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Foreign Affairs Archives
By Donald S. Zagoria
Title Author X Period Text
Type? Genre/Topic? Subtitles?
  • Foreign Affairs
    Total Archives: 80 Years, 335 Issues, 7,959 Articles, 69,189pp
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    1. Into the Breach: New Soviet Alliances in the Third World
      Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1979, pp. 733-754
    2. Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1984, pp. 879-904
    3. Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1983, pp. 853-873
    4. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. Japan: The Paradox of Progress by Lewis Austin
      2. How Japan's Economy Grew so Fast by Edward F. Denison and William K. Chung
      3. The Silent Power
      4. The Limits of Change by Charlotte Furth
      5. Japan Faces China by Chae-Jin Lee
      6. The Eccentric Tradition by Robert A. Hart
      7. The Man Who Lost China by Brian Crozier and Eric Chou
      8. The Changing Face of Tibet by Pradyumna P. Karan
      9. Mahatma Gandhi and His Apostles by Ved Mehta
      10. The Imperatives of Nonalignment by A.P. Rana
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1977, pp. 440-441
    5. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. China and Japan by Donald C. Hellmann
      2. Southern Asia: The Politics of Poverty and Peace by Donald C. Hellmann
      3. Sino-Soviet Diplomatic Relations, 1917-1926 by Sow-Theng Leong
      4. Managing an Alliance by I.M. Destler, Priscilla Clapp, Hideo ...
      5. Asia's New Giant by Hugh Patrick and Henry Rosovsky
      6. Japanese Marxist by Gail Lee Bernstein
      7. Indonesian Foreign Policy and the Dilemma of Dependence by Franklin B. Weinstein
      8. Indian Foreign Policy by B.R. Nanda
      9. North Korea's Foreign Relations by Wayne S. Kiyosaki
      10. Korea by Parvez Hasan
      11. The Philippines by Russell J. Cheetham and Edward K. Haw...
      12. The Asian Development Bank by Po-Wen Huang, Jr.
      13. Self-Help in Pacific-Asian Development by Edward L. Rada and Kan wu
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1977, pp. 660-661
    6. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. China Policy by A. Doak Barnett
      2. The Outsiders by Rhoads Murphey
      3. Comrade Chiang Ch'ing by Roxane Witke
      4. China's Forty Millions by June Teufel Dreyer
      5. China's Economy and the Maoist Strategy by John G. Gurley
      6. The Presidency of Yuan Shih-K'ai by Ernest P. Young
      7. Australia's Northern Neighbors by Edward P. Wolfers
      8. Southeast Asia in International Politics, 1941-1956 by Evelyn Colbert
      9. Japan at the Polls by Michael K. Blaker
      10. Parties Out of Power in Japan, 1931-1941 by Gordon Mark Berger
      11. The Japanese Are Coming by Yoshi Tsurumi
      12. Tun Razak: His Life and Times by William Shaw
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1977, pp. 919-920
    7. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. The Origins of the Cold War in Asia by Yonosuke Nagai and Akira Iriye
      2. China's Industrial Revolution by Stephen Andors
      3. China After the Cultural Revolution by Jurgen Domes
      4. Chinese Politics and the Cultural Revolution by Byung-Joon Ahn
      5. Law and Politics in China's Foreign Trade by Victor H. Li
      6. China's Economic Revolution by Alexander Eckstein
      7. Dimensions of China's Foreign Relations by Chun-tu Hsueh
      8. Economic Growth and Structure in the Republic of Korea by Paul W. Kuznets
      9. Korean Phoenix by Michael Keon
      10. Pakistan: The Long View by Lawrence Ziring, Ralph Braibanti, and...
      Foreign Affairs
      , October 1977, pp. 242-243
    8. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. Chinese Shadows by Simon Leys
