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Foreign Affairs Archives
By Jennifer Seymour Whitaker
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  • Foreign Affairs
    Total Archives: 80 Years, 335 Issues, 7,959 Articles, 69,189pp
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    1. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Soldiers Without Politics, by Kenneth W. Grundy
      1. Soldiers Without Politics by Kenneth W. Grundy
      2. Under the Skin by David Caute
      3. An Anatomy of Ghanaian Politics by Naomi Chazan
      4. Revolution in Nigeria by J.N. Garba
      Foreign Affairs
      , Fall 1983, p. 228
    2. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      African Crisis Areas and U.S. Foreign Policy, by Gerald J. Bender, James S. Coleman, a...
      1. African Crisis Areas and U.S. Foreign Policy by Gerald J. Bender, James S. Coleman, a...
      2. The Future of Regionalism of Africa by Ralph I. Onwuka and Amadu Sesay
      3. South Africa and Its Neighbors by Robert I. Rotberg, Henry S. Bienen, R...
      4. Capitalism and Apartheid by Merle Lipton
      Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1986, pp. 891-892
      1. African Crisis Areas and U.S. Foreign Policy by Gerald J. Bender, James S. Coleman, a...
      2. The Future of Regionalism of Africa by Ralph I. Onwuka and Amadu Sesay
      3. South Africa and Its Neighbors by Robert I. Rotberg, Henry S. Bienen, R...
      4. Capitalism and Apartheid by Merle Lipton
      Foreign Affairs
      , Year 1983, pp. 746-776
    3. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. Guerrilla Struggle in Africa by Kenneth W. Grundy
      2. France and Britain in Africa by Prosser Gifford and William Roger Louis
      3. Crisis and Conflict in Nigeria by A.H.M. Kirk-Greene
      4. Nigeria: Dilemma of Nationhood by Joseph Okpaku
      5. Popular Government in an African Town by Nicholas S. Hopkins
      6. The Revolution in Angola by Donald L. Barnett and Roy Harvey
      7. Liberalism in South Africa, 1948-1963 by Janet M. Robertson
      8. The Discarded People by Cosmas Desmond
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1972, pp. 782-783
    4. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. Aid to Africa by Paul Streeten
      2. Toward Multinational Economic Cooperation in Africa by B.W.T. Mutharika
      3. The Geography of Tropical African Development by Anthony M. O'Connor
      4. The Struggle for Secession, 1966-1970 by Ntieyong U. Akpan
      5. African Traders and Economic Development in Ghana by Peter C. Garlick
      6. The Changing Economy of the Lower Volta, 1954-1967 by Rowena M. Lawson
      7. Cultural and Political Aspects of Rural Transformation by David R. Smock and Audrey C. Smock
      8. Conflict in the Congo by Thomas R. Kanza
      9. Economic Independence and Zambian Copper by Mark Bostock and Charles Harvey
      10. Towards Economic Independence by M.L.O. Faber and James Gerrand Potter
      11. Apartheid by Alex La Guma
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1972, pp. 245-246
    5. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. The Brothers' War by John de St. Jorre
      2. The Nigerian War, 1967-1970 by Zdenek Cervenka
      3. Southern Africa in Perspective by Christian P. Potholm and Richard Dale
      4. African Liberation Movements by Richard Gibson
      5. Lesotho, 1970 by B. Makulo Khaketla
      6. White Society in Black Africa by Rita Cruise O'Brien
      7. Uganda: A Case Study in African Political Development by Peter M. Gukiina
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1973, pp. 438-439
    6. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. No Neutral Ground by Joel Carlson
      2. A Socioeconomic Profile of South Africa by William Redman Duggan
      3. Amin by Judith Listowel
      4. A Theory of Ideology by John R. Nellis
      5. Nation-Building in Kenya by John W. Harbeson
      6. The Price of Liberty by Kenneth W.J. Post and George D. Jenkins
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1973, p. 846
    7. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. Black Star by Basil Davidson
