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Remarks by Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Abba Eban; J. William Fulbright, chairman of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee; and Yevgenyi Zhukov, director of the Institute of History at the U.S.S.R.'s Academy of Sciences. [Feb. 1965].

The old criteria about ideological differences are no longer useful, as many have been blurred by technological advances. The advent of the nuclear age makes necessary an even more rapid accommodation between different systems. Participants in the…

The old criteria about ideological differences are no longer useful, as many have been blurred by technological advances. The advent of the nuclear age makes necessary an even more rapid accommodation between different systems. Participants in the…

Abba Eban, a noted Israeli ambassador, discusses his views on the paradox between the scientific revolution and the rise in nationalism, since the globalization of knowledge was widely believed to herald the decline of the nation-state. Followed by…

Abba Eban, a noted Israeli ambassador, discusses his views on the paradox between the scientific revolution and the rise in nationalism, since the globalization of knowledge was widely believed to herald the decline of the nation-state. Followed by…