Morgenthau Lectures (1981–2006): Power and Morality in Global Transformation

Dec 12, 1981

Famed Indonesian intellectual Soedjatmoko says that the time has come for man to "develop the international legal infrastructure that will enable us to manage our globe peacefully, equitably, and effectively at a time when in many countries internal contradictions are eroding the moral consensus on which respect for law is based."

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