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By Stephen B. Bull, Tim Newark

ISBN-10: 1857532708

ISBN-13: 9781857532708

This paintings examines the strategies, gear and uniforms of the Britsh military in the course of the First global struggle. Richly illustrated, it info not just the carrier gown, regimental differences and badges, but additionally the private gear and guns.

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Trade policy see, among the others, Alfred E. S. Trade Policy: Decisions in Perspective (Athens, OH, 2000), 49–51. 21 Asbeek Brusse, Tariffs, Trade, and European Integration, 119 and 131–9. 22 Irwin, “The GATT in Historical Perspective”; Asbeek Brusse, Tariffs, Trade, and European Integration, 119. 1 GATT rounds and their main results Year Round and number of attending countries Average depth of tariff cuts in percent ad valorem in the industrial sector Number of tariff concessions exchanged 1947 Geneva 23 19 45,000 1949 Annecy 29 2 5,000 1951 Torquay 32 3 8,700 1956 Geneva 33 2 2,700 Dillon 39 8 4,400 1960–62 23 Source: data elaborated from Asbeek Brusse, Tariffs, Trade, and European Integration, 118 and Hoekman and Kostecki, The Political Economy of the World Trading System, 101.

Initiatives were taken to reduce capital outflows, stabilize the dollar and Survey on Current Business, Washington, DC, 1968. – Western Europe relations see Francis J. Gavin, Gold, Dollars, and Power: The Politics of International Monetary Relations, 1958–1971 (Chapel Hill, NC, 2004). The literature on monetary problems for this period is vast. See, among the others, Susan Strange, International Monetary Relations (London, 1976); vol. ), International Economic Relations of the Western World, 1959–1971 (London, 1976); Harold James, International Monetary Cooperation since 1945 (Washington, DC, 1996); Barry J.

D. dissertation, 1996, 65–117. 20 The Making of a World Trading Power was made, and any problems that arose would be pragmatically resolved in future GATT rounds. ”14 The priority of having the EEC fully settled pushed the Eisenhower administration to put aside any doubts on the potential discriminatory effects of the Treaty of Rome and any negotiations on its most controversial aspect, until after the EEC was firmly established. In truth, not all members of the Eisenhower administration shared a belief in the wisdom of this approach, and latent concerns remained.

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