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226 pages; Near Fine condition. Spine lightly sunned. Solid, 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 by the publisher of Foreign Affairs. Foreign Affairs is published five times a year. This issue is titled with "American and the World 1991/1992." The End of the Soviet Union is featured, by Michael Mandelbaum. Also there are nine other articles titled: America's Missed Opportunities; Order and Disorder in the New World; The Case for Pragmatism; Post-Victory Blues; Watershed in the Middle East; The New Europe; The United States and Asia; ; Collapsing Cuba; and, Remembering Africa. Trade Paperback.