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Annual review of United Nations affairs
Bib ID 2296579
Format JournalJournal
Description Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. [etc.] Oceana Publications [etc.] 
v. 24 cm. 
ISSN 0066-4340  0066-4340 
Summary

Contains the proceedings of the 1st- Institute for Annual Review of United Nations Affairs, New York University, 1949-

Numbering Note Vols. for <1977- > issued in parts. 
Notes

Editor: 1949- C. Eagleton.

Vols. for 1949- issued by the New York University Graduate Program of Studies in United Nations and World Affairs in cooperation with the Dept. of Public Information of the United Nations.

Has occasional special supplement, 1958: Chronology of the United Nations; 1964- : Chronology and fact book of the United Nations.

Life Dates 1949- 
Has Supplement

Chronology of the United Nations

Chronology and fact book of the United Nations 0888-370X

Frequency Annual 
Index/Finding Aid Note 1949-1965/66, in 1965/66. 
Subjects United Nations - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Eagleton, Clyde, 1891-1958, ed  |  New York University. Graduate Program of Studies in United Nations and World Affairs  |  Institute for Annual Review of United Nations Affairs
Also Titled

The reform of the United Nations

Available From Oceana Publications, 75 Main St., Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. 10522 

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