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Annual Editions: Global Issues, 98/99 Ed.

Annual Editions are paperback compilations of articles relevant to specific courses. Entries are carefully selected, and each Annual Edition includes organizational features to enhance its usefulness in the classroom. These inexpensive, one-color publications are very popular with students. Articles appropriate to each Text chapter are listed.

Text Chapter

Article

Author

Source

Date

3 Spatial Interaction and Spatial Behavior

3. Redefining Security: The New Global Schisms

Michael T. Klare

Current History

November 1996

6. Refugees: The Rising Tide

Rony Brauman

The UNESCO Courier

October 1996

20. How to Divvy Up Caspian Bonanza

Thomas Orszag-Land

The Christian Science Monitor

October 15, 1996

22. The Complexities and Contradictions of Globalization

James N. Rosenau

Current History

November 1997

23. Spreading the Wealth: How ëGlobalizationí is Helping Shift Cash from Rich Nations to Poor Ones

Keith B. Richburg

Washington Post National Weekly Edition

March 17, 1997

26. High Noon in Europe

Edmund L. Andrews

New York Times

July 13, 1997

32. Village Banking: A Report from 5 Countries

Rupert Scofield

The UNESCO Courier

January 1997

39. Russian Foreign Policy in the Near Abroad and Beyond

Karen Dawisha

Current History

October 1996

4 Population: World Patterns, Regional Trends

1. Preparing for the 21st Century: Winners and Losers

Paul Kennedy

The New York Review of Books

February 11, 1993

4. Can Humanity Survive Unrestricted Population Growth?

Timothy C. Weiskel

USA Today Magazine (Society for the Advancement of Education)