      2. Transition in Africa: From Direct Rule to Independence by James W. Robertson
      3. War and Peace in the Sudan, 1955-1972 by Cecil Eprile
      4. An Introduction to African Politics by Leslie Rubin and Brian Weinstein
      5. Africa Emergent by John Charles Hatch
      6. Nigeria: Internal Politics and Foreign Policy, 1960-1966 by Gordon J. Idang
      7. Commodity Exports and African Economic Development by Scott R. Pearson and John Cownie
      8. Governing an African City by Herbert H. Werlin
      9. Can Africa Survive? by Basil Davidson
      10. Africa and International Organization by Yassin El-Ayouty and Hugh C. Brooks
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1974, pp. 193-194
    8. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. Peasant Politics by Geoff Lamb
      2. Tanzania by Joel Samoff
      3. Urban Policy and Political Conflict in Africa by Michael A. Cohen
      4. Which Tribe Do You Belong To? by Alberto Moravia
      5. Foreign Policy and Federalism by A.B. Akinyemi
      6. South Africa: Economic Growth and Political Change by Adrian Leftwich
      7. Drums of War by George M. Daniels
      8. U.S. Neocolonialism in Africa by Stewart Smith
      9. Burundi: The Tragic Years by Thomas Patrick Melady
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1975, pp. 397-398
    9. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. Neo-Colonialism in West Africa by Samir Amin
      2. Underdevelopment in Kenya by Colin Leys
      3. Urbanization as a Social Process by Kenneth L. Little
      4. Power and Independence by Peter C. Lloyd
      5. Urban Politics in Nigeria by Howard Wolpe
      6. Urbanization and Political Change by Pauline H. Baker
      7. Plan Implementation in Nigeria, 1962-1966 by Edwin Dean
      8. The Lure of Africa by Edward H. McKinley
      9. Zambia: Security and Conflict, 1964-1973 by Jan Pettman
      10. The United Nations and Rhodesia by Ralph Zacklin
      11. Afrikaner Politics in South Africa, 1934-1948 by Newell M. Stultz
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1975, pp. 597-598
    10. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. The West and the Rest of Us by Onsucheka J. Chinweizu
      2. Political Corruption by Victor T. Le Vine
      3. Rural Development and Bureaucracy in Tanzania by James R. Finucane
      4. Agricultural Policy and Economic Growth in Nigeria, 1962-1968 by Jerome C. Wells
      5. Managing Rural Development by Robert Chambers
      6. Politics in Zambia by William Tordoff
      7. Guinea-Bissau: A Study of Political Mobilization by Lars Rudebeck
      8. Rhodesia by Martin Loney
      9. The Southern Sudan: Background to Conflict by Mohamed Omer Beshir
      10. The Organization of African Unity After Ten Years by Yassin El-Ayouty
      11. The Creoles of Sierra Leone by Leo Spitzer
      12. Honorary White by E.R. Braithwaite
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1975, pp. 794-795
    11. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. Kenneth Kaunda of Zambia by Fergus MacPherson
      2. Proletarians and African Capitalism by Richard Sandbrook
      3. The Press as Opposition by Elaine Potter
      4. South Africa in Africa by Sam C. Nolutshungu
      5. The Politics of Race and International Sport by Richard Edward Lapchick
      6. Military Regimes in Africa by William Frank Gutteridge
      7. Dahomey: Between Tradition and Modernity by Dov Ronen
      8. Rhodesia: Racial Conflict or Coexistence? by Patrick O'Meara
      9. China's African Revolution by Alan Hutchison
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1975, pp. 199-200
    12. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. Corporate Power in an African State by Richard L. Sklar
      2. Soldiers and Kinsmen in Uganda by Ali A. Mazrui
      3. Politics, Bureaucracy, and Rural Development in Senegal by Edward J. Schumacher
      4. The Geography of Modern Africa by William A. Hance
      5. Ethiopia: The Country that Cut Off Its Head by Blair Thomson
      6. Black Zion by David Jenkins
      7. Grass Roots in an African City by Marc Howard Ross
