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Foreign Affairs Archives
By William Diebold
Title Author X Period Text
Type? Genre/Topic? Subtitles?
  • Foreign Affairs
    Total Archives: 80 Years, 335 Issues, 7,959 Articles, 69,189pp
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    1. Foreign Affairs
      , April 1962, pp. 407-418
    2. Foreign Affairs
      , October 1948, pp. 117-128
    3. Foreign Affairs
      , July 1947, pp. 709-722
    4. Foreign Affairs
      , October 1972, pp. 167-180
    5. Political Dangers in the Settlement
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1943, pp. 505-512
    6. Foreign Affairs
      , October 1950, pp. 114-129
    7. Foreign Affairs
      , July 1943, pp. 711-720
    8. Foreign Affairs
      , October 1947, pp. 169-186
    9. Foreign Affairs
      , January 1967, pp. 291-303
    10. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      General: Economic, Social and Cultural
      1. Growth Industrial and World Trade by Alfred Maizels
      2. The Political Dynamics of European Economic Integration by Leon N. Lindberg
      3. Problems of the United States as World Trader and Banker by Hal B. Lary
      4. Studies in United States Commercial Policy by William B. Kelly, Jr.
      5. The Road to Huddersfield by James Morris
      6. Politics and Economics by Lionel C. Robbins
      7. The Economic Effects of Disarmament
      8. The Economics of Success by Ludwig Erhard
      9. Economics for Development by Stephen Enke
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1964, p. 332
    11. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      General: Economic and Social
      1. International Trade and Development by Gerald M. Meier
      2. International Trade Theory in a Developing World by Roy F. Harrod and Douglas Hague
      3. Trade Blocs and Common Markets by Sidney Dell
      4. Economic Development: Past and Present by Richard T. Gill
      5. The Planning and Execution of Economic Development by Louis J. Walinsky
      6. International Financing and Investment by John F. McDaniels
      7. Technology and Economic Development
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1964, p. 504
    12. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      General: Economic and Social
      1. The Economics of Take-Off Into Sustained Growth by W.W. Rostow
      2. The Dollar in World Affairs by Henry G. Aubrey
      3. The United States Balance of Payments in 1968 by Walter S. Salant
      4. The Dollar Crisis by Nasrollah S. Fatemi, Thibaunt de Sain...
      5. Foreign Aid and Foreign Policy by Edward S. Mason
      6. Foreign Aid and Foreign Policy by Herbert Feis
      7. The Political Role of Labor in Developing Countries by Bruce H. Millen
      8. National Labor Movements in the Post-War World by Everett M. Kassalow
      9. The Critical Decade by Henry S. Reuss
      10. International Manual on the European Economic Community by Henry Alfred Kurt Junckerstorff and C...
      11. The Population Crisis and the Use of World Resources by Stuart Mudd
      12. Human Fertility and Population Problems by Roy O. Greep
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1964, pp. 684-685
    13. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      General: Economic and Social
      1. Economic Growth in the West by Angus Maddison
      2. Challenge to Affluence by Gunnar Myrdal
      3. International Business Policy by Richard D. Robinson
      4. International Business by Howe Martyn
      5. Sterling in the Sixties by Christopher McMahon
      6. The Theory of Trade and Protection by William Penfield Travis
      7. Agricultural Protection and Trade by John H. Richter
      8. Witness for Aid by Frank M. Coffin
      9. Where Did Your Money Go? by Andrew Tully and Milton Britten
      10. The Refugees in the World by Joseph B. Schechtman
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1964, p. 178
    14. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      General: Economic and Social
      1. Economic Policy in Our Time by Etienne-Sadi Kirschen
      2. Economic Relations Between Peking and Moscow, 1949-1963 by Chu-Yuan Cheng
      3. Hungry Nations by William Paddock and Paul Paddock
      4. Essays in Economic Development by V.K.R.V. Rao
      5. Commonwealth Common Market by K. Venkatagiri Gowda
      6. Essays in the Theory of Trade Discrimination by Just Faaland
      7. General Equilibrium of International Discrimination by Jaroslav Vanek
      8. International Liquidity by Ian Shannon
      9. The International Monetary Fund by Hans Aufricht
      10. International Monetary Fund: Retrospect and Prospect by Shigeo Horie
      11. International Currency Plans and Expansion of World Trade by K. Venkatagiri Gowda
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1965, p. 540
    15. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      General: Economic and Social
      1. British Export Performance by Sidney J. Wells
      2. The Economics of the Developing Countries by Hla Myint
      3. The Economics of Competitive Coexistence by Cyril A. Zebot
      4. Postwar Economic Growth by Simon Kuznets
      5. Development and Underdevelopment by Celso Furtado
      6. Central Planning by Jan Tinbergen
      7. World Economic Problems and Policies by Herbert V. Prochnow
      8. International Payments, Debts, and Gold by Fritz Machlup
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1965, p. 711
    16. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      General: Economic and Social
      1. Monetary Reform for the World Economy by Robert V. Roosa
      2. Economic Aid and International Cost Sharing by John A. Pincus
      3. Reforming the World's Money by Sir Roy F. Harrod
      4. Foreign Dollar Loans in Europe by Paul Einzig
      5. Income Redistribution and the Statistical Foundations of Economic Policy by Colin Clark and Geer Stuvel
      6. Transport Investment and Economic Development by Gary Fromm
      7. Strategy for Mobility by Wilfred Owen
      8. The Economics of Subsistence Agriculture by Colin Clark and Margaret Haswell
      9. Manpower and Education by Frederick Harbison and Charles A. Myers
      10. Workers Councils by Adolf Sturmthal
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1965, p. 150
    17. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      General: Economic and Social
      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
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1966, pp. 323-324
    18. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      General: Economic and Social
      1. Modern Capitalism by Andrew Shonfield
      2. The World Economy at the Crossroads by Harry G. Johnson
      3. Development Finance: Planning and Control by Ursula K. Hicks
      4. Capital and Growth by John Richard Hicks
      5. The Last Revolution by Louis Joseph Lebret
      6. Governmental Policy and International Education by Stewart Fraser
      7. Problems of Aid to Education in Developing Countries by Ladislav Cerych
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1966, pp. 530-531