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Preserving the Global Environment (1990)
The Challenge of Shared Leadership
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    Some Like It Hot (7 Reviews)
    Preserving the Global Environment, by Jessica Tuchman Mathews
    1. Preserving the Global Environment by Jessica Tuchman Mathews
    2. It's a Matter of Survival by Anita Gordon and David Suzuki
    3. Ecology, Economics, Ethics by F. Herbert Bormann and Stephen R. Kellert
    4. Ancient Futures by Helena Norberg-Hodge
    5. Eco-Warriors by Rik Scarce
    6. Green Rage by Christopher Manes
    7. Ozone Diplomacy by Richard Elliot Benedick
    The New York Review of Books, March 26, 1992, pp. 31-39
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    General: Economic and Social
    1. Preserving the Global Environment by Jessica Tuchman Mathews
    2. Beyond Brundtland by Thijs de la Court
    3. The Prize by Daniel Yergin
    4. Global Power Structure by Mihaly Simai
    5. Eastern Europe in the World Economy by Laszlo Csaba
    6. La Politique Americaine de Commerce Avec L'Est, 1969-1989 by Marie-Helene Labbe
    7. European Competition Policy by Peter Montagnon
    8. East West Trade and the Atlantic Alliance by David A. Baldwin and Helen V. Milner
    9. An American Trade Strategy by Robert Z. Lawrence and Charles L. Schultze
    10. Governing the Market by Robert Wade
    11. International Economic Pluralism by Peter Drysdale
    12. International Policy Coordination and Exchange Rate Fluctuations by William H. Branson, Jacob A. Frenkel, and Morris Goldstein, ...
    13. John F. Kennedy Und "Foreign Aid" by Yvonne Baumann
    14. Socialism by Michael Harrington
    15. Managing World Economic Change by Robert A. Isaak
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1991, pp. 179-181