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Stephen Panaretoff • 2 Items / 1 Review, 1 Book
Near Eastern Affairs and Conditions (1922)
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    Some Recent Books on International Affairs (2 Reviews)
    The Near East
    1. Near Eastern Affairs and Conditions by Stephen Panaretoff
    2. The Turks and Europe by Gaston Gaillard
    Foreign Affairs, September 1922, p. 172
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    Russia and the East (2 Reviews)
    Russia's Foreign Relations During the Last Half Century, by S.A. Korff
    1. Russia's Foreign Relations During the Last Half Century by S.A. Korff
    2. Near Eastern Affairs and Conditions by Stephen Panaretoff
    The Forum, November 1922, p. 995
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    Book Reviews (3 Reviews)
    International Relations, by James Bryce
    1. International Relations by James Bryce
    2. Near Eastern Affairs and Conditions by Stephen Panaretoff
    3. Russia's Foreign Relations During the Last Half Century by S.A. Korff
    American Political Science Review, November 1922, pp. 695-698
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    Lord Bryce and Economics (3 Reviews)
    International Relations, by James Bryce
    1. International Relations by James Bryce
    2. Russia's Foreign Relations During the Last Half Century by S.A. Korff
    3. Near Eastern Affairs and Conditions by Stephen Panaretoff
    The Nation, October 11, 1922, pp. 380-381
  5. Reviews of Books
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    Landlubbers on Foreign Seas (10 Reviews)
    The History and Nature of International Relations, by Edmund A. Walsh
    1. The History and Nature of International Relations by Edmund A. Walsh
    2. Near Eastern Affairs and Conditions by Stephen Panaretoff
    3. The Struggle for Power in Europe, 1917-1921 by L. Haden Guest
    4. Russia's Foreign Relations During the Last Half Century by S.A. Korff
    5. Russia in the Far East by Leo Pasvolsky
    6. The Conduct of American Foreign Relations by John Mabry Mathews
    7. Secret Diplomacy: How Far Can It Be Eliminated? by Paul S. Reinsch
    8. An American Diplomat in China by Paul S. Reinsch
    9. Diplomacy: Old and New by George Young
    10. After the War by Charles a Court Repington
    The New Republic, March 29, 1922, p. 144