The International History Review

The International History Review is the only English-language quarterly devoted entirely to the history of international relations and the history of international thought. Since 1979 the Review has established itself as one of the premier History journals in the world, read and regularly cited by both political scientists and historians. The Review serves as a bridge between historical research and the study of international relations. The Review publishes articles exploring the history of international relations and the history of international thought. The editors particularly welcome submissions that explore the history of current conflicts and conflicts of current interest; the development of international thought; diplomatic history; the history of international relations theory; and the history of international organisations and global governance. The Review publishes articles, review articles and book reviews. Articles should be no more than 12,000 words (including footnotes), while review articles should not exceed 6,000 words. Shorter articles are welcome. The editors also welcome proposals for special issues or sections. Book reviews should be between 500 and 1,000 words, with the final length for each review being decided by the book reviews editor.

Five issues a year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
07075332
ISSN (online): 
19496540

Latest articles

Erratum
ONLINE EARLY
Erratum
ONLINE EARLY
A ‘German Invasion’? Irish Rural Radicalism, European Integration, and Irish Modernisation, 1958–73
ONLINE EARLY
The House of Nassau between France and Independence, 1795–1814: Lesser Powers, Strategies of Conflict Resolution, Dynastic Networks
ONLINE EARLY
Accommodating and Confronting the Portuguese Dictatorship within NATO, 1970–4
ONLINE EARLY
‘Local Repercussions’: the Impact of Staff ‘Bias’ and Market ‘Sensitivity’ on Reuters Coverage of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, 1967–73
ONLINE EARLY

Volume 39 (1)

Irregular Auxiliaries after 1945
vol. 39 (1): 14-29
Toads and Informers: How the British Treated their Collaborators during the Cyprus Emergency, 1955–9
vol. 39 (1): 71-88
Reprisal Violence and the Harkis in French Algeria, 1962
vol. 39 (1): 89-106
The suppression of the Congo rebellions and the rise of Mobutu, 1963–5
vol. 39 (1): 107-125
Saved by the Civil War: African ‘Loyalists’ in the Portuguese Armed Forces and Angola's Transition to Independence
vol. 39 (1): 126-142
Out of Arabia: British Strategy and the Fate of Local Forces in Aden, South Yemen, and Oman, 1967–76
vol. 39 (1): 143-164
Conservative Politics in National and Imperial Crisis: Letters from Britain to the Viceroy of India 1926–31, edited by Stuart Ball
vol. 39 (1): 167-168
The Month that Changed the World: July 1914, by Gordon Martel
vol. 39 (1): 168-169
Diplomacy and Nation-Building in Africa, Franco-British Relations and Cameroon at the End of Empire, by Mélanie Torrent
vol. 39 (1): 170-171
War in Social Thought: Hobbes to the Present, by Hans Joas and Wolfgang Knoebl
vol. 39 (1): 171-172
Empire's Twin: U.S. Anti-Imperialism from the Founding Era to the Age of Terrorism, edited Ian Tyrrell and Jay Sexton
vol. 39 (1): 172-174

Volume 38 (5)

‘Nuclear Sword of the Moslem World’?: the United States, Britain, Pakistan, and the ‘Islamic Bomb’, 1977–80
vol. 38 (5): 857-879
Walking the Thin Line: India's Anti-Racist Diplomatic Practice in South Africa, Canada, and Australia, 1946–55
vol. 38 (5): 880-899
Euhemerus and the Chronicle of John Malalas
vol. 38 (5): 900-929