A List of Writings by Hans J. Morgenthau

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Abbreviation
DDP: The Decline of Democratic Politics: Politics in the Twentieth Century, Volume 1 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1962).
DP: Dilemmas of Politics (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1958).
HJMP: Hans J. Morgenthau Papers (The Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.).
IAF:
The Impasse of American Foreign Policy: Politics in the Twentieth Century, Volume 2 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1962).
NFP: A New Foreign Policy for the United States (New York: Praeger, 1969).
PAP: The Purpose of American Politics (New York: Knopf, 1960).
RAP:
The Restoration of American Politics: Politics in the Twentieth Century, Volume 3 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1962).
TAP: Truth and Power: Essays of a Decade, 1960-70 (New York: Praeger, 1970).

VUS: Vietnam and the United States (Washington, D. C.: Public Affairs Press, 1965).


1928
“Die Völkerrechtlichen Ergebnisse der Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Völkerrecht,” Die Justiz: Zeitschrift für Erneuerung des Deutschen Rechtswesens, Jg. 4, H. 6 (August 1928), S. 621-624.


1929
Die internationale Rechtspflege: Ihr Wesen und ihre Grenzen (Leipzig: Robert Noske, 1929).
“Stresemann als Schöpfer der deutschen Völkerrechtspolitik,” Die Justiz: Zeitschrift für Erneuerung des Deutschen Rechtswesens, Jg. 5, H. 3 (1929), S. 169-176.


1930
“Über die Herkunft des Politischen aus dem Wesen des Menschen,” (Frankfurt am Main, 1930) MS in HJMP, Container No. 151 and 199.
“Der Selbstmord mit gutem Gewissen: Zur Kritik des Pazifismus und der neuen deutschen Kriegsphilosophie,” (Frankfurt am Main, 1930) MS in HJMP, Container No. 96.


1932
“Der Kampf der deutschen Staatslehre um die Wirklichkeit des Staats,” MS der Antirittsvorlesung an der Universität Geneva (1932) in HJMP, Container No. 110.
“Einige logische Bemerkungen zu Carl Schmitts Begriff des Politischen,” (Geneva: o. J. [1932]) MS in HJMP, Container No. 110.


1933
La Notion du ‘politique’ et la théorie des différends internationaux (Paris: Recueil Sirey, 1933).
“Die Wirklichkeit des Völkerbunds,” Neue Zürcher Zeitung (2. April, 1933), Blatt 3.
 

1934
La Réalité des normes en particulier des normes du droit international: Fondements d’une théorie des normes (Paris: Alcan, 1934).
“Über den Sinn der Wissenschaft in dieser Zeit und über die Bestimmung des Menschen,” (Geneva, 1934) MS in HJMP, Container No. 151.


1935
“Théorie des sanctions internationales,” Revue de droit international et de législation comparée, vol. 16, no. 3 (1935), pp. 474-503 et no. 4 (1935), pp. 809-836.
“Die Entstehung der Normentheorie aus dem Zusammenbruch der Ethik: Eine Untersuchung über die geistesgeschichtlichen Voraussetzungen der Normentheorie,” (Geneva, 1935) MS in HJMP, Container No. 112.
“Die Krise der metaphysischen Ethik von Kant bis Nietzsche,” (Geneva, 1935) MS in HJMP, Container No. 112.
“Derecho Internacional Publico: Introducción y Conceptos Fundamentales,” (Madrid, 1935) MS in HJMP, Container No. 121.


1936
Positivisme mal compris et théorie réaliste du droit international,
in Collección de Estudios historicos, jurídicos, pedagógicos y literarios, ofrecidas a D. Rafael Altamira y Crevea (Madrid: Bernejo, 1936) [in HJMP, Container No. 96].
“Das Problem des Rechtssystems,” (Madrid, Bozen, Paris, 1936) MS in HJMP, Container No. 199.


1937
“Kann in unserer Zeit eine objektive Moralordnung aufgestellt werden? Wenn ja, worauf kann sie gegründet werden?” (Paris, 1937) MS in HJMP 112.

“Amerikanische Außenpolitik und öffentliche Meinung,” (o. O. [New York?], o. J. [1937?]) MS in HJMP, Container No. 96.


1938
“Das Problem der amerikanischen Universität,” Neue Zürcher Zeitung (Januar 10, 1938), S. 5 [MS in HJMP, Container No. 110].
“The End of Switzerland’s ‘Differential’ Neutrality,” American Journal of International Law, vol. 32 (July 1938), pp. 558-562.

“Plans for Work,” (n. d. [November 1938?]) MS in HJMP, Container No. 31, Folder “John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, 1938-71”.


1939
“The Problem of Neutrality,” The University of Kansas City Law Review, vol. 7 (February 1939), pp. 109-128.

“The Resurrection of Neutrality in Europe,” American Political Science Review, vol. 33, no. 3 (June 1939), pp. 473-486.

“Grandeur and Decadence of Spanish Civilization,” The University Review (Kansas City), vol. 6 (October 1939), pp. 58-63 [DDP, pp. 212-219].


1940
“Positivism, Functionalism, and International Law,” American Journal of International Law, vol. 34, no. 2 (April 1940), pp. 260-284 [DP, pp. 210-235; DDP, pp. 282-307].
“Review of Book: Law, the State, and the International Community, by James Brown Scott,” Political Science Quarterly, vol. 55, no. 2 (June 1940), pp. 261-262.
“Review of Book: An Introduction to the Sociology of Law, by N. S. Timasheff,” The Yale Law Journal, vol. 49, no. 8 (June 1940), pp. 1510-1513.
“Review of Book: Making International Law Work, by George W. Keeton and Georg Schwarzenberger,” American Journal of International Law, vol. 34, no. 3 (July 1940), p. 537.
“Review of Book: The Saar Plebiscite, by Sarah Wambaugh,” American Journal of International Law, vol. 34, no. 3 (July 1940), pp. 541-542.
“Liberalism and Foreign Policy,” Lecture given at the New School for Social Research as Last of Series of Lectures on “Liberalism Today” (August 16, 1940) MS in HJMP, Container No. 168.


1941
“Report of Progress,” Year Book of the American Philosophical Society 1940 (1941), pp. 224-225.
“Sociology of Law: Editor’s Foreword,” University of Kansas City Law Review, vol. 9 (1941), pp. 61-62.
“National Socialist Doctrine of World Organization,” Proceedings of the Seventh Conference of Teachers of International Law and Related Subjects (Washington, 1941) [DDP, pp. 241-246].
“Liberalism and War,” (1941) MS in HJMP, Container No. 96.
“Professor Karl Neumeyer,” American Journal of International Law, vol. 35 (October 1941), p. 672.


1942
“Report of Progress,”
Year Book of the American Philosophical Society 1941 (1942), pp. 211-214.
“Review of Book: Law without Force, by Gerhart Niemeyer,” Iowa Law Review, vol. 27, no. 2 (January 1942), pp. 350-355.
“Review of Book: Federal Administrative Proceedings, by Walter Gellhorn,” Columbia Law Review, vol. 42, no. 2 (February 1942), pp. 330-333.
“Review of Book: Power Politics, by Georg Schwarzenberger,” American Journal of International Law, vol. 36, no. 2 (April 1942), pp. 351-352.
“Constitutional Reform in Missouri,” The University of Kansas City Law Review, vol. 11 (December 1942), pp. 1-2.


1943
“Report of Progress,” Year Book of the American Philosophical Society 1942 (1943), pp. 188-191.
“Review of Book: The Guilt of the German Army, by Hans Ernest Fried,” American Journal of International Law, vol. 37, no. 1 (January 1943), pp. 188-189.
“Review of Book: The Disarmament Illusion, by Merze Tate,” Russian Review, vol. 2, no. 2 (Spring 1943), pp. 104-105.
“Review of Book: International Labor Conventions, by Conley Hall Dillon,” University of Pennsylvania Law Review and American Law Register, vol. 91, no. 6 (March 1943), pp. 576-578.
“Implied Regulatory Powers in Administrative Law,” The Iowa Law Review, vol. 28 (May 1943), pp. 575-612 [DP, pp. 123-169; DDP, pp. 134-180].


1944
“Implied Limitations on Regulatory Powers in Administrative Law,” The University of Chicago Law Review, vol. 11, no. 2 (February, 1944), pp. 91-116.
“Review of Book: Towards an Abiding Peace, by R. M. MacIver,” Journal of Political Economy, vol. 52, no. 1 (March 1944), pp. 91-92.
“The Limitations of Science and the Problem of Social Planning,” Ethics, vol. 54, no. 3 (April 1944), pp. 174-185.
“Review of Book: Digest of International Law, by Green Haywood Hackworth,” The University of Chicago Law Review, vol. 11, no. 4 (June 1944), pp. 454-455.
“Review of Book: The Task of the Law, by Roscoe Pound,” Harvard Law Review, vol. 57, no. 6 (July 1944), pp. 922-926.
“Review of Book: Were the Minorities Treaties a Failure? by Jacob Robinson, et al.,” Journal of Modern History, vol. 16, No. 3 (September 1944), p. 237.
“Review of Book: The Decline of Liberalism as an Ideology, by John H. Hallowell,” The Journal of Political Economy, vol. 52, no. 4 (December 1944), p. 364.
“Review of Book: The Danube Basin and the German Economic Sphere, by Antonín Basch; A Challenge to Peacemakers, ed. by Joseph S. Roucek,” American Political Science Review, vol. 38, no. 6 (December 1944), pp. 1234-1236.

