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Beyond polarity: Integrating policy-making in a post-cold war environment

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is the author of a variety of works relating policy to development, in particularThree Worlds of Development; Beyond Empire and Revolution; Social Science and Public Policy in the United States (with James E. Katz);Dialogues on American Politics (with Seymour Martin Lipset);Ideology and Utopia in the United States.

This article is based on an address first delivered at a combined meeting of the Institute for Middle East Studies and the Institute for Latin American Studies of the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida on February 7th, 1991. All rights to this material are held in reserve by the author, and any request for permission to quote passages or reprint the text in whole or part must be solicited and approved in writing.

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Horowitz, I.L. Beyond polarity: Integrating policy-making in a post-cold war environment. Knowledge and Policy 4, 7–17 (1991).

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