Bryant, Elizabeth H.
October 1974
Foreign Affairs;Oct74, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p176
This article presents a list of books on international relations. Some of the books included here are: "The Fascist Persuasion in Radical Politics," by James Gregor, "Secrecy and Foreign Policy," edited by Thomas M. Franck and Edward Weisband, "The Cuban Missile Crises International Crises and the Role of Law ," by Abram Chayes, "Justice Under Fire: A Study of Military Law," by Joseph W. Bishop, Jr., "Return From the Nuclear Brink, National Interest and the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty," by Lloyd Jensen, "Nuclear Proliferation Problems," by Stockholm International Peacece Research Institute, "Dynamics of the Vietnam War," by Jeffly S Milsilin, "Science and Policy: The International Stimulus," by Alexander King. "Nigeria Internal Politics and Foreign Policy 1960-1966," by Gordon Idang, "War and Peace in the Sudan, 1955-1972," by Cecit Epriti, "Transition in Africa From Direct Rule to Independence, A Memoir," by Sir Jmaes Robertson, "The Canberra Model: Essays on Australian Government," by David Butler.


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