The United States and the United Nations, Promoting the Public Welfare: Examples of American Co-Operation, 1945-1955

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VOLUMES PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED IN THIS SERIES
TitleSponsor (with the Carnegie Endowment)
AUSTRALIA AND THE UNITED NATIONS Australian Institute of International Affairs,
Melbourne
LA BELGIQUE ET LES NATIONS UNIES Institut Royal des Relations Internationales,
Brussels
BRITAIN AND THE UNITED UNIES Royal Institute of International Affairs,
London
BRITAIN AND THE UNITED NATIONS Canadian Institute of International Affairs,
Toronto
CHINA AND THE UNITED NATIONS China Institute of International Affairs,
Taipei
DENMARK AND THE UNITED NATIONSProf. Max Sørensen, University of Aarhus,
Aarhus
EGYPT AND THE UNITED NATIONS Egyptian Society of Internationales Law, Cairo
LA GRECE ET LES NATIONS UNIES Société d'Etudes Inetrnaionales, Athens
INDIA AND THE UNITED NATIONS India Council of World Affairs, New Delhi
ISRAEL AND THE UNITED NATIONS Hebrew University, Jerusalem
ITALY AND THE UNITED NATIONS Società Italiana per la Organizzazione Inter-
nazionale, Rome
JAPAN AND THE UNITED NATIONS Japanese Association of International Law,
Tokyo
MEXICO AND THE UNITED NATIONS El Colegio de Mexico, Mexico City
LA SUISSE ET LES NATIONS UNIESProf. Paul Guggenheim, Institut Universitaire
de Hautes Etudes Internationales, Geneva
SWEDEN AND THE UNITED NATIONS Institute of International Affairs, Stockholm
THE UNITED STATES AND THE UNITED
NATIONS: THE PUBLIC VIEW, 1945-1955
Survey Research Center, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor
URUGUAY AND THE UNITED NATIONS Institute of International Law, Montevideo
Concluding Volumes
L'ETAT SOUVERAIN ET L'ORGANISATION
INTERNATIONALE
Maurice Bourquin, Professor of International
LAW, Institut Universitiare de Hautes
Etudes Internationales, University of
Geneva
THE NATIONS AND THE UNITED
NATIONS
Robert M. Maclver, Lieber Professor
Emeritus of political Philosophy and
Sociology, Columbia University, New York
City

PRINTED BY BRÜDER ROSENBAUM, VIENNA ( AUSTRIA)

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