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The United States in World Affairs, 1955
The United States in World Affairs, 1955
By Hollis W. Barber
Harper (for the Council on Foreign Relations), 1957, 346 pp.

In this volume of the series published by the Council on Foreign Relations are discussed the Geneva "summit meeting" and the ensuing Soviet campaign for "peaceful coexistence;" the final consummation of the Austrian State Treaty; the bringing into force of the revised Western European Union; threats of war in Israel and the Taiwan Strait; the Bandung conference; and Soviet politico-economic penetration of the Middle East and South Asia. Like its predecessors, the volume includes timely maps and cartoons, as well as a chronology and index.