A New World Disorder?Bill Javetski and Mike Mcnamee and Douglas A. Harbrecht
George Bush likes nothing better than to trumpet his vision of the post-cold-war era. But when he arrives in London on July 14 for his annual meeting with leaders of the seven largest industrial nations, the President will have to confront the fact that his new world order may not be too orderly. The agenda for the London economic summit is suddenly overflowing with political challenges.
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