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Foreign Affairs Archives
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Foreign Affairs, April 1953 Issue
- 27 Articles, 176pp
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    A British View
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  • Recent Books on International Relations, by Henry L. Roberts 
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    (22 Reviews)
    , pp. 501-503
    1. The Commonwealth of Man by Frederick L. Schuman
    2. The Zone of Indifference by Robert Strausz-Hupe
    3. The Eternal Question by King Peter of Greece
    4. Meeting of Minds by Elmore Jackson
    5. Atlantic Alliance
    6. Citizens of the World by Stringfellow Barr
    7. American-Russian Relations, 1781-1947 by William Appleman Williams
    8. We Can Be Friends by Carl Marzani
    9. United Nations and World Community by A.H. Feller
    10. The Relationships Among the Principal Organs of the United Nations by Hossein Fakher
    11. Make the UN Effective---for Peace by John Bauer
    12. Foundations of World Organization by Lyman Bryson
    13. Faith Is a Weapon by Thomas B. Morgan
    14. The Organizational Weapon by Philip Selznick
    15. The Road to Safety by Arthur Willert
    16. Off the Record by Dickson Hartwell and Andrew A. Rooney
    17. Ambassador's Wife by Elisabetta Cerruti
    18. Monarchy in the Twentieth Century by Charles Petrie
    19. The International Telecommunication Union by George Arthur Codding, Jr.
    20. The Continental Shelf by M.W. Mouton
    21. Political Handbook of the World, 1953 by Walter H. Mallory
    22. The Yearbook of World Affairs, 1952 by George W. Keeton and Georg Schwarzenb...
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    (14 Reviews)
    , pp. 504-505
    1. The Sterling Area: An American Analysis
    2. The Sterling Area by A.R. Conan
    3. Britain, the Sterling Area, and Europe by F.V. Meyer
    4. International Trade and Economic Development by Jacob Viner
    5. International Cartels by Kenneth L. Mayall
    6. Economic Stability in a Changing World by John Henry Williams
    7. War and Defense Economics by Jules Backman
    8. International Technical Assistance by Walter R. Sharp
    9. The Progress of Underdeveloped Areas by Bert F. Hoselitz
    10. Anatomy of Public Opinion by Norman John Powell
    11. How to Understand Propaganda by Alfred McClung Lee
    12. World Population and Future Resources by Paul K. Hatt
    13. Approaches to Problems of High Fertility in Agrarian Societies
    14. Ports and Harbours by Frederick Wallace Morgan
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    (3 Reviews)
    , p. 506
    1. Three Battles: Arnaville, Altuzzo, and Schmidt by Charles B. MacDonald and Sidney T. Ma...
    2. Pictorial Record: The War Against Japan
    3. Crisis in the Desert: May-July 1942 by J.A.I. Agar-Hamilton and L.C.F. Turner
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    (10 Reviews)
    , p. 507
    1. Fleet Admiral King by Ernest J. King and Walter Muir Whitehill
    2. United States Foreign Policy: Its Organization and Control
    3. America in Crisis by Daniel Aaron
    4. The Big Change by Frederick Lewis Allen
    5. Ethics in Government by Paul H. Douglas
    6. Morality in American Politics by George A. Graham
    7. The CIO and the Democratic Party by Fay Calkins
    8. Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Apprenticeship by Frank Freidel
    9. McCarthy: The Man, the Senator, the Ism by Jack Anderson and Ronald W. May
    10. History of the Communist Party of the United States by William Z. Foster
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    (10 Reviews)
