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Foreign Affairs Archives
Title Author Period Text
Type? Genre/Topic? Subtitles?
Foreign Affairs, Spring Issue
- 21 Articles, 280pp
  • , pp. 675-697
  • The Reagan Doctrine 
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  • , pp. 715-731
  • East Asia 
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  • , pp. 752-767
  • , pp. 768-791
  • , pp. 792-811
    The Politics of Oil
  • , pp. 812-832
  • , pp. 833-848
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  • Recent Books on International Relations 
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    (4 Reviews)
    , p. 871
    1. The Primacy of Freedom in Development by Ambassador Soedjatmoko
    2. Ethics and International Relations by Kenneth W. Thompson
    3. Alien Powers by Kenneth R. Minogue
    4. Third World Marxist-Leninist Regimes by Uri Ra'anan
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    (9 Reviews)
    , pp. 872-873
    1. Making the Alliance Work by Gregory F. Treverton
    2. La Puce, Les Hommes et la Bombe by Pascal Boniface
    3. Making Europe Unconquerable by Gene Sharp
    4. A Game for High Stakes by Leon Sloss and M. Scott Davis
    5. Achieving Effective Arms Control
    6. Psychology and Deterrence by Robert Jervis, Richard Ned Lebow, and...
    7. Strategic Defense by Keith B. Payne
    8. Israel's Global Reach by Aaron S. Klieman
    9. Fighting Back by Neil C. Livingstone and Terrell E. Ar...
  • [+]
    (15 Reviews)
    , pp. 874-876
    1. Trade Talks: America Better Listen! by C. Michael Aho and Jonathan David Aro...
    2. Deficits and the Dollar by Stephen Marris
    3. Economic Statecraft by David A. Baldwin
    4. The Rise of the Trading State by Richard Rosecrance
    5. The Zero-Sum Solution by Lester Thurow
    6. New Limits on European Agriculture by Francois Duchene, Edward Szczepanik, ...
    7. Confrontation or Negotiation by Randall B. Purcell
    8. Europe and the New Technologies by Margaret Sharp
    9. Technology Transfer and East-West Relations by Mark E. Schaffer
    10. Economic Policy in an Interdependent World by Richard N. Cooper
    11. Exploring the Global Economy by Raymond Vernon
    12. A Dance Along the Precipice by William N. Eskridge, Jr.
    13. World Debt Crisis by Michael P. Claudon
    14. Banks, Petrodollars and Sovereign Debtors by Penelope Hartland-Thunberg and Charle...
    15. Toward the Year 2000 by Ruth Karen
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    (15 Reviews)
    , pp. 877-880
    1. Public Philosopher by Walter Lippmann and John Morton Blum
    2. Reinhold Niebuhr: A Biography by Richard Wightman Fox
    3. Estrangement: America and the World by Sanford J. Ungar
    4. The American Approach to Foreign Policy by Cecil V. Crabb, Jr.
    5. Aftermath by John D. Montgomery
    6. The Rise and Fall of Detente by Richard W. Stevenson
    7. Anatomy of a War by Gabriel Kolko
    8. An International History of the Vietnam War, Vol. II by R.B. Smith
    9. The Kennedy Presidency by Kenneth W. Thompson
    10. Whistle Stops by Wilson W. Wyatt, Sr.
    11. A World of Secrets by Walter Laqueur
    12. Intelligence Requirements for the 1980's by Roy Godson
    13. Intelligence Requirements for the 1980's by Roy Godson
    14. The Ultra Americans by Thomas D. Parrish
    15. Between Washington and Jerusalem by Wolf Blitzer
  • [+]
    (8 Reviews)
    , p. 881
    1. With the Contras by Christopher Dickey
    2. Military Rule in Chile by J. Samuel Valenzuela and Arturo Valen...
    3. State and Opposition in Military Brazil by Maria Helena Moreira Alves
    4. Impulse to Revolution in Latin America by Jeffrey W. Barrett
    5. Latin American Views of U.S. Policy by Robert Wesson and Heraldo Munoz
    6. The Latin American Policies of U.S. Allies by William Perry and Peter Wehner
    7. European Interests in Latin America by Esperanza Duran
    8. Manual of the Urban Guerrilla by Carlos Marighella
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    (8 Reviews)
    , pp. 882-884
    1. The Holocaust by Martin Gilbert
    2. Students and National Socialism in Germany by Geoffrey J. Giles
    3. Walter Rathenau: Notes and Diaries, 1907-1922 by Hartmut Pogge von Strandmann and Walt...
    4. The Unwanted by Michael R. Marrus
    5. The Privileged Partnership by Haig Simonian
    6. Stalin and the European Communists by Paolo Spriano
    7. Her Majesty's Secret Service by Christopher M. Andrew
    8. The Fringes of Power by John Colville
  • [+]
    (10 Reviews)
    , pp. 885-886
    1. The Birth of the Propaganda State by Peter Kenez
    2. The First Socialist Society by Geoffrey Hosking
    3. Soviet Nationalities in Strategic Perspective by S. Enders Wimbush
    4. Soviet Military Interventions Since 1945 by Alex P. Schmid
    5. The Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan by Joseph J. Collins
    6. The KGB and Soviet Disinformation by Ladislav Bittman
    7. Nations Under Duress by I. Joseph Vizulis
    8. KOR by Jan Jozef Lipski
    9. Party Pluralism or Monism by Vojislav Kostunica and Kosta Cavoski
    10. Yugoslavia in the 1980s by Pedro Ramet
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    (8 Reviews)
    , pp. 887-888
    1. The Siege by Conor Cruise O'Brien
    2. Israel: The Partitioned State by Amos Perlmutter
    3. The Future of American-Israeli Relations by James Lee Ray
    4. Under Siege by Rashid Khalidi
    5. Superpower Involvement in the Middle East by Paul Marantz and Blema S. Steinberg
    6. The Spirit of Allah by Amir Taheri
    7. The Iranian Revolution by Gholam R. Afkhami
    8. Iran Since the Revolution by Barry M. Rosen
  • [+]
    (8 Reviews)
    , pp. 889-890
    1. China: Long-Term Development Issues and Options
    2. Modernizing China by A. Doak Barnett and Ralph N. Clough
    3. Chinese Foreign Policy: Developments After Mao by Robert G. Sutter
    4. Modern China and Its Revolutionary Process by Robert A. Scalapino and George T. Yu
    5. Soviet-American Horizons on the Pacific by John J. Stephan and V.P. Chichkanov
    6. The American Occupation of Japan by Michael Schaller
    7. The Reluctant Crusade by James Irving Matray
    8. Korea and Indonesia in the Year 2000 by Jusuf Wanandi and Jae Kyu Park
  • [+]
    (4 Reviews)
    , pp. 891-892
    African Crisis Areas and U.S. Foreign Policy, by Gerald J. Bender, James S. Coleman, a...
    1. African Crisis Areas and U.S. Foreign Policy by Gerald J. Bender, James S. Coleman, a...
    2. The Future of Regionalism of Africa by Ralph I. Onwuka and Amadu Sesay
    3. South Africa and Its Neighbors by Robert I. Rotberg, Henry S. Bienen, R...
    4. Capitalism and Apartheid by Merle Lipton
  • , pp. 893-926
    1. African Crisis Areas and U.S. Foreign Policy by Gerald J. Bender, James S. Coleman, a...
    2. The Future of Regionalism of Africa by Ralph I. Onwuka and Amadu Sesay
    3. South Africa and Its Neighbors by Robert I. Rotberg, Henry S. Bienen, R...
    4. Capitalism and Apartheid by Merle Lipton