 

1945
“The Scientific Solution of the Social Conflicts,” in Lyman Bryson, Louis Finkelstein, and Robert M. MacIver, eds., Approaches to National Unity: Fifth Symposium of the Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion (New York: Harper, 1945).
“Introduction,” in Heinrich Hauser, The German Talks Back (New York: H. Holt, 1945) [DDP, pp. 220-226].
“The Machiavellian Utopia,” Ethics, vol. 55, no. 2 (January 1945), pp. 145-147.
“Review of Book: War and its Causes, by L. L. Bernard,” American Political Science Review, vol. 39, no. 2 (April 1945), pp. 365-366.
“Review of Book: The Super-Powers, by William T. R. Fox,” Ethics, vol. 55, no. 3 (April 1945), pp. 227-228.
“Review of Book: International Tribunals, by Manley O. Hudson,” American Political Science Review, vol. 39, no. 4 (August 1945), pp. 802-804.
“The Evil of Politics and the Ethics of Evil,” Ethics, vol. 56, no. 1 (October 1945), pp. 1-18.
“About Cynicism, Perfectionism, and Realism in International Affairs,” Critic, vol. 11 (November 30, 1945), pp. 3-4 [DDP, pp. 127-130].
“Review of Book: Nationalities and National Minorities, by Oscar I. Janowsky,” Harvard Law Review, vol. 59, no. 2 (December 1945), pp. 301-304 [DDP, pp. 196-200].
“Review of Book: The Peace Conference of 1919: Organization and Procedure, by F. S. Marston,” American Political Science Review, vol. 39, no. 6 (December 1945), pp. 1212-1213.


1946
Scientific Man vs. Power Politics (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1946).
"Preface," in Morgenthau, ed., Peace, Security and the United Nations (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1946).
“Naziism,” in Joseph S. Roucek, ed., Twentieth Century Political Thought (New York: Philosophical Library, 1946) [DDP, pp. 227-240].
“Review
of Book: International Law, Volume 1: International Law as Applied by International Courts and Tribunals, by Georg Schwarzenberger,” The Review of Politics, vol. 8, no. 1 (January 1946), pp. 141-144.
“The Transformation of Our Contemporary Culture into a Spiritual Culture: As Seen by a Political Scientist,” Paper presented at the Chicago Institute for Religious and Social Studies (February 5, 1946) MS in HJMP, Container No. 168.
“Review of Book: The Limits of Jurisprudence Defined, by Jeremy Bentham,” Journal of Modern History, vol. 18, no. 1 (March 1946), pp. 77-78. 
“Review of Book: The International Law of the Future; An International Bill of the Rights of Man, by H. Lauterpacht,” The University of Chicago Law Review, vol. 13, no. 3 (April 1946), pp. 400-402.
“Diplomacy,” Yale Law Journal, vol. 55, no. 5 (August 1946), pp. 1067-1080 [DDP, pp. 342-358].
“Review of Book: The Device of Government, by John Laird,” Journal of Political Economy, vol. 54, no. 6 (December 1946), p. 566.
“Review of Book: Nationality in History and Politics, by Frederick Hertz,” Journal of Political Economy, vol. 54, no. 6 (December 1946), pp. 567-568.
“Review of Book: Pioneers in World Order, by Harriet Eager Davis,” Journal of Political Economy, vol. 54, no. 6 (December 1946), pp. 568-569.
“Views of Nuremberg: Further Analysis of the Trial and Its Importance,” America (December 7, 1946), pp. 266-267 [DDP, pp. 377-379].


1947
“Ethics and Politics,” in Lyman Bryson, Louis Finkelstein, and R. M. MacIver, eds., Approaches to Group Understanding: Sixth Symposium of the Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion (New York: Harper, 1947).
“The Escape from Power in the Western World,” in Lyman Bryson, Louis Finkelstein, and R. M. MacIver, ed., Conflicts of Power in Modern Culture: Seventh Symposium of the Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion (New York: Harper, 1947) [DP, pp. 239-245; DDP, pp. 311-317; MS in HJMP, Container No. 176].
“Review of Book: The Myth of the State, by Ernst Cassirer,” Ethics, vol. 57, no. 2 (January 1947), pp. 141-142.
“Review of Book: The Process of International Arbitration, by Kenneth S. Carlston,” The University of Chicago Law Review, vol. 14, no. 4 (June 1947), pp. 729-730.
“Review of Book: Foundations of National Power: Readings on World Politics and American Security, by Harold Sprout and Margaret Sprout,” Journal of Political Economy, vol. 55, no. 3 (June 1947), pp. 264-265. 
“Letter to the Editor,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 252 (July 1947), pp. 173-174.
“Review of Book: The Great Dilemma of World Organization, by Fremont Rider,” Journal of Political Economy, vol. 55, no. 4 (August 1947), p. 401.
“Review of Book: A Free and Responsible Press, by The Commission on Freedom of the Press,” American Journal of Sociology, vol. 53, no. 3 (November 1947), p. 225.
“Review of Book: Soviet Philosophy, by John Somerville,” American Journal of Sociology, vol. 53, no. 3 (November 1947), p. 228.
“Review of Book: Man and the State, by William Ebenstein,” American Political Science Review, vol. 41, no. 6 (December 1947), pp. 1209-1210.


1948
Politics among Nations: The Struggle for Power and Peace (New York: Knopf, 1948).
“Review of Book: The Cultural Approach: Another Way in International Relations, ed. by Ruth McMurry and Muna Lee,” American Journal of Sociology, vol. 53, no. 5 (March 1948), pp. 397-398.
“The Problem of Sovereignty Reconsidered,” Columbia Law Review, vol. 48, no. 3 (April 1948), pp. 341-365.
“The Twilight of International Morality,” Ethics, vol. 58, no. 2 (January 1948), pp. 79-99.
“World Politics in the Mid-Twentieth Century,” The Review of Politics, vol. 10 (April 1948), pp. 154-173.
“Review of Book: The Spanish Story, by Herbert Feis,” American Political Science Review, vol. 42, no. 4 (August 1948), pp. 791-792.
“The Political Science of E. H. Carr,” World Politics, vol. 1, no. 1 (October 1948), pp. 127-134 [DP, pp. 350-357; RAP, pp. 36-43].
“Review of Book: La Constitution Fédérale de la Suisse, 1848-1948, by William E. Rappard,” American Political Science Review, vol. 42, no. 6 (December 1948), pp. 1222-1224.
“Review of Book: The Pattern of Imperialism: A Study in the Theories of Power, by E. M. Winslow,” Journal of Political Economy, vol. 56, no. 6 (December 1948), p. 543.
“Review of Book: States and Morals: A Study in Political Conflicts, by T. D. Weldon,” Journal of Political Economy, vol. 56, no. 6 (December 1948), p. 553.

1949
“The Conduct of American Foreign Policy,” Parliamentary Affairs, vol. 3 (Winter 1949), pp. 147-161.
“Review of Book: Modern Nationalism and Religion, by Salo Wittmayer Baron,” Ethics, vol. 59, no. 2 (January 1949), pp. 147-148.
“Review of Book: The Web of Government, by Robert M. MacIver,“ American Journal of Sociology, vol. 54, no. 4 (January 1949), pp. 390-391. 
“The Primacy of the National Interest,” American Scholar, vol. 18, no. 2 (Spring 1949), pp. 207-212.
“Review of Book: Constitutional Dictatorship, by Clinton L. Rossiter,“ American Journal of Sociology, vol. 54, no. 6 (May, 1949), pp. 566-567. 
“Review of Book: Strategic Intelligence for American World Policy, by Sherman Kent,” American Political Science Review, vol. 43, no. 5 (October 1949), pp. 1046-1047.


