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Foreign Affairs Archives
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  • Foreign Affairs
    Total Archives: 80 Years, 335 Issues, 7,959 Articles, 69,189pp
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    1. The New Diplomacy
      Foreign Affairs
      , Winter 1981, pp. 266-286
    2. Foreign Affairs
      , July 1973, pp. 761-777
    3. Nuclear Diplomacy: Britain, France and America
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1971, pp. 283-301
    4. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      Western Europe
      1. Europe in the Twentieth Century by George Lichtheim
      2. The European Community in the 1970s by Steven Joshua Warnecke
      3. The Gaullist Phenomenon by Jean Charlot
      4. Vichy France: Old Guard and New Order, 1940-1944 by Robert O. Paxton
      5. Pointing the Way, 1959-1961 by Harold MacMillan
      6. The Memoirs of Lord Gladwyn by Hubert M. Gladwyn
      7. The Collapse of British Power by Correlli Barnett
      8. Ambitions and Realities by Robert Rhodes James
      9. Governing Without Consensus by Richard Rose
      10. Whitehall Diary, Vol. III: Ireland, 1918-1925 by Thomas Jones
      11. The Ulster Debate
      12. Friedrich Meinecke and German Politics in the Twentieth Century by Robert A. Pois
      13. Goebbels by Helmut Heiber
      14. Fears and Expectations by Nils Orvik
      15. Dix Ans de Lutte Antifasciste, 1931-1941 by Jules Humbert-Droz
      16. Greece Without Columns by David Holden
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1973, pp. 429-431
    5. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technical and Scientific
      1. The Reform of Power by Leonard Beaton
      2. Total War by Peter Calvocoressi and Guy Wint
      3. Continental Commitment by Michael Howard
      4. Hankey: Man of Secrets, Vol. I, 1877-1918 by S.W. Roskill
      5. Decision by Default by Peter Dennis
      6. Alexander of Tunis, as Military Commander by W.G.F. Jackson
      7. The Death of the Army by Edward L. King
      8. Scientists in the Quest for Peace by Joseph Rotblat
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1973, pp. 423-424
    6. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technical and Scientific
      1. Power and Equilibrium in the 1970s by Alastair Buchan
      2. American Military Commitments Abroad by Roland A. Paul
      3. The Security of Western Europe by Bernard Burrows and Christopher Irwin #2
      4. Preventing Nuclear Theft by Robert B. Leachman and Phillip Althoff
      5. Weapons Technology and Arms Control by W.F. Biddle
      6. The Wages of War, 1816-1965 by J. David Singer and Melvin Small
      7. The Politics and Technology of Satellite Communications by Jonathan F. Galloway
      8. How Long Have We Got? by Peter Ritchie-Calder
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1973, pp. 630-631
    7. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technical and Scientific
      1. War and Politics by Bernard Brodie
      2. Cold Dawn: The Story of SALT by John Newhouse
      3. SALT: Problems and Prospects by Morton A. Kaplan
      4. SALT: Implications for Arms Control in the 1970s by William R. Kintner and Robert L. Pfal...
      5. European Security and the Atlantic System by William T.R. Fox and Warner R. Schilling
      6. A Farewell to Arms Control? by Elizabeth Young
      7. The Military in American Politics by James Clotfelter
      8. The Tarnished Shield by George H. Walton
      9. The Modern Military in American Society by Charles Walton Ackley
      10. British Defence Policy East of Suez, 1947-1968 by Phillip Darby
      11. Codeword Barbarossa by Barton Whaley
      12. Enemy at the Gates by William Craig
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1973, pp. 832-833
    8. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Nuclear Proliferation Problems
