H-Diplo Publication Schedule, 26 June to 15 July

The H-Diplo publication schedule for the period 26 June to 15 July is as follows:

Week of 26 June:

1. H-Diplo/ISSF Roundtable Review of Matthew A. Baum and Philip B.K. Potter, War and Democratic Constraint:  How the Public Influences Foreign Policy. Princeton University Press, 2105.

Introduction by Elizabeth N. Saunders, George Washington University


Sarah E. Croco, University of Maryland

Christopher F. Gelpi, The Ohio State University

Thomas J. Scotto, University of Strathclyde

National Coalition for History news

The National Coalition for History has posted legislative information relevant to foreign relations and other historians on its "latest news" page.  Those interested in the National Coalition report can find it at this web address: 


Kristin Hoganson

SHAFR's National Coalition for History representative

ISSF Policy Series: Stability versus Flexibility in Trumpian Foreign Policy

H-Diplo | ISSF POLICY Series
America and the World—2017 and Beyond

Stability versus Flexibility in Trumpian Foreign Policy
Essay by John Prados, National Security Archive

Published on 21 June 2017 | issforum.org

Editors: Robert Jervis, Francis Gavin, Joshua Rovner, and Diane Labrosse
Web and Production Editor: George Fujii

CFA: Exploring the UN War Crimes Commission (UNWCC) archive at the Wiener Library

Your network editor has reposted this from H-Announce. The byline reflects the original authorship.


The Wiener Library for the Study of the Holocaust & Genocide


The Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, SOAS University of London


H-Net Job Guide Weekly Report for H-Announce: 12 June - 19 June

Your network editor has reposted this from H-Announce. The byline reflects the original authorship.


The following jobs were posted to the H-Net Job Guide from 12 June 2017 to 19 June 2017. These job postings are included here based on the categories selected by the list editors for H-Announce.

William Nelson Cromwell Foundation research fellowship

In 2017, the William Nelson Cromwell Foundation will make available a number of $5,000 fellowship awards to support research and writing in American legal history by early-career scholars. Early career generally includes those researching or writing a PhD dissertation (or equivalent project) and recent recipients of a graduate degree working on their first major monograph or research project.


Subscribe to H-Diplo: Discussions