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Foreign Affairs Archives
By Frank Wolf
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    Total Archives: 80 Years, 335 Issues, 7,959 Articles, 69,189pp
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    1. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      1. African Diplomacy by Vernon McKay
      2. Creating Political Order by Aristide R. Zolberg
      3. Morocco: Old Land, New Nation by Mark I. Cohen and Lorna Hahn
      4. Nigerian Government and Politics by John P. Mackintosh
      5. Ghana: End of an Illusion by Bob Fitch and Mary Oppenheimer
      6. A Study of Contemporary Ghana by Walter Birmingham
      7. Italian Colonialism in Somalia by Robert L. Hess
      8. Crisis in Rhodesia by Nathan M. Shamuyarira
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1967, pp. 379-381
    2. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      1. Dream of Unity by Claude E. Welch, Jr.
      2. Management Looks at Africa by Jerome W. Blood
      3. French Aid by Teresa Hayter
      4. The Revolution in Egypt's Economic System by Patrick Karl O'Brien
      5. Algeria: A Revolution That Failed by Arslan Humbaraci
      6. Growth Without Development by Robert W. Clower
      7. The Rise and Fall of Kwame Nkrumah by Henry L. Bretton
      8. Challenge of the Congo by Kwame Nkrumah
      9. The Ghana Coup: 24th February 1966 by A.A. Afrifa
      10. An Economic Geography of East Africa by Anthony M. O'Connor
      11. The Transformation of East Africa by Stanley Diamond and Fred G. Burke
      12. Problems of Foreign Aid
      13. The Myth of "Mau Mau" by Carl G. Rosberg, Jr. and John Nottingham
      14. Mau Mau from Within by Donald L. Barnett and Karari Njama
      15. Economic Development and Export Growth by Robert E. Baldwin
      16. Rhodesia by Judith Todd
      17. South West Africa by Thomas Molnar
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1967, pp. 568-570
    3. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      1. Universities: British, Indian, African by Eric Ashby and Mary Anderson
      2. Towards a Pax Africana by Ali A. Mazrui
      3. Patterns of African Development by Herbert J. Spiro
      4. Africa: The Politics of Unity by Immanuel Wallerstein
      5. The Egyptian Agrarian Reform, 1952-1962 by Gabriel S. Saab
      6. Tunisia: From Protectorate to Republic by Dwight L. Ling
      7. Lords of the Atlas by Gavin Maxwell
      8. The Reds and the Blacks by William Attwood
      9. Africa Since 1800 by Roland Oliver and Anthony Atmore
      10. The Economics of African Development by Andrew M. Kamarck
      11. Political Change in a West African State by Martin Kilson
      12. The Anatomy of Uhuru by N.S. Carey Jones
      13. Zambia, Independence and Beyond by Kenneth D. Kaunda and Colin Legum
      14. Tomorrow's Sun by Helen Joseph
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1967, pp. 742-744
    4. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      1. African Economic Development by William A. Hance
      2. National Development and Local Reform by Douglas E. Ashford
      3. French North Africa by Jacques Berque
      4. Independent Africa by L.C.B. Gower
      5. Boston University Papers on Africa by Jeffrey Butler and A.A. Castagno
      6. Africa and United States Policy by Rupert Emerson
      7. Black Africa by Russell Warren Howe
      8. A Study of Contemporary Ghana, Vol. II by Walter Birmingham
      9. Nigeria by Rex Niven
      10. The Development of Modern Nigeria by Okoi Arikpo
      11. Thoughts on Nigerian Constitution by Obafemi Awolowo
      12. Enter Gambia by Berkeley Rice
      13. Manpower Strategy for Developing Countries by Eli Ginzberg and Herbert A. Smith
      14. Revolution in Zanzibar by John Okello
      15. Portuguese Africa by Ronald H. Chilcote
      16. Lesotho, Botswana, and Swaziland by Richard P. Stevens
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1967, pp. 221-223
    5. [+]
      (19 Reviews)
