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  1. American Policy Toward Communist Eastern Europe (1965)
    The Choices Ahead
    3 Reviews, 1 Readable
  2. The Arab-Israeli Conflict
    An American Policy
    Foreign Affairs, October 1970, pp. 51-69
  3. [+]
    Book in the News (Review)
    Perfidy, by Ben Hecht
    1. Perfidy by Ben Hecht
    The Saturday Review, January 13, 1962, p. 53
  4. Communist Strategies in the Mediterranean
    Problems of Communism, May 1979, pp. 1-17
  5. [+]
    Comparative Government and Politics (Review)
    The French Budgetary Process, by Guy Lord
    1. The French Budgetary Process by Guy Lord
    American Political Science Review, September 1975, p. 1080
  6. [+]
    Comparative Government and Politics (Review)
    Yugoslav Communism and the Macedonian Question, by Stephen E. Palmer, Jr. and Robert R....
    1. Yugoslav Communism and the Macedonian Question by Stephen E. Palmer, Jr. and Robert R. King
    American Political Science Review, December 1976, p. 1358
  7. [+]
    Comparative Government and Politics (Review)
    Crime and Compromise, by William Shawcross
    1. Crime and Compromise by William Shawcross
    American Political Science Review, March 1976, p. 263
  8. [+]
    Comparative Politics (Review)
    Asia's New Giant, by Hugh Patrick and Henry Rosovsky
    1. Asia's New Giant by Hugh Patrick and Henry Rosovsky
    American Political Science Review, September 1978, p. 1121
  9. [+]
    Comparative Politics (Review)
    Suburban Tokyo, by Gary D. Allinson
    1. Suburban Tokyo by Gary D. Allinson
    American Political Science Review, September 1980, p. 835
  10. [+]
    Comparative Politics (Review)
    Japan's Financial Markets, by James Horne
    1. Japan's Financial Markets by James Horne
    American Political Science Review, December 1986, p. 1373
  11. Contemporary Japanese Budget Politics (1977)
    1 Review
  12. [+]
    Decision at Sinai (2 Reviews)
    Crisis: The Inside Story of the Suez Conspiracy, by Terence Robertson
    1. Crisis: The Inside Story of the Suez Conspiracy by Terence Robertson
    2. Suez: The Seven Day War by A.J. Barker
    The Saturday Review, April 17, 1965, p. 55
  13. Defense of the Middle East (1958)
    Problems of American Policy
    5 Reviews, 2 Readable
  14. Diplomacy on the Danube
    Foreign Affairs, January 1949, pp. 315-327
  15. Eastern Europe
    Social Change, Intellectual Restlessness, Political Uncertainty
    Modern Age, Summer 1965, pp. 248-261
  16. The European Territorial Settlement
    Foreign Affairs, October 1947, pp. 196-218
  17. [+]
    Fellows' Choice (Review)
    Long Engagements, by David W. Plath
    1. Long Engagements by David W. Plath
    The Wilson Quarterly, Autumn 1981, p. 152
  18. From "Doctrine" to Policy in the Middle East
    Foreign Affairs, April 1957, pp. 441-453
  19. How Policies Change (1992)
    The Japanese Government and the Aging Society
    1 Review
  20. [+]
    In Surcease of Crisis (Review)
    Challenge in the Middle East, by Harry B. Ellis
    1. Challenge in the Middle East by Harry B. Ellis
    The Saturday Review, December 31, 1960, p. 19
  21. Insecurity and Coooperation
    Yugoslavia and the Balkans
    Foreign Affairs, July 1973, pp. 778-793
  22. Jugoslavia: Crisis and Choice
    Foreign Affairs, January 1963, pp. 384-397
  23. The Mediterranean Crisis
    Foreign Affairs, July 1975, pp. 605-624
  24. The Middle East
    The Burdens of Empire
    Foreign Affairs, Year 1978, pp. 613-632
  25. The Middle East
    A House of Containment Built on Shifting Sands
    Foreign Affairs, Year 1981, pp. 593-628
  26. Modern Europe
    The American Historical Review, June 1971, p. 800
  27. [+]
    Modern Europe (Review)
    Revolution in Central Europe, 1918-1919, by F.L. Carsten
    1. Revolution in Central Europe, 1918-1919 by F.L. Carsten
    The American Historical Review, October 1974, p. 1212
  28. Modern Europe
    The American Historical Review, February 1976, p. 181
  29. [+]
    Modern Europe (3 Reviews)
    The Chetniks, by Jozo Tomasevich
    1. The Chetniks by Jozo Tomasevich
    2. The Chetnik Movement and the Yugoslav Resistance by Matteo J. Milazzo
    3. The Embattled Mountain by F.W. Deakin
    The American Historical Review, October 1976, pp. 897-898
  30. [+]
    Modern Europe (Review)
    Nemesis at Potsdam, by Alfred M. de Zayas
    1. Nemesis at Potsdam by Alfred M. de Zayas
    The American Historical Review, February 1978, p. 155
  31. [+]
    Modern Europe (Review)
    Clash Over Romania, by Paul D. Quinlan
    1. Clash Over Romania by Paul D. Quinlan
    The American Historical Review, October 1978, p. 1059
  32. [+]
    Modern Europe (Review)
    Jugoslavia, 1939-1941, by Alfredo Breccia
    1. Jugoslavia, 1939-1941 by Alfredo Breccia
    The American Historical Review, December 1979, p. 1426
  33. [+]
    Modern Europe (Review)
    The Emergence of the Romanian Nation State, by Gerald J. Bobango
    1. The Emergence of the Romanian Nation State by Gerald J. Bobango
    The American Historical Review, October 1980, p. 936
  34. [+]
    Modern Europe (Review)
    Tito's Yugoslavia, by Duncan Wilson
    1. Tito's Yugoslavia by Duncan Wilson
    The American Historical Review, February 1981, p. 172
  35. Modern Europe
    The American Historical Review, April 1982, p. 494
  36. [+]
    Modern Europe (Review)
    At the Brink of War and Peace, by Wayne S. Vucinich
    1. At the Brink of War and Peace by Wayne S. Vucinich
    The American Historical Review, April 1984, p. 481
  37. [+]
    Modern Europe (Review)
    Russia and the Formation of the Romanian National State, 1821-1878, by Barbara Jelavich
    1. Russia and the Formation of the Romanian National State, 1821-1878 by Barbara Jelavich
    The American Historical Review, April 1985, p. 461
  38. [+]
    Modern Europe (Review)
    The Kremlin and the Prague Spring, by Karen Dawisha
    1. The Kremlin and the Prague Spring by Karen Dawisha
    The American Historical Review, February 1986, p. 159
  39. [+]
    Modern Europe (Review)
    Jugoslawien in Strategie Und Politik Der Alliierten, 1940-1943, by Hans Knoll
    1. Jugoslawien in Strategie Und Politik Der Alliierten, 1940-1943 by Hans Knoll
    The American Historical Review, October 1988, p. 1086
  40. [+]
    Modern Europe (Review)
    Grossbritannien und Seine Osteuropaischen Alliierten 1939-1943, by Detlef Brandes
    1. Grossbritannien und Seine Osteuropaischen Alliierten 1939-1943 by Detlef Brandes
    The American Historical Review, December 1990, p. 1529
  41. [+]
    Modern Europe (Review)
    Nationalism and Federalism in Yugoslavia, 1962-1991, by Sabrina P. Ramet
    1. Nationalism and Federalism in Yugoslavia, 1962-1991 by Sabrina P. Ramet
    The American Historical Review, June 1993, p. 907
  42. [+]
    Modern Europe (Review)
    Yugoslavia's Bloody Collapse, by Christopher Bennett
    1. Yugoslavia's Bloody Collapse by Christopher Bennett
    The American Historical Review, December 1996, p. 1580
  43. The Communist Powers and the Middle East
    Moscow's Purposes
    Problems of Communism, September 1972, pp. 40-53
  44. Nationalism and Regionalism in South America
    Foreign Affairs, October 1942, pp. 132-148
  45. [+]
    Near East (Review)
    Turkey's Foreign Policy in Transition, 1950-1974, by Kemal H. Karpat
    1. Turkey's Foreign Policy in Transition, 1950-1974 by Kemal H. Karpat
    The American Historical Review, February 1977, p. 154
  46. Negotiation with the Soviets
    Some Lessons of the War Period
    Foreign Affairs, January 1956, pp. 305-319
  47. On Power
    Oil Power in the Middle East
    Foreign Affairs, October 1977, pp. 89-110
  48. [+]
    Political Economy (Review)
    The Business of the Japanese State, by Richard J. Samuels
    1. The Business of the Japanese State by Richard J. Samuels
    American Political Science Review, September 1988, pp. 1060-1120
  49. Political Extremes in South America
    Foreign Affairs, April 1942, pp. 517-534
  50. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (7 Reviews)
    The Middle East
    1. Education and the Quest for Modernity in Turkey by Andreas M. Kazamias
    2. Education and Science in the Arab World by Fahim I. Qubain
    3. Financing Economic Development in Iraq by Abbas Alnasrawi
    4. Ben-Gurion: A Biography by Michael Bar-Zohar
    5. The Economics of Israel by David Horowitz
    6. Israel: Miracle in the Desert by Terence Prittie
    7. History of the Cooperative Movement in Israel by Harry Viteles
    Foreign Affairs, July 1967, p. 738
  51. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (10 Reviews)
