Wasson, Donald
January 1966
Foreign Affairs;Jan1966, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p338
The article presents a list of various reports and publications related to international relations. Some of them are: "The Special Commonwealth African Assistance Plan"; "The African National Congress of South Africa"; "Proceeding of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development"; "Recent Diplomatic Exchanges Concerning the Proposal for an International Conference on the Neutrality and Territorial Integrity of Cambodia"; "Special Report to the Co-Chairmen of the Geneva Conference on Indo-China"; and "Guidelines for International Monetary Reform."


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