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Do Humans Have the Collective Will to Prevent Global Catastrophe?

Click here for reuse options! From climate change to nuclear proliferation, we are drifting toward a condition of more and more serious jeopardy. The following is an excerpt from the new book Power Shift by Richard Falk (Zed, 2016):  Does the Human Species Wish to Survive? The question is deliberately provocative, yet relevant to reflec­tions on the future of humanity.
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