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  1. [+]
    American History (Review)
    Roosevelt and the Russians, by Edward R. Stettinius, Jr. and Walter Johnson
    1. Roosevelt and the Russians by Edward R. Stettinius, Jr. and Walter Johnson
    The American Historical Review, July 1950, pp. 942-943
  2. Americans Search for New Foreign Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, November 15, 1952, p. 3
  3. America's Chance of Peace (1939)
    4 Reviews, 2 Readable
  4. Are France and U.S. Far Apart
    Foreign Policy Report, March 1, 1953, p. 3
  5. Armaments: How Much When?
    Foreign Policy Report, January 1, 1952, p. 3
  6. Arms Aid Bill Raises Issues of European Unity
    Foreign Policy Report, August 12, 1949, p. 2
  7. Arms and the Atom
    Foreign Policy Report, November 1, 1951, p. 3
  8. Asian Tensions to Tax San Francisco Conference
    Foreign Policy Report, August 31, 1951, p. 1
  9. Baltic Incident Reaction Troubles Washington
    Foreign Policy Report, April 28, 1950, p. 2
  10. [+]
    Bearding FDR (Review)
    American Foreign Policy in the Making, 1932-1940, by Charles A. Beard
    1. American Foreign Policy in the Making, 1932-1940 by Charles A. Beard
    The New Republic, September 2, 1946, p. 268
  11. The Big Change in Europe (1958)
    4 Reviews, 1 Readable
  12. Both Russia and West Hesitate On Berlin Showdown
    Foreign Policy Report, July 16, 1948, p. 1
  13. Bowles Innovations in India
    Foreign Policy Report, February 1, 1952, p. 3
  14. Braden Holds the Fort
    The New Republic, July 15, 1946, pp. 40-41
  15. Britain Seeks U.S. Armed Support
    Foreign Policy Report, October 1, 1948, p. 3
  16. Books and the Arts
    [+]
    Byrnes Tells Almost All (Review)
    Speaking Frankly, by James F. Byrnes
    1. Speaking Frankly by James F. Byrnes
    The Nation, October 25, 1947, p. 448
  17. Articles
    Can Our Dollars Save Europe?
    The Nation, June 28, 1947, pp. 759-760
  18. Can U.S. Quarantine Korean Conflict?
    Foreign Policy Report, July 14, 1950, p. 1
  19. Candidates Question Foreign Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, October 15, 1952, pp. 6-8
  20. Clash with Vatican Sharpened in Eastern Europe
    Foreign Policy Report, July 29, 1949, p. 2
  21. Cohen and Corcoran: Brain Twins
    The American Mercury, January 1938, pp. 38-45
  22. Compromise On Poland Sought At San Francisco
    Foreign Policy Report, April 27, 1945, p. 1
  23. Conflicting Administration Views Impede U.S. Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, June 2, 1950, p. 1
