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Foreign Affairs Archives
By William L. Langer
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  • Foreign Affairs
    Total Archives: 80 Years, 335 Issues, 7,959 Articles, 69,189pp
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    1. Foreign Affairs
      , October 1935, pp. 102-119
    2. Foreign Affairs
      , October 1962, pp. 115-130
    3. Foreign Affairs
      , July 1973, p. vi
    4. The Struggle for the Nile
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1936, pp. 259-273
    5. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      General: Political and Legal
      1. The New Internationalism by Clark Foreman
      2. Property or Peace? by Henry Noel Brailsford
      3. A Primer for Tomorrow by Christian F. Gauss
      4. Quo Vadimus? by Alfred E. Zimmern
      5. Do We Want Fascism? by Carmen Haider
      6. The Method of Freedom by Walter Lippmann
      7. Must We Have War? by Ascher Henkin
      8. Sanctions and Treaty Enforcement by Payson S. Wild, Jr.
      9. The World Court, 1921-1931 by Manley O. Hudson
      10. The Air Menace and the Answer by Elvira K. Fradkin
      11. Merchants of Death by H.C. Engelbrecht and F.C. Hanighen
      12. Iron, Blood and Profits by George Seldes
      13. National States and National Minorities by C.A. Macartney
      14. Handbook of Revolutions by Roger Shaw
      15. The Racial Myth by Paul Radin
      16. An Atlas of Current Affairs by James F. Horrabin
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1934, pp. 689-690
    6. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      International Relations of the United States
      1. Woodrow Wilson: The Caricature, the Myth and the Man by Edith Gittings Reid
      2. The Two Americas by Stephen Duggan
      3. On Our Way by Franklin D. Roosevelt
      4. The Menace of Recovery by William MacDonald
      5. The American Farmer and the Export Market by Austin A. Dowell and Oscar B. Jesness
      6. The Mainstay of American Individualism by Cassius M. Clay
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1934, p. 691
    7. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      The World War
      1. American Diplomacy During the World War by Charles Seymour
      2. The Russian Campaign of 1914 by Nicholas N. Golovine
      3. Colonel Lawrence of Arabia by B.H. Liddell Hart
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1934, p. 692
    8. [+]
      (18 Reviews)