    The Middle East
    1. Suez by Hugh Thomas
    2. The Shaping of the Arabs by Joel Carmichael
    3. Egypt by Gordon Waterfield
    4. Political Parties in Lebanon by Michael W. Suleiman
    5. The End of the Jewish People? by Georges Friedmann
    6. The Israel-Syrian Armistice by N. Bar-Yaacov
    7. Modern Yemen: 1918-1966 by Manfred W. Wenner
    8. Oman Since 1856 by Robert Geran Landen
    9. Afghanistan: Key to a Continent by John C. Griffiths
    10. Afghanistan by William K. Fraser
    Foreign Affairs, October 1967, pp. 217-218
  52. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    Middle East
    1. No End of a Lesson by Anthony Nutting
    2. Suez: Ten Years After by Peter Calvocoressi
    3. Peace in the Middle East by Mohammad T. Mehdi
    4. The Evolution of Oil Concessions in the Middle East and North Africa by Henry Cattan
    5. Modern Egypt by Tom Little
    6. The Six Day War by Randolph S. Churchill and Winston S. Churchill, Jr., ...
    7. The Aryanization of the Jewish State by Michael Selzer
    8. Planning and Development in Iran by George B. Baldwin
    Foreign Affairs, January 1968, p. 411
  53. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (7 Reviews)
    The Middle East
    1. Bitter Harvest by Sami Hadawi
    2. Israel: Politics and People by Leonard J. Fein
    3. The Case for Israel by Frank Gervasi
    4. Israel and the Developing Countries by Leopold Y. Laufer
    5. Politics and the Military in Jordan by P.J. Vatikiotis
    6. Yemen and the Western World: Since 1571 by Eric Macro
    7. The Origins of Communism in Turkey by George S. Harris
    Foreign Affairs, July 1968, p. 794
  54. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    The Middle East
    1. Middle East Politics: The Military Dimension by J.C. Hurewitz
    2. The Big Powers and the Present Crisis in the Middle East by Samuel Merlin
    3. Rebels in the Rif by David S. Woolman
    4. Egypt Since the Revolution by P.J. Vatikiotis
    5. Lawyers, the Rule of Law and Liberalism in Modern Egypt by Farhat J. Ziadeh
    6. De Gaulle, Israel and the Jews by Raymond Aron
    7. Light On Israel by Maurice Samuel
    8. The Letters and Papers of Chaim Weizmann by Leonard Stein, Gedalia Yogev, and Chaim Weizmann, ...
    9. History of the Cooperative Movement in Israel by Harry Viteles
    10. Economic Development and Regional Cooperation by Ragaei El Mallakh
    11. Persian Kingship in Transition by E.A. Bayne
    Foreign Affairs, April 1969, p. 587
  55. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    The Middle East
    1. The Arab-Israeli Dilemma by Fred J. Khouri
    2. Israel Without Zionists by Uri Avnery
    3. The Economic Development of Israel by Nadav Halevi and Ruth Klinov-Malul
    4. Agricultural Development: Planning and Implementation by Raanan Weitz and Avshalom Rokach
    5. Egypt: Military Society by Anouar Abdel-Malek
    6. OPEC Oil by Ashraf Lutfi
    7. Cyprus: Constitutionalism and Crisis Government by Stanley Kyriakides
    8. Turkey: The Challenge of Growth by Zvi Y. Hershlag
    9. Yemen: The Unknown War by Dana Adams Schmidt
    Foreign Affairs, January 1969, p. 400
  56. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    The Middle East
    1. From War to War: The Arab-Israeli Confrontation, 1948-1967 by Nadav Safran
    2. The Arab-Israeli Impasse by Majdia D. Khadduri
    3. The Search for Peace in the Middle East by Samuel Merlin
    4. The Middle East Crisis by John W. Halderman
    5. Crosscurrents in the Middle East by James P. Warburg
    6. The Israel-Arab Reader by Walter Laqueur
    7. The Lightning War by W. Byford-Jones
    8. The Modern History of Egypt by Panayiotis J. Vatikiotis
    9. Nation-Building and Community in Israel by Dorothy Willner
    10. Oil and Arab Regional Development by Kamal S. Sayegh
    11. Oman by Wendell Phillips
    Foreign Affairs, July 1969, pp. 777-778
  57. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    The Middle East
    1. United Nations Peacekeeping, 1946-1967, Vol. I by Rosalyn Higgins
    2. Soviet-American Rivalry in the Middle East by J.C. Hurewitz
    3. The United States and the Arab World by William R. Polk
    4. The Arabs in Israel by Jacob M. Landau
    5. The Evasive Peace by John H. Davis
    6. Countdown in the Holy Land by Lester Velie
    7. Iraq Under Qassem by Uriel Dann
    8. The Shah of Iran by Ramesh Sanghvi
    Foreign Affairs, October 1969, p. 193
  58. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (5 Reviews)
    The Middle East
    1. The Struggle for the Middle East by Walter Laqueur
    2. Suez: The Twice-Fought War by Kennett Love
    3. Palestine Is My Country by Geoffrey Warren Furlonge
    4. An Arabian Diary by Gilbert Falkingham Clayton and Robert O. Collins, ...
    5. Republican Iraq by Majid Khadduri
    Foreign Affairs, April 1970, p. 588
  59. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    The Middle East
    1. The Emergence of the Middle East: 1914-1924 by Howard M. Sachar
    2. Encounter with the Middle East by Winston Burdett
    3. Science and Technology in Developing Countries by Clare Nader and A.B. Zahlan
    4. My War With Israel by Hussein of Jordan, Vick Vance, and Pierre Lauer
    5. The Birth of Israel by Herbert Feis
    6. Military and Politics in Israel by Amos Perlmutter
    7. The Arabs and Israel by Charles Douglas-Home
    8. Palestine and Israel by Hisham Sharabi
    9. Politics and Government in Turkey by C.H. Dodd
    10. An Arab Common Market by Alfred G. Musrey
    11. The Legal Status of the Arabian Gulf States by Husain M. Albaharna
    Foreign Affairs, January 1970, p. 386
  60. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (4 Reviews)
    The Middle East
    1. Egypt, the Crucible by Harry Hopkins
    2. The Suez Expedition: 1956 by Andre Beaufre
    3. Memories: The Autobiography of Nahum Goldmann by Nahum Goldmann
    4. A Modern History of Syria by Abdul L. Tibawi
    Foreign Affairs, July 1970, p. 795
  61. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (7 Reviews)
    The Middle East and North Africa
    1. Soviet Russia and the Middle East by Aaron S. Klieman
    2. Western Window in the Arab World by Leon Borden Blair
    3. Britain, France and the Arab Middle East, 1914-1920 by Jukka Nevakivi
    4. Foundations of British Policy in the Arab World by Aaron S. Klieman
    5. The Middle East in Revolution by Humphrey Trevelyan
    6. The Making of Israel's Army by Yigal Allon
    7. Turkish Economic, Social, and Political Change by Edwin J. Cohn
    Foreign Affairs, April 1971, p. 570
  62. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    The Middle East
    1. Political Trends in the Arab World by Majid Khadduri
    2. Communism in the Arab East by Mohammed S. Agwani
    3. Middle East Oil by George W. Stocking
    4. The Society of the Muslim Brothers by Richard P. Mitchell
    5. The Game of Nations by Miles Copeland III
    6. Genesis 1948 by Dan Kurzman
    7. Jerusalem, Key to Peace by Evan M. Wilson
    8. Bonn and Jerusalem: The Strange Coalition by Inge Deutschkron
    Foreign Affairs, January 1971, p. 369
  63. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    The Middle East and North Africa
    1. The Maghreb in the Modern World by Samir Amin
    2. The United States and Morocco, 1776-1956 by Luella J. Hall
    3. Wolves in the City by Paul Henissart
    4. The U.A.R. in Africa by Tareq Y. Ismael
    5. Nasser: A Biography by Jean Lacouture
    6. The Economic Impact of the Six-Day War by Eliyahu Kanovsky
    7. Structural Change and Economic Policy in Israel by Howard Pack
    8. Bridge Across the Bosphorus by Ferenc A. Vali
    Foreign Affairs, July 1971, p. 764
  64. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (7 Reviews)
    The Middle East and North Africa
    1. Britain, India, and the Arabs, 1914-1921 by Briton Cooper Busch
    2. Planning for Development in Libya by Rawle Farley
    3. David's Sling by Shimon Peres
    4. Embassies in Crisis by Michael Bar-Zohar
    5. The Israelis: Founders and Sons by Amos Elon
    6. The War in the Yemen by Edgar O'Ballance
    7. The United States Response to Turkish Nationalism and Reform, 1914-1939 by Roger R. Trask
    Foreign Affairs, October 1971, p. 188
  65. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (7 Reviews)
    The Middle East and North Africa
    1. Israel: A Personal History by David Ben-Gurion
    2. Letters to Paula by David Ben-Gurion
    3. The UN and the Palestinian Refugees by Edward H. Buehrig
    4. A History of OPEC by Fuad Rouhani
    5. The Making of an Arab Nationalist by William L. Cleveland
    6. Die Baath-Partei by Horst Mahr
    7. The Republic of Armenia by Richard G. Hovannisian
    Foreign Affairs, April 1972, p. 589
  66. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    The Middle East and North Africa
    1. Middle Eastern Oil and the Western World by Sam H. Schurr and Paul T. Homan
    2. The Agricultural Potential of the Middle East by Marion Clawson
    3. The Arab Cold War by Malcolm H. Kerr
    4. Protestant Diplomacy and the Near East by Joseph L. Grabill
    5. Zionism, Israel and Asian Nationalism by G.H. Jansen
    6. The Middle East Supply Centre by Martin W. Wilmington and Laurence Evans
    7. Egypt Under Nasir by R. Hrair Dekmejian
    8. Rural Politics in Nasser's Egypt by James B. Mayfield
    9. Israel and the Palestinians by Shlomo Avineri
    10. The Jerusalem Question, 1917-1968 by H. Eugene Bovis
