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Sustainable Development: Implications for World Peace

Sustainable Development: Implications for World Peace

Edited by Antonio Rocha Magalhaes and Sean McKaughan

As the issue of sustainable development moves to the forefront of international policy deliberations, the link between sustainable development and world peace is becoming increasingly clear. In this new book, a distinguished group of academic and government experts explore this link by isolating the factors that promote conflict—particularly those such as poverty and environmental degradation that are directly related to lack of development—posing new development strategies aimed at ensuring stability, security, and peace. The book provides an insightful discussion of both the historical background and the current status of sustainable development efforts worldwide, offering scholars and policymakers a new perspective on a topic of growing social, economic, and political importance.

Tom Slick World Peace Series
1997 / 6" x 9" / 248 pp.
ISBN-10: 0-89940-007-8


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