Bibliographic update October 2016: All

The International History Review

Reprisal Violence and the Harkis in French Algeria, 1962
vol. 39 (1): 89-106
Choosing Peace and Order: National Security and Sovereignty in a North American Borderland, 1837–42
vol. 38 (5): 943-960
‘Nuclear Sword of the Moslem World’?: the United States, Britain, Pakistan, and the ‘Islamic Bomb’, 1977–80
vol. 38 (5): 857-879
Walking the Thin Line: India's Anti-Racist Diplomatic Practice in South Africa, Canada, and Australia, 1946–55
vol. 38 (5): 880-899
Human Rights and International Security: The International Community and the Greek Dictators
vol. 38 (5): 1014-1039
Destruction Repaired and Destruction Anticipated: United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), the Atomic Bomb, and US Policy 1944–6
vol. 38 (5): 961-983
A Great American Scholar of the Royal Navy? The Disputed Legacy of Arthur Marder Revisited
vol. 38 (5): 1040-1054
The Power-Transition Crisis of the 240s BCE and the Creation of the Parthian State
vol. 38 (5): 984-1013
The Nixon and Ford Administrations and the Future of Post-Franco Spain (1970–6)
vol. 38 (5): 930-942
Euhemerus and the Chronicle of John Malalas
vol. 38 (5): 900-929
Studying the International, Serving the Nation: The Origins of International Relations (IR) Scholarship in Germany, 1912–33
vol. 38 (5): 1055-1080
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
vol. 38 (4): 854-856
Substitute for Power: Wartime British Propaganda to the Balkans, 1939–44., by Ioannis Stefanidis
Power in Concert, The Nineteenth Century Origins of Global Governance, by Jennifer Mitzen
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