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The Interparliamentary UnionSep. 4, 1925
The League of Nations - September 1926Sep. 3, 1926
World Organization After the WarSep. 4, 1942
Bills of RightsJan. 25, 1945
Bretton Woods AgreementsApr. 27, 1945
National SovereigntyJun. 12, 1945
Equal Rights AmendmentApr. 4, 1946
Veto Power in United NationsSep. 18, 1946
International PolicingNov. 21, 1947
International Control of Atomic EnergyFeb. 4, 1948
Revision of the United NationsMay 28, 1948
Press and StateSep. 21, 1948
Forced LaborApr. 27, 1949
Italian ColoniesSep. 16, 1949
Representation in the United NationsOct. 10, 1950
Rehabilitation of KoreaAug. 24, 1951
Treaties and Domestic LawMar. 28, 1952
New Aproaches to Atomic ControlFeb. 10, 1954
Red China and the United NationsSep. 15, 1954
Problem of FormosaFeb. 16, 1955
Middle East ConflictsApr. 13, 1955
Controlled DisarmamentJul. 11, 1955
Forced Labor and SlaveryMar. 21, 1956
Policing by United NationsJan. 9, 1957
Struggle for DisarmamentFeb. 25, 1960
United Nations: 1945–1960Jun. 20, 1960
Russia and United NationsMar. 29, 1961
United Nations ReorganizationSep. 12, 1961
United Nations FinancingMar. 7, 1962
Afro-Asians in United NationsSep. 18, 1963
World Trade ParleysMar. 11, 1964
United Nations PeacekeepingAug. 19, 1964
Relations With Red ChinaNov. 25, 1964
Future of the United NationsOct. 5, 1966
Israeli ProspectsAug. 2, 1967
Human Rights ProtectionApr. 3, 1968
Reconciliation with ChinaJun. 16, 1971
United Nations at ThirtyAug. 29, 1975
Deep-Sea MiningOct. 6, 1978
A Revitalized United Nations in the 1990sJul. 27, 1990
United Nations At 50Aug. 18, 1995
The United Nations and Global SecurityFeb. 27, 2004
Stopping GenocideAug. 27, 2004
International LawDec. 17, 2004
World PeacekeepingApr. 2007
Reforming the U.N.Jun. 24, 2016
Military ReadinessNov. 3, 2017
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