Table of contents for Rogue nations / Louise Gerdes, book editor.

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<titl >Contents
Foreword
Introduction
<head n="1">Chapter 1: What Rogue Nations Pose a Serious Threat?
Preface
1. Iran Poses a Serious Threat
Ilan Berman
2. The Iranian Threat Is Overstated
Dariush Zahedi and Omid Memarian
3. North Korea Threatens International Security
Bruce Bennett
4. The North Korean Threat Is a Myth
Carlton Meyer
5. Syria Poses a Threat
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
6. Pakistan Threatens Nuclear Security
Graham Allison
7. The United States Is a Dangerous Rogue
Edward Herman
Periodical Bibliography
<head n="1">Chapter 2: What Threats Do Rogue Nations Pose?
Preface
1. Rogue Nations Pose a Serious Nuclear Threat
David E. Sanger
2. The Rogue Nuclear Threat Is a Reaction to Western Aggression
Mario Basini
3. Rogue Nations Support Terrorism
U.S. Department of State
4. Terrorists Are Stateless Martyrs
Benjamin R. Barber
5. Rogue Nations Threaten International Peace
World Peace Foundation
6. The Unites States Threatens International Peace
Francis A. Boyle
Periodical Bibliography
<head n="1">Chapter 3: How Do Rogue Nations Threaten Human Rights?
Preface
1. North Korea Represses Freedom
Kay Seok
2. Iran Violates Women&rsquo;s Rights
Sam Brownback
3. The Sudanese Government Engages in Genocide
Human Rights Watch
4. The United States Violates Human Rights Worldwide
Vernon Coleman
5. Rogue Nations Undermine the United Nations&rsquo; Mission to Promote
Human Rights
Joseph Loconte
6. U.S. Invasions Have Not Spread Democracy in the Middle East
Phyllise Bennis
Periodical Bibliography
<head n="1">Chapter 4: How Should the Global Community Respond to Rogue
Nations?
Preface
1. Preemptive Force Is Necessary to Contain Rogue Nations
National Review
2. Preemptive Force Threatens Efforts to Contain Rogue States
Ivan Eland
3. A Missile Defense System Is Necessary to Protect Against Rogue
Nations
Dennis Ross
4. A Missile Defense System Is Unnecessary
Gwynne Dyer
5. Promoting Globalization Will Reduce the Threat Posed by Rogue
States
Banning N. Garrett and Dennis M. Sherman
6. Globalization Threatens Security Worldwide
Arthur L. Dunklin
Periodical Bibliography
For Further Discussion
Bibliography of Books
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Security, International -- Juvenile literature.
Terrorism -- Juvenile literature.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Juvenile literature.
United States -- Military policy -- Juvenile literature.