- Moral Theory and Policy Science: A New Look at the Gap Between Foreign and Domestic Affairs [Abstract]
| Irving Louis Horowitz | 12/02/1992
This article examines the present bifurcation of policy-making into domestic and foreign components, and urges a theoretical effort aimed at unifying national policy by integrating its various components.
- Sovereignty Is No Longer Sacrosanct: Codifying Humanitarian Intervention [Abstract]
| Jarat Chopra, Thomas G. Weiss | 12/02/1992
Chopra and Weiss address perhaps the fundamental issue in international relations today: the sacrosanct sets of sovereignty. The word "sovereignty" explains why the international community has difficulty countering human rights violations.
- Christ and Caesar: Status and the Ethical Dilemma of Statecraft [Abstract]
| John Farrenkopf | 12/02/1992
Farrenkopf argues that Western triumphalism, precipitated by the crisis of Communism, is symptomatic of the failure in the U.S. to reflect upon the prospects for ameliorating the tragic nature of international political developments in the twentieth century.
- Remaking the Middle East: The Prospects for Democracy and Stability [Abstract]
| Lisa Anderson | 12/02/1992
Anderson explores the ramifications for the Middle East of the profound transformations in global politics at the end of the Cold War and the birth of a new, American-dominated world order.
- Power and Suspicion: The Perspectives of Reinhold Niebuhr [Abstract]
| John Patrick Diggins | 12/02/1992
Diggins brings Reinhold Niebuhr into the post-structuralist dialogue, and demonstates that his writings are the more constructive about the human predicament. "[I]n Niebuhr power and morality meet in one, with a suspicious glance at the disavowal of power and the pretensions of morality."