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United States Foreign Policy and Ireland: From Empire to Independence, 1913-29

Continuing Controversies Over State and Local Foreign Policy Sanctions in the United States

Central Asia's New States: Independence, Foreign Policy and Regional Security. By Martha Brill Olcott. Washington, D.C.: United States Institute of Peace Press, 1996. 202 pp. $19.95 paper

Ruttan, Vernon W. United States Development Assistance Policy: The Domestic Politics of Foreign Economic Aid. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996, 657 pp., $65.00

United States Foreign Policy towards Cambodia, 1977–92: A Question of Realities. By Christopher Brady. (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1999. xxvi, 227 pp. $65.00, ISBN 0-312-22021-9.)

The Middle East in the American Quest for World Order: Ideas of Power, Economics, and Social Development in United States Foreign Policy, 1953–1961. By Jarmo Oikarinen. (Helsinki: Suomen Historiallinen Seura, 1999. 277 pp. ISBN 951-710-117-1.)

Ian Mugridge. The View from Xanadu: William Randolph Hearst and United States Foreign Policy. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. 1995. Pp. x, 220. Cloth $44.95, paper $17.95

The View from Xanadu: William Randolph Hearst and United States Foreign Policy. By Ian Mugridge. (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1995. x, 220 pp. Cloth, $44.95, ISBN 0-7735-1281-0. Paper, $17.95, ISBN 0-7735-1295-0.)

John F. Kennedy und der Kalte Krieg: Die Aussenpolitik der USA und die Grenzen der Glaubwürdigkeit (John F. Kennedy and the Cold War: The foreign policy of the United States and the limits of credibility). By Harald Biermann. (Paderborn: Ferdinand Schöningh, 1997. 305 pp. DM 68.00, ISBN 3-506-77504-9.) In German

 

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