U.s. Policy In International Institutions: Defining Reasonable Options In An Unreasonable World--special Student Edition, Updated And Revised

1st Edition

Seymour Maxwell Finger

Routledge
Published March 5, 2019
Textbook - 218 Pages
ISBN 9780367212322 - CAT# K420170

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Summary

In the immediate post-war period the United States was predominant economically and could command a majority in the U.N. General Assembly; it now faces an increasingly interdependent world economy and an assembly dominated by the Third World. The essays in this book analyze the U.N. system as it functions today. Contributors stress the economic iss

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