The Other State Department: the United States Mission to the United Nations: Its Role in the Making of Foreign Policy

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The "Other"
State Department

The United States Mission
to the United Nations—
Its Role in the
Making of Foreign Policy

ARNOLD BEICHMAN

FOREWORD BY LELAND M. GOODRICH,
JAMES T. SHOTWELL PROFESSOR OF
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS,
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

Basic Books, Inc., Publishers

NEW YORK / LONDON

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  • Title Page *
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface xiii
  • Contents xxi
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • 2 - The Un and American Foreign Policy 19
  • 3 - The United States Mission Its Legal Structure 37
  • 4 - The Un and Multilateral Diplomacy: Social and Political 46
  • 5 - Usun and How It Functions 72
  • 6 - The Assistant Secretary of State and the Chief of Mission: Who Rules? 88
  • 7 - Henry Cabot Lodge, 1953-1960 106
  • 8 - The Usun Chief 126
  • 9 - Adlai Stevenson: 1961-1965 143
  • 10 - Arthur J. Goldberg 164
  • 11 - The Early Days 177
  • 12 - Congress and Usun 189
  • 13 - State Department and Usun: Who, Whom? 200
  • Name Index 213
  • Subject Index 217
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