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Pierre Renouvin • 10 Items / 8 Books, 1 Article, 1 Review
World War II and Its Origins (1968)
International Relations, 1929-1945
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    In Brief (2 Reviews)
    The Trouble with Lawyers, by Murray Teigh Bloom
    1. The Trouble with Lawyers by Murray Teigh Bloom
    2. World War II and Its Origins by Pierre Renouvin
    Commonweal, April 11, 1969, pp. 125-128
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    Recent Books on International Relations (19 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. History of the Cold War, Vol. II by Andre Fontaine
    2. A Long Row of Candles by C.L. Sulzberger
    3. The Politics of Peace-Keeping by Alan James
    4. Yield of the Years: An Autobiography by Dexter Perkins
    5. How to Control the Military by John Kenneth Galbraith
    6. Gifts and Nations by Wilton S. Dillon
    7. The Roots of American Foreign Policy by Gabriel Kolko
    8. Toward Disengagement in Asia by Bernard K. Gordon
    9. The Atlantic Alliance by John Jay McCloy
    10. On Borrowed Time by Leonard Mosley
    11. World War II and Its Origins by Pierre Renouvin
    12. Political Problems of Atlantic Partnership by William C. Cromwell, Nigel Forman, and Joseph Joffe, ...
    13. The First Summit by Theodore A. Wilson
    14. Theory and Research on the Causes of War by Dean G. Pruitt and Richard C. Snyder
    15. Diplomatic Correspondent by Thomas Barman
    16. Hitler's Plot to Kill the Big Three by Laslo Havas
    17. The Treaty Trap by Laurence W. Beilenson
    18. Versailles and the Ruhr by Royal J. Schmidt
    19. The United Nations Economic and Social Council by Walter R. Sharp
    Foreign Affairs, October 1969, pp. 180-181
  3. Books Received
    Politics History Economics (19 Reviews)
    The Active Society, by Amitai Etzioni
    1. The Active Society by Amitai Etzioni
    2. The Age of Discontinuity by Peter F. Drucker
    3. Behavorialism in Political Science by Heinz Eulau
    4. Computers and the Policy-making Community by Davis B. Bobrow and Judah L. Schwartz
    5. The Democratic Experience by Reinhold Niebuhr and Paul E. Sigmund
    6. The Ecumenical Movement in World Affairs by Darril Hudson
    7. Experiences by Arnold J. Toynbee
    8. International Law by Richard N. Swift
    9. International Relations by Norman D. Palmer and Howard C. Perkins
    10. The Law of Nations by J.E.S. Fawcett
    11. Major Legal Systems in the World Today by Rene David and John E.C. Brierly
    12. Men Who Play God by Norman Moss
    13. Of Powers and Their Politics by Arthur Lee Burns
    14. On Escalation: Metaphors and Scenarios by Herman Kahn
    15. Systems, States, Diplomacy, and Rules by J.W. Burton
    16. Technocracy by Jean Meynaud
    17. Treaties and Alliances of the World
    18. The Treaty Trap by Laurence W. Beilenson
    19. World War II and Its Origins by Pierre Renouvin
    Orbis, Spring 1969, pp. 373-375