Irish Diplomacy at the United Nations 1945-65: National Interests and the International Order

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Irish diplomacy at the United Nations in the post-war era constitutes a compelling chapter in the history of Irish foreign policy. In this period the Irish delegation played a highly visible, constructive role in the General Assembly. Memorable figures like Frank Aiken, Freddy Boland, Eamon Kennedy, Conor Cruise OBrien and Maire MacEntee pursued Irelands interests and, simultaneously, contributed to the international order. They mitigated Cold War tensions; fostered decolonization efforts in Africa and Asia; supported the ...

Irish Diplomacy at the United Nations 1945-65: National Interests and the International Order 1997, Irish Academic Press, Dublin, Ireland

ISBN-13: 9780716525745

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Irish Diplomacy at the United Nations 1945-65: National Interests and the International Order 1997, Irish Academic Press, County Dublin

ISBN-13: 9780716526254

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