New York, NY: Council on Foreign Relations, Inc., 1957. Presumed first edition/first printing thus. Wraps. ,173-378, 6 p. Recent books on International Relations. Source Material. From Wikipedia: "Foreign Affairs is an American journal of international relations and U.S. foreign policy. Published six times annually since 1922 by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), a private-sector group established in New York City in 1921, its mission is to promote understanding of foreign policy and America's role in the world. The Council on Foreign Relations was originally composed of 75 members of mainly academic and professional backgrounds. In its first year, the Council sought discourse mainly in meetings at its headquarters in New York City. However, the members of the Council wished to seek a wider audience, and, as a result, began publishing Foreign Affairs in September 1922. The Council named Professor Archibald Cary Coolidge of Harvard University as the journal's first editor. As Coolidge was unwilling to move from Boston to New York, Hamilton Fish Armstrong a Princeton alumnus and a European correspondent of the New York Evening Post (now known as the New York Post) was appointed as a co-editor and was sent to work in New York to handle the mechanical work of publishing the journal." Condition: Fair. Cover worn, torn, chipped, and separated.
Keywords: Paul-Henri Spaak; Robert Bruce Lockhart; Louis Marton; Russian Revolution; Presidential Campaigns; Limited War; Cold War; Viet Nam; Trust Territories; Atomic Bomb