China, the United Nations, and World Order

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China, the United Nations, and World Order

By Samuel S. Kim
Princeton University Press, 1979
581 pp. $32.50

One of the best studies of Chinese foreign policy yet to appear, this book focuses in great detail on Chinese behavior at the United Nations. It is particularly rich in detail on Chinese attitudes toward international law and North-South issues.

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