The International History Review articles

Volume 37 (1)

International Relations in Africa before the Europeans
vol. 37 (1): 99-118
International Relations in Africa before the Europeans
vol. 37 (1): 99-118
A Kingdom for a Catholic? Pope Clement VIII, King James VI/I, and the English Succession in International Diplomacy (1592–1605)
vol. 37 (1): 119-141
A Kingdom for a Catholic? Pope Clement VIII, King James VI/I, and the English Succession in International Diplomacy (1592–1605)
vol. 37 (1): 119-141
Madame de Staël and the Transformation of European Politics, 1812–17
vol. 37 (1): 142-166
Madame de Staël and the Transformation of European Politics, 1812–17
vol. 37 (1): 142-166
Helmut Schmidt and the Shaping of Western Security in the Late 1970s: the Guadeloupe Summit of 1979
vol. 37 (1): 167-192
Helmut Schmidt and the Shaping of Western Security in the Late 1970s: the Guadeloupe Summit of 1979
vol. 37 (1): 167-192
Bibliographies
vol. 37 (1): 193-195
Bibliographies
vol. 37 (1): 193-195
Britain's Oceanic Empire. Atlantic and Indian Ocean Worlds, c. 1550–1850, Edited by H.V. Bowen, Elizabeth Mancke, and John G. Reid
vol. 37 (1): 196-196
Britain's Oceanic Empire. Atlantic and Indian Ocean Worlds, c. 1550–1850, Edited by H.V. Bowen, Elizabeth Mancke, and John G. Reid
vol. 37 (1): 196-196
A Review of “Camp and Combat on the Sinai and Palestine Front: The Experience of the British Empire Soldier”, by Edward C. Woodfin
vol. 37 (1): 197-198
A Review of “Camp and Combat on the Sinai and Palestine Front: The Experience of the British Empire Soldier”, by Edward C. Woodfin
vol. 37 (1): 197-198
A Review of “British Prisoners of the Korean War”, by S.P. MacKenzie
vol. 37 (1): 198-199
A Review of “British Prisoners of the Korean War”, by S.P. MacKenzie
vol. 37 (1): 198-199

Volume 36 (5)

Editorial Board
vol. 36 (5): 0-0
Traditions of British International Thought
vol. 36 (5): 823-834
Halford J. Mackinder, Geopolitics, and the Heartland Thesis
vol. 36 (5): 835-857
G.D.H. Cole's International Thought: the Dilemmas of Justifying Socialism in the Twentieth Century
vol. 36 (5): 858-875
Russell’s Realist Radicalism
vol. 36 (5): 876-893
Barbara Wootton, Friedrich Hayek and the debate on democratic federalism in the 1940s
vol. 36 (5): 894-918
F.A. Hayek and the Reinvention of Liberal Internationalism
vol. 36 (5): 919-942
Rival Traditions of Natural Law: Martin Wight and the Theory of International Society
vol. 36 (5): 943-960
Martin Wight, Western Values, and the Whig Tradition of International Thought
vol. 36 (5): 961-981
Biographies
vol. 36 (5): 982-983
Arms Transfers, Neutrality and Britain's Role in the Cold War: Anglo-Swiss Relations 1945–1958. by Marco Wyss/Neutralité Et Engagement: Les relations entre le Comité international de la Croix-Rouge (CICR) et le Gouvernement suisse 1938–1945. by Isabelle V
vol. 36 (5): 984-987
On the Precipice. Stalin, the Red Army Leadership and the Road to Stalingrad, 1931–1942, by Peter Mezhiritsky
vol. 36 (5): 987-988
Clash of Empires in South China: The Allied Nations' Proxy War with Japan, 1935–41, by Franco David Macri
vol. 36 (5): 988-990
Elites and Decolonization in the Twentieth Century, by Jost Duelffer and Marc Frey
vol. 36 (5): 990-991
The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914, by Christopher Clark
vol. 36 (5): 991-993
Underdogs: The Making of the Modern Marine Corps, by Aaron B. O’Connell
vol. 36 (5): 993-995
General Smuts, by Antony Lentin
vol. 36 (5): 995-996
American Foreign Policy in Cold War Laos: The Universe Unravelling, by Seth Jacobs
vol. 36 (5): 996-998

Volume 36 (3)

‘History Has Begun a New Chapter’: US Political-Opinion Journals and the Outbreak of the Korean War
vol. 36 (3): 395-418
Hegel and Clausewitz: Convergence on Method, Divergence on Ethics
vol. 36 (3): 419-442
The Ubiquitous Presence of the Past? Collective Memory and International History
vol. 36 (3): 443-472
The Limits of Intervention: Coercive Diplomacy and the Jewish Question in the Nineteenth Century
vol. 36 (3): 473-492
Soldiers of Misfortune: the Angolan Civil War, The British Mercenary Intervention, and UK Policy towards Southern Africa, 1975–6
vol. 36 (3): 493-512
Hans Morgenthau and the Tragedy of the Nation-State
vol. 36 (3): 513-529