Dumbarton Oaks: The Origins of the United Nations and the Search for Postwar Security

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UNC Press Books, Feb 1, 2001 - Political Science - 340 pages
Hilderbrand explains why, with the Second World War moving toward an Allied victory in the summer of 1944, the United States, Great Britain, the Soviet Union, and China began to give greater priority to protecting their own sovereignty than to preventing
 

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Contents

Preparing for Peace
5
Preparing for the Conference
30
The Conference Begins
67
Plans and Principles
85
The Assembly and the Court
108
The Security Council
122
A World of Troubles
159
Impasse
183
Conflict and Compromise
209
Bring on the Chinese
229
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Robert Hilderbrand is professor of history at University of South Dakota.

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