By Charles Hauss
This ebook offers war of words because the key subject matter of the post-cold struggle international. It argues that the realm may be replaced dramatically for the higher if humans and governments have been to undertake a brand new state of mind and working with clash that takes us past disagreement. The examples of struggle, foreign economics, environmental decay, and racial clash express that during brand new interdependent global, the issues we are facing are interdependent too. The imperative guiding principle is that it really is mostly extra pragmatic to behave cooperatively. most vital, the booklet exhibits that cooperative challenge fixing isn't mere pie within the sky idealism.
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Put as simply as possible, carbon dioxide (CO2) and other molecules rise, but do not escape the earth’s atmosphere. Eventually, they come to act like a greenhouse, letting the sun’s rays in, but blocking the heat reflected off the earth from going back off into space. Until the industrial revolution, natural mechanisms regulated the amount of CO2 and other potentially toxic compounds which would continue sustaining plant and animal life indefinitely. Since then, the burning of fossil fuels and other human actions have put more and more of them into the atmosphere.
They think just about food. That’s the way he [Saddam Hussein] wants it, so people can’t do anything. People are not thinking about tomorrow. They can do nothing. There is no one to lead them. No one can get him out. No one. ” * * * I could go on to explore other examples, but there is no need, because the point would be the same. The costs of war have risen dramatically, while the benefits that even the victor receives have shrunk. THE COST OF PREVENTING WAR The people who are killed and wounded or the buildings and roads which are destroyed in the fighting are not the only casualties of war.
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Beyond Confrontation: Transforming the New World Order by Charles Hauss