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Stefan Korbonski • 6 Items / 5 Books, 1 Article
Warsaw in Chains (1959)
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    International Law, Organization, and Politics (2 Reviews)
    Allied Wartime Diplomacy: A Pattern in Poland, by Edward J. Rozek
    1. Allied Wartime Diplomacy: A Pattern in Poland by Edward J. Rozek
    2. Warsaw in Chains by Stefan Korbonski
    American Political Science Review, March 1960, p. 289
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    Received At Our Desk (4 Reviews)
    Dream and Reality, by Louis J. Halle
    1. Dream and Reality by Louis J. Halle
    2. The Soviet Union and the Middle East by Walter Z. Laqueur
    3. Protracted Conflict by Robert Strausz-Hupe, William R. Kintner, and James E. Dougherty, ...
    4. Warsaw in Chains by Stefan Korbonski
    Current History, November 1959, pp. 307-308
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    Recent Books on International Relations (16 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union
    1. Friends and Enemies by Adlai E. Stevenson
    2. My Russian Journey by Santha Rama Rau
    3. The Privilege Was Mine by Zinaida Schakovskoy
    4. The Soviet Cultural Scene, 1956-1957 by Walter Z. Laqueur and George Lichtheim
    5. Pattern for Soviet Youth by Ralph Talcott Fisher, Jr.
    6. God and the Soviets by Marcus Bach
    7. Soviet Space Science by Ario A. Shternfeld
    8. Modern Russian Historiography by Anatole G. Mazour
    9. Seven Roads to Moscow by W.G.F. Jackson
    10. Law in Eastern Europe by Zsolt Szirmai
    11. In the Shadow of Russia by Nicholas Halasz
    12. The Absent Countries of Europe
    13. Warsaw in Chains by Stefan Korbonski
    14. The Soviet-Yugoslav Controversy, 1948-1958 by Robert Bass and Elizabeth Marbury
    15. Slovenia in European Affairs by John A. Arnez
    16. American Aid to Greece by C.A. Munkman
    Foreign Affairs, July 1959, pp. 692-693