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Foreign Affairs Magazine, April 1978 by William P. Bundy56.3
Foreign Affairs Magazine, Winter 1978/79 by William P. Bundy57.2
Foreign Affairs Magazine, Summer 1979 by William P. Bundy57.5
Foreign Affairs Magazine, Winter 1980/81 by William P. Bundy59.2
Foreign Affairs Magazine, Fall 1982: The Middle East: A Turning Point? by William P. Bundy61.1
Foreign Affairs Magazine, Fall 1984 by William G. Hyland63.1
Foreign Affairs Magazine, Summer 1985 by William G. Hyland63.5
Foreign Affairs Magazine, Fall 1985 by William G. Hyland64.1
Foreign Affairs Magazine, Winter 1985/86 by William G. Hyland64.2
Foreign Affairs Magazine: America and the World 1988 by William G. Hyland68.1
Foreign Affairs Magazine, Spring 1990 by Council on Foreign Relations69.2
Foreign Affairs Magazine, Winter 1990/91 by Council on Foreign Relations69.5
Foreign Affairs Magazine, Winter 1991/92 by Council on Foreign Relations70.5
Foreign Affairs Magazine, America and the World 1992 by Council on Foreign Relations71.1
Foreign Affairs Magazine, Summer 1992 by William G. Hyland71.3
Foreign Affairs Magazine, Winter 1992/93 by Council on Foreign Relations71.5
Foreign Affairs Magazine, May/June 1995 by Foreign Affairs74.3
Foreign Affairs Magazine, March/April 1997 by James F. Jr. (editor) Hoge76.2
Foreign Affairs Magazine, September/October 1997 by James F. Hoge Jr.76.5
Foreign Affairs Magazine, November/December 1997 by Foreign Affairs76.6
Foreign Affairs Magazine, July/August 1998 by James F. Hoge Jr.77.4
Foreign Affairs Magazine, March/April 1999 by Foreign Affairs78.2
Foreign Affairs Magazine, July/August 1999 by Foreign Affairs78.4
Foreign Affairs Magazine, January/February 2001 by James F. Hoge80.1
Foreign Affairs Magazine, May/June 2001 by Council on Foreign Relations80.3
Foreign Affairs Magazine, July/August 2001 by Foreign Affairs80.4
Foreign Affairs Magazine, September/October 2001: The World Bank's Mission Creep by James F. Hoge Jr.80.5
Foreign Affairs Magazine, November/December 2001 by James F. Hoge80.6
Foreign Affairs Magazine, January/February 2002 by Jr. James F. Hoge81.1
Foreign Affairs Magazine, July/August 2002: American Primacy by James F. Hoge Jr.81.4
Foreign Affairs Magazine, September/October 2002 by James F. Hoge81.5
Foreign Affairs Magazine, November/December 2002 by Jr. James F. Hoge81.6
Foreign Affairs Magazine, January/February 2003 by James F. Hoge82.1
Foreign Affairs Magazine, March/April 2003 by Foreign Affairs82.2
Foreign Affairs Magazine, May/June 2003 by Foreign Affairs82.3
Foreign Affairs Magazine, July/August 2003 by James F. Hoge82.4
Foreign Affairs Magazine, September/October 2003 by Foreign Affairs82.5
Foreign Affairs Magazine, November/December 2003 by Foreign Affairs82.6
Foreign Affairs Magazine, January/February 2004 by Foreign Affairs83.1
Foreign Affairs Magazine, March/April 2004 by Foreign Affairs83.2
Foreign Affairs Magazine, May/June 2004 by Foreign Affairs83.3
Foreign Affairs Magazine, July/August 2004 by Foreign Affairs83.4
Foreign Affairs Magazine, September/October 2004 by Foreign Affairs83.5
Foreign Affairs Magazine, November/December 2004: Iraq and U. S. Legitimacy by James F. Hoge Jr.83.6
Foreign Affairs Magazine, January/February 2005 by Foreign Affairs84.1
Foreign Affairs Magazine, March/April 2005 by Foreign Affairs84.2
Foreign Affairs Magazine, May/June 2005 by James F. Hoge Jr.84.3
Foreign Affairs Magazine, July/August 2005 by Foreign Affairs84.4
Foreign Affairs Magazine, September/October 200584.5
Foreign Affairs Magazine, November/December 2005 by Foreign Affairs84.6
Foreign Affairs Magazine, January/February 2006 by Jan/ Feb 200685.1
Foreign Affairs Magazine, March/April 2006: Iraq, Then & Now by Foreign Affairs85.2
Foreign Affairs, May/June 2006: Saddam's Delusions by Foreign Affairs85.3
Foreign Affairs Magazine, July/August 2006: The Rise of India by Foreign Affairs85.4
Foreign Affairs Magazine, September/October 2006 by Foreign Affairs85.5
Foreign Affairs Magazine, November/December 2006 by Foreign Affairs85.6
Foreign Affairs Magazine, May/June 2007: Is America in Decline? by Jr. James F. Hoge86.3
Foreign Affairs Magazine, July/August 2007: Campaign 2008: America's Next Foreign Policy by James F. Hoge86.4
Foreign Affairs Magazine, September/October 2007: Campaign 2008 Part II by James F. Hoge Jr.86.5
Foreign Affairs Magazine, March/April 2008 by Jr. James F. Hoge87.2
Foreign Affairs Magazine, July/August 2008 by Jr. James F. Hoge87.4
Foriegn Affairs Magazine, November/December 2008 by Jr. James F. Hoge87.6
Foreign Affairs Magazine, January/February 2009: Financial Fallout by Foreign Affairs88.1
Foreign Affairs Magazine, May/June 2009 by Foreign Affairs88.3
Foreign Affairs Magazine, July/August 2009 by Foreign Affairs88.4
Foreign Affairs Magazine, January/February 2010: The New population Bomb by Foreign Affairs89.1
Foreign Affairs Magazine, March/April 2010: After Iran Gets the Bomb by Foreign Affairs89.2
Foreign Affairs Magazine, May/June 2010: China's Grand Map by Foreign Affairs89.3
Foreign Affairs Magazine, July/August 2010 by Foreign Affairs89.4

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