As we entered the 1990s, scores of people began offering definitions of what has been called a "new world order." A number of them seem to have in mind only enhanced collective military security. For my part, I am convinced that a "new world order" cannot be confined to questions of military security, nor can it be based on notions of the United States as world arbiter. In that spirit, and recognizing that the world situation impels us to look for solutions that might have been previously impossible, let me offer a few suggestions.