1950
Edited with Kenneth W. Thompson, Principles and Problems of International Politics: Selected Readings (New York: Knopf, 1950).
“The Conduct of Foreign Policy,” in Sydney D. Bailey, ed., Aspects of American Government: A Symposium (London: Hansard Society, 1950).
“Power Politics,” in Freda Kirchwey, ed., The Atomic Era: Can It Bring Peace and Abundance? (New York: Medill McBride, 1950).
“The H Bomb and the Peace Outlook,” in Stewart Alsop, et al., The H Bomb (New York: Didier, 1950), pp. 160-174.
“The Pathology of Power,” American Perspective, vol. 4, no. 1 (Winter 1950), pp. 6-10.
“The Conquest of the United States by Germany,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, vol. 6, no. 1 (January 1950), pp. 21-27 [IAF, pp. 152-167].
“The Decline of Liberty and Mr. Laski,” Common Cause, vol. 3 (March 1950), pp. 440-444 [DP, pp. 343-349; RAP, pp. 29-35].
“The H-Bomb and After,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, vol. 6, no. 3 (March 1950), pp. 76-79 [RAP, pp. 119-127].
“Strategy of Error,” University of Chicago Magazine (March 1950), pp. 9-15.
“Can Total Diplomacy Avert Total War? Power Politics,” The Nation (May 20, 1950), pp. 486-487.
“On Negotiating with the Russians,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, vol. 6, no. 5 (May 1950), pp. 143-148.
“The Evil of Power: A Critical Study of de Jouvenel’s On Power,” Review of Metaphysics, vol. 3, no. 4 (June 1950), pp. 507-517 [DP, pp. 358-367; RAP, pp. 44-53].
“The Case for Negotiation: History’s Lesson,” The Nation (December 16, 1950), pp. 587-591.
“The Mainsprings of American Foreign Policy: The National Interest vs. Moral Abstractions,” American Political Science Review, vol. 44, no. 4 (December 1950), pp. 833-854.


1951
In Defense of the National Interest: A Critical Examination of American Foreign Policy (New York: Knopf, 1951).
“Germany: The Political Problem,” in Morgenthau, ed., Germany and the Future of Europe (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1951) [IAF, pp. 195-206].
“The Moral Dilemma in Foreign Policy,” Year Book of World Affairs, vol. 5 (1951), pp. 12-36 [DP, pp. 246-255; DDP, pp. 318-327].
“The Policy of the U. S. A.,” The Political Quarterly, vol. 22, no. 1 (January-March 1951), pp.43-56.
“A Positive Approach to a Democratic Ideology,” Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science, vol. 24, no. 2 (January 1951), pp. 79-90 [RAP, pp. 237-247].
“The Real Issue between United States and Russia,” University of Chicago Magazine (April 1951), pp. 5-8 and 25. *
“American Diplomacy: The Dangers of Righteousness,” The New Republic, vol. 125, issue 17 (October 22, 1951), pp. 117-119.


1952
“International Organization and Foreign Policy,” in Lyman Bryson, et al., eds., The Foundations of World Organization: A Political and Cultural Appraisal, Eleventh Symposium (New York: Harper. 1952) [IAF, pp. 107-111].
“Building a European Federation,” Proceedings of the American Society of International Law at Its Annual Meeting, vol. 46 (1952), pp. 130-134 [RAP, pp. 231-236].
“Klassische Zeit amerikanischer Staatskunst,” Aussenpolitik, Jg. 3, H. 1 (Januar 1952), S. 19-28.
“Review of Book: Power and Society, by Harold D. Lasswell and Abraham Kaplan,” American Political Science Review, vol. 46, no. 1 (March 1952), pp. 230-234.
“Marxism: From Political Philosophy to Political Religion,” Walgreen Lectures (University of Chicago, March-April 1952) MS in HJMP, Container No. 169.
“What Is the National Interest of the United States?” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 282 (July 1952), pp. 1-7.
“Area Studies and the Study of International Relations,” International Social Science Bulletin, vol. 4, no. 4 (Fall 1952), pp. 647-655 [DP, pp. 88-100; DDP, pp. 113-126:].
“The Lessons of World War II’s Mistakes: Negotiations and Armed Power Flexibly Combined,” Commentary, vol. 10 (October 1952), pp. 326-333 [DP, pp. 256-269; DDP, pp. 328-341].
“Another “Great Debate”: The National Interest of the United States,” American Political Science Review, vol. 46, no. 4 (December 1952), pp. 961-988 [DP, pp. 54-87; DDP, pp. 79-112].


1953
“Political Limitations of the United Nations,” in George A. Lipsky, ed., Law and Politics in the Contemporary World: Essays on Hans Kelsen’s Pure Theory and Related Problems in International Law (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1953) [IAF, pp. 112-118].
“The Reconstruction of Our German Policy,” Economists (July 11, 1953) [IAF, pp. 207-208].
“A Melancholy Fact: Review of The Challenge to American Foreign Policy, by John J. McCloy,” The New Republic, vol. 128, issue 30 (July 27, 1953), pp. 18-19.
“The Unfinished Business of United States Foreign Policy,” Wisconsin Idea (Fall 1953) [IAF, pp. 8-15].
“The Moral Standards of the Social Scientist,” Paper presented at the Seminar: Morals in Government, Conference on Moral Standards (September 13-15, 1953) MS in HJMP, Container No. 169.


1954
Politics among Nations: The Struggle for Power and Peace, 2nd ed. (New York: Knopf, 1954).
“The New United Nations and the Revision of the Charter,” The Review of Politics, vol. 16, no. 1 (January 1954), pp. 3-21 [IAF, pp. 130-135].
“Germany Will Decide Her Own Fate,” The New Republic, vol. 130, issue 5 (February 1, 1954), pp. 9-11 [IAF, pp. 209-215].
“Review of Book: Governing Postwar Germany, by Edward H. Litchfield and Associates,” Harvard Law Review, vol. 67, no. 5 (March 1954), pp. 904-906.
“Will It Deter Aggression?” The New Republic, vol. 130, issue 13 (March 29, 1954), pp. 11-14 [RAP, pp. 128-133].
“The Theoretical and Practical Importance of a Theory of International Relations,’’ MS for the Conference on Theory of International Politics (May 7, 1954) in HJMP, Container No. 176.
“US and UN,” Foreign Policy Bulletin, vol. 33 (September 15, 1954), pp. 5-6 [RAP, pp. 273-275].
“The Political and Military Strategy of the United States,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, vol. 10, no. 10 (October 1954), pp. 323-327 [IAF, pp. 16-24].
“The Yardstick of the National Interest,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 296 (November 1954), pp. 77-84 [IAF, pp. 119-129].
“Germany’s New Role,” Commonweal (November 12, 1954) [IAF, pp. 216-227].


1955
“United States Foreign Policy,” Year Book of World Affairs, vol. 9 (1955), pp. 1-21 [DP, pp. 324-339; DDP, pp. 409-424].
“The United States, India, and Asia,” Proceedings of the Twenty-First Institute of the Norman Wait Harris Memorial Foundation (University of Chicago, 1955) [IAF, pp. 283-288].
“United States Policy toward Africa,” in Calvin W. Stillman, ed., Africa in the Modern World (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1955) [IAF, pp. 297-308].
“Toward a Theory of International Politics,” (1955) MS in HJMP, Container No. 170.
“Government Administration and Security,” Current History, vol. 29, no. 170 (1955), pp. 210-216. *
“Foreign Policy: The Conservative School,” World Politics, vol. 7, no. 2 (January 1955), pp. 284-292.
“The Formosa Resolution of 1955,” Chicago Sun-Times (January 30, 1955) [IAF, pp. 278-282].
“The Revolution We Are Living Through,” The Intercollegian, vol. 72 (February 1955), pp. 8-10 [IAF, pp. 247-250].
“Religion und Fanatismus,” Kontinente: Gedanken und Gespräche der Gegenwart, Jg. 8, H. 6 (Februar 1955), S. 27-28.
“Reason and Restoration in the West,” The New Republic, vol. 132, issue 8 (February 21, 1955), pp. 12-28 [DP, pp. 377-381; RAP, pp. 63-67].
“Toynbee and the Historical Imagination,” Encounter, vol. 4, no. 3 (March 1955), pp. 70-76 [DP, pp. 368-376; RAP, pp. 54-62].
“The Impact of the Loyalty-Security Measures on the State Department,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, vol. 11, no. 4 (April 1955), pp. 134-140 [DP, pp. 305-323; DDP, pp. 390-408].
“A State of Insecurity,” The New Republic, vol. 132, issue 16 (April 18, 1955), pp. 8-14 [DP, pp. 305-323; DDP, pp. 390-408].
“Reflections on the State of Political Science,” The Review of Politics, vol. 17, no. 4 (October 1955), pp. 431-460 [DP, pp. 7-43; DDP, pp. 16-52].


1956
“The Art of Diplomatic Negotiation,” in Leonard D. White, ed., The State of the Social Sciences: Papers Presented at the 25th Anniversary of the Social Science Research Building, the University of Chicago, November 10-12, 1955 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1956) [DP, pp. 270-280; RAP, pp. 198-208].
“The 1954 Geneva Conference: An Assessment,” in A Symposium on America's Stake in Vietnam (New York: American Friends of Vietnam, 1956). *
“Has Atomic War Really Become Impossible?” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, vol. 12, no. 1 (January 1956), pp. 7-9 [RAP, pp. 134-141].
“Principles of International Politics,” Naval War College Review, vol. 8, no. 6 (February 1956), pp. 1–13.
“Background to Civil War,” Washington Post (February 26, 1956) [VUS, pp. 21-24].
“The Immaturity of Our Asian Policy I: Ideological Windmills,” The New Republic, vol. 134, issue 11 (March 12, 1956), pp. 20-22 [IAF, pp. 251-257].
“The Immaturity of Our Asian Policy II: Military Illusions,” The New Republic, vol. 134, issue 12 (March 19, 1956), pp. 14-16 [IAF, pp. 257-264].
“The Immaturity of Our Asian Policy III: The Frustrations of Foreign Aid,” The New Republic, vol. 134, issue 13 (March 26, 1956), pp. 13-15 [IAF, pp. 264-270].
“The Immaturity of Our Asian Policy IV: The Dangers of Doing Too Much,” The New Republic, vol. 134, issue 16 (April 16, 1956), pp. 14-16 [IAF, pp. 270-277].
“Notes on a German Journey,” The New Republic, vol. 135, issue 9, (August 27, 1956), pp. 10-13 [IAF, pp. 228-235].
“Diplomatic Calamities,” New York Times (November 13, 1956) [IAF, p. 25].
“The Decline and Fall of American Foreign Policy,” The New Republic, vol. 135, issue 24 (December 10, 1956), pp. 11-16 [IAF, pp. 26-37].
“The Decline and Fall of American Foreign Policy II: What the President and Mr. Dulles Don't Know” The New Republic, vol. 135, issue 25 (December 17, 1956), pp. 14-18 [DP, pp. 295-304; DDP, pp. 380-389].


