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Foreign Affairs Archives
By Gregory F. Treverton
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  • Foreign Affairs
    Total Archives: 80 Years, 335 Issues, 7,959 Articles, 69,189pp
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    1. [+]
      (Review)
      Danger and Survival, by McGeorge Bundy
      1. Danger and Survival by McGeorge Bundy
      Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1989, pp. 178-182
      1. Danger and Survival by McGeorge Bundy
      Foreign Affairs
      , Summer 1987, pp. 995-1014
      1. Danger and Survival by McGeorge Bundy
      Foreign Affairs
      , Year 1989, pp. 183-196
    2. Nuclear Weapons and the "Gray Area"
      1. Danger and Survival by McGeorge Bundy
      Foreign Affairs
      , Summer 1979, pp. 1075-1089
      1. Danger and Survival by McGeorge Bundy
      Foreign Affairs
      , Year 1991, pp. 94-112
    3. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Democracy and Deterrence by Philip Bobbitt
      2. Extended Deterrence by Stephen J. Cimbala
      3. Strategy and Force Planning by Joshua M. Epstein
      4. American Espionage and the Soviet Target by Jeffrey Richelson
      5. Strategic Defenses and Soviet-American Relations by Samuel F. Wells, Jr. and Robert S. Li...
      6. The Technology, Strategy, and Politics of SDI by Stephen J. Cimbala
      7. Perspectives on Strategic Defense by Steven W. Guerrier and Wayne C. Thompson
      8. The SDI Challenge to Europe by Ivo H. Daalder
      9. Better a Shield Than a Sword by Edward Teller
      10. America the Vulnerable by Joseph D. Douglass, Jr. and Neil C. L...
      11. War Games by Thomas B. Allen
      12. Intelligence and Strategic Surprises by Ariel Levite
      Foreign Affairs
      , Fall 1987, pp. 190-191
    4. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Strategy by Edward N. Luttwak
      2. Superpower Arms Control by Albert Carnesale and Richard N. Haass
      3. Calculated Risks by Bruce D. Berkowitz
      4. Nuclear Blackmail and Nuclear Balance by Richard K. Betts
      5. Making Weapons, Talking Peace by Herbert F. York
      6. From Deterrence to Defense by Michael Charlton
      7. The Future of American Strategy by David C. Hendrickson
      8. Space and National Security by Paul B. Stares
      9. Preventing Nuclear Terrorism by Paul Leventhal and Yonah Alexander
      10. U.S. Foreign Policy and European Security by Arthur Cyr
      11. New Conventional Weapons and Western Defense by Ian Bellany and Tim Huxley
      Foreign Affairs
      , Winter 1987, pp. 431-432
    5. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Beyond American Hegemony by David P. Calleo
      2. The Limited Partnership by Josef Joffe
      3. The Origins of Alliances by Stephen M. Walt
      4. The Key to Failure by Norman B. Hannah
      5. The Iran-Iraq War and Western Security, 1984-87 by Anthony H. Cordesman
      6. Constraints on United States Strategy in Third World Conflicts by Stephen T. Hosmer
      7. Superpower Competition and Security in the Third World by Robert S. Litwak and Samuel F. Wells,...
      8. The Nuclear Dilemma in American Strategic Thought by Robert E. Osgood
      9. The Arms Control Delusion by Malcolm Wallop and Angelo Codevilla
      10. Through the Straits of Armageddon by Paul F. Diehl and Loch K. Johnson
      11. The Strategic Defense Initiative by Harold Brown
      12. Star Wars: The Economic Fallout by Rosy Nimroody
      13. Strategic Defenses and Arms Control by Alvin M. Weinberg and Jack N. Barkenbus
      14. Star Wars and European Defence by Hans Gunter Brauch
      Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1988, pp. 870-872
    6. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Nato and the United States by Lawrence S. Kaplan
      2. Iron Destinies, Lost Opportunities by Charles R. Morris
      3. Reforming Defense by David C. Hendrickson
      4. How to Stop a War by James F. Dunnigan and William Martel
      5. War and the Changing Global System by William K. Domke
      6. Nuclear Non-Proliferation by John Simpson
      7. The International Atomic Energy Agency and World Nuclear Order by Lawrence Scheinman
      8. Seeking Stability in Space by Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
      9. International Space Policy by Daniel S. Papp and John R. McIntyre
      10. Deadly Paradigms by D. Michael Shafer
      11. Assessing the Vietnam War by Lloyd J. Matthews and Dale E. Brown
      12. Hedley Bull on Arms Control by Robert John O'Neill, David N. Schwart...
      Foreign Affairs
      , Summer 1988, pp. 1115-1117
    7. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Fateful Visions by Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Graham T. Allison...
