- Insiders and Outsiders in International Development Ethics [Abstract]
| David A. Crocker | 12/02/1991
Crocker concludes that international and regional progress are closely interrelated. Universalists and ethnocentrists must converge to "think and act globally, regionally, nationally, and locally."
- The Decline of International Studies [Abstract]
| Kenneth W. Thompson | 12/02/1991
With the world looking to the U.S. for strategic leadership in ethics and power, Americans cannot afford to deny American youth a strong foundation and education in international studies.
- Communitarianism, the Vatican, and the New Global Order [Abstract]
| Robert L. Phillips | 12/02/1991
Phillips traces the history of communitarianism through Aristotelian and Judeo-Christian writings, clarifying the proper function of the community in helping individuals help themselves by mobilizing church resources and countering anti-religious movements such as Nazism and communism.
- The Crisis of Communism and the Future of Freedom [Abstract]
| James H. Billington | 12/02/1991
Russia's struggle to find its new identity in the aftermath of Communism's collapse is analogous to America's historical experience of drawing on religious and cultural roots in moving toward democracy.
- Science, Technology and Death in the Nuclear Age: Hans J. Morgenthau on Nuclear Ethics [Abstract]
| Greg Russell | 12/02/1991
Russell probes Morgenthau's realist ethics and the underpinnings of the nuclear threat in a technologically evolving modern world with increasingly obsolescent national boundaries.
- USAID's Democratic Pluralism Initiative: Pragmatism or Altruism? [Abstract]
| Jerrold D. Green | 12/02/1991
Green evaluates the efficacy of USAID against the ethical and practical issues likely to influence its future success.
- The New Containment Myth: Realism and the Anomaly of European Integration [Abstract]
| Charles W. Kegley, Jr. | 12/02/1991
Kegley argues for a focus on promoting the success of Russia while using the relative success of European integration as grounds to work within a transnational collaboration framework based on Kennan's initial recommendations.
- Markets, Poverty Alleviation, and Income Distribution: An Assessment of Neoliberal Claims [Abstract]
| Stephan Haggard | 12/02/1991
The author advocates that governments ensure the involvement of the poor not only in the market reforms but most importantly in the policy-making process. The poor will demonstrate a higher level of success in the emerging economies than many expect.
- Do International Ethics Matter? Humanitarian Politics in the Sudan [Abstract]
| Thomas G. Weiss, Larry Minear | 12/02/1991
The authors argue that, while all historical situations are in some sense unique, Sudan is not so idiosyncratic that the lessons and the precedents cannot be replicated elsewhere to protect civilians caught between warring sides in civil wars.