    11. The Shattered Silence by Zwy Aldouby and Jerrold Ballinger
    12. The Political Elite of Iran by Marvin Zonis
    13. The Emergence of Modern Afghanistan by Vartan Gregorian
    Foreign Affairs, January 1972, p. 385
  67. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    The Middle East and North Africa
    1. The British in Egypt by Peter Mansfield
    2. Israel and the Arab World by Aharon Cohen
    3. Arab Attitudes to Israel by Yehoshafat Harkabi
    4. The Foreign Policy System of Israel by Michael Brecher
    5. West German Reparations to Israel by Nicholas Balabkins
    6. Economic Development and Population Growth in the Middle East by Charles A. Cooper and Sidney S. Alexander
    7. The Cyprus Question by Leontios Ierodiakonou
    8. AKEL: The Communist Party of Cyprus by T.W. Adams
    9. Economic Development in Iran, 1900-1970 by Julian Bharier
    Foreign Affairs, July 1972, p. 778
  68. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    The Middle East and North Africa
    1. Political Dynamics in the Middle East by Paul Y. Hammond and Sidney S. Alexander
    2. Soviet Advances in the Middle East by George Lenczowski
    3. Mapai in Israel by Peter Y. Medding
    4. Nasser by Anthony Nutting
    5. The Cairo Documents by Mohammad H. Heikal
    6. The Trucial States by Donald Hawley
    7. Troubled Alliance by George S. Harris
    8. The Politics of Afghanistan by Richard S. Newell
    Foreign Affairs, October 1972, p. 242
  69. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (6 Reviews)
    The Middle East and North Africa
    1. Moshe Dayan by Shabtai Teveth
    2. Jordan: A Study in Political Development, 1921-1965 by N.H. Aruri
    3. United Nations Peacemaking by David P. Forsythe
    4. The Third Arab-Israeli War by Edgar O'Ballance
    5. Syria by Tabitha Petran
    6. The Cairo Documents by Mohammad H. Heikal
    Foreign Affairs, April 1973, p. 641
  70. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. The Semblance of Peace by John Wheeler-Bennett and Anthony James Nicholls, ...
    2. Fifty Years of Foreign Affairs by Hamilton Fish Armstrong, James Chace, and Carol Kahn, ...
    3. Ashes of Victory by Quincy Howe
    4. Study of International Relations by Roger Morgan
    5. Principles of World Politics by George Modelski
    6. Theories of Nationalism by Anthony D. Smith
    7. The Vietnam War and International Law by Richard A. Falk
    8. Law and the Indo-China War by John Norton Moore
    Foreign Affairs, January 1973, p. 422
  71. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. Lenin and the Comintern, Volume I by Branko Lazitch and Milorad Drachkovitch
    2. The Strange Neutrality by George Alexander Lensen
    3. Russia: The Post-War Years by Alexander Werth
    4. Commissar: The Life and Death of Lavrenty Pavlovich Beria by Tadeusz Wittlin
    5. The Voices of the Silent by Cornelia Gerstenmaier
    6. Conservation in the Soviet Union by Philip R. Pryde
    7. The Participation of the Soviet Union in Universal International Organizations by Christopher Osakwe
    8. Soviet Political Indoctrination by Gayle Durham Hollander
    9. Sino-Soviet Dialogue on the Problem of War by John Yin
    10. Soviet Policy Toward Black Africa by Helen Desfosses Cohn
    11. Comecon and the Politics of Integration by Henry W. Schaefer
    12. Poland's Industrialization Policy by George R. Feiwel
    13. Modernization and Political Tension Management by Dennis Clark Pirages
    14. Nachbarn im Osten by Hansjakob Stehle
    Foreign Affairs, January 1973, pp. 432-433
  72. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    Middle East and North Africa
    1. Dear Israelis, Dear Arabs by Roger Fisher
    2. Europe Leaves the Middle East, 1936-1954 by Howard M. Sachar
    3. The Persian Gulf: Iran's Role by Rouhollah K. Ramazani
    4. A History of Zionism by Walter Laqueur
    5. Marxism and the Muslim World by Maxime Rodinson
    6. Eban by Robert St. John
    7. The Enigma of Economic Growth by David Horowitz
    8. The Fall of Jerusalem by Abdullah Schleifer
    Foreign Affairs, January 1973, p. 434
  73. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
    1. The Soviet Union in World Affairs by W.W. Kulski
    2. Soviet Strategy, Soviet Foreign Policy by C.G. Jacobsen
    3. Religion and Soviet Foreign Policy, 1945-1970 by William C. Fletcher
    4. Science and Technology as an Instrument of Soviet Policy by Mose L. Harvey, Leon Goure, and Vladimir Prokofieff, ...
    5. The Anglo-Soviet Accord by Richard H. Ullman
    6. The Berlin Crisis of 1961 by Robert M. Slusser
    7. The Soviet Union in Asia by Geoffrey Jukes
    8. Judenrat by Isaiah Trunk
    9. Reform Rule in Czchoslovakia by Galia Golan
    10. Memoir of a Revolutionary by Milovan Djilas
    11. Tito, Mihailovic and the Allies, 1941-1945 by Walter R. Roberts
    12. The Transformation of Communist Ideology by A. Ross Johnson
    13. Revolution Administered by Nissan Oren
    Foreign Affairs, July 1973, pp. 840-841
  74. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (8 Reviews)
    The Middle East and North Africa
    1. Revolution in the Middle East, and Other Case Studies by P.J. Vatikiotis
    2. Arab Politics in the Soviet Mirror by Aryeh Yodfat
    3. Palestine Papers, 1917-1922 by Doreen Ingrams
    4. The Politics of Palestinian Nationalism by William B. Quandt, Fuad Jabber, and Ann Mosely Lesch, ...
    5. The Face of Defeat by David Pryce-Jones
    6. Syria Under the Ba'th, 1963-66 by Itamar Rabinovich
    7. The Arabian Peninsula by Derek Hopwood
    8. Arabs and Berbers by Ernest Gellner and Charles Micaud
    Foreign Affairs, July 1973, p. 842
  75. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (16 Reviews)
    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
    1. The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956 by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn
    2. Khrushchev Remembers: The Last Testament by Nikita S. Khrushchev, Edward Crankshaw, and Strobe Talbott, ...
    3. Joseph Stalin: Man and Legend by Ronald Hingley
    4. Brezhnev: The Masks of Power by John Dornberg
    5. Sakharov Speaks by Andrei D. Sakharov
    6. Soviet Politics and Society in the 1970's by Henry W. Morton and Rudolf L. Tokes
    7. The Russian Dilemma by Robert G. Wesson
    8. The Damned Inheritance by George Alexander Lensen
    9. The Soviet Union and the Middle East by Ivo J. Lederer and Wayne S. Vucinich
    10. The Soviet Union and the October 1973 Middle East War by Foy D. Kohler, Leon Goure, and Mose L. Harvey
    11. The Soviet Union and European Security by Y. Nalin and A. Nikolayev
    12. The Role of Nuclear Forces in Current Soviet Strategy by Leon Goure, Foy D. Kohler, and Mose L. Harvey
    13. The Soviet Foreign Trade Monopoly by John Quigley
    14. Crisis in Socialist Planning by Jan Marczewski
    15. Essays on Planning, Trade and Integration in Eastern Europe by Jozef M. van Brabant
    16. Serbia, Nikola Pasic, and Yugoslavia by Alex N. Dragnich
    Foreign Affairs, October 1974, pp. 186-187
  76. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    The Middle East and North Africa
    1. Cyprus: Reluctant Republic by Stephen G. Xydis
    2. Le Conflit de Chypre: 1946-1959 by Francois Crouzet
    3. Orient-Arabe et Non-Engagement by Marcel Colombre
    4. Politique Arabe de la France by Paul Balta and Claudine Rulleau
    5. The Middle East in World Politics by Tareq Y. Ismael
    6. Oil, Power and Politics by Mordechai Abir
    7. Revolutionary Warfare in the Middle East by Bard E. O'Neill
    8. Fedayin, Guerilla Ohne Grenzen by Rolf Tophoven
    9. Whose Jerusalem? by Ronald Segal
    10. Ben Gurion, State-Builder by Avraham Avi-Hai
    11. Between Israel and Death by Edward Bernard Glick
    12. Afghanistan's Foreign Affairs to the Mid-Twentieth Century by Ludwig W. Adamec
    Foreign Affairs, October 1974, pp. 188-189
  77. [+]
    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
    1. The Sealed Train by Michael Pearson
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    3. Stalin und Hitler by Sven Allard
    4. The Last Secret by Nicholas Bethell
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    9. How Communist States Change Their Rulers by Myron Rush
    10. Memoirs by Jozsef Cardinal Mindszenty
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    5. Khrushchev: The Years in Power by Roy A. Medvedev and Zhores A. Medvedev
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    6. The Economic War Against the Jews by Walter Henry Nelson and Terence Prittie
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    15. A Short History of the Hungarian Communist Party by Miklos Molnar
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    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1978, pp. 226-227
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    5. From June to October by Itamar Rabinovich and Haim Shaked
    6. The Ramadan War, 1973 by Hassan El Badri, T. Magdoub, and M.D. Zohdy
    7. The Middle East in the Coming Decade by John Waterbury and Ragaei El Mallakh
    8. Saudi Arabia 2000 by Jean Paul Cleron
    9. Socialist Iraq by Majid Khadduri
    10. Communism and Agrarian Reform in Iraq by Rony Gabbay
    11. Iran Under the Pahlavis by George Lenczowski
    12. Iran in the 1980s by Abbas Amirie and Hamilton A. Twitchell
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    4. Decolonization by Henri Grimal
