TITLE

RECENT BOOKS ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: General: Economic and Social

PUB. DATE
January 1965
SOURCE
Foreign Affairs;Jan1965, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p364
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents information on certain recently published books on international relations that particularly emphasizes on the economic and social policies of nations. The concisely written study, "The European Community and American Trade: A Study in Atlantic Economics and Policy," by Randall Hinshaw, covers the whole range of American trade relations with the European Economic Community and the European Free Trade Association. In examining the economic interest of the United States in European integration, it takes account of broad political factors. The last chapter explores major alternatives for the future of American trade policy. The book "Labour in the Tropical Territories of the Commonwealth," by B.C. Roberts, traces the history of trade unions and their effect on the political evolution of the territories formerly in the British colonial empire. He also writes at length on the development of labor policy and administration, labor law and industrial relations. Treatment is by subject rather than by area.
ACCESSION #
17583558

 

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