Re-ordering the World

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Mark Leonard
Foreign Policy Centre, 2002 - Globalization - 129 pages
These essays by leading thinkers and statesmen from across the globe discuss the inevitable tension between the use of military power in the search for security and the establishment of a rule-based world order; between the short-term realpolitik of building coalitions against terror and the values on which the long-term legitmacy of this agenda will depend. They examine how we need to rethink our strategies to reflect the changes in power, security, identify and governance in the world existing after September 11, 2000.

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