Foreign Governments: The Dynamics of Politics Abroad

Foreign Governments: The Dynamics of Politics Abroad

Foreign Governments: The Dynamics of Politics Abroad

Foreign Governments: The Dynamics of Politics Abroad

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Mario Einaudi, a research fellow of the Rockefeller Foundation in 1927-29, is professor of government at Cornell University. He has been a faculty member of the University of Messina (Italy), Harvard University, and Fordham University. His principal fields of teaching are comparative government and political theory. His books include a study of the political thought of Edmund Burke (1930) and the Physiocratic Doctrine of Judicial Control (1938). He is a frequent contributor to such journals as Foreign Affairs, Review of Politics, Social Research, and American Political Science Review. He has recently returned from an extended field investigation of Western Europe.

Professor Andrew Gyorgy is a member of the Department of Political Science of Yale University. A research fellow of the Rockefeller Foundation in 1938, he has taught also at the University of California and the University of New Hampshire, specializing in comparative government and international relations, with particular emphasis on Eastern Europe. He is the author of Geopolitics: The New German Science (1944), Governments of Danubian Europe (1949), and several contributions to periodicals devoted to his fields of interest. During World War II he served as instructor in various area training courses administered under auspices of the War Department, especially at the Infantry School, where he was stationed. He has traveled widely in Eastern Europe.

John N. Hazard, a fellow of the Institute of Current World Affairs at the Moscow Juridical Institute from 1935 to 1937, is professor of public law and a member of the staff of the Russian Institute at Columbia University, where he gives particular attention to Soviet political and administrative institutions. He has formerly been on the faculties of the University of Chicago and the School of Advanced International Studies. In addition to Soviet Housing Law (1939), his numerous writings have been published in such works as A Foreign Policy for the United States (ed. Quincy Wright, 1947) and professional journals like Columbia Law Review, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, and International Journal (Canada). In World War II he served as Deputy Director, USSR Branch, Office of Lend Lease Administration and successor agencies, and later as adviser on state trading to the Department of State. He revisited the Soviet Union toward the end of the war.

Professor Henry P. Jordan is a member of the Department of Government of New York University. He has been associated with Carleton College, the University of Colorado, Queens College, the University of Puerto Rico, and Rutgers University. His main fields of teaching are comparative government and political philosophy; Latin American affairs and international postwar problems have claimed much of his professional interest. He is the editor of Problems of Postwar Reconstruction (1942), to which he contributed the chapter on hemisphere policy as implemented by economics. His section on international law and rela-

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