Planning Foreign Policy: Can it Be Done?
LINCOLN BLOOMFIELD reviews the experience of policy planning staffs in the United States State Department and in foreign governments and sharply questions their effectiveness. Bloomfield concludes with suggestions for how to improve the incorporation of long-range thinking into foreign policy making.
Stemming the Tide: Arms Control in the Johnson Years, Glenn T. Seaborg and Benjamin S. Loeb Reviewed by Lincoln P. Bloomfield
American Foreign Policy: The Lost Consensus, George H. Quester Reviewed by Lincoln P. Bloomfield
Security in the Nuclear Age: Developing U.S. Strategic Arms Policy, Jerome H. Kahan ; Nuclear Weapons and International Behavior, Henry T. Nash Reviewed by Lincoln P. Bloomfield
Deterrence in American Foreign Policy: Theory and Practice, Alexander L. George and Richard Smoke Reviewed by Lincoln P. Bloomfield more by this author
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