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Foreign Relations of the United States

Foreign relations of the United States, 1948. General; the United Nations (in two parts)

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United States Department of State
Foreign relations of the United States, 1948. General; the United Nations (in two parts)
Volume I, Part 1
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1948

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[Title page] Foreign relations of the United States, 1948: volume I. General; the United Nations (in two parts): part 1, pp. [I]-[II]

Preface, Franklin, William M. pp. III-IV

Contents, pp. V ff.

[Introduction] Introductory note, pp. VII-XII

List of abbreviations and symbols, pp. XIII-XVI

Organization and arrangements for the conduct of United States relations with the United Nations, pp. 1-20

General United States policy toward the United Nations, pp. 21-88

United States position regarding proposal for a General Assembly resolution appealing to the Great Powers to renew their efforts to compose their differences and establish a lasting peace, pp. 89-97

The United States at the United Nations: the United States position regarding certain problems of United Nations organization and procedure, pp. 98-274

United States policy regarding certain questions relating to Article 73 of the Charter of the United Nations (non-self-governing territories outside the United Nations trusteeship system), pp. 275-288

Human rights questions at the third regular session of the General Assembly: the United States position, pp. 289-306

The United States and the United Nations conference on freedom of information, held at Geneva, Switzerland, March 23-April 21, 1948, pp. 307-310

United States policy at the United Nations with respect to the regulation of armaments and collective security: the international control of atomic energy; regulation of conventional armaments; efforts toward agreements placing armed forces at the disposal of the Security Council, pp. 311-505 ff.

Index, pp. [i]-xv ff.

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