  24. Confusion in Kilocycles
    The American Mercury, September 1942, pp. 332-335
  25. Congress and Foreign Aid
    Foreign Policy Report, September 15, 1951, p. 3
  26. Congress Queries Truman Military Proposals
    Foreign Policy Report, March 26, 1948, p. 1
  27. Congress Weighs Implementation of Atlantic Pact
    Foreign Policy Report, July 15, 1949, p. 1
  28. Congressional Leaders Reappraise ERP
    Foreign Policy Report, December 17, 1948, p. 3
  29. Consolidation of Policies in Asia
    Foreign Policy Report, January 1, 1953, p. 4
  30. Corruption in Washington
    The Harpers Monthly, January 1952, pp. 27-33
  31. Cost Factor in Foreign Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, August 1, 1952, p. 3
  32. Cost of Foreign Arms Program Worries Congress
    Foreign Policy Report, April 22, 1949, p. 1
  33. Critical Congress Stalls Foreign Policy Bills
    Foreign Policy Report, March 17, 1950, p. 1
  34. Danger Signals in Latin America
    Foreign Policy Report, April 15, 1952, p. 3
  35. Democratic Congress Eases Truman's Task Abroad
    Foreign Policy Report, November 5, 1948, p. 1
  36. Demoralization of U.S. Foreign Service
    Foreign Policy Report, April 15, 1953, p. 3
  37. Differing Aims Test Unity of Atlantic Powers
    Foreign Policy Report, April 8, 1949, p. 1
  38. Diplomacy on Two Fronts
    Foreign Policy Report, September 1, 1953, pp. 3-4
  39. Disagreement Among Military Creates Confusion
    Foreign Policy Report, April 23, 1948, p. 2
  40. Disciples of Freedom
    Common Ground, Spring 1942, pp. 3-8
  41. Dispute Over Veto Will Not Jeopardize UNCIO Charter
    Foreign Policy Report, June 8, 1945, pp. 3-4
  42. Do Moscow Changes Portend Russian Isolationism?
    Foreign Policy Report, March 18, 1949, p. 1
  43. Does U.S. Stake Security on H-Bomb?
    Foreign Policy Report, February 10, 1950, p. 1
  44. Articles
    Dollars or Sociallism
    The Nation, August 30, 1947, pp. 197-198
  45. Egypt, Iran and U.S. Diplomacy
    Foreign Policy Report, August 15, 1952, p. 3
  46. Eisenhower's New Method
    Foreign Policy Report, July 15, 1953, p. 3
  47. Elections and Foreign Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, May 1, 1952, p. 3
  48. Emphasis on Integration Casts Doubts on ERP Future
    Foreign Policy Report, March 3, 1950, p. 3
  49. European Trade Controls Hamper Swiss Economy
    Foreign Policy Report, May 20, 1949, p. 2
  50. Political War
    Even Holland Goes Left
    The Nation, June 10, 1944, p. 679
  51. The Fallacy of Containment
    The Nation, March 19, 1949, pp. 327-328
  52. FAO's Role Limited by U.S. Views on Food Plan
    Foreign Policy Report, December 16, 1949, p. 2
  53. [+]
    Far Eastern History (Review)
    Conquered Press, by William James Coughlin
    1. Conquered Press by William James Coughlin
    The American Historical Review, January 1953, pp. 450-451
  54. The Federal Writers' Project
    The Saturday Review, July 9, 1938, pp. 3-4
  55. Foreign Diplomats Go American
    The American Mercury, November 1941, pp. 552-559
  56. Foreign Policy Initiative Passing to Congress
    Foreign Policy Report, April 13, 1951, p. 1
  57. Articles
    Foreign Policy Wanted
    The Nation, August 14, 1943, p. 174
  58. Foreign Policy---Record of the 80th Congress
    Foreign Policy Report, June 18, 1948, p. 3
  59. The Future of International Airways
    The Harpers Monthly, January 1944, pp. 97-106
  60. Germany Defeated---But German Problem Remains
    Foreign Policy Report, May 11, 1945, p. 1
  61. Grants for Arms to Dominate U.S. Aid Program
    Foreign Policy Report, June 1, 1951, p. 1
  62. The Great Defense Migration
    The Harpers Monthly, October 1941, pp. 460-467
  63. Hoover Report Augurs Real State Department Reform
    Foreign Policy Report, March 4, 1949, p. 1
  64. How Much Authority for MSA?
    Foreign Policy Report, January 15, 1952, p. 3
  65. How to Get Rich in Washington (1952)
    Rich Man's Division of the Welfare State
    6 Reviews, 1 Readable
  66. How Will MacArthur Debate Affect U.S. Policy?
    Foreign Policy Report, May 11, 1951, p. 1
  67. Joint Chiefs of Staff and U.S. Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, March 15, 1952, p. 3
  68. Korea Emphasizes Need for Balanced Armed Forces
    Foreign Policy Report, July 28, 1950, p. 2
  69. Letter from Paris
    Foreign Policy Report, February 15, 1953, p. 3
  70. MacArthur Hearings Leave Asian Strategy Uncertain
    Foreign Policy Report, June 8, 1951, p. 1
  71. MacArthur Removal Crystallizes Asia Policy Debate
    Foreign Policy Report, April 20, 1951, p. 1
  72. Men of Good Intentions (1960)
    The President and Washington's Scandals
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  73. Middle West Focuses Attention On Relations With Russia
