The United Nations in the World Political Economy: Essays in Honour of Leon Gordenker
David P. Forsythe
Macmillan, 1989 - Gordenker, Leon, 1923- - 239 pages
The contributions to this volume examine the economic influences on international politics and the role of the United Nations. Pursuing the theme of the dynamics of international cooperation, 13 authors look at the principal UN organs and their leading economic and social concerns.
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