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Richard R. Fagen • 28 Items / 10 Articles, 11 Books, 7 Reviews
Forging Peace (1987)
The Challenge of Central America
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    Recent Books on International Relations (6 Reviews)
    The Western Hemisphere
    1. Condemned to Repetition by Robert A. Pastor
    2. Reagan Versus the Sandinistas by Thomas W. Walker
    3. Nicaragua: The Price of Intervention by Peter Kornbluh
    4. Forging Peace by Richard R. Fagen
    5. Liberation Theology by Phillip Berryman
    6. The Selling of Fidel Castro by William E. Ratliff
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1987, p. 440
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    Latin America (7 Reviews)
    Close Neighbors, Distant Friends, by John E. Findling
    1. Close Neighbors, Distant Friends by John E. Findling
    2. Forging Peace by Richard R. Fagen
    3. Intellectual Foundations of the Nicaraguan Revolution by Donald C. Hodges
    4. Miguel Marmol by Roque Dalton
    5. National Security and United States Policy Toward Latin America by Lars Schoultz
    6. NicaNotes by Bob Barns
    7. Rethinking Military Politics by Alfred C. Stepan
    Orbis, Summer 1988, pp. 481-485
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    Book Reviews (10 Reviews)
    On East Europe
    1. The Closest of Enemies by Wayne S. Smith
    2. Intervention on Trial by Paul Ramshaw and Tom Steer
    3. Nicaragua and the United States by Andrew C. Kimmens
    4. Costa Rica Before Coffee by Lowell Gudmundson
    5. The Cost of Conquest by Linda A. Newson
    6. Forging Peace by Richard R. Fagen
    7. The Soviet Union Under Gorbachev by Martin McCauley
    8. Gorbachev by Zhores A. Medvedev
    9. Western Europe and the Crisis in U.S.-Soviet Relations by Richard H. Ullman and Mario Zucconi
    10. Alexander Kerensky: The First Love of the Revolution by Richard Abraham
    Current History, December 1987, p. 429