1957
“Introduction,” in Ernest W. Lefever, Ethics and United States Foreign Policy (New York: Meridian Books, 1957). *
“Neutrality and Neutralism,” Year Book of World Affairs, vol. 11 (1957), pp. 47-75 [DP, pp. 185-209; DDP, pp. 257-281].
“Les dangers du ‘néo-pazifisme’,” Preuves, no. 80 (1957), pp. 66-70. *
“Pronouncements Are Not Policies: A Reply to Readers’ Comments on “American Foreign Policy”,” The New Republic, vol. 136, issue 1 (January 7, 1957), pp. 15-16.
“Disarmament,” Statement before a Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (January 10, 1957) [RAP, pp. 142-154].
“The New Pattern of World Politics,” The New Republic, vol. 136, issue 2 (January 14, 1957), pp. 17-18.
“The Revolution in United States Foreign Policy: From Containment to Spheres of Influence?” Commentary (February 1957), pp. 101-105 [IAF, pp. 38-45].
“Atomic Force and Foreign Policy: Can the “New Pacifism” Insure Peace?” Commentary (June 1957) [RAP 155-161].
“The Paradoxes of Nationalism,” Yale Review, vol. 46, no. 4 (June 1957), pp. 481-496 [DP, pp. 170-184; DDP, pp. 181-195].
“Wirkungsformen traditioneller und demokratisch kontrollierter Diplomatie,” Funk-Universität, RIAS, Berlin (June 11, 1957) MS in HJMP, Container No. 199.
“Sources of Tension between Western Europe and the United States,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 312 (July 1957), pp. 22-28. 
“The Qualifications of an Ambassador,” Letters to New York Times (August 13, 1957) and Washington Post (August 6, 1957) [RAP, pp. 209-212].
“The Dilemmas of Freedom,” American Political Science Review, vol. 51, no. 3 (September 1957), pp. 714-733 [DP, pp. 104-115; RAP, pp. 71-82].
“Is the United Nations in Our National Interest?” Foreign Policy Bulletin (September 15, 1957) [RAP, pp. 276-278].
“Der Pazifismus des Atomzeitalters,” Der Monat, 10 (Oktober 1957), S. 3-8.
“The Fortieth Anniversary of the Bolshevist Revolution,” Chicago Sun-Times (November 3, 1957) [IAF, pp. 139-142].
“The Decline of America I: The Decline of American Power,” The New Republic, vol. 137, issue 25 (December 9, 1957), pp. 10-14 [IAF, pp. 46-55].
“The Decline of America II: The Decline of American Government,” The New Republic, vol. 137, issue 26 (December 16, 1957), pp. 7-11 [DP, pp. 281-291; RAP, pp. 90-100].


1958
Dilemmas of Politics (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1958).
“The Crisis of the Atlantic Alliance,” Western World, no. 12 (1958), pp. 13-16. *
“The New Despotism and the New Feudalism,” in Committee for Economic Development, ed., Problems of United States Economic Development, no. 1 (New York: Committee for Economic Development, 1958), pp. 281-286 [DP, pp. 116-122; RAP, pp. 83-89].
“Power as a Political Concept,” in Roland Young, ed., Approaches to the Study of Politics (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1958).
“Alliances,” Confluence: An International Forum, vol. 4, no. 6 (Winter 1958), pp. 311-334 [RAP, pp. 176-197].
“Realism in International Politics,” Naval War College Review, vol. 10, no. 5 (January 1958), pp. 1-15.
“A Reassessment of United States Foreign Policy,” Lecture given in the Great Issues Course at Dartmouth College, (February 10, 1958) [IAF, pp. 56-67].
“Russian Technology and American Policy,” Current History, vol. 34, no. 199 (March 1958), pp. 129-135 [IAF, pp. 143-151].
“Should We Negotiate Now? Hazards of a Summit Meeting,” Commentary (March 1958), pp. 192-199 [IAF, pp. 168-180].
“The Lebanese Disaster,” The New Republic, vol. 139, issue 5/6 (August 4, 1958), pp. 14-17 [IAF, pp. 289-296].
“Review of Book: Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy, by Henry A. Kissinger,” American Political Science Review, vol. 52, no. 3 (September 1958), pp. 842-844.
“The New United Nations: What It Can’t and Can Do,” Commentary (November 1958), pp. 375-382.
“The Last Years of Our Greatness? Khrushchev’s Message to the 86th Congress,” The New Republic, vol. 139, issue 26 (December 29, 1958), pp. 11-16 [PAP, pp. 324-341].


1959
“The Permanent Values in the Old Diplomacy,” in Stephen D. Kertesz and M. A. Fitzsimons eds., Diplomacy in a Changing World (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1959).
“The Nature and Limits of a Theory of International Relations,” in William T. R. Fox, ed., Theoretical Aspects of International Politics (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1959).
 “Alliances in Theory and Practice,” in Arnold Wolfers, ed., Alliance Policy in the Cold War (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1959). *
“Introduction,” in D. A. Graber, Crisis Diplomacy: A History of U. S. Intervention Policies and Practices (Washington: Public Affairs Press, 1959) [IAF, pp. 5-7].
“Soviet Policy and World Conquest,” Current History, vol. 37, no. 219 (1959), pp. 290-294. *
“Contradictions in US China Policy,” in Urban Whitaker, ed., Foundations of US China Policy (Berkeley: Pacifica Foundation, 1959). *
“The Decline of Democratic Government,” University of Chicago Magazine, no. 1 (1959), pp. 5-8. *
“Education and the World Scene,” Dædalus, vol. 88, no. 1 (Winter, 1959), pp. 121-138 [DDP, pp. 113-126].
“The Economics of Foreign Policy,” Challenge: The Magazine of Economic Affairs, vol. 7, no. 5 (February 1959), pp. 8-13 [RAP, pp. 248-253].
“Why Nations Decline,” Lecture given at the National War College (April 10, 1959) [DDP, pp. 201-211].
“Separating the Issues,” The New Republic, vol. 140, issue 19 (May 11, 1959), pp. 13-14.
“What Is Wrong with Our Foreign Policy,” Statement before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (April 15, 1959) [IAF, pp. 68-94].
“What the Big Two Can, and Can’t Negotiate,” New York Times Magazine (September 20, 1959) [RAP, pp. 315-322].
“The Realist and Idealist Views of International Relations: A Realist’s Interpretation,” Lecture at the US-Army War College, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania (September 28, 1959) MS in HJMP, Container No. 170.
“National Security Policy,” Lecture given at National War College (October 13, 1959) [IAF, pp. 95-104].
“Khrushchev’s New Cold War Strategy: Prestige Diplomacy,” Commentary (November 1959), pp. 381-388 [IAF, pp. 181-192].
“The Great Betrayal,” New York Times Magazine (November 22, 1959) [DDP, pp. 361-367; PAP, pp. 342-350].
“Epistle to the Columbians,” The New Republic, vol. 141, issue 25 (December 21, 1959), pp. 8-10 [DDP, pp. 368-374; PAP, pp. 351-359].


