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David Callahan • 17 Items / 5 Books, 9 Articles, 3 Reviews
Dangerous Capabilities: Paul Nitze and the Cold War (1990)
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    Book Reviews (11 Reviews)
    On Europe
    1. After 1992: The United States of Europe by Ernest Wistrich
    2. Europe 1992: An American Perspective by Gary Clyde Hufbauer
    3. The Bloc That Failed by Charles Gati
    4. Between the Blocs by Joseph Kruzel and Michael Haltzel
    5. Eastern Europe, Gorbachev and Reform by Karen Dawisha
    6. Nationalism and Communism in Romania by Trond Gilberg
    7. Industry and Politics in West Germany by Peter J. Katzenstein
    8. Polish Paradoxes by Stanislaw Gomulka and Antony Polonsky
    9. Yearbook on International Communist Affairs, 1990 by Richard F. Staar
    10. Sea-Changes: American Foreign Policy in a World Transformed by Nicholas X. Rizopoulos
    11. Dangerous Capabilities: Paul Nitze and the Cold War by David Callahan
    Current History, December 1990, pp. 425-438
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. The Colonel by Godfrey Hodgson
    2. Dangerous Capabilities: Paul Nitze and the Cold War by David Callahan
    3. Casey by Joseph E. Persico
    4. America's Germany by Thomas Alan Schwartz
    5. Empire and Cold War by Scott L. Bills
    6. The Imaginary War by Mary Kaldor
    7. The New Realism by Roland S. Homet
    8. The Twilight Struggle by Constantine C. Menges
    9. Reconstructing Consensus by Richard A. Melanson
    10. As Moscow Sees Us by Richard M. Mills
    11. Agents of Influence by Pat Choate
    12. Media and Foreign Policy by Simon Serfaty
    13. Foreign Policy and the Press by Nicholas O. Berry
    14. Presidential Power and the Modern Presidents by Richard E. Neustadt
    15. The Central Intelligence Agency by Arthur B. Darling
    Foreign Affairs, Spring 1991, pp. 182-185