-- A vision of a new world order that looks forward to the end of IMF hegemony -- 'There is no book quite like this ...Paupp has achieved a well-articulated alternative vision of a future world order based on law, equity, and sustainability.' Professor Richard Falk, Princeton University and Visiting Professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara 'A brilliant treasure-trove of wisdom aimed at putting equity to work for all of mankind rather than a favored few.' Larry Birns, Director, Council on Hemispheric Affairs 'Paupp proposes a comprehensive strategy which calls for the development of a new global ethic based on the idea of an inclusive global community.' Bill Wickersham, Adjunct Professor of Peace Studies, University of Missouri, Columbia 'Exodus from Empire offers, confidently, a way to see that another world is possible. It's light in a time of darkness.' Professor Brian Foley, Florida Coastal School of Law This book lays out a comprehensive vision for a new world order based on cooperation between the developing world and leading Left countries in Latin America. Arguing that the ravages of corporate capitalism are unsustainable, Terrence E.
Paupp presents an energetic critique of the problems of empire, and looks ahead to a global countermovement against the IMF and US hegemony.
Terrence E. Paupp has taught philosophy, international law, and political science at Southwestern College and National University. He is Vice-President of the Association of World Citizens and a senior research associate for the Council on Hemispheric Affairs. From 2001-2005 he served as National Chancellor of the United States for the International Association of Educators for World Peace.
Introduction 1 From Precedence We Come 2 The Occupations of Empire 3 When the "Law of the Land" Becomes Lawless 4 Clash or Convergence: The Emerging Unity of Religions and Civilizations 5 The Hidden Politics of Empire: From the New Frontier to the Final Frontier 6 Claiming a "Right of Peace": Moving Beyond the "Empire Syndrome" 7 Conclusion: Emerging from Tribulations, Truths, and Tribunals Notes Index