Aims to assess the status of international law in the post-Cold War era with the intention of contributing ideas, judgments and proposals tempered by experience. The topics range from terrorism to the right of political self-determination and each chapter contains both US and Soviet contributions. A joint study with the USSR Diplomatic Academy. Published in the Soviet Union as

Международное право и международная безопасность ‒ Диалог советских и американских экспертов (International Relations: Moscow, 1991)

Boris M. Klimenko & Paul B. Stephan, eds., International Law and International Security: Military and Political Dimensions: A U.S.-Soviet Dialogue, M. E. Sharpe Inc. (1991).