Bridging East and West : the establishment of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in the United States foreign policy of bridge building, 1964-1972
- Riska-Campbell, Leena.
- Helsinki : Finnish Society of Science and Letters, 2011.
- Physical Description
- xii, 608 p. ; 25 cm.
Commentationes scientiarum socialium, 75.
- "Examines the foreign policies of the United States through the prism of science and technology. In the focal point of scrutiny is the policy establishing the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and the development of the multilateral part of bridge building in American foreign policy during the 1960s and early 1970s. After a long and arduous negotiation process, the institute was finally established by twelve national member organizations from the following countries: Bulgaria, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Federal republic of Germany (FRG), France, German Democratic Republic (GDR), Great Britain, Italy, Japan, Poland, Soviet Union and United States; a few years later Sweden, Finland and the Netherlands also joined."--Abstract.
- International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.
- System analysis > Research > International cooperation.
- System analysis > Research > United States.
- United States > Foreign relations > 1963-1969.
- United States > Foreign relations > 1969-1974.
- United States > Relations > Europe.
- Europe > Relations > United States.
- Leena Riska-Campbell.
- Commentationes scientiarum socialium, 0355-256X ; 75
- Thesis (doctoral)--University of Helsinki, 2011.
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