Shepherd, George W.,

Racial influences on American foreign policy, edited by George W. Shepherd, Jr. - New York, Basic Books [c1970] - x, 238 p. 22 cm.

Papers from a series of conferences held by the Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver, from 1967 to 1969.

Includes bibliographical references.

Race and color in world affairs / The race problem and international relations / Racial problems and American foreign policy / The civil-rights movement and American foreign policy / Race relations and United States policy in Asia / Race and national cohesion in Latin America / Counterracism in new African polities / Race in Africa: United States foreign policy / Southern Africa and United States policy: a consideration of alternatives / The racial dimension of United States intervention in Africa and Asia / Harold R. Isaacs -- C. Eric Lincoln -- Paul Seabury -- James A. Moss -- Robert A. Scalapino -- Kalman H. Silvert -- George W. Shepherd, Jr. -- Rupert Emerson -- John Marcum -- George W. Shepherd, Jr. Conclusion:


Race discrimination--United States.

United States--Foreign relations--20th century.