In This Review

Global Challenges
Global Challenges
By Harry Clay Blaney III
New Viewpoints, 1979, 288 pp.

They are all here: population, food, energy, health, pollution, climate, the oceans, nuclear proliferation, terrorism, ignorance, and technological change, its use and abuse. In a remarkably comprehensive book, a U.S. Foreign Service officer stresses the perils we face. He concludes with proposals for institutional reforms in which there is full participation, better communication, voting power that reflects the realities of numbers and influence, and especially more common analysis of problems to support cooperation in making decisions and to broaden the range of choices.