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Guy Wint • 14 Items / 8 Books, 1 Article, 5 Reviews
Common Sense About China (1961)
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    Recent Books on International Relations (26 Reviews)
    General: Political, Military and Legal
    1. Countdown for Decision by John B. Medaris and Arthur Gordon
    2. Sea Power: A Naval History by E.B. Potter and Chester W. Nimitz
    3. The Economics of Defense in the Nuclear Age by Charles J. Hitch and Roland N. McKean
    4. Deterrent or Defense by B.H. Liddell Hart
    5. American Strategy for the Nuclear Age by Walter F. Hahn and John C. Neff
    6. Fights, Games, and Debates by Anatol Rapoport
    7. American Might and Soviet Myth by Jameson G. Campaigne
    8. On Alien Rule and Self-Government by John Plamenatz
    9. The Diplomacy of Appeasement by Arthur H. Furnia
    10. America and the Russo-Finnish War by Andrew J. Schwartz
    11. Elections Abroad by David E. Butler
    12. Elections in Developing Countries by T.E. Smith
    13. The Rebels by Brian Crozier
    14. A History of Socialist Thought, Vol. I by G.D.H. Cole
    15. The Unfinished Revolution by Adam B. Ulam
    16. Marxism: The View from America by Clinton Rossiter
    17. How United Nations Decisions Are Made by John G. Hadwen and Johan Kaufmann
    18. The Nuremberg Trials in International Law by Robert K. Woetzel
    19. The East and West Must Meet
    20. Common Sense About Russia by Robert Conquest
    21. Common Sense About China by Guy Wint
    22. Common Sense About Africa by Anthony Sampson
    23. Common Sense About India by K.M. Panikkar
    24. Common Sense About the Arab World by Erskine B. Childers
    25. Survey of International Affairs, 1955-1956 by Geoffrey Barraclough and Rachel F. Wall
    26. Documents on International Affairs, 1957 by Noble Frankland and Vera King
    Foreign Affairs, January 1961, pp. 319-321