Security in the twenty-first century
in Peacemaking in the twenty-first century
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This chapter focuses on two outstanding issues, each central to an understanding of security; America’s relations with the Islamic world, and weapons of mass destruction. It argues for the West to understand the dynamics of the Islamic world. It addresses the need to address the proliferation of nuclear weapons and to reinvigorate alliances.


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