    5. Power Politics by Martin Wight, Hedley Bull, and Carsten Holbraad
    6. Legal Aspects of International Terrorism by Alona E. Evans and John F. Murphy
    7. International Terrorism in the Contemporary World by Marius H. Livingston, Lee Bruce Kress, and Marie G. Wanek, ...
    8. Ideology and Foreign Policy by George Schwab
    9. Freedom in the World by Raymond D. Gastil
    10. The Spirit of Liberalism by Harvey C. Mansfield, Jr.
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1978, p. 412
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    4. The Secret Betrayal, 1944-47 by Nikolai Tolstoy
    5. Soviet Foreign Policy by Egbert Jahn
    6. The Future of the Soviet Economy, 1978-1985 by Holland Hunter
    7. The American Non-Policy Towards Eastern Europe, 1943-1947 by Geir Lundestad
    8. From Stalinism to Eurocommunism by Ernest Mandel
    9. Towards an East European Marxism by Marc Rakovski
    10. Marxist Humanism and Praxis by Gerson S. Sher
    11. Political Opposition in Poland, 1954-1977 by Peter K. Raina
    12. The United States in Prague, 1945-1948 by Walter Ullmann
    13. From Dubcek to Charter 77 by Vladimir V. Kusin
    14. Socialist Albania Since 1944 by Peter R. Prifti
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1978, pp. 423-424
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    4. Peace in the Middle East by David Astor and Valerie Yorke
    5. Israel, the West Bank and International Law by Allan Gerson
    6. Egypt by John Waterbury
    7. Iraq: International Relations and National Development by Edith Penrose and E.F. Penrose
    8. The United Arab Emirates: A Modern History by Muhammad Morsy Abdullah
    9. The French Stake in Algeria, 1945-1962 by Tony Smith
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1978, p. 425
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    4. A New Stage in International Relations by N.I. Lebedev
    5. Victims of Politics by Kurt Glaser and Stefan T. Possony
    6. The New Politics of Human Rights by James Avery Joyce
    7. The Rights of Man Today by Louis Henkin
    8. Human Rights and World Order by Abdul A. Said
    9. Human Rights by David Owen
    10. Enhancing Global Human Rights by Jorge I. Dominguez, Nigel S. Rodley, and Bryce Wood, ...
    11. The State, Law, and Development by Robert B. Seidman
    12. International Law Perspectives of the Developing Countries by Charles Chukwuma Okolie
    13. Quaker Experiences in International Conciliation by C.H. Mike Yarrow
    14. Kidnap and Ransom by Richard L. Clutterbuck
    15. Whose News? by Rosemary Righter
    16. The Third World and Press Freedom by Philip C. Horton
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1979, pp. 944-945
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    4. Soviet Foreign Policy Toward Western Europe by George Ginsburgs and Alvin Z. Rubinstein
    5. Soviet Nationality Policies and Practices by Jeremy R. Azrael
    6. Soviet Society and the Communist Party by Karl W. Ryavec
    7. Innovation in Communist Systems by Andrew Gyorgy and James A. Kuhlman
    8. Civil-Military Relations in Communist Systems by Dale R. Herspring and Ivan Volgyes
    9. Romanian Foreign Policy Since 1965 by Aurel Braun
    10. Social Change in Romania, 1860-1940 by Kenneth Jowitt
    11. Patriot or Traitor by David Martin
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1979, pp. 957-958
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    4. Conflict and Bargaining in the Middle East by Shlomo Aronson
    5. Armed Struggle in Palestine by Bard E. O'Neill
    6. White Nights by Menachem Begin
    7. The Zionist Connection by Alfred M. Lilienthal
    8. Israel and the Territories by Mordechai Nisan
    9. Le Royaume d'Arabie Saoudite a L'Epreuve des Temps Modernes by G. Jean Louis Soulie and Lucien Champenois
    10. Iran: The Illusion of Power by Robert Graham
    11. Revolutionary Terrorism by Martha Crenshaw Hutchinson
    12. The Cyprus Revolt by Nancy Crawshaw
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1979, pp. 959-960
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    5. Encyclopedia of the Third World by George Thomas Kurian
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1979, p. 1170
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    3. Soviet Bargaining Behavior: The Nuclear Test Ban Case by Christer Jonsson
    4. European Security and Co-Operation by D.M. Proektor
    5. How the Soviet Union Is Governed by Jerry F. Hough and Merle Fainsod
    6. Commissars, Commanders, and Civilian Authority by Timothy J. Colton
    7. Muslim National Communism in the Soviet Union by Alexandre A. Bennigsen and S. Enders Wimbush
    8. Socialism, Politics and Equality by Walter D. Connor
    9. The Alternative in Eastern Europe by Rudolf Bahro
    10. Economic Reform in East German Industry by Gert Leptin and Manfred Melzer
    11. Since the Prague Spring by Hans-Peter Riese
    12. The Baltic States in Peace and War, 1917-1945 by V. Stanley Vardys and Romuald J. Misiunas
    13. United States Foreign Policy Toward Yugoslavia, 1943-1963 by David L. Larson
    14. Workers Self Management and Organizational Power in Yugoslavia by Joseph Obradovic and William N. Dunn
    15. Imperialism and the Revolution by Enver Hoxha
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    4. The Life and Times of Menahem Begin by Frank Gervasi
    5. Underground to Palestine by I.F. Stone
    6. Planning the Future of Saudi Arabia by Robert D. Crane
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    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1979, pp. 1184-1185
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    4. Terrorism: Theory and Practice by Yonah Alexander, David Carlton, and Paul Wilkinson, ...
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    6. International Economic Sanctions by Donald L. Losman
    7. Six Billion People by Georges P. Tapinos and Phyllis T. Piotrow
    8. The Politics of the Olympic Games by Richard Espy
    9. Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy by Peter G. Brown and Douglas Maclean
    10. Human Rights and American Foreign Policy by Donald P. Kommers and Gil Loescher
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    5. History's Carnival by Leonid Plyushch
    6. The Communist States in the Era of Detente, 1971-1977 by Adam Bromke and Derry Novak
    7. Perspectives for Change in Communist Societies by Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone
    8. Bear and Foxes by Ronald Haly Linden
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    11. Dans Les Archives du Comite Central by Karel Kaplan
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    4. The Clouded Lens by James H. Noyes
    5. Le Mouvement National Kurde by Chris Kutschera
    6. The Origins of the United Arab Emirates by Rosemarie Said Zahlan
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    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1979, p. 202
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    5. Access to Power by Joan M. Nelson
    6. Amsterdam to Nairobi by Ernest W. Lefever
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    8. Disaster Assistance by Lynn H. Stephens and Stephen J. Green
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1979, pp. 415-416
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    4. L'Union Sovietique et les Allemagnes by Renata Fritsch-Bournazel
