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Foreign Affairs Archives
By Abraham F. Lowenthal
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  • Foreign Affairs
    Total Archives: 80 Years, 335 Issues, 7,959 Articles, 69,189pp
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    1. Foreign Affairs
      , April 1970, pp. 494-508
    2. Ready for Partnership?
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1993, pp. 74-92
    3. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. Patterns of Development in Latin America by John Sheahan
      2. Political Survival by Barry Ames
      3. Reversal of Development in Argentina by Carlos H. Waisman
      4. Chile: Death in the South by Jacobo Timerman
      5. Mexican Politics in Transition by Judith Gentleman
      6. Finding Our Way? by Howard J. Wiarda
      7. Nicaragua v. United States: A Look at the Facts by Robert F. Turner
      Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1988, pp. 878-879
    4. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. No Boundaries Upstairs by Joseph T. Jockel
      2. Banana Diplomacy by Roy Gutman
      3. Imperial State and Revolution by Morris H. Morley
      4. Cuba's Socialist Economy Toward the 1990s by Andrew Zimbalist
      5. The Caribbean and World Politics by Jorge Heine and Leslie F. Manigat
      6. Aiding Migration by Josh DeWind and David H. Kinley
      7. The Soft War by Tom Barry and Deb Preusch
      8. Brazil's Economic and Political Future by Julian M. Chacel, Pamela S. Falk, and...
      9. Uruguay: Democracy at the Crossroads by Martin Weinstein
      10. Development and External Debt in Latin America by Richard E. Feinberg and Ricardo Ffren...
      11. Latin America's Debt Crisis by Robert A. Pastor
      Foreign Affairs
      , Summer 1988, pp. 1125-1126
    5. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. Diplomacy of Fear by Denis Smith
      2. Innocence Is Not Enough by Roger W. Bowen
      3. The Politics of Military Rule in Brazil, 1964-1985 by Thomas E. Skidmore
      4. Mexico in Transition: Implications for U.S. Policy by Susan Kaufman Purcell
      5. Crisis in Central America by Nora Hamilton
      6. Nicaragua's Continuing Struggle by Arturo J. Cruz
      7. Venezuela's Movimiento al Socialismo by Steve Ellner
      8. From Confrontation to Negotiation by Philip Brenner
      9. Terrorism: The Cuban Connection by Roger W. Fontaine
      Foreign Affairs
      , Fall 1988, pp. 188-189
    6. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. Canada and the New Internationalism by John Holmes and John Kirton
      2. Canada: The Strategic and Military Pawn by Gerard S. Vano
      3. Pinochet by Genaro Arriagada
      4. Isla 10 by Sergio Bitar
      5. Chile: Prospects for Democracy by Mark Falcoff, Arturo Valenzuela, and ...
      6. Oil and Mexican Foreign Policy by George W. Grayson
      7. Rethinking Military Politics by Alfred C. Stepan
      8. United States Policy in Latin America by John D. Martz
      9. Power in the Isthmus by James Dunkerley
      10. U.S. Ends and Means in Central America by Ernest van den Haag and Tom J. Farer
      11. Vital Interests by Bruce D. Larkin
      12. Haiti by Elizabeth Abbott
      13. Refugees of a Hidden War by Beatriz Manz
      14. Direct to the Poor by Sheldon Annis and Peter Hakim
      15. Inside Development in Latin America by James Lang
      Foreign Affairs
      , Winter 1988, pp. 184-187
    7. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. Limits to Friendship by Robert A. Pastor and Jorge G. Castaneda
