Power Politics and Food

Fuller, Helen
November 1943
New Republic;11/8/43, Vol. 109 Issue 19, p649
Presents information on techniques of the United Nations for international cooperation. Information on signing a treaty of world relief and rehabilitation; Development of United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA); Need of reconstruction after the war; Report on relief and reconstruction work done by United Nations and not by big nation's private firms; Focus on food shortage in Central Europe and sufferings of children due withdrawal of the U.S.; Information on Council of UNRRA, consisting of one representative of each member government and alternates plan to meet in Atlantic City to work out all operational details; Report on the terms of the UNRRA agreement; Plans of council to have a Committee on Supplies that will consist of the members of the Council representing those member governments; Nomination of Director general of UNRRA; Focus on food as a matter of politics after the war; Efforts of the United Nations to have a peaceful world.


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