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What does SWB stand for?

SWB stands for Survey of World Broadcasts

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The BBC World Service, Survey of World Broadcasts, a British government daily publication; The Current Digest of the Soviet Press, a private weekly publication.
Government is for the Arabs to become one Nation with all its sons collaborating for the common welfare." (BBC, Survey of World Broadcasts (hereafter SWB)...
5. The greater Middle East; 1 The greater Middle East is defined in this chapter as bounded by Turkey in; BBC Survey of World Broadcasts, 1 Nov. 1990. 5...
I suggest you refer to the sites of MEMRI or Palestinian Media Watch or Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) or Survey of World Broadcasts...
The Mandate of Heaven ; Survey of World Broadcasts, monitoring service (of Chinese radio) by the British Broadcasting Corporation, London. Transliteration.
29 Radio Irán, 23 de enero de 1998, 20 de octubre de 2 000, 31 de diciembre (BBC, Survey of World Broadcasts [BBC-SWB]); Jomhuri-ye Eslami...
Survey of World Broadcasts, BBC, 28 April 1984 (FE/7629/B11/7). - 408 - the future (1). Since most of the rest are to be encouraged to speci.a...
foreignaffairs Foreign Affairs 00157120 Council on Foreign Relations The Middle East: Out of Step with History Mark A; cited in BBC, Survey of World Broadcasts...
Palestinian Media Watch, Foreign Broadcast Information Service, Survey of World Broadcasts or the English-language edition of Arabic newspapers...
See "Beijing Tells UN Globalization, Liberalization Should Benefit All", Survey of World Broadcasts, FED3375, 11 Apr. 1998. 46. "Qianyan" [Preface]...
Energy-conservation standards for buildings in China Table 1. The heat-transfer coefficients; Survey of World Broadcasts, Far East W1378 A16 (18 Feb. 1986)
Survey of World Broadcasts: Eastern Europe, EE/0371, January 30, 1989, p. B-4. 53. In an interview with the author in Moscow on March 28, 1989, a high-ranking...