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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Council on Foreign Relations.
Some problems of international policing.
New York 
|All Authors / Contributors:||Council on Foreign Relations.|
Reproduced from typewritten copy.
|Description:||56 leaves folded map 28 x 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Introductory note: The problem which confronts us, by Grayson Kirk.--The distinction between war and policing, by P.S. Wild, jr.--When and how an international force might be employed, by E.P. Warner.--The composition of international force, by Grayson Kirk and E.P. Warner.--The organization of an airforce for international policing, by T.P. Wright.--The selection of bases for use by international forces, by H.W. Baldwin, Grayson Kirk and E.P. Warner.--A critical analysis of international policing problems, by G.F. Eliot.--American participation in international police activities, by P.S. Wild, jr.|
|Series Title:||Publications of the Council on Foreign Relations.|