|Title:||Environmental Mediation and Conflict Management: A Selection of Papers Presented at the 5th Annual Conference of the Naep, Washington Dc, April 21-23|
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|Publisher:||Pergamon Pr (January 1, 1982)|
This book contains 12 competitive papers presented at the Second Biannual Conference of the International Association for Conflict Management.
Conference documents and supplementary papers, pp. ff. General questions, pp. 609-642. European questions, pp. 643-1222. Appendix a. Miko ajczyk notes on a meeting of the Foreign Ministers and on Polish-American and Polish-Soviet conversations at the Berlin conference, pp. 1517-1542. Appendix b. French reaction to decisions of the Berlin Conference, pp. 1543-1566. Appendix c. Protocol of proceedings and communiqué of the Yalta Conference, pp. 1567-1581. Appendix d. Bohlen post-conference memoranda on two Truman-Stalin meetings at the Berlin Conference, pp. 1582-1588. Appendix e. Addenda, pp. 1589-1600.
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