December 1980
Foreign Affairs;Winter80/81, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p458
Correction notice
This article presents corrections to various articles previously published in the "Journal of International Business Studies." In the article "Recent Books on International Relations," the subtitle of the book "Suffer the Future: Policy Changes in Southern Africa," by Robert I. Rotberg, should be given as "Policy Choices in Southern Africa." In another article "Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and His Critics," in Robert W. Thurston's letter, the question to which Professor Thurston refers should read, "Whither Russia on the eve of the First World War?"


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