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The Dignity of Difference: Avoiding the Clash of Civilizations

Public Theology and Democracy’s Future

The New Jihad and Islamic Tradition

What the U.S. Needs to Promote in Iraq (Hint: It’s Not Democratization per se)

From MAD (Mutual Assured Destruction) to MUD (Multilateral Unconstrained Disruption): Dealing with the New Terrorism

Cold War II

September 11: Before and After

Models of Humanitarian Intervention: Assessing the Past and Discerning the Future

The Question of Humanitarian Intervention: A Conference Report

Religion and International Peacemaking

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