America's Quest for A Safer World addresses the means for coping with terrorism. The book considers the strengths and weaknesses of the Bush doctrine in terms of dealing with America's nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons of mass destruction.
Maurice J. Williams was State Department Under Secretary for International Development and Assistant Secretary for U.S. Economic Programs in the Near East and South Asia. Dr. Williams is now an instructor of International Relations and Global Affairs at Eckerd College.
Preface Overview of Themes and Content American Security Through Military Dominance Security From Terrorism by Democratic Reform Control of Terrorist and Weapons of Mass Destruction Multilateral Foundation for World Security Bibliography Endnotes Index About the Author