      2. Challenge of Interdependence by Clark W. Reynolds
      3. Subject to Solution by Wayne S. Smith and Esteban Morales Do...
      4. The Inter-American Dilemma by L. Ronald Scheman
      5. War and Peace in Central America by Frank McNeil
      6. The Other Path by Hernando de Soto
      7. Bureaucratic Authoritarianism by Guillermo A. O'Donnell
      8. The Politics of Coalition Rule in Colombia by Jonathan Hartlyn
      9. The Military and the State in Latin America by Alain Rouquie
      10. The Politics of Debt in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico by Robert R. Kaufman
      11. La Capital by Jonathan Kandell
      12. Contemporary Quebec and the United States, 1960-1985 by Alfred Olivier Hero, Jr. and Louis Ba...
      13. Canada/USA by Andrei D. Borodaevskii
      Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1989, pp. 195-196
    8. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. To Make a World Safe for Revolution by Jorge I. Dominguez
      2. Somoza Falling by Anthony Lake
      3. Sandinistas: The Party and the Revolution by Dennis L. Gilbert
      4. El Salvador at War by Max G. Manwaring and Court Prisk
      5. Power and Popular Protest by Susan Eckstein
      6. The Alliance for Progress by L. Ronald Scheman
      7. Democratizing Brazil by Alfred Stepan
      8. Agony in the Garden by Edward R.F. Sheehan
      9. Diefenbaker's World by H. Basil Robinson
      Foreign Affairs
      , Summer 1989, pp. 173-174
    9. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. Debt and Democracy in Latin America by Barbara Stallings and Robert R. Kaufman
      2. Social Change in Brazil, 1945-1985 by Edmar L. Bacha and Herbert S. Klein
      3. Elections and Democracy in Central America by John A. Booth and Mitchell A. Seligson
      4. European Socialism and the Conflict in Central America by Eusebio M. Mujal-Leon
      5. The Mexicans by Patrick Oster
      6. The Poverty of Revolution by Susan Eckstein
      7. The Rainy Season by Amy Wilentz
      Foreign Affairs
      , Fall 1989, pp. 206-207
    10. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. The Chilean Political Process by Manuel Antonio Garreton
      2. Modern Chile, 1970-1989 by Mark Falcoff
      3. Governing Mexico by John J. Bailey
      4. Democracy in Developing Countries by Larry Diamond, Juan J. Linz, and Seym...
      5. Paying the Costs of Austerity in Latin America by Howard Handelman and Werner Baer
      6. The USSR and Latin America by Eusebio Mujal-Leon
      7. The Progressive Church in Latin America by Scott Mainwaring and Alexander Wilde
      8. The Women's Movement in Latin America by Jane S. Jaquette
      9. Memoirs of A Counter-Revolutionary by Arturo Cruz, Jr.
      10. The Domestic Battleground by David Taras and David H. Goldberg
      Foreign Affairs
      , Winter 1989, pp. 213-214
    11. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. Crossroads by Cynthia J. Arnson
      2. Soviet Relations With Latin America, 1959-1987 by Nicola Miller
      3. U.S.-Cuban Relations in the 1990s by Jorge I. Dominguez and Rafael Hernandez
      4. Britain and Latin America by Victor Bulmer-Thomas
      5. Understanding Central America by John A. Booth and Thomas W. Walker
      6. The Latin American Narcotics Trade and U.S. National Security by Donald J. Mabry
      7. Friends So Different by Lansing Lamont and J. Duncan Edmonds
      8. Radical Mandarin by Escott Reid
      9. In Search of Canada by Stephen R. Graubard
      Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1990, pp. 176-178
    12. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. A Marriage of Convenience by Sidney Weintraub
      2. The Mexican-American Border Region by Raul A. Fernandez
      3. Repression and Resistance by Edelberto Torres-Rivas
      4. Nicaragua Divided by Patricia Taylor Edmisten
      5. Managing the Commanding Heights by Forrest D. Colburn
      6. The Military and Democracy by Louis W. Goodman, Johanna S.R. Mendel...
      7. Requiem for Revolution by Ruth Leacock
      Foreign Affairs
      , Summer 1990, p. 179
    13. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. Debt and Crisis in Latin America by Robert Devlin