      8. The Black Sash of South Africa by Cherry Michelman
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1976, pp. 398-399
    13. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. University Students and African Politics by William John Hanna
      2. Ideology and Politics in Uganda by James H. Mittelman
      3. Society and Bureaucracy in Contemporary Ghana by Robert M. Price
      4. Change in Contemporary South Africa by Leonard Thompson and Jeffrey Butler
      5. The Political Economy of Africa by Richard Harris
      6. The Dying Lion by Patrick Gilkes
      7. Freedom and Labour by Peter Harries-Jones
      8. Africa's Slaves Today by Jonathan Derrick
      9. Mass Media in Black Africa by Dennis L. Wilcox
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1976, pp. 627-628
    14. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. Multinational Firms in Africa by Carl Widstrand
      2. Nigerian Politics by Margaret Peil
      3. Man in Africa by Colin M. Turnbull
      4. The White Pumpkin by Denis Cecil Hills
      5. The Critical Phase in Tanzania, 1945-1968 by Cranford Pratt
      6. Smuts by Bernard Friedman
      7. The Status of Aliens in East Africa by Daniel D.C. Don Nanjira
      8. Angola Libre? by Mario de Souza Clington
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1976, pp. 846-847
    15. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. The "Tar Baby" Option by Anthony Lake
      2. The Shrinking Political Arena by Nelson Kasfir
      3. The Politics of Natural Disaster by Michael H. Glantz
      4. Coups and Army Rule in Africa by Samuel Decalo
      5. Civil-Military Relations in Sierra Leone by Thomas S. Cox
      6. Arab Dollars for Africa by E.C. Chibwe
      7. My Life and Ethiopia's Progress, 1892-1937 by Haile Sellassie
      8. The Development of an African Working Class by Richard Sandbrook and Robin Cohen
      9. The Politics of Change in a Zambian Community by George C. Bond
      10. The Search for National Integration in Africa by David R. Smock and Kwamena Bentsi-Enc...
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1976, pp. 234-235
    16. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. The Politics of Decolonization by Gary B. Wasserman
      2. Politics and Class Formation in Uganda by Mahmood Mamdani
      3. War Clouds on the Horn of Africa by Tom J. Farer
      4. A World Federation of Cultures by Ali Al-Amin Mazrui
      5. A Cricket in the Thorn Tree by Joanna Strangwayes-Booth
      6. The Soviet Union and Black Africa by Christopher Stevens
      7. Mission for Hammarskjold by Rajeshwar Dayal
      8. International Aid and National Decisions by Leon Gordenker
      9. African Goals and Diplomatic Strategies in the United Nations by Moses E. Akpan
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1977, pp. 442-443
    17. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. Conflict in Africa by Adda B. Bozeman
      2. The Kissinger Study of Southern Africa by Mohamed A. El-Khawas and Barry Cohen
      3. Africa: From Mystery to Maze by Helen A. Kitchen
      4. The OAU and the UN by Berhanykun Andemicael
      5. China's African Revolution by Alan Hutchison
      6. Women in Africa by Nancy J. Hafkin and Edna G. Bay
      7. English-Speaking South Africa Today by Andre de Villiers
      8. Strategy for Development by John Barratt, David S. Collier, Kurt ...
      9. Africa and the International Economy, 1800-1960 by J. Forbes Munro
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1977, pp. 662-663
    18. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      Africa
      1. White Wealth and Black Poverty by Barbara Rogers
      2. The Politics of South Africa by Howard Brotz
      3. Power and Class in Africa by Irving Leonard Markovitz
      4. Soviet Shadow Over Africa by Walter F. Hahn and Alvin J. Cottrell
      5. South Africa: The Vital Link by Robert L. Schuettinger
      6. Sino-Soviet Intervention in Africa by Roger Pearson
      7. Ghana's First Republic 1960-1966 by Trevor Jones
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1977, p. 921