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Peter J. Fliess • 13 Items / 3 Books, 10 Reviews
International Relations in the Bipolar World (1968)
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    Recent Books on International Relations (20 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. The Essence of Security by Robert S. McNamara
    2. Political Order in Changing Societies by Samuel P. Huntington
    3. Alliances and Small Powers by Robert L. Rothstein
    4. Progress, Coexistence, and Intellectual Freedom by Andrei D. Sakharov
    5. The UN and the Middle East Crisis, 1967 by Arthur Lall
    6. The New Nationalism by Louis L. Snyder
    7. Neutralization and World Politics by Cyril E. Black, Richard A. Falk, and Klaus Knorr, ...
    8. Theory and Reality in Public International Law by Charles de Visscher
    9. International Law and Political Crisis by Lawrence Scheinman and David A. Wilkinson
    10. Democracy in a Revolutionary Era by Harvey Wheeler
    11. Conditions of World Order by Stanley Hoffmann
    12. The United Nations Political System by David A. Kay
    13. Theory of International Relations by Abdul A. Said
    14. Peacekeeping: International Challenge and Canadian Response by Alastair MacDonald Taylor, David Cox, and J.L. Granatstein, ...
    15. International Communication and the New Diplomacy by Arthur S. Hoffman
    16. International Relations in the Bipolar World by Peter J. Fliess
    17. Intervention and Revolution by Richard J. Barnet
    18. The Philby Conspiracy by Bruce Page, David Leitch, and Phillip Knightley
    19. An Encyclopedia of World History by William L. Langer
    20. Documents on American Foreign Relations, 1967 by Richard P. Stebbins and Elaine P. Adam
    Foreign Affairs, January 1969, pp. 387-388