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Abstract

So far we have seen two main causes for the growth in international administration. We saw that, for a number of forms of communication, a shrinking world and growing traffic have demanded ever more detailed international control. And we saw how access to hitherto undiscovered regions, belonging to no nation, has made necessary increasing regulation on an international basis there. We now turn to another area where the same process of shrinkage has led to the same result.

Keywords

Executive Committee Automatic Weather Station Microwave Radiometer Intergovernmental Organization National Service 
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Notes

Books

  1. WMO. Weather and Man. Geneva, 1964.Google Scholar
  2. WMO. World Weather Watch. Geneva, 1966.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Royal Institute of International Affairs 1977

Authors and Affiliations

  • Evan Luard

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