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Thinking About World Change
Michael T. Clark (ed). A report by the U.S. Dept. of State, Foreign Service Institute, Center for the Study of Foreign Affairs. It offers an interpretive framework for analyzing how change works for different societies. Part I applies the methodology of change to the American experience, concluding with a look at the pressures pushing the U.S. toward another time of reinterpretation. Part II sketches a roadmap to global change by breaking the image of a single world into a mosaic of separate culture areas. The final section addresses America’s role as policymaker & discusses the challenges in responding to world change while reinterpreting national values & a world role.
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