First published in 1981. The Council of the London Institute of World Affairs has carefully reconsidered the lessons to be drawn from the Institute's record in its first half-century and reshaped its plans of activities for the 1980s. As in an earlier "cold peace" era, the Council is united in its resolve not to be taken by surprise by any of the contingencies that, on a darkening world scene , must be anticipated in medium-range planning.
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TRENDS AND EVENTS, HEGEMONY AND NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION, FOREIGN INTERVENTION IN AFRICA (II) "CONGRESSIONAL IMPERIALISM" AND HUMAN-RIGHTS POLICY, DISSENT IN POST-STALINIST RUSSIA, HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE HELSINKI-BELGRADE PROCESS, EQUALITY AND DISCRIMINATION IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW (X): DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION UNCTAD V: LESSONS UNLEARNED, EXTERNAL INDEBTEDNESS OF LESS DEVELOPED COUNTRIES, TURMOIL AND THE POLITIES OF THE THIRD WORLD, CHINA'S VIEW OF THE WORLD, APARTHEID AND THE WEST, BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES IN THE THE PANAMA CANAL TREATIES: LOCKS ON THE BARN DOOR, FUNCTIONALISM AND FOUNDATIONS IN THE UNITED STATES, NEW ZEALAND AND THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY, CATASTROPHE THEORY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, THE CRISIS OF MODERNITY IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, THE ANTARCTIC ENVIRONMENT, DETENTE AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
Keeton, George W.; Schwarzenberger, Georg