World Order for a New Millennium: Political, Cultural, and Spiritual Approaches to Building Peace

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St. Martin's Press, 1999 - Political Science - 266 pages
World Order for a New Millennium examines one of the major questions of our age: how humanity should organize itself on the highest levels of governance--the global level. A just world order must have a deep foundation, including the development of a global culture of peace and spirituality. With an integrated approach to world order, the deeper peace that humanity needs and longs for could be possible. This book provides an overview of the various types of world order, based on the three strategies of coercion, exchange, and integration.

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About the author (1999)

A. Walter Dorn is a Visiting Fellow at Cornell University in the Peace Studies Program and on faculty at the Pearson Peacekeeping Center in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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