The fifth and, regrettably, last in the Foreign Affairs Bibliography series prepared under the auspices of the Council on Foreign Relations, this volume constitutes a superb and irreplaceable reference work in the field of international relations. Divided into three major sections (General International Relations, The World Since 1914, and The World by Regions), and exhaustively researched, it contains annotated references to 11,000 works in the major European and non-European languages. We are all in Mr. Kreslins' debt.
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