How United Nations Decisions Are Made

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How United Nations Decisions Are Made

By John G. Hadwen and Johan Kaufmann
Sijthoff, 1960
144 pp. $0.00

The authors, former members of the Canadian and Netherlands Permanent Missions to the U.N., describe the machinery and procedures of that organization for considering economic questions and offer a series of case studies in illustration.

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