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Foreign Affairs Archives
By Harry Elmer Barnes
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  • Foreign Affairs
    Total Archives: 80 Years, 335 Issues, 7,959 Articles, 69,189pp
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    1. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Foreign Relations of the United States
      1. America and the Post-War European Situation by L.S. Rowe
      2. Independence for the Philippines by J.E. Johnson
      3. American Economic History by Harold Underwood Faulkner
      4. American Agriculture and the European Market by Edwin Griswold Nourse
      5. Sugar in Relation to the Tariff by Philip G. Wright
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1924, p. 335
    2. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      Europe
      1. Outbreak of the World War: German Documents by Karl Kautsky, Max Montgelas, and Walt...
      2. Economic and Social History of the World War by James T. Shotwell
      3. Preliminary History of the Armistice by J.B. Scott
      4. The Catholic Reaction in France by Denis Gwynn
      5. My Duel with the Vatican by Alfred F. Loisy
      6. The German White Book Concerning the Responsibility of the Authors of the War by J.B. Scott
      7. The Reparation Plan by Harold G. Moulton
      8. The Present State of Germany by John Hartman Morgan
      9. The Collapse of Central Europe by Karl Friedrich Nowak
      10. Czechoslovakia by Josef Gruber
      11. The New Slovakia by R.W. Seton-Watson
      12. Russian Debts and Russian Reconstruction by Leo Pasvolsky and Harold G. Moulton
      13. The Economic Condition of Soviet Russia by S.N. Prokopovich
      14. Problems of Life by Leon Trotsky
      15. The Romance of New Russia by Magdeleine Marx
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1924, pp. 336-338
    3. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      The British Empire
      1. The Greatest Experiment in History by Edward W.M. Grigg
      2. The Outline of British Trade by David W. Caddick
      3. The Constitution in Transition, 1910-1924 by J.A.R. Marriott
      4. The Labour Party's Aim
      5. The Evolution of French Canada by Jean Charlemagne Bracq
      6. Egypt and the Army by P.G. Elgood
      7. Labour in Indian Industries by Gladys Mary Broughton
      8. Indian Problems in Religion, Education and Politics by Bishop Whitehead
      9. Indian Emigration by "Emigrant"
      10. The Australian Commonwealth by Greville P. Tregarthen and P.E.G. Bayley
      11. Western Australia by J.S. Battye
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1924, p. 339
    4. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      The Near East
      1. Greece and the Great Powers by H.B. Dewing and E. Capps
      2. The Caliphate by Sir Thomas W. Arnold
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1924, p. 339
    5. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. Africa by Evans Lewin
      2. Recent Constitutional Developments in Egypt by William G. Hayter
      3. Egypt by H.H. Powers
      4. Greater France in Africa by William Milligan Sloane
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1924, p. 340
    6. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      The Far East
      1. Glimpses of Japan and Formosa by Harry A. Franck
      2. Willard Straight by Herbert Croly
      3. Red Bear or Yellow Dragon by Marguerite E. Baker Harrison
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1924, p. 340
    7. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Miscellaneous
      1. A History of Political Theories, Recent Times by Charles E. Merriam and Harry Elmer Ba...
      2. Population Problems by Edward Byron Reuter
      3. Survival or Extinction by Elisha M. Friedman
      4. The Character of Races by Ellsworth Huntington
      5. Racial Realities in Europe by Lothrop Stoddard
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1924, p. 341
    8. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      General International Relations
      1. The Expansion of Europe by Ramsay Muir
      2. Europe and Beyond by J.A.R. Marriott
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1922, p. 169 - PDF
    9. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      Foreign Relations of the United States
      1. The Control of American Foreign Relations by Quincy Wright
      2. Latin America and the United States by Graham H. Stuart
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1922, p. 169 - PDF
    10. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      Europe
      1. Cross Currents in Europe Today by Charles A. Beard
      2. The Struggle for Power in Europe, 1917-1921 by L. Haden Guest
      3. Socialization in Theory and Practice by Heinrich Strobel
      4. Let France Explain by Frederick Bausman
      5. French Public Finance in the Great War and To-Day by Harvey Edward Fisk
      6. The Wreck of Europe by Francesco Saverio Nitti
      7. Modern Italy by Tommaso Tittoni
      8. The Economic Resources of Austria by Karl Hudeczek
      9. The Czechoslovak Republic by Jaroslav Cisar and Frantisek Pokorny
      10. Poland Reborn by Roy Pember-Devereux
      11. Dismembered Hungary by Laszlo Buday
      12. Eminent Europeans by Eugene S. Bagger
      13. The A.B.C. of Communism by Nikolai I. Bukharin and E. Preobrazhe...
      14. The Russian Turmoil by Anton I. Denikin
      15. The Second Year of the League by Harold W.V. Temperley
      16. The Genoa Conference by J. Saxon Mills
      17. Reparations, Trade and Foreign Exchange by L.L.B. Angas
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1922, pp. 169-171 - PDF
    11. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      The Near East
      1. The Western Question in Greece and Turkey by Arnold J. Toynbee
      2. Speaking of the Turks by Mufaty-Zade K. Zia Bey
      3. The History of the Balkan Peninsula by Ferdinand Schevill
      4. The Heart of Arabia by H.St.J.B. Philby
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1922, p. 172 - PDF
    12. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Far East
      1. The Rising Temper of the East by Frazier Hunt
      2. The International Development of China by Sun Yat-Sen
      3. China Awakened by Min-Ch'ien T.Z. Tyau
      4. The Shantung Question by Ge-Zay Wood
      5. War and Armament Loans of Japan by Ushisaburo Kobayashi
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1922, p. 173 - PDF
    13. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      Latin America
      1. History of the Latin-American Nations by William Spence Robertson
      2. The New Latin America by Jacob Warshaw
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1922, p. 173 - PDF
    14. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      Miscellaneous
      1. The Northward Course of Empire by Vilhjalmur Stefansson
      2. The Trend of History by William Kay Wallace
      3. The World at the Cross Roads by Boris Leo Brasol
      Foreign Affairs
      , December 1922, p. 173 - PDF