International community: a goal for a new world order
George McGhee is a former ambassador to Turkey and the Federal Republic of Germany. At the end of a long and productive career he assesses the prospects for a New World Order with special attention to the most urgent problems facing the world. Co-published with the Miller Center of Public Affairs.
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REVISING WORLD THREAT
THE NEW U S WORLD ROLE
RECENT COMMENTS ON A NEW WORLD
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