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Frederick Z. Brown • 3 Items / 1 Book, 2 Articles
Second Chance (1989)
The United States and Indochina in the 1990s
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    Book Reviews (3 Reviews)
    On Southeast Asia
    1. Second Chance by Frederick Z. Brown
    2. Revolutionary Struggle in the Philippines by Leonard Davis
    3. Outrage: Burma's Struggle for Democracy by Bertil Lintner
    Current History, March 1990, pp. 125-138
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    Asia (9 Reviews)
    Beijing Jeep, by Jim Mann
    1. Beijing Jeep by Jim Mann
    2. Cambodia, 1975-1978 by Karl D. Jackson
    3. China and Its National Minorities by Thomas Heberer
    4. Chinese Attitudes Toward Nuclear Weapons by Mark A. Ryan
    5. Christianity in China by Archie R. Crouch, Steven Agoratus, and Arthur Emerson, ...
    6. India Briefing, 1988 by Marshall M. Bouton and Philip Oldenburg
    7. Second Chance by Frederick Z. Brown
    8. Security in South Asia by Chitra K. Tiwari
    9. Sino-American Relations, 1945-1955 by Harry Harding and Yuan Ming
    Orbis, Spring 1990, pp. 306-310
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    Asia and the Pacific
    1. The Cambodian Crisis and U.S. Policy Dilemmas by Robert G. Sutter
    2. Second Chance by Frederick Z. Brown
    3. The Indochinese Refugee Dilemma by Valerie O'Connor Sutter
    4. The Soviet Union and the Pacific by Gerald Segal
    5. What Is Asia to Us? by Milan Hauner
    6. China's Participation in the IMF, the World Bank, and GATT by Harold K. Jacobson and Michel Oksenberg
    7. Reform in China and Other Socialist Economies by Jan S. Prybyla
    8. China Eyes Japan by Allen S. Whiting
    9. Almost a Revolution by Tong Shen and Marianne Yen
    10. In a Little Kingdom by Perry Stieglitz
    11. Freedom in Exile by Dalai Lama
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1991, pp. 198-200