1960
The Purpose of American Politics (New York: Knopf, 1960).
Politics among Nations: The Struggle for Power and Peace, 3rd ed. (New York: Knopf, 1960).
“Reflectiones sobre la politica exterior de la union sovietica,” Revista de ciencias socials de la Universidad de Puerto Rico (1960), pp. 437-445. *
The Crisis of American Foreign Policy: The Brian McMahon Lectures (Mansfield: University of Connecticut, 1960). *
“Introduction,” in Vladimir Reisky de Dubnic, Communist Propaganda Methods: A Case Study on Czechoslovakia (New York: Praeger, 1960). *
“Foreword,” in Robert O. Byrd, Quaker Ways in Foreign Policy (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1960) [DDP, pp. 375-376: “Christian Ethics and Political Action”].
“The World Situation,” Answers to Questions posed by Sekai (Tokyo: January, 1960) [RAP, pp. 295-299].
“An Approach to the Summit,” The New Leader, vol. 43, issue 1 (January 4, 1960), pp. 10-13 [RAP, pp. 285-292].
“The Intellectual and Moral Dilemma of History,” Christianity and Crisis, vol. 20, no. 1 (February 8, 1960), pp. 3-6 [DDP, pp. 7-15].
“The Principles of Propaganda,” Democratic Advisory Council, Advisory Committee on Foreign Policy (May 31, 1960) [TAP, pp. 315-324].
“Resuming Contact with the Russians,” The New Republic, vol. 142, issue 23 (June 6, 1960), p. 10.
“The Social Crisis in America: Hedonism of Status Quo,” Chicago Review, vol. 14, no. 2 (Summer 1960), pp. 69-88.
“The Demands of Prudence,” Worldview, vol. 3, no. 6 (June 1960), pp. 6-7 [RAP, pp. 15-18].
“Our Thwarted Republic: Public Power vs. the New Feudalism,” Commentary 30 (June 1960), pp. 473-482.
“The Problem of German Reunification,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 330, no. 1 (July 1960), pp. 130-134 [IAF, pp. 236-244].
“America: Its Purpose and its Power,” Worldview, vol. 3, no. 11 (November 1960), pp. 4-7.
“The President,” New York Times Magazine (November 13, 1960) [RAP, pp. 379-384].


1961
“The Containment Policy and the Rationale of the Alliance System,” in Stephen D. Kertesz, ed., American Diplomacy in a New Era (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1961).
“John Foster Dulles (1953-1959),” in Norman A. Graebner, ed., An Uncertain Tradition: American Secretaries of State in the Twentieth Century (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1961) [TAP, pp. 87-107].
“International Relations,” in Encyclopædia Britannica: A New Survey of Universal Knowledge, vol. 12 (Encyclopædia Britannica, 1961), pp. 528-530 [RAP, pp. 167-175].
“The Nuclear Discussion: Continued,” Christianity and Crisis, vol. 21 (1961), p. 223.
“Prospects for a New Foreign Policy,” Commentary (February 1961), pp. 106-110 [RAP, pp. 300-307].
“An Atomic Philosophy,” Saturday Review (February 18, 1961), pp. 18-19.
“The Intellectual and Political Functions of a Theory of International Relations,” An Address given at the University of Maryland (March 1961), published in Horace V. Harrison, ed., The Role of Theory in International Relations (New York: Van Nostrand, 1964) [DDP, pp. 62-78; TAP, pp. 248-261].
“The New Atlantic Community,” Report to the Fifth Congress of Il Mulino (Bologna, April 1961) [RAP, pp. 213-230].
“Asia: The American Algeria,” Commentary (July 1961), pp. 43-47 [RAP, pp. 351-358].
“Review of Book: Diplomatie Unserer Zeit, by von Karl Braunias and Gerald Stourzh; Die Technik der Diplomatie, by Heinrich Wildner,” American Journal of International Law, vol. 55, no. 3 (July 1961), p. 773.
“The Problem of Berlin,” Washington Post (July 2, 1961) [RAP, pp. 323-327].
“Kennedy’s Foreign Policy: Failure and Challenge,” The New Leader, vol. 44, issue 27 (July 3, 1961), pp. 3-5 [RAP, pp. 308-314; TAP, pp. 139-145].
“Neutralism,” New York Times Magazine (August 27, 1961) [RAP, pp. 334-341].
“The Tragedy of German-Jewish Liberalism,” Lecture at the Leo Baeck Institute in New York City (September 1961) [DDP, pp. 247-256].
“The Political Problems of Polyethnic States,” Paper presented at the Fifth World Congress of the International Political Science Association (September 1961) [RAP, pp. 342-347].
“Death in the Nuclear Age,” Commentary (September 1961) [RAP, pp. 19-25].
“Western Values and Total War,” Round Table Discussion with Sidney Hook, H. Stuart Hughes, and C. P. Snow, Commentary (October 1961), pp. 277-304.
“Threat to, and Hope for, the United Nations,” New York Times Magazine (October 29, 1961) [RAP, pp. 279-284].
“The End of an Illusion,” Commentary (November 1961), pp. 422-425 [RAP, pp. 328-333].
“Reflections on the Nuclear Age,” The Third Annual Faith and Freedom Lecture at the American University in Washington, D. C. (November 1961) MS in HJMP, Container No. 171.


1962
The Decline of the Democratic Politics: Politics in the Twentieth Century, Volume 1 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1962).
The Impasse of American Foreign Policy: Politics in the Twentieth Century, Volume 2 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1962).
The Restoration of American Politics: Politics in the Twentieth Century, Volume 3 (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1962).
“The Influence of Reinhold Niebuhr in American Political Life and Thought,” in Harold Landon, ed., Reinhold Niebuhr: A Prophetic Voice in Our Time (Greenwich, Conn.: Seabury Press, 1962).
“The American Tradition in Foreign Policy,” in Roy C. Macridis, ed., Foreign Policy in World Politics (Englewood-Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1962).
“L’Etat universal et les institutions supranationales,” Comprendre, vol. 23, no. 4 (1962), pp. 1-11. *
“The Real Issue between the United States and the Quest for Wholeness,” in Critical Issues and Decisions (Washington, D. C.: Graduate School, USDA, 1962). *
“Preface to a Political Theory of Foreign Aid,” in Robert A. Goldwin, ed., Why Foreign Aid? (Chicago: Rand McNally, 1962). *
“The Trouble with Kennedy,” Commentary (January 1962), pp. 51-55 [RAP, pp. 101-108: “The Difference between the Politicians and the Statesman”; TAP, pp. 145-151: “Kennedy the Politician”].
“Love and Power,” Commentary 33 (March 1962), pp. 247-51 [RAP, pp. 7-14].
“Polycentrism,” The New Leader, vol. 45, issue 6 (March 19, 1962) [RAP, pp. 348-350].
“The Roots of America’s China Policy,” China Quarterly, vol. 10 (April 1962), pp. 45-50 [RAP, pp. 359-364].
“Vietnam: Another Korea?” Commentary (May 1962), pp. 369-374 [RAP, pp. 365-375; VUS, pp. 25-37].
“Reflections on the Nuclear Age,” Public Lecture at the University of Chicago (May 15-17, 1962) MS in HJMP, Container No. 171.
“Another Legacy of Hiroshima: The Partially Scientific Mind,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, vol. 18 (June 1962), pp. 34-36.
“A Political Theory of Foreign Aid,” American Political Science Review, vol. 56, no. 2 (June 1962), pp. 301-309 [RAP, pp. 254-272].
“The Perils of Political Empiricism,” Commentary (July 1962), pp. 60-63 [RAP, pp. 109-116: “The Perils of Empiricism”].
“Cuba: The Wake of Isolation,” Commentary (November 1962), pp. 427-430.
“Negotiations or War?” The New Republic, vol. 147, issue 18 (November 3, 1962), p. 9.
“Dilemma of the Summit,” New York Times Magazine (November 11, 1962), p. 25, pp. 117-18, p. 120, and p. 122.
“Decisionmaking in the Nuclear Age,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, vol. 18, no. 10 (December 1962), pp. 7-8.


1963
“The Significance of Being Alone,” (Chicago, 1963) MS in HJMP, Container No. 110.
“A World State?” Pax Romana, vol. 1 (1963), pp. 7-11 and 14. *
“Comment on War within Man,” in Erich Fromm, War within Man: A Psychological Enquiry Into the Roots of Destructiveness (Washington, D. C.: American Friends Service Committee, 1963), pp. 34-35.
“Foreword,” in Maurice Waters, The Ad Hoc Diplomat: A Study in Municipal and International Law (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1963).
“The New Secretary-General,” Commentary (January 1963) [TAP, pp. 121-126: “U Thant”].
“The Political Conditions for an International Police Force,” International Organization, vol. 17, no. 2 (Spring 1963), pp. 393-403 [TAP, pp. 292-314: “The Police in Their Political Setting”].
“The Crisis in the Western Alliance I: An American View,” Commentary (March 1963), pp. 185-190 [TAP, pp. 108-115: “Charles de Gaulle: The Grand Design”].
“On Trying to Be Just,” Commentary (May 1963), pp. 420-425 [TAP, pp. 61-67].
Pacem in Terris and the World Community” Continuum, vol. 1 (Summer 1963) [TAP, pp. 283-291].
“The Problem of Germany,” The New York Times Magazine (September 8, 1963) [TAP, pp. 340-346].
“America and the World Revolution,” Round Table Discussion with Lewis A. Coser, Oscar Gass, and Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Commentary (November 1963), pp. 278-296.
“The Impotence of American Power,” Commentary (November 1963), pp. 384-386 [TAP, pp. 325-331].
“Significance in History: The Kennedy Legacy,” The New Leader, vol. 46, issue 25 (December 9, l963), pp. 4-6 [TAP, pp. 151-156].
“The Fate of the Union: Kennedy and After,” The New York Review of Books (December 26, 1963).


