University Press of America
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978-0-7618-3981-1 • Paperback • January 2008 • $53.99 • (£42.00)
978-1-4616-8907-2 • eBook • January 2008 • $51.00 • (£39.00)
Claude V. Chang, a former United Nations Development Program (UNDP) consultant, is an International Development Economics and Privatization Consultant and teaches World Politics at Johnson and Wales University. Dr. Chang was Secretary to the Treasury of Guyana and member of the Board of the Guyana Central Bank. He served as a Member of the Governing Council of the University of Guyana. He is published on privatization, competition and regulations.
Part 1 Preface
Part 2 Territoriality and the Westernization Imperative
Chapter 3 Territoriality and the Westernization Imperative: Overview
Part 4 Fundamental Laws, Precepts, and Concepts
Chapter 5 Fundamental Laws and Precepts
Chapter 6 Condign Power and Countervailing Response: Then and Now
Chapter 7 Compensatory and Conditioned Powers: Then and Now
Part 8 China Emerging
Chapter 9 The Dragon Awakes
Part 10 America's Territorial Imperative
Chapter 11 The American Experience: "It's the Economy Stupid"
Chapter 12 Is an Emerging China America's Dilemma?
Chapter 13 The Bush Foreign Policy: From Preemption to Transformation?
Part 14 Israel's Territorial Imperative
Chapter 15 Israel: A Dream on Hold?
Part 16 The Peace Imperative
Chapter 17 Universalizing Peace through Acceptance of "Other"
Part 18 Bibliography
Part 19 Index