International relations: cooperation and conflict. by Charles P. Schleicher

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First published in 1954 under title: Introduction to international relations.

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LC ClassificationsJX1391 .S36 1962
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Pagination651 p.
Number of Pages651
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Open LibraryOL5852426M
LC Control Number62012975

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