Plan for Designing the Future
Department of Political Science, University of Hawaii, 1972 - International relations - 70 pages
The World Order Models Project of the World Law Fund has nearly concluded the first phase of its efforts to formulate improved designs for the world of the 1990s. Eight teams of eminent scholars from all parts of the globe have worked on the project, and a great deal still remains to be done. Critical analysis of the procedures followed in that project suggests a plan for guiding new efforts. Many individuals and groups, in the universities and elsewhere, could now begin participating in this design work. They may adapt the general plan to their own circumstances and to their own interests, and engage themselves in designing some particular aspect of the world order of the future.
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