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Kenneth M. Jensen • 3 Items / 2 Books, 1 Review
Origins of the Cold War (1991)
The Novikov, Kennan, and Roberts 'Long Telegrams' of 1946 : With Three New Co...
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    War Studies (8 Reviews)
    Communication Satellites, by Heather E. Hudson
    1. Communication Satellites by Heather E. Hudson
    2. On Not Confusing Ourselves by Andrew W. Marshall, J.J. Martin, and Henry S. Rowen, ...
    3. Origins of the Cold War by Kenneth M. Jensen
    4. Planning in Wartime by Alec Cairncross
    5. Shooting Blanks by James F. Dunnigan and Albert A. Nofi
    6. Strategic Intelligence for American National Security by Bruce D. Berkowitz and Allan E. Goodman
    7. To Shining Sea by Stephen Howarth
    8. The Transformation of War by Martin Van Creveld
    Orbis, Fall 1991, pp. 610-613
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    The United States
    1. Origins of the Cold War by Kenneth M. Jensen
    2. The Churchill-Eisenhower Correspondence, 1953-1955 by Peter G. Boyle, Winston Churchill, and Dwight D. Eisenhower, ...
    3. Reagan and Thatcher by Geoffrey Smith
    4. The Voice of America by Holly Cowan Shulman
    5. The NSC Staff by Christopher C. Shoemaker
    6. Sleepwalking Through History by Haynes Johnson
    7. The Next Century by David Halberstam
    8. One of Us by Tom Wicker
    9. George Ball, Vietnam, and the Rethinking of Containment by David L. Di Leo
    10. Faces of Internationalism by Eugene R. Wittkopf
    11. The Idea Brokers by James Allen Smith#2
    12. American Anti-Communism by M.J. Heale
    13. The Culture of the Cold War by Stephen J. Whitfield
    14. Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., American by Benjamin O. Davis, Jr.
    15. The Cardinal in the Chancery and Other Recollections by Alfred Puhan
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1991, pp. 167-169