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    1. [+]
      (18 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. The Rivals by Adam B. Ulam
      2. History and Class Consciousness by Georg Lukacs
      3. Deceitful Peace by Gerhart Niemeyer
      4. Russian Sea Power by David Fairhall
      5. The Victors' Dilemma by John Silverlight
      6. The Medvedev Papers by Zhores A. Medvedev
      7. Solzhenitsyn: A Documentary Record by Leopold Labedz
      8. Soviet Jewry Today and Tomorrow by Boris Smolar
      9. Ferment in the Ukraine by Michael Browne
      10. Men Versus Systems by Arthur E. Adams and Jan S. Adams
      11. Native Fascism in the Successor States, 1918-1945 by Peter F. Sugar
      12. Gomulka by Peter Raina
      13. Why Dubcek Fell by Pavel Tigrid
      14. The Intellectual Origins of the Prague Spring by Vladimir V. Kusin
      15. Writers Against Rulers by Dusan Hamsik
      16. The Embattled Mountain by F.W. Deakin
      17. Yugoslavia by Stevan K. Pavlowitch
      18. Eyewitness in Greece by John A. Katris
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1972, pp. 383-384
    2. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. Let History Judge by Roy Medvedev
      2. A Question of Madness by Zhores A. Medvedev and Roy A. Medvedev
      3. Stalin: The History of a Dictator by H. Montgomery Hyde
      4. The Soviet Union Under Brezhnev and Kosygin by John W. Strong
      5. The Economics of Soviet Merchant-Shipping Policy by Robert E. Athay
      6. The White Death by Allen F. Chew
      7. A History of the People's Democracies by Francois Fejto
      8. Class Inequality and Political Order by Frank Parkin
      9. Czechoslovakia and the Absolute Monopoly of Power by Barbara Wolfe Jancar
      10. Prague Notebook by Michel Salomon
      11. Bulgarian Communism by Nissan Oren
      12. Revolutionary Breakthroughs and National Development by Kenneth Jowitt
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1972, pp. 587-588
    3. [+]
      (20 Reviews)
      General: Political and Legal
      1. Imperialism by George Lichtheim
      2. The Conventions of Crisis by Coral Bell
      3. Crisis, Escalation, War by Ole R. Holsti
      4. Crises and Sequences in Political Development by Leonard Binder, James S. Coleman, Jos...
      5. Faces of Nationalism by Boyd C. Shafer
      6. Democracy by Dorothy M. Pickles
      7. Commonwealth by H. Duncan Hall
      8. Between Nothingness and Paradise by Gerhart Niemeyer
      9. The Human Basis of the Polity by Jeanne N. Knutson
      10. Peaceful Change in Modern Society by E. Berkeley Tompkins
      11. Coercion by J. Roland Pennock and John W. Chapman
      12. Building the City of Man by W. Warren Wagar
      13. Modern Revolutions by John Dunn
      14. Anarchy and Order by Herbert Read
      15. Anarchism Today by David E. Apter and James Joll
      16. Comparative Political Corruption by James C. Scott
      17. Peace in Parts by Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
      18. The Future of the International Legal Order, Vol. I by Richard A. Falk and Cyril E. Black
      19. The Legal Regime of Hydrospace by Edward D. Brown
      20. The Use and Abuse of Social Science by Irving Louis Horowitz
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1972, pp. 765-766
    4. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technical and Scientific
      1. Diplomacy for Victory by Raymond G. O'Connor
      2. Force and Folly by Hans Speier
      3. Low Intensity Operations by Frank Kitson
      4. The Science of War and Peace by Robin Clarke
      5. Paradoxes of Rationality by Nigel Howard
      6. Civil Wars in the Twentieth Century by Robin D.S. Higham
      7. The Arms Trade With the Third World
      8. Global Politics of Nuclear Energy by Mason Willrich
      9. The Private Nuclear Strategists by Roy E. Licklider
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1972, p. 767
    5. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. Zhukov by Otto Preston Chaney, Jr.
      2. The Memoirs of Marshal Zhukov by G.K. Zhukov
      3. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: The Major Novels by Abraham Rothberg
      4. Science and Philosophy in the Soviet Union by Loren R. Graham
      5. Soviet Foreign Policy Since the Death of Stalin by Harry Hanak
      6. The Uses of Terror by Boris Levytsky
      7. The Kremlin and the Cosmos by Nicholas Daniloff
      8. Deviance in Soviet Society by Walter D. Connor
      9. Lithuania in Crisis by Leonas Sabaliunas
      10. The Baku Commune, 1917-1918 by Ronald Grigor Suny
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1972, p. 777
    6. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      General: Political and Legal
      1. The Foreign Affairs 50-Year Bibliography by Byron Dexter, Elizabeth H. Bryant, an...
      2. Things To Come by Herman Kahn and Barry Bruce-Briggs
      3. Transnational Relations and World Politics by Robert Keohane and Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
      4. Theory and World Politics by Robert J. Lieber
      5. Socialism by Michael Harrington
      6. Nuclear Politics by Andrew J. Pierre
      7. Collective Violence by James F. Short, Jr. and Marvin E. Wol...
      8. Bad Blood Among Brothers by Derek V. Schuster
      9. A Hundred Years of International Relations by Frederick Samuel Northedge and Muriel...
      10. The Church and Revolution by Francois Houtart and Andre Rousseau
      11. The Party of Eros by Richard King
      12. Prohibitions and Restraints In War by Sydney D. Bailey
      13. The International Regulation of Civil Wars by Evan Luard
      14. The Future of the International Legal Order, Vol IV by Cyril E. Black and Richard A. Falk
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1972, pp. 228-229
    7. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technical and Scientific
      1. The Politics of Defence by David Owen
      2. The International Imperatives of Technology by Eugene B. Skolnikoff
      3. Impact of New Technologies on the Arms Race by Bernard Taub Feld, G.W. Greenwood, G....
      4. The War for the Cities by Robert Moss
      5. Jungle Alliance by Joyce Lebra-Chapman
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1972, p. 230
    8. [+]
      (20 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
      1. The Road to Yalta by Louis Fischer
      2. The Heirs of Stalin by Abraham Rothberg
      3. The New Tsars by John Dornberg
      4. Uncensored Russia by Peter Reddaway
      5. Bride of the Revolution by Robert H. McNeal
      6. Foundations of a Planned Economy, 1926-1929 by Edward H. Carr and R.W. Davies
      7. Economic Methods and the Effectiveness of Production by E.G. Liberman
      8. The Spoils of Progress by Marshall I. Goldman
      9. Soviet Planning Today by Michael Ellman
      10. Socialist Economic Development and Reforms by J. Wilczynski
      11. Red Square at Noon by Natalia Gorbanevskaia
      12. The Czechoslovak Reform Movement by Galia Golan
      13. The Politics of Culture by Antonin J. Liehm
      14. Czechoslovakia: The Bureaucratic Economy by Ota Sik
      15. The Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia by E.J. Czerwinski and Jaroslaw Piekalki...
      16. Politics in Independent Poland, 1921-1939 by Antony Polonsky
      17. Hungary by Paul Ignotus
      18. Hungary and the Superpowers by Janos Radvanyi
      19. The Communist States in Disarray, 1965-1971 by Adam Bromke and Teresa Rakowska-Harms...
      20. Makarios: Faith and Power by P.N. Vanezis
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1972, pp. 239-241