Your Diplomacy

Morris, Roger
January 1977
New Republic;1/22/77, Vol. 176 Issue 4, p15
Deals with the factors to consider in the development and implementation of the U.S. foreign policy. Function of the Trilateral Commission; Suspension of indiscriminate arms trade; Concern on five areas, people, money, secrecy, morality and power, in framing foreign policy; Development of a mechanism by which mayors and governors would review foreign affairs expenditures.


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