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The Foreign Affairs editors pick their top books of the year.

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The Marshall D. Shulman Professor Emeritus at Columbia University selects the most important books on Eastern Europe and Former Soviet Republics reviewed during the last year. Here are his reviews, culled from recent issues of the magazine.

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The professor in the Department of Government at Cornell University selects the most important books on Africa reviewed during the last year.

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The Class of 1919 Professor of Political Science at Columbia University selects the most important books on Asia reviewed during the last year.

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The William Stewart Tod Professor of Politics and International Affairs emeritus at Princeton University selects the most important books on the Middle East reviewed during the last year. Here are his reviews, culled from recent issues of the magazine.

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The Albert G. Milbank Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University selects the most important books on political and legal topics reviewed during the last year.

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The professor of politics and international affairs at Princeton University selects the most important books on Western Europe reviewed during the last year.

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The professor of international political economy and chair of the Global Leadership Institute at the University of California San Diego selects the most important books on the Western Hemisphere reviewed during the last year.

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The professor of War Studies at King's College, London selects the most important books on military, scientific, and technological topics reviewed during the last year.

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The James Clarke Chace Professor of Foreign Affairs and Humanities at Bard College and editor-at-large of The American Interest selects the most important books on the United States reviewed during the last year.

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