The H-Diplo publication schedule for the period 06 to 17 February is as follows:
Week of 06 February:
1. H-Diplo/RJISSF Roundtable Review of Brandon Wolfe-Hunnicutt. The Paranoid Style in American Diplomacy: Oil and Arab Nationalism in Iraq. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2021.
Introduction by Robert Vitalis, University of Pennsylvania
Nathaniel George, Harvard University
Bryan R. Gibson, Hawaii Pacific University
David S. Painter, Emeritus Georgetown University
Sara Pursley, New York University
Author’s Response by Brandon Wolfe-Hunnicutt, California State University, Stanislaus
2. H-Diplo Article Review of Mauro Elli, “Nuclear Power is not just Economics’: Atomic Energy and Economic Development in the Karachi Nuclear Power Plant Project (Kanupp), 1955–1965.” Cold War History 22:4 (2022): 1 – 23.
Reviewed by Sadia Tasleem, University of British Columbia
3. H-Diplo Book Review Deborah Bauer. Marianne is Watching: Intelligence, Counterintelligence, and the Origins of the French Surveillance State. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2021.
Reviewed by Susan McCall Perlman, National Intelligence University
4. H-Diplo/RJISSF Roundtable Review of Danielle L. Lupton. Reputation for Resolve: How Leaders Signal Determination in International Politics. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2020.
Introduction by Alexandre Debs, Yale University
Brian Blankenship, University of Miami
Kathleen E. Powers, Dartmouth College
Jennifer Spindel, University of New Hampshire
Author’s Response by Danielle L. Lupton, Colgate University
Week of 13 February:
1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Steven J. Brady. Chained to History: Slavery and US Foreign Relations to 1865. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2022.
Introduction by Jay Sexton, University of Missouri
Ron Johnson, Baylor University
Andrew Priest, University of Essex
Maureen Connors Santelli, Northern Virginia Community College
James Shinn, Wesleyan University
Author’s Response by Steven J. Brady, The George Washington University
2. H-Diplo Article Review of Judd Kinzley. “Wartime Dollars and the Crowning of China’s Hog Bristle King: The Dubious Legacies of American Aid, 1938-1949.” American Historical Review 127:1 (2022): 31-61.
Reviewed by Jeong Min Kim, University of Manitoba
3. H-Diplo|RJISSF Commentary Series on Japan’s 2022 National Security Strategy
“Japan’s New NSS: Zeitenwende or Time-Tested Tradition?”
Essay by Erik Isaksson, Free University of Berlin
4. H-Diplo Review of Forum “Pursuit of Peace and Cooperation: Soviet Citizens and Foreign Friends during the Cold War” in Diplomatic History 46.3 (June 2022): 462–568.
Reviewed by Rachel Applebaum, Tufts University
5. H-Diplo/RJISSF Roundtable Review of David M. McCourt. The New Constructivism in International Relations Theory. Bristol: Bristol University Press, 2022.
Introduction by Mark Raymond, University of Oklahoma
Elif Kalaycioglu, University of Alabama
Stefanie Neumeier, University of Southern California
Jason Ralph, University of Leeds
Author’s Response by David M. McCourt, University of California, Davis
With best regards,
Diane Labrosse, H-Diplo managing editor