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  1.  
    The Social Theory of Georg Simmel (1925) by Nicholas J. Spykman
    2 Reviews
  2.  
    Geography and Foreign Power, I by Nicholas J. Spykman, pp. 28-50
    American Political Science Review, February 1938
  3.  
    Geography and Foreign Policy, II by Nicholas J. Spykman, pp. 213-236
    American Political Science Review, April 1938
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    Book Reviews
       [+] Review Geographic Aspects of International Relations, by Charles C. Colby --- by Nicholas J. Spykman,, pp. 1192-1194
    1. Geographic Aspects of International Relations by Charles C. Colby
    American Political Science Review, December 1938
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    Book Reviews
       [+] Review L'Europe et la Question Coloniale, by Gilbert Maroger --- by Nicholas J. Spykman,, p. 515
    1. L'Europe et la Question Coloniale by Gilbert Maroger
    American Political Science Review, June 1939
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    Geographic Objectives in Foreign Policy, I by Nicholas J. Spykman and Abbie A. Rollins, pp. 391-410
    American Political Science Review, June 1939
  7.  
    Geographic Objectives in Foreign Policy, II by Nicholas J. Spykman and Abbie A. Rollins, pp. 591-614
    American Political Science Review, August 1939
  8.  
    Book Reviews
       [+] Review The Earth and the State, by Derwent S. Whittlesey --- by Nicholas J. Spykman,, pp. 590-591
    1. The Earth and the State by Derwent S. Whittlesey
    American Political Science Review, June 1940
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    Book Reviews
       [+] Review International Boundaries, by S. Whittemore Boggs --- by Nicholas J. Spykman,, pp. 1016-1017
    1. International Boundaries by S. Whittemore Boggs
    American Political Science Review, October 1940
  10.  
    America's Strategy in World Politics (1941) by Nicholas John Spykman
    The United States and the Balance of Power
    3 Reviews
  11.  
    Near and Far Eastern History
       [+] Review The Dutch East Indies: Its Government, Problems an..., by Amry Vandenbosch --- by Nicholas J. Spykman,, p. 871
    1. The Dutch East Indies: Its Government, Problems and Politics by Amry Vandenbosch
    The American Historical Review, July 1942
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    Reviews
       [+] 2 Reviews Geopolitics: The Struggle for Space and Power, by Robert Strausz-Hupe, ... --- by Nicholas John Spykman,, pp. 598-600
      Political Science Quarterly, December 1942
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      The Geography of the Peace (1944) by Nicholas John Spykman
      3 Reviews
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