      1. Nonalignment by J.W. Burton
      2. Africa in Search of Democracy by K.A. Busia
      3. The Dragon's Embrace by E. John Hevi
      4. Africa and the Common Market by P.N.C. Okigbo
      5. Economic Co-Operation in Africa by Reginald Herbold Green and K.G.V. Kri...
      6. The New Africans by Sidney Taylor
      7. The Best of Both Worlds? by Guy Hunter
      8. Anglo-African Commonwealth by Ali A. Mazrui
      9. Toward the African Revolution by Frantz Fanon
      10. Black Revolutionary by James R. Hooker
      11. Mauritania by Alfred G. Gerteiny
      12. Africa in Social Change by Peter C. Lloyd
      13. Promoting Economic Development by Jacob Oser
      14. Freedom and Socialism/Uhuru na Ujamaa by Julius K. Nyerere
      15. Afrikaner and African Nationalism by Edwin S. Munger
      16. The Political Economy of South Africa by Ralph Horwitz
      17. South Africa's Transkei by Gwendolen M. Carter, Thomas Karis, an...
      18. House of Bondage by Ernest Cole and Thomas Flaherty
      19. The Jail Diary of Albie Sachs by Albie Sachs
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1968, pp. 415-417
    6. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      1. The Burden of Empire by L.H. Gann and Peter Duignan
      2. Soviet and Eastern European Trade and Aid in Africa by Baard Richard Stokke
      3. Dakar and West African Economic Development by Richard J. Peterec
      4. African Betrayal by Charles F. Darlington and Alice B. Da...
      5. Uncertain Mandate by Ernest W. Lefever
      6. Political Protest in the Congo by Herbert F. Weiss
      7. Desecration of My Kingdom by The Kabaka of Buganda
      8. Not Yet Uhuru by Oginga Odinga
      9. Tanzania by Henry Bienen
      10. The Political Organization of Unyamwezi by R.G. Abrahams
      11. Strike a Blow and Die by George Simeon Mwase and Robert I. Rot...
      12. A Humanist in Africa by Kenneth D. Kaunda and Colin M. Morris
      13. Crisis Over Rhodesia by Charles Burton Marshall
      14. The Battle for Rhodesia by Douglas Reed
      15. South West Africa and the United Nations by Faye Carroll
      16. South West Africa and Its Human Issues by John H. Wellington
      17. Contemporary Change in Traditional Societies, Vol. I by Julian H. Steward
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1968, pp. 617-619
    7. [+]
      (19 Reviews)
