The International History Review articles

Volume 34 (4)

War Pessimism in Britain and an American Peace in Early 1916
vol. 34 (4): 795-817
Sir Basil Zaharoff and Sir Vincent Caillard as Instruments of British Policy towards Greece and the Ottoman Empire during the Asquith and Lloyd George Administrations, 1915–8
vol. 34 (4): 819-839
The First World War and European Integration
vol. 34 (4): 841-863
‘Politicals’, Tribes and Musahibans: The Indian Political Service and Anglo-Afghan Relations 1929–39
vol. 34 (4): 865-886
How Constitutional Concerns Framed the US Contribution to the International Human Rights Regime From Its Inception, 1947–53
vol. 34 (4): 887-909
Britain, Ireland, & Continental Europe in the Eighteenth Century. Similarities, Connections, Identities
vol. 34 (4): 911-912
The Debate on the Trial of the Templars (1307–1314)
vol. 34 (4): 912-913
Heroes of Empire: Five Charismatic Men and the Conquest of Africa
vol. 34 (4): 913-915
Zwischen Empire und Kontinent. Britische Außenpolitik vor dem Ersten Weltkrieg
vol. 34 (4): 915-916
And Fortune Fled. David Lloyd George, the First Democratic Statesman, 1916–1922
vol. 34 (4): 916-918
Organizing for War: France, 1870–1914
vol. 34 (4): 918-919
The British Way in Warfare: Power and the International System, 1856–1956. Essays in Honour of David French
vol. 34 (4): 919-920
Remembering Palestine in 1948: Beyond National Narratives
vol. 34 (4): 920-922
Cheddi Jagan and the Politics of Power
vol. 34 (4): 923-924
Governing the Global Polity: Practice, Mentality, Rationality
vol. 34 (4): 924-925
Transnational Networks in Regional Integration. Governing Europe 1945–83
vol. 34 (4): 925-926
REVIEW ARTICLE
vol. 34 (4): 927-933

Volume 34 (3)

The Impact of Military Service on the British Foreign Office and Diplomatic and Consular Services, 1914–8
vol. 34 (3): 431-448
Commercial Liberties and Nuclear Anxieties: The US-German Feud over Brazil, 1975–7
vol. 34 (3): 449-474
The Treaty-Making Revolution of the Nineteenth Century
vol. 34 (3): 475-500
Bren Guns for China: The Origin and Impact of Sino-Canadian Relations, 1941–9
vol. 34 (3): 501-517
Measure of Despair: the Syndicate for Commerce and Industry, the London Tribune, and German Foreign Policy, 1906–8
vol. 34 (3): 519-557
The Meanings of Conversion: Treaty Law, State Knowledge, and Religious Identity among Russian Captives in the Eighteenth-Century Ottoman Empire
vol. 34 (3): 559-580
Mining the Way to Wealth and Power: Late Qing Reform of Mining Law (1895–1911)
vol. 34 (3): 581-599
Jews and the Imperial State. Identification Politics in Tsarist Russia
vol. 34 (3): 601-602
Georges Clemenceau France
vol. 34 (3): 602-603
From Storm to Freedom: America's Long War with Iraq
vol. 34 (3): 603-605
The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy Revisited
vol. 34 (3): 605-606
Thucydides, Pericles, and Periclean Imperialism
vol. 34 (3): 606-607
Exclusionary Empire: English Liberty Overseas 1600–1900
vol. 34 (3): 607-609
The Making of Modern Greece: Nationalism, Romanticism, and the Uses of the Past
vol. 34 (3): 609-610
Slavery in Brazil
vol. 34 (3): 610-612
From Africa to Jamaica. The Making of an Atlantic Slave Society, 1775–1807
vol. 34 (3): 612-613
Globalisation and the Nation in Imperial Germany
vol. 34 (3): 613-615
Absolute Erotic, Absolute Grotesque: The Living, Dead and Undead in Japan's Imperialism, 1895–1945
vol. 34 (3): 615-616
Imagining Armenia. Orientalism, Ambiguity and Intervention
vol. 34 (3): 616-618
The Vertigo Years: Europe, 1900–1914
vol. 34 (3): 618-619
Civilians in a World at War, 1914–1918
vol. 34 (3): 619-620
Mihály Károlyi and István Bethlen. Hungary
vol. 34 (3): 621-622
Lloyd George and the Appeasement of Germany, 1919–1945
vol. 34 (3): 622-623