The utility of two sociological concepts in the study of international relations.
Imposed and self-imposed limits on American foreign policy; with special reference to South Vietnam, South Korea, and Nationalist China.
|JX9999 anthes||German demands for arament equality.||1|
|JX9999 Awuye||South Africa and Portuguese territories: a study in African diplomacy in the United Nations.||1|
|JX9999 Bacon||An analysis and criticism of public information methods employed by the United Nations.||1|
|JX9999 Bader||United States policy to the International Law Commission of the United Nations.||1|
|JX9999 Ballard||South West Africa, 1945-50.||1|
|JX9999 Ballis||The legal position of war: changes in its practice and theory from Plato to Vattel,||1|
|JX9999 Barke||Recent trends in the development of the status of the individual under international law.||1|
|JX9999 Beaupre||Canada and Latin America.||1|
|JX9999 Bell||Wiiliam Randolph Hearst and the League of Nations.||1|
|JX9999 Benjamin||A study of the Council on world Affairs, Cleveland, Ohio.||1|
|JX9999 Bergman||The role of the national legislature in international organization.||1|
The distinction between aggressive and defensive armament in diplomacy and strategy.
Attempts to define and limit "aggesssive" armament in diplomacy and strategy /
|JX9999 Bomberger||The campaign for American membership in the Permanent Court of International Justice.||1|
|JX9999 Booze||The impact of the Bermuda Conference as reflected in the leading newspapers of France, Great Britain and United States.||1|
|JX9999 Bracken||Arguments underlying passage of the Neutrality act of 1939.||1|
Intervention short of armed force in Latin America ...
Intervention short of armed force in Latin America.
|JX9999 Briscoe||A study of the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations.||1|
Major naval inventions and their consequences on international politics, 1814-1918.
Sea power in the machine age; major naval inventions and their consequences on international politics, 1814-1940,
|JX9999 Brown||A supranational nuclear deterrent system.||1|
|JX9999 Bruckner||The role of labor in the conduct of United States foreign affairs.||1|
|JX9999 Byrd||Quaker ways in foreign policy.||1|
|JX9999 Byrnes||Status of the rules of war in international law.||1|
|JX9999 Carlson||Rights of sovereignty in the Antarctic.||1|
|JX9999 Carranza||Nuclear proliferation and regional security in Latin America and South Asia : a comparative regional study /||1|
|JX9999 Cayley||The North Atlantic fisheries in United States-Canadian relations : a history of the fisheries problems, their settlements and attempted settlements, with special emphasis on the period since the establishment of the dominion of Canada.||1|
|JX9999 Chandler||The interpretation and effect of Article 16 of the Covenant of the League of nations.||1|
|JX9999 Chang||Rules of evidence in the permanent court of internation justice.||1|
|JX9999 Chlebicki||The debate on exchange of nuclear material and information with allies.||1|
|JX9999 Christensen||The international significance of foot-and-mouth disease in the Americas.||1|
Transit by air in international law.
Transit by air in international law...
|JX9999 Chu||The legal restrictions of various states on the right of aliens to own, inherit, and lease real property.||1|
|JX9999 Claspy||The termination of treaties to which the United States has been a party made before 1851.||1|
|JX9999 Cohen||Negotiation and the modern balance of power.||1|
|JX9999 Cooke||Major plans for elevation of living standards in the near eastern region, 1919-1950.||1|
|JX9999 Cramer||The role of the United Nations General Assembly in the settlement of disputes.||1|
|JX9999 Dabringhausen||The end of international pegged exchange rates? : how industries influence governments' ability to maintain a political exchange rate regime /||1|
|JX9999 Dahle||Anthony Eden's views on the nature and methods of international politics.||1|
|JX9999 Daley||The World court and international economic relations.||1|
|JX9999 Damm||National and international factors influencing cartel legislation in post-war Germany.||1|
|JX9999 Dangerfield||The effect of the Senate's participation in the ratification of treaties.||1|
|JX9999 Davidson||Edmund Burke's philosophy of international relations.||1|
|JX9999 Day||United States policy toward the veto in the UN.||1|
|JX9999 De Santis||The diplomacy of silence : the American Foreign Service, the Soviet Union and the cold war, 1933-1946 /||1|
|JX9999 Dibble||Turkey as ally and partner of the United States: 1947-1960.||1|
|JX9999 Dobie||Arbitration treaties before the senate since 1895.||1|
|JX9999 Dolby||The Venezuelan Claims fraud, 1866-1868||1|
|JX9999 Doren||Some phases of the peace movement in America from 1898 to 1923.||1|
|JX9999 Dunne||Changing phases of bipolar equilibrium : stability and instability in postwar international politics /||1|
|JX9999 Dux||The Germanic approach to the problem of international organization.||1|
|JX9999 Edelstein||Choosing friends and enemies : perceptions of intentions in international politics /||1|
|JX9999 Ellis||Nuremberg and guilt by association; the trial of the organizations.||1|
|JX9999 Englebright||Congress and the Monroe doctrine, 1850-1860.||1|
|JX9999 Essien-Udom||The development of self-government in the Trust Territories of Togoland.||1|
|JX9999 Ewing||A survey of reform proposals for Nato.||1|
|JX9999 Fairbanks||Arms, instability, and war : theoretical foundations of modern thought on arms races /||1|
The position of international law in reference to the nationalization by governments of their contracts with individuals.
The position of the smaller nations toward the voting procedure of the Security Council /
|JX9999 Faulkner||Diplomacy in a period of transition, 1648-1659.||1|
|JX9999 Fialka||International law and allied bombing of civilians during World War II||1|
|JX9999 Fischbach||Extraterritoriality and the Chinese Republic||1|