    Foreign Policy Report, May 25, 1945, pp. 3-4
  74. Military Prospects in Asia
    Foreign Policy Report, March 15, 1953, p. 3
  75. Military Strength of NATO
    Foreign Policy Report, October 1, 1951, p. 3
  76. More U.S. Aid for Europe?
    Foreign Policy Report, December 1, 1951, p. 3
  77. NATO's Armament Problems
    Foreign Policy Report, May 15, 1952, p. 3
  78. New Search for Consistency
    Foreign Policy Report, September 15, 1952, p. 3
  79. New Strength Bolsters West at Paris Conference
    Foreign Policy Report, March 16, 1951, p. 1
  80. New Tests of Bipartisanship
    Foreign Policy Report, December 15, 1952, p. 3
  81. Origins of the Bricker Amendment
    Foreign Policy Report, May 15, 1953, p. 3
  82. Our Middle East 'Fringe'
    Foreign Policy Report, November 15, 1951, p. 3
  83. Our Uneconomic Royalist
    The American Mercury, March 1938, pp. 265-269
  84. Political Strings on MSA
    Foreign Policy Report, April 1, 1952, p. 3
  85. Pound Devaluation Tests Role of Bank and Fund
    Foreign Policy Report, September 23, 1949, p. 2
  86. The President and Congress
    Foreign Policy Report, August 1, 1953, p. 3
  87. [+]
    Press-Agent diplomacy (Review)
    President Roosevelt and the Coming of the War, 1941, by Charles A. Beard
    1. President Roosevelt and the Coming of the War, 1941 by Charles A. Beard
    The New Republic, July 5, 1948, p. 25
  88. Priority for Europe Set by Truman and Attlee
    Foreign Policy Report, December 15, 1950, p. 1
  89. Problems of a Grand Coalition
    Foreign Policy Report, March 1, 1952, p. 3
  90. Prose and Politics
    Writers in the New Deal
    The Saturday Review, March 30, 1940, pp. 3-4
  91. Protectionism and Foreign Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, June 15, 1952, p. 3
  92. Raw Materials Needs and Tariffs
    Foreign Policy Report, July 15, 1952, p. 3
  93. Reforms Abroad Needed For World Stability
    Foreign Policy Report, October 28, 1949, p. 1
  94. Relief for 500,000,000
    The Nation, November 13, 1943, p. 548
  95. Reorganization in Washington
    Foreign Policy Report, July 1, 1953, p. 3
  96. Resettling America
    The American Mercury, November 1936, pp. 337-345
  97. The Return of Eduard Benes
    The Nation, March 20, 1943, pp. 408-409
  98. The Role of Air Power
    Foreign Policy Report, July 1, 1952, p. 3
  99. Role of the Joing Chiefs of Staff
    Foreign Policy Report, June 1, 1953, p. 3
  100. Russia and West Face Mounting Crisis in Berlin
    Foreign Policy Report, July 2, 1948, p. 1
  101. Scrap Rubber to the Rescue!
    The American Mercury, June 1942, pp. 672-676
  102. Senate Committee Choice Will Show G.O.P. Trend
    Foreign Policy Report, November 24, 1950, p. 1
  103. Articles
    Senators and the Peace
    The Nation, October 16, 1943, pp. 426-428
  104. Should Bipartisan Foreign Policy Be Revived?
    Foreign Policy Report, March 31, 1950, p. 1
  105. Should We Mind Holland's Business?
    The Harpers Monthly, June 1945, pp. 606-615
  106. Stalemate in Korea
    Foreign Policy Report, June 1, 1952, p. 3
  107. Statehood For Alaska Urged On Strategic Grounds
    Foreign Policy Report, June 4, 1948, p. 3
  108. The Stew in the Melting Pot
    The Harpers Monthly, January 1943, pp. 179-185
  109. Strategic Problems Raise Thorny Spanish Issue
    Foreign Policy Report, October 15, 1948, p. 1
  110. Stronger Morale NATO's Need
    Foreign Policy Report, December 15, 1951, p. 3
  111. Successes in Korea Help U.S. to Stabilize Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, March 2, 1951, p. 2
  112. Sweden and the Russian Bogy
    The Nation, June 5, 1943, pp. 799-800
  113. [+]
    Sweden's Dilemma (Review)
    Stalwart Sweden, by Joachim Joesten
    1. Stalwart Sweden by Joachim Joesten
    The Nation, September 11, 1943, p. 302
  114. The Sweetheart of the Regimenters
    The American Mercury, September 1936, pp. 77-86
  115. Trade With East Holds Lure for Western Germany
    Foreign Policy Report, February 17, 1950, p. 1
  116. Tyrant from Illinois (1951)
    Uncle Joe Cannon's Experiment with Personal Power
    4 Reviews, 1 Readable
  117. U.S. and U.S.S.R. Would Both Gain By Korean Truce
    Foreign Policy Report, July 6, 1951, p. 1
  118. U.S. Economic Policy Hampered By Inconsistencies
    Foreign Policy Report, July 1, 1949, p. 2
  119. U.S. Makes Headway on Japanese Peace Treaty
    Foreign Policy Report, June 22, 1951, p. 1
  120. U.S. Reshapes Policy In Asia
    Foreign Policy Report, June 3, 1949, p. 2
  121. U.S. Stressing Allied Unity on West Germany
    Foreign Policy Report, January 27, 1950, p. 1
  122. U.S. Strives for Flexibility in Accord on Japan
    Foreign Policy Report, July 20, 1951, p. 1
  123. U.S. Willing To Negotiate On All Of Germany
    Foreign Policy Report, July 30, 1948, p. 1
  124. [+]
    United States History: General (Review)
    A Foreign Policy for the United States, by Quincy Wright
    1. A Foreign Policy for the United States by Quincy Wright
    The American Historical Review, April 1948, pp. 640-642
