New Techniques of Diplomacy

November 1943
New Republic;11/29/43, Vol. 109 Issue 22, p782
Presents information on the role played by the State Department in shaping the peace process. Limitations of the State Department; Criticism of the traditional mechanism and policies of the State Department; Comment of Joseph M. Jones, a former member of the department, on the antiquity of the administrative machinery of the department; Setting up of technical commissions to arbitrate disputes or to settle boundary quarrels; Dependence of world peace on the efforts made by the U.S. and Soviet Union.


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