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Robert Rhodes James • 14 Items / 12 Books, 2 Reviews
Ambitions and Realities (1972)
British Politics, 1964-70
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    Western Europe and Atlantic Community (8 Reviews)
    Ambitions and Realities, by Robert Rhodes James
    1. Ambitions and Realities by Robert Rhodes James
    2. The Anglo-Soviet Accord by Richard H. Ullman
    3. Austria, Great Britain, and the Crimean War by Paul W. Schroeder
    4. European Security and the Atlantic System by William T.R. Fox and Warner R. Schilling
    5. The Paris Commune, 1871 by Stewart Edwards
    6. The Security of Western Europe by Bernard Burrows and Christopher Irwin #2
    7. The Shadow War by Henri Michel
    8. The Struggle for a Free Europe by Dean Acheson
    Orbis, Winter 1973, p. 1085
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    Recent Books on International Relations (16 Reviews)
    Western Europe
    1. Europe in the Twentieth Century by George Lichtheim
    2. The European Community in the 1970s by Steven Joshua Warnecke
    3. The Gaullist Phenomenon by Jean Charlot
    4. Vichy France: Old Guard and New Order, 1940-1944 by Robert O. Paxton
    5. Pointing the Way, 1959-1961 by Harold MacMillan
    6. The Memoirs of Lord Gladwyn by Hubert M. Gladwyn
    7. The Collapse of British Power by Correlli Barnett
    8. Ambitions and Realities by Robert Rhodes James
    9. Governing Without Consensus by Richard Rose
    10. Whitehall Diary, Vol. III: Ireland, 1918-1925 by Thomas Jones
    11. The Ulster Debate
    12. Friedrich Meinecke and German Politics in the Twentieth Century by Robert A. Pois
    13. Goebbels by Helmut Heiber
    14. Fears and Expectations by Nils Orvik
    15. Dix Ans de Lutte Antifasciste, 1931-1941 by Jules Humbert-Droz
    16. Greece Without Columns by David Holden
    Foreign Affairs, January 1973, pp. 429-431