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Diplomatic History: The journal of the Society for historians of American foreign relations ()

Vol. 29 N 4  2005

1. Adamson M.R. "Must we overlook all impairment of our interests?": Debating the foreign aid role of the Export-Import Bank, 1934-41 - P.589-623

2. Domenico R.P. "For the cause of Christ here in Italy": America's protestant challenge in Italy and the cultural ambiguity of the Cold War - P.625-653

3. Casey S. Selling NSC-68: The Truman administration, public opinion, and the politics of vobilization, 1950-51 - P.655-690

4. Ashton N.J. Harold Macmillan and the "Golden Days" of anglo-american relations revisited, 1957-1963 - P.691-723


Vol. 30 N 1  2006

1. Stagg J.C.A. James Madison and George Mathews: The East Florida Revolution of 1812 reconsidered - P.23-56

2. Kaufman S. and Soares J.A.,Jr. " Sagacious deyond praise?": Winfield Scott and Anglo-American-Canadian border diplomacy, 1837-1860 - P.57-82

3. Walker III W.O. Crucible for peace: Herbert Hoover, modernization, and economic grouth in Latin America - P.83-118

4. Fair J.D. The intellectual JFK: Lessons in statesmanship from British history - P.119-142


Vol. 30 N 2  2006

1. Kramer P.A. Race-making and colonial violence in the U.S.empire: The Philippine-American war as race war - P.169-210

2. Asada S. Between the old diplomacy and the new, 1918-1922: THe Washington system and the origins of japanese-american rapprochement - P.211-230

3. Graham S.E. The (real)politics of culture: U.S.cultural diplomacy in Unesco, 1946-1954 - P.231-252

4. Brands H. Progress unseen: U.S.arms control policy and the origins of Detente, 1963-1968 - P.253-285


Vol. 30 N 3  2006

1. Sexton J. The United States, the Cuban rebellion, and the multilateral initiative of 1875 - P.335-367

2. Moses Rosendorf N. Be El Caudillo's guest: the Franco Regime's quest for rehabilitation and dollars after World War II via the promotion of U.S. tourism to Spain - P.367-409

3. Calvo-Gonzalez O. Neither a carrot nor a stick: American foreign aid and economic policymacing in Spain during the 1950s - P.409-439

4. Klarevas L. Were the eagle and the phoenix birds of a feather? The United States and the Greak coup of 1967 - P.471-509

5. E. Ambrosius L. Woodrow Wilson and George W. Bush: historical comparisons of ends and means in their foreign policies - P.509-545


Vol. 30 N 4  2006

1. Hoganson K. Stuff it: domestic consumption and the americanization of the world paradigm - P.571-595

2. M. Colby J. "Banana growing and negro management": race, labor, and Jim Crow colonialism in Guatemala, 1884-1930 - P.595-623

3. Danielson L. Christianity, dissent, and the Cold War: A. J. Muste's challenge to realism and U.S. empire - P.645-671

4. F. Jacobs M. The perils and promise of Islam: the United States and the muslim Middle East in the early Cold War - P.705-741

5. Brogi A. "Competing missions": France, Italy, and the rise of American hegemony in the Mediterranean - P.741-771


Vol. 30 N 5  2006

1. Preston A. Bridging the gap between the sacred and the secular in the history of American foreign relations - P.783-813

2. J. Malanson J. The congressional debate over U.S. participation in the Congress of Panama, 1825-1826: Washington's farewell address, Monroe's doctrine, and the fundamental principles of U.S. foreign policy - P.813-839

3. Botts J. "Nothing to seek and...nothing to defend": George F. Kennan's core values and American foreign policy, 1938-1993 - P.839-867

4. Parker J. Cold War II: the Eisenhower administration, the Bandung conference, and the reperiodization of the postwar era - P.867-893

5. Waite J. Contesting "the right of decision": New Zealand, the Commonwealth, and the new look - P. 893-919


Vol. 31 N 1  2007

1. B. Woods R. The politics of idealism: Lyndon Johnson, civil rights, and Vietnam - P.1-19

2. Kawamura N. Emperor Hirohito and Japan's decision to go to war with the United States: reexamined - P.51-81

3. Pan L. Whither Japan's military potential? The Nixon administration's stance on Japanese defense power - P.111-143


Vol. 31 N 2  2007

1. Parmenter J., P. Robison M. The perils and possibilities of wartime neutrality on the edges of Empire: Iroquois and Acadians between the French and British in North America, 1744-1760 - P.167-207

2. R. Aguila J. Mexican/U.S. immigration policy prior to the Great depression - P.207-227

3. Keliher M.  Anglo-American rivalry and the origins of U.S. China policy - P.227-259

4. Lumbers M. "Staying out of this Chinese muddle": the Johnson Administration's response to the cultural revolution - P.259-295

5. G.Gray W. Floating the system: Germany, the United States, and the breakdown of Bretton Woods, 1969-1973 - P.295-325


Vol. 31 N 3  2007 - 40- The Society for historians of American foreign relations (SHAFR).

