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Conditional partners Eisenhower, the United Nations, and the search for a permanent peace

Pruden begins by describing the administration's policy-making structure and the principal players' views on the UN. She then examines the early months of the Eisenhower presidency, investigating the loyalty program established for American employees at the UN and the psychological warfare waged against the Soviet Union. Carefully detailing the United States' attempt to use the UN to resolve the threats to international peace that arose in Korea, Indochina, Guatemala, the Suez, Hungary, and the Congo, she explores a variety of thematic issues - including the administration's disarmament policy at the UN and its approach to decolonization and the growing demands of the Third World.

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  • "Pruden begins by describing the administration's policy-making structure and the principal players' views on the UN. She then examines the early months of the Eisenhower presidency, investigating the loyalty program established for American employees at the UN and the psychological warfare waged against the Soviet Union. Carefully detailing the United States' attempt to use the UN to resolve the threats to international peace that arose in Korea, Indochina, Guatemala, the Suez, Hungary, and the Congo, she explores a variety of thematic issues - including the administration's disarmament policy at the UN and its approach to decolonization and the growing demands of the Third World."@en
  • "Pruden begins by describing the administration's policy-making structure and the principal players' views on the UN. She then examines the early months of the Eisenhower presidency, investigating the loyalty program established for American employees at the UN and the psychological warfare waged against the Soviet Union. Carefully detailing the United States' attempt to use the UN to resolve the threats to international peace that arose in Korea, Indochina, Guatemala, the Suez, Hungary, and the Congo, she explores a variety of thematic issues - including the administration's disarmament policy at the UN and its approach to decolonization and the growing demands of the Third World."

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