Foreign Policy Association Centennial Series
NEW BOOKS from the Foreign Policy Association Centennial Series
Edited by Noel V. Lateef, President and Chief Executive Officer, Foreign Policy Association
Leading policymakers and policy analysts explore routes to world peace: possibilities, probabilities, perils of failure, signs of success. Their essays span more than seven decades, giving a rare look at what has—and has not—changed.
Written by some of the Foreign Policy Association’s most distinguished program partners, this collection maps practical steps in national and international contexts that can move all
of us closer to global peace.
From President Franklin Roosevelt, speaking to aspirants of freedom and peace in 1944, to Joseph Nye, discussing U.S. roles in 21st-century peacemaking, to impassioned commentaries on peacemaking by former U.N. Secretaries-General Dag Hammarskjold, Kofi Annan and Ban Ki-moon: In Pursuit of Peace uncovers patterns of obstacles and openings for progress in global peacemaking. (More
The Future of Higher Education in the Age of Globalization
Presidents of prominent U.S. universities offer their plans to better prepare students for living and working in a globalized world. These educators assess their contributions to ensuring better-educated approaches to new world challenges and to trengthening the next generation’s international understanding.
Janet Napolitano, president of the University of California, exhorts faculty to “teach for California, research for the world.” Lee Bollinger, president of Columbia University, details “Columbia’s approach to internationalization.” Richard Levin, president of Yale University, scrutinizes connections between “the American university and the global agenda” and the potential of such links.
The 21 contributors to this collection bring a stunning array of expertise and vision to questions of how U.S. higher education can meet demands of globalization. (More