Vol.31 N 5  2007
1. Threkeld M. The pan American conference of women,1922: successful suffragists turn to international relations - p. 801-828
2. McKercher B. F. C. "A certain irritation": the White House, the State Department and the desire for a naval statement with Great Britan - p. 829-864
3. Alvares D. Trying to make the MAGIC last: American diplomatic codebreaking in the early cold war - p. 865-882
4. Hagulund D. G. Roosevelt as "friend of france" - but which one? - p. 883-908
5. Torikata Y. Reexamining de Gaulle peace initiative on the Vietnam war - p. 909-938


Vol. 32 1  2008

Lazarowitz A. Different Approaches to a Reagional Search for Balance: The Johnson Administration, the State Department, and the Middle East, 1964-1967 - p.25

2.Bunch C.L. Strike at Samu: Jordan, Israel, the United States, and the Origins of the Six-Day War - p.55

3. Lerner M. "Trying to Find the Guy Who Invited Them": Lyndon Johnson, Bridge Building, and the End of the End of the Prague Spring - p.77

4. Brands H. Third World Politics in an Age of Global Turmoil: The Latin American Challenge to U.S. and Western Hegemony, 1965-1975 - p.105


 Vol. 32 N 2 2008

1. Jenner C.J. Turning the Hinge of Fate: Good Source and the UK-U.S. Intelligence Alliance, 1940-1942 - p.165--205

2. Etberidge B.C. The Desert Fox, Memory Diplomacy, and the German Question in Early Cold War America - p.207-238

3. Frazier J.D. Almost Persuaded: The Johnson Administration's Extension of Nuclear Cooperation with South Africa, 1965-167 - p.239-258


Vol. 32 N 4 2008

1. Friedman M.P. Anti-Americanism and U.S.Foreign Relations - P.497


2. Robertson Th. "This Is the American Earth": American Empire, the Cold War, and American Environmentalism - P.561

3. Flippen B.J. Richard Nixon, russell Train, and the Birth of Modern American Environmental Diplomacy - P.613


Vol. 32 N 5 2008

Forum: Biography after the Cultural turn

1. Costigliola F. Broken Circle: The Isolation of Franklin D. Roosevelt in World War II - p.677-718

2. Suri J. Henry Kissinger, the American Dream, and the Jewish Immigrant E[perience in the Cold War - p.719-747

3. Woods R.B. Conflicted Hegemon: LBJ and the Dominican Republic - p.749-766


1. Goedde P. "Thick Description": An Assessment of FDR, LBJ, and Henry Kissinger - p.767-771

2. Rotter A. Foreign relations Biography and the Cultural Turn - p.773-778

3. Tudda C. "A Messiah that Will Never Come": A New Look at Saratoga, Independence, and Revolutionary War Diplomacy - p.779-810

4. Taylor M.J. Diplomats in Turmoil: Creating a Middle Ground in Post-Anschluss Austria - p.811-839

5. Sewell B. A Perfect (Free-Market) World? Economics, the Eisenhower Administration, and the Soviet Economic Offensive in Latin America - p.841-868

6. Power M. The engendering of Anticommunism and Fear in Chile's 1964 Presidential Election - p.931-953


Vol.3 3 N 1 2009

1. Hajimu M. Rumors of  War: Immigration Disputes and the Social Construction of American-Japanese Relation, 1905-1913 - p.1-38

 2. Lucas S. and Mistry K. Illusions of Coherence: George F.Kennan, U.S. Strategy and Political Warfare in the Early Cold War,1946-1950 - p.39-66

3. Edwards M. ``God Has Chosen Us``: Re-Membering Christian Realism, Rescuing Christendom, and the Contest of Responsibilities during the Cold War - p.67-94


Vol. 33 N 2 2009

1. Schwarts T.A. ``Herny,...Winning an Election Is Terribly Important``: Partisan Politics in the History of U.S. Foreign Relations - p.173-190

2. Kuzmarov J. Modernizing Repression: Police Training, Political Violence, and Nation-Building in the ``American Century``- p.191-222

3. Greham S.E. American Propaganda, the Anglo-American Alliance, and the ``Delicate Question`` of Indians Self-Determination - p.223-260

4. Dorn A.W. and Pauk R. Unsung Mediator: U Thant and the Cuban Missile Crisis - p.261-292

5. Burr W. ``Casting a Shadow`` Over Trade: The Problem of Private Claims and Blocked Assets in U.S.-China Relations, 1972-1975 - p.315-350


