I. The United States / Robert B. Zoellick. A. The United States ... and the World. B. The U.S. Search for International Law ... and Order. C. The Creation of an International Political Community. D. U.S. Strategic Goals Today. E. Will the U.S. Public Support the Strategy? F. The United States Security Agenda. G. The United States Economic Agenda. H. The Ongoing Search for International Law ... and Order ... and Political Community -- II. The European Union / Peter D. Sutherland. A. A More Integrated Europe Is Required for a Leadership Role in Addressing International Challenges. B. A Credible Economic Player. C. An Effective Foreign and Security Policy. D. Europe's External Role Dependent on Successful Internal Reform -- III. Trilateralism Revisited: The Need for Shared Responsibility and Its Importance for Japan / Hisashi Owada. A. The Shape of the World in the Post-Cold War Era. B. The Present State of Trilateralism. C. Japan at the Turn of the Century
D. Trilateralism in a New Setting: Pax Consortis in an Age of Interdependence. E. Policy Suggestions for the Future -- IV. 21st Century Strategies of the Trilateral Countries: In Concert or Conflict?