The latest volume in the Council's authoritative series presents a concise record and interpretation of the international activities of the United States during the calendar year 1959. While emphasizing the development of East-West relations, the narrative also devotes considerable attention to events in Africa, the Caribbean and other non-Communist areas, as well as to new trends in American military and economic policy. Can be heartily recommended both for ready reference and for consecutive reading.
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