      2. Return from the Nuclear Brink by Lloyd Jensen
      3. The Superpowers in a Multinuclear World by Geoffrey Kemp, Robert L. Pfaltzgraff,...
      4. Le Second Age Nucleaire by Claude Delmas
      5. Crisis in European Defence by Geoffrey Lee Williams and Alan Lee Wi...
      6. Justice Under Fire by Joseph W. Bishop, Jr.
      7. Race to Pearl Harbor by Stephen E. Pelz
      8. Dynamics of the Vietnam War by Jeffrey S. Milstein
      9. Einstein and the Generations of Science by Lewis S. Feuer
      10. Science and Policy: The International Stimulus by Alexander King
      11. U.S.-Soviet Cooperation in Space by Dodd L. Harvey and Linda C. Ciccoritti
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1974, p. 177
    9. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. The Cybernetic Theory of Decision by John D. Steinbruner
      2. U.S. Force Structure in NATO by Richard D. Lawrence and Jeffrey Record
      3. Nuclear Navy, 1946-1962 by Richard G. Hewlett and Francis Duncan #2
      4. Arming America by J. Ronald Fox
      5. School for Soldiers by Joseph J. Ellis and Robert H. Moore
      6. Civil-Military Relations by Charles L. Cochran
      7. Nuclear Proliferation, Phase II by Robert M. Lawrence and Joel Larus
      8. Global Communications Satellite Policy by Joseph N. Pelton
      9. The Use of Force in International Relations by F.S. Northedge
      10. The Future of Inter-Bloc Relations in Europe by Louis J. Mensonides and James A. Kuhlman
      11. Krisen in Den Europaischen und Atlantischen Organisationen by Dirk Laufer
      12. Micronesia and U.S. Pacific Strategy by James H. Webb, Jr.
      13. Hankey: Man of Secrets, Vol. II: 1919-1931 by S.W. Roskill
      14. Hankey: Man of Secrets, Vol. III, 1931-1963 by S.W. Roskill
      15. The Patton Papers, Vol. I: 1885-1940 by Martin Blumenson
      16. Patton: A Study in Command by Hubert Essame
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1975, pp. 379-381
    10. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. The Ultra Secret by Frederick W. Winterbotham
      2. National Politics and International Technology by Henry Staten
      3. Advice and Dissent by Joel R. Primack and Frank von Hippel
      4. The Voyages of Apollo by Richard S. Lewis
      5. From Know-How to Nowhere by Elting E. Morison
      6. U.S. Tactical Air Power by William D. White
      7. U. S. Nuclear Weapons in Europe by Jeffrey Record and Thomas I. Anderson
      8. Tactical and Strategic Antisubmarine Warfare
      9. Protest and the Urban Guerrilla by Richard L. Clutterbuck
      10. The Political Uses of Sea Power by Edward N. Luttwak
      11. Contrasting Approaches to Strategic Arms Control by Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr.
      12. Political Military Systems by Catherine McArdle Kelleher
      13. Small Powers in Alignment by Omer De Raeymaeker, Willy Andries, Lu...
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1975, pp. 582-583
    11. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Too Serious a Business by Donald Cameron Watt
      2. War in the Shadows by Robert B. Asprey
      3. Soldiers in Revolt by David Cortright
      4. Political Terrorism by Paul Wilkinson
      5. Terrorists and Terrorism by Edward S. Hyams
      6. Independence and Deterrence by Margaret Gowing
      7. Strategy for Tomorrow by Andre Beaufre
      8. The Military in the Third World by Gavin Kennedy
      9. The Arms Trade Registers by Eva Grenback
      10. The Nuclear Trap by Robert E. Walters
      11. War in the Next Decade by Roger A. Beaumont and Martin Edmonds
      12. War Without Weapons by Anders Boserup and Andrew Mack
      13. The Political Economy of the Space Program by Mary A. Holman
      14. The Future of Technological Civilization by Victor C. Ferkiss
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1975, pp. 778-779
    12. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. A World Destroyed by Martin J. Sherwin
