(Entries follow this format: 3:14, namely, No. 3, p. 14.)

ARTICLES

Anderson, Gordon L., “Identity and Character Development: Individual in Community,” 4:41.
Beyer, Peter, “Identity and Character as Elective Strategies in Global Society,” 4:13.
Bowen, Norman, “The Future of United Nations Peacekeeping,” 2:3.
Gray, Kenneth R. and Jesse Lutabingwa, “NGOs in Sub-Saharan Africa: Developing Critical Capacity for Policy Advocacy,” 3:35.
Grosby, Steven, “The Future of Nationality: A Few Mostly Theoretical Considerations,” 4:81.
Kando, Thomas M., “The Family in Global Transition: A Review Essay,” 1:51.
Kittrie, Nicholas N., “The Crisis of Identity at the Dawn of the Third Millennium,” 4:3.
Lecuona, Rafael A., “International Law, Cuba, and the United States of America,” 1:37.
Lopez-Garay, Hernán, “On the Possibility of World Peace,” 1:17.
Lutabingwa, Jesse and Kenneth R. Gray, “NGOs in Sub-Saharan Africa: Developing Critical Capacity for Policy Advocacy,” 3:35.
McCluskie, Sean and Jack E. Vincent, “Promoting Political Liberties Through Quality of Life,” 2:77.
Meyer, Howard N., “The World Court, Minorities Treaties, and Human Rights,” 3:71.
Rothman, Stanley, “The Media, Identity and Personality,” 4:49.
Sanchez, Peter M. and Sheryl L. Shirley, “Global Pluralism: American Defense Policy for the Twenty-First Century,” 3:3.
Shirley, Sheryl L. and Peter M. Sanchez, “Global Pluralism: American Defense Policy for the Twenty-First Century,” 3:3. Past History?” 2:31.
Snyder, Robert S., “Reforming the Security Council for the Post-Cold War World,” 1:3.
Vincent, Jack E. and Sean McCluskie,“Promoting Political Liberties Through Quality of Life,” 277.

COMMENTARY

Kaplan, Morton A., “Comment on Global Pluralism,” 3:29.
Skinner, Elliott P., “Comment on NGOs in Sub-Saharan Africa,” 3:58.

MISCELLANY

Atkins, Glen Alan, “Worlds Unseen,” 2:113.
Brunamonti, Luigi, “Multinational Corporations and Civil Society,” 2:109.
Cohen, Elliott, “A Dissenting View on Political Punishment,” 2:107.

BOOKS REVIEWED

Al-Naulmi, Najeeb and Richard Meese, eds., International Legal Issues Arising Under the United Nations Decade of International Law, 1:88.
Fukuyama, Francis, Trust: The Social Virtues and the Creation of Prosperity, 1:84.
Hamelink, Cees J., The Politics of World Communication: A Human Rights Perspective, 1:79.
Hays, Michael and Amy Morgante, eds., A People’s Response to Our Global Neighborhood, 3:87.
Kallab, Valerina, ed., Unfinished Peace, Report of the International Commission on the Balkans, 2:118.
Panikkar, Raimon, Cultural Disarmament: The Way to Peace, 1:81.
Rosati, Jerel A., Joe D. Hagan and Martin W. Sampson III, Foreign Policy Restructuring: How Government Respond to Global Change, 3:91.
Sontag, Frederick, The Descent of Women, 3:89.
Ullman, Richard, ed., The World and Yugoslavia’s Wars, 2:115.
Vogt, W. Paul, Tolerance and Education: Learning to Live with Diversity and Difference, 2:20.

REVIEWERS

Garrett, William R., 1:79.
Gray, Kenneth R., 1:84.
Lança, Patricia, 3:89.
Laska, Vera, 2:115, 2:118.
Menon, P.K., 1:88, 3:91.
Thomas, T. Mathai, 2:120.
Wadlow, René V.L., 1:81, 3:87.


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