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Foreign Affairs Winter 1989/90 Volume 68, No.5

By: Hyland, William G. (Ed)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: NY, Council On Foreign Relations: 1989

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 16839

Condition: Near Fine


236 pages; Near Fine condition. No creases. Spine lightly sunned. Solid, clean. This issue features Post-Communist Nationalism by Zbigniew Brzezinski; Gorbachev's Politics by Jerry F. Hough and other articles on Germany, Japan, After the Thatcher Decade, Israel's Dilemma, Post-Khomeini Iran, The Fragmentation of Afghanistan, Chili's Return to Democracy and Dwindling Options in Panama. Trade Paperback. View more info

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

By: Hyland, William G. (Ed)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: NY, Council On Foreign Relations: 1991

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 16841

Condition: Very Good


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 t... View more info

Foreign Affairs - America & the World - 1991/92 - Volume 71 No 1, 1992

By: Hyland, William G. (Ed)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: NY, Council On Foreign Relations: 1992

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 16842

Condition: Near Fine


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... View more info

Foreign Affairs - Spring 1992 - Volume 71, No. 2

By: Hyland, William G. (Ed)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: NY, Council On Foreign Relations: 1992

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 16848

Condition: Near Fine


224 pages; Near Fine condition. No reading creases. Soft bump to top and bottom front corners. Solid, clean. An excellent gift! This issue has articles on Russia from Andrei Kozyrev, Jade Wanniski and Kenneth Adelman and Norman R. Augustine. Articles concerning American Foreign Policy, New Concert of Powers, What New World Order? The U. S. Japan Alliance. And other articles. Trade Paperback. View more info

Foreign Affairs 70th Anniversary 1922-1992, Fall 1992, Volume 71 No 4

By: Hyland, William G. (Ed)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: NY, Council On Foreign Relations: 1992

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 16849

Condition: Fine


220 pages; Fine condition. No creases. Solid, clean. An excellent gift! From Foreign Affairs history. This issue celebrates 70 years, with pictures and Foreign Affairs at 70 by William G. Hyland; Foreign Policy After the Election by Daniel Yankelovich; The Post-Cold War President by Theodore C. Sorensen; The Cold War and Its Aftermath by Zbigniew Brzezinski; From Sarajevo to Sarajevo by Charles Gati and six others. Recent Books on International Relations. Trade Paperback. View more info

Foreign Affairs - Summer 1992 Volume 71, No 3

By: Hyland, William G. (Ed)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: NY, Council On Foreign Relations: 1992

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Seller ID: 16850

Condition: Near Fine


195 pages; Near Fine condition. No creases. Just a bit of shelf rub to edges. Solid, clean. An excellent gift! From Foreign Affairs history. This issue takes a look at Foreign policy and the 1992 Election - A Republican Looks at Foreign Policy and A Democrat Looks at Foreign Policy By Norman J. Ornstein, James A. Leach and Lee H. Hamilton, respectively. David L. Boren gives us The Intelligence Community, and Ernest R. May, Intelligence Reform. Other articles concern America and the Post-Soviet Republics, The Ukrainian Factor, Central Asian Independence, Islam and Democracy and A Second Italian... View more info