      2. Law and Responsibility in Warfare by Peter D. Trooboff
      3. The Control of Naval Armaments by Barry M. Blechman
      4. The Arms Trade and International Systems by Robert E. Harkavy
      5. New Dynamics in National Strategy
      6. The Israeli Army, 1948-73 by Edward Luttwak and Dan Horowitz
      7. The Indian Ocean and the Threat to the West by Patrick H. Wall
      8. Urban Guerilla by Johan Niezing
      9. The Brain Bank of America by Philip M. Boffey
      10. Organizing Science for Technology Transfer in Economic Development by Robert A. Solo
      11. Science and Society by Nicholas H. Steneck
      12. Safeguards Against Nuclear Proliferation
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1975, pp. 183-184
    13. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological, and Scientific
      1. Security in the Nuclear Age by Jerome H. Kahan
      2. The United States, China, and Arms Control by Ralph N. Clough, A. Doak Barnett, Mor...
      3. Japan's Nuclear Option by John E. Endicott
      4. Stresses in U.S.-Japanese Security Relations by Fred Greene
      5. Soldat-Citoyen by Charles Hernu
      6. The War of Atonement: October, 1973 by Chaim Herzog
      7. Can America Win the Next War? by Drew Middleton
      8. The Superwarriors by James W. Canan
      9. The Years of MacArthur, Vol. II: 1941-1945 by D. Clayton James
      10. Bodyguard of Lies by Anthony Cave Brown
      11. The First Casualty by Phillip Knightley
      12. Titans of the Seas by James H. Belote and William M. Belote
      13. Electronics and Sea Power by Arthur R. Hezlet
      14. The Other Arms Race by Geoffrey Kemp, Robert L. Pfaltzgraff,...
      15. Technology and International Politics by William R. Kintner and Harvey Sicherman
      16. Science Policies of Industrial Nations by T. Dixon Long and Christopher Wright
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1976, pp. 380-382
    14. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological, and Scientific
      1. The Concorde Conspiracy by John Costello and Terry Hughes
      2. Making the MIRV by Ted Greenwood
      3. The Advisors by Herbert F. York
      4. The Future of the U.S. Space Program by Arthur L. Levine
      5. Incendiary Weapons
      6. Germany and the Politics of Nuclear Weapons by Catherine McArdle Kelleher
      7. Revolutionary Civil War by David Wilkinson
      8. Living with Terrorism by Richard L. Clutterbuck
      9. Contemporary Strategy: Theories and Policies by John Baylis and Ken Booth
      10. Nuclear Weapons and International Behavior by Henry T. Nash
      11. Tell It to the Dead by Donald Kirk
      12. Services Secrets, 1935-1945 by Paul Paillole
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1976, p. 610
    15. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological, and Scientific
      1. A Man Called Intrepid by William Stevenson
      2. The World at War: The Crucial Years, 1939-1941 by Hanson W. Baldwin
      3. Modernizing the Strategic Bomber Force: Why and How by Alton H. Quanbeck, Archie L. Wood, an...
      4. Where Does the Marine Corps Go From Here? by Martin Binkin and Jeffrey Record
      5. The Strategic Balance in the Mediterranean by Jesse W. Lewis, Jr.
      6. The Soviet Naval Offensive by Edward Wegener
      7. Peace Soldiers by Charles C. Moskos, Jr.
      8. International Terrorism and Political Crimes by M. Cherif Bassiouni
      9. International Terrorism by Yonah Alexander
      10. The Politics of Space by William H. Schauer
      11. Science and Morality by A. Alexandrov
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1976, pp. 828-829
    16. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological, and Scientific
      1. Precarious Security by Maxwell D. Taylor
      2. The Soviet Soldier by Herbert Goldhamer
      3. Guderian: Center of the Blitzkrieg by Kenneth Macksey
      4. Wohin Treibt Die Nato? by Johannes Steinhoff
      5. The Last Chance by William Epstein
      6. Nuclear Proliferation and the Near-Nuclear Countries by Onkar Marwah and Ann Schulz
      7. Governing Science and Technology by W. Henry Lambright
      8. International Commercial Satellite Communications by Marcellus S. Snow
