Bibliographic update April 2016: All

Cold War History

World on fire: the politics of napalm in the Global Cold War
ONLINE EARLY
The Atomic Marshall Plan: Atoms for Peace, British diplomacy and civil nuclear power
ONLINE EARLY
The Soviet Union and the creation of the International Atomic Energy Agency
ONLINE EARLY
To ‘educate’ Deng Xiaoping in capitalism: Thatcher’s visit to China and the future of Hong Kong in 1982
ONLINE EARLY
On the ‘arcane modern science of Kremlinology’ or the case of the vanishing birthdays
ONLINE EARLY
A significant periphery of the Cold War: Italy-China bilateral relations, 1949–1989
ONLINE EARLY
The Cold War, the developing world, and the creation of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), 1953–1957
ONLINE EARLY
‘A statement against the totalitarian countries of Europe’: human rights and the early Cold War
ONLINE EARLY
Fighting the red peril in the Congo. Paradoxes and perspectives on an equivocal challenge to Belgium and the West (1947–1960)
ONLINE EARLY
The Battle for Mozambique: The Frelimo-Renamo Struggle, 1977–1992
ONLINE EARLY
Soviet Leaders and Intelligence: Assessing the American Adversary During the Cold War
ONLINE EARLY
Stalin, Vol. I: paradoxes of power, 1878–1928
ONLINE EARLY

Contemporary British History

Between Vanity and Sensitiveness: Indo–British Relations During Vijayalakshmi Pandit’s High-Commissionership (1954–61)
vol. 30 (1): 20-39
British Union of Fascists
vol. 30 (1): 1-19
Developing Psychogeriatric Services in England: A Turning Point in the 1960s?
vol. 30 (1): 40-72
The Bullock Report on Industrial Democracy and the Post-War Consensus
vol. 30 (1): 119-149
Miss Moriarty, the Adventuress and the Crime Queen: The Rise of the Modern Female Criminal in Britain, 1918–1939
vol. 30 (1): 73-98
From Solidarity to ‘Shock Therapy’. British Foreign Policy Towards Poland Under the Thatcher Government, 1980–1990
vol. 30 (1): 99-118
An Ideological Dispute: Accusations of Marxist Bias in the Sociology of Education During the 1970s
ONLINE EARLY
Lancashire Conservatives, Tariff Reform and Indian Responsible Government
ONLINE EARLY
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