TITLE

SOURCE MATERIAL

AUTHOR(S)
Wasson, Donald
PUB. DATE
April 1962
SOURCE
Foreign Affairs;Apr62, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p509
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article presents information on various source materials related to international relations. Some of them are "Agriculture in Ethiopia," compiled by H.P. Huffnagel, "Rural Manpower and Industrial Development; Adaptation and Training," by H. Krier, "A New Look at Foreign Economic Policy," by Christian Herter and William Clayton, "Guide to Materials on Latin America in the National Archives," by J. P. Harrison, "International Migration and Economic Development; A Trend Report and Bibliography," by Brinley Thomas, "Diplomacy in Evolution," edited by D.L.B. Hamlin, "Economic-Geographic Reorientation in Western Finnish Karelia: A Result of the Finno-Soviet Boundary Demarcations of 1940 and 1944," by R.A. Helin, "The Eichmann Trial and the Rule of Law," by Yosal Rogat, "The Flow of Resources From Rich to Poor," by A.D. Neale, "The National Status of the Chinese in Indochina, 1900-1958," by D.E. Willmott, "United States Foreign Policy in a Revolutionary Age," by M.A. Kaplan and "The Steel Import Problem," by J.W. Ford.
ACCESSION #
14718822

 

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