This year book presents an annual survey to bring together references to themes examined in the past which have particular current relevance. It provides information on international affairs having a stereotyped and repetitive character for anticipating a "new" happening, or "modern" development.
Table of Contents
Trends and Events -- The Risks of a No-Risk Society -- The Scope and Limits of Détente -- The Strategic Balance -- Valéry Giscard D’Estaing -- Foreign Intervention in Africa (I) -- EEC-CMEA Relations -- Equality and Discrimination in International Economic Law (IX): -- Chinese Foreign Policy -- The Carter Administration and the Arab-Israeli Dispute -- U.S. Legislators and Statesmen -- The United States in (and out of) Vietnam -- The Panama Canal and Future United States Hemispheric Policy -- Pluralist America in a Hierarchic World -- Dilemmas of Defence Against National Liberation -- The Factor of Culture in the Global International Order -- A Realistic Jurisprudence of International Law -- The International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes -- International Arbitration Back in Favour? -- Present-Day Relevance of the Hague Peace System 1899–1979
Editor George W. Keeton