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Year 1954 Archives
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    1. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. The Undeclared War, 1940-1941 by William L. Langer and S. Everett Gleason
      2. The World Between the Wars: From the 1918 Armistice to the Munich Agreement by Quincy Howe
      3. Survey of International Affairs, 1949-1950 by Peter Calvocoressi
      4. Documents on International Affairs, 1949-1950 by Margaret Carlyle
      5. Beyond Containment by William Henry Chamberlin
      6. Report on the Atom by Gordon E. Dean
      7. Truth Is Our Weapon by Edward W. Barrett
      8. Strategy for Survival by John E. Kieffer
      9. From Lenin to Malenkov by Hugh Seton-Watson
      10. European Communism by Franz Borkenau
      11. The Conservative Mind by Russell Kirk
      12. The State the Enemy by Ernest Benn
      13. Aggressive War, An International Crime by Cornelis A. Pompe
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1954, pp. 331-332
    2. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. America, Britain and Russia: Their Cooperation and Conflict 1941-1946 by William Hardy McNeill
      2. The Present Danger by Allen Maxwell
      3. The Dilemma of Our Times by Harold J. Laski
      4. The Incompatible Allies by Gustav Hilger and Alfred G. Meyer
      5. The Origins of the War of 1914 by Luigi Albertini
      6. Rumours of Wars by A.J.P. Taylor
      7. Imperial Communism by Anthony T. Bouscaren
      8. Christian Realism and Political Problems by Reinhold Niebuhr
      9. Nationalism and Social Communication by Karl W. Deutsch
      10. How Nations See Each Other by William Buchanan and Hadley Cantril
      11. Politics, Economics, and Welfare by Robert A. Dahl and Charles E. Lindblom
      12. Freedom and Authority in Our Time by Lyman Bryson
      13. Atomic Weapons in Land Combat by George C. Reinhardt and W.R. Kintner
      14. The Men in the Trojan Horse by Kurt Singer
      15. Pathways in International Law by Arthur K. Kuhn
      16. Law and Politics in the World Community by George A. Lipsky
      17. The Social Impact of the Warsaw Convention by Harold J. Sherman
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1954, pp. 504-505
    3. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. The Century of Total War by Raymond Aron
      2. Survey of International Affairs, 1951 by Peter Calvocoressi
      3. Problems of Stability and Progress in International Relations by Quincy Wright
      4. Foundations of the World Republic by Giuseppe A. Borgese
      5. Principia Politica by Leonard Woolf
      6. World Power in the Balance by Tibor Mende
      7. Prelude to World War II by Gaetano Salvemini
      8. The Decline of Neutrality, 1914-41 by Nils Orvik
      9. Generals and Admirals: The Story of Amphibious Command by John Creswell
      10. Quest for a Northern Air Route by Alexander Forbes
      11. Public Policy by C.J. Friedrich and Edward S. Mason
      12. UN: Today and Tomorrow by Eleanor Roosevelt and William A. DeWitt
      13. Political Handbook of the World, 1954 by Walter H. Mallory
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1954, pp. 668-669
    4. [+]
      (23 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Strategy for the West by John C. Slessor
      2. Survey of International Affairs, 1938 by R.G.D. Laffan
      3. Hitler's Europe by Arnold Toynbee and Veronica M. Toynbee
      4. Documents on International Affairs, 1951 by Denise Folliot
      5. Totalitarianism by Carl J. Friedrich
      6. The Threat of Soviet Imperialism by C. Grove Haines
      7. Why Dictators? by George W.F. Hallgarten
      8. German Marxism and Russian Communism by John P. Plamenatz
      9. America Faces World Communism by Anthony Trawick Bouscaren
      10. Guideposts to the Future by William H. Wilbur
      11. The Vocabulary of Politics by T.D. Weldon
      12. Communism in Education in Asia, Africa, and the Far Pacific by Walter Crosby Eells
      13. NATO and Its Prospects by James D. Warne
      14. The "Isms": A History and Evaluation by Eugene O. Golob
      15. The Origin and Goal of History by Karl Jaspers
      16. Past and Future by William H. McNeill
      17. The Catholic Church in World Affairs by Waldemar Gurian and M.A. Fitzsimons
      18. A Hundred Years of War, 1850-1950 by Cyril Falls
      19. From Arrow to Atom Bomb by Stanton A. Coblentz
      20. Moslems on the March by Friedrich W. Fernau
      21. The Legal Community of Mankind by Walter B. Schiffer
      22. Legal Controls of International Conflict by Julius Stone
      23. Expropriation in International Law by Samy Friedman
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1954, pp. 155-157
    5. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      General: Economic, Social and Cultural
