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Year 1965 Archives
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    1. The American Historical Review
      , July 1965, p. 1203
    2. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      General: Political and Legal
      1. The End of Alliance by Ronald Steel
      2. A Strategy of Interdependence by Vincent P. Rock
      3. The Politics of Hysteria by Edmund Stillman and William Pfaff
      4. The New Concert of Nations by C.M. Woodhouse
      5. Remnants of Empire by David W. Wainhouse
      6. World Pressures on American Foreign Policy by Marian D. Irish
      7. The Atlantic Future by H.V. Hodson
      8. The Four Faces of Peace by Lester B. Pearson
      9. The Fourth Dimension of Foreign Policy by Philip H. Coombs
      10. Policy Perspectives by Henry M. Wriston
      11. World Communism by Richard Lowenthal
      12. The Sino-Soviet Rift, Analysed and Documented by William E. Griffith
      13. Communism in Europe, Vol. II by William E. Griffith
      14. Books on Communism by Walter Kolarz
      15. How Nations Negotiate by Fred C. Ikle
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1965, pp. 361-362
    3. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technical and Scientific
      1. The Age of Deterrence by George E. Lowe
      2. French Revolutionary Warfare from Indochina to Algeria by Peter Paret
      3. The Fortress That Never Was by Rodney G. Minott
      4. The Destruction of Dresden by David Irving
      5. The Battle for Stalingrad by Marshal Vasili Ivanovich Chuikov
      6. Pride and Power by Vernon Van Dyke
      7. Proceedings of the Conference on Space Science and Space Law by Mortimer D. Schwartz
      8. Scientists and National Policy-Making by Robert Gilpin and Christopher Wright
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1965, p. 363
    4. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The United States
      1. Conduct of the New Diplomacy by James L. McCamy
      2. A Guide to National Defense by Patrick W. Powers
      3. The President as World Leader by Sidney Warren
      4. Congress: The Sapless Branch by Joseph S. Clark
      5. The Journals of David E. Lilienthal, Vol. I by David E. Lilienthal
      6. Reminiscences by Douglas MacArthur
      7. Herbert Hoover by Eugene Lyons
      8. An American Epic, Volume IV by Herbert Hoover
      9. Economics of the Kennedy Years, and a Look Ahead by Seymour E. Harris
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1965, p. 366
    5. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. Scaling the Wall by George R. Urban
      2. The Soviets in International Organizations by Alvin Z. Rubinstein
      3. The Rise of the Soviet Empire by Jan Librach
      4. Economic Rationality and Soviet Politics by Alec Nove
      5. The Red Army by Edgar O'Ballance
      6. Russia Political Thought by S.V. Utechin
      7. The Story of a Life by Konstantin Paustovsky
      8. The Transfer of the Sudeten Germans by Radomir Luza
      9. History of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia, Vol. I by Ivan Avakumovic
      10. Communism in Rumania, 1944-1962 by Ghita Ionescu
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1965, p. 372
    6. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      General: Political and Legal
