16(3) Summer 1994 Archive

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16(3) Summer 1994, Economics, Perspectives, Politics, Western Europe

The New Italian Miracle: Disaffection and Political Upheaval in Italy

This article first appeared in the Summer 1994 issue of the Harvard International Review. For decades, Italy was one of the most stable democracies...
16(3) Summer 1994, Europe, Politics, Western Europe, World in Review

Steady Does It

When Edouard Balladur became Prime Minister of France in May 1993, the global recession was threatening the comfortable welfare state that had become so...

16(3) Summer 1994, Features

Facing the Facts

Immigration is a complex and sensitive phenomenon that forces us to confront a number of different realities. Thus, immigration raises ambivalent, even contradictory, sentiments,...

16(3) Summer 1994, Features

The New Italian Miracle

For decades, Italy was one of the most stable democracies in the Western world. This picture has completely transformed over the last two years,...

16(3) Summer 1994, Letter from the Editors, Reviews

Noteworthy Books in Review

Capsule reviews on <I>Theory of Moves</I> by Steven J. Brams, <I>Silent Warfare: Understanding the World of Intelligence</I> by Abram N. Shulsky, <I>Paper Tigers &...

16(3) Summer 1994, Features

Help or Hindrance?

In post-war Europe, it has been axiomatic that the drive toward unity, which found expression in the European Community (EC), has not merely created...

16(3) Summer 1994, World in Review

Cold Feet

The civil war in Bosnia and the chaos in Somalia have splashed cold water in the face of the optimism about collective security that...

16(3) Summer 1994, Features

Balancing Act

"Belgium is a federal state, composed of communities and regions" became the opening words of the Belgian Constitution on May 5, 1993. They mark...

16(3) Summer 1994, World in Review

The Real Cold War

Despite being distant, Antarctica has surfaced as a point of conflict between First and Third World governments and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that specialize in...

16(3) Summer 1994, Features

Employing Solutions

Improving employment prospects is the principal challenge facing the architects of economic policy in the Federal Republic of Germany in the years ahead. However,...