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Leon Gordenker • 16 Items / 7 Books, 3 Articles, 6 Reviews
International Aid and National Decisions (1976)
Development Programs in Malawi, Tanzania, and Zambia
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Published Reviews
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    International Politics (Review)
    International Aid and National Decisions, by Leon Gordenker
    1. International Aid and National Decisions by Leon Gordenker
    American Political Science Review, September 1978, p. 1161
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    International Aid and National Decisions, by Leon Gordenker
    1. International Aid and National Decisions by Leon Gordenker
    Political Science Quarterly, Summer 1977, pp. 367-368
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    Africa (6 Reviews)
    After Angola, by Colin Legum and Tony Hodges
    1. After Angola by Colin Legum and Tony Hodges
    2. Coups and Army Rule in Africa by Samuel Decalo
    3. A Cricket in the Thorn Tree by Joanna Strangwayes-Booth
    4. Ghana Observed by Dennis Austin
    5. International Aid and National Decisions by Leon Gordenker
    6. The Kissinger Study of Southern Africa by Mohamed A. El-Khawas and Barry Cohen
    Orbis, Fall 1976, pp. 825-837
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    Recent Books on International Relations (9 Reviews)
    Africa
    1. The Politics of Decolonization by Gary B. Wasserman
    2. Politics and Class Formation in Uganda by Mahmood Mamdani
    3. War Clouds on the Horn of Africa by Tom J. Farer
    4. A World Federation of Cultures by Ali Al-Amin Mazrui
    5. A Cricket in the Thorn Tree by Joanna Strangwayes-Booth
    6. The Soviet Union and Black Africa by Christopher Stevens
    7. Mission for Hammarskjold by Rajeshwar Dayal
    8. International Aid and National Decisions by Leon Gordenker
    9. African Goals and Diplomatic Strategies in the United Nations by Moses E. Akpan
    Foreign Affairs, January 1977, pp. 442-443