      1. Rebirth of a Nation by John P. Halstead
      2. African Integration and Disintegration by Arthur Hazlewood
      3. The Politics of African Trade Unionism by G.E. Lynd
      4. The Press in Africa by Rosalynde Ainslie
      5. The Long View by Alan Paton and Edward Callan
      6. Education in Africa by Abdou Moumouni
      7. First American Ambassador to Guinea by John H. Morrow#2
      8. My Fifteen Months in Government by Moise Tshombe
      9. Zambia: The Politics of Independence, 1957-1964 by David C. Mulford
      10. Rhodesia: The Road to Rebellion by James P. Barber
      11. Southern Africa and the United States by William A. Hance
      12. Race, Peace, Law, and Southern Africa by John Carey, Rita F. Taubenfeld, and H...
      13. African Opposition in South Africa by Edward Feit
      14. A Very Strange Society by Allen Drury
      15. Smuts: The Fields of Force, 1919-1950 by W.K. Hancock
      16. Verwoerd by Alexander Hepple
      17. The Origins of Modern African Thought by Robert W. July
      18. A Land Full of People by John S. Roberts
      19. The Economy of Tanganyika by Gilbert L. Rutman
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1968, pp. 797-799
    8. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      1. Unity or Poverty? by Reginald H. Green and Ann Seidman
      2. Industry in Africa by A.F. Ewing
      3. The Population of Tropical Africa by John C. Caldwell and Chukuka Okonjo
      4. The Southern Sudan: Background to Conflict by Mohamed Omer Beshir
      5. Industrial Labor in the Republic of Senegal by Guy P. Pfeffermann
      6. The Economic System of Sierra Leone by Ralph Gerald Saylor
      7. Pawpaw, Foofoo, and Juju by Marvin H. Unger
      8. Nigeria by Walter Schwarz
      9. Kenya by A. Marshall MacPhee
      10. Rhodesia: Crisis of Color by Theodore Bull
      11. The Seeds of Disaster by John Laurence
      12. Against the World by Douglas Brown
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1968, pp. 201-202
    9. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      1. Colonial Sequence, 1949 to 1969 by Margery F. Perham
      2. African Nationalism by Ndabaningi Sithole
      3. The Dilemmas of African Independence by L. Gray Cowan
      4. Twentieth-Century Africa by Peter J.M. McEwan
      5. The United States and Africa in the United Nations by William Gedney Baker
      6. The Role of Labor in African Nation-building by Willard A. Beling
      7. Economic Development in Tunisia by Ghazi Duwaji
      8. Dark Days in Ghana by Kwame Nkrumah
      9. Djibouti and the Horn of Africa by Virginia Thompson and Richard Adloff
      10. The Indians in Uganda by Harold Stephen Morris
      11. Indian Minority of Zambia, Rhodesia, and Malawi by Floyd Dotson and Lillian O. Dotson
      12. Malawi: A Political and Economic History by John G. Pike
      13. The Separated People by E.J. Kahn, Jr.
      14. The South-West Africa Case by M. Hidayatullah
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1969, pp. 403-405
    10. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      1. The Influence of Islam Upon Africa by J. Spencer Trimingham
      2. The Demography of Tropical Africa by William Brass
      3. Population and Political Systems in Tropical Africa by Robert F. Stevenson
      4. Nations by Design by Arnold Rivkin
      5. The African Phenomenon by Abdul A. Said
      6. West Africa Under Colonial Rule by Michael Crowder
      7. The Political Transformation of Tanganyika, 1920-67 by Hugh W. Stephens
      8. Towards Financial Independence in a Developing Economy by R.A. Sowelem
      9. A History of Central Africa by P.E.N. Tindall
      10. The Bitter Choice by Colin Legum and Margaret Legum
      11. A Short History of South Africa by Leopold Marquard
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1969, pp. 592-593
    11. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      1. The African Predicament by Stanislav Andreski
      2. Handbook of Revolutionary Warfare by Kwame Nkrumah
      3. The Black Man in Search of Power
      4. The Legal System of Ethiopia by Kenneth R. Redden
      5. Biafra by Francois Debre
      6. Political Institutions of West Africa by Joseph H. Price
      7. In Whitest Africa by William R. Frye
      8. Apartheid: A Documentary Study of Modern South Africa by Edgar H. Brookes
      9. Whispers from a Continent by Wilfred G. Cartey
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1969, pp. 781-782
    12. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      1. Africa Contemporary Record, 1968-69 by Colin Legum and John G.S. Drysdale
      2. Africa Yesterday and Today by Clark D. Moore and Ann Dunbar
      3. The Military in African Politics by William F. Gutteridge
      4. The Economics of African Countries by Edith H. Whetham and Jean I. Currie
      5. Soviet Perspectives on African Socialism by Arthur Jay Klinghoffer
      6. Terror and Resistance: A Study of Political Violence by Eugene Victor Walter
      7. French-Speaking Africa Since Independence by Guy de Lusignan
      8. Ghana's Foreign Policy, 1957-1966 by W. Scott Thompson
      9. The Angolan Revolution, Vol. I by John A. Marcum
