Lewis, Michael
December 1994
New Republic;12/12/94, Vol. 211 Issue 24, p21
Criticizes the fixation of intellectuals and global theorists of the journal "Foreign Affairs" to foreign and international issues that do not have immediate effect on personal lives and domestic affairs in the U.S. Reason behind the interest of people in foreign affairs; Observation on the common characteristics of all writing about global affairs; Articles featured in the journal making predictions about international events; Criticism against the detachment of global theorists from the subject of their writings.


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