Good in good dust jacket. Ex-library. structurally intact, slight yellowing to pages, minimal soil and overall wear, library system withdrawn with typical markings and pocket, cello cover over dust jacket has kept book in better overall condition. Check our rating, buy with confidence here! During this brief span the United States has been plunged from isolation and invulnerablility into involvement almost everywhere, into chronic insecurity and into the unfamiliar responsibilities of world leader 234 pages. Includes index, bibliographical references.
Very Good+ in Very Good jacket. Ex-Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Call numbers on label on spine of d/j under mylar, d/j taped on, library name stamp on top and bottom page edges, withdrawn stamps inside front and rear covers, pocket in rear. (Lowest number on the number line is a 2). 234 pages.
234 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Very good condition. FOREIGN POLICY. Since World War II traditional relations among nations have been almost wholly transformed by technology, ideology, nuclear arms, the population explosion and the liberation of Asia and Africa. During this brief time span the United States has been plunged from isolation and invulnerability into involvement almost everywhere, into chronic insecurity and into the unfamiliar responsibilities of world leadership. From the perspective of thirty-five years in the United States Foreign Service, Ambassador Yost assesses in this book how well the United States has been meeting these responsibilities. Includes an Index. (Key Words: Charles Yost, Foreign Affairs, United States, International Relations, Foreign Relations, Vietnam War, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, NATO, George C. Marshall, Lyndon B. Johnson, China, Germany, Dean Acheson).
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