Publication Year

1974

Keywords

Nationalism, bloc-voting, Arab League, international relations, United Nations, general assembly sessions

Disciplines

International and Area Studies | International Law | International Relations | Near and Middle Eastern Studies | Political Science

Abstract

It should be recognized from the outset that the following study is more an excercise in applied methodology and survey technique than a narrative of the relations between the Arab League and the United Nations. The author has chosen to forgo a comprehensive examination of the Arab League at the United Nations and, instead, focussed upon three select General Assembly sessions from which all empirical findings herein are derived.

Department 1 Awarding Honors Status

International Relations

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