Vol. 33 N 3 2009

1. Engerman D.C. and Unger C.R. Introduction: Towards a Global History of Modernization - p.375-386

2. Maul D. "Help Them Move the ILO Way": The International Labor Organization and the Modernization Discours in the Era of Decolonization and the Cold War - p.387-404

3. Pribilsky J. Development and "Indian Problem" in the Cold War Andes: Indigenismo, Science, and Modernization in the Making of the Cornell-Peru Project at Vicos - p.405-426


Vol. 33 N 4 2009

1. Fardella E. The Sino-American Normalization: A Reassessment - p. 545-578

2. Walker B. "Friens, But Not Allies" - Cyrus Vance and the Normalization of Rolation with China - p.579-594

3. Caldwell D. The Legitimation of the Nixon-Kissinger Grand Design and Grand Strategy - p.633-652

4. Zelizer J.E. Detente and Domestic Politics - p.653-670

5. Selvage D.E. Transforming the Soviet Sphere of Infiuence? U.S.-Soviet Detente and Eastern Europe, 1969-1976 - p. 671-688

6. Twigge S.R. Operation Hullabaloo: Henry Kissinger, British Diplomacy, and the Agreement on the Prevention of Nuclear War - p.689-702

7. Romano A. Detente, Entente, or Linkage? The Helsinki Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe in U.S. Relations with the Soviet Union - p.703-722

8. Parthe K. The Politics of Detente-Era Cultural Texts: 1969-1976 - p.723-734

9. Pedaliu E.G.H. "A Sta of Confusion": The Mediterranean and Detente, 1969-1974 - p.735-750


Vol. 33 N 5 2009

1. Kramer, Paul A. Is the World Our Campus? International Students and U.S. Global Power in the LongTwentieth Century - p 775-806
2. Repousis Angelo "The Devil's Apostle": Jonas King's Trial against the Greek Hierarchy in 1852 and the Pressure to Extend U.S. Protection for American Missionaries Overseas. - p 807-837
3.  Smith, Kevin Reassessing Roosevelt's View of Chamberlain after Munich: Ideological Affinity in the Geoffrey Thompson-Claude Bowers Correspondence. - p 839-864

4. Bozo, Frédéric "Winners" and "Losers": France, the United States, and the End of the Cold War. - p 927-956
5. SPECIAL FORUM: GEORGE HERRING AS TEACHER AND SCHOLAR: Schulzinger, Robert D./ Blankenship, Cary W./ Brigham, Robert K./ Hall, Mitchell K./ Libbey, James K./ Longley, Kyle

Vol. 33 N 5 2009

1. Engel, Jeffrey A. A Better World... but Don't Get Carried Away: The Foreign Policy of George H. W. Bush Twenty Years On 
pp. - 25-46
2. Cull, Nicholas J. Speeding the Strange Death of American Public Diplomacy: The George H. W. Bush Administration and the U.S. Information Agency. - pp. 47-69
3. Kluver, Randolph Rhetorical Trajectories of Tiananmen Square. - pp. 71-94
4. Preston, Andrew The Politics of Realism and Religion: Christian Responses to Bush's New World Order. - pp. 95-118
5. Sarotte, Mary Elise Not One Inch Eastward? Bush, Baker, Kohl, Genscher, Gorbachev, and the Origin of Russian Resentment toward NATO Enlargement in February 1990. - pp. 119-140
6. Sparrow, Bartholomew H. Realism's Practitioner: Brent Scowcroft and the Making of the New World Order, 1989-1993. - pp. 141-175

Vol. 34 N 2 2010

1. Gripentrog, John The Transnational Pastime: Baseball and American Perceptions of Japan in the 1930s. - p 247-273

2. Pullin, Eric D. "Noise and Flutter": American Propaganda Strategy and Operation in India during World War II. - p 275-298
3. Manela, Erez A Pox on Your Narrative: Writing Disease Control into Cold War History. - p 299-323
4. Aono, Toshihiko "It Is Not Easy for the United States to Carry the Whole Load": Anglo-American Relations during the Berlin Crisis, 19611962. - p 325-356
5. Lerner, Mitchell "A Big Tree of Peace and Justice": The Vice Presidential Travels of Lyndon Johnson. - p 357-393
6. Yang, Kuisong and Xia, Yafeng Vacillating between Revolution and Détente: Mao's Changing Psyche and Policy toward the United States, 19691976. - p 395-423

Vol. 34 N 3 2010

Special forum: The politics of troop withdrawal

Vol. 34 N 4 2010

1. Elizabeth Borgwardt Commerce and Complicity: Corporate Responsibility for Human Rights Abuses as a Legacy of Nuremberg. - p. 627-640.

2. Elizabeth Mckillen Integrating Labor into the Narrative of Wilsonian Internationalism: A Literature Review. - p. 643-662.

