Examining the unique cultures of the Islamic Middle East, sub-Saharan Africa, Indianized Asia, and China, Adda Bozeman attacks the supposition that world unity can be achieved through the application of Western ideals of international law and organization.
Originally published in 1971.
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Table of Contents:
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- Preface, pg. v
- Contents, pg. vii
- Introduction, pg. ix
- Chapter One. Intercultural Discourse and the Problem of Understanding, pg. 1
- Chapter Two. Political Systems and the Role of Law, pg. 34
- Conclusion, pg. 161
- Appendix. Text of Pravda Article Justifying the Invasion of Czechoslovakia, September 25, 1968, pg. 187
- Bibliography of Works Cited, pg. 195
- Index, pg. 219
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