      1. The New Meaning of Treason by Rebecca West
      2. Quest for Peace by Andrew W. Cordier and Wilder Foote
      3. Markings by Dag Hammarskjold
      4. The Cold War by Evan Luard
      5. The United States and the United Nations by Franz B. Gross
      6. The Dimensions of Diplomacy by E.A.J. Johnson
      7. The Strategy of Subversion by Paul W. Blackstock
      8. The Democratic Civilization by Leslie Lipson
      9. The Prospects of International Adjudication by C. Wilfred Jenks
      10. The Changing Structure of International Law by Wolfgang Friedmann
      11. In Pursuit of World Order by Richard N. Gardner
      12. Who Helped Hitler? by I.M. Maiskii
      13. Hostile Allies: FDR and Charles de Gaulle by Milton Viorst
      14. Seeds of Discord by Dorothy Shipley White
      15. Paris Peace Conference 1919 by Paul Mantoux
      16. Political Handbook and Atlas of the World, 1965 by Walter H. Mallory
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1965, pp. 536-538
    7. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technical and Scientific
      1. The Great Debate: Theories of Nuclear Strategy by Raymond Aron
      2. Strategy and Conscience by Anatol Rapoport
      3. Counterinsurgency Warfare by David Galula
      4. Limited War and American Defense Policy by Seymour J. Deitchman
      5. American Defense Policy by Wesley W. Posvar
      6. The History of Rocket Technology by Eugene M. Emme
      7. The Scientific Age by Lloyd V. Berkner
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1965, p. 539
    8. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The United States
      1. Farewell to Foggy Bottom by Ellis O. Briggs
      2. Wilson: Confusions and Crises, 1915-1916 by Arthur S. Link
      3. The Warren Commission Report
      4. The Strange Tactics of Extremism by Harry A. Overstreet and Bonaro Overst...
      5. The Pressure on the Dollar by Maria Negreponti-Delivanis
      6. The Nation's Economic Objectives by Edgar O. Edwards
      7. Patton: Ordeal and Triumph by Ladislas Farago
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1965, p. 541
    9. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. Soviet Strategy at the Crossroads by Thomas W. Wolfe
      2. The Economics of Soviet Planning by Abram Bergson
      3. Foundations of Soviet Strategy for Economic Growth by Nicolas Spulber
      4. Foundations of Soviet Strategy for Economic Growth by Nicolas Spulber
      5. Why Lenin? Why Stalin? by Theodore H. Von Laue
      6. The Development of the USSR by Donald W. Treadgold
      7. Russia in the Thaw by Alberto Ronchey
      8. The Second Soviet Republic by Yaroslav Bilinsky
      9. Impressions of Lenin by Angelica Balabanoff
      10. The Russian Jews Under Tsars and Soviets by Salo W. Baron
      11. Behind the Iron Curtain by Joseph S. Roucek and Kenneth V. Lottich
      12. Politics of Socialist Agriculture in Poland: 1945-1960 by Andrzej Korbonski
      13. Yugoslavia: the Theory and Practice of Development Planning by George Macesich
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1965, pp. 546-547
    10. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      General: Political and Legal