1964
“The Impartiality of the International Police,” in Salo Engel and B. A. Métall, eds., Law, State, and International Legal Order: Essays in Honor of Hans Kelsen (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1964).
“Introduction to the Vintage Edition,” in The Purpose of American Politics (New York: Vintage Books, 1964).
“The American Political Legacy,” in William H. Nelson, ed., Theory and Practice in American Politics (Chicago: Published for William Marsh Rice University by University of Chicago Press, 1964).
“The Sum and the Substance,” Interviewed by J. P. Harvey (University of Southern California, January 1964) MS in HJMP, Container No. 172.
“The Coming Test of American Democracy,” Commentary (January 1964), pp. 61-63 [TAP, pp. 209-214].
“Government and Private Enterprise,” Business International Chief Executives Roundtable on Long-Range Corporate Planning (January 9-10, 1964) [TAP, pp. 262-278].
“The Nature and Use of Power and Its Influence upon State Goals and Strategies,” Naval War College Review, vol. 16, no. 6 (February 1964), pp. 18–28.
“The Four Paradoxes of Nuclear Strategy,” American Political Science Review, vol. 58, no. 1 (March 1964), pp. 23-35.
“Peace in Our Time?” Commentary, vol. 37 (March 1964), pp. 66-69.
“The Case against Further Involvement,” Washington Post (March 15, 1964) [VUS, pp. 38-42].
“Senator Fulbright’s New Foreign Policy,” Commentary (May 1964) [TAP, pp. 174-181: “J. William Fulbright”].
“Four Designs for Tomorrow’s Europe,” The New York Times Magazine (May 17, 1964), pp. 18-20 [TAP, pp. 332-339: "The Future of Europe"].
“The Realities of Containment,” The New Leader, vol. 47, issue 12 (June 8, 1964), pp. 3-6 [VUS, pp. 43-49].
“The Sweet Smell of Success: View from the Seventh Floor, by W. W. Rostow; Foreign and Other Affairs, by John Paton Davies Jr.,” The New York Review of Books (July 30, 1964).
“Goldwater: The Romantic Regression,” Commentary, vol. 38 (September 1964), pp. 65-68 [TAP, pp. 127-131].
“The Myth of Soviet Politics,” The New Leader, vol. 47, issue 22 (October 10, 1964), pp. 3-6 [TAP, pp. 116-120: “Khrushchev: The Inner Contradictions of Communism”].
“Modern Science and Political Power,” Columbia Law Review, vol. 64, no. 8 (December 1964), pp. 1386-1409 [TAP, pp. 215-240].
“The Death of Marxism: World Communism, by Richard Lowenthal,” The New York Review of Books (December 3, 1964).


1965
Vietnam and the United States (Washington, D. C.: Public Affairs Press, 1965).
“Introduction,” in David Mitrany, A Working Peace System (Chicago: Quadrangle, 1965).
“The Crisis of Communism,” (Center for the Study of U.S. Foreign Policy of the Department of Political Science, University of Cincinnati, 1965) [TAP, pp. 355-366].
“Law, Politics, and the United Nations,” Commercial Law Journal, vol. 70 (May 1965), pp. 121-124 and 135.
“Introduction: The Great Issue,” in Morgenthau, ed., The Crossroad Papers: A Look into the American Future (New York: W. W. Norton, 1965).
“The Crisis of the Western Alliance,” in Morgenthau, ed., The Crossroad Papers: A Look into the American Future (New York: W. W. Norton, 1965).
“The Crisis of the Alliance,” in Karl H. Cerny and Henry W. Briefs, eds., NATO in Quest of Cohesion (New York: Praeger, 1965). *
“The Jewish Declaration,” Commonweal, vol. 83, no. 5 (1965), pp. 142-144.
“Review of Book: Introduction à L'Histoire des Relations Internationales, by Pierre Renouvin and Jean-Baptiste Duroselle,” American Historical Review, vol. 70, no. 2 (January 1965), p. 422.
“The U. N. of Dag Hammarskjöld Is Dead,” New York Times Magazine (March 14, 1965), p. 32, 37, and 39-40.
“The U. N. in Crisis: In Pursuit of World Order, by Richard N. Gardner; The Quest for Peace, edited by Andrew W. Cordier and Wilder Foote,” The New York Review of Books (March 25, 1965).
“War with China?” The New Republic, vol. 154, issue 14 (April 3, 1965), pp. 11-14 [VUS, pp. 50-60].
“We Are Deluding Ourselves in Vietnam,” New York Times Magazine (April 18, 1965) [VUS, pp. 61-73].
“Russia, the U. S., and Vietnam,” The New Republic, vol. 152, issue 18 (May 1, 1965), pp. 12-13 [VUS, pp. 74-78].
“The Writer’s Duty and his Predicament,” The Hudson Review, vol. 18, no. 2 (Summer 1965), pp. 269-274 [TAP, pp. 56-60].
“Understanding Military Strategy,” Book Week (June 20, 1965) [TAP, pp. 279-282].
“The Option before Us,” Milwaukee Journal (June 27, 1965) [VUS, pp. 79-80].
“International Relations, 1960-1964,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 360 (July 1965), pp. 163-171.
“Globalism: Johnson’s Moral Crusade,” The New Republic, vol. 153, issue 1 (July 3, 1965), pp. 19-22 [VUS, pp. 81-91].
“Stevenson: Tragedy and Greatness,” The New Republic, vol. 153, issue 6/7 (August 7, 1965), pp. 17-19 [TAP, pp. 132-138].
Pacem in Terris and the World Community” Continuum (Autumn 1965) [TAP, pp. 283-291].
“Vietnam: Shadow and Substance,” The New York Review of Books (September 16, 1965) [VUS, pp. 9-20].
“Review of Book: The President as World Leader, by Sidney Warren,” American Historical Review, vol. 71, no. 1 (October 1965), p. 330.
“Man and Society,” (November 3, 1965) MS in HJMP, Container No. 172.


1966
“The Purpose of Political Science,” in James C. Charlesworth, ed., A Design for Political Science: Scope, Objectives and Methods (Philadelphia: American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1966).
“Introduction,” in David Mitrany, A Working Peace System (Chicago: Quadrangle, 1965).
“The International Aspects of the Great Society,” in Bertram M. Gross, ed., A Great Society? (New York: Basic Books, 1966).
“Monuments to Kennedy: A Thousand Days, by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr; Kennedy, by Theodore C. Sorensen,” The New York Review of Books (January 6, 1966) [TAP, pp. 156-162].
“Where Consensus Breaks Down,” The New Republic, vol. 154, issue 4 (January 22, 1966), pp. 16-18.
“Fascism,” Book Week (February 13, 1966) [TAP, pp. 373-376].
The Colossus of Johnson City: Presidential Government, by James MacGregor Burns,” The New York Review of Books (March 3l, 1966) [TAP, pp. 163-169].
“Review of Book: Vietnam: A Diplomatic Tragedy. The Origins of the United States Involvement, by Victor Bator,” American Historical Review, vol. 71, no. 3 (April 1966), p. 1101.
“Johnson’s Dilemma: The Alternatives Now in Vietnam,” The New Republic, vol. 154, issue 22 (May 28, 1966), pp. 12-16 [TAP, pp. 398-407].
“Review of Book: Power Transformed, by Robert M. MacIver,” American Political Science Review, vol. 60, no. 2 (June 1966), pp. 408-409.
“Room at the Top: Triumph or Tragedy: Reflections on Vietnam, by Richard Goodwin,” The New York Review of Books (June 23, 1966) [TAP, pp. 407-413].
“What Should We Do Now?” Look (August 9, 1966) [TAP, pp. 413-415].
All the Way With LBJ: Lyndon B. Jonson and the World, by Philip L. Geyelin,” The New York Review of Books (August 18, 1966) [TAP, pp. 169-173]. 
“Alternatives for Change,” Problems of Communism, vol. 15, no. 5 (September-October, 1966), pp. 38-40 [TAP, pp. 355-366: “The Crisis of Communism”].
“Truth and Power: The Intellectuals and the Johnson Administration,” The New Republic, vol. 155, issue 22 (November 26, 1966), pp. 8-14.


