Europe’s New Nationalism: States and Minorities in Conflict

Co-editor, with Richard Caplan In the short period since the end of the Cold War, Europeans have witnessed the rebirth of nationalism as a harrowing threat to stability on the continent. The collapse of Yugoslavia, the newly-won independence of the Baltic states, the unification of Germany, the bloody civil wars in Bosnia, and Georgia, Chechnia’s abortive attempt at independence, and...
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State of the Union 1994: The Clinton Administration and the Nation in Profile

Co-editor with Richard Caplan This look at the first months of the Clinton administration, published in cooperation with the Institute for Policy Studies, is the first of an annual series. The collection of 14 essays written by such authorities as Barry Commoner and Ralph Nader evaluates the administration’s record in key policy areas as it relates to the institute’s progressive...
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Shock Waves: Eastern Europe After the Revolutions

“Feffer examines each country’s unique conditions and dissident movements, yet shows how all the dissidents are linked.” Utne Reader Click here to to buy Shock Waves. Share this:FacebookTwitterGooglePrint
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Beyond Detente: Soviet Foreign Policy and U.S. Options

“This is a report prepared for the American Friends Service Committee, a Quaker organization. Aimed at the informed general reader, the book argues that the recent shifts in Soviet foreign policy under Gorbachev result from domestic imperatives. Whether or not this positive trend in the cycle of detente is sustained depends on timely American responses to Soviet overtures. A generally...
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