    5. The October Revolution by Roy A. Medvedev
    6. Manipulated Science by Mark A. Popovsky
    7. Communism and Eastern Europe by Frantisek Silnitsky, Larisa Silnitsky, and Karl Reyman, ...
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    9. The Intellectuals on the Road to Class Power by George Konrad and Ivan Szelenyi
    10. The Kremlin's Dilemma by Tufton V.H. Beamish and Guy Hadley
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    13. Passive Revolution by Jon Bloomfield
    14. The Slovak Autonomy Movement, 1935-1939 by Dorothea H. El Mallakh
    15. Soviet Intervention in Czechoslovakia, 1968 by Jiri Valenta
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    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1979, pp. 427-430
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    5. Press, Politics, and Power by Munir Nasser
    6. World Politics and the Arab-Israeli Conflict by Robert O. Freedman
    7. Great Power Intervention in the Middle East by Milton Leitenberg and Gabriel Sheffer
    8. The Left Against Zion by Robert S. Wistrich
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    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1979, p. 431
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    6. National Sovereignty and International Communication by Kaarle Nordenstreng and Herbert I. Schiller
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    5. Communism in Hungary: From Kun to Kadar by Bennett Kovrig
    6. Bitter Glory by Richard M. Watt
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    5. My Home, My Prison by Raymonda Hawa Tawil
    6. Social and Foreign Affairs in Iraq by Saddam Hussein
    7. The United Arab Emirates by Ali Mohammed Khalifa
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    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1980, p. 1186
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    4. The Soviet Union: Looking to the 1980s by Robert Wesson
    5. Diplomacy and Ideology by Teddy J. Uldricks
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    7. Soviet Asian Ethnic Frontiers by William O. McCagg, Jr. and Brian D. Silver
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    10. Journey Into Terror by Gertrude Schneider
    11. Eastern Europe and the New International Economic Order by Ervin Laszlo and Joel Kurtzman
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    4. From These Men by Shimon Peres
    5. Egypt and the United States: The Formative Years by Gail E. Meyer
    6. Palestinian Society and Politics by Joel S. Migdal
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    8. Arab Response to the Multinationals by Riad A. Ajami
    9. The Rise and Fall of the Shah by Amin Saikal
    10. Faces in a Mirror by Princess Ashraf Pahlavi
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    12. Fall of the Peacock Throne by William H. Forbis
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    4. Report on a Negotiation by Luigi Vittorio Ferraris
    5. In Search of Peace by Waris Shere
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    4. Soviet Politics, Political Science, and Reform by Ronald J. Hill
    5. The Truth About Afghanistan Documents by Y. Volkov
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    4. Ibn Sa'ud, Roi Bedouin by Yves Besson
    5. Political Development and Social Change in Libya by Umar Ibrahim El Fathali and Monte Palmer
    6. Arabs in the Jewish State by Ian Lustick
    7. Decisions in Crisis: Israel, 1967 and 1973 by Michael Brecher and Benjamin Geist
    8. The Sinai Blunder by Indar Jit Rikhye
    9. Conflict and Violence in Lebanon by Walid Khalidi
    10. Europe and the Middle East by Albert Hourani
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    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1980, pp. 224-226
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    5. Uniting the Democracies by James R. Huntley
    6. Legal Aspects of the New International Economic Order by Kamal Hossain
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    5. On Soviet Dissent by Roy Medvedev and Piero Ostellino
    6. The Socialist Phenomenon by Igor Schafrevich
    7. The Aging of Communism by Robert G. Wesson
    8. The Industrialisation of Soviet Russia by R.W. Davies
    9. The United States and Russia by Nina N. Bashkina
    10. Socialist Economic Integration by Jozef M. van Brabant
    11. Eurocommunism Between East and West by Vernon V. Aspaturian, Jiri Valenta, and David P. Burke, ...
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    4. Social and Economic Development in the Arab Gulf by Tim Niblock
    5. The Middle East and the United States by Haim Shaked and Itamar Rabinovich
    6. Beyond Security by John Edwin Mroz
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    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1980, pp. 442-443
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    5. Authority, Power and Policy in the Ussr by T.H. Rigby, Archie Brown, and Peter Reddaway
    6. Brezhnev: Soviet Politician by Paul J. Murphy
    7. Background to Crisis by Maurice D. Simon and Roger E. Kanet
    8. Poland and the Ukraine: Past and Present by Peter J. Potichnyj
    9. The Logic of Normalization by Fred Eidlin
    10. A History of the Romanian Communist Party by Robert R. King
    11. Tito: The Story from Inside by Milovan Djilas
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    4. Islam and Development by John L. Esposito
    5. The Arab World by William R. Polk
    6. The Great Powers in the Middle East, 1941-1947 by Barry M. Rubin
    7. The Israel-Egyptian War of Attrition, 1969-1970 by Yaacov Bar-Siman-Tov
    8. The Crossing of the Suez by Saad El Shazly
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    5. The Inertia of Fear and the Scientific Worldview by Valentin F. Turchin
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    7. Revolution and Reality by Bertram D. Wolfe
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    5. The Cohesion of Saudi Arabia by Christine M. Helms
    6. The Political Economy of Modern Iran by Homa Katouzian
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    8. The Modernization of Turkey by Walter F. Weiker
    9. Bureaucracy and Cold War Diplomacy by David J. Alvarez
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    3. Understanding Conflict and War, Vol. V by R.J. Rummel
    4. Improving Compliance with International Law by Roger Fisher
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    7. The Bureaucracy of Truth by Paul Lendvai
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    6. The Arabs by Maxime Rodinson
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    6. Trade and Technology in Soviet-Western Relations by Philip Hanson
    7. Soviet Decision Making in Practice by Yaacov Ro'I
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    5. The United States and the Palestinians by Mohammed K. Shadid
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    6. The Practical Negotiator by I. William Zartman and Maureen R. Berman
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    11. Soviet Policy in the Arc of Crisis by Fred Halliday
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    9. The Baltic States by Romuald J. Misiunas and Rein Taagepera
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    5. The Pattern of Soviet Conduct in the Third World by Walter Laqueur
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    1. Soviet Jewry in the Decisive Decade, 1971-80 by Robert O. Freedman
    2. Dezinformatsia by Richard H. Shultz, Jr. and Roy S. Godson
    3. New Lies for Old by Anatoliy Golitsyn
    4. Terror and Communist Politics by Jonathan R. Adelman
    5. The Dilemma of Reform in the Soviet Union by Timothy J. Colton
    6. The Reality of Communism by Alexander Zinoviev
    7. Diary of the Twentieth Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union by Vittorio Vidali
    8. Memoirs by Raisa D. Orlova
    9. The State in Socialist Society by Neil Harding
    10. Where Nights Are Longest by Colin Thubron
    11. Poland's Self-Limiting Revolution by Jadwiga Staniszkis
    12. Antipolitics by George Konrad
    13. Policymaking in the German Democratic Republic by Klaus von Beyme and Hartmut Zimmermann
    14. The German Democratic Republic Since 1945 by Martin McCauley
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1984, pp. 200-202
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    4. From Time Immemorial by Joan Peters
    5. The Claim of Dispossession by Aryeh L. Avneri
    6. The Middle East Since Camp David by Robert O. Freedman
    7. The War for Lebanon, 1970-1985 by Itamar Rabinovich
    8. The Gulf and the Search for Strategic Stability by Anthony H. Cordesman
    9. Caught in the Middle East by Michael M. Yoshitsu
    10. The Arabian Peninsula by Robert W. Stookey
    11. Islam in Foreign Policy by Adeed Dawisha
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1984, pp. 203-204
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    3. Peacekeeping in Vietnam by Ramesh Chandra Thakur
    4. Macro-Nationalisms by Louis L. Snyder
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1984, p. 411
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    4. Inside Soviet Military Intelligence by Viktor Suvorov
    5. Soviet Political Scientists and American Politics by Neil Malcolm
    6. The USSR in Third World Conflicts by Bruce D. Porter
    7. The USSR and the Muslim World by Yaacov Ro'i
    8. Energy, Economics, and Foreign Policy in the USSR by Edward A. Hewett
    9. Solzhenitsyn: A Biography by Michael Scammell
    10. The Vavilov Affair by Mark Popovsky
    11. The Warsaw Pact by David Holloway and Jane M.O. Sharp
    12. Soviet Policy in Eastern Europe by Sarah Meiklejohn Terry
    13. Poland Under Jaruzelski by Leopold Labedz
    14. The Truth That Killed by Georgi Markov
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1984, pp. 423-425
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    4. Search for Peace by Hassan bin Talal
    5. A Stranger in My House by Walter Reich
    6. The PLO by Jillian Becker
    7. Those I Have Known by Anwar El Sadat
    8. The Reign of the Ayatollahs by Shaul Bakhash
    9. The Government of God by Cheryl Benard and Zalmay Khalilzad
    10. The State and Revolution in Iran, 1962-1982 by Hossein Bashiriyeh
    11. The Unstable Gulf by Lenore G. Martin
    12. Gulf Security Into the 1980s by Robert G. Darius, John W. Amos II, and Ralph H. Magnus, ...
    13. Political and Strategic Issues in the Persian-Arabian Gulf by Sayed Hassan Amin
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1984, pp. 426-427
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    5. Contrasts: Soviet and American Thinkers Discuss the Future by Wiktor Osiatynski
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    4. The Soviet Union and the Failure of Collective Security, 1934-1938 by Jiri Hochman
    5. The Jews of Hope by Martin Gilbert
    6. The Soviet Union and Revolutionary Iran by Aryeh Y. Yodfat
    7. The Eagle and the Small Birds by Michael Charlton
    8. Cardinal Wyszynski: A Biography by Andrzej Micewski
    9. A Prisoner of Martial Law by Jan Mur
    10. Poland's Politicized Army by George C. Malcher
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1985, pp. 923-924
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    4. A Changing Israel by Peter Grose
    5. The Land Question in Palestine, 1917-1939 by Kenneth W. Stein
    6. Hostage to History by Christopher Hitchens
    7. Economic Aid and the American Policy Toward Egypt, 1955-1981 by William J. Burns
    8. Middle East Contemporary Survey, Vol. VI: 1981-82 by Colin Legum, Haim Shaked, and Daniel Dishon
    9. Middle East Contemporary Survey, Vol. V: 1980-81 by Colin Legum, Haim Shaked, and Daniel Dishon
    10. Iraq: Eastern Flank of the Arab World by Christine Moss Helms
    11. Iraq and Iran: The Years of Crisis by Jasim Abdulghani
    12. Occidentosis: A Plague from the West by Jalal Al-i Ahmad
    13. Islam and Politics by John L. Esposito
    14. The Arab Gulf Economy in a Turbulent Age by Hazem Beblawi
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1985, pp. 925-927
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    4. International Mediation in Theory and Practice by Saadia Touval and I. William Zartman
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    4. Behind the Lines by Donald R. Shanor
