This volume reveals to readers the impact of recent events on diplomacy a year or so into the post-Cold War world, describing disintegration in the East, integration in the West, new relations with old allies, changes in the Third World, and multilateral diplomacy.
Table of Contents
Editors’ Note -- Essays -- American Diplomacy and Soviet Disintegration -- Nuclear Arms Control After the Moscow Coup -- The European Community and the Yugoslav Crisis -- A North American Community: “From the Yukon to the Yucatan” -- The Maastricht Negotiations -- The Improvised Diplomacy of German Unification -- US-Japan Trade: The Never-Ending Negotiations -- The Philippine Base Negotiations -- Developments in North-South Korean Negotiations -- America and the Cambodian Peace Agreement -- The United States, El Salvador, and the Central American Peace Process -- Choosing the World’s Top Diplomat -- Departments -- Looking Ahead: Diplomatic Challenges of 1993 -- Diplomatic Chronology
"Hans Binnendijk is the director of the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy and the Marshall B. Coyne Research Professor of Diplomacy at Georgetown University, Washington, DC. Mary Locke is an author and editor. She was previously the managing editor of the European Community magazine and has also served on the staff of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee."