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G. F. Hudson

G. F. Hudson

An Apologia for Adolf Hitler1 It was Inevitable that sooner or later some historian should produce a serious apologia for Hitler. This has now arrived, but...

In a letter to Dr. Konrad Adenauer some time before his own trip to the United States, Premier Khrushchev warned the Federal German Chancellor against...

G. F. Hudson, of St. Antony’s College, Oxford, here examines the alternatives for Western diplomacy in the Berlin crisis. _____________     In the nine and a half...

On December 16, 1949, two and a half months after the inauguration in Peking of the “Central People’s Government of the Chinese People’s Republic,” Mao...

The political upheaval in the Middle East, touched off by the military coup in Iraq, has once more focused public attention on the danger of...

All but ten years have now passed since the commencement of the Soviet blockade of West Berlin. That was a crisis which involved the Soviet...

Soviet Communism and German National Socialism as systems of political power both took the world by surprise. In 1914 nobody anticipated such developments in human...

A Year has passed since Khrushchev by his speech to the closed session of the 20th Congress of the Soviet Communist party hurled the image...

The events in Egypt and Hungary have brought into focus as an issue in Indian politics the “double standard” which Nehru has long maintained in...

Intervention & Non-Intervention by G. F. Hudson China and Soviet Russia. By Henry Wei. Van Nostrand. 379 pp. $7.75. Dr. Wei’s book covers the history of Sino-Soviet relations...

When the news broke last year that Egypt was to receive arms from the Soviet bloc the comment of one British observer with long experience...

The two articles here published may do something to brace minds disappointed in the results of the Genevan conference of foreign ministers. The point they...