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SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND AMERICAN

DIPLOMACY

BEYOND MALTHUS: THE FOOD/PEOPLE EQUATION

PREPARED FOR THE

SUBCOMMITTEE ON NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY

AND SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENTS

OF THE

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

BY

ALLAN S. NANES

FOREIGN AFFAIRS DIVISION
CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
(As part of an extended study of the interactions of science and

technology with United States foreign policy)

OCTOBER 1971

U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

65-858

WASHINGTON : 1971

OTHER DOCUMENTS IN THE SERIES

a

A Selected, Annotated Bibliography of Articles, Books, Documents,

Periodicals, and Reference Guides. Compiled by Genevieve Knezo.

(69 pages.) Issued March 1970.* Toward a New Diplomacy in a Scientific Age. An introduction to the

entire study by Franklin P. Huddle. (28 pages.) Issued April 1970.* The Evolution of International Technology. A review of the emergence

of technology as a factor of change in international relations by Dr. Huddle. (70 pages.) Issued December 1970.* The Politics of Global Health. A study of worldwide efforts to prevent

epidemic disease by Freeman H. Quimby. (79 pages.) Issued May

1971. Exploiting the Resources of the Seabed. A survey of technical, eco

nomic, legal and political considerations involved in using the natural 'wealth of land below the seas by George A. Doumani. (86 pages, plus appendixes.) Issued July 1971.*

*Documents now out of print.

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