TITLE

RECENT BOOKS ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

AUTHOR(S)
Roberts, Henry L.
PUB. DATE
July 1967
SOURCE
Foreign Affairs;Jul67, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p726
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article presents a list of books on international relations. Approaches to Comparative and International Politics, edited by R. Barry Farrell. The Hard and Bitter Peace, by G.F. Hudson. The Functions of International Law, by William D. Coplin. Between Two Worlds: Policy, Press and Public Opinion in Asian-American Relations, by John Hohenberg. Foreign Policy in Christian Perspective, by John Coleman. Facing the Brink: An Intimate Study of Crisis Diplomacy, by Edward Weintal and Charles Bartlett. The Evolution of International Organizations, edited by Evan Luard. Foreign Policy and Democratic Politics: The American and British Experience, by Kenneth N. Waltz. Political Parties and Political Development, edited by Joseph LaPalombara and Myron Weiner. Scientists and War, by Sir Solly Zuckerman. Science, Technology and American Foreign Policy, by Eugene B. Skolnikoff. The Breaking Wave: The Second World War in the Summer of 1940, by Telford Taylor. The Polaris Missile Strike: A General Economic Systems Analysis, by Robert E. Kuenne. Sino-Soviet Relations and Arms Control, edited by Morton H. Halperin. Atlantic Economic Cooperation: The Case of the OECD, by Henry G. Aubrey. Trade Liberalization Among Industrial Countries: Objectives and Alternatives, by Bela Balassa.
ACCESSION #
5804011

 

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