      2. Up to the Mountains and Down to the Villages by Thomas P. Bernstein
      3. The Broken Wave by Roy Hofheinz, Jr.
      4. China's Future by Allen S. Whiting and Robert F. Dernbe...
      5. China, Oil, and Asia: Conflict Ahead? by Selig S. Harrison
      6. Chinese Perception of the World by G.W. Choudhury
      7. Whither China: The View From the Kremlin by Morris Rothenberg
      8. China Diary by Paul Paddock
      9. De-Recognizing Taiwan by Victor H. Li
      10. The Future of the Korean Peninsula by Young C. Kim and Abraham M. Halpern
      11. The Foreign Policy of Modern Japan by Robert A. Scalapino
      12. Policymaking in Contemporary Japan by T.J. Pempel
      13. Murder of a Gentle Land by John Barron and Anthony Paul
      Foreign Affairs
      , January 1978, pp. 458-460
    9. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. Mao's China and After by Maurice Meisner
      2. China and the Major Powers in East Asia by A. Doak Barnett
      3. China and America by William J. Barnds
      4. Southeast Asia in Transition by Jae Kyu Park and Melvin Gurtov
      5. Diversity and Development in Southeast Asia by Guy J. Pauker, Frank H. Golay, and Cy...
      6. Asia's Nuclear Future by William H. Overholt
      7. Japanese International Negotiating Style by Michael Blaker
      8. Agrarian Reform as Unfinished Business by Louis Walinsky and Wolf Ladejinsky
      9. Burma: Military Rule and the Politics of Stagnation by Josef Silverstein
      10. The United States and the Philippines by Claude A. Buss
      Foreign Affairs
      , April 1978, p. 683
    10. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. The Widening Gulf by Selig S. Harrison
      2. Intra-Asian International Relations by George T. Yu
      3. Chinese Foreign Policy After the Cultural Revolution, 1966-1977 by Robert G. Sutter
      4. Opposition and Dissent in Contemporary China by Peter R. Moody, Jr.
      5. The Dragon and Eagle by Michel C. Oksenberg and Robert B. Oxnam
      6. Post-Mao China and U.S.-China Trade by Shao-chuan Leng
      7. The Foreign Trade of China by Gene T. Hsiao
      8. Crisis Resolution by Richard G. Head, Frisco W. Short, and...
      9. P'yongyang Between Peking and Moscow by Chin O. Chung
      10. The Korean Workers' Party by Chong-Sik Lee
      11. Issues in Japan's China Policy by Wolf Mendl
      12. Japan's Public Policy Companies by Chalmers A. Johnson
      13. The Indian Ocean by K. Rajendra Singh
      14. India in Soviet Global Strategy by Jyotirmoy Banerjee
      Foreign Affairs
      , July 1978, pp. 894-895
    11. [+]
      (11 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. Delusion and Reality by Janos Radvanyi
      2. China and Japan: Search for Balance Since World War I by Alvin D. Coox and Hilary Conroy
      3. U.S.-Japan Relations and the Security of East Asia by Franklin B. Weinstein
      4. China-Watch: Toward Sino-American Reconciliation by Robert G. Sutter
      5. Chinese Foreign Policy After the Cultural Revolution, 1966-1977 by Robert G. Sutter
      6. The Politics of the Chinese Cultural Revolution by Hong Yung Lee
      7. The Chinese Connection by Warren I. Cohen
      8. Doing Business with the People's Republic of China by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz and Maria R. Szu...
      9. Japan's Food Prospects and Policies by Fred H. Sanderson
      10. History of Vietnamese Communism, 1925-1976 by Douglas E. Pike
      11. Political Power and Communications in Indonesia by Karl D. Jackson and Lucian W. Pye
      Foreign Affairs
      , Fall 1978, pp. 229-231
    12. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. The Sino-Soviet Dispute by Alfred D. Low
      2. Island China by Ralph N. Clough
      3. China's Oil Future by Randall W. Hardy
      4. Economic Growth and Distribution in China by Nicholas R. Lardy
      5. China Since Mao by Neil G. Burton and Charles Bettelheim
      6. Cambodia: Year Zero by Francois Ponchaud
      7. The Army and Politics in Indonesia by Harold A. Crouch
      8. India: Emergent Power? by Stephen P. Cohen and Richard L. Park
      Foreign Affairs
      , Winter 1978, pp. 426-427
    13. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. The Duel of the Giants by Drew Middleton
      2. Village and Family in Contemporary China by William L. Parish and Martin King Whyte
      3. India's Political Economy, 1947-1977 by Francine R. Frankel
      4. Strategies of Survival by Charles E. Morrison and Astri Suhrke
      5. Communist Indochina and U. S. Foreign Policy by Joseph J. Zasloff and MacAlister Brown
      6. The United States and Korea by Ralph N. Clough and William Watts
      Foreign Affairs
      , Spring 1979, p. 961
    14. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. Last Quarter by Malcolm Booker