  125. Vacillations Hamper U.S. Policy in Far East
    Foreign Policy Report, August 11, 1950, p. 1
  126. Washigton News Letter
    Churchill Seeks Post-War Friend in Spain
    Foreign Policy Report, June 2, 1944, p. 4
  127. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, December 3, 1943, p. 4
  128. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, December 10, 1943, p. 4
  129. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, December 17, 1943, p. 4
  130. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, December 31, 1943, p. 4
  131. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, November 5, 1943, p. 4
  132. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, November 12, 1943, p. 4
  133. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, November 19, 1943, p. 6
  134. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, November 26, 1943, p. 4
  135. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, October 22, 1943, p. 4
  136. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, October 29, 1943, p. 4
  137. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, April 7, 1944, p. 4
  138. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, April 14, 1944, p. 4
  139. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, April 21, 1944, p. 4
  140. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, April 28, 1944, p. 4
  141. Washington News Letter
    Is Our Policy on Spain a Success?
    Foreign Policy Report, August 4, 1944, p. 4
  142. Washington News Letter
    Mannerheim May Modify Finn's Pro-German Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, August 11, 1944, p. 4
  143. Washington News Letter
    U.S. and Britain Reach Accord On Oil Problems
    Foreign Policy Report, August 18, 1944, p. 4
  144. Washington News Letter
    Will Internationalist Members of Congress Win Leadership?
    Foreign Policy Report, December 1, 1944, p. 4
  145. Washington News Letter
    State Department Shake-Up Offers Opportunity for Reforms
    Foreign Policy Report, December 8, 1944, p. 4
  146. Washington News Letter
    Air Freedoms Charted At Chicago Conference
    Foreign Policy Report, December 15, 1944, p. 4
  147. Washington News Letter
    War Shipping Needs Block Relief To Europe
    Foreign Policy Report, December 22, 1944, p. 4
  148. Washington News Letter
    German Drive Heightens Need for Greater Allied Unity
    Foreign Policy Report, December 29, 1944, p. 4
  149. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, February 4, 1944, p. 4
  150. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, February 11, 1944, p. 4
  151. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, February 18, 1944, p. 4
  152. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, February 25, 1944, p. 4
  153. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, January 7, 1944, p. 4
  154. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, January 14, 1944, p. 4
  155. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, January 21, 1944, p. 4
  156. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, January 28, 1944, p. 4
  157. Washington News Letter
    De Gaulle Visit Promotes Understanding
    Foreign Policy Report, July 14, 1944, p. 4
  158. Washington News Letter
    Allied Action Against Argentina Deterred By War Needs
    Foreign Policy Report, July 21, 1944, p. 4
  159. Washington News Letter
    Tokyo Cabinet Change Designed To Mend Army-Navy Rift
    Foreign Policy Report, July 28, 1944, p. 4
  160. Washington News Letter
    Revolutions Test Good Neighbor Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, June 9, 1944, p. 4
  161. Washington News Letter
    Debate Opens on Forms of World Organization
    Foreign Policy Report, June 16, 1944, p. 4
  162. Washington News Letter
    Polish Premier Makes Good Impression
    Foreign Policy Report, June 23, 1944, p. 4
  163. Washington News Letter
    U.S. Presses for Aid to Refugees
    Foreign Policy Report, June 30, 1944, p. 4
  164. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, March 3, 1944, p. 4
  165. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, March 10, 1944, p. 4
  166. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, March 17, 1944, p. 4
  167. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, March 24, 1944, p. 4
  168. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, March 31, 1944, p. 4
  169. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, May 5, 1944, p. 4
  170. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Policy Report, May 12, 1944, p. 4
  171. Washington News Letter
    Fate of Private Property in Nazi-Held Countries
    Foreign Policy Report, May 19, 1944, p. 4
  172. Washington News Letter
    Political Preparations for Invasion
    Foreign Policy Report, May 26, 1944, p. 4
  173. Washington News Letter
    Guerrilla Raids Reveal Growing Opposition To Franco
    Foreign Policy Report, November 3, 1944, p. 4
  174. Washington News Letter
    Russia's Claims To Iran Oil Create Conflict With U.S.