3. Geert Van Goethem Labor's Second Front: The Foreign Policy of the American and British Trade Union Movements during the Second World War. - p. 663680.
4. Daniel Eugene Garcia Class and Brass: Demobilization, Working Class Politics, and American Foreign Policy between World War and Cold War. - p. 681698.
5. John Bennett Sears Peace Work: The Antiwar Tradition in American Labor from the Cold War to the Iraq War. - p. 699720.

Vol. 34 N 4 2010

1. Binoy Kampmark No Peace with the Hohenzollerns: American Attitudes on Political Legitimacy towards Hohenzollern Germany, 19171918 (pages 769791)
2.Christopher Hull Going to War in Buses: The Anglo-American Clash over Leyland Sales to Cuba, 19631964 (pages 793822)
3. Barbara Keys Congress, Kissinger, and the Origins of Human Rights Diplomacy (pages 823851)

4. Andrew C. Mckevitt You Are Not Alone!: Anime and the Globalizing of America (pages 893921)

Vol. 35 N 1 2011

1. Andrew J. Rotter Empires of the Senses: How Seeing, Hearing, Smelling, Tasting, and Touching ShapedImperial Encounters (pages 319)

Vol. 35 N 2 2011

1. Dorn, Glenn J.  Pushing Tin: U.S.-Bolivian Relations and the Coming of the National Revolution (pages 203228)
2. Healey, Timothy Will Clayton, Negotiating the Marshall Plan, and European Economic Integration (pages 229256)
3. Labelle, Maurice Jr. The Only Thorn: Early Saudi-American Relations and the Question of Palestine, 19451949 (pages 257281)
4. Rubinson, Paul Crucified on a Cross of Atoms: Scientists, Politics, and the Test Ban Treaty (pages 283319)
5. Gurman, Hannah The Other Plumbers Unit: The Dissent Channel of the U.S. State Department (pages 321349)
6. Schmidli, William Michael Institutionalizing Human Rights in U.S. Foreign Policy: U.S.-Argentine Relations, 19761980 (pages 351377)

Vol. 35 N 3 2011

1. SHARON HARTMAN STROM If Success Depends Upon Enterprise: Central America, U.S. Foreign Policy, and Race in the Travel Narratives of E. G. Squier (pages 403443)
2. THRONTVEIT , TRYGVE  The Fable of the Fourteen Points: Woodrow Wilson and National Self-Determination (pages 445481)
3. JOHNSTONE ANDREW  Creating a Democratic Foreign Policy: The State Department's Division of Public Liaison and Public Opinion, 19441953 (pages 483503)
4. HARRISON, BENJAMIN T. and MOSHER, CHRISTOPHER L.  The Secret Diary of McNamara's Dove: The Long-Lost Story of John T. McNaughton's Opposition to the Vietnam War (pages 505534)
5. ZARETSKY, NATASHA  Restraint or Retreat? The Debate over the Panama Canal Treaties and U.S. Nationalism after Vietnam (pages 535562)

Vol. 35 N 4 2011

1. BARBARA KEYS Henry Kissinger: The Emotional Statesman (pages 587609)


2. ROBERT DEAN Introduction: Cultures of Secrecy in Postwar America (pages 611613)
3.  K. A. CUORDILEONE The Torment of Secrecy: Reckoning with American Communism and Anticommunism after Venona (pages 615642)
4.   JANET FARRELL BRODIE Learning Secrecy in the Early Cold War: The RAND Corporation (pages 643670)
5. KATHRYN S. OLMSTED The Truth Is Out There: Citizen Sleuths from the Kennedy Assassination to the 9/11 Truth Movement (pages 671693)

Vol. 35 N 5 2011


1. MARGARET E. MCGUINNESS  Peace v. Justice: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Modern Origins of the Debate (pages 749768)
2. WILLIAM A. SCHABAS International War Crimes Tribunals and the United States (pages 769786)
3. CAROL ANDERSON The Moral Arc of the Universe Bends Long but It Bends toward Justice: The Search for Justice in International Law (pages 787791)
4. ERIC D. WEITZ The Human Rights Surges of the 1940s and 1990s: A Commentary on Margaret E. McGuinness and William A. Schabas (pages 793796)
5. STEPHEN WERTHEIM The League That Wasn't: American Designs for a Legalist-Sanctionist League of Nations and the Intellectual Origins of International Organization, 19141920 (pages 797836)
6. MILAN BABÍK George D. Herron and the Eschatological Foundations of Woodrow Wilson's Foreign Policy, 19171919 (pages 837857)
7. PHILIP E. DOW Romance in a Marriage of Convenience: The Missionary Factor in Early Cold War U.S.-Ethiopian Relations, 19411960 (pages 859895)

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