Flashpoints: promise and peril in a new world
Two of today's leading authorities on international affairs project the political, economic and technological landscape of the 1990s and the early decades of the 21st century. They envisage a post-modern era in which not two super nations but four or five will hold sway; in which regional blocs will take the place of nations as the basic unit of diplomacy and trade.
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