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1969, pp. 197-198
    13. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      1. The Great Powers and Africa by Waldemar A. Nielsen
      2. Africa 69/70
      3. African Armies and Civil Order by J.M. Lee
      4. Libya by John Wright
      5. Party and People by Lars Rudebeck
      6. The Government of Ethiopia by Margery F. Perham
      7. Haile-Selassie's Government by Christopher S. Clapham
      8. Liberia: The Evolution of Privilege by J. Gus Liebenow
      9. France and the Africans, 1944-1960 by Edward Mortimer
      10. Notes from Africa by H.S. Aynor
      11. The Civil Service in Commonwealth Africa by A.L. Adu
      12. The Strategy and Tactics of the People's Republic of Nigeria by Obafemi Awolowo
      13. The Biafra Story by Frederick Forsyth
      14. Modernization in Ghana and the USSR by Robert E. Dowse
      15. The Liberation of Guine by Basil Davidson
      16. Tumbled House by Ian Scott
      17. The Struggle for Mozambique by Eduardo Mondlane
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1970, pp. 390-392
    14. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      1. Violence and Thought by Ali A. Mazrui
      2. Africa Between East and West by John Dumoga
      3. The Organization of African Unity and Its Charter by Zdenek Cervenka
      4. Africa and Unity by Vincent Bakpetu Thompson
      5. The History of Britain in Africa by John C. Hatch
      6. Revolution and Political Leadership by William B. Quandt
      7. Volta: Man's Greatest Lake by James Moxon
      8. Portuguese Africa by David M. Abshire and Michael A. Samuels
      9. Tradition and Transition in East Africa by P.H. Gulliver
      10. Ujamaa---Essays on Socialism by Julius K. Nyerere
      11. Toward 'Uhuru' in Tanzania by G. Andrew Maguire
      12. The High Price of Principles by Richard S. Hall
      13. Rhodesia by Frank Clements
      14. The Peoples and Policies of South Africa by Leopold Marquard
      15. South Africa: The Struggle for a Birthright by Mary Benson
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1970, pp. 591-593
    15. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      1. The African Genius by Basil Davidson
      2. African Renaissance by Leonard Barnes
      3. The Economies of Africa by Peter Robson and D.A. Lury
      4. Economic Integration in Africa by Peter Robson
      5. Nation-Building in Africa by Arnold Rivkin and John H. Morrow #2
      6. Manpower Development in Africa by Robert D. Loken
      7. Algeria by David Ottaway and Marina Ottaway
      8. The Politics of Tradition by C.S. Whitaker, Jr.
      9. Growth and Development of the Nigerian Economy by Carl K. Liedholm and Carl Eicher
      10. West Africa by W.B. Morgan and John Charles Pugh
      11. Government and Power in West Africa by Robert S. Jordan
      12. From Union to Apartheid by Margaret Ballinger
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1970, pp. 799-800
    16. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      1. Protest and Power in Black Africa by Robert I. Rotberg and Ali A. Mazrui
      2. Soldier and State in Africa by Claude E. Welch, Jr.
      3. The African Experience, Vol. I: Essays by John N. Paden and Edward W. Soja
      4. Four African Political Systems by Christian P. Potholm
      5. The Sudan by Oliver Albino
      6. Muslim Brotherhoods and Politics in Senegal by Lucy C. Behrman
      7. Biafra: The Making of a Nation by Arthur Agwuncha Nwankwo and Samuel Ud...
      8. The Cameroon Federation by Willard R. Johnson
      9. Planning Processes by Rolf E. Vente
      10. Freedom and Socialism/Uhuru na Ujamaa by Julius K. Nyerere
      11. Rwanda and Burundi by Rene Lemarchand
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1970, pp. 178-179
    17. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      1. Africa in the Seventies and Eighties by Frederick S. Arkhurst
      2. Spear and Scepter by Ernest W. Lefever
      3. Power in Africa by Ruth First
      4. City Politics: A Study of Leopoldville, 1962-63 by J.S. La Fontaine
      5. A Patch of White by Arun Gandhi
      6. South Africa and the World by Amry Vandenbosch
      7. African Development and Europe by Peter Tregear and John Burley
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1971, pp. 574-575
    18. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      1. The Economics of African Development by Andrew M. Kamarck
      2. The Politics of Trade Negotiations Between Africa and the European Economic Community by I. William Zartman
      3. Organizing African Unity by Jon Woronoff
      4. Ou Va Le Senegal? by Pierre Fougeyrollas
      5. Liberia: Black Africa in Microcosm by Charles Morrow Wilson
      6. Petroleum and the Nigerian Economy by Scott R. Pearson
      7. Ibo Politics by Audrey C. Smock
      8. Buganda in Modern History by D.A. Low
      9. Angola by Douglas L. Wheeler and Rene Pelissier
      10. The Elites of Barotseland, 1878-1969 by Gerald L. Caplan
      11. The Making of a Nation by Daniel W. Kruger
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1971, pp. 768-769