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  Volume 4, Number 2, Summer-Fall 1984

Table of Contents

From: SAIS Review

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Articles

Symbolic Politics and Foreign Affairs: Past and Present

pp. 1-12
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The Open Door for Reagan

pp. 13-24
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Americans and War: Crisis and Action

pp. 25-41
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Interview: Lawrence Eagleburger with Philip Geyelin

pp. 43-63
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Egypto-centrism in Israeli Strategic Planning: The "Peace for Galilee" Operation

pp. 65-76
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The Peace Movement and the "Two Europes"

pp. 77-91
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East-West Trade and Technology Transfer: Toward a Policy of Nonmilitary Free Trade

pp. 93-104
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Let Poland Be Hungary?: Fact versus Fiction in Poland

pp. 105-120
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Economic Relations between South Africa and Black Africa

pp. 121-133
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Canadian Policies on Direct Foreign Investment: The Issues behind the Legislation

pp. 135-148
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Managing the Decline of the Corporate Sector

pp. 149-168
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Economics, Ideology, and the World Economy

pp. 169-180
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The Modern Olympiad: A Clash of Ideologies

pp. 181-192
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Asymmetrical States and Global Geopolitical Equilibrium

pp. 193-212
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Geography and Foreign Policy

pp. 213-227
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The Commitment of Power: Avoiding Failure

pp. 229-237
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Book Reviews

South Africa in Southern Africa: The Intensifying Vortex of Violence, and: South Africa: Lost Opportunities, and: Southern Africa and Western Security (review)

pp. 239-244
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NATO's Nuclear Dilemmas, and: Alliance Security: NATO and the No First Use Question, and: Conventional Deterrence in Europe: Proposals for the 1980s (review)

pp. 245-249
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South Asian Security after Afghanistan, and: The Afghan Syndrome: How to Live with Soviet Power (review)

pp. 249-251
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The Diplomats (review)

pp. 251-257
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Correspondence

pp. 259-272
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Contents of the SAIS Review, Vols. 1-4

pp. 273-276
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Index of Authors, Vols. 1-4

pp. 277-278
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Research Areas

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