    5. Religion and Nationalism in Soviet and East European Politics by Pedro Ramet
    6. Communism in Eastern Europe by Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone and Andrew Gyorgy
    7. Private Enterprise in Eastern Europe by Anders Aslund
    8. The Great Powers and Poland, 1919-1945 by Jan Karski
    9. The Soviet Union and the Czechoslovak Army, 1948-1983 by Condoleezza Rice
    10. The Kremlin and the Prague Spring by Karen Dawisha
    11. The Restoration of Order by Milan Simecka
    12. Rise and Fall by Milovan Djilas
    13. Goli Otok: The Island of Death by Venko Markovski
    14. Nationalism and Federalism in Yugoslavia, 1962-1983 by Sabrina Ramet
    15. The First War Between Socialist States by Bela Kiraly, Barbara Lotze, and Nandor F. Dreisziger, ...
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    17. Cold War in the Balkans by Michael M. Boll
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1985, pp. 1124-1127
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    4. Ben-Gurion and the Palestinian Arabs by Shabtai Teveth
    5. Radical Islam by Emmanuel Sivan
    6. A Clarification of Questions by Ruhollah Khomeini
    7. Shah of Shahs by Ryszard Kapuscinski
    8. The Persian Gulf Unveiled by John Bulloch
    9. OPEC and the Third World by Shireen Hunter
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    3. The Soviet State by Curtis Keeble
    4. USSR Foreign Policies After Detente by Richard F. Staar
    5. Investment and Reindustrialization in the Soviet Economy by Boris Z. Rumer
    6. The Drama of the Soviet 1960s by Alexander Yanov
    7. Soviet Dissent by Ludmilla Alexeyeva
    8. Reluctant Farewell by Andrew Nagorski
    9. Ordinary Stalinism by Ronald Tiersky
    10. Ideology in a Socialist State by Raymond Taras
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    12. Das Einsame Albanien by Paul Lendvai
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1985, pp. 187-189
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    4. Peace-Making in the Middle East by Paul Marantz and Janice Gross Stein
    5. The West Bank: Line of Defense by Aryeh Shalev
    6. The West Bank by John P. Richardson
    7. Jews of Arab and Islamic Countries by Heskel M. Haddad
    8. Jews in an Arab Land by Renzo De Felice
    9. Holy War by Wilhelm Dietl
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    11. The Return of Consciousness by Tawfiq Al-Hakim
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1985, pp. 190-192
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    4. Law, Force, and Diplomacy at Sea by Ken Booth
    5. Managing the Oceans by Jacques G. Richardson
    6. UN: We Believe and Other Essays by Waliur Rahman
    7. The Plimpton Papers: Law and Diplomacy by Frances Plimpton and Pauline Ames Plimpton
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    4. The Soviet Union: What Lies Ahead? by Kenneth M. Currie and Gregory Varhall
    5. Technocratic Socialism by Erik P. Hoffmann and Robbin F. Laird
    6. The Future of the Soviet Economic Planning System by David A. Dyker
    7. The Soviet Union and Cuba by W. Raymond Duncan
    8. Soviet-East European Survey, 1986-1987 by Vojtech Mastny
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    10. A Village Without Solidarity by C.M. Hann
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1985, pp. 373-375
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    5. Galilee Divided by Frederic C. Hof
    6. Saudi Arabia: The Ceaseless Quest for Security by Nadav Safran
    7. The United States and Saudi Arabia by David E. Long
    8. The Mantle of the Prophet by Roy Mottahedeh
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    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1985, pp. 376-378
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    5. The Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan by Joseph J. Collins
    6. The KGB and Soviet Disinformation by Ladislav Bittman
    7. Nations Under Duress by I. Joseph Vizulis
    8. KOR by Jan Jozef Lipski
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    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1986, pp. 885-886
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    5. Superpower Involvement in the Middle East by Paul Marantz and Blema S. Steinberg
    6. The Spirit of Allah by Amir Taheri
    7. The Iranian Revolution by Gholam R. Afkhami
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    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1986, pp. 887-888
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    5. In the Eye of the Storm by Kurt Waldheim
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1986, p. 1108
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    4. The Soviet Union: The Incomplete Superpower by Paul Dibb
    5. Security Implications of Nationalism in Eastern Europe by Jeffrey Simon and Trond Gilberg
    6. Moscow and the Polish Crisis by Sidney I. Ploss
    7. Freedom at a Price by Rosemary Kavan
    8. The Power of the Powerless by Vaclav Havel and John Keane
    9. The Forgotten Holocaust by Richard C. Lukas
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    11. Honecker's Germany by David Childs
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1986, pp. 1121-1124
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    4. Conflicts and Contradictions by Meron Benvenisti
    5. 1949: The First Israelis~~Nineteen Forty-Nine: The First Israelis by Tom Segev
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    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1986, p. 1125
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    4. Rights and Obligations in North-South Relations by Moorhead Wright
    5. Contemporary Terrorism by William Gutteridge
    6. Punishing International Terrorists by John F. Murphy
    7. Hydra of Carnage by Uri Ra'anan, Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr., and Richard H. Shultz, ...
    8. Terrorism: How the West Can Win by Benjamin Netanyahu
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1986, pp. 179-180
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    4. Gorbachev by Zhores A. Medvedev
    5. Red Army and Society by Ellen Jones
    6. The Cautious Bear by Efraim Karsh
    7. Soviet Power and the Third World by Rajan Menon
    8. East/West Tensions in the Third World by Marshall D. Shulman
    9. The Secret Offensive by Chapman Pincher
    10. Shcharansky: Hero of Our Time by Martin Gilbert
    11. Coercion and Control in Communist Society by Maria Hirszowicz
    12. Public Opinion and Political Change in Poland, 1980-1982 by David S. Mason
    13. The Liberation of One by Romuald Spasowski
    14. East Germany and Detente by A. James McAdams
    15. Political Organizations in Socialist Yugoslavia by Jim Seroka and Rados Smiljkovic
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    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1986, pp. 194-198
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    4. The Arab Military Option by Saad El Shazly
    5. Palestine: Continuing Dispossession by Glenn E. Perry
    6. East Bank/West Bank by Arthur R. Day
    7. Syria Under Assad by Moshe Maoz and Avner Yaniv
    8. Muslim Extremism in Egypt by Gilles Kepel
    9. Inside the Promised Land by Gerald Kaufman
    10. Migrants from the Promised Land by Zvi Sobel
    11. The Israeli Economy by Yoram Ben-Porath
    12. Boycott and Blacklist by Aaron J. Sarna
    13. The Left in Contemporary Iran by Sepehr Zabih
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1986, pp. 199-201
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    3. Dominant Powers and Subordinate States by Jan F. Triska
    4. Regional Security in the Third World by Mohammed Ayoob
    5. The Diplomacy of Human Rights by David D. Newsom
    6. Forty Years by Carlos P. Romulo
    7. Judging the World Court by Thomas M. Franck
    8. Reviving the World Court by Richard Falk
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    4. Alone Together by Elena Bonner
    5. The Anti-Soviet Soviet Union by Vladimir Voinovich
    6. Letters from Prison, and Other Essays by Adam Michnik
    7. Shielding the Flame by Hanna Krall
    8. Hungary and the Soviet Bloc by Charles Gati
    9. Opposition in the GDR Under Honecker, 1971-85 by Roger Woods
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1986, pp. 405-406
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    4. African-Arab Relations by Hilmi S. Yousuf
    5. The Arab Radicals by Adeed I. Dawisha
    6. Semites and Anti-Semites by Bernard Lewis
    7. Arabia Imperiled by Mazher A. Hameed
    8. Paradox of Power by Maya Chadda
    9. Iraq Between the Two World Wars by Reeva S. Simon
    10. Qaddafi: His Ideology in Theory and Practice by Mohamed El-Khawas
    11. The State and Social Transformation in Tunisia and Libya, 1830-1980 by Lisa Anderson
    12. Algeria: The Revolution Institutionalized by John P. Entelis
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1986, pp. 407-409
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    4. Of Prisons and Ideas by Milovan Djilas
    5. Modern Dictators by Barry M. Rubin
    6. The General Assembly in World Politics by Mildred J. Peterson
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1987, p. 891
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    4. Understanding Soviet Politics by Cyril E. Black
    5. The Harvest of Sorrow by Robert Conquest
    6. Famine in Ukraine, 1932-1933 by Roman Serbyn and Bohdan Krawchenko
    7. Political Thought of the Ukrainian Underground, 1943-1951 by Peter J. Potichnyj and Yevhen Shtendera
    8. Western Broadcasting Over the Iron Curtain by K.R.M. Short
    9. Poland, 1939-1947 by John Coutouvidis and Jaime Reynolds
    10. The Catholic Church in Communist Poland, 1945-1985 by Ronald C. Monticone
    11. Military Rule in Poland by George Sanford
    12. Impressions of Law in East Germany by Daniel John Meador
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1987, pp. 906-908
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    4. The State, Religion, and Ethnic Politics by Ali Banuazizi and Myron Weiner
    5. Adventures in the Middle East by Donald N. Wilber
    6. Syrian Intervention in Lebanon by Naomi Joy Weinberger
    7. The Camp David Accords by Mohamed Ibrahim Kamel
    8. Israel and the American National Interest by Cheryl A. Rubenberg
    9. The Middle East After the Israeli Invasion of Lebanon by Robert O. Freedman
    10. International Relations of the Contemporary Middle East by Tareq Y. Ismael
    11. The Arabs by David Lamb
    12. Israel Faces the Future by Bernard Reich and Gershon R. Kieval
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    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1987, pp. 909-912
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    5. Closed Borders by Alan Dowty
    6. Ordering the Oceans by Clyde Sanger
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    6. From Potsdam to Poland by Stephen A. Garrett
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1987, pp. 1113-1114
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    5. The Gulf Cooperation Council by John A. Sandwick
    6. The Powers in the Middle East by Bernard Reich
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    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1987, pp. 1115-1116
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    4. Pravda: Inside the Soviet News Machine by Angus Roxburgh
    5. Will the Non-Russians Rebel? by Alexander J. Motyl
    6. The Best Sons of the Fatherland by Lynne Viola
    7. "Them": Stalin's Polish Puppets by Teresa Toranska
    8. Poland, the United States, and the Stabilization of Europe, 1919-1933 by Neal Pease
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    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1987, pp. 200-202
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    4. Sands of Sorrow by Milton Viorst
    5. Israeli Connection by Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi
    6. Through Different Eyes by Hyman Bookbinder and James G. Abourezk
    7. Guerres Secretes au Liban by Annie Laurent and Antoine Basbous
    8. Soviet-American Relations With Pakistan, Iran, and Afghanistan by Hafeez Malik
    9. Turkey: America's Forgotten Ally by Dankwart A. Rustow
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    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1987, pp. 203-204
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    2. War in International Society by Evan Luard
    3. The Age of Terrorism by Walter Laqueur
    4. The Never-Ending War by Christopher Dobson and Ronald Payne
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    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1987, pp. 429-430
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    4. From Brezhnev to Gorbachev by Hans-Joachim Veen
    5. From Brezhnev to Gorbachev by Baruch A. Hazan
    6. Soviet Power by James Sherr
    7. Science, Philosophy, and Human Behavior in the Soviet Union by Loren R. Graham
    8. Eroding Empire: Western Relations with Eastern Europe by Lincoln Gordon
    9. Jugoslawien in Strategie Und Politik Der Alliierten, 1940-1943 by Hans Knoll
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    11. From Crisis to Crisis by Vladimir Wozniuk
