To Govern the Globe: World Orders and Catastrophic Change
@ Haymarket Books
Opening Thursday, January 13th, at 4PM
Join world-renowned historians to discuss Alfred W. McCoy’s latest book, To Govern the Globe: World Orders and Catastrophic Change.
Thursday, January 13th, 5:00 PM ET
In a sweep through seven centuries from 1350 to 2050, the work explains how catastrophes– pandemics, wars, and climate crisis–have shaped the destiny of empires and world orders. By rendering often-opaque environmental science in lucid prose, the book explains how climate change and changing world orders will shape the life opportunities for younger generations, born at the start of this century, during the coming decades that will serve as the signposts of their lives—2030, 2050, 2070, and beyond.
Get To Govern the Globe: World Orders and Catastrophic Change from Haymarket: https://www.haymarketbooks.org/books/1742-to-govern-the-globe
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Alfred W. McCoy holds the Harrington Chair in History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is author of The Politics of Heroin, the classic study of drug trafficking that the CIA tried to suppress, and In the Shadows of the American Century.
Andrew Bacevich grew up in Indiana, graduated from West Point and Princeton, served in the army, became an academic, and is now a writer. He is the author, co-author, or editor of more than a dozen books, among them The New American Militarism, The Limits of Power, Washington Rules, America’s War for the Greater Middle East, and After the Apocalypse: America’s Role in a World Transformed. He is president and co-founder of the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft, a Washington think tank.
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