      Western Europe
      1. The New Deal in Europe by Emil Lengyel
      2. Crisis Government by Lindsay Rogers
      3. Red Thunder by Roy S. Durstine
      4. In All Countries by John Dos Passos
      5. The Vatican: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow by George Seldes
      6. The Long Roll on the Rhine by E. Alexander Powell
      7. Germany Prepares for War by Ewald Banse
      8. The Tragedy of a Nation by Prince Hubertus Lowenstein
      9. Adolf Hitler: The Drama of His Career by James Vincent Murphy
      10. Germany Reborn by Hermann Goering
      11. Germany's Third Empire by Arthur Moeller van den Bruck
      12. Hitler Over Europe? by Ernst Henri
      13. Nazism: An Assault on Civilization by Pierre Van Paassen and James W. Wise
      14. The Hour of Decision, Part One by Oswald Spengler
      15. Theological Existence Today by Karl Barth
      16. The Burning of the Reichstag by Douglas Reed
      17. I Was a German by Ernst Toller
      18. German Business Cycles, 1924-1933 by Carl T. Schmidt
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1934, pp. 693-696
    9. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      Eastern Europe
      1. Ignace Paderewski: Musician and Statesman by Rom Landau
      2. Poland's Access to the Sea by Casimir Smogorzewski
      3. The Crucifixion of Liberty by Aleksandr F. Kerensky
      4. Russia by Pelham H. Box
      5. Duranty Reports Russia by Walter Duranty and Gustavus Tuckerman...
      6. Modern Russia by Cicely M. Hamilton
      7. Trip to Russia by Leonard K. Elmhirst
      8. Winter in Moscow by Malcolm Muggeridge
      9. From the First to the Second Five Year Plan
      10. Industrialized Russia by Alcan Hirsch
      11. Russian Engineer by John R. Westgarth
      12. The Native's Return by Louis Adamic
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1934, pp. 697-698
    10. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      The Near East
      1. An Eastern Chequerboard by Harry Luke
      2. A Year's Embassy to Mustafa Kemal by Charles H. Sherrill
      3. Palestine by Norman Bentwich
      4. Lord of Arabia, King Ibn Saud by Harold Courtenay Armstrong
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1934, p. 700
    11. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Far East
      1. The Message of Asia by Paul Cohen-Portheim
      2. Empire in the East by Joseph Barnes
      3. World Tides in the Far East by Basil J. Mathews
      4. The Pageant of Chinese History by Elizabeth Seeger
      5. China by Leonard A. Lyall
      6. China's Geographic Foundations by George Babcock Cressey
      7. The Chinese Periodical Press, 1800-1912 by Roswell S. Britton
      8. The Mongols of Manchuria by Owen Lattimore
      9. Island India Goes to School by Edwin R. Embree, Margaret S. Simon, a...
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1934, p. 701
    12. [+]
      (Review)
      Latin America
      1. Modern Hispanic America by A. Curtis Wilgus
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1934, p. 702
    13. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      General: Political and Legal
      1. Democracy in Crisis by Harold J. Laski
      2. A Treatise on the State by Leonid Pitamic
      3. The Interdependent World and Its Problems by Ramsay Muir
      4. This Troubled World by John Drinkwater
      5. The Religious Foundations of Internationalism by Norman Bentwich
      6. International Politics by Frederick L. Schuman
      7. The Unfinished Task by Frederick Whyte
      8. The League of Nations in Theory and Practice by Charles K. Webster
      9. Force in Peace by Albert E. Hindmarsh
      10. The Problem of Disarmament by Richard Schmidt and Adolf Grabowsky
      11. The Great Illusion by Norman Angell
      12. The Fight Against War by Albert Einstein
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1933, pp. 720-721
    14. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      General: Economic
      1. Modern Foreign Exchange by Franklin Escher
      2. Facing the Facts by James Gerald Smith
      3. The World Economic Crisis, 1929-1932 by Paul Einzig
      4. Economics of a Changing World by H.V. Hodson
      5. The Wreck of Reparations by John W. Wheeler-Bennett
      6. The ABC of War Debts and the Seven Popular Delusions About Them by Frank H. Simonds
      7. Will They Pay? by Dorsey Richardson
      8. The Fight for Financial Supremacy by Paul Einzig
      9. Credit and Peace by Feliks Mlynarski
      10. The Comedy of the Pound by Paul Einzig
      11. Planned Money by Basil P. Blackett
      12. Stable Money, the Remedy for the Economic World Crisis by Robert Eisler
      13. The International Labor Organization by Alice S. Cheyney
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1933, p. 722
    15. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      International Relations of the United States
      1. Woodrow Wilson: The Man Who Lives on by John Kennedy Winkler
      2. Breasting World Frontiers by Vernon Boyce Hampton
      3. Looking Forward by Franklin D. Roosevelt
      4. Inevitable War by Lieutenant Colonel Richard Stockton
      5. America on Trial by Phelps Phelps
      6. In Defense of the Senate by Royden J. Dangerfield
      7. The Eighteenth Amendment and Our Foreign Relations by Robert Lee Jones
      8. Hawaii and Its Race Problem by William Atherton Du Puy
      9. The Diplomatic Protection of Americans in Mexico by Frederick Sherwood Dunn
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1933, p. 723
    16. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      The World War
      1. Beginning the Twentieth Century by Joseph Ward Swain
      2. French and German Public Opinion on Declared War Aims, 1914-1918 by Ebba Dahlin
      3. America in the World War by James Guthrie Harbord
      4. Smoke on the Horizon by Cecil V. Usborne
      5. Military Operations: Macedonia by Cyril Falls and G.M. Bayliss
      6. The Dark Invader by Franz von Rintelen
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1933, p. 724
    17. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Western Europe
      1. The Beginnings of Tomorrow by Herbert Adolphus Miller
      2. The Challenge of Europe by Sherwood Eddy
      3. Agricultural Systems of Middle Europe by O.S. Morgan
      4. Modern Italy: A Short History by George B. McClellan
      5. Peace Patrol by Stewart Roddie
      6. The Crisis of German Democracy by Herbert Kraus
      7. The German Paradox by Antoni Plutynski
      8. Spotlight on Germany by Eric Roll
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1933, pp. 725-727