Foreign Affairs - Spring 1993 Volume 72, No. 2

By: Hoge, James F. Jr. (Ed)

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195 pages; Near Fine condition. No reading creases. Soft bump to front cover's bottom corner. Solid, clean. An excellent gift! From Foreign Affairs history. William Hyland, editor from 1984 to 1992, tells the story that, when he showed the issue in its case to Mikhail Gorbachev, speaking in 1989 at the Council, Gorby reacted quickly to the mention of Radek that he was a traitor. Stalin’s ghost lives on. So does Coolidge’s emphasis on articles about Russia. Over the next forty-five years as Armstrong proudly noted in his memoir, Peace and Counterpeace, the magazine printed no less that 248 such articles, surely far more than any other non-specialist publication in the West. This issue takes a look at Reducing Nuclear Danger written by McGeorge Bundy, William F. Crowe, Jr. And Sidney Drell; Is Islam a Threat? No: Leon T. Hadar Yes: Judith Miller; Russia's Trials 2 articles by Shafiqul Islam and Kyril Tidmarsh; Secrets of Castro's Staying Power by Jorge I. Dominquez; Fate of the Kurds, France in Search of Security and Salvaging the G-7. Interviews and Comments and Book Reviews. Trade Paperback.

Title: Foreign Affairs - Spring 1993 Volume 72, No. 2

Author Name: Hoge, James F. Jr. (Ed)

Categories: Political Science,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: NY, Council On Foreign Relations: 1993

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 16851

Keywords: Political Science,