In this sequel to his "U. S. Foreign Policy" Mr. Lippmann projects his analysis into the future. He finds that by the logic of history and geography there exist -- already in being or potentially -- four regional orbits: Atlantic, Russian, Chinese and Hindu-Moslem. He is especially emphatic on the necessity for the Atlantic Community (North America and western Europe) to refrain from fratricidal war. He also envisages a Universal Society, but not a world government. His rejection of the latter is categorical, and with his rejection he delivers an attack on Woodrow Wilson and "Wilsonianism."