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The "General Affairs" prints cover a wide range of issues, including the United Nations and world organization, British foreign policy, the Council of Foreign Ministers, trusteeship, refugees, the Great Powers, Europe and the Middle East, relief, war crimes, the Paris Peace Conference, and economic and miscellaneous matters. The leading subject is the United Nations and other world organizations. Also included is a single "British Commonwealth Affairs" print that deals with Australia, Canada, India, Newfoundland, New Zealand, South Africa, Eire, and general affairs. Volumes on 1946 cover the following topics, among many others: * Unrest in India; * Race problems in South Africa; * British policies towards the United Nations; * Paris Peace Conference. Topics covered by other volumes in Part IV include: * Partition between India and Pakistan (1947); * Independence of India (1947); * 1947 Council of Foreign Ministers meeting in Moscow; * Kashmir dispute (1947-1950); * Mahatma Gandhi assassinated (1948); * Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948); * Establishment of the Organization for European Economic Co-operation (1948); * Integration of Indian states (1948-1949); * The North Atlantic Treaty and NATO (1949); * United Nations arms control efforts (1949-1950); * Delhi Pact between India and Pakistan (1950); * The Columbo Plan (1950)

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