Savord, Ruth
October 1958
Foreign Affairs;Oct58, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p181
This article presents a list of United States government documents and pamphlets on international relations. Topics include Africa, agriculture, atomic energy, Canada, commercial policy and trade, European integration, Germany, international law, Latin America, Near East, Portugal, relief and rehabilitation, statistics, the U.S., and World War II. The pamphlet list includes: "America's Role in the Middle East"; "Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League"; "Bechtel in Arab Lands"; "The Case Against Increased Import Barriers on Lead and Zinc"; "A Census of Business in Latin America"; "China's Relations with Burma and Vietnam"; "Conference on Community Development"; "Crucial Issues in World Perspective"; "Foreign Policy and Judeo-Christian Morality"; and "Free Trade in Western Europe".


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