1967
Politics among Nations: The Struggle for Power and Peace, 4th ed. (New York: Knopf, 1967).
“Common Sense and Theories of International Relations,” Journal of International Affairs, vol. 21, no. 2 (1967), pp. 207-214 [TAP, pp. 241-248].
“A New Foreign Policy for the United States: Basic Issues,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, vol. 23 (January 1967), pp. 7-11.
“Freedom, Freedom House, and Vietnam,” The New Leader, vol. 50, issue 1 (January 2, 1967), pp. 17-19 [TAP, pp. 45-50].
“The House that Cherne Built,” The New Leader, vol. 50, issue 3 (January 30, 1967), pp. 17-18.
“The Ethics of War and Peace in the Nuclear Age,” (Exchange with Reinhold Niebuhr) War/Peace Report, vol. 8 (February 1967), pp. 3-8.
“Review of Book: The Elephants and the Grass, by Cecil V. Crabb; The Troubled Partnership, by Henry A. Kissinger,” Political Science Quarterly, vol. 82, no. 1 (March 1967), pp. 125-126.
“How Totalitarianism Starts: The Domestic Involvement of the CIA,” The Christian Science Monitor (March 10, 1967) [TAP, pp. 51-55].
“To Intervene or Not to Intervene,” Foreign Affairs, vol. 45, no. 3 (April 1967), pp. 425-436.
“Time for a Change: Responsibility and Response, by Maxwell D. Taylor,” The New York Review of Books (April 6, 1967) [TAP, pp. 416-425].
“The Intellectual in Government,” Lecture at the University of Chicago (April 13, 1967) MS in HJMP, Container No. 172.
“Arguing about the Cold War,” Encounter (May, 1967) [TAP, pp. 347-354].
“The U. S. and the Mideast,” The New Leader, vol. 50, issue 13 (June 19, 1967), pp. 3-6 [TAP, pp. 382-388: “The Middle East”].
“What Ails America?” The New Republic, vol. 157, issue 18 (October 28, 1967), pp. 17-21 [TAP, pp. 29-39].
“The Political Cost: Thoughts on the October Revolution,” The New Leader, vol. 50, issue 22 (November 6, 1967), pp. 13-16 [TAP, pp. 367-372].
“Review of Book: Peace and War: A Theory of International Relations, by Raymond Aron,” American Political Science Review, vol. 61, no. 4 (December 1967), pp. 1110-1112.


1968
 With Kenneth W. Thompson and Jerald C. Brauer, U.S. Policy in the Far East: Ideology, Religion and Superstition, CRIA Special Studies No. 205 (New York: Council on Religion and International Affairs, 1968) [TAP, pp. 389-397: “The Far East”].
“Foreword,” in Arnold Kaufman, The Radical Liberal: New Man in American Politics (New York: Atherton, 1968).
“Emergent Problems of United States Foreign Policy,” in Karl W. Deutsch and Stanley Hoffmann, eds., The Relevance of International Law: Essays in Honor of Leo Gross (Cambridge, Mass.: Schenkman Publishing, 1968).
“U.S. Misadventure in Vietnam,” Current History, vol. 54, no. 1 (January 1968), pp. 29-34.
“A New Pattern for America,” Worldview, vol. 11, no. 1 (January 1968), pp. 16-17.
“Organization of a Power System: Unilateralism and the Balance of Power,” Naval War College Review, vol. 20, no. 7 (February 1968), pp. 3–11.
“Review of Book: Thucydides and the Politics of Bipolarity, by Peter J. Fliess,” Journal of Politics, vol. 30, no. 1 (February 1968), pp. 238-240.
“The United States and China,” International Studies, vol. 10, nos. 1-2 (July-October 1968), pp. 23-34.
“The Right to Dissent,” Headline Series (Foreign Policy Association), No. 190 (August 1968) [TAP, pp. 40-44].
“On Robert Kennedy,” The New York Review of Books (August l, 1968) [TAP, pp. 182-190].
“A Talk with Senator McCarthy,” The New York Review of Books (August 22, 1968) [TAP, pp. 191-198].
“Fears and Spheres,” The New Leader, vol. 51, issue 17 (September 9, 1968), pp. 7-9 [TAP, pp. 377-381: “Czechoslovakia”].
“Macht und Frieden,” 4. Salzburger Humanismusgespräch (September 10-13, 1968) MS in HJMP, Container No. 172 [in Oskar Schatz, Hrsg., Der Friede im nuklearen Zeitalter: Eine Kontroverse zwischen Realisten und Utopisten, 4. Salzburger Humanismusgespräch (München: Manz, 1970)].
“Bundy’s Doctrine of War without End,” The New Republic, vol. 159, issue 18 (November 2, 1968), pp. 18-20 [TAP, pp. 416-425].
“The Lesser Evil,” The New York Review of Books (November 7, 1968) [TAP, pp. 199-206].
“Why the Soviet Union Moved In: The Fate of Czechoslovakia,” The New Republic, vol. 159, issue 23 (December 7, 1968), pp. 19-21.


1969
A New Foreign Policy for the United States (New York: Published for the Council on Foreign Relations by Praeger, 1969).
“The Jews and Soviet Foreign Policy,” Soviet Jewry (1969).
“The United States as a World Power: A Balance-Sheet,” International Studies, vol. 11, no. 2 (April 1969), pp. 111-148.
“Congress and Foreign Policy,” The New Republic, vol. 160, issue 24 (June 14, 1969), pp. 16-18.
“Historical Justice and the Cold War: The Politics of War, by Gabriel Kolko,” The New York Review of Books (July 10, 1969) [TAP, pp. 68-83].
“The Present Tragedy of America,” Worldview, vol. 12, no. 9 (September 1969), pp. 14-15.
“Death,” unpublished MS for The New York Review of Books (September 1969) in HJMP, Container No. 105.
“Inquisition in Czechoslovakia,” The New York Review of Books (December 4, 1969).


1970
Truth and Power: Essays of a Decade, 1960-70 (New York: Praeger, 1970).
With Lloyd C. Gardner and Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., The Origins of the Cold War (Waltham: Ginn and Company, 1970).
“Foreword,” in Jerome Slater, Intervention and Negotiation: The United States and the Dominican Revolution (New York: Harper & Row, 1970). *
“From Napoleon to Armageddon,” The New York Review of Books (February 26, 1970), pp. 38-43.
“Evasive Ambiguity: Mr. Nixon’s Foreign Policy,” The New Republic, vol. 162, issue 12 (March 21, 1970), pp.23-25 [TAP, pp. 426-431: “The Rhetoric of Nixon’s Foreign Policy”].
“Mr. Nixon’s Gamble,” The New Republic, vol. 162, issue 21 (May 23, 1970), pp. 15-17.
“Genius in Madness,” The New Leader, vol. 53, issue 10 (May 11, 1970), p. 13.
“International Relations, 1965-1969,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 390 (July 1970), pp. 114-119 and 200.
“Die Krise der Institutionen als Glaubenskrise: Dargestellt am Beispiel des Kommunismus als pseudotheologisch-politischem Legitimationssystem,” 5. Salzburger Humanismusgespräch (September 22-25, 1970) MS in HJMP, Container No. 174 [in Oskar Schatz, Hrsg., Hat die Religion Zunkunft? 5. Salzburger Humanismusgesprächs (Graz: Verlag Styria, 1971)].
“Reflections on the End of the Republic,” The New York Review of Books (September 24, 1970) [TAP, pp. 433-439].


1971
“Thought and Action in Politics,” Social Research, vol. 38, no. 1 (Winter 1971), pp. 611-632.
“Highlights of Address to Brussels Conference on Soviet Jewry,” (February 1971) MS in HJMP, Container No. 174.
“Wild Bunch: Naïve Questions about Peace and War, by William Whitworth; The Tuesday Cabinet, by Henry F. Graff; Alliance Politics, by Richard E. Neustadt; Alternative to Armageddon, by Col. Wesley W. Yale, Gen. I. D. White, and Gen. Hasso E. von Manteuffel; Militarism, U. S. A., by Col. James A. Donovan,” The New York Review of Books, 16 (February 11, 1971), pp. 38-41.
“What Price Victory? The Nuclear Option,” The New Republic, vol. 164, issue 8 (February 20, 1971), pp. 21-23.
“Show of Support,” The New Republic, (March 13, 1971), pp. 10-11.
“Changes and Chances in American-Soviet Relations,” Foreign Affairs, vol. 49, no. 3 (April 1971), pp. 429-441.
“Synopsis of the Remarks of Hans J. Morgenthau for the Conference on Weimar Germany,” New School Meeting (October 30, 1971) MS in HJMP, Container No. 174.
“Statement of Professor Hans J. Morgenthau before the sub-committee on Europe of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs,” (November 10, 1971) MS in HJMP, Container No. 164.
“Review of Book: Soviet Perspectives on International Relations, 1956-1967, by William Zimmerman,” Political Science Quarterly, vol. 86, no. 4 (December 1971), pp. 675-676.
“Recognizing Reality: Agreement on Berlin,” The New Republic, vol. 165, issue 26 (December 25, 1971), pp. 16-18.


1972
Science: Servant or Master? (New York: New American Library, 1972).
"From Great Powers to Superpowers," in Brian Porter, ed., The Aberystwyth Papers: International Politics, 1919-1969 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1972).
“Detente: Reality and Illusion,” in George Schwab and Henry Friedlander, eds., Detente in Historical Perspective (New York: Cyrco Press, 1972).
“The National Interest and the Pentagon Papers,” (Exchange with Noam Chomsky) Partisan Review, vol. 39, no. 3 (Summer 1972), pp. 336-375.
“Statement by Hans J. Morgenthau, Distinguished Professor of Political Science, City University of New York, before Citizens Hearings on National Security,” (February 2, 1972) MS in HJMP, Container No. 174.
“The New Escalation in Vietnam,” The New Republic, vol. 166, issue 21 (May 20, 1972), pp. 9-10.
“Remarks on the Validity of Historical Analogies,” Social Research, vol. 39, no. 2 (Summer 1972), pp. 360-364.
“Superpower Politics,” The New Leader, vol. 55, issue 13 (June 26, 1972), pp. 11-12.
“Der neue Feudalismus oder das Paradoxon vereitelter Regierung,” 6. Salzburger Humanismusgespräch (September 20, 1972) MS in HJMP, Container No. 174 [in Oskar Schatz, Hrsg., Auf dem Weg zur hörigen Gesellschaft? 6. Salzburger Humanismusgespräch (Graz: Verlag Styria, 1973)].
“Kissinger’s Next Test,” The New Leader, vol. 55, issue 22 (November 13, 1972), pp. 5-6.
“The Web of Falsehood,” The New Leader, vol. 55, issue 24 (December 11, 1972), pp. 15-16.


