Morgenthau Lectures (1981–2006): Directions in U.S. Foreign Policy: Interests and Ideals

May 12, 1998

On the one hand, more people (in Africa, Asia, and elsewhere) are living in democracies, thanks in large part to globalization. On the other, there has been an erosion of national sovereignty, with governments ceding power to international forces.

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