      2. China, the United Nations, and World Order by Samuel S. Kim
      3. China's Watergate by Leo Goodstadt
      4. Japan, Korea, and China by William Watts, George R. Packard, Ral...
      5. Japan As Number One by Ezra F. Vogel
      6. The Textile Wrangle by I.M. Destler, Haruhiro Fukui, and Hid...
      7. Marcos and Martial Law in the Philippines by David A. Rosenberg
      Foreign Affairs
      , Summer 1979, p. 1186
    15. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. The Japanese Challenge by Herman Kahn and Thomas Pepper
      2. The Soviet Union and Postwar Japan by Rodger Swearingen
      3. A Matter of Two Chinas by William R. Kintner and John F. Copper
      4. The Coming Decline of the Chinese Empire by Victor E. Louis
      5. The China Difference by Ross Terrill
      6. U.S. Policy Toward Korea by Nathan N. White
      7. Strategy and Security in Northeast Asia by Richard B. Foster, James E. Dornan, J...
      8. A Turning Wheel by Robert Shaplen
      9. Small Is Politics by Marcus F. Franda
      Foreign Affairs
      , Fall 1979, pp. 203-204
    16. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. Yellow Earth, Green Jade by Simon de Beaufort
      2. The Middle East in China's Foreign Policy, 1949-1977 by Yitzhak Shichor
      3. The Gang and 900 Million by S. Nihal Singh
      4. Japan and the United States by William J. Barnds
      5. The Rational Peasant by Samuel L. Popkin
      6. In Defense of the Irrational Peasant by Kusum Nair
      7. Indira Gandhi in the Crucible of Leadership by Mary C. Carras
      8. The Scope of Happiness by Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
      Foreign Affairs
      , Winter 1979, pp. 432-433
    17. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. Military Power and Policy in Asian States by Onkar Marwah and Jonathan D. Pollack
      2. Japan and the United States by Leon Hollerman
      3. China: A Second Look by Claudie Broyelle, Jacques Broyelle, a...
      4. Agreement on Trade Relations Between the United States and the People's Republic of China
      5. Economic Development in Southeast Asia by Yuan-li Wu and Chun-hsi Wu
      6. National and Regional Interests in ASEAN by Russell H. Fifield
      7. A History of India by K.A. Antonova, G. Bongard-Levin, and ...
      Foreign Affairs
      , Summer 1980, pp. 1203-1204
    18. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. China's Transition to Industrialism by Thomas G. Rawski
      2. China's Four Modernizations by Richard Baum
      3. China's Global Role by John F. Copper
      4. Broken Images by Simon Leys
      5. The Future of Taiwan: A Difference of Opinion by Victor H. li
      6. The Neutralized Unification of Korea in Perspective by In K. Hwang
      7. War and Hope by Prince Norodom Sihanouk
      8. The Fall of South Vietnam by Stephen T. Hosmer, Konrad Kellen, and...
      9. Soviet Policy for Asian Peace and Security by Ivan I. Kovalenko
      Foreign Affairs
      , Fall 1980, pp. 227-228
    19. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      Asia and the Pacific
      1. The Chinese by David Bonavia
      2. The Dynamics of Factions and Consensus in Chinese Politics by Lucian W. Pye
      3. Mao Tse-Tung by Fedor M. Burlatsky
      4. Sino-Soviet Crisis Politics by Richard Wich
      5. Security of Korea by Franklin B. Weinstein and Fuji Kamiya
      6. Oceania and the United States by John C. Dorrance
      7. Indira Gandhi by Dom F. Moraes
      Foreign Affairs
      , Winter 1980, p. 444