Bibliographic update January 2016: All

The International History Review

British Pirates and Society, 1680–1730, by Margarette Lincoln
vol. 37 (5): 1110-1111
Beyond Continents, Colours, and the Cold War: Yugoslavia, Algeria, and the Struggle for Non-Alignment
vol. 37 (5): 912-932
Between Internationalism and Empire: Ireland, the ‘Like-Minded’ Group, and the Search for a New International Order, 1974–82
vol. 37 (5): 1083-1101
Documents on Conservative Foreign Policy, 1852–1878., edited by Geoffrey Hicks, John Charmley, and Bendor Grosvenor
vol. 37 (5): 1107-1108
The Commonwealth and the Cold War, Neutralism, and Non-Alignment
vol. 37 (5): 1059-1082
Empire in Question, Reading Writing and Teaching British Imperialism, by Antoinette Burton
vol. 37 (5): 1109-1110
The Congress of Vienna, Power and Politics after Napoleon, by Brian E. Vick
vol. 37 (5): 1105-1107
The Rise and Fall of Non-Aligned Mediation, 1961–6
vol. 37 (5): 991-1013
Biographies
vol. 37 (5): 1102-1103
Choosing Sides in the Global Cold War: Switzerland, Neutrality, and the Divided States of Korea and Vietnam
vol. 37 (5): 1014-1036
Rethinking Japanese Public Opinion and Security: From Pacifism to Realism? by, Paul Midford
vol. 37 (5): 1104-1105
‘When the Bull Elephants Fight’: Kwame Nkrumah, Non-Alignment, and Pan-Africanism as an Interventionist Ideology in the Global Cold War (1957–66)
vol. 37 (5): 951-969
FDR’s Ambassadors and the Diplomacy of Crisis: From the Rise of Hitler to the End of World War II, by David Mayers
vol. 37 (5): 1111-1112
Non-Alignment, the Third Force, or Fence-Sitting: Independent Pathways in the Cold War
vol. 37 (5): 901-911
The Making of a Non-Aligned Nuclear Power: India's Proliferation Drift, 1964–8
vol. 37 (5): 933-950
Choosing Peace and Order: National Security and Sovereignty in a North American Borderland, 1837–42
ONLINE EARLY
Constructing Sovereignty in Nineteenth-Century China: the Negotiation of Reciprocity in the Sino-Spanish Treaty of 1864
ONLINE EARLY
‘Forewarned Is Forearmed’: Intelligence, Japan's Siberian Intervention, and the Washington Conference
ONLINE EARLY
A ‘New’ Commonwealth for Britain? Negotiating Ghana's Pan-African and Asian Connections at the End of Empire (1951–8)
ONLINE EARLY
British Diplomatic Attitudes towards Europe, 1801–4Ignorant and Indifferent?
ONLINE EARLY
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