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Foreign Affairs Archives
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Foreign Affairs, Summer Issue
- 28 Articles, 239pp
  • , pp. 989-1005
    A Compact in Foreign Affairs
  • , pp. 1006-1021
    A Crossroads for American Foreign Policy
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  • Military and Political Policy 
  • , pp. 1124-1144
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  • , pp. 1157-1170
  • The Debate over No First Use 
  •  --- by Stanley Kober
    , p. 1171
  • , pp. 1172-1173
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  • Recent Books on International Relations 
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    , p. 1187
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    , p. 1188
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    , pp. 1189-1191
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    , pp. 1202-1204
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    , pp. 1205-1206
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  • , pp. 1207-1217
    1. Personal Rule in Black Africa by Robert H. Jackson and Carl G. Rosberg
    2. Ah, But Your Land Is Beautiful by Alan Paton
    3. South Africa and the United States by Richard E. Bissell
    4. Isolating Apartheid by Baldwin Sjollema
    5. From the Congo to Soweto by Henry F. Jackson
    6. The Congo Cables by Madeleine Kalb
    7. Soviet and American Influence in the Horn of Africa by Marina Ottaway
    8. Alternative Futures for Africa by Timothy M. Shaw
  • , pp. 1218-1220
    1. Personal Rule in Black Africa by Robert H. Jackson and Carl G. Rosberg
    2. Ah, But Your Land Is Beautiful by Alan Paton
    3. South Africa and the United States by Richard E. Bissell
    4. Isolating Apartheid by Baldwin Sjollema
    5. From the Congo to Soweto by Henry F. Jackson
    6. The Congo Cables by Madeleine Kalb
    7. Soviet and American Influence in the Horn of Africa by Marina Ottaway
    8. Alternative Futures for Africa by Timothy M. Shaw