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The missing dimension of statecraft

A project of the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC.

'I did not come to these conclusions in kindergarten or in the Garden of Eden. I worked for eight years for Henry Kissinger. My colleagues were killed by terrorists. I dealt with Khomeini, Qadhafi, Begin, Arafat. I have lived in this half century with Stalin, Hitler, Pol Pot, Saddam Hussein. I know there is evil in the world. I have also come to the conclusion that there is a better way to conduct the affairs of humankind.' Hal Saunders, former US Assistant Secretary of State for Near East and South Asian Affairs.

One of the current projects of the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC, is an enquiry into Religion: the missing dimension of statecraft.

ln August, 1992, 11 of the 14 scholars who are associated with the project took part in a session, 'Regions in Crisis', at Mountain House, Caux, the MRA conference center in Switzerland.

Language

English

Publication
1993
Pages
36
Publisher
Grosvenor Books
ISBN
1-85239-019-0
Publishing permission
Granted
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