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April/May 1994 Vol. XIX No. 2


Contributors to this issue


Cooperative Security:The Military Problem

The end of the Cold War has generated deep uncertainty about the future shape of the international system. The authors examine how a cooperative approach can help ensure peace and security for the next generation.

Wasting Billions by Randall Forsberg

Russian Security or NATO Expansion? by Alexei Arbatov

The Business of Peace by Susan C. Strong


I Go (poem) Rama Ghosh
translated by Carolyne Wright with Paramita Banerjee

Poet's Sampler: Rosanna Warren introduces Linda Gregerson

An Intervention by George Packer

Returning to Togo after a ten-year absence, the author rediscovers universal human frailties beyond the limits of political remedy.

Three Mothers (fiction) by Elizabeth Graver

The Roots of Chiapas by Jonathan Fox

Democracy in Mexico is arriving in an old-fashioned way --
through popular rebellion.

Human, All-Too-Human by Alan A. Stone

A review of Jhabvala/Ivory's -- and Kazuo Ishiguro's -- The Remains of the Day

Everything Twice (poem) by Gary Soto

Montpeyroux (poem) Sue Standing


BOOKS

Mega-Money Fiction

Do blockbuster novels, commonly regarded with contempt in the literary world, have any redeeming value? A look at this season's big-money fiction.
  • Daniel Goldin:A Simple Plan Scott Smith
  • Matthew Kopka: The Day After Tomorrow Allan Folsom
  • Kerry Fried: The Fermata Nicholson Baker
  • Tracy Cochran: Gun, With Occasional Music Jonathan Lethem

Poetry

  • Carol Moldaw: Psalms April Bernard
  • Harry Thomas: Dwelling Places David Ferry


READERS' FORUM

  • More on "The Last Days of Bosnia?": Letters from Branka Magas, Randolph Ryan, Ivo Banac, Lawrence Lifschultz, and Rabia Ali
  • More on "Reinventing the Welfare State": Letters from Frances Fox Piven, Lawrence Mead, and Nancy Fraser
  • On Haiti: An Open Letter to President Clinton




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