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Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4 qP ? RECENT WRITINGS Books, Articles and Papers by Harlan Cleveland I. BOOKS Forthcoming Books, Edited (1980 publication) June 2, 1980 Energy Futures of Developing Countries:, The Neglected Victims of the Energy Crisis Report of an Aspen Institute Workshop held in Cairo, Egypt, January 1979 to be published by the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies in conjunction with Praeger Publishers. The Management of Sustainable Growth A book including the commissioned papers from The Third Biennial Woodlands Conference on Growth, edited with an introductory essay by Harlan Cleveland. Portions of the introductory essay have been pub- lished in brochure form by Mitchell Energy and Development Corporation and appeared in an article - "The Start of a New Wisdom for the '80s?" in the Chicago Sun Times, January 1, 1980. Bioresources for Development: The Renewable Way of Life with Alexander King A book based on an international conference on "Bio-Potentials for Development" held at the Center for Integrative Studies, University of Houston, November 1978. The introductory essay by the two editors -- "The Renewable Way of Life" -- appeared in The Futurist, April 1980. Recent Books China Diary A log of a 17-day visit to the People's Republic of China with the World Affairs Group chaired by Cyrus R. Vance, in October 1975. Published by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University, as a Center Report, June 1976. Excerpts from the Diary appeared in the Sunday Focus section of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin and Advertiser, January 18, 1976 under the title "The View from Peking." An article based on China Diary -- "The 'China Model' of Self-Reliant Development" -- was published in the Winter 1978 issue of the Journal of Asian-Pacific and World Perspectives. Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4 Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4 0 U The Third Try at World Order: U.S. Policy for an Interdependent World A book-length essay prepared for the Declaration of INTER- dependence project of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, under a grant from the Bicentennial Commission of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Pre-publication print, October 21, 1976, for a Philadelphia Convocation of United Nations leaders. A final version was published by the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies in February 1977. It was made available in Japanese by Simul Press, Tokyo in 1980. Several articles based on the book have been published. They include "Interdependence: Where you Stand Depends on Where you Sit," Top Management Report, published by the International Management and Development Institute, 1977, and reprinted in the California Management Review, Fall 1977; "Is America Possible?" an address at the Vail Symposium VI, August 22, 1976, published in 1978 in a volume of Symposium papers The Future of Human Settlements in the Rocky Mountain West edited by Terrell J. Minger; "The Climate for a New World Order" published in June 1977 by the MITRE Corporation in proceedings of a Symposium on Living with Climate Change; "The Third Try at World Order," an address to the Strategic Air Command Senior Symposium on November 16, 1976, and published in the Proceedings of the SAC Senior Symposium, March 1977; "Foreign Policy with Nobody in Charge," a presentation to the Duke University Conference on the Role of Person- to-Person Contacts in International Relations, November 30 - December 2, 1976; and a lecture in a seminar series on "The Search for World Order" at the University of Delaware,,January 31, 1978. A section of The Third Try at World Order has also been reprinted in a course manual to be used in undergraduate classes entitled Global Interdependence and Human Survival: An Introduction to World Order Studies published by the Transnation Academic Program of the Institute for World Order. The Center for Peace Studies of the University of Akron and the Metropolitan Interchurch Ministries of Akron, Ohio, have also made .a portion of the book available in a study guide and tape cassette entitled "Are There Alternatives to War?" Humangrowth: An Essay on Growth, Values and the Quality of Life A booklet-length policy paper, co-authored by Thomas W. Wilson, Jr., drawing on a 1977 Aspen Institute summer workshop. This long essay (or short book) suggests that we are already in transition to a new approach to economic growth -- moving away from indiscriminate growth as expressed in GNP, skirting "no-growth," towards a more selective purposeful growth ethic that would enhance the human environment, stay within resource constraints and allow for greater equity between rich and poor. The book is available in Spanish through the Autonomous University of Guadalajara, Mexico. Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4 Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4 ? is "Growth for What?", an essay based on this paper, appears in Partners for Tomorrow: Strategies for a New International Order, a 1978 collection of essays in honor of Jan Tinbergen, edited by Antony J. Dolman and Jan van Ettinger (New York: E.P. Dutton, 1978). Its central thesis was also reflected in the keynote address on "Relationship of Environmental Concerns to Development," given at a conference on that subject held at the Mohonk Trust, October 24-26, 1977. A summary of the address appears in Environmental Concerns in Development: A Conference Report, The Mohonk Trust, June 1978. Earlier Books The Overseas Americans with Gerard J. Mangone and John Clarke Adams (McGraw Hill Books, 1960) The Obligations of Power (Harper & Row, 1966) NATO: The Transatlantic Bargain (Harper &.Row, 1970) The Future Executive (Harper & Row, 1972) Earlier Books, Edited The Art of Overseasmanship with Gerard J. Mangone (McGraw Hill Books, 1957) The Promise of World Tensions (The Macmillan Company, 1961) Ethics and Bigness with Harold D. Lasswell (Harper & Row, 1962) The Ethicof Power with Harold D. Lasswell (Harper & Row, 1962) II. ARTICLES, 1978-80* 1980 "The Future of International Governance" Excerpts from a project proposal to be published in a pre- conference volume for the First Global Conference on the Future, Toronto, July 20-25, 1980. (In press). *A bibliography which includes earlier writings, 1975-77, from the Aspen Institute's Program in International Affairs is available from the Publications Office, Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, P.O. Box 150 Wye Plantation, Queenstown, MD 21658. Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4 Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4 ? ? "Forward to Basics: Education as Wide as the World" Change, May/June 1980. "A Collection of Ingredients for Transition into the '80s" An op-ed piece in the Minneapolis Tribune, May 25, 1980. "Trends of Opposition and Alignment in Contemporary International Politics" Proceedings of the first Tokyo Colloquium on the general theme "In Search of the Ideal Form of International Cooperation" sponsored by The Yomiuri Shimbun and published in that paper in Japanese and in The Daily Yomiuri in English April 28-30 and May 3, 4 and 7, 1980. Participants in the colloquium were Michie Royama of Sophia University, Makato Momoi of the Japanese National Defense College, Kinhide Mushakoji, Vice-Rector U.N. University, Ibrahim F. I. Shihata, Director General of the OPEC Fund and Harlan Cleveland. "The Main Driving Force in World Politics" An Opinion and Commentary Piece in The Christian Science Monitor, April 28, 1980. Reprinted as "Big Powers and Third World," The Honolulu Advertiser, May 5, 1980. "In Theory We Can But in Practice We Can't" A speech to the American Bar Association National Conference on "The Role of the Lawyer in the 1980s," Vital Speeches of the Day, Vol. XLVI, No. 11, March 15, 1980. "Preface" to After Afghanistan - The Long Haul Written with Andrew Goodpaster for an Atlantic Council Policy Paper published in March, 1980. "How to Test Candidates on Foreign Policy" An Opinion and Commentary piece in The Christian Science Monitor, February 19, 1980. Foreword to Managing Growth in the 1980s: Toward a New Economics by Robert Hamrin, Praeger Publishers, 1980. Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4 Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4 0 ? 1979 "A Rich Vein of Good News" An article on some major lessons of the past decade in The Christian Science Monitor, December 27, 1979. Versions of this article were the basis for a speech to the Cleveland Council on World Affairs in October 1979 subsequently excerpted in Personnel Journal, February 1980; of the Kellogg lecture to the annual meeting of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities published in January 1980 as "Renewing the Boundless Resource;" and of 'a speech to the 1980 Philip Morris Corporate Affairs Conference to be published in proceedings of the meeting. "Knocking the Wind Out of Hurricanes" An Opinion and Commentary piece in The Christian Science Monitor, September 25, 1979. "Growth, Values and Leadership" A speech delivered to The Rotary Club of Houston, Texas on July 19, 1979. Reprinted by the Mitchell Energy & Development Corp. as a brochure with an Introduction by George P. Mitchell. "'Better' Need No Longer Mean 'More'," an article based on this speech, appeared in the Houston Chronicle, August 12, 1979 and the full text appeared in the Fall/Winter 1979 edition of The Texas Business Executive. "The Get-It-All-Together Profession" An article in Public Administration Review, July/August 