    Foreign Policy Report, November 10, 1944, p. 4
  175. Washington News Letter
    Terrorist Activities Sharpen Palestine Issue
    Foreign Policy Report, November 17, 1944, p. 4
  176. Washington News Letter
    Plans for Security Organization Hinge on U.S. Elections
    Foreign Policy Report, October 6, 1944, p. 4
  177. Washington News Letter
    Will National Sovereignty Impede Unrra's Work?
    Foreign Policy Report, October 13, 1944, p. 4
  178. Washington News Letter
    Anomalies of Allied Policy In Italy
    Foreign Policy Report, October 20, 1944, p. 4
  179. Washington News Letter
    Guerrillas Will Expect Role in Philippines Government
    Foreign Policy Report, October 27, 1944, p. 4
  180. Washington News Letter
    Phillips Incident Indicates U.S. Concern With Future of India
    Foreign Policy Report, September 8, 1944, p. 3
  181. Washington News Letter
    Senate Attitude Important Factor At Dumbarton Oaks
    Foreign Policy Report, September 15, 1944, p. 4
  182. Washington News Letter
    U.S. Tackles International Cartel Problem
    Foreign Policy Report, September 22, 1944, p. 4
  183. Washington News Letter
    U.S. Takes Realistic View of China's Plight
    Foreign Policy Report, September 29, 1944, p. 4
  184. Washington News Letter
    Will Congress Back Measures for World Economic Cooperation?
    Foreign Policy Report, April 6, 1945, p. 4
  185. Washington News Letter
    Colonial Issue Raised on Eve of San Francisco Conference
    Foreign Policy Report, April 13, 1945, p. 4
  186. Washington News Letter
    Good Neighborliness F.D.R.'s Legacy In Foreign Affairs
    Foreign Policy Report, April 20, 1945, p. 4
  187. Washington News Letter
    Soft Peace Advocates Encourage Japan To Fight On
    Foreign Policy Report, August 3, 1945, p. 4
  188. Washington News Letter
    Potsdam Program for Germany Spells New European Economy
    Foreign Policy Report, August 10, 1945, p. 4
  189. Washington News Letter
    Will Hurley Resignation Affect U.S. Intervention In China?
    Foreign Policy Report, December 7, 1945, p. 4
  190. Washington News Letter
    Trend Toward Intervention Mirrors Expanding U.S. Interests
    Foreign Policy Report, December 14, 1945, p. 4
  191. Washington News Letter
    U.S Expenditures Abroad Contribute To Nation's Security
    Foreign Policy Report, December 21, 1945, p. 4
  192. Washington News Letter
    U.S. Commitments Call for Foreign Policy Coordination
    Foreign Policy Report, December 28, 1945, p. 4
  193. Washington News Letter
    Merit Not Politics Should Govern Diplomatic Appointments
    Foreign Policy Report, February 2, 1945, p. 4
  194. Washington News Letter
    Will Allies Achieve Common Policy On War Criminals?
    Foreign Policy Report, February 9, 1945, p. 4
  195. Washington News Letter
    Stressed By London Conference Labor's Role In World Affairs
    Foreign Policy Report, February 16, 1945, p. 4
  196. Washington News Letter
    Will Mexico City Conference Cope With Argentine Issue?
    Foreign Policy Report, February 23, 1945, p. 4
  197. Washington News Letter
    Fear of U.S. Isolation Haunts Europe
    Foreign Policy Report, January 5, 1945, p. 4
  198. Washington News Letter
    President Seeks Senate Backing On Security Treaty
    Foreign Policy Report, January 12, 1945, p. 4
  199. Washington News Letter
    Vandenberg Calls for Lasting Military Commitments
    Foreign Policy Report, January 19, 1945, p. 4
  200. Washington News Letter
    France Seeks U.S. Aid To Bolster Economy
    Foreign Policy Report, January 26, 1945, p. 4
  201. Washington News Letter
    Need for Reform of State Department Confronts Byrnes
    Foreign Policy Report, July 6, 1945, p. 4
  202. Washington News Letter
    Big Three To Define Responsibilities In Europe
    Foreign Policy Report, July 13, 1945, p. 4
  203. Washington News Letter
    Japan Sees Its Only Hope In Allied Rift On China
    Foreign Policy Report, July 20, 1945, p. 4
  204. Washington News Letter
    UNRRA Crisis Reveals Need To Unify Relief Agencies
    Foreign Policy Report, July 27, 1945, p. 4
  205. Washington News Letter
    Expansion of World Trade Requires Greater U.S. Imports
    Foreign Policy Report, June 22, 1945, pp. 4-6
  206. Washington News Letter
    Polish Accord Reveals Efficacy of U.S. Intervention In Europe
    Foreign Policy Report, June 29, 1945, p. 4
  207. Washington News Letter
    Will U.S. Interests Block Mexico Water Treaty?
