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Foreign Affairs Archives
Title Author Period Text
Type? Genre/Topic? Subtitles?
Foreign Affairs, April 1955 Issue
- 25 Articles, 185pp
  • , pp. 353-359
  • , pp. 360-375
  • , pp. 376-386
  • , pp. 387-401
  • , pp. 402-415
  • , pp. 416-428
  • , pp. 429-444
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  • , pp. 458-472
    The Miracle and the Mirage
  • , pp. 473-483
  • , pp. 484-498
  • , pp. 499-510
    The French Communists and Indo-China
  • Recent Books on International Relations, by Henry L. Roberts 
  • [+]
    (17 Reviews)
    , pp. 511-512
    1. Power Through Purpose by Thomas I. Cook and Malcolm Moos
    2. Civilization and Foreign Policy by Louis J. Halle
    3. A Philosophy for Our Time by Bernard M. Baruch
    4. Essays in the Public Philosophy by Walter Lippmann
    5. The Evolution of Diplomatic Method by Harold Nicolson
    6. Popular Diplomacy and War by Sisley Huddleston
    7. Research for Peace by Quincy Wright, W. Fred Cottrell, and ...
    8. The Lie About the West by Douglas Jerrold
    9. A Program for Conservatives by Russell Kirk
    10. Today's Isms by William Ebenstein
    11. Freedom, Loyalty, Dissent by Henry Steele Commager
    12. Struggle for Tomorrow by Basil J. Vlavianos and Feliks Gross
    13. The Struggle for Mastery in Europe, 1848-1918 by A.J.P. Taylor
    14. Stresemann and the Revision of Versailles by Henry L. Bretton
    15. Germany and the Soviet Union, 1939-1941 by Gerhard L. Weinberg
    16. World History from 1914 to 1961 by David Thomson
    17. European Peace Treaties After World War II by Amelia C. Leiss and Raymond Dennett
  • [+]
    (10 Reviews)
    , pp. 513-514
    1. Approaches to Economic Development by Norman S. Buchanan and Howard S. Ellis
    2. World Trade Polices by Henry Chalmers
    3. World Population and World Food Supplies by E. John Russell
    4. Hungry People and Empty Lands by S. Chandrasekhar
    5. Migration and Economic Growth by Brinley Thomas
    6. New Life in Old Lands by Kathleen McLaughlin
    7. Workshops for the World by Graham Beckel
    8. The Economist in the Twentieth Century by Lionel Robbins
    9. Oxford Economic Atlas of the World
    10. Economic Doctrine and Method by Joseph Schumpeter
  • [+]
    (9 Reviews)
    , p. 515
    1. Assignment to Catastrophe by Edward Louis Spears
    2. Leyte: The Return to the Philippines by M. Hamlin Cannon
    3. The Recapture of Guam by Orlan R. Lodge
    4. Ambassadors in Arms by Thomas D. Murphy
    5. German Military Intelligence by Paul Leverkuehn
    6. The First and the Last by Adolf Galland
    7. The Death of Hitler's Germany by Georges Blond
    8. Air War Against Germany and Italy, 1939-1943 by John Herington
    9. The Unseen and Silent
  • [+]
    (13 Reviews)
    , p. 516
    1. Politics in America by D.W. Brogan
    2. The American People in the Twentieth Century by Oscar Handlin
    3. The United States in a Changing World by James P. Warburg
    4. Call to Greatness by Adlai E. Stevenson
    5. The Secret Diary of Harold L. Ickes, Vol. I by Harold L. Ickes
    6. My Name is Tom Connally by Thomas T. Connally and Alfred Steinberg
    7. The Magnificent Mitscher by Theodore Taylor
    8. The Captains and the Kings by Edith Benham Helm
    9. Fear, the Accuser by Daniel S. Gillmor
    10. American Demagogues: Twentieth Century by Reinhard H. Luthin
    11. McCarthy and the Communists by James Rorty and Moshe Decter
    12. The State of Alaska by Ernest Gruening
    13. Alaska, 1741-1953 by Clarence C. Hulley
  • [+]
    (12 Reviews)
    , pp. 517-519
    1. Harvest of Hate by Leon Poliakov
    2. The Vichy Regime, 1940-44 by Robert Aron and Georgette Elgey
    3. The French Theory of the Nation in Arms, 1866-1939 by Richard D. Challener
    4. The French Labor Movement by Val R. Lorwin
    5. Protestantism and Politics in France by Stuart R. Schram
    6. Iceland, Old-New Republic by Amy Elizabeth Jensen
    7. October '43 by Aage Bertelsen
    8. West Norway and Its Fjords by Frank Noel Stagg
    9. The Wilhelmstrasse by Paul Seabury
    10. The Young Hitler I Knew by August Kubizek
    11. Communist Close-Up by Vincent R. Tortora
    12. Germany, 1945-1954
  • [+]
    (16 Reviews)