1979. It was awarded the Marshall E. Dimock Award for the most outstanding article on the theme "Innovative Solutions for the Seventies" published in Public Administration Review 1979. Dynamism and Development with I. H. Abdel-Rahman . A paper commissioned by the United Nations for the U.N. Conference on Science and Technology for Development held in Vienna in August 1979. The paper was published as U.N. document A/Conf. 81/5/Add 1/. It will also appear in a book of selected conference papers to be published by Pergamon Press in 1980. An edited version will be featured in a forth- coming issue of World Development. A Spanish translation of this paper was published in Ciencia y Desarrolo (March/April 1980), a publication of the Mexican National Council of Science and Technology. Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4 Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4 ? 1P The Triple Collision of Modernization An essay published by the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs of the University of Texas. This piece was originally pre- sented as the opening address of a symposium entitled "Modernization vs. Tradition vs. Equity: The Explosive Triple Collision" held in April 1979 under the auspices of the Distinguished Visiting Tom Slick Professorship of World Peace. Mr. Cleveland was the third occupant of this professorship, during the Spring semester of 1979. "The Internationalization of Domestic Affairs" An article in "The Human Dimension of Foreign Policy: An American Perspective," The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, March 1979. "Dear Willy. . " Excerpts from a letter to Willy Brandt about the work of his Independent Commission on International Development Issues. Dossier, Number 4 (published by the International Foundation for Development Alternatives, Nyon, Switzerland) February 1979. "A Tribute to John McHale" The Futurist, February 1979. "Normalization -- Less than Meets the Eye" An.op-ed piece in The Christian Science Monitor, March 8, 1979. "Can We Change the Weather? And Should We?" .An article in EnviroSouth, January/March, 1979. "Waiting for the Other Shoe to Fall" A guest editorial in Oceans,. January 1979. Foreword to Technology and Economic Development: A Realistic Perspective edited by Samuel M. Rosenblatt for the International Economic Studies Institute, Westview Press, 1979. Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4 Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4 "Does Everything Belong to Everybody?" An Opinion and Commentary-piece in The Christian Science Monitor, December 19, 1978. "A Pacific Puzzlement" with John W. Lewis The introduction to a series of articles on Peace and Security in the Pacific, The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, October 1978. The Management of Weather Resources: Proposal for a National Policy and Program (Washington: Department of Commerce, 1978). Final Report of the Weather Modification Advisory Board (Harlan Cleveland, Chairman). A detailed analysis of the state of the science of weather resources management, including the moderation of hurricanes; the environmental, economic, social, legal, regulatory and international impacts and implications of changing the weather at human command; with proposals for a 20-year research and development program and consolidated Federal organization and leadership. Submitted to the Secretary of Commerce on June 30, 1978. The Foreword and Summary and Recommendations of the Report were reprinted in Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, October 1978. A guest editorial about the Report by Mr. Cleveland appeared in Science, August 4, 1978. A Discussion Paper -- "A U.S. Policy to Enhance the Atmospheric Environment" -- prepared for the Board was reproduced in full in Ag World, January and February 1978; and several key sections appeared in Important for the Future, a publication of the United Nations Institute for Training and Research, February 1978. A position paper published within the framework of the project on "Reshaping the International Order -- A Second Round" developed by the RIO Foundation, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, August 1978. A final edition including all position papers prepared for the project and edited by Anthony Dolman will appear in 1980. "After SALT II, What?" Introduction to Arms Control and the Gray Area Weapons Systems, a Policy Paper of the Security Working Group of the Atlantic Council of the United States, July 1978. "Energy, Natural Resources and Environment" Chairman's Working Group Report published in Report on the Asian Regional Seminar on the Contribution of Science and Technology to National Development, Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi, 1978. Approved For Release 2009/08/17: CIA-RDP05T00644R000200690013-4