January 1995

5. Worldwide Development or Population Explosion: Our Choice

Gerard Piel

Challenge

July/Aug. 1995

7. Water-Borne Killers

Anne Platt

World Watch

March/April 1996

8. How Many People Can the Earth Support?

Joel E. Cohen

The Sciences

Nov./Dec. 1995

14. We Can Build a Sustainable Economy

Lester R. Brown

The Futurist

July/Aug. 1996

15. Global Population and the Nitrogen Cycle

Vaclav Smil

Scientific American

July 1997

5 Language and Religion: Mosaics of Culture

2. The Many Faces of the Future

Samuel P. Huntington

Utne Reader

May/June 1997

3. Redefining Security: The New Global Schisms

Michael T. Klare

Current History

November 1996

37. Towards the Global Millennium: The Challenge of Islam

Akbar S. Ahmed

The World Today

Aug./Sept. 1996

6 Ethnic Geography: Threads of Diversity

2. The Many Faces of the Future

Samuel P. Huntington

Utne Reader

May/June 1997

3. Redefining Security: The New Global Schisms

Michael T. Klare

Current History

November 1996

6. Refugees: The Rising Tide

Rony Brauman

The UNESCO Courier

October 1996

13. Greenwatch: Red Alert for the Earthís Green Belt

France Bequette

The UNESCO Courier

November 1994

34. The Burden of Womanhood

J.W. Anderson and M Moore

Washington Post National Weekly Edition

March 22-28, 1993

35. The New Arms Race: Light Weapons and International Security

Michael T. Klare

Current History

April 1997

44. Like No Other Parliament on Earth

Alan Osborn

Europe

May 1996

7 Folk and Popular Culture: Diversity and Uniformity

2. The Many Faces of the Future

Samuel P. Huntington

Utne Reader

May/June 1997

13. Greenwatch: Red Alert for the Earthís Green Belt

France Bequette

The UNESCO Courier

November 1994

22. The Complexities and Contradictions of Globalization

James N. Rosenau

Current History

November 1997

23. Spreading the Wealth: How Globalization is Helping Shift Cash from Rich Nations to Poor Ones

Keith B. Richburg

Washington Post National Weekly Edition

March 17, 1997

32. Village Banking: A Report from 5 Countries

Rupert Scofield

The UNESCO Courier

January 1997

33. Child Labour: Rights, Risks, and Realities

Carol Bellamy

The Rotarian

September 1997

37. Towards the Global Millennium: The Challenge of Islam

Akbar S. Ahmed

The World Today

Aug./Sept. 1996

47. Universal Human Values: Finding an Ethical Common Ground

Rushworth M. Kidder

The Futurist

July/Aug. 1994

8 Livelihood and Economy: Primary Activities

10. A Global Warning

Ross Gelbspan

The American Prospect

March/April 1997

12. Mining the Oceans

Bjørn Sletto

The Rotarian

December 1996

14. We Can Build a Sustainable Economy

Lester R. Brown

The Futurist

July/Aug. 1996

16. How Much Food Will We Need in the 21st Century?

William H. Bender

Environment

March 1997

18. Angling for Aquaculture

Gary Turbak

The Rotarian

December 1997

19. The Future of Energy

Robert W. Fisher

The Futurist

Sept./Oct. 1997

9 Livelihood and Economy: From Blue Collar to Gold Collar

5. Worldwide Development or Population Explosion: Our Choice

Gerard Piel

Challenge

July/Aug. 1995

10. A Global Warning

Ross Gelbspan

The American Prospect

March/April 1997

14. We Can Build a Sustainable Economy

Lester R. Brown

The Futurist

July/Aug. 1996

29. Ignored Warnings

K. Richburg and S. Mufson

Washington Post National Weekly Edition

January 12, 1998

30. No More Free Lunch

M. Forney and P. Yatsko

Far Eastern Economic Review

October 16, 1997

10 Patterns of Development and Change

1. Preparing for the 21st Century: Winners and Losers

Paul Kennedy

The New York Review of Books

February 11, 1993

5. Worldwide Development or Population Explosion: Our Choice

Gerard Piel

Challenge

July/Aug. 1995

8. How Many People Can the Earth Support?

Joel E. Cohen

The Sciences

Nov./Dec. 1995

11. Fire in the Sky

M. Hiebert with S. Jayasankaran and J. McBeth

Far Eastern Economic Review

October 9, 1997

13. Greenwatch: Red Alert for the Earth's Green Belt

France Bequette

The UNESCO Courier

November 1994

14. We Can Build a Sustainable Economy

Lester R. Brown

The Futurist

July/Aug. 1996

17. The Fish Crisis

J. Madeleine Nash

Time

August 11, 1997

18. Angling for Aquaculture

Gary Turbak

The Rotarian

December 1997

19. The Future of Energy

Robert W. Fisher

The Futurist

Sept./Oct. 1997

21. Here Comes the SunÖand the Wind and the Rain

 

New Internationalist

October 1996

23. Spreading the Wealth: How Globalization is Helping Shift Cash from Rich Nations to Poor Ones

Keith B. Richburg

Washington Post National Weekly Edition

March 17, 1997

24. Prosper or Perish? Development in the Age of Global Capital

Blanca Heredia

Current History

November 1997

27. Piling into Central Europe

 

Business Week

July 1, 1996

28. Where Asia Goes from Here

N. Chowdhury and A. Paul

Fortune

Nov. 24, 1997

29. Ignored Warnings

K. Richburg and S. Mufson

Washington Post National Weekly Edition

January 12, 1998

30. No More Free Lunch

M. Forney and P. Yatsko

Far Eastern Economic Review

October 16, 1997

31. A New Tiger

S. Strasser and S. Mazumdar

Newsweek

August 4, 1997

32. Village Banking: A Report from 5 Countries

Rupert Scofield

The UNESCO Courier

January 1997

33. Child Labour: Rights, Risks, and Realities

Carol Bellamy

The Rotarian

September 1997

36. Organized Chaos: Not the New World We Ordered

David Keen

The World Today

January 1996

44. Like No Other Parliament on Earth

Alan Osborn

Europe

May 1996

45. From GATT to WTO: The Institutionalization of World Trade

Salil S. Pitroda

Harvard International Review

Spring 1995

50. Reassessing the Economic Assumption

Willis W. Harman

The Futurist

July/Aug. 1996

11 Urban Systems and Urban Structures

24. Prosper or Perish? Development in the Age of Global Capital

Blanca Heredia

Current History

November 1997

26. High Noon in Europe

Edmund L. Andrews

New York Times

July 13, 1997

12 The Political Ordering of Space

2. The Many Faces of the Future

Samuel P. Huntington

Utne Reader

May/June 1997

3. Redefining Security: The New Global Schisms

Michael T. Klare

Current History

November 1996

10. A Global Warning

Ross Gelbspan

The American Prospect

March/April 1997

12. Mining the Oceans

Bjørn Sletto

The Rotarian

December 1996

20. How to Divvy Up Caspian Bonanza

Thomas Orszag-Land

The Christian Science Monitor

October 15, 1996

24. Prosper or Perish? Development in the Age of Global Capital

Blanca Heredia

Current History

November 1997

25. An Illusion for Our Time

Peter Beinart

The New Republic

October 20, 1997

27. Piling into Central Europe

 

Business Week

July 1, 1996

28. Where Asia Goes from Here

N. Chowdhury and A. Paul

Fortune

Nov. 24, 1997

35. The New Arms Race: Light Weapons and International Security

Michael T. Klare

Current History

April 1997

36. Organized Chaos: Not the New World We Ordered

David Keen

The World Today

January 1996

38. Uncertainty, Insecurity, and Chinaís Military Power

Paul H.B. Godwin

Current History

September 1997

39. Russian Foreign Policy in the Near Abroad and Beyond

Karen Dawisha

Current History

October 1996

40. Nuclear Deterrence and Regional Proliferators

Robert G. Joseph

The Washington Quarterly

Summer 1997

41. Taking Nuclear Weapons Off Hair-Trigger Alert

R. Blair, H. Feiveson, and F. von Hippel

Scientific American

November 1997

42. The First Fifty Years: The Main Achievements

Diogo Freitas do Amaral

UN Chronicle

December 1995

43. A Watchful Eye: Monitoring the Conventional Arms Trade

Jordan Singer

Harvard International Review

Winter 1995/96

44. Like No Other Parliament on Earth

Alan Osborn

Europe

May 1996

46. Peace Prize Goes to Land-Mine Opponents

Carey Goldberg

New York Times

October 11, 1997

48. Women in Power: From Tokenism to Critical Mass

Jane S. Jaquette

Foreign Policy

Fall 1997

13 Human Impacts on Natural Systems: Geographic Outlooks on Global Concerns

9. The Global Challenge

Michael H. Glantz

The World & I

April 1997

10. A Global Warning

Ross Gelbspan

The American Prospect

March/April 1997

11. Fire in the Sky

M. Hiebert with S. Jayasankaran and J. McBeth

Far Eastern Economic Review

October 9, 1997

12. Mining the Oceans

Bjørn Sletto

The Rotarian

December 1996

13. Greenwatch: Red Alert for the Earthís Green Belt

France Bequette

The UNESCO Courier

November 1994

15. Global Population and the Nitrogen Cycle

Vaclav Smil

Scientific American

July 1997

17. The Fish Crisis

J. Madeleine Nash

Time

August 11, 1997

18. Angling for ëAquacultureí

Gary Turbak

The Rotarian

December 1997

19. The Future of Energy

Robert W. Fisher

The Futurist

Sept./Oct. 1997


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