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    1. [+]
      (18 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. The New Class by Milovan Djilas
      2. A Guide to Communist Jargon by R.N. Carew Hunt
      3. Agenda for Action by James P. Warburg
      4. The Unconscious Motives of War by Alix Strachey
      5. Paths to Peace by Victor H. Wallace
      6. The Democratic and the Authoritarian State by Franz L. Neumann and Herbert Marcuse
      7. Policy for the West by Ion Ratiu
      8. International Equilibrium by George Liska
      9. The Origins of the War of 1914 by Luigi Albertini
      10. German-French Unity: Basis for European Peace by Hermann Lutz
      11. The Japanese Thrust Into Siberia, 1918 by James W. Morley
      12. United States and French Security, 1917-1921 by Louis A.R. Yates
      13. The Sword and the Olive by George Rendel
      14. The Occupation of Enemy Territory by Gerhard von Glahn
      15. The Art of Overseasmanship by Harlan Cleveland and Gerard J. Mangone
      16. Guided Weapons by Eric Burgess
      17. Documents on International Affairs, 1954 by Denise Folliot
      18. A Guide to Diplomatic Practice by Ernest Satow
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1958, pp. 348-349
    2. [+]
      (19 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Russia, the Atom, and the West by George F. Kennan
      2. Power and Diplomacy by Dean Acheson
      3. System and Process in International Politics by Morton A. Kaplan
      4. Sovereignty: An Inquiry Into the Political Good by Bertrand de Jouvenel
      5. The Breakdown of Nations by Leopold Kohr
      6. Forced to Be Free by John D. Montgomery
      7. Evolution or Revolution? by Lincoln P. Bloomfield
      8. A United Nations Peace Force by William R. Frye
      9. The United Nations Trusteeship System by James N. Murray, Jr.
      10. Soviet Diplomacy and the Spanish Civil War by David T. Cattell
      11. Unholy Alliance by Gerald Freund
      12. The Uncertain Ally by John Biggs-Davison
      13. Year of Crisis by Evron M. Kirkpatrick
      14. Survey of International Affairs, 1954 by Coral Bell
      15. Political Handbook of the World, 1958 by Walter H. Mallory
      16. Reporting the Wars by Joseph J. Mathews
      17. The Great Deterrent by John C. Slessor
      18. The Prospects of Nuclear Power and Technology by Gerald Wendt
      19. The New World of the Atom by James Stokley
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1958, pp. 516-517
    3. [+]
      (28 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. Foreign Policy: The Next Phase, the 1960s by Thomas K. Finletter
      2. Ideas, People and Peace by Chester Bowles
      3. Choice for Survival by Louis J. Halle
      4. Political Community and the North Atlantic Area by Karl W. Deutsch, Sidney A. Burrell, R...
      5. New Era in the Non-Western World by Warren S. Hunsberger
      6. Strategic Surrender by Paul Kecskemeti
      7. Studies in Secret Diplomacy During the First World War by Wolfram W. Gottlieb
      8. The Decision to Intervene by George F. Kennan
      9. The Eve of War, 1939 by Arnold Toynbee and Veronica M. Toynbee
      10. The Axis Alliance and Japanese-American Relations, 1941 by Paul W. Schroeder
      11. The United States in Germany, 1944-1955 by Harold Zink
      12. The Seizure of Political Power in a Century of Revolutions by Feliks Gross
      13. The Study of Comparative Government and Politics by Gunnar Heckscher
      14. Our Nuclear Future by Edward Teller and Albert L. Latter
      15. Victory Without War, 1958-1961 by George Fielding Eliot
      16. International Propaganda by L. John Martin
      17. World Peace Through World Law by Grenville Clark and Louis B. Sohn
      18. Aggression and World Order by Julius Stone
      19. The United Nations: The First Ten Years by B.A. Wortley
      20. Britain and the United Nations by Geoffrey L. Goodwin
      21. Egypt and the United Nations
      22. Scratches on Our Minds by Harold R. Isaacs
      23. Yonder One World by Frank R. Moraes
      24. Journey of an American by Albion Ross
      25. An Atlas of World Affairs by Andrew Boyd
      26. Post-War International Civil Aviation Policy and the Law of the Air by H.A. Wassenbergh
      27. The United States in World Affairs, 1957 by Richard P. Stebbins
      28. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1957 by Paul E. Zinner
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1958, pp. 685-688
    4. [+]
      (23 Reviews)
      General: Political, Military and Legal
      1. War and Peace in the Space Age by James M. Gavin
