The greening of U.S. foreign policy
The greening of U.S. foreign policy / edited by Terry L. Anderson and Henry I. Miller.
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Stanford, Calif. : Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University ; Bozeman, Mont. : Political Economy Research Center, c2000.
xiii, 314 p. ; 23 cm.
- Other contributors
Anderson, Terry L. (Terry Lee), 1946-
Miller, Henry I.
- Variant title
Greening of United States foreign policy
- Uniform series
Hoover Institution Press publication ; 478.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- The value of sovereignty and the costs of global environmentalism / Jeremy Rabkin
- Environmentalism, the transformation of international law, and the pursuit of political objectives / Fernand Keulenee
- Green creep: the increasing influence of environmentalism in U.S. foreign policy / Brett D. Schaefer
- U.S. international efforts, sustainable development, and the precautionary principle / John J. Cohrssen
- Sustainable development: the green road to serfdom? / James M. Sheehan
- The war against warming: climate change, Kyoto, and American national security / Jeffrey Salmon
- Bootleggers, Baptists, and global warming / Bruce Yandle
- Biotechnology regulation and foreign policy: eccentric environmentalism instead of sound science / Henry I. Miller
- Bucking the tide of globalism: developing property rights from the ground up / Terry L. Anderson
- International environmental agreements: developing another path / Julian Morris.
- Subject headings
Environmental policy--United States.
Global environmental change--Political aspects.
Environmental policy--International cooperation.
United States--Foreign relations--1989-
0817998624 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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- E840 .G72 2000
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