Publications

“A World State Is Inevitable,” Review of Alexander Wendt, Social Theory of International Politics.  The Federalist Review, forthcoming.

“Note on Referral Jurisdiction of the ICJ.”  The Federalist Debate, forthcoming.

Biographies for the web site of the World Citizens Association,

www.worldcitizensunited.org:

Arnold Toynbee, World Historian

Stringfellow Barr, Scott Buchanan, World Educators

John Boyd Orr, World Nutritionist

Grenville Clark, World Federalist

Henry Usborne, World Politician

Lionel Curtis, World Citizen

Lionel Robbins, World Economist

Lord Lothian, World Citizen

Louis B. Sohn, World Lawyer

Jack Whitehouse, Harris Wofford, Cord Meyer, World Federalist Youth

Guided efforts to establish a World Federalist Movement archive at the International Institute for Social History in Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2012).

Was filmed by an Italian videographer about the career of G.A. Borgese, the moving spirit of the University of Chicago’s Committee to Frame a World Constitution (2011).

Was interviewed by a historian at SUNY Purchase on a book she is writing about the Vietnam Veterans against the War (2011).

Convened a five-part series of discussions, with St. John’s College alumni, on Nietzsche’s Thus Spake Zarathustra (2011).

Built an historical display of abandoned farm equipment along a roadside in Maine (2010).

“Opinion on World Government in the U.S.A.  Review of Thomas G. Weiss.  What’s Wrong with the United Nations and How to Fix It”  (Polity, 2008).  The Federalist Debate, 23, 3 (November 2010): 7–11.

Peer review of Lucio Levi’s article, “Global Governance and Its Limitations.”   Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems, www.eolss.net.  Section on World System History, ed. by George Modelski.  24 October 2010.

“A Stage in the Formation of World Citizenry.”  Review of Lawrence S. Wittner, The Struggle against the Bomb: A History of the World Nuclear Disarmament Movement, 3 vols. (Stanford, 1993, 1997, 2003), and Confronting the Bomb (Stanford, 2009).  The Federalist Debate, 22, 3 (November 2009): 56–58.

“World Government or Global Governance? The United Nations Project in Historical Perspective.” In ReformingtheUnited Nations: Democracy, Justice, and Security in the Age of Globalization, foreword by Brian Urquhart, edited by Giovanni Finizio and Ernesto Gallo.  University Press of America, forthcoming.

“Of Global Democracy and Global Government.”  The Federalist Debate, 21, 1 (March 2008): 43–46.

Reviews of alternate edition of Joshua Goldstein’s International Relations; Lyndon Storey’s Humanity or Sovereignty: A Political Roadmap for the 21st Century; James Yunker’s Political Globalization: A New Vision of World Government .

“The Abolition of War,” “World Federalist Theory,” “World Federation,” “World History,” “World Peace through World Law.”  In Nigel Young’s International Encyclopedia on Global Peace, Conflict, and Transformation (Oxford University Press, forthcoming).

“Necrologio per Louis Bruno Sohn (1 Marzo 1914 – 7 Giugno 2006).”  Il debattito federalista (Torino), November 2006.

*The Politics of World Federation.

Vol. 1: United Nations, U.N. Reform, Atomic Control.
Vol. 2: From World Federalism to Global Governance.
Westport, CT:  Praeger Press, 2004.  ISBN:  0-275-98066-9.
This book was referred to prominently by Thomas G. Weiss in his February 2009 presidential address to the International Studies Association, which appeared in print in Thomas G. Weiss, “What Happened to the Idea of World Government?” International Studies Quarterly (2009) 53: 253-271.

“International Federalism.” Peace and Change, 24 (July 1999): 340-72; special edition on history of federalism after fifty years.

*The United Nations System:  Meeting the World Constitutional Crisis.  Oxford: ABC-Clio; New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Press, 1995.  511 pp.

*“The International Authority behind Peacekeeping.”  Peace and the Sciences  (International Institute for Peace, Vienna), 25 (September 1994): 19-21.

“The Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe.”  World Book Encyclopedia.  Chicago, 1993.

“The Kellogg-Briand Pact and the Outlawry of War.” Encyclopedia of Arms Control and Disarmament, Richard Dean Burns, ed.  New York:  Scribner’s, 1993.  II: 695-705.

“Henry Usborne and the Creation of the World Movement for World Federal Government” and “Mundialism and the Reform of the United Nations.” In The Federal Idea, Vol. II: The History of Federalism since 1945, Andrea Bosco, ed.  London:  Lothian Foundation Press, 1992.

“Grenville Clark, World Federalist.”  Annals of the Lothian Foundation, 1991.  London:  Lothian Foundation Press, 1992.

“The Veto:  Abolition, Modification, or Preservation?”  A New World Order:  Essays on Restructuring the United Nations, Walter Hoffmann, ed.  Washington:  World Federalist Association, 1991.

The World Federalist Movement: A Collection of Mainstream Journals.  New York:  Norman Ross, 1990.  253 fiche + 2 reels + 6 guides.

*Human Rights:  Improving U.N. Mechanisms for Compliance.  Washington, DC: CURE, USIP, U.N. Reform Monograph No. 8, 1990.  109 pp.

*International Arbitration:  Improving Its Role in Dispute Settlement.  Washington:  CURE, USIP, No. 7, 1989.  56 pp.

*International Peacekeeping:  History and Strengthening.  Washington, DC:  CURE, U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP), No. 6, 1989.  120 pp.

*Verification and Disarmament:  An International Arms Control Verification Agency or International Disarmament Organization.  Washington, DC:  Center for U.N. Reform Education (CURE), No. 4, 1988.  60 pp.

“Internationalism in the Truman Administration.”  Harry S Truman Encyclopedia.  Boston:  G. K. Hall, 1989.

*Strengthening the United Nations:  A Bibliography on U.N. Reform and World Federalism.  Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1987. 351 pp.

“World Federalism” and “Grenville Clark.”  World Encyclopedia of Peace.  Ed. by Ervin Laszlo and Jong Youl Yoo.  Oxford:  Pergamon Press, 1986; 2nd ed., 1999.

“On the Regime of Fear.”  The International Year Book and Statesmen’s Who’s Who.  London:  Thomas Skinner Directories, 1986.

“Was the Baruch Plan a Proposal of World Government?”  International History Review, 7 (November 1985): 592–621.

 

* Collected in the United Nations Dag Hammarskjöld Library.