World Policy Journal Spring 05 – World Policy Institute

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Volume XXII, No 1, Spring 2005

A publication of the World Policy Institute
at New School University

     
World Policy Journal

Ceasefire, Sudan Style: A Photographic Essay on Darfur

  Brian Steidle
       
  Bush v. Annan: Taming the United Nations
  Martin Walker
       
  Security Council Reform: China Signals Its Veto
  J. Mohan Malik
     
  The Unipolar Concert: The North-South Divide Trumps Transatlantic Differences
  Mohammed Ayoob and Matthew Zeirler
     
  The American Empire? Not So Fast
  Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
     
  The Follies of Democratic Imperialism
  Omar G. Encarnación
     
  Two Simplified Pictures of Putin’s Russia, Both Wrong
  Vladimir Shlapentokh
     
    REPORTAGE
  Ukraine: Standed between Two Worlds?
  Michael Meyer
     
  RECONSIDERATIONS
  The Unsung Heroes of the Irish Peace Process
 
Ted Smyth
     
  REFLECTIONS
  Monhandas Gandhi, Abdul Ghaffar Khan, and the Middle East Today
 
Rajmohan Gandhi
   
    BOOKS
  For Democracy, Warts and All
 
Karl E. Meyer
   
    CORRESPONDENCE
  Franco-American Discord
 
       
    CODA  
  The Black Book of Religion
  Karl E. Meyer  
       

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