      2. U.S.-Soviet Security Cooperation by Alexander L. George, Philip J. Farley...
      3. The Geopolitics of Super Power by Colin S. Gray
      4. The Dangerous Doctrine by Saul Landau
      5. The Origins of Alliances by Stephen M. Walt
      6. Conventional Arms Control and the Security of Europe by Uwe Nerlich and James A. Thomson
      7. Beyond Military Reform by Jeffrey Record
      8. The Defense Management Challenge by J. Ronald Fox
      9. Innovation and the Arms Race by Matthew Evangelista
      10. Comparing Foreign Intelligence by Roy Godson
      Foreign Affairs
      , Fall 1988, pp. 180-182
    8. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Minds at War by Steven Kull
      2. Crisis Stability and Nuclear War by Kurt Gottfried and Bruce G. Blair
      3. While Others Build by Angelo Codevilla
      4. Europe in the Western Alliance by Jonathan Alford and Kenneth Hunt
      5. Rethinking the Nuclear Weapons Dilemma in Europe by P. Terrence Hopmann and Frank Barnaby
      6. ATBMs and Western Security by Donald L. Hafner and John Roper
      7. Toward a Comprehensive Test Ban by Steve Fetter
      8. Without the Bomb by Mitchell Reiss
      9. Wars of the Third Kind by Edward E. Rice
      10. The Final Argument of Kings by Edward B. Atkeson
      11. Nuclear Strategizing: Deterrence and Reality by Stephen J. Cimbala
      Foreign Affairs
      , Winter 1988, pp. 175-176
    9. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. War and Peace in the Nuclear Age by John Newhouse
      2. The Master of the Game by Strobe Talbott
      3. Next Moves by Edward L. Warner III and David A. Och...
      4. NATO's Conventional Defenses by Stephen J. Flanagan
      5. Preventing World War III by David M. Abshire
      6. The Silent Partner by Barry M. Blechman and Cathleen Fisher
      7. Surprise Attack by Ephraim Kam
      8. Extended Deterrence and the Prevention of War by Paul K. Huth
      9. The Pentagonists by A. Ernest Fitzgerald
      10. The CIA and American Democracy by Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones
      11. Soviet Ballistic Missile Defense and the Western Alliance by David S. Yost
      12. Missile Defenses and Western European Security by Robert M. Soofer
      13. The New Wizard War by Robyn Shotwell Metcalfe
      Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1989, pp. 185-186
    10. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Window of Opportunity by Graham T. Allison and William L. Ury
      2. Lethal Frontiers by Alexei G. Arbatov
      3. The Other Side of Arms Control by Alan B. Sherr
      4. The Shield of Faith by B. Bruce-Briggs
      5. Making Space Defense Work by A. Fenner Milton, M. Scott Davis, and...
      6. Monkeys, Men, and Missiles by Solly Zuckerman
      7. War: Ends and Means by Paul Seabury and Angelo Codevilla
      8. Fighting to a Finish by Leon V. Sigal
      9. Four Stars by Mark Perry
      10. Arms Races, Arms Control, and Conflict Analysis by Walter Isard
      Foreign Affairs
      , Summer 1989, pp. 164-165
    11. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Forging the Alliance by Don Cook
