U.S. Policy in International Institutions: Defining Reasonable Options in an Unreasonable World

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U.S. Policy in International Institutions: Defining Reasonable Options in an Unreasonable World

Edited by Seymour Maxwell Finger and Joseph R. Harbert
Westview Press, 1978
500 pp. $24.00
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Security, economics, resources and the U.N. are all foci of institutional change that pose new issues for the United States or reopen old ones. A good deal of thinking has to be done and this volume is packed with examples of it, some reprinted from other sources and some stimulated by the Ralph Bunche Institute at CUNY.

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