Leadership and Global Governance: The International Leadership Series

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Universal-Publishers, 2003 - 360 pages
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A number of distinguished international figures discuss the leadership challenges facing the international community with reference to globalisation, the United Nations, peaceful resolution of disputes, public policy in the United States and elsewhere. They address these issues from their own cultural perspectives ranging from South Africa, the United States, to Japan the Middle East and Latin America, within the context of leadership challenges that they personally experienced. Contributors: Oscar Arias, Hassan Bin Talal, George Bush, Jimmy Carter, Harlan Cleveland, Alvaro De Soto, Jan Egeland, Paul Findley, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Mikhail Gorbachev, Harriet Mayor-Fulbright, Yukio Matsuyama, Shimon Peres, Adel Safty, Cornelio Sommaruga, and Desmond Tutu.
 

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Contents

Humanist Global Leadership
24
Leadership and the Information Revolution
43
On Leadership
110
Leadership and Culture
116
Leadership Development
128
Leadership and Power in a Democracy
133
The Case of Japan
146
Leadership and Conflict Prevention
156
Leadership and Humanitarian Challenges
186
Globalisation Development and Leadership
198
American Leadership and the Prevention of Deadly Conflict
209
The United Nations and Peaceful Resolution of Disputes
232
On NonViolent Leadership
249
Searching For Peace
289
A New Age for Peace and Security in the Middle East
311
Peace Facilitation in the Middle East Central America and the Balkans
322

To Govern is to Educate
165
Challenges for Emerging Leaders from the South
176
Global Leadership for Peace Development and Democratization
337
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