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Jorge G. Castaneda • 19 Items / 8 Books, 11 Articles
Mexico and the United Nations (1958)
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    Recent Books on International Relations (23 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. A History of the United Nations Charter by Ruth B. Russell and Jeannette E. Muther
    2. The Memoirs of Field-Marshal the Viscount Montgomery of Alamein, K.G. by Bernard Montgomery
    3. The United States Air Force Report on the Ballistic Missilie by Kenneth F. Gantz
    4. The Arms Race by Philip Noel-Baker
    5. No More War! by Linus Pauling
    6. Brighter Than a Thousand Suns by Robert Jungk
    7. The Use of Force in International Relations by A. Appadorai
    8. East to West by Arnold J. Toynbee
    9. Democracy and the Challenge of Power by David Spitz
    10. The Representative Republic by Ferdinand A. Hermens
    11. The Politics of Despair by Hadley Cantril
    12. Communism and the Theologians by Charles C. West
    13. Documents of Modern Political Thought by Thomas Edwin Utley and J. Stuart Maclure
    14. Mexico and the United Nations by Jorge Castaneda
    15. Uruguay and the United Nations
    16. Trotsky's Diary in Exile, 1935 by Leon Trotsky and Jean Van Heijenoort
    17. Principles of Political Geography by Hans W. Weigert
    18. Efforts of Raymond Robins Toward the Recognition of Soviet Russia and the Outlawry of War, 1917-1933 by Anne Vincent Meiburger
    19. The Zimmermann Telegram by Barbara W. Tuchman
    20. In Flanders Fields: The 1917 Campaign by Leon Wolff
    21. A History of Anglo-Soviet Relations, Vol. II: 1943-1950 by W.P. Coates and Zelda K. Coates
    22. A Diplomatic History of Europe Since the Congress of Vienna by Rene Albrecht-Carrie
    23. Aspects of Human Equality by Lyman Bryson
    Foreign Affairs, January 1959, pp. 334-336