      2. NATO and the Future of Europe by Ben T. Moore
      3. The Great Arms Race by Hanson W. Baldwin
      4. Atlantic Democracy by Charles d'Olivier Farran
      5. Less Than Kin by William Clark
      6. Radio Free Europe by Robert T. Holt
      7. World Crisis and the Catholic by Vittorino Veronese
      8. Germany and the Revolution in Russia, 1915-1918 by Z.A.B. Zeman
      9. The Development of International Law by the International Court by Hersch Lauterpacht
      10. The Myth of International Security by A.V. Levontin
      11. The First International by Hans Gerth
      12. The Idea of Colonialism by Robert Strausz-Hupe and Harry W. Hazard
      13. World Politics by A.F.K. Organski
      14. Dilemmas of Politics by Hans J. Morgenthau
      15. Liberalism: Its Theory and Practice by Theodore Meyer Greene
      16. Soldiers and Governments by Michael Eliot Howard
      17. Inspection for Disarmament by Seymour Melman
      18. The Voyage of the Lucky Dragon by Ralph E. Lapp
      19. Three Steps to Victory by Robert A. Watson-Watt
      20. Documents on International Affairs, 1955 by Noble Frankland and Patricia Woodcock
      21. RSFSR: Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic by Thomas Fitzsimmons
      22. Cambodia: Its People, Its Society, Its Culture by David J. Steinberg
      23. Thailand: Its People, Its Society, Its Culture by Wendell Blanchard
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1958, pp. 166-168
    5. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Second World War
      1. German Rule in Russia, 1941-1945 by Alexander Dallin
      2. Transportation Corps, Operations Overseas by Joseph Bykofsky and Harold Larson
      3. Northwest Africa, Seizing the Initiative in the West by George F. Howe
      4. Drive by Charles R. Codman
      5. Northern Ireland in the Second World War by John W. Blake
      6. The Battle of Cassino by Fred Majdalany
      7. That Day at Gibraltar by Noel Monks
      8. The Secret War, 1939-45 by Gerald Pawle
      9. Air Spy by Constance Babington-Smith
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1958, pp. 351-352
    6. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The United States
      1. The Democratic Roosevelt by Rexford G. Tugwell
      2. A Prophet in His Own Country by Kenneth S. Davis
      3. The New America by Adlai E. Stevenson, Seymour E. Harris...
      4. William E. Borah and the Outlawry of War by John Chalmers Vinson
      5. Wilson's Foreign Policy in Perspective by Edward H. Buehrig
      6. Bipartisan Foreign Policy: Myth or Reality? by Cecil V. Crabb, Jr.
      7. American Military Policy by Edgar S. Furniss, Jr.
      8. Wriston Speaking: A Selection of Addresses by Henry M. Wriston
      9. The Negro in American Culture by Margaret Just Butcher
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1958, p. 353
    7. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      Western Europe
      1. Europe and the Money Muddle by Robert Triffin
      2. Coal and Steel in Western Europe by Norman J.G. Pounds and William N. Parker
      3. European Integration by C. Grove Haines
      4. De Valera and the March of a Nation by Mary C. Bromage
      5. The Taxis of the Marne by Jean Dutourd
      6. The German Idea of Freedom by Leonard Krieger
      7. Germany's New Conservatism by Klemens von Klemperer
      8. The Unquiet Germans by Charles W. Thayer
      9. Refugees in Germany Today by Leo W. Schwarz
      10. The Austrian Odyssey by Gordon Brook-Shepherd
      11. Modern Italy by Margaret Carlyle
      12. Portugal and the Portuguese World by Richard Pattee
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1958, pp. 354-355
    8. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. Factory and Manager in the USSR by Joseph S. Berliner
      2. Leninism by Alfred G. Meyer
      3. Russia Revisited by Louis Fischer
      4. Russia Against the Kremlin by Alexandre Metaxas
      5. Khrushchev of the Ukraine by Victor Alexandrov
      6. United States and East Central Europe, 1914-1918 by Victor S. Mamatey
      7. Bulgaria by L.A.D. Dellin
      8. Poland: Central Europe under the Communists by Oscar Halecki
      9. Imre Nagy on Communism by Imre Nagy
      10. The Heretic by Fitzroy Maclean
      11. Tito: Moscow's Trojan Horse by Slobodan M. Draskovich
      12. Titoism: Pattern for International Communism by Charles P. McVicker
      13. Greece: American Aid in Action, 1947-1956 by William Hardy McNeill
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1958, pp. 356-357
    9. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      The British Commonwealth of Nations
