In State of the World 2005, Worldwatch researchers explore underlying sources of global insecurity including poverty, infectious disease, environmental degradation, and rising competition over oil and other resources. Find out why terrorism is just symptomatic of a far broader set of complex problems that require more than a military response.195a211; on the role of democratization, see Fareed Zakaria, The Future of Freedom (New York: W.W. Norton aamp; Company, 2003), and ... The 1967 protocol incorporates the measures included in the 1951 convention, but imposes no time or geographical limits. ... and Anastasion, op. cit. note 6, p. 12. 59. Paul Collier and Anke Hoeffler, Greed and Grievance in Civil War (Washington, DC: World Bank, 2001); ... Historical perspective from Charles C. Mann, 193 State of theWorld 2005.
|Title||:||State of the World 2005|
|Author||:||The Worldwatch Institute|
|Publisher||:||Island Press - 2015-03-19|