A study of "the psychological dynamics which influence the current international behavior (more particularly in the cold war context)" of India, the U.S., Great Britain, France, West Germany, Italy and Japan. It is based chiefly on an analysis of opinion surveys among parliamentarians in these countries. The conclusions, while statistically interesting, do not greatly increase our insight.
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