First published in 1984. The final volume. 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. It is thus only in keeping with comparable action taken in earlier phases of the Institute's existence that the Council has decided to suspend the publication of the Year Book after this Volume.
Table of Contents
1984 AND BEYOND LONDON INSTITUTE OF WORLD AFFAIRS: 1934-1984, FOCUS ON WORLD AFFAIRS, Selected L.l. W.A. Material, 1934-1984, POWER POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL ORDER, Pre-Charter Origins and Post-Charter Views, THE FLEET, THE FALKLANDS AND THE FUTURE, LATIN AMERICA AND THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, THE FALKLANDS, THE LAW AND THE WAR AMERICA'S DIPLOMATIC INITIATIVE IN THE MIDDLE EAST, PLURALISM AND FOREIGN POLICY: THE STATES AND THE MANAGEMENT OF AUSTRALIA'S EXTERNAL RELATIONS, RUSSIA AND POLAND IN THE LIGHT OF HISTORY, THE SOUTHERN AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT CO-ORDINATION CONFERENCE, EQUALITY AND DISCRIMINATION IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW (XII): THE PROPOSED GLOBAL, SYSTEM OF TRADE PREFERENCES AMONG DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, THE NEW INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC ORDER, THE REAGAN ADMINISTRATION AND SUPER-POWER NUCLEAR RELATIONS, AND THE GENEVA TALKS, BEIRUT1982 An Interdisciplinary Test Case
Keeton, George W; Schwarzenberger, Georg