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International Civil Aviation Organization (1955)
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    International Law and Relations (Review)
    International Civil Aviation Organization, by Jacob Schenkman
    1. International Civil Aviation Organization by Jacob Schenkman
    American Political Science Review, June 1958, p. 581
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    Recent Books on International Relations (23 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. Russia Leaves the War by George F. Kennan
    2. The United States in World Affairs, 1954 by Richard P. Stebbins
    3. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1955 by Paul E. Zinner
    4. Power and Community by Robert Strausz-Hupe
    5. The Heresy of Democracy by Lord Eustace Percy
    6. The Secret of Democracy by Suzanne Labin
    7. The United Nations and Human Rights by James Frederick Green
    8. Behind the U.N. Front by Alice Widener
    9. International Civil Aviation Organization by Jacob Schenkman
    10. Swords Into Plowshares by Inis L. Claude, Jr.
    11. The Right of Nations to Expand by Conquest by Raymond J. De Martini
    12. International Law and Asylum as a Human Right by Manuel R. Garcia-Mora
    13. Non-Intervention by Ann Van Wynen Thomas and A.J. Thomas, Jr.
    14. The Price of Peace by Charles G. Bolte
    15. The United States and World Sea Power by Elmer B. Potter and J.R. Fredland
    16. Treaties and Federal Constitutions by James McLeod Hendry
    17. Voting in Democracies by Enid Lakeman and James D. Lambert
    18. The Second International, 1889-1914 by G.D.H. Cole
    19. Red Challenge to America by Brantley Burcham
    20. The Foreign Correspondents by Theodore Edward Kruglak
    21. Always the Unexpected by Louis P. Lochner
    22. Essays Presented to Sir Lewis Namier by Richard Pares and A.J.P. Taylor
    23. The Diplomat's Wife by Richard Fyfe Boyce
    Foreign Affairs, October 1956, pp. 151-153