Conflicting Powers' Politics"
Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira, Economics, Getulio Vargas
Richard W. Bulliet, History, Columbia University
"Some Thoughts Subsequent
to September 11th"
Bruce Cumings, History, University of Chicago
September 11th: Chances for a Left Foreign Policy"
Dick Howard, Philosophy, SUNY at Stonybrook
Executioner: Scales of Terror"
Neil Smith, Anthropology and Geography, City University
of New York
End of the Unipolar Moment: September 11 and the Future of
Steve Smith, Political Science, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
with the Hegemon: European Dilemmas"
William Wallace, International Relations, London School
Attack on Humanity: Conflict and Management"
William Zartman, International Relations, Johns Hopkins
"U.S. Foreign Economic Policy After September 11th"
Globalization of Informal Violence, Theories of World
Politics, and 'the Liberalism of Fear'"
Robert O. Keohane
"On War and Peace-Building: Unfinished Legacy of the
by Luiz Bresser-Pereira, Richard Bulliet, Bruce Cumings, Dick
Howard, Neil Smith, Steve Smith, William Wallace, and William
"Anyone who would confidently
chart the future today would be a fool, but the first thought that
struck me when thousands of casualties resulted from an attack on
the American mainland, for the first time since the civil war, was
that over the long pull the American people may exercise their
longstanding tendency to withdraw from a world deemed recalcitrant
to their ministering, and present Washington with a much different
and eminently more difficult dilemma ...: how to rally the
citizens for a long twilight struggle to maintain an
ill-understood American hegemony in a changed world."
--Bruce Cumings, "Some
Thoughts Subsequent to September 11th"
"Perverse effects of
globalization, poverty, weakness in international politics, and
defeat at the hands of the infidels are perhaps sad aspects of an
imperfect world, but they are unlikely to be removed this side of
Heaven, and their removal is certainly not a precondition for the
elimination of al-Qaeda-type reactions."
-- William Zartman,
"The Attack on Humanity: Conflict and Management"