This book presents papers on different perspectives in tackling the economic, racial and other injustices which generate conflict. The papers infer that the nuclear threat provides the most urgent manifestation of the inadequacy of war as a means of resolving differences between nations.
Table of Contents
1. The Last Child-Seventh Generation Ethic National Perspectives 2. Comprehensive Security 3. The Public Pursuit of Peace: What Can a Small Country Do? 4. Should Deterrence Fail: Consequences of Nuclear War for Non-Combatant Countries 5. China's Role in the Search for Peace in Asia 6. New Thinking and International Changes Analytical Approaches 7. Past and Future Wars 8. Paths to Peace? Theories of Conflict Resolution and Realities of International Politics 9. Controlling International Crises in the 1980s 10. In Pursuit of Disarmament 11. Mediation as a Technique of Dispute Settlement: Appraisal and Prospects 12. International Peacekeeping Broader Issues 13. The Moral Paradigms of the Superpowers: A Third World Perspective 14. Role of the Church in Conflict Resolution 15. Search for Peace under Conditions of a "Technological Fix" 16. Justice, Peace and the Preservation of Nature