      1. The Reckoning by Anthony Eden
      2. United Nation Forces by D.W. Bowett
      3. Alternative to Partition by Zbigniew K. Brzezinski
      4. Beyond the Nation-State by Ernst B. Haas
      5. Toward World Peace by U Thant
      6. State and Nations by Benjamin Akzin
      7. Power and Human Destiny by Herbert Rosinski
      8. Patriotism and Nationalism by Leonard W. Doob
      9. Ideology and Discontent by David E. Apter
      10. Politics in Wartime, and Other Essays by A.J.P. Taylor
      11. The Anarchists by James Joll
      12. An Introduction to Contemporary History by Geoffrey Barraclough
      13. Foreign Correspondence by John Hohenberg
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1965, p. 708
    11. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technical and Scientific
      1. The Troubled Partnership by Henry A. Kissinger
      2. Design for Survival by Thomas S. Power and Albert A. Arnhym
      3. Counterinsurgency Warfare by John S. Pustay
      4. On Escalation: Metaphors and Scenarios by Herman Kahn
      5. NATO in Transition by Timothy W. Stanley
      6. Peace Is a Three-Edged Sword by Lloyd Mallan
      7. An End to Arms by Walter Millis
      8. The War-Peace Establishment by Arthur Herzog
      9. Russia at War, 1941-1945 by Alexander Werth
      10. Hitler Moves East, 1941-1943 by Paul Carell
      11. Barbarossa: The Russian-German Conflict, 1941-1945 by Alan Clark
      12. Blitzkrieg to Defeat by H.R. Trevor-Roper and Adolf Hitler
      13. Inside Hitler's Headquarters, 1939-45 by Walter Warlimont
      14. Open Space and Peace by Frederick J. Ossenbeck and Patricia C...
      15. Where Science and Politics Meet by Jerome B. Wiesner
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1965, pp. 709-710
    12. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The United States
      1. From the Morgenthau Diaries by John Morton Blum and Hans J. Morgenthau
      2. The Johnson Treatment by Jack Bell
      3. The Chief Executive by Louis W. Koenig
      4. House Out of Order by Richard W. Bolling
      5. The War System by Bert Cochran
      6. The Crossroad Papers by Hans J. Morgenthau
      7. American Diplomacy During the Second World War, 1941-1945 by Gaddis Smith
      8. "Good Evening!" by Raymond Swing
      9. Your Hundred Billion Dollars by Jacob A. Rubin
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1965, p. 712
    13. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. Political Succession in the USSR by Myron Rush
      2. Russia After Khrushchev by Robert Conquest
      3. The Soviet Economy Since Stalin by Harry Schwartz
      4. The Soviet Union and Disarmament by Alexander Dallin
      5. The Third World in Soviet Perspective by Thomas Perry Thornton
      6. I Rediscover Russia, 1924-1964 by Isaac Don Levine
      7. The Trotsky Papers, 1917-1922 by Jan M. Meijer and Leon Trotsky
      8. The Modern History of Soviet Central Asia by Geoffrey Wheeler
      9. The Red Pawn by Flora Lewis
      10. Soviet Foreign Relations and World Communism by Thomas T. Hammond
      11. Russia and the Soviet Union by Paul L. Horecky
      12. The Forming of the Communist International by James W. Hulse
      13. The Socialist Commonwealth of Nations by Kazimierz Grzybowski
      14. The Communist States at the Crossroads by Adam Bromke
      15. Industrial Progress in Poland, Czechoslovakia, and East Germany, 1937-1962 by Alfred Zauberman
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1965, pp. 718-719
    14. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      General: Political and Legal
      1. After Twenty Years by Richard J. Barnet and Marcus G. Raskin
      2. Struggle for the World: The Cold War, 1917-1965 by Desmond Donnelly
      3. Detente: Cold War Strategies in Transition by Eleanor Lansing Dulles and Robert Dic...
      4. Foreign Policy in the Sixties by Roger Hilsman and Robert C. Good
      5. The Elephants and the Grass by Cecil V. Crabb, Jr.
      6. Fifty Ships That Saved The World by Philip Goodhart
      7. Nationalism and Communism by Hugh Seton-Watson
      8. Imperialism by Richard Koebner and Helmut Dan Schmidt
      9. Four Ways of Politics by E.A. Bayne
      10. Law, State, and International Legal Order by Salo Engel and Rudolf A. Metall
      11. The Mystery of Moral Re-Armament by Tom Driberg
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1965, p. 147
    15. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technical and Scientific
      1. Conventional Warfare in the Nuclear Age by Otto Heilbrunn
      2. U.S. Military Strategy in the Sixties by Robert N. Ginsburgh
      3. Nuclear War: The Impending Strategic Deadlock by Neville Brown
      4. The Defence Mechanism of the Modern State by Nagendra Singh
      5. General Grivas on Guerrilla Warfare by Georgios Grivas
      6. Security In Disarmament by Richard J. Barnet and Richard A. Falk
      7. Grand Strategy, Vol. III by J.M.A. Gwyer and James R.M. Butler
      8. Is Paris Burning? by Larry Collins and Dominique Lapierre
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1965, pp. 148-149
    16. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The United States
      1. The Making of the President, 1964 by Theodore H. White
      2. The Road to the White House by Harold Faber
      3. Presidential Leadership of Public Opinion by Elmer E. Cornwell, Jr.
      4. Dulles on Diplomacy by Andrew H. Berding
      5. Race and Radicalism by Wilson Record
      6. The Oxford History of the American People by Samuel Eliot Morison
      7. American Aspects by D.W. Brogan
      8. The Southerner and World Affairs by Alfred O. Hero, Jr.
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1965, p. 151
    17. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. American Policy Toward Communist Eastern Europe by John C. Campbell
      2. Communism, National and International by H. Gordon Skilling
      3. Foreign Capital as an Instrument of National Economic Policy by V.N. Bandera
      4. Memoirs, 1921-1941 by Ilya Ehrenburg
      5. The War, 1941-45 by Ilya Ehrenburg
      6. The Great Purge Trial by Robert C. Tucker and Stephen F. Cohen
      7. Soviet Research and Development by Alexander G. Korol
      8. Khrushchev and the Arts by Priscilla Johnson and Leopold Labedz
      9. The Soviet Youth Program by Allen Kassof
      10. A History of Finland by John H. Wuorinen
      11. Lithuania Under the Soviets by V. Stanley Vardys
      12. Polish National Income and Product in 1954, 1955, and 1956 by Thad Paul Alton
      13. Rumania: Russia's Dissident Ally by David Floyd
      14. Revolution and Defeat by D. George Kousoulas
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1965, pp. 157-158