    Foreign Policy Report, March 2, 1945, p. 4
  208. Washington News Letter
    Chapultepec a Step Toward Western Hemisphere Equality
    Foreign Policy Report, March 9, 1945, p. 4
  209. Washington News Letter
    U.S. Weighs Military Effect of Chinese Disunity
    Foreign Policy Report, March 16, 1945, p. 4
  210. Washington News Letter
    Bombing Alone Will Not Defeat Japan
    Foreign Policy Report, March 23, 1945, p. 4
  211. Washington News Letter
    Neutrals Increase Aid To Allies As German Defeat Impends
    Foreign Policy Report, March 30, 1945, p. 4
  212. Washington News Letter
    Influence of the Navy on U.S. Foreign Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, May 4, 1945, p. 4
  213. Washington News Letter
    Protectionists Fight Extension of Trade Agreements Act
    Foreign Policy Report, May 18, 1945, p. 4
  214. Washington News Letter
    U.S Waivers Between World Policy and Nationalist Aims
    Foreign Policy Report, November 2, 1945, p. 4
  215. Washington News Letter
    Washington Divided On U.S. Intervention In China
    Foreign Policy Report, November 9, 1945, p. 4
  216. Washington News Letter
    U.S. Joins Britain in Survey of Palestine Problem
    Foreign Policy Report, November 16, 1945, p. 4
  217. Washington News Letter
    Can U.S. Base Effective Policy on Wealth and Atomic Power?
    Foreign Policy Report, November 23, 1945, p. 4
  218. Washington News Letter
    Isolationists Use Pearl Harbor To Attack F.D.R. Policies
    Foreign Policy Report, November 30, 1945, p. 4
  219. Washington News Letter
    U.S Backs Chungking Against Communists In North China
    Foreign Policy Report, October 12, 1945, p. 4
  220. Washington News Letter
    Senate Tilts With Truman On Argentine Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, October 26, 1945, p. 4
  221. Washington News Letter
    Will State Department Changes Stiffen Policy On Japan?
    Foreign Policy Report, September 14, 1945, p. 4
  222. Washington News Letter
    Public Disturbed By Confused Policy On Feeding Europe
    Foreign Policy Report, September 21, 1945, p. 4
  223. Washington News Letter
    Firm White House Leadership Needed On Foreign Issues
    Foreign Policy Report, September 28, 1945, p. 4
  224. Washington News Letter
    Atomic Energy Report Points Way To International Control
    Foreign Policy Report, April 5, 1946, p. 4
  225. Washington News Letter
    Diplomatic Reverses Raise Questions About U.S. Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, April 19, 1946, p. 4
  226. Washington News Letter
    World Action Needed To Alleviate Famine
    Foreign Policy Report, April 26, 1946, p. 4
  227. Washington News Letter
    Partition No Solution of Palestine Problem
    Foreign Policy Report, August 2, 1946, pp. 4-6
  228. Washington News Letter
    Broadcasts and Libraries Promote U.S. Policies Abroad
    Foreign Policy Report, August 9, 1946, p. 4
  229. Washington News Letter
    Atomic Scientists Oppose Policy of Secrecy On Bomb
    Foreign Policy Report, February 8, 1946, p. 4
  230. Washington News Letter
    Administration Campaigns for Approval of Loan to Britain
    Foreign Policy Report, February 15, 1946, p. 4
  231. Washington News Letter
    U.S. Prestige in China Impaired by Secret Pact on Manchuria
    Foreign Policy Report, February 22, 1946, p. 4
  232. Washington News Letter
    Fear of Civil War Impedes Ousting of Franco
    Foreign Policy Report, January 4, 1946, p. 4
  233. Washington News Letter
    Washington Hopeful on Outlook for Peace in China
    Foreign Policy Report, January 11, 1946, p. 4
  234. Washington News Letter
    Will U.S. Party Rivalry Impair UNO's Effectiveness?
