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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1951. The United Nations; the Western Hemisphere
(1951)

The United Nations,   pp. 1-869 PDF (338.7 MB)


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FOREIGN RELATIONS, 195.1,V VOLUME 11
Alternate United States Governor....
    James E. Webb
 United States Executive Director
   Frank A. Southard, Jr.
 Alternate United States Executive Director
   John S. Hooker
 International Telecommunication Union
 United States representative, Administirative Couincil
   Francis Colt de-Wolf   "
 Alternate United States representative, Administrative Council ...:.
   Harvey B. Otterman
 United Nations Educationl,1cintific anod Cultural- Org a"nization
 American member in personal capacity 'on- Executiveý Board (elected
     by organization itself)
   Luther H. Evans
 Universal Postal Union
 United States member, Executive Liaison Committee
   John M. Redding
 Alternate United States member, Executive Liaison Committee
   John J. Gillen
 World Health Organization
 United States member, Executive Board
   Dr. H. van Zile Hyde
 World Meteorological Organization
 United States representative, Executive Council, and president
   Francis W. Reichelderfer
PPS Files, Lot 64 D 563
Abstract of Office of Intelligence Research Report, "Conflicts Between
   United States Aims in the UN and Those of Certain Blocs"'
SECRET                          [WASHINGTON,] September 10, 1951.
No. 5524
The Arab States
  Despite dynastic and political rifts among themselves, the Arab
states are probably the most cohesive non-Soviet bloc in the UN. How-
ever, even the Arab states act as a unit only on issues clearly affecting
their common regional interests such as Palestine. This and related
  'As an intelligence report, nothing in this document represented either
a state-
ment of United States or Department of State policy or a recommendation of
any given policy.
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