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U.S./U.N. relations, changing over time

Author: Arthur J GoldbergJames WigginsJohn ScaliAndrew YoungDonald F McHenryAll authors
Publisher: Atlanta, Ga. : SCIS, 1989.
Series: United Nations, issues of peace and conflict., program one.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Program One begins with a brief explanation of how the U.N. is structured and how it functions. The former U.S. ambassadors to the United Nations detail post-World War II American hopes for the U.N., observing that the gap between hopes and realities led to later U.S. conclusions that the U.N. was a failure. The Ambassadors then discuss U.S. funding and the level of U.S. influence in the U.N."
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives
Audiovisual instruction
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur J Goldberg; James Wiggins; John Scali; Andrew Young; Donald F McHenry; Jeane J Kirkpatrick; Brian Urquhart; Edwin Newman; Southern Center for International Studies.
OCLC Number: 495934765
Notes: 1st of 5 videocassette programs on the Atlanta meeting of former U.S. Ambassadors to the United Nations.
Performer(s): Moderator, Edwin Newman ; respondent, Sir Brian Urquhart ; panelists, Arthur Goldberg, James Wiggins, John Scali, Andrew Young, Donald McHenry, Jeane Kirpatrick.
Description: 1 videocassette (30 min., 43 sec.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 booklet.
Details: VHS format.
Series Title: United Nations, issues of peace and conflict., program one.
Responsibility: produced by SCIS, the Southern Center for International Studies.

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"Program One begins with a brief explanation of how the U.N. is structured and how it functions. The former U.S. ambassadors to the United Nations detail post-World War II American hopes for the U.N., observing that the gap between hopes and realities led to later U.S. conclusions that the U.N. was a failure. The Ambassadors then discuss U.S. funding and the level of U.S. influence in the U.N."

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