We present in this issue two articles on U.S. foreign policy, the first by Herrymon Maurer, focusing on the China problem, the second an analysis...

Communism in Asia Collision of East and West. by Herrymon Maurer. Introduction by Hu Shih. Regnery. 352 pp. $4.50. The State of Asia: A Contemporary Survey. by Lawrence K. Rosinger...

In The present conflict within the democratic world over the question of how best to meet Communist aggression in Asia, no single element has been...

The intervention of the Chinese Communists in the Korean war has faced the United Nations with the necessity of making grave decisions on a matter...

Karl A. Wittfogel, who here tries to outline the basic long-range realities that should guide American policy in Asia, is professor of Chinese history at...

The outbreak of war in Korea, and the general heightening of tension and conflict in the Far East and other socially backward areas, have given...

The Communist conquest of China has been the occasion for an intense re-evaluation of our responsibilities—and opportunities—in all of Asia. Here, Sidney Hertzberg describes the...

Chinese Melting Pot Peony By Pearl Buck. New York, John Day, 1940. 312 pp. $3.00.   Liberalism’s kindliest error is its overanxious leap from the concrete to the general. Concreteness...

In times when the month—by—month march of events is of such a character as to give little comfort to the hopes of men in general,...

Sidney Hertzberg seeks in this regular dement to provide a fair and impartial report of important trends on world affairs in their implications for Jews....