      1. The Organizational Revolution by Kenneth E. Boulding
      2. American Foreign Assistance by William Adams Brown, Jr. and Redvers ...
      3. Income Stabilization for a Developing Democracy by Max F. Millikan
      4. The First Twenty Years of the Bank for International Settlements by Giuseppe Ugo Papi
      5. The World Wheat Economy, 1885-1939 by Wilfred Malenbaum
      6. Americans and Chinese: Passages to Differences by Francis L.K. Hsu
      7. When Peoples Speak to Peoples by Harold E. Snyder
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1954, p. 333
    6. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Second World War
      1. Strategic Planning for Coalition Warfare, 1941-1942 by Maurice Matloff and Edwin M. Snell
      2. The Quartermaster Corps: Organization, Supply, and Services, Vol. I by Erna Risch and Chester L. Kieffer
      3. London Calling North Pole by Hermann J. Giskes
      4. To Benghazi by Gavin M. Long
      5. Greece and Crete, 1941 by Christopher Buckley#2
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1954, p. 334
    7. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      The United States
      1. The United States in World Affairs, 1952 by Richard P. Stebbins
      2. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1951 by Raymond Dennett and Katerine D. Durant
      3. The Great American Parade by H.J. Duteil
      4. The Origins of Soviet-American Diplomacy by Robert Paul Browder
      5. Major Campaign Speeches of Adlai E. Stevenson, 1952 by Adlai E. Stevenson
      6. A Front Row Seat by Nicholas Roosevelt
      7. Henry Cabot Lodge: A Biography by John A. Garraty
      8. Portrait of an American: Charles G. Dawes by Bascom N. Timmons
      9. Democracy in the United States by William H. Riker
      10. American Life: Dream and Reality by W. Lloyd Warner
      11. The Pursuit of Happiness by Howard Mumford Jones
      12. The Political System by David Easton
      13. The Refugee Intellectual by Donald Peterson Kent
      14. The Trend of Government Activity in the United States Since 1900 by Solomon Fabricant and Robert E. Lipsey
      15. The Decline of Agrarian Democracy by Grant McConnell
      16. Economics in the Public Service by Edwin G. Nourse
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1954, pp. 335-336
    8. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe
      1. Pan-Slavism: Its History and Ideology by Hans Kohn
      2. The Church Under Communism
      3. How Russia Is Ruled by Merle Fainsod
      4. How Russia Is Ruled by Walter Kolarz
      5. The Bolshevik Revolution, 1917-1923 by E.H. Carr
      6. The Russians in Focus by Harold J. Berman
      7. Hands Across the Caviar by Charles W. Thayer
      8. Soviet Imperialism: Its Origin and Tactics by Waldemar Gurian
      9. Soviet Science by Ruth C. Christman
      10. Soviet Documents on Foreign Policy, 1933-1941 by Jane Degras
      11. I Joined the Russians by Heinrich Einsiedel
      12. Estonia: A Reference Book by Villibald Raud
      13. The Jews in the Soviet Satellites by Peter Meyer, Bernard D. Weinryb, Euge...
      14. Poland: White Eagle on a Red Field by Samuel L. Sharp
      15. Rumanian Summer by Jack Lindsay and Maurice Cornforth
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1954, pp. 340-341
    9. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      The Middle East
      1. The Middle East in the War by George E. Kirk
      2. World Without End: The Middle East by Emil Lengyel
      3. Rural Reconstruction in Action by H.B. Allen
      4. The Rebirth of Israel by Israel Cohen
      5. Arabian Jubilee by H.St.J.B. Philby
      6. Landlord and Peasant in Persia by Ann K.S. Lambton
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1954, p. 343
    10. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      South and Southeast Asia
      1. North from Malaya by William O. Douglas
      2. New World Arising by Harry Hopkins
      3. India in World Affairs: August 1947-January 1950 by Kotta P. Karunakaran
      4. Indian Year Book of International Affairs 1952 by Charles Henry Alexandrowicz
      5. The Struggle for Kashmir by Michael Brecher
