2 edition of America"s stake in international cooperation. found in the catalog.
America"s stake in international cooperation.
National Conference on UNESCO (4th 1953 University of Minnesota)
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 68-73
|Series||Department of State. Publication -- 5598, International organization and conference series, IV, UNESCO 23|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||73|
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America's stake in international cooperation; a report of the Fourth National Conference of the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Sept. Author.
Over the forty-five years since its inception, the OAS has been at the forefront of Pacific settlement mediation in the Americas and has sponsored a variety of scientific and educational programs. From the coup d'etat in Guatemala, to the more recent events in Haiti, the OAS has helped chart the diplomatic climate hi the Western Hemisphere.
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This is the latest example of how the United States is expanding security cooperation in the Indo-Pacific. “The American people and the whole world have a stake in the Indo-Pacific’s peace and prosperity,” Secretary of State Michael R.
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Inequality is the key issue in Latin America, along with education. Some of the richest people in the world are from Latin America – such as Carlos. Book Description: Protecting sovereignty while advancing American interests in the global age Such polemics distract Americans from what is really at stake in the sovereignty debate: namely, the ability of the United States to shape its destiny in a global age.
requires unprecedented international cooperation. But that practical reality. The book aims to provide policymakers, scholars, and the interested public with a less alarmist, and more sober, appreciation of what is actually at stake in the sovereignty debate.
In a search of fresh approaches to the longstanding problems targeted by the Sustainable Development Goals, the Japan International Cooperation Agency and the Global Economy and Development program at Brookings mounted a collaborative research effort to advance implementation of Agenda This edited volume is the product of that effort.
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