      2. Nato in the 1990s by Stanley R. Sloan
      3. Assignment Pentagon by Perry M. Smith
      4. Unguided Missiles by Fen Osler Hampson
      5. Affording Defense by Jacques S. Gansler
      6. The Masks of War by Carl H. Builder
      7. Moving Targets by Scott D. Sagan
      8. Power and Madness by Edward Rhodes
      9. U.S. Nuclear Strategy by Philip Bobbitt
      10. About Face by David H. Hackworth and Julie Sherman
      11. Territory of Lies by Wolf Blitzer
      12. Strategic Intelligence for American National Security by Bruce D. Berkowitz and Allan E. Goodman
      13. General Maxwell Taylor by John M. Taylor
      Foreign Affairs
      , Fall 1989, pp. 198-200
    12. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution by Robert Jervis
      2. Conventional Arms Control and East-West Security by Robert D. Blackwill and F. Stephen La...
      3. From Hiroshima to Glasnost by Paul H. Nitze, Steven L. Rearden, and...
      4. The Great Universal Embrace by Kenneth L. Adelman
      5. Nuclear Arguments by Lynn Eden and Steven E. Miller
      6. Defending Deterrence by Antonia Handler Chayes and Paul Doty
      7. Collective Defense or Strategic Independence by Ted Galen Carpenter
      8. Sovereign Acts by John Tirman
      9. America's Defense by Michael Mandelbaum
      10. New Weapons, Old Politics by Thomas L. McNaugher
      11. America's Secret Power by Loch K. Johnson
      12. Intelligence Requirements for the 1990s by Roy Godson
      Foreign Affairs
      , Winter 1989, pp. 207-209
    13. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Meeting Gorbachev's Challenge by Jonathan Dean
      2. Soviet Military Doctrine and Western Policy by Gregory Flynn
      3. The Other Side of the Table by Michael Mandelbaum
      4. The Nuclear Seduction by William A. Schwartz and Charles Derber
      5. NATO at Forty by James R. Golden, Daniel J. Kaufman, A...
      6. The Two German States and European Security by F. Stephen Larrabee
      7. Wall by Peter Wyden
      8. Public Opinion and National Security in Western Europe by Richard C. Eichenberg
      9. The Unknown CIA by Russell Jack Smith
      Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1990, pp. 169-170
    14. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Restive Partners by W.R. Smyser
      2. Between the Blocs by Joseph Kruzel and Michael Haltzel
      3. War, Peace, and Victory by Colin S. Gray
      4. Guardians of the Arsenal by Janne E. Nolan
      5. The Training of Officers by Martin L. Van Creveld
      6. Defining Stability by Schuyler Foerster
      7. Enhancing European Security by Ian M. Cuthbertson and David Robertson
      8. Slow Burn by Orrin DeForest and David Chanoff
      9. The Insecure Alliance by Ethan B. Kapstein
      10. French Power in Africa by John Chipman
      Foreign Affairs
      , Summer 1990, pp. 171-172
    15. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Fighting for Peace by Caspar W. Weinberger
      2. Still the Arms Debate by Robert A. Levine
      3. Engines of War by James Adams
      4. Strategic Power: USA/USSR by Carl G. Jacobsen
      5. Command, Control, and the Common Defense by Kenneth Allard
      6. Allies in Crisis by Elizabeth D. Sherwood
      7. Assuring Peace in a Changing World by Lynn E. Davis
      8. Regaining the High Ground by Barry M. Blechman, William J. Durch, ...
      9. Conventional Force Reductions by Joshua M. Epstein
      10. The Soviet Union and the Politics of Nuclear Weapons in Europe, 1969-1987 by Jonathan Haslam
      11. Commercial Observation Satellites and International Security by Michael Krepon and Peter D. Zimmerman
      Foreign Affairs
      , Fall 1990, pp. 177-178
    16. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Controlling the Sword by Bruce Russett
      2. The German Nuclear Dilemma by Jeffrey Boutwell
      3. The Changing Politics of German Security by Stephen F. Szabo
      4. The Bundeswehr and Western Security by Stephen F. Szabo
      5. The Evolution of an International Actor by Reinhardt Rummel
      6. At the Heart of the Bomb by Debra Rosenthal
      7. Superpowers in Economic Decline by Richard Cohen and Peter A. Wilson
      8. Making Defense Reform Work by James A. Blackwell, Jr. and Barry M. ...
      9. American Defense Annual, 1990-91 by Joseph J. Kruzel
      10. Tanks, Fighters and Ships by Maurice A. Mallin
      11. The New Nuclear Rules by James L. George
      Foreign Affairs
      , Winter 1990, pp. 188-189
    17. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      General: Military, Technological and Scientific
      1. Perestroika and Soviet National Security by Michael MccGwire
      2. Deterrence and the Revolution in Soviet Military Doctrine by Raymond L. Garthoff
      3. The Politics of National Security by Barry M. Blechman and W. Philip Ellis
      4. The Defense Revolution by Kenneth L. Adelman and Norman R. Augu...
      5. After the Wall by Elizabeth Pond
      6. Analyzing Strategic Nuclear Policy by Charles L. Glaser
      7. Cautious Revolution by Clifford Hackett
      8. War by Other Means by Jeffrey Herf
      9. National Security Decisions by Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr. and Jacque...
      10. Nuclear Ambitions by Leonard S. Spector and Jacqueline R. ...
      11. New Thinking and Old Realities by Michael T. Clark and Simon Serfaty
      12. Mutual Security by Richard Smoke and Andrei Kortunov
      Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1991, pp. 176-178