Diplomatic History articles

Volume 35 (3)

What's New about Exceptionalism?
MALINI JOHAR SCHUELLER, vol. 35 (3): 583-586

Volume 35 (2)

Civilization, Race, and the Japan Expedition's Cultural Diplomacy, 1853–1854*
Jeffrey A. Keith, vol. 35 (2): 179-202
Pushing Tin: U.S.-Bolivian Relations and the Coming of the National Revolution*
Glenn J. Dorn, vol. 35 (2): 203-228
Will Clayton, Negotiating the Marshall Plan, and European Economic Integration*
Timothy Healey, vol. 35 (2): 229-256
“The Only Thorn”: Early Saudi-American Relations and the Question of Palestine, 1945–1949*
Maurice Jr. Labelle, vol. 35 (2): 257-281
“Crucified on a Cross of Atoms”: Scientists, Politics, and the Test Ban Treaty*
Paul Rubinson, vol. 35 (2): 283-319
The Other Plumbers Unit: The Dissent Channel of the U.S. State Department
Hannah Gurman, vol. 35 (2): 321-349
Institutionalizing Human Rights in U.S. Foreign Policy: U.S.-Argentine Relations, 1976–1980*
William Michael Schmidli, vol. 35 (2): 351-377
The Republicans and Pre–World War II Foreign Policy
Robert David Johnson, vol. 35 (2): 379-382
Yankee Tourism in Latin America and “Soft Power”
Helen Delpar, vol. 35 (2): 383-386
One Security Council, or Two?
Gary B. Ostrower, vol. 35 (2): 387-390
Virtual Vietnam
Seth Jacobs, vol. 35 (2): 391-394
Recovering, but Not Healing: America's Vietnam War Thirty-Five Years On
Craig Howes, vol. 35 (2): 395-398
Myth Making in U.S. Foreign Relations
Kyle Longley, vol. 35 (2): 399-402

Volume 35 (1)

Editor's Note
vol. 35 (1): 1-2
Empires of the Senses: How Seeing, Hearing, Smelling, Tasting, and Touching ShapedImperial Encounters
Andrew J. Rotter, vol. 35 (1): 3-19
Powerless in Barbary, Powerful in America: Barbary Slaves and the Shaping of Early America
Franklin T. Lambert, vol. 35 (1): 21-24
The Borderlands of American Diplomacy
Eliga Gould, vol. 35 (1): 25-27
The Thrilling Adventures of America's Civil War Diplomats
Amy S. Greenberg, vol. 35 (1): 29-32
Mapping the Anglo-American Settler Empire
Carl J. Guarneri, vol. 35 (1): 33-37
Old Habits Are Hard to Break
Reginald C. Stuart, vol. 35 (1): 39-42
Assessing American Exceptionalism
Robert Jervis, vol. 35 (1): 43-46
Converting the Missionaries
Michael Reimer, vol. 35 (1): 47-50
A Special Relationship under Scrutiny
Sylvia Ellis, vol. 35 (1): 51-54
The Panama Canal: Tropical Tropes and Working-Class Realities
Elizabeth Mckillen, vol. 35 (1): 55-60
Globalism Not Exceptionalism
Mona Russell, vol. 35 (1): 61-66
Disciplining Cultural Pasts: A Review
Harvey R. Neptune, vol. 35 (1): 67-70
“War Is a Racket”
Kenneth Osgood, vol. 35 (1): 71-74
Woodrow Who?
Erez Manela, vol. 35 (1): 75-80
Women (and Others) as Movers and Shakers in Pre–World War I Europe and the United States
Harriet Hyman Alonso, vol. 35 (1): 81-83
Who Is a Diplomat?
Karen Ahlquist, vol. 35 (1): 85-88
Let Freedom Swing
Jonathan Rosenberg, vol. 35 (1): 89-92
Seeking Haven from the Holocaust
Rafael Medoff, vol. 35 (1): 93-96
The Least Abhorrent Choice?
David F. Schmitz, vol. 35 (1): 97-100
Once More, With Feeling: The Americans, the Russians, and the Atomic Bomb
Andrew J. Rotter, vol. 35 (1): 101-105
A Largely Disappointing Book
Ralph B. Levering, vol. 35 (1): 107-111
Branding America
Tony Shaw, vol. 35 (1): 113-115
How to Change a Regime
M. todd Bennett, vol. 35 (1): 117-120
1948: A Year of Significance
Michael H. Creswell, vol. 35 (1): 121-124
Faith in the Cold War
Joseph Kip Kosek, vol. 35 (1): 125-128