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Journal: 13:3
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In a limited sense, the United States seems to be moving towards a situation comparable to that after World War I. The continuation of conflict as a normal pattern of international relations, growing disillusionment with the European Community, and the traumatic results of the attempt at “nation-building” in Southeast Asia—all these have combined with a pressing national agenda to resurrect feelings of...

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Journal: 13:3
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J. Reuben Clark’s brief written statements about the United Nations have helped to set the attitudes of many members of the Mormon Church toward the U.N. and have been widely used by some groups to influence others against the United Nations. However natural it is for the political attitudes of a single Mormon leader to influence the attitudes of so many of the Church’s members, it is highly unusual that...

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Journal: 7:2
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When this article was published in 1966, China and the Soviet Union were experiencing political friction, despite their previous friendship under Communism. Here the authors explain that to understand any international conflict, one must understand the perceptions and attitudes of those nations’ decision-makers. The authors reach into the past, examining the political atmospheres in each country at the time...

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Journal: 14:1
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