    , pp. 508-510
    1. Travels in Jewry by Israel Cohen
    2. Christian Democracy in Italy and France by Mario Einaudi and Francis Goguel
    3. The Population of Switzerland by Kurt B. Mayer
    4. Hitler: A Study in Tyranny by Alan Bullock
    5. Sword and Swastika by Telford Taylor
    6. Germany in Power and Eclipse by James K. Pollock and Homer Thomas
    7. German Nationalism: The Tragedy of a People by Louis L. Snyder
    8. The Devil's Chemists by Josiah E. Du Bois, Jr. and Edward Joh...
    9. The Rebel Prince by Louis Ferdinand
    10. Spring in Spain by MacKinley Helm
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    (10 Reviews)
    , p. 511
    1. Challenge to the Kremlin by Harry Hodgkinson
    2. Bolshevism: An Introduction to Soviet Communism by Waldemar Gurian
    3. My Uncle, Joseph Stalin by Budu Svanidze
    4. The New Man in Soviet Psychology by Raymond A. Bauer
    5. Minerals: A Key to Soviet Power by Demitri B. Shimkin
    6. Russia and Her Colonies by Walter Kolarz
    7. Anatomy of a Satellite by Dana Adams Schmidt
    8. Tito: An Authorized Biography by Vladimir Dedijer
    9. Peasant Renaissance in Yugoslavia, 1900-1950 by Ruth Trouton
    10. The Yugoslavs by Z. Kostelski
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    (14 Reviews)
    , pp. 512-513
    1. British Labour's Foreign Policy by Elaine Windrich
    2. The Foreign Policy of the British Labour Government, 1945-1951 by M.A. Fitzsimons
    3. The British General Election of 1951 by D.E. Butler
    4. Political Parties and the Party System in Britain by Sydney D. Bailey
    5. The History of The Times, Vol. IV
    6. The British Worker by Ferdynand Zweig
    7. Parliament: A Survey by Lord Campion
    8. The Passing of Parliament by George W. Keeton
    9. Problems of External Policy, 1931-1939 by Nicholas Mansergh
    10. Britain and the Dominions by W.R. Brock
    11. The Australian Party System by Louise Overacker
    12. From Black to White in South Australia by Ronald Berendt and Catherine Berendt
    13. Australia by R.M. Crawford
    14. Peter Fraser by James Thorn
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    (6 Reviews)
    , p. 514
    1. The Arabs and the West by Clare Hollingsworth
    2. Background of the Middle East by Ernest Jackh
    3. Arabia Reborn by George Kheirallah
    4. Islamic Constitution by Kemal A. Faruki
    5. The Arab Refugee Problem by Joseph B. Schechtman
    6. The New State of Israel by Gerald de Gaury
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    (5 Reviews)
    , p. 515
    1. Asia Aflame by Ebed van der Vlugt
    2. International Aspects of Indian Economic Development by Dansukhlal T. Lakdawala
    3. Free India in Asia by Werner Levi
    4. The Dominion of Ceylon by Ivor Jennings and H.W. Tambiah
    5. Ceylon by Sydney D. Bailey
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    (12 Reviews)
    , p. 516
    1. A Forgotten Journey by Peter Fleming
    2. Secret Tibet by Fosco Maraini
    3. Formosa: A Problem for United States Foreign Policy by Joseph W. Ballantine
    4. A Documentary History of Chinese Communism by Benjamin Schwartz, John K. Fairbank, ...
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    6. No Secret Is Safe Behind the Bamboo Curtain by Mark A. Tennien
    7. The Years That Were Fat by George N. Kates
    8. Public Administration in Hong Kong by Charles H. Collins
    9. Conquered Press by William James Coughlin
    10. Land and Peasant in Japan by Andrew J. Grad
    11. The New Breed by Andrew Clare Geer
    12. Geography of Korea by V.T. Zaichikov
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    (11 Reviews)
    , p. 517
    1. The Administration of Justice in Latin America by Helen L. Clagett
    2. Handbook of Latin American Studies, 1949 by Francisco Aguilera
    3. Mexican Revolution: The Constitutionalist Years by Charles Curtis Cumberland
    4. The Pattern of a Dependent Economy by N.S. Carey Jones
    5. The Jungle and the Damned by Hassoldt Davis
    6. Bolivia by Olen E. Leonard
    7. The Caribbean: Peoples, Problems, and Prospects by A. Curtis Wilgus
    8. The Netherlands West Indies by Willem Van de Poll
    9. Surinam: The Country and Its People by Willem Van de Poll
    10. Haiti: Highroad to Adventure by Hugh B. Cave
    11. The Legislative Council of Trinidad and Tobago by Hewan Craig
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    (7 Reviews)
    , pp. 518-519
    1. African Heritage by Emory Ross
    2. The Nile by H.E. Hurst
    3. Introducing East Africa by Mona Macmillan
    4. The Gambia by Bella Sidney Southorn
    5. The Bechuanaland Protectorate by Anthony Sillery
    6. Report on Southern Africa by Basil Davidson
    7. Racial Separation in South Africa by Eugene P. Dvorin
  • , pp. 520-524
    1. African Heritage by Emory Ross
    2. The Nile by H.E. Hurst
    3. Introducing East Africa by Mona Macmillan
    4. The Gambia by Bella Sidney Southorn
    5. The Bechuanaland Protectorate by Anthony Sillery
    6. Report on Southern Africa by Basil Davidson
    7. Racial Separation in South Africa by Eugene P. Dvorin