Hughes, Thomas L.
April 1972
Foreign Affairs;Apr1972, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p476
Focuses on the international politics and economics of the 20th century. Differences among governments; Domestic opposition to foreign policies; Formal intergovernmental relations.


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