Bibliographic update January 2017: All

The International History Review

Attlee, Bevin, and Political Warfare: Labour's Secret Anti-Communist Campaign in Europe, 1948–51
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Napoleon, Jefferson, and the Louisiana Purchase
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Early Modern Peace and International Society: Using Disciplinary Hybridity to Question the Pax Hispanica (1598–1618)
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British hospitality for an unfortunate prince: the Duc de Bordeaux's visit to Britain as an early test of the entente cordiale, 1843–4
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‘A Hazardous Task’: Britain and the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations
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Balance of Power vs. Perpetual Peace: Paradigms of European Order from Utrecht to Vienna, 1713–1815
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Policy versus practice. Behind the scenes in Dutch development aid, 1949–1989
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Macmillan, Nkrumah and the 1961 Application for European Economic Community Membership
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‘We Have Been Making History’: The League of Nations and the Leticia Dispute (1932–1934)
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Pax Britannica. Ruling the Waves. Ruling the Waves and Keeping the Peace before Armageddon, by Barry Gough
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America's Role in the Five Power Defence Arrangements: Anglo-American Power Transition in South-East Asia, 1967–1971
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The World Bank–United States–Latin American Triangle: The Negotiations with Socialist Chile, 1970–1973
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Obstruction as Power: Rethinking Britain's Caucasus Occupation 1918–20
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A sympathetic appraisal of Cold War modernization theory
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Re-evaluating the Yom Kippur ‘Intelligence Failure’: The Cultural Lens in Crisis
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Missionary Critiques of Empire, 1920–1932: Between Interventionism and Anti-imperialism
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John Foster Dulles, illness, masculinity and US foreign relations, 1953–1961
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A Historical Inevitability?: Kissinger and US Contacts with the Palestinians (1973–76)
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They Fear Us, yet Cling to Us: Russian Negotiations with Tsushima Domain Officials during the 1861 Tsushima Incident
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Systems and Boundaries in International History
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