Soviets in International Organizations
Changing Policy toward Developing Countries, 1953-1963
Alvin Z. Rubinstein
Focusing on the relationship between the Soviet Union and the leading Afro-Asian neutralists, Professor Rubinstein studies Soviet policy and behavior in international organizations concerned with promoting the economic and social welfare of developing countries. He has made a thorough examination of the records of many such organizations, including the Economic and Social Council, the Technical Assistance Committee, and the International Labor Organization. To gain insight into the conduct and objectives of Soviet representatives at meetings of these groups, and into the behavior of Soviet nationals employed in international secretariats, the author undertook extensive interviewing of neutralist, Communist, and Western officials in New York, Geneva, Vienna, Bangkok, and New Delhi.
First published in 1964.
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