How should we read the Crusades? The question begs a host of others, not least how do we read them, in the light of how we have read them in the past.
Is the United States an empire? Scholars of United States foreign relations will be well familiar with the debates that provide the background to James G. Morgan’s stimulating new monograph on foreign policy revisionism.
Today, a half-century after his death, Winston Churchill stands like a colossus over the political, diplomatic and military history of the 20th century, and of its most terrible armed conflict, the Second World War. The already voluminous number of historical studies devoted to him and his career continues to grow, and amounts to a full-blown industry – never mind the ‘cottage’ part.
Hard Choices details Hillary Rodham Clinton’s four years as Secretary of State, from 2009 to 2013.