The United Nations and U.S. foreign policy : a new look at the national interest / by Lincoln P. Bloomfield.

Boston, Little, Brown, [1960] .

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Other Title United Nations and United States foreign policy
Subjects Diplomatic relations.
EE. UU. -- Relaciones exteriores -- 1945.
Política mundial -- 1945.
United Nations -- United States.
United Nations.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989.
United States.
World politics -- 1945-1989.
World politics.
Series UN project (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for International Studies)
Description 276 pages ; 21 cm.
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Copyright Date [1960]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents I. The United Nations and the national interest -- One. The place of the United Nations in national strategy -- Introduction -- The obstacles to planning -- New directions in planning -- Two. Strategic doctrine and national interest--a guide for planning -- The historical setting -- The national interest -- The meaning of national interest -- The larger national interest -- American goals -- II. The United Nations and national security -- Three. The changing setting for military strategy -- Four. General war and limited war -- Deterrence -- General war -- Limited East-West hostilities -- Five. -- Lesser conflicts and a U.N. force -- A nonfighting international force -- The difficulties and a proposal -- United States policy -- Six. Subversion and indirect aggression -- Seven. Disarmament -- The uses of the United Nations -- III. The United Nations and the Cold War -- Eight. The changing Soviet view of the changing United Nations -- The U.S. view of the Communist system -- The Soviet view of the United Nations -- Nine. The U.N. influence on communism -- Direct influence: illusion and reality -- Common interests + Communist vulnerabilities -- IV. Toward a more stable world -- Ten. The settlement of international disputes -- The United Nations as neutral ground -- U.N. "presence" -- The U.N. Secretariat and international disputes -- Eleven. Peaceful change -- Disputed areas -- International waterways -- Antarctica and outer space -- Twelve. The underdeveloped countries -- Economic development and the United Nations -- Ideology and economic policy -- The population problem -- Thirteen. The liquidation of Western colonial rule -- Colonialism and free world unity -- Colonialism and U.S. policy -- The road ahead -- Fourteen. Constructive alternatives for the new nationalism -- V. The goal of world order -- Fifteen. The basis for planning -- Sixteen. The creation of community -- The creation of limited communities -- Seventeen. Toward a rule of law -- Legal and political disputes -- A more lawful world order -- A perspective -- Appendix. The mechanics of U.S. participation in the United Nations -- Index.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)505203
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WorldCat Identities Bloomfield, Lincoln P., 1920-2013.
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