    Foreign Policy Report, January 18, 1946, p. 4
  235. Washington News Letter
    Politics Outweighs Experience in Top U.S. Appointments Abroad
    Foreign Policy Report, January 25, 1946, p. 4
  236. Washington News Letter
    Will Bikini Tests Strengthen Baruch's Efforts To Curb Veto?
    Foreign Policy Report, July 5, 1946, p. 4
  237. Washington News Letter
    Anglo-American Action Needed To Check Palestine Violence
    Foreign Policy Report, July 12, 1946, p. 4
  238. Washington News Letter
    Anglo-American Unity In Europe To Be Tested In Paris
    Foreign Policy Report, June 14, 1946, p. 4
  239. Washington News Letter
    U.S. Delay On Atomic Policy Contributes To World Unrest
    Foreign Policy Report, March 1, 1946, p. 4
  240. Washington News Letter
    Narrow Nationalism Dominates Congressional Debates
    Foreign Policy Report, March 8, 1946, p. 4
  241. Washington News Letter
    Local and National Interests Clash Over St. Lawrence Treaty
    Foreign Policy Report, March 15, 1946, p. 4
  242. Washington News Letter
    Republicans Still Divided On Foreign Policy Issues
    Foreign Policy Report, March 22, 1946, p. 4
  243. Washington News Letter
    U.S. Seeks Military Policy To Back World Commitments
    Foreign Policy Report, March 29, 1946, p. 4
  244. Washington News Letter
    Political Aims Influence U.S. Foreign Lending Program
    Foreign Policy Report, May 3, 1946, p. 4
  245. Washington News Letter
    Poorly Informed Public Unable To Judge Foreign Policy Issues
    Foreign Policy Report, May 17, 1946, p. 4
  246. Washington News Letter
    U.S. and Russia Contend for Influence in Danubian Basin
    Foreign Policy Report, May 31, 1946, p. 4
  247. Washington News Letter
    Copenhagen Conference Urges World Food Board
    Foreign Policy Report, October 11, 1946, p. 4
  248. Washington News Letter
    UN Talks On Palestine Raise New Issue for U.S.
    Foreign Policy Report, April 11, 1947, p. 4
  249. Washington News Letter
    How Valid Are Basic Premises of U.S. Policy Toward Russia?
    Foreign Policy Report, April 18, 1947, p. 4
  250. Washington News Letter
    British Dollar Highlights Role of U.S. Loan Agency
    Foreign Policy Report, August 29, 1947, p. 4
  251. Washington News Letter
    Foreign Aid Debate Complicated By Injection of China Issue
    Foreign Policy Report, December 5, 1947, p. 4
  252. Washington News Letter
    Public Opinion Divided On Marshall Program
    Foreign Policy Report, December 19, 1947, p. 4
  253. Washington News Letter
    Marshall Urges Congress To Act On Foreign Policy Proposals
    Foreign Policy Report, February 14, 1947, p. 4
  254. Washington News Letter
    U.S.-Canada Underlines Strategic Importance of Arctic
    Foreign Policy Report, February 28, 1947, p. 4
  255. Washington News Letter
    Great Powers Vie for Oil Concessions in Iran
    Foreign Policy Report, January 3, 1947, p. 4
  256. Washington News Letter
    Byrnes Resists Pressure To Revise Argentine Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, January 10, 1947, p. 4
  257. Washington News Letter
    Way Open for Integration of Military and Foreign Policies
    Foreign Policy Report, January 17, 1947, p. 4
  258. Washington News Letter
    How Would Armed Forces Merger Affect Foreign Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, January 24, 1947, p. 4
  259. Washington News Letter
    Will G.O.P. Continue Bipartisan Approach To Foreign Policy?
    Foreign Policy Report, January 31, 1947, p. 4
  260. Washington News Letter
    U.S. Weighs Military Needs in Shaping Oil Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, July 11, 1947, p. 4
  261. Washington News Letter
    Role of New Defense Agency in Foreign Policy Not Clear
    Foreign Policy Report, July 18, 1947, p. 4
  262. Washington News Letter
    Washington Seeks Hemisphere Military Alliance
    Foreign Policy Report, June 13, 1947, p. 4
  263. Washington News Letter
    Will U.S. Accept Marshall's Proposals for Aid to Europe?