    , pp. 520-521
    1. The Red Carpet by Marshall MacDuffie
    2. Stalin's Heirs by George Gordon Young
    3. Vorkuta by Joseph Scholmer
    4. Russia by the Back Door by Leon Maks
    5. The Interregnum, 1923-1924 by Edward H. Carr
    6. Ritual of Liquidation by Nathan Leites and Elsa Bernaut
    7. Soviet Law and Soviet Society by George C. Guins
    8. Soviet National Income and Product, 1940-48 by Abram Bergson and Hans Heymann, Jr.
    9. Soviet National Income and Product in 1928 by Oleg Hoeffding
    10. Wages, Prices and Social Legislation in the Soviet Union by Leif Bjork
    11. Lost Splendor by Prince Felix Youssoupoff
    12. The Memoirs of Marshal Mannerheim by Marshal Mannerheim
    13. Green Gold and Granite by Wendy Hall
    14. Czechoslovakia by Harriet G. Wanklyn
    15. Introducing Yugoslavia by Lovett F. Edwards
    16. Unwritten Law in Albania by Margaret M.H. Hasluck
  • [+]
    (9 Reviews)
    , p. 522
    1. Old Men Forget by Duff Cooper
    2. Tempestuous Journey by Frank Owen
    3. The Royal Family by Pierre Berton
    4. Studies in the Social Services by Sheila Ferguson and Hilde Fitzgerald
    5. The Redistribution of Income in Postwar Britain by Allan Murray Cartter
    6. British Public Finances by Ursula K. Webb Hicks
    7. Canada's Tomorrow by G.P. Gilmour
    8. Wartime Agriculture in Australia and New Zealand, 1939-50 by J.G. Crawford
    9. Economic Stability in New Zealand by Robert Stewart Parker
  • [+]
    (3 Reviews)
    , p. 523
    1. The Middle East: A Political and Economic Survey
    2. Ghost on Horseback: The Incredible Ataturk by Ray Brock
    3. Ben-Gurion of Israel by Barnet Litvinoff
  • [+]
    (10 Reviews)
    , p. 523
    1. There Is No Asia by Dwight Cooke
    2. Asia, East by South by Joseph Earle Spencer
    3. Malaya, Indonesia, Borneo, and the Philippines by Charles Robequain
    4. The Men Who Ruled India: The Guardians by Philip Woodruff
    5. The Transfer of Power in India, 1945-7 by E.W.R. Lumby
    6. Indian Year Book of International Affairs 1953 by Charles Henry Alexandrowicz
    7. The Seventh Year of Freedom: August 1953-August 1954
    8. Gandhian Outlook and Techniques
    9. The Foundations of Local Government in India, Pakistan, and Burma by Hugh Tinker
    10. The Communist Menace in Malaya by Harry Miller
  • [+]
    (14 Reviews)
    , pp. 524-525
    1. Fifty Years in China by John Leighton Stuart
    2. China's March Toward the Tropics by Herold J. Wiens
    3. The Economic Development of Japan by William W. Lockwood
    4. Nationalism in Japan by Delmer M. Brown
    5. Zaibatsu Dissolution in Japan by Thomas A. Bisson
    6. Japan's New Order in East Asia by Francis C. Jones
    7. Japanese Food Management in World War II by Bruce F. Johnston
    8. The Japanese and Sun Yat-Sen by Marius B. Jansen
    9. The War in Korea, 1950-1953 by R.C.W. Thomas
    10. Combat Actions in Korea by Russell A. Gugeler
    11. Korean Studies Guide by Richard Marcus
    12. Southwest Pacific by Kenneth B. Cumberland
    13. Saipan: The Ethnology of a War-Devastated Island by Alexander Spoehr
    14. Hawaii Under Army Rule by J. Garner Anthony
  • [+]
    (8 Reviews)
    , p. 526
    1. Africa Today by C. Grove Haines
    2. African Assignment by Francis de Guingand
    3. Moroccan Moscaic by Ethel Mannin
    4. Tunisia Today: Crisis in North Africa by Leon Laitman
    5. Egypt at Mid-Century: An Economic Survey by Charles P. Issawi
    6. A History of Modern Egypt and Anglo-Egyptian Relations, 1800-1956 by John Marlowe
    7. The Fighting Sudanese by H.C. Jackson
    8. The Ethiopian Empire: Federation and Laws by Nathan Marein
  • [+]
    (6 Reviews)
    , p. 527
    1. Britain and the United States in the Caribbean by Mary M. Proudfoot
    2. The Caribbean: Its Economy by A. Curtis Wilgus
    3. Haiti: the Black Republic by Selden Rodman
    4. A Halo for Gomez by John Lavin
    5. Venezuela Through Its History by William D. Marsland and Amy L. Marsland
    6. The United States and Argentina by Arthur P. Whitaker
  • , pp. 528-534
    1. Britain and the United States in the Caribbean by Mary M. Proudfoot
    2. The Caribbean: Its Economy by A. Curtis Wilgus
    3. Haiti: the Black Republic by Selden Rodman
    4. A Halo for Gomez by John Lavin
    5. Venezuela Through Its History by William D. Marsland and Amy L. Marsland
    6. The United States and Argentina by Arthur P. Whitaker