      2. Lost Illusions by Paul H. Boeker
      3. The Democratic Revolution in Latin America by Howard J. Wiarda
      4. The United States and the Origins of the Cuban Revolution by Jules R. Benjamin
      5. A Hemisphere Apart by John J. Johnson
      6. Mission in Mufti by Wilfred A. Bacchus
      7. Respuestas Para Los 90s by Pedro-Pablo Kuczynski and Felipe Orti...
      8. Continental Divide by Seymour Martin Lipset
      9. Shadow of Heaven by John English
      Foreign Affairs
      , Fall 1990, pp. 185-187
    14. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. Liberation Theology at the Crossroads by Paul E. Sigmund
      2. Cuba: A Journey by Jacobo Timerman
      3. Alternative to Intervention by Richard J. Bloomfield and Gregory F. ...
      4. Democracy in the Americas by Robert A. Pastor
      5. U.S. Policy in Central America by Dario Moreno
      6. Pinochet's Economists by Juan Gabriel Valdes
      Foreign Affairs
      , Winter 1990, pp. 194-195
    15. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. Cuba and the United States by Louis A. Perez, Jr.
      2. Guerrilla Prince by Georgie Anne Geyer
      3. Cuba: The International Dimension by Georges Fauriol and Eva Loser
      4. In the Shadows of the Sun by Carmen D. Deere
      5. Peace, Development, and Security in the Caribbean by Anthony T. Bryan, J. Edward Greene, a...
      Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1991, p. 186
    16. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. Chile and the United States by William F. Sater
      2. Elusive Friendship by Heraldo Munoz and Carlos Portales
      3. Inside Central America by Clifford Krauss
      4. The Political Economy of Brazil by Lawrence S. Graham and Robert H. Wilson
      Foreign Affairs
      , Summer 1991, p. 170
    17. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. Shattered Hope by Piero Gleijeses
      2. Panama: The Whole Story by Kevin Buckley
      3. Mexico and the United States by Lester D. Langley
      4. Latin America in Perspective by Malcolm Deas
      5. The Comandante Speaks by Courtney E. Prisk
      6. Cocaine Politics by Peter Dale Scott and Jonathan Marshall
      Foreign Affairs
      , Fall 1991, p. 176
    18. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. A Nation of Enemies by Pamela Constable and Arturo Valenzuela
      2. Order and Progress by Ronald M. Schneider
      3. Argentina and the United States by Joseph S. Tulchin
      4. Venezuela by Daniel C. Hellinger
      5. Unavoidable Industrial Restructuring in Latin America by Fernando Fajnzylber
      6. Exporting Democracy by Abraham F. Lowenthal
      7. In the Name of Democracy by Thomas Carothers
      8. Intervention or Neglect by Linda Robinson
      9. Understanding the Central American Crisis by Kenneth M. Coleman and George C. Herring
      10. The Latin American Development Debate by Patricio Meller
      11. A Revolution Aborted by Jorge Heine
      12. I'll Be With You in a Minute, Mr. Ambassador by Allan Gotlieb
      13. Canada Among Nations, 1990-91 by Fen Osler Hampson and Christopher J. ...
      Foreign Affairs
      , Winter 1991, pp. 191-194
    19. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. Shaping the Political Arena by Ruth Berins Collier and David Collier
      2. El Tiempo de la Legitimidad by Juan Molinar Horeasitas
      3. Hope and Frustration by Carlos B. Gil
      4. Violence in Colombia by Charles Bergquist, Gonzalo Sanchez, a...
      5. Argentina's "Dirty War" by Donald C. Hodges
      6. Central America and the United States by Thomas M. Leonard
      7. The Battle for Guatemala by Susanne Jonas
      8. Canada and the United States in the 1990's by William C. Winegard
      Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1992, pp. 201-202
    20. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      The Western Hemisphere
      1. Debt, Development, and Democracy by Jeffry A. Frieden
      2. The Russians Aren't Coming by Wayne S. Smith
      3. Guerrillas and Revolution in Latin America by Timothy P. Wickham-Crowley
      4. The Struggle for Democracy in Chile, 1982-1990 by Paul W. Drake and Ivan Jaksic
      5. Political Structures and Democracy in Uruguay by Luis E. Gonzalez
      6. Latin America to the Year 2000 by Archibald R.M. Ritter, Maxwell A. Cam...
      Foreign Affairs
      , Summer 1992, p. 176