International Organizations: A Comparative Approach

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WERNER J. FELD is UNO Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Political Science, and Director of the Institute for Comparative Public Policy at the University of New Orleans. Dr. Feld is the author of numerous publications, including American Foreign Policy: Aspirations and Reality ( 1984), Congress and National Defense (with John K. Wildgen, 1985), Arms Control and the Atlantic Community, and The Future of the European Security and Defense Policy ( 1993). In addition, Dr. Feld is the author of more than sixty articles in various journals. He is currently Adjunct Professor at the Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver.

ROBERT S. JORDAN is Research Professor of International Institutions, Professor of Political Science, and Senior Research Associate of the Eisenhower Center, at the University of New Orleans. He is serving in 1992- 94 as Visiting Professor of International Relations at the U.S. Air War College. He is former Vice President of the International Studies Association and Chairman of its International Organization Section. He also has been Chairman of the section on International and Comparative Administration of the American Society for Public Administrations and an active member of the American Society of International Law. He has also published several books on International Politics.

LEON HURWITZ is Professor of Political Science at Cleveland State University. His previous books include The Harmonization of European Public Policy: Regional Responses to Transnational Challenges ( 1983), The European Community and the Management of International Cooperation ( 1987), and The State of the European Community ( 1991).

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