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21st century strategies of the trilateral countries : in concert or conflict? : a report to the Trilateral Commission /
Robert B. Zoellick, Peter D. Sutherland, Hisashi Owada.
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New York : Trilateral Commission, 1999.
description
viii, 66 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0930503783 (vol. 53)
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New York : Trilateral Commission, 1999.
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0930503783 (vol. 53)
general note
"September 1999."
catalogue key
3953868
 
Includes bibliographical references.
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Table of Contents
The United Statesp. 1
The United States ... and the Worldp. 1
The U.S. Search for International Law ... and Orderp. 2
The Creation of an International Political Communityp. 4
U.S. Strategic Goals Todayp. 7
Will the U.S. Public Support the Strategy?p. 9
The United States Security Agendap. 10
The United States Economic Agendap. 16
The Ongoing Search for International Law ... and Order ... and Political Communityp. 22
The European Unionp. 26
A More Integrated Europe Is Required for a Leadership Role in Addressing International Challengesp. 26
A Credible Economic Playerp. 29
An Effective Foreign and Security Policyp. 35
Europe's External Role Dependent on Successful Internal Reformp. 40
Trilateralism Revisited: The Need for Shared Responsibility and Its Importance for Japanp. 43
The Shape of the World in the Post-Cold War Erap. 43
The Present State of Trilateralismp. 45
Japan at the Turn of the Centuryp. 48
Trilateralism in a New Setting: Pax Consortis in an Age of Interdependencep. 52
Policy Suggestions for the Futurep. 54
21st Century Strategies of the Trilateral Countries: In Concert or Conflict?p. 60
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