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Foreign Affairs Archives
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Foreign Affairs, January 1966 Issue
- 24 Articles, 190pp
  • , pp. 173-197
  • , pp. 198-205
  • , pp. 206-215
  • , pp. 216-228
    An International Misunderstanding
  • , pp. 229-238
  • , pp. 239-252
  • , pp. 253-263
  • , pp. 264-274
    The Russian Experience
  • , pp. 275-290
  • , pp. 291-303
    Berlin, Cyprus, Laos
  • , pp. 304-313
  • , pp. 314-319
  • Recent Books on International Relations 
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    (19 Reviews)
    , pp. 320-321
    1. International Political Communication by W. Phillips Davison
    2. Unfinished Revolution by C.L. Sulzberger
    3. The Atlantic Community by Drew Middleton
    4. Political Culture and Political Development by Lucian W. Pye and Sidney Verba
    5. Social Structure and the Ruling Class by Raymond Aron
    6. Education and Political Development by James S. Coleman
    7. Poor Countries and Authoritarian Rule by Maurice F. Neufeld
    8. Marxism: One Hundred Years in the Life of a Doctrine by Bertram D. Wolfe
    9. International Communism After Khruschev by Leopold Labedz
    10. Marxism in the Modern World by Milorad M. Drachkovitch
    11. Political Unification by Amitai Etzioni
    12. The Glass Curtain Between Asia and Europe by Raghavan Iyer
    13. A New World in the Making by Danilo Dolci
    14. None So Blind by Ian G. Colvin
    15. The Roosevelt-Litvinov Agreements by Donald G. Bishop
    16. The International Law Commission by Herbert W. Briggs
    17. UN: The First Twenty Years by Clark M. Eichelberger
    18. The United States in World Affairs, 1964 by Jules Davids
    19. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1964 by Jules Davids and Elaine P. Adam
  • [+]
    (10 Reviews)
    , p. 322
    1. Decision-Making for Defense by Charles J. Hitch
    2. Day of Trinity by Lansing Lamont
    3. Arms, Money, and Politics by Julius Duscha
    4. Military Concepts and Philosophy by Henry E. Eccles
    5. Disarmament and International Law by Allan Gotlieb
    6. Space: Its Impact On Man and Society by Lillian Levy
    7. Space and the International Cooperation Year by Arnold W. Frutkin
    8. A Peril and a Hope by Alice Kimball Smith
    9. The Western Front, 1914-1918 by John Terraine
    10. Gallipoli: The History of a Noble Blunder by Robert Rhodes James
  • [+]
    (9 Reviews)
    , pp. 323-324
    1. Multilateral Commercial Diplomacy by Gerard Curzon
    2. Trade Prospects for Developing Countries by Bela A. Balassa
    3. The Common Market by Finn B. Jensen and Ingo Walter
    4. American Enterprise and Foreign Trade by O.R. Strackbein
    5. The Communist Economic Challenge by David Ingram
    6. Economics and the Idea of Mankind by Berthold F. Hoselitz
    7. The International Development Association by James H. Weaver
    8. Economic Crises in World Agriculture by Theodore W. Schultz
    9. The Hungry Planet by Georg Borgstrom
  • [+]
    (15 Reviews)
    , p. 325
    1. Kennedy by Theodore C. Sorensen
    2. John Fitzgerald Kennedy by Goddard Lieberson
    3. The Secretary of State and the Ambassador by Henry M. Jackson
    4. The National Security Council by Henry M. Jackson
    5. Waging Peace, 1956-1961 by Dwight D. Eisenhower
    6. Affairs at State by Henry Serrano Villard
    7. Our Depleted Society by Seymour Melman
    8. The Uncertain South by Charles O. Lerche, Jr.
    9. Days of Shame by Charles E. Potter
    10. New Deal Mosaic by Lester G. Seligman and Elmer E. Cornw...
    11. The Poverty of Abundance by Albert U. Romasco
    12. E.R. Stettinius, Jr./James F. Byrnes by Richard L. Walker and George Curry
    13. A Soldier Speaks by Douglas MacArthur and Vorin E. Whan, Jr.
    14. Wilson: Campaigns for Progressivism and Peace, 1916-1917 by Arthur S. Link
    15. Confrontation: Black and White by Lerone Bennett, Jr.
  • [+]
    (11 Reviews)
    , pp. 326-327
    1. Canada: The Uneasy Neighbor by Gerald Clark
    2. O Canada by Edmund Wilson
    3. Latin American Mission by DeLesseps S. Morrison
    4. Organized Labor in Latin America by Robert J. Alexander
    5. Industrial Relations and Social Change in Latin America by William H. Form and Albert A. Blum
    6. The Political Economy of Latin America by Wendell C. Gordon
    7. Peru's Own Conquest by Fernando Belaunde-Terry
    8. Labor and Politics in Peru by James L. Payne
    9. Nationalism and Communism in Chile by Ernst Halperin
    10. Santo Domingo: Revolt of the Damned by Dan Kurzman
    11. Administration of a Revolution by Charles T. Goodsell
  • [+]
    (9 Reviews)
    , pp. 328-329
    1. The Meaning of Europe by Denis de Rougemont
    2. The British General Election of 1964 by David E. Butler and Anthony King
    3. Nationalisation in British Politics by E. Eldon Barry
    4. From My Level by George Mallaby
    5. Asquith: Portrait of a Man and an Era by Roy Jenkins
    6. Kurt Schumacher by Lewis J. Edinger
    7. Capital Formation in West Germany by Karl W. Roskamp
    8. The Secret War Against Hitler by Fabian von Schlabrendorff
    9. Italy by Massimo Salvadori
  • [+]
    (9 Reviews)
