This broad-ranging report addresses differing national, regional, and cultural views on today's most pressing security issues. The authors discuss questions of national vs. human security policy, military intervention, unilateralism, legality, legitimacy, and efficiency in evaluating potential responses to such global threats as terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, and massive human rights violations.
About the Author
Anne-Marie Slaughter is dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. Carl Bildt is chairman of the Nordic Venture Network. He is the former prime minister of Sweden, the former European Union high representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and former UN special envoy to the Balkans. Kazuo Ogura is president of the Japan Foundation, former minister of foreign affairs, and former ambassador of Japan to Vietnam, South Korea, and France.