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The Changing Global Order
Edited by Nathan Gardels
  AT CENTURY'S END
  Table of Contents
  Foreword
  Preface

  THE CHANGING GLOBAL ORDER
  Table of Contents
  Foreword
  Preface


Table of Contents

  Foreword
ix
  Preface xi
     
Part I The Parted Paths of Postcolonialism 1
     
1 One World, Two Civilizations
Ryszard Kapuscinski
3
2 State, Father, and God in the South
Mahmoud Hussein
9
3 God Is Not a Head of State
Jean Daniel
17
4 Islam's Second Awakening
Hassan al Turabi
24
5 When Allah Meets Galileo
Farida Fauouzia Charfi
33
6 God and the Political Planet
Regis Debray
40
7 Islam: Postman of Civilization
Haris Silajdzic
44
8 Recolonize Africa?
Ali Mazrui
47
9 Does Africa Matter?
Yoweri Museveni
51
10 Leaving History Behind in Latin America
Alejandro Foxley
57
11 Torture Without Inflation
Mario Vargas Llosa
61
12 From Mosque to Multimedia: Hollywood, Islam and the Digital Age in Asia
Mahathir Mohamad
67
13 China Can Say No to America
Zhang Xiaobo and Song Qiang
75
14 America Is No Longer Asia's Model
Lee Kuan Yew
78
     
Part II Defrosting the Old Order 87
     
15 What Did We End the Cold War For?
Margaret Thatcher, Mikhail Gorbachev, Francois Mitterrand, and George Bush
89
16 The Great Criminal Revolution
Anatoly Lukyanov
112
17 Russia's Pink Clouds of Utopia
Yevgeny Yevtushenko
119
18 MTV and NATO Under Postcommunism
Aleksandr Kwasniewski
123
19 Victorious West, Humiliated Russia
Alexander Lebed
127
20 (Very Recent) History Has Absolved Socialism
Fidel Castro
133
21 Why UN Peacekeeping Failed in Bosnia
Kofi Annan
138
     
Part III Population, Migrants, and Megacities 143
     
22 Full House: the Shadow of Global Scarcity
Lester R. Brown
145
23 Consumer Society is the Enemy
Jacques Cousteau
149
24 Overpopulation Tilts the Planet
Paul Kennedy
157
25 Women as the Earth's Last Hope
Nafiz Sadik
160
26 Poor Girls
Benazir Bhutto
164
27 Global Inequality: 358 Billionaires versus 2.3 Billion People
James Gustave Speth
166
28 The Past is Too Small to Inhabit
Rem Koolhaas
169
29 Asia's Urban Century
George Yeo
177
30 Immigrants as Postmodern Prophets
Richard Rodriguez
188
     
Part IV Globalization and Empires of the Mind 191
     
31 The Culture of Prosperity
Francis Fukuyama
193
32 Bypassing the State in Asia
Chai-Anan Samudavanija
205
33 China's 600,000 Avon Ladies
Kentichi Ohmae
212
34 Planetized Entertainment
Michael Eisner
224
35 Resisting the Colonels of Disney
Costa-Gavras
229
36 A Democratic Media Market
Bill Gates
238
37 Singapore: Post-Liberal City of the Future
Nathan Gardels
244
     
Part V Terror, Democracy, and Peace after the Cold War 251
     
38 Old Fanaticism, Modern Weapons
Shimon Peres
253
39 Third Wave Terrorism Rides the Tokyo Subway
Alvin Toffler
258
40 Trading in the Apocalypse
Jacques Attali
263
41 Deng's Legacy: A China Consumed by Chaos
Fang Lizhi
268
42 Democracy is Asian As Well
Aung San Suu Kyi
272
43 A Pluralist Path in the Arab World
King Hussein
275
44 Why Separate States?
Benjamin Netanyahu
280
  Index 286