Bibliographic update January 2017: All

The International History Review

The Power-Transition Crisis of the 240s BCE and the Creation of the Parthian State
vol. 38 (5): 984-1013
Human Rights and International Security: The International Community and the Greek Dictators
vol. 38 (5): 1014-1039
A Great American Scholar of the Royal Navy? The Disputed Legacy of Arthur Marder Revisited
vol. 38 (5): 1040-1054
Studying the International, Serving the Nation: The Origins of International Relations (IR) Scholarship in Germany, 1912–33
vol. 38 (5): 1055-1080
Biographies
vol. 38 (5): 1081-1082
Women of the World: The Rise of the Female Diplomat, by Helen McCarthy
vol. 38 (5): 1083-1084
Never Surrender: Winston Churchill and Britain's Decision to Fight Nazi Germany in the Fateful Summer of 1940, by Kelly John
vol. 38 (5): 1084-1085
Rab Butler: The Best Prime Minister We Never Had?, by Jago Michael
vol. 38 (5): 1085-1087
A Cornerstone of Modern Diplomacy. Britain and the Negotiation of the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, by Kai Bruns
vol. 38 (5): 1087-1088
Geopolitics and the Quest for Dominance, by Black Jeremy
vol. 38 (5): 1088-1089
Attlee, Bevin, and Political Warfare: Labour's Secret Anti-Communist Campaign in Europe, 1948–51
ONLINE EARLY
Balance of Power vs. Perpetual Peace: Paradigms of European Order from Utrecht to Vienna, 1713–1815
ONLINE EARLY
Policy versus practice. Behind the scenes in Dutch development aid, 1949–1989
ONLINE EARLY
Macmillan, Nkrumah and the 1961 Application for European Economic Community Membership
ONLINE EARLY
‘We Have Been Making History’: The League of Nations and the Leticia Dispute (1932–1934)
ONLINE EARLY
America's Role in the Five Power Defence Arrangements: Anglo-American Power Transition in South-East Asia, 1967–1971
ONLINE EARLY
The World Bank–United States–Latin American Triangle: The Negotiations with Socialist Chile, 1970–1973
ONLINE EARLY
Obstruction as Power: Rethinking Britain's Caucasus Occupation 1918–20
ONLINE EARLY
A sympathetic appraisal of Cold War modernization theory
ONLINE EARLY
Re-evaluating the Yom Kippur ‘Intelligence Failure’: The Cultural Lens in Crisis
ONLINE EARLY
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