    Foreign Policy Report, June 20, 1947, p. 4
  264. Washington News Letter
    U.S.S.R. Approval of U.S. Trusteeship Viewed With Mixed Feelings
    Foreign Policy Report, March 7, 1947, p. 4
  265. Washington News Letter
    Congress Weighs Pros and Cons of Truman Doctrine
    Foreign Policy Report, March 28, 1947, p. 4
  266. Washington News Letter
    How Can U.S. Help To Relieve World Food Shortage?
    Foreign Policy Report, May 23, 1947, p. 4
  267. Washington News Letter
    State Department Studies Problems Raised By Loyalty Tests
    Foreign Policy Report, November 7, 1947, p. 4
  268. Washington News Letter
    Inadequate Information Program Hampers U.S. In World Affairs
    Foreign Policy Report, November 21, 1947, p. 4
  269. Washington News Letter
    Will London Conference Achieve Unification of Germany?
    Foreign Policy Report, November 28, 1947, p. 4
  270. Washington News Letter
    Congressmen's Study In Europe May Aid In Shaping U.S. Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, October 3, 1947, p. 4
  271. Washington News Letter
    Austrian Treaty May Be Key Issue At London Council Meeting
    Foreign Policy Report, October 24, 1947, p. 4
  272. Washington News Letter
    U.S. Caution Troubles Paris Parley on Marshall Plan
    Foreign Policy Report, September 5, 1947, p. 4
  273. Washington News Letter
    Official Comments on Rio Treaty Reflect U.S. Views on Veto
    Foreign Policy Report, September 12, 1947, p. 4
  274. Washington News Letter
    Truman Wrestles With Question of Calling Special Session
    Foreign Policy Report, September 26, 1947, p. 4
  275. Washington News Letter
    Will U.S. Revise Palestine Policy?
    Foreign Policy Report, February 20, 1948, p. 4
  276. Washington News Letter
    U.S. Emphasizes Military Side of Greek Aid Program
    Foreign Policy Report, January 9, 1948, p. 4
  277. Washington News Letter
    Influence of Military Plays Growing Role in U.S. Policy Abroad
    Foreign Policy Report, January 23, 1948, p. 4
  278. Washington News Letters
    U.S Still Hopes To Avert Communist-Kuomintang Break-Up
    Foreign Policy Report, June 28, 1946, p. 4
  279. Washington Still Undecided on China Policy
    Foreign Policy Report, December 2, 1949, p. 1
  280. Washington Tense But Hopeful
    Foreign Policy Report, March 19, 1948, p. 3
  281. Washington Weighs Cost Of Western Defense
    Foreign Policy Report, December 3, 1948, p. 2
  282. Washington, Capital of Confusion
    The American Mercury, August 1941, pp. 150-160
  283. Washington---Diplomats' Headache
    The North American Review, Summer 1939, pp. 318-328
  284. West Tackles Economic Problems
    Foreign Policy Report, October 1, 1952, p. 3
  285. What Eden Is After
    The Nation, March 27, 1943, pp. 442-443
  286. What's Wrong with the Military?
    Foreign Policy Report, November 1, 1952, p. 3
  287. Articles
    Why Stalin Didn't Come
    The Nation, August 28, 1943, pp. 231-232
  288. Will Atlantic Pact Assure Western Security?
    Foreign Policy Report, March 25, 1949, p. 1
  289. Will Congress Curtail U.S. Military Commitments
    Foreign Policy Report, January 19, 1951, p. 1
  290. Will Congress Economize on Foreign Policy?
    Foreign Policy Report, October 21, 1949, p. 2
  291. Will ECA Seek To Check Nationalization In Europe?
    Foreign Policy Report, May 21, 1948, p. 3
  292. Will Jessup-Malik Talks Lead to Accord on Germany?
    Foreign Policy Report, May 6, 1949, p. 1
  293. Will Protectionism Succeed?
    Foreign Policy Report, May 1, 1953, p. 3
  294. Will U.S. Back 'Trade, Not Aid'?
    Foreign Policy Report, April 1, 1953, p. 3
  295. Will U.S. Back Western Union?
    Foreign Policy Report, March 5, 1948, p. 3
  296. Will U.S. Implement New Stand On Palestine?
    Foreign Policy Report, May 28, 1948, p. 1
  297. Will U.S. Trade Ban Move Czechs?
    Foreign Policy Report, October 15, 1951, p. 3
  298. Will UN Members Follow U.S. on China Policy?
    Foreign Policy Report, January 26, 1951, p. 2
  299. Would Revision of U.N. Serve U.S. Interests?
    Foreign Policy Report, May 14, 1948, p. 3
  300. No Items Found