Flashpoints: Promise and Peril in a New World

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Random House, Dec 22, 1992 - Political Science - 260 pages
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From two of America's most accomplished journalists comes a bold, provocative vision of a new world of violent upheavals and great opportunity. Drawing on their reporting experience from more than 70 countries and 14 wars, Wright and McManus investigate the radical changes engulfing the globe--and what they mean for the future.

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The predictable world of the 1980s has fallen to the wave of change and uncertainty of the 1990s, and all this roiling and boiling in the international arena has generated a spate of books on the ... Read full review

Contents

The Dawn of a New Era
3
Diversity and Order
215
Notes
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