      6. Caste in Modern Ceylon by Bryce Ryan
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1954, p. 343
    11. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      The Far East and Pacific Ocean
      1. The China Tangle by Herbert Feis
      2. The Great Peace by Raja Hutheesing
      3. Out of Red China by Shaotang Liu
      4. God's Underground in Asia by Gretta Palmer
      5. Tibet and the Tibetans by Tsung-Lien Shen and Shen-Chi Liu
      6. Japan's Natural Resources and Their Relation to Japan's Economic Future by Edward A. Ackerman
      7. Japan: From Surrender to Peace by Baron E.J. Lewe Van Aduard
      8. Democracy and the Party Movement in Prewar Japan by Robert A. Scalapino
      9. Mission to Korea by Edgar S. Kennedy
      10. Born of the People by Luis Taruc
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1954, p. 344
    12. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      Latin America and the West Indies
      1. Making of the Mexican Mind by Patrick Romanell
      2. Chilean Scrap-Book by Stephen Clissold
      3. The Ideology and Program of the Peruvian Aprista Movement by Harry Kantor
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1954, p. 346
    13. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Second World War
      1. Triumph and Tragedy by Winston S. Churchill
      2. The Fall of the Philippines by Louis Morton
      3. Logistical Support of the Armies, Vol. I: May 1941-September 1944 by Roland G. Ruppenthal
      4. From Down Under to Nippon by Walter Krueger
      5. Hitler's Defeat in Russia by Wladyslaw Anders
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1954, p. 507
    14. [+]
      (18 Reviews)
      Western Europe
      1. Fire in the Ashes by Theodore H. White
      2. The Temper of Western Europe by C. Crane Brinton
      3. Unity and Diversity in European Labor by Adolf F. Sturmthal
      4. The Irish and Catholic Power by Paul Blanshard
      5. French Corporative Theory, 1789-1948 by Matthew H. Elbow
      6. The Scandinavian Year Book for 1953
      7. The Nemesis of Power by John W. Wheeler-Bennett
      8. Hitler's Secret Conversations, 1941-1944 by H.R. Trevor-Roper and Adolf Hitler
      9. Himmler: The Evil Genius of the Third Reich by Willi Frischauer
      10. Germany: Key to Peace by James P. Warburg
      11. Governing Postwar Germany by Edward H. Litchfield
      12. The Final Solution by Gerald Reitlinger
      13. Prisoner of Ottawa: Otto Strasser by Douglas Reed
      14. We Chose to Stay by Lali Horstmann
      15. In the Twilight of Socialism by Joseph Buttinger
      16. The United States and Italy by H. Stuart Hughes
      17. An Autumn in Italy by Sean O'Faolain
      18. Spain in the Modern World by James Cleugh
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1954, pp. 510-512
    15. [+]
      (19 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe
      1. A Study of Bolshevism by Nathan Leites
      2. The Dynamics of Soviet Society by W.W. Rostow and Alfred Levin
      3. The Communist Conspiracy by Stephen King-Hall
      4. Soviet Military Doctrine by Raymond L. Garthoff
      5. Law and Social Change in the U.S.S.R. by John N. Hazard
      6. Soviet Policy in the Far East, 1944-1951 by Max Beloff
      7. The Secret History of Stalin's Crimes by Aleksandr Orlov
      8. The Terror Machine by Grigorii P. Klimov
      9. Our Secret Allies by Eugene Lyons
      10. Crisis in the Kremlin by Maurice G. Hindus
      11. Russian Assignment by Leslie C. Stevens, Vice Admiral, U.S.N. (Retired)
      12. The Shadow of Power by Chingis Guirey
      13. The Impact of Russian Culture on Soviet Communism by Dinko A. Tomasic
      14. Russia: A History and an Interpretation by Michael T. Florinsky
      15. Ukraine Under the Soviets by Clarence A. Manning
      16. Caucasian Battlefields by William E.D. Allen and Paul Muratoff
      17. Soviet Empire: The Turks of Central Asia and Stalinism by Olaf K. Caroe
      18. Mihailovic, Hoax or Hero? by Albert B. Seitz
      19. The Case of Cardinal Aloysius Stepinac by Richard Pattee
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1954, pp. 513-515