Communist Strategy in Latin America. The Yale Review, 1960, Autumn + Congressional Record, 14. 6. 1961.
Soviet Agricultural Reform and the Future of the Collective Farms. The Russian Review, 1960, October.
Czechoslovakia´s Socialists Constitution. The American Slavic and East European Review (Slavic Review), 1961, April + Congressional Record, 14. 6. 1961.
Soviet-Style Agricultural Reform in Czechoslovakia. Journal of Central European Affairs, 1962, July.
Communist Strategy in Latin America. The Yale Review, 1966, Winter + Congressional Record, 20. 1. 1966.
The Soviet Bloc. International Behavioural Scientist. 1969, June.
Czechoslovak Diplomacy During World War II. International Behavioural Scientist, 1969, September.
The Rise and Fall of Alexandr Dubček. The Journal of Social and Political Studies, 1978, Vol. 3, No. 1. + Nationalities Papers, 1980, Vol. VIII, No. 2.
Masaryk in America in 1918. Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, 1979, Vol. 27, No. 1.
Karol Wojtyla, Marxism and the Marxist-Leninists. Nationalities Papers, 1982, Vol. X, No. 2.
Czechoslovak-Polish Confederation. Kosmas. Journal of Czechoslovak and Central European Studies, Winter 1982, Vol. I, No. 2.
The Czechoslovak Problem. Nationalities Papers, Fall 1984, Vol. XII, No. 2.
Czechoslovak-Ukrainian Relations. The Ukrainian Quarterly, Spring-Summer 1988, Vol. 44, No. 1–2. n
National Minorities Under Communism: The Case of Czechoslovakia. Nationalities Papers, 1988, Vol. XVI, No. 1.
The Czechoslovak Army in the Civil War in Russia. The Ukrainian Quarterly, Spring 1989, Vol. XLV, No. 1.
Revolution in East Central Europe. The Ukrainian Quarterly, Spring 1991, Vol. XLVII, No. 1.
Czechoslovakia´s Return to Europe.The Ukrainian Quarterly, Winter 1991, Vol. XLVII, No. 4.
Breakup of Czechoslovakia. The Ukrainian Quarterly, Spring 1993, Vol. XLIX, No. 1.
NOVINY A ČASOPISY
A Memorandum to the Administration and the Congress of the United States of America. Congressional Record, 15. 2. 1955, pp. 1311–12.
Cold War. The New York Herald Tribune, 26. 2. 1956.
News from Poland. The New York Herald Tribune, 9. 4. 1957.
United States Aid to Tito Seen as Help to Communism. The Hartford Times, 14. 12. 1957.
Policymakers, Not Scientists, Delayed U.S. Space Progress. The Hartford Times, 12. 4. 1958.
Early Advisers to U.S. Seen in the Role of Cassandra. The Hartford Times, 19. 4. 1958.
Does Tito Fight or Cooperate with Moscow? The Hartford Times, 31. 5. 1958.
Public Not Told the Facts on Russian Atomic Advance. The Hartford Times, 21. 2. 1959 + Congressional Record, 4. 3. 1959.
Foreign Aid for Our Friends But Not for Our Enemies. The Hartford Times, 30. 5. 1959 + Congressional Record, 1959.
Inconsistencies of Our Foreign Aid Program. Congressional Record, 17. 6. 1959.
Khrushchev Seen Gambling on Issue at Summit Meeting. The Hartford Times, 11. 7. 1959.
Khrushchev´s Visit Seen As Victory for Communism. The Hartford Times, 15. 8. 1959.
Peaceful Coexistence. The Hartford Times, 16. 10. 1959 + Catholic Workman, 1960, January.
Peaceful Coexistence Examined. The Hartford Times, 17. 10. 1959.
Cuban Revolution Resembles Central East Europe Revolt. The Hartford Times, 9. 4. 1960.
Issues of Peace and War At Stake At the Summit (On Disarmament). The Hartford Times, 30. 4. 1960.
Khrushchev´s Attack on Ike Analyzed as Red Policy. The Hartford Times, 21. 5. 1960.
Events and Trends Leading To Present Cuban Status. The Hartford Times, 10. 9. 1960.
Khrushchev´s Visit Analyzed. Catholic Workman, 1960, August-September-October.
The Pattern of Cuba. Catholic Workman, 1960, October.
To Uphold Truth. Catholic Workman, 1961, April.
On Disarmament. Catholic Workman, 1962, May–June.
The Sino-Soviet Conflict. Catholic Workman, 1962, July–August.
Academic Freedom in the Age of Conflict. Vital Speeches of the Day, 15. 6. 1963.
Freedom – Its Responsibilities. Vital Speeches of the Day, 1. 5. 1964.
The Strategy of Communism in Latin America. Catholic Workman, 1965, April–June–July.
The War in Vietnam in Historical Perspective. The Wanderer, 18. 1. 1968.
The Soviet Bloc: An Appraisal. The Wanderer, 23. 1. 1969.
John Paul II as Challenger of Marxist-Communist Encounters. Hlas národa (Chicago), 1980, duben–květen.
The Cyrilo-Methodian Idea. The Priest, 1986, February.
Federalist Thought in Czechoslovakia During the Interwar Years. Slovakia, 1987–1988, Vol. XXXIII, Nos. 60–61.
STROJOPISY – NEPUBLIKOVÁNO, NEBO NENÍ ZNÁM BIBLIOGRAFICKÝ ÚDAJ
Adventure of the Last Twon Miles or A Journey to Freedom by Josef Kalvoda. 1953.
Quo Vadis – America?
Khrushchev´s visit Analyzed.
The Case of Cuba.
Recognition of Red China is Contrary to National Interest.
The Wrecking of the Summit in Line With the New Soviet Strategy.
The Mystery of the U-2 Plane.
Khrushchev – The Gambler.
Tito v. Moscow.
The Unionistic Congresses at St. Procopius Abbey, Lisle, Illinois.
The Status of Private Property and National Minorities in Czechoslovakia´s Socialist Constitution of 1960.
The Poles of Czechoslovakia.
The Czech Catholics in the United States.
The Czech Legion in Italy During World War I.
The Foundation of the Czechoslovak Army.
The Impact of the U. S. Constitution on Federalist Thought in Czechoslovakia.
Federalist Thought in Czechoslovakia During the Interwar Years.
Declaration of Independence of the Czechoslovak Nation by Its Provisional Government in 1918.
Czechoslovakia and Poland.
Slovaks in the Czech Republic.
Stalinism in Czechoslovakia.