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Uniform title: Dialogue (Paris, France : 1962)
Paris : Congress for Cultural Freedom, 1962-1963
Kukche munje = Journal of international affairs
國際問題 = Journal of international affairs
Sŏul Tʻŭkpyŏlsi : Kŭktong Munje Yŏnʾguso
서울特別市 : 極東問題研究所
[Washington, D.C.] : Foreign Broadcast Information Branch
[Bonn/Rhein : Bundeszentrale fur Heimatdienst, 1953-
NewspaperNewspaper, OnlineOnline
Uniform title: Diplomat (Karachi, Pakistan)
Karachi : Mahmudul Aziz for Diplomat Publications, 1957-
Melbourne : Victorian League of Rights, 1951-1999
Uniform title: Mezinarodni vztahy (Prague, Czech Republic : 1966)
Praha : Ustav pro mezinarodni politiku a ekonomii, 1966-
's-Gravenhage : Nederlandsch Genootschap voor Internationale Zaken
Guo ji wen ti yi cong
Beijing Shi : Shi jie zhi shi she, 1953-
北京市 : 世界知識社, 1953-
Guo ji xian shi
Taibei : Guo ji xian shi zhou kan she, 1956-1988
臺北 : 國際現勢周刋社, 1956-1988
Uniform title: Interstate (Aberystwyth, Wales)
[Aberystwyth] : Dept of International Politics, University College of Wales
Saskatoon, Sask. : United People
Uniform title: Mezinárodní vztahy (Prague, Czech Republic : 1966). English. Selections
Praha : The Institute at the Panorama
Warszawa : Polski Instytut Spraw Miedzynarodowych, 1948-
[Columbus, Ohio, etc.] American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies [etc.]
Bruxelles, Institut royal des relations internationales, Centre interuniversitaire de recherche independant
Indianapolis, Ind. : UFSI, 1988-1991
Bruxelles : Institut royal des relations internationales, -1974
Ottawa : Bureau of Current Affairs, Dept. of National Defence
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