Global Community: Global Security
Global security cannot be achieved until people view the world as a global community. Until such time, differences will continue to be perceived as threatening. These perceived “threats” are the primary threat to global security. This volume proposes methods for minimizing the “us versus them” mentality so that we can build a sense of global community.
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Part One UNIVERSAL JUSTICE AND GLOBAL SECURITY
Part Two SELF VERSUS OTHER US VERSUS THEM
Part Three MOVING TOWARD AN INCLUSIVE WORLD VIEW
Part Four DIVERSE STRATEGIES FOR EXPANDING PERSPECTIVES ON GLOBAL COMMUNITY
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