    12. Conversations with Czeslaw Milosz by Ewa Czarnecka, Aleksander Fiut, and Czeslaw Milosz, ...
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    4. Shi'ism and Social Protest by Juan R.I. Cole and Nikki R. Keddie
    5. Amal and the Shi'a by Augustus Richard Norton
    6. Holy Terror by Amir Taheri
    7. Qaddafi and the Libyan Revolution by David Blundy and Andrew Lycett
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    9. John Garang Speaks by Mansour Khalid and John Garang
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    5. Politics, Work, and Daily Life in the USSR by James R. Millar
    6. The Decline of the World Communist Movement by Heinz Timmermann
    7. Big Brother by Helene Carrere d'Encausse
    8. A Way of Hope by Lech Walesa
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    4. Blaming the Victims by Edward Said and Christopher Hitchens
    5. War and Intervention in Lebanon by Yair Evron
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    5. Khrushchev and Khrushchevism by Martin McCauley
    6. Reforming the Soviet Economy by Ed A. Hewett
    7. Soviet Global Strategy by William R. Kintner
    8. Soviet Agriculture by Zhores A. Medvedev
    9. The Soviet Study of International Relations by Allen Lynch
    10. The Soviet Union in Transition by Kinya Niiseki
    11. Glasnost: How Open? by Leonard R. Sussman
    12. Recollections of a Pioneering Sovietologist by John N. Hazard
    13. World Socialism at the Crossroads by Silviu Brucan
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    15. Show Trials by George H. Hodos
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    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1988, pp. 1134-1135
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    4. Cogs in the Wheel by Mikhail Heller
    5. Soviet Society and Culture by Richard Sheldon and Terry L. Thompson
    6. The Economic Challenge of Perestroika by Abel G. Aganbegian
    7. Soviet Foreign Policy by Robbin F. Laird
    8. The Bear, the Cubs, and the Eagle by Bertil Duner
    9. The Third World and the Soviet Union by Zaki Laidi
    10. Uncovering Soviet Disasters by James E. Oberg
    11. Socialist Agriculture in Transition by Joseph C. Brada and Karl-Eugen Wadekin
    12. Innovation Oder Stagnation by Harry Maier
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    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1988, pp. 192-195
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    4. For the Land and the Lord by Ian Lustick
    5. Besieged Bedfellows by Benjamin M. Joseph
    6. A New Iraq? by Frederick W. Axelgard
    7. Asad: The Sphinx of Damascus by Moshe Ma'oz
    8. The Political Language of Islam by Bernard Lewis
    9. The Next Arab Decade by Hisham Sharabi
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    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1988, pp. 196-197
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    4. The Management of Global Disorder by Lincoln P. Bloomfield
    5. The Promise of World Order by Richard A. Falk
    6. Power and Tactics in International Negotiation by William Mark Habeeb
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    4. Gorbachev's Reforms by Peter Juviler and Hiroshi Kimura
    5. Understanding Soviet Society by Michael Paul Sacks and Jerry G. Pankhurst
    6. Stalin: Man and Ruler by Robert H. McNeal
    7. Two Lives, One Russia by Nicholas Daniloff
    8. Fear No Evil by Natan Sharansky
    9. Notes of a Non-Conspirator by Allan Wynn
    10. Acquired Traits by Raissa L. Berg
    11. The Poverty of Communism by Nick Eberstadt
    12. East-West Conflict by Michael D. Intriligator and Hans-Adolf Jacobsen, ...
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    14. The Prague Spring by Jiri Pehe
    15. National Conflict in Czechoslovakia by Carol Skalnik Leff
    16. Socialist Authority by Peter A. Toma
    17. The Hungarians by Stephen Borsody
    18. The Struggles for Poland by Neal Ascherson
    19. Diary, Vol. I by Witold Gombrowicz and Jan Kott
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    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1988, pp. 190-193
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    4. The Gulf War by Majid Khadduri
    5. The Gulf War by Edgar O'Ballance
    6. The Gulf Cooperation Council by Erik R. Peterson
    7. The Gulf Cooperation Council by Rouhollah K. Ramazani
    8. Toward a Viable Lebanon by Halim Barakat
    9. In Search of Leadership by Emile Sahliyeh
    10. Britain and the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1948-51 by Ilan Pappe
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    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1988, pp. 194-196
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    3. The Thinking Reed by Boris Kagarlitsky
    4. Grey Is the Color of Hope by Irina Ratushinskaya
    5. The Red Eminence by Serge P. Petroff
    6. Heritage of Fear by Richard Lawrence Miller
    7. Return to Diversity by Joseph Rothschild
    8. The Soviet Union and National Liberation Movements in the Third World by Galia Golan
    9. Perestroika by Svetozar Stojanovic
    10. Eastern Europe, Gorbachev and Reform by Karen Dawisha
    11. Poland Challenges a Divided World by John Rensenbrink
    12. Yugoslavia: A Fractured Federalism by Dennison Rusinow
    13. Yugoslavia's Security Dilemmas by Marko Milivojevic, John B. Allcock, and Pierre Maurer, ...
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    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1989, pp. 199-202
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    5. Statecraft in the Dark by Aharon Klieman