    , p. 330
    1. The Bolsheviks by Adam B. Ulam
    2. Power and the Soviet Elite by Boris I. Nicolaevsky and Janet D. Zag...
    3. Soviet Theory of Knowledge by Thomas J. Blakeley
    4. Law in Soviet Society by Wayne R. LaFave
    5. Khrushchev's Crop Policy by Naum Jasny
    6. Soviet Planning by Jane Degras and Alec Nove
    7. Soviet Economic Processes by Edward Ames
    8. Finland in Crisis, 1940-1941 by Anthony F. Upton
    9. Croatia: Land, People, and Culture by Francis H. Eterovich and Christopher ...
  • [+]
    (12 Reviews)
    , pp. 331-332
    1. The Contemporary Middle East by Benjamin Rivlin and Joseph S. Szyliowicz
    2. Revolutions and Military Rule in the Middle East by George M. Haddad
    3. Middle Eastern Affairs, Number Four by Albert Hourani
    4. The Turkish Political Elite by Frederick W. Frey
    5. United States Policy and the Partition of Turkey, 1914-1924 by Laurence Evans
    6. High Dam at Aswan by Tom Little
    7. Jordan: a Political Study, 1948-1957 by Aqil H.H. Abidi
    8. The Modern History of Lebanon by Kamal S. Salibi
    9. Lebanon: Improbable Nation by Leila M.T. Meo
    10. The Armenian Communities in Syria Under Ottoman Dominion by Avedis K. Sanjian
    11. The Kibbutz That Was by Boris Stern
    12. Afghanistan: Highway of Conquest by Arnold Fletcher
  • [+]
    (12 Reviews)
    , p. 333
    1. The Communist Revolution in Asia by Robert A. Scalapino
    2. Marxism and Asia, 1853-1964 by Stuart R. Schram and Helene Carrere d...
    3. Religion and Progress in Modern Asia by Robert N. Bellah
    4. Southeast Asia in Transition by B.R. Chatterji
    5. East-West Parallels by W.F. Wertheim
    6. Pakistan: Its People, Its Society, Its Culture by Donald N. Wilber
    7. Political Development in Pakistan by Karl von Vorys
    8. The Anguish of India by Ronald Segal
    9. The Stricken Peacock by Maung Htin Aung
    10. The Memoirs of a Malayan Official by Victor Purcell
    11. Cambodia's Foreign Policy by Roger M. Smith
    12. The Lost Revolution by Robert Shaplen
  • [+]
    (13 Reviews)
    , pp. 334-335
    1. China and the Peace of Asia by Alastair Buchan
    2. The Rate and Pattern of Industrial Growth in Communist China by Kang Chao
    3. The Economy of Communist China by Yuan-li Wu
    4. The United States and Japan by Edwin O. Reischauer
    5. Japan's Economic Expansion by G.C. Allen
    6. Local Government in Japan by Kurt Steiner
    7. Twelve Doors to Japan by John Whitney Hall and Richard K. Bear...
    8. With MacArthur in Japan by William J. Sebald and Russell Brines
    9. Yamamoto: The Man Who Menaced America by John Deane Potter
    10. Japan and Korea by James W. Morley
    11. The Korean War and the United Nations by Tae-Ho Yoo
    12. Macapagal the Incorruptible by Quentin J. Reynolds and Geoffrey Bocca
    13. Under the Ivi Tree by Cyril S. Belshaw
  • [+]
    (12 Reviews)
    , pp. 336-337
    1. East Wind Over Africa by John K. Cooley
    2. Education and Nation-Building in Africa by L. Gray Cowan, James O'Connell, and D...
    3. The Political Awakening of Africa by Rupert Emerson and Martin Kilson
    4. Tunisia Since Independence by Clement Henry Moore
    5. Foreign Enterprise in Nigeria by Paul O. Proehl
    6. Education in Nigeria by Okechukwu Ikejiani
    7. The Rise of Nationalism in Central Africa by Robert I. Rotberg
    8. Malawi: A Geographical Study by John G. Pike and Gerald T. Rimmington
    9. Ethiopia: A New Political History by Richard Greenfield
    10. A Survey of Race Relations in South Africa, 1964 by Muriel Horrell
    11. No Easy Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela and Ruth First
    12. The White Tribes of Africa by Richard West
  • , pp. 338-360
    1. East Wind Over Africa by John K. Cooley
    2. Education and Nation-Building in Africa by L. Gray Cowan, James O'Connell, and D...
    3. The Political Awakening of Africa by Rupert Emerson and Martin Kilson
    4. Tunisia Since Independence by Clement Henry Moore
    5. Foreign Enterprise in Nigeria by Paul O. Proehl
    6. Education in Nigeria by Okechukwu Ikejiani
    7. The Rise of Nationalism in Central Africa by Robert I. Rotberg
    8. Malawi: A Geographical Study by John G. Pike and Gerald T. Rimmington
    9. Ethiopia: A New Political History by Richard Greenfield
    10. A Survey of Race Relations in South Africa, 1964 by Muriel Horrell
    11. No Easy Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela and Ruth First
    12. The White Tribes of Africa by Richard West