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  1. Publications Received
    International Politics (11 Reviews)
    The Crime of World Power, by Richard A. Aliano
    1. The Crime of World Power by Richard A. Aliano
    2. Decolonization by Henri Grimal
    3. Fascism in the Contemporary World by Anthony James Joes
    4. An Idea and Its Servants by Richard Hoggart
    5. Kidnap and Ransom by Richard L. Clutterbuck
    6. Kissinger and the Meaning of History by Peter W. Dickson
    7. The Negotiation Process by I. William Zartman
    8. Politics and History by Raymond Aron
    9. The Secret war for the Ocean Depths by Thomas S. Burns
    10. U.S. Policy in International Institutions by Seymour Maxwell Finger and Joseph R. Harbert
    11. What Are Human Rights? by Maurice Cranston
    Orbis, Winter 1979, pp. 1067-1068
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    Recent Books on International Relations (16 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. The Breakdown of Democratic Regimes by Juan J. Linz and Alfred Stepan
    2. Politics and History by Raymond Aron
    3. The Many Faces of Communism by Morton A. Kaplan
    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