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Protagonists, power, and the Third World: essays on the changing international system. Special editor of this volume: Wayne Wilcox.


Philadelphia, 1969.

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Other Authors Wilcox, Wayne Ayres.
Subjects Echanges. Aides. Généralités.
Economie. Pays en développement.
Government -- Essays.
Politics -- Essays.
Politique internationale. Etudes. Après 1953.
Politique internationale. Tiers monde.
World politics -- 1965-1975.
World politics.
Series Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 386.
Description viii, 252 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1969.
Notes Copy 1 H1 .A4 volume 386 With : America's changing role as a world leader / James C. Charlesworth. Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1969. Bound together subsequent to publication. DLC
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Presidents, politics, and international intervention / Paul Y. Hammond -- A view from Washington / Thomas Perry Thornton -- The Soviet Union and the Third World : purpose in search of power / Fritz Ermarth -- "One percent" : the problem of economic aid / Lev Stepanov -- The Third World and the great powers / Sisir Gupta -- Peking's revolutionary strategy in the developing world : the failures of success / Thomas W. Robinson -- India and the Soviet Union / Dietmar Rothermund -- Can a ministate find true happiness in a world dominated by protagonist powers? : the Nepal case / Lee E. Rose and Roger Dial -- The New states and the international society / Linda B. Miller -- Nuclear technology, weapons, and the Third World / Ciro Zoppo -- Third World modernization in transnational perspective / Terence K. Hopkins -- Europe and the Third World / Peter Lyon -- Recent trends in international economics / Arthur I. Bloomfield.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)56774
(OCoLC)ocm00056774
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