Millennium Approaches: Previewing the Twenty-first Century [Abstract]

Ethics & International Affairs, Volume 8 (1994)

Large-scale transformations, such as the collapse of the Soviet empire, German reunification, Israeli-Palestinian rapprochement, and the end of apartheid in South Africa brought forth changes in the realm of moral choice in world politics. Miller places in context three important new books that purport to show the shape of world politics in the coming decade(s). She highlights what they do and do not tell us about the realm of moral choice at the end of the century.

 

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