Reducing the Risk of Conflict, Killing, and Catastrophe in the 21st CenturyBook - 2001
President Kennedy's former Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara and coauthor Blight (international studies, Brown U.) offer suggestions as to how the United States could and should change its foreign policy and defense policy to incorporate the core objectives of post-WWI Wilsonian ideals. They suggest that the United States make the end of war a major goal of foreign policy and argue that while the U.S. will have to provide leadership, it must not apply its economic, political, or military policy unilaterally. In order to successfully maintain a peaceful world, they believe that a complete rapprochement with China and Russia is necessary in order to prevent the real dangers of Great Power conflict. In addition they offer suggestions towards strengthening the U.N. in a move towards true multilateralism in the reduction of communal violence and the threat from nuclear weapons. c. Book News Inc.
Publisher: New York : Public Affairs, c2001
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: 327.17 M169
Characteristics: xvi, 270 p. ; 25 cm