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H-Diplo Article Review 537 on “The Interdependent Hegemon: the United States and the Quest for Strategic Raw Materials during the Early Cold War.” [3 July 2015]

H-Diplo Article Reviews
No. 537
Published on 3 July 2015

H-Diplo Article Review Editors:  Thomas Maddux and Diane Labrosse
Web and Production Editor: George Fujii
Commissioned for H-Diplo by Thomas Maddux

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PDF version of H-Diplo Article Review 537 on Mats Ingulstad.  “The Interdependent Hegemon: the United States and the Quest for Strategic Raw Materials during the Early Cold War.”  The International History Review 37:1 (2015): 59-79.  DOI:  10.1080/07075332.2013.879911.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07075332.2013.879911

National Security Archive: Srebrenica Conference Documents Detail Path to Genocide from 1993 to 1995

Srebrenica Conference Documents Detail Path to Genocide from 1993 to 1995

Documents show contradictions between New York UN declarations and ground realities, resistance from member states to back up resolutions

H-Diplo Article Review 536 on “Helmut Schmidt and the Shaping of Western Security in the Late 1970s: the Guadeloupe Summit of 1979" [1 July 2015]

H-Diplo Article Reviews
No. 536
Published on 1 July 2015

H-Diplo Article Review Editors:  Thomas Maddux and Diane Labrosse
Web and Production Editor: George Fujii
Commissioned for H-Diplo by Thomas Maddux

 

[PDF] H-Diplo Article Review 536 [1 July 2015]

PDF version of H-Diplo Article Review 536 on Kristina Spohr.  “Helmut Schmidt and the Shaping of Western Security in the Late 1970s:  the Guadeloupe Summit of 1979.”  The International History Review 37:1 (January 2015):  167-192.  DOI:  10.1080/07075332.2013.836125.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07075332.2013.836125

CFP When the nation is not enough. Democratic rights on the global stage, 1870-1970, Leiden, The Netherlands, 14-16 January 2016

Democratic rights are often conceived of, and have developed, in national frameworks. However, not all groups within the nation state have always felt they could stake their claims sufficiently on the national stage. In order to make their claims heard and increase their legitimacy they appealed to the international stage, a phenomenon that Keck and Sikkink call the boomerang effect. This workshop aims to contribute to this literature by investigating the connections between scales of mobilisation.

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