1968 China Q. i (1968)

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SOVIET AFFAIRS...
BULLETIN
This monthly publication of the Institute for the Study of the USSR in
Munich, Germany, contains short articles on current Soviet trends, reviews
of books and periodicals and a monthly chronicle of important Soviet
events. It is both a handy guide to current Soviet events and an important
reference for research work.
Twelve issues-$6.00
STUDIES ON THE SOVIET UNION
This quarterly journal of the Institute for the Study of the USSR also
deals with problems of current interest, but at greater length and in a
broader context than the Bulletin. Each issue contains carefully researched
articles by the Institute staff and by outstanding Western scholars.
Four issues--$6.00
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Mannhardtstrasse 6, 8, Munich 22, Germany
WORLD POLITICS
A Quarterly Journal of International Relations
April 1968
Political Discontinuities in the International System  Oran R. Young
Peru's Postponed Revolution                      David Chaplin
Inequality and Insurgency: A Statistical Study of
South Vietnam                                 Edward J. Mitchell
The Oligarchy Muddle                             James L. Payne
Hypotheses on Misperception                      Robert Jervis
Review Articles by Wolfram F. Hanrieder, Eric A. Nordlinger,
Charles F. Hermann, and Eugene B. Skolnikoff
One Year $7.50  . Two Years $12.50  Single Copies $2.50
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