    6. The Iranian Triangle by Samuel Segev
    7. Great Power Interests in the Persian Gulf by Paul Jabber, Gary Sick, Hisahiko Okazaki, and Dominique Moisi, ...
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    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1989, pp. 203-204
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    4. Gorbachev and the Soviet Future by Lawrence W. Lerner and Donald W. Treadgold
    5. Our Man in Moscow by Robert A.D. Ford
    6. Moscow's Third World Strategy by Alvin Z. Rubinstein
    7. The Limits of Soviet Power in the Developing World by Edward A. Kolodziej and Roger E. Kanet
    8. The Social Impact of the Chernobyl Disaster by David R. Marples
    9. The Use and Abuse of Sovietology by Leopold Labedz
    10. What Is To Be Done? by Nikolai Chernyshevsky
    11. The Crisis of Marxist Ideology in Eastern Europe by Vladimir Tismaneanu
    12. Failed Utopias by Arch Puddington
    13. Revolution from Abroad by Jan T. Gross
    14. My Century by Aleksander Wat and Richard Lourie
    15. After the Bargain by Lajos Gubcsi
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    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1989, pp. 177-181
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    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1989, pp. 182-183
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    4. Gorbachev's Russia by Basile Kerblay
    5. Perestroika in Perspective by Padma Desai
    6. Soviet Freedom by Anthony Barnett and Nella Bielski
    7. The Deceptive Lure of Detente by Marian K. Leighton
    8. Central and Eastern Europe by William E. Griffith
    9. Conscience and Captivity by Janice Broun
    10. Mad Dreams, Saving Graces by Michael T. Kaufman
    11. Poland's Secret Envoy, 1939 1945 by Jerzy J. Lerski
    12. With Stalin Against Tito by Ivo Banac
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    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1989, pp. 210-212
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    5. Les Palestiniens de L'Interieur by Camille Mansour
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    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1989, pp. 213-214
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    5. The Last Great Game: USA Versus USSR by Paul Dukes
    6. The Soviet Withdrawal from Afghanistan by Amin Saikal and William Maley
    7. Soviet Policy Perspectives on Western Europe by Neil Malcolm
    8. United States-East European Relations in the 1990s by Richard F. Staar
    9. Samizdat and an Independent Society in Central and Eastern Europe by H. Gordon Skilling
    10. East European Fault Lines by Janusz Bugajski and Maxine Pollack
    11. The Uses of Adversity by Timothy Garton Ash
    12. Nicolae Ceausescu: A Study in Political Leadership by Mary Ellen Fischer
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    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1989, pp. 217-219
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    5. Warrior by Ariel Sharon and David Chanoff
    6. The Emergence of a Binational Israel by Ilan Peleg and Ofira Seliktar
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    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1989, pp. 220-221
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    4. The New Detente by Mary Kaldor, Gerard Holden, and Richard Falk
    5. Political Leadership in the Soviet Union by Archie Brown
    6. Gorbachev's Economic Dilemma by Olimpiad S. Ioffe
    7. Negotiating with the Soviets by Raymond F. Smith
    8. Soviet History in the Gorbachev Revolution by R.W. Davies
    9. Thinking New About Soviet "New Thinking" by V. Kubalkova and A.A. Cruickshank
    10. Gorbachev and Glasnost by Isaac J. Tarasulo
    11. The Soviet Empire by Oleg Glebov and John Crowfoot
    12. Soviet Central Asia by Boris Z. Rumer
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    14. Soviet Strategy, Soviet Foreign Policy by C.G. Jacobsen
    15. The Socialist Pyramid by Lenard J. Cohen
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    4. Facts and Fables by Clifford A. Wright
    5. Greater Syria by Daniel Pipes
    6. Economic Cooperation in the Middle East by Gideon Fishelson
    7. The Pragmatic Entente by Sohrab Sobhani
    8. Consistency of U.S. Foreign Policy by Abbas Alnasrawi and Cheryl A. Rubenberg
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    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1990, pp. 184-185
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    4. The Dialectic of Change by Boris Kagarlitsky
    5. Trotsky by Albert Glotzer
    6. Soviet National Security Policy Under Perestroika by George E. Hudson
    7. The USSR and the Western Alliance by Robbin F. Laird and Susan L. Clark
    8. The Impoverished Superpower by Henry S. Rowen and Charles Wolf, Jr.
    9. Inside the Soviet Writers' Union by John Garrard and Carol Garrard
    10. Soviet Women by Francine du Plessix Gray
    11. Memoirs by Andrei Gromyko
    12. Russia, 1917 by Jonathan Sanders
    13. Yalta: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow by Jean Laloy
    14. The Soviet Concept of "Limited Sovereignty" from Lenin to Gorbachev by Robert A. Jones
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    5. The US-Turkish-NATO Middle East Connection by George Crews McGhee
    6. Revolution and Foreign Policy by Fred Halliday
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    5. Soviet Jewry and Soviet Policy by Alfred D. Low
    6. Gorbachev's New Thinking and Third World Conflicts by Jiri Valenta and Frank Cibulka
    7. Crisis Amid Plenty by Thane Gustafson
    8. War on War by R. Craig Nation
    9. The End of the Cold War by Bogdan Denitch
    10. The Bloc That Failed by Charles Gati
    11. The New Eastern Europe by J.M.C. Rollo, Judy Batt, Brigitte Granville, and Neil Malcolm, ...
    12. The Soviet-East European Relationship in the Gorbachev Era by Aurel Braun
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    14. Vaclav Havel: Living in Truth by Jan Vladislav
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    16. The Road to a Free Economy by Janos Kornai
    17. Problems of Balkan Security by Paul S. Shoup
    18. Yugoslavia: Socialism, Development and Debt by David A. Dyker
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    4. Culture and Conflict in Egyptian-Israeli Relations by Raymond Cohen
    5. Kuwait's Foreign Policy by Abdul-Reda Assiri
    6. Soviet Strategy in the Middle East by George W. Breslauer
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    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1990, pp. 194-195
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    4. Gorbachev and His Enemies by Baruch A. Hazan
    5. Can Gorbachev Change the Soviet Union? by Zdenek Mlynar
    6. Perestroika by Tsuyoshi Hasegawa and Alex Pravda
    7. Socialism, Perestroika, and the Dilemmas of Soviet Economic Reform by John E. Tedstrom
    8. Soviet Society Under Perestroika by David S. Lane
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    10. Inside the Apparat by Uri Ra'anan and Igor Lukes
    11. The End of the Line by Christopher S. Wren
    12. Soviet Disunion by Bohdan Nahaylo and Victor Swoboda
    13. The Nationalities Factor in Soviet Politics and Society by Lubomyr Hajda and Mark Beissinger
    14. Russian Nationalism: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow by Stephen K. Carter
    15. The Legacy of Chernobyl by Zhores A. Medvedev
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    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1990, pp. 198-202
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    5. Facing a Cruel Mirror by Michael Bar-Zohar
    6. Israel, Palestinians and the Intifada by Geoffrey Aronson
    7. The Palestinians: New Directions by Michael C. Hudson
    8. Palestine and Israel by John Quigley
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    5. Is Stalinism Really Dead? by Alexander S. Tsipko
    6. The Second Socialist Revolution by Tatyana Zaslavskaya
    7. Moscow and Beyond, 1986 to 1989 by Andrei D. Sakharov
    8. The USSR's Emerging Multiparty System by Vera Tolz
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    10. Stalin: The Glasnost Revelations by Walter Laqueur
    11. Stalin's War Against the Jews by Louis Rapoport
    12. The Withering Away of the Totalitarian State... and Other Surprises by Jeane J. Kirkpatrick
    13. The West and the Soviet Union by Gregory Flynn and Richard E. Greene
    14. Pluralism and Social Conflict by Silviu Brucan
    15. Opening the Soviet System by George Soros
    16. Reflections on the Revolution in Europe by Ralf Dahrendorf
    17. Fallen Dominions, Reviving Powers by George Liska
    18. The Moral Collapse of Communism by John Clark and Aaron Wildavsky
    19. The Web of Disinformation by David Martin
    20. Limits and Possibilities by Bogdan Denitch
    21. Albanian Stalinism by Arshi Pipa
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1991, pp. 190-194
  250. [+]
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    4. The Future of the Jews by David Vital
    5. Sadat and After by Raymond William Baker
    6. Was the Red Flag Flying There? by Joel Beinin
    7. Saddam Hussein and the Crisis in the Gulf by Judith Miller and Laurie Mylroie
    8. Footnotes in the Sand by Bernard Burrows
    9. Human Rights in Iraq by Middle East Watch
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    5. Exit: Toward Post-Stalinism by Pavel Campeanu
    6. Memo 2 by Steve Hirsch
    7. The New Soviet Journalism by Vitaly Korotich and Cathy Porter
    8. Soviet Foreign Economic Policy Under Perestroika by Leonard Geron
    9. Soviet Intellectuals and Political Power by Vladimir Shlapentokh
    10. Fatal Half Measures by Yevgeny Yevtushenko and Antonina W. Bouis
    11. Toward Independence by Jan A. Trapans
    12. From Yalta to Glasnost by Agnes Heller and Ferenc Feher
    13. Spring in Winter by Gwyn Prins
    14. From Bela Kun to Janos Kadar by Miklos Molnar
    15. Tweaking the Nose of the Russians by Joseph F. Harrington and Bruce J. Courtney
    16. New World Avenue and Vicinity by Tadeusz Konwicki
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    5. After the War by Charles Davies
    6. The Middle East from the Iran-Contra Affair to the Intifada by Robert O. Freedman
    7. Soviet Policies in the Middle East by Galia Golan
    8. Who's at the Helm? by Raymond Tanter
    9. Political Economy of Contemporary Egypt by Ibrahim M. Oweiss
    10. Libya's Foreign Policy in North Africa by Mary-Jane Deeb
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    4. Steeltown, USSR by Stephen Kotkin
    5. The Truth About Chernobyl by Grigori Medvedev
    6. Dangerous Thoughts by Yuri Orlov
    7. The Irony Tower by Andrew Solomon
    8. Changes in Soviet Policy Towards the West by Gerhard Wettig
    9. Moscow, Germany, and the West from Khrushchev to Gorbachev by Michael J. Sodaro
    10. Baltic Independence and Russian Empire by Walter C. Clemens
    11. Surge to Freedom by J.F. Brown
    12. Of Walls and Bridges by Bennett Kovrig
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    The Political Culture of Japan, by Bradley M. Richardson
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  257. The Middle East, 1981
    Soviet Policy in the Middle East
    Current History, January 1981, pp. 1-4
  258. Soviet Strategy in the Balkans
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  259. The Soviet Union, 1971
    Soviet-American Relations
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  260. The U.S.S.R. After Half a Century
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  261. The Soviet Union, 1975
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  262. Successful Negotiation: Trieste 1954 (1976)
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  263. Tito: The Achievement and the Legacy
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  264. Tito's Separate Road (1967)
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