Academic freedom; agenda for peace; Bonn agreements, 1952; budget of the UN; chemical and bacteriological warfare; Congo, UN operation in; crime and justice, United Nations interregional research institute; disarmament week; family, international year; greenhouse effect; human rights, world conference on; illiteracy; infant mortality and life expectancy; just and unjust war; KGB; languages, official; life expectancy in the world; mafia; Mujaheddin; nuclear safety standards; organization of Arab petroleum exporting countries; recognition of states and governments; restitution of works of art; sanctions; satellite remote sensing system, UN project; shelter for the homeless; status of women, commission on; tax treaties; United Nations officials; vaccination, WHO actions and certificates; value added tax; voice of America; war crimes and UN resolutions; xenophobia; zero option and zero-zero option. (Part contents).
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