American Bible Society manuscript is almost done. I am currently polishing a chapter on the United Bible Societies, a global fellowship of Bible societies founded at the end of World War II. I am trying to connect the UBS to other forms of internationalism in the wake of the war. The United Nations and the World Council of Churches come to mind. Maybe even the Olympic movement.
I am aware of good books on the UBS, the World Council of Churches, the United Nations, Protestant ecumenism, etc..., but could anyone recommend a solid study of the culture of post-war internationalism in the United States or the West? There is probably a lot of stuff out there, but I want to read something scholarly acceptable. I am new to the work in this field.
Thanks in advance!