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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1950. National security affairs; foreign economic policy
(1950)

[Introduction] Introductory note,   pp. VII-VIII PDF (662.5 KB)


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INTRODUCTORY NOTE
  Beginning with the year 1950, American Foreign Policy, a com-
panion-series to Foreign Relations of the United States, provides
systematic coverage of the principal messages, addresses, statements,
and reports made in a given period that indicate the scope, goals, and
implementation of the foreign policy of the United States. Coverage
for the six years beginning in 1950 is given in Americain Foreign
Policy, 1950-1955: Basic Documents (Department of State publi-
cation 6446, two volumes, released in 1957), organized as follows:
    Volume I
          I. Principles and Objectives of American Foreign Policy
          II. The United Nations
        III. Postwar Settlements
        IV. Armistice Agreements: Near East, Korea, Indo-China
        V. Basic Security Treaties of the United States
        VI. European Regional Arrangements
        VII. Middle Eastern Regional Arrangements
      VIII. Western Hemisphere Developments
        IX. Western Europe
    Volume II
           X. Germany, Austria, and European Security
           XI. The Soviet Union
         XII. Eastern European Communist Regimes and the Bal-
XIII.
  XIV.
  XV.
  XVI.
  XVII.
XVIII.
  XIX.
  XX.
  tic States
Near and Middle East, South Asia, and Africa
The Far East and Southeast Asia
Korea
Disarmament and the Control of Atomic Energy
Foreign Economic Policies-Trade and Tariffs
Foreign Aid-Economic, Military, and Technological
International Information and and Educational Ex-
  change Programs
Organization and Special Responsibilities of the De-
  partment of State and the Foreign      Service
  Additional materials for 1950 are given in Public Papers of the
Presidents of the United States: Harry S. Truman, 1950 (Washing-
ton, Government Printing Office, 1965), and in the Department of
State Bulletin (issued weekly).
  For detailed information on the organization, personnel, and activ-
ities of the Department and the Foreign Service, see the Bulletin
and the following serial publications of the Department:
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