International history

Results
Anglo-German commercial and financial rivalry in Brazil, 1900-29.
Moller, C.H., Ph.D. (1988), Council for National Academic Awards (Greenhill, R.G.; Lewis, C.M.)
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Borochovism: an early Marxist theory of the national question.
Najenson, J.L., Ph.D. (1981), Cambridge (Barber, J.D.)
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The Russo-Afghan boundary demarcation, 1884-95: Britain and the Russian threat to the security of India.
Bali, Anila, D.Phil. (1986), Ulster (Fraser, T.G.)
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The Lebanese in Senegal: a history of the relationship between an immigrant community and its French and African rulers.
Boumedouha, S., Ph.D. (1987), Birmingham (Hopkins, A.G.)
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The international trade cycle, 1885-96.
Cha, M.S., Ph.D. (1988), Warwick
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Migration and the international Catholic Goan community.
Mascarenhas-Keyes, Stella V., Ph.D. (1987), London (Caplan, L.)
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Portuguese colonialism in Africa: the tradition of resistance in Guinea-Bissau, 1879-1959.
Mendy, P.M.K., Ph.D. (1987), Birmingham (Hughes, A.)
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The ideology of anti-Zionism: 1881 to the present day.
Stellman, H., Ph.D. (1982), London (Kedourie, E.)
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Land reform and populism in the Atlantic community, 1879-90: towards a comparative approach.
Wood, J.D., M.Litt. (1981), Edinburgh (Jeffreys-Jones, R.)
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The Ottoman empire and the European Great Powers, 1884-7.
Yasamee, F.A.K., Ph.D. (1985), London (Heywood, C.J.)
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`All things to all men'? Protestant missionary identification in theory and practice, 1860-1910, with special reference to the London Missionary Society in central Africa and central China.
Bonk, J.J., Ph.D. (1984), Aberdeen (Walls, A.P.)
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The Rio Tinto Company, 1873-1954: an economic history of a leading international mining concern.
Harvey, C.E., Ph.D. (1981), Bristol (Alford, B.W.E.)
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The Port Hamilton affair and Russo-British rivalry in the Far East, 1876-1905.
Kim, Hyun-Soo, Ph.D. (1989), Glasgow (Robbins, K.G.; Gillard, D.R.)
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Military aspects of French policy in Spanish America, 1871-1914.
Klepak, H.P., Ph.D. (1985), London
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From Bengal to British Guiana: the emigration of Indian indentured labour, 1854- 84.
Mangru, B., Ph.D. (1981), London (Ballhatchet, K.A.)
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Three case studies in the development of the upper house of parliament in the Westminster model of government: the United Kingdom, 1866-74; Canada, 1867-78; and Australia, 1901-4.
McHugh, J.T., M.Litt. (1986), Edinburgh (Barron, T.J.; Martin, G.W.)
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The role of Sir Roderick Murchison in promoting the geographical and geological exploration of the British empire and its sphere of influence, 1855-71.
Stafford, R.A., D.Phil. (1985), Oxford (Newbury, C.W.)
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Evangelism in transition: a comparative analysis of the work and theology of D.L. Moody and his proteges, Henry Drummond and R.A. Torrey.
Toone, M.J., Ph.D. (1988), St. Andrews (Lovegrove, D.W.)
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The Arab Gulf countries in Egyptian strategy: a study of Muhammed Ali's ambitions and British responses, 1818-40.
Al-Ghamdi, H.M., Ph.D. (1990), Essex (Stanwood, F.J.)
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Moroccan policy towards the United States: a study of Moroccan society under the impact of western penetration, 1830-1912.
Al-Harithi, T.A., Ph.D. (1987), Exeter
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The significance of `Ostindien' in the evolution of German colonial thought, 1840-85.
Boske, T.R.M., Ph.D. (1990), Wales (Chamberlain, Muriel E.)
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Christadelphianism: a study in doctrine and development.
Lancaster, J.M., M.Sc. (1985), Salford (Gordon, M.C.)
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Arabic printing in Malta, 1825-45: its history and its place in the development of print culture in the Arab Middle East.
Roper, G.J., Ph.D. (1988), Durham (Sluglett, P.J.)
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Long-term growth phases: long waves, long swings and traverses - a case study of Britain, France, Germany and America since c.1850.
Solomou, S.N., Ph.D. (1984), Cambridge (Matthews, R.C.O.)
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Domestic analogy in proposals for world order, 1814-1945: the transfer of legal and political principles from the domestic to the international sphere in thought on international law and relations.
Suganami, H., Ph.D. (1986), London (Donelan, M.D.)
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The ideal of the self-governing church: an examination of the official policies of the Church Missionary Society in relation to the development of self-governing churches, with special reference to creating an independent native episcopate, c.1850-c.1910.
Williams, C.P., Ph.D. (1986), London
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The Sultanate of Muscat and the United States: a study of mutual co-operation between Sultan Said and the American merchants.
Al-Khudhairi, M.S., Ph.D. (1990), Essex (Venn, Fiona M.)
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Roots of domination and dependency: British reaction to the development of Omani commerce at Muscat and Zanzibar in the 19th century.
Bhacker, M.R., D.Phil. (1989), Oxford (Wilkinson, J.C.)
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The British response to Guadeloupean commerce raiding, and the consequences for international relations in the eastern Caribbean, 1790-1802.
Jenkins, H.J.K., M.Phil., Leicester (Newman, A.N.)
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The history of external sovereign debt: an international relations perspective.
Lieberman, Ira W., D.Phil. (1990), Oxford (Tsoukalis, L.)
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