Foreign Affairs Summer 1991 Volume 70, N0. 3, 1991

By: Hyland, William G. (Ed)

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193 pages; Very Good condition. No creases. A faint small stain to front cover. Solid, otherwise clean. The Council on Foreign Relations began in New York in 1922. Editor James F. Hoge, Jr. A daily guide to the most influential analysis from the Council on Foreign Relations, publisher of Foreign Affairs. Foreign Affairs is published five times a year. This issue features The Roots of American Power by Robert D. Hormats, The China Problem by Michel Oksenberg, Yugoslavia by V. P. Gagnon, Jr. , The New Arabia by James E. Atkins, Kurdish Independence (1946) by William Linn Westermann; Moscow and the Gulf War; America's Stake in the Soviet Future: The Caribbean in the 21st Century; and, Population Change and National Security. Trade Paperback.

Title: Foreign Affairs Summer 1991 Volume 70, N0. 3, 1991

Author Name: Hyland, William G. (Ed)

Categories: Political Science,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: NY, Council On Foreign Relations: 1991

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 16841

Keywords: Political Science,