Vol. 21, No. 4 (1994)
We are pleased that this issue of Social Justice is truly international in scope, featuring contributions from the United States, Japan, Spain, Australia, and Sweden. The overriding themes concern broader issues of justice in a post-Cold War world. Authors examine or reexamine how the momentous changes in the world situation affect a variety of arenas, from theory, culture, and the liberation theology movement that had its origins in Latin America, to the shift away from African socialism and Swedish-style social democracy, and the dangers inherent in the reorganization of internal security organizations as they search for a new mandate.