      9. The Electronic Battlefield by Paul Dickson
      10. Strategic Air Command by David A. Anderton
      11. Urban Terrorism by Anthony M. Burton
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1976, p. 216
    17. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological, and Scientific
      1. European Security and France by Francois de Rose
      2. The Soviet-American Arms Race by Colin S. Gray
      3. The Dynamics of Detente by Arthur Macy Cox
      4. The Joint Chiefs of Staff by Lawrence J. Korb
      5. On the Psychology of Military Incompetence by Norman F. Dixon
      6. Ecological Consequences of the Second Indochina War
      7. Le Science et le Militaire by Georges Menahem
      8. On Revolt: Strategies of National Liberation by J. Bowyer Bell
      9. Historical Dimensions of National Security Problems by Klaus Knorr
      10. The Accident Hazards of Nuclear Power Plants by Richard E. Webb
      11. Nuclear Power by Frank G. Dawson
      12. The Poverty of Power by Barry Commoner
      13. Solar Energy by Daniel Behrman
      14. Naval Policy Between the Wars, Vol. II by Stephen W. Roskill
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1977, pp. 427-428
    18. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological, and Scientific
      1. Controlling the Conventional Arms Race
      2. A Scientist at the White House by George B. Kistiakowsky
      3. The Game of Disarmament by Alva R. Myrdal
      4. The Future of Soviet Military Power by Lawrence L. Whetten
      5. Towards Rationalizing Allied Weapons Production by Gardiner Tucker and Fabio Basagni
      6. Offense and Defense in the International System by George H. Quester
      7. Nations in Arms by Adam Roberts
      8. A Short History of Guerrilla Warfare by John Ellis
      9. Developing the ICBM by Edmund Beard
      10. The Night Watch by David Atlee Phillips
      11. Portrait of a Cold Warrior by Joseph Burkholder Smith
      12. Nimitz by Elmer Belmont Potter
      13. A Sailor's Admiral by James M. Merrill
      14. Our Energy Future by Don E. Kash and Michael D. Devine
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1977, pp. 646-647
    19. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. International Disaster Relief by Stephen Green
      2. Nuclear Proliferation by Ted Greenwood, Harold A. Feiveson, an...
      3. Nuclear Power: Issues and Choices
      4. Very Special Intelligence by Patrick Beesly
      5. The CIA's Secret Operations by Harry Rositzke
      6. Civil-Military Relations by Andrew J. Goodpaster and Samuel P. Hu...
      7. Illusions of Choice by Robert F. Coulam
      8. The Management of Defence by Laurence W. Martin
      9. The Estimation of Soviet Defense Expenditures, 1955-75 by William Thomas Lee
      10. Arms in the Indian Ocean by Dale R. Tahtinen
      11. Navies and Foreign Policy by Ken Booth
      12. The Political Implications of Soviet Military Power by Lawrence L. Whetten
      13. The Sino-Soviet Confrontation by Harold C. Hinton
      14. Political Violence by Ted Honderich
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1977, pp. 903-904
    20. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological, and Scientific
      1. Energy: Global Prospects, 1985-2000
      2. Soft Energy Paths by Amory B. Lovins
      3. The Energy Syndrome by Leon N. Lindberg
      4. Technology, World Politics and American Policy by Victor Basiuk
      5. Mankind and the Year 2000 by V. Kosolapov
      6. Defending America by Theodore Draper
      7. The Counterinsurgency Era by Douglas S. Blaufarb
      8. The Military and Politics in Modern Times by Amos Perlmutter
      9. The Arms Bazaar by Anthony Sampson
      10. Beyond Nuclear Deterrence by Johan J. Holst and Uwe Nerlich
      11. Arms Control and European Security by Joseph I. Coffey
      12. International Arrangements for Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing by Abram Chayes and W. Bennett Lewis
      13. International Arms Control by John H. Barton and Lawrence D. Weiler
      14. Soviet Naval Influence by Michael MccGwire and John McDonnell
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1977, pp. 228-229