      1. The Organization of British Central Government, 1914-1964 by F.M.G. Willson and D.N. Chester
      2. The Unservile State by George Watson
      3. British Hustings, 1924-1950 by Arthur H. Booth
      4. British Foreign Policy Since 1898 by M.R.D. Foot
      5. The Fateful Years: Memoirs, 1931-1945 by Hugh Dalton
      6. Fullness of Days by Edward F.L.W. Halifax
      7. Mission Completed by Basil E. Embry
      8. These Are the British by Drew Middleton
      9. Life in Britain by J.D. Scott
      10. They Found Refuge by Norman Bentwich
      11. Canada in World Affairs, 1949-1950 by William E.C. Harrison
      12. People for Australia by A. Lodewyckx
      13. The Australian Commonwealth by Brian Fitzpatrick
      14. Welfare in New Zealand by K.J. Scott
      15. Cyprus: A Portrait and an Appreciation by Harry Luke
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1958, pp. 358-359
    10. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      The Middle East
      1. Turkism and the Soviets by Charles Warren Hostler
      2. Islam in Modern History by Wilfred Cantwell Smith
      3. Regional Development for Regional Peace
      4. Backdrop to Tragedy: The Struggle for Palestine by William R. Polk, David M. Stamler, an...
      5. Israel and Her Neighbors by Eliahu Elath
      6. Israel and the Middle East by Harry B. Ellis
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1958, p. 360
    11. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      The Far East and Pacific Ocean
      1. A Short History of Communism in East Asia by Malcolm D. Kennedy
      2. Soviet Russia in China by Kai-shek Chiang
      3. Treaties and Agreements Between the Republic of China and Other Powers, 1929-1954 by Yin Ching Chen
      4. The Chinese Economy by Solomon Adler
      5. Land of Blue Sky by Ivor G.S. Montagu
      6. Japan Between East and West by Philip E. Mosely
      7. Control of Japanese Foreign Policy by Yale Candee Maxon
      8. The Sea War in Korea by Malcolm W. Cagle and Frank A. Manson
      9. The Pacific Dependencies of the United States by John Wesley Coulter
      10. Quest for a Continent by Walter Sullivan
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1958, pp. 361-362
    12. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      1. Revolt on the Nile by Anwar el Sadat
      2. Egypt by George L. Harris
      3. The Labour Movement in the Sudan, 1946-1955 by Saad ed din Fawzi
      4. The Sudan's Path to Independence by J.S.R. Duncan
      5. Local Government in Southern Nigeria by Philip J. Harris
      6. An African Survey, Revised 1956 by William M. Hailey
      7. South Africa: Economic and Political Aspects by Hector Menteith Robertson
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1958, p. 363
    13. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      Latin America and the West Indies
      1. The Administration of Technical Assistance by Philip M. Glick
      2. An Encyclopedia of Latin-American History by Michael Rheta Martin and Gabriel H. L...
      3. Venezuela: Business and Finances by Rodolfo Luzardo
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1958, p. 364
    14. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      General: Economic, Social and Cultural
      1. Great Cities of the World by William A. Robson
      2. The Economics of Under-Developed Countries by Peter T. Bauer and Basil S. Yamey
      3. International and Interregional Economics by Seymour E. Harris
      4. Establishment of the International Finance Corporation and United States Policy by Bronislaw E. Matecki
      5. The World's Sugar by Vladimir P. Timoshenko and Boris C. S...
      6. UNESCO: Purpose, Progress, Prospects by Walter H.C. Laves and Charles A. Thomson
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1958, p. 518
    15. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      The Second World War
      1. Winston Churchill and the Second Front, 1940-1943 by Trumbull Higgins
      2. Air War Against Japan, 1943-1945 by George Odgers
      3. The Japanese Thrust by Lionel Wigmore
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1958, p. 519
    16. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      Western Europe
      1. Europe and Its Borderlands by Alan G. Ogilvie
      2. The French Nation: From Napoleon to Petain, 1814-1940 by D.W. Brogan
      3. Organized Business in France by Henry W. Ehrmann
      4. A Short History of Norway by Thomas K. Derry
      5. The Parliament of Sweden by Elis W. Hastad
      6. Adenauer and the New Germany by Edgar Alexander
      7. Democracy in Western Germany by Richard Hiscocks
      8. West German Leadership and Foreign Policy by Hans Speier and W. Phillips Davison
      9. German Rearmament and Atomic War by Hans Speier
      10. Unheard Witness by Ernst Hanfstaengl
      11. The Italian Labor Movement by Joseph G. LaPalombara
      12. Prelude to Franco by Dillwyn F. Ratcliff
      13. Portugal by J.B. Trend
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1958, pp. 521-523
    17. [+]
      (19 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. Russian Thought and Politics by Hugh McLean, Martin E. Malia, and Geo...
      2. Lenin on Trade Unions and Revolution, 1893-1917 by Thomas Taylor Hammond
      3. The Soviet 1956 Statistical Handbook by Naum Jasny
      4. The Soviet Secret Police by Simon Wolin and Robert M. Slusser
      5. Soviet Transportation Policy by Holland Hunter
      6. Soviet Education by George L. Kline
      7. Soviet Education for Science and Technology by Alexander G. Korol
      8. Doctor and Patient in Soviet Russia by Mark G. Field
      9. Rudolf Walden, 1878-1946 by Einar W. Juva
      10. The Economics of Communist Eastern Europe by Nicolas Spulber
      11. Czechoslovakia by Vratislav Busek and Nicolas Spulber
      12. Romania by Stephen A. Fischer-Galati
      13. Hungary by Ernst Christian Helmreich
      14. Allied Wartime Diplomacy: A Pattern in Poland by Edward J. Rozek
      15. Rebirth of the Polish Republic by Titus Komarnicki
      16. Behind the Rape of Hungary by Francois Fejto
      17. The Truth About Hungary by Herbert Aptheker
      18. Seven Years' Solitary by Edith Bone
      19. Bitter Lemons of Cyprus by Lawrence Durrell
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1958, pp. 524-526