Vol. 19, No. 1 (1992)
These essays pose questions essential for coming to terms with the post-Cold War and Gulf War era. What will be the new face of U.S. power -- politically, economically, and militarily? What will be the ideological underpinnings of the reconstituted power arrangements? Does the "New World Order" mask a shift from East-West rivalry to intensified North-South conflict? How should the programs of the social movements address these new realities? With this issue, we hope to contribute to the reexamination of U.S. policy options given the restructuring of global political-economic alignments and to the development of critical strategies for the future.