1973
Politics among Nations: The Struggle for Power and Peace, 5th ed. (New York: Knopf, 1973).
“The Lessons of Vietnam,” in John H. Gilbert, ed., The New Era in American Foreign Policy (New York: St Martin’s Press, 1973).
“The Contraction of America,” (1973) Worldview, vol. 24, no. 8 (August 1981), pp. 13-14.
“Nixon and the World,” The New Republic, vol. 168, issue 1/2 (January 6. 1973), pp. 17-20.
“The Incarnation of Demoniac Power,” Business Week, no. 2276 (April 21, 1973), p. 12
“The Aborted Nixon Revolution: Watergate and the Future of American Politics,” The New Republic, vol. 169, issue 6 (August 11, 1973), pp. 17-19.
“The Danger of Détente,” The New Leader, vol. 56, issue 19 (October 1, 1973), pp. 5-7.
“The Geopolitics of Israel’s Survival,” The New Leader, vol. 56, issue 25 (December 24, 1973), pp. 4-6.


1974
“Macht und Ohnmacht des Menschen in technischen Zeitalter,” in Oskar Schatz, Hrsg., Was wird aus dem Menschen? Analysen und Warnungen bedeutender Denker (Graz: Verlag Styria, 1974) [in HJMP, Container No. 175].
“International Law and International Politics: An Easy Partnership,” Proceedings of the Annual Meetings of the American Society of International Law (1974), pp. 331-334.
“Review of Book: Work, Society and Culture by Yves Simon,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 411 (January 1974), p. 229.
“The Nation as Exemplar,” Center Magazine, vol. 7, no. 1 (January-February 1974), p. 69.
“Justice and Power,” Social Research, vol. 41, no. 1 (Spring 1974), pp. 163-175.
“Israel’s Future,” Conversation with Daniel J. Berrigan, aired as a Segment of WHET/13’s “The 51st State” (January 1974) MS in HJMP, Container No. 175.
“Daniel Berrigan and Hans Morgenthau Discuss the Moral Dilemma in the Middle East,” Progressive, vol. 28 (March 1974), pp. 31-34.
“New Diplomacy of Movement,” Encounter, vol. 43, no. 2 (August 1974), pp. 52-57.
“Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State,” Encounter, vol. 43, no. 6 (November 1974), pp. 57-61.
“On Solzhenitsyn, Sakharov,” (Exchange with Harrison Salisbury) War/Peace Report, vol. 13 (October 1974), pp. 7-13. *
“Power and Powerlessness: Decline of Democratic Government,” The New Republic, vol. 171, issue 19 (November 9, 1974), pp. 13-18.



1975
“The Intellectual, Political, and Moral Roots of U. S. Failure in Vietnam,” in William D. Coplin and Charles W. Kegley, Jr., eds., Analyzing International Relations: A Multimethod Introduction (New York: Praeger, 1975).
“Some Political Aspects of Disarmament,” in David Carlton and Carlo Schaerf, eds., The Dynamics of the Arms Race (London: Croom Helm, 1975).
“World Politics and the Politics of Oil,” in Gary Eppen, ed., Energy: The Policy Issues (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1975).
“The Real Issue for the U.S. in Cambodia,” The New Leader, vol. 58, issue 6 (March 17, 1975), pp. 4-6.
“The Elite Protects Itself,” The New Republic, vol. 172, issue 18 (May 3, 1975), pp. 20-21.
“Science of Peace: A Rationalist Utopia,” Social Research, vol. 42, no. 1 (Spring 1975), pp. 20-34.
“Address Delivered by Professor Hans Morgenthau at the Inauguration Ceremony of the Reuben Hecht Chair of Zionist Studies at the University of Haifa,” (May 13, 1975) MS in HJMP, Container No. 175.
“The Decline of the West,” Partisan Review, vol. 42, no. 4 (1975), pp. 508-516.
“Three Paradoxes: Explaining the Failures of US Foreign Policy,” The New Republic, vol. 173, issue 15 (October 11, 1975), pp. 16-21.
“Kissinger’s Fragile Accord,” The New Leader, vol. 58, issue 20 (October 13, 1975), pp. 4-6.


1976
“Hannah Arendt, 1906-1975,” Political Theory, vol. 4, no. 1 (February 1976), pp. 5-8.
“The Question of Détente,” Worldview, vol. 19, no. 3 (March 1976), pp. 7-13.
“Foreign Policy and the Next President,” The New Leader, vol. 59, issue 9 (April 26, 1976), pp. 6-8.
“Nuclear War Possible if Arms Race Continues,” Intellect (November 1976), p. 123.


1977
“The Pathology of American Power,” International Security, vol. 1, no. 3 (Winter 1977), pp. 3-20.
“Foreword,” in Yonah Alexander and Seymour Maxwell Finger, eds., Terrorism: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1977).
“The Fallacy of Thinking Conventionally about Nuclear Weapons,” in David Carlton and Carlo Schaerf, eds., Arms Control and Technological Innovation (London: Croom Helm, 1977).
“Defining the National Interest—Again: Old Superstitions, New Realities,” The New Republic, vol. 176, issue 4 (January 22, 1977), pp. 50-55.
“Hannah Arendt on Totalitarianism and Democracy,” Social Research, vol. 44, no. 1 (Spring 1977), pp. 127-131.
“The Threat to Israel’s Security,” The New Leader, vol. 60, issue 6 (March 14, 1977), pp. 7-9.


1978
“An Intellectual Autobiography,” Society: Social Science and Modern Society, vol. 15, no. 2 (January/February 1978), pp. 63-68.
“Facing Mideast Realities,” The New Leader, vol. 61, issue 9 (April 24, 1978), pp. 4-6.
“What Solzhenitsyn Doesn’t Understand,” The New Leader, vol. 61, issue 14 (July 3, 1978), pp. 12-13.
“Vietnam and Cambodia,” (Exchange with Noam Chomsky and Michael Walzer) Dissent, vol. 25 (Fall 1978), pp. 386-391.
With Ethel Person, “The Roots of Narcissism,” Partisan Review, vol. 45 (Fall 1978), pp. 337-347.
“An Unsteady Mideast ‘Framework’,” The New Leader, vol. 61, issue 20 (October 9, 1978), pp. 6-7.


1979
Human Rights and Foreign Policy (New York: Council on Religion and International Affairs, 1979).
“The Limits of Intelligence,” The New Leader, vol. 62, issue 2 (January 15, 1979), p. 4.
“To Clarify the Issue: Civil Defense, the New Debate,” Worldview, vol. 22, nos. 1-2 (January-February 1979), pp. 41-42.
“Fighting the Last War: The Obsolescence of the SALT II debate,” The New Republic, vol. 181, issue 16 (October 20, 1979), pp. 15-17.


1980
“The Problem of Peace in Our Time,” (February 5, 1980) Introductory Essay to Fred R. Israel, ed., The Major Peace Treaties of Modern History, 1969-1979, MS in HJMP, Container No. 110.
“Danger in Iran,” The New Leader, vol. 63, issue 9 (May 1980), pp. 3-4.
“Reality of the National Interest,” Partisan Review, vol. 47, no. 4. (1980), pp. 578-580.


1982
In Defense of the National Interest: A Critical Examination of American Foreign Policy, with a new introduction by Kenneth W. Thompson (Washington, D. C.: University Press of America, 1982).
The Purpose of American Politics, with a new introduction by Kenneth W. Thompson (Washington, D. C.: University Press of America, 1982).


1983
“The Mind of Abraham Lincoln: A Study in Detachment and Practicality,” in Kenneth W. Thompson, ed., Essays on Lincoln’s Faith and Politics (Lanham: University Press of America, 1983), pp. 3-104.


1984
“Fragment of an Intellectual Autobiography: 1904-1932,” in Kenneth W. Thompson and Robert J. Myers, eds., Truth and Tragedy: A Tribute to Hans J. Morgenthau (New Brunswick: Transaction Books, 1984).
“Bernard Johnson’s Interview with Hans J. Morgenthau,” in Kenneth W. Thompson and Robert J. Myers, eds., Truth and Tragedy: A Tribute to Hans J. Morgenthau (New Brunswick: Transaction Books, 1984).


No Date
“Democracy and Totalitarianism,” (n. d.) MS in HJMP, Container No. 110.
“The Illusion of World Public Opinion,” (n. d.) MS in HJMP, Container No. 110.
“The Future of Freedom,” (n. d.) MS in HJMP, Container No. 110.