Mann, Thomas E.; Ornstein, Norman J.; Blackburn, Tom; Matthias, Willard C.
December 1980
Foreign Affairs;Winter80/81, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p418
Presents several letters to the editor on foreign affairs of various nations, with reference to various articles published in the fall 1980 issue of the journal "Foreign Affairs." Reasons for the failure of various American foreign policy initiatives, examined by Lloyd N. Cutler, in his article "To Form a Government"; Comparison of the American politics and the European parliamentary system; Need of some structural constitutional change; Analysis of foreign relations of the U.S. with the Soviet Union in Paul Nitze's article "Strategy in the Decade of the 1980s."


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