The H-Diplo publication schedule for the period 08 to 26 October is as follows:
Week of 08 October:
1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Sophie Quinn-Judge, The Third Force in the Vietnam War: The Elusive Search for Peace, 1954-1975. London: I.B. Taurus & Co. Ltd, 2017.
Introduction by Thomas Maddux, Emeritus, California State University Northridge
Claire Thị Liên Trần, Irasec, Bangkok
Sean Fear, University of Leeds
Tuong Vu, University of Oregon
2. H-Diplo Article Review on Lyong Choi’s article, “Human Rights, Popular Protest, and Jimmy Carter’s Plan to Withdraw U.S. Troops from South Korea,” Diplomatic History 41:5 (Nov 2017), 933-958.
Reviewed by Jooyoung Lee, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
3. H-Diplo/ISSF Book Review of Andrew Futter, Hacking the Bomb: Cyber Threats and Nuclear Weapons. Georgetown. Georgetown University Press, 2018.
Reviewed by Jacquelyn Schneider, U.S. Naval War College
4. H-Diplo/ISSF Article Review of David Shambaugh, “U.S.-China Rivalry in Southeast Asia: Power Shift or Competitive Coexistence,” International Security 42:4 (Spring 2018), 85-127; Eric Heginbotham and Richard J. Samuels, “Active Denial: Redesigning Japan’s Response to China’s Military Challenge,” International Security 42:4 (Spring 2018), 128-169; Jennifer Lind and Daryl G. Press, “Markets or Mercantilism? How China Secures Its Energy Supplies,” International Security 42:4 (Spring 2018), 170-204.
Reviewed by Priscilla Roberts, City University of Macau
Week of 15 October:
1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Dayna L. Barnes, Architects of Occupation: American Experts and the Planning for Postwar Japan. Cornell University Press, 2017.
Introduction by Michael Barnhart, Stony Brook University
Andrew Johnstone, University of Leicester
Peter Mauch, Western Sydney University, Australia
Jennifer M. Miller, Dartmouth College
2. H-Diplo Article Review of Hadrien Buclin, “Swiss Intellectuals and the Cold War. Anti-Communist Policies in a Neutral Country,” Journal of Cold War Studies 19:4 (Fall 2017): 137–167. DOI: 10.1162/JCWS_a_00767.
Reviewed by Stéphanie Roulin, University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
3. H-Diplo Article Review of Stella Ghervas, “Balance of Power vs. Perpetual Peace: Paradigms of European Order from Utrecht to Vienna, 1713–1815.” International History Review 39:3 (2017): 404–25.
Reviewed by John Shovlin, New York University
4. H-Diplo Review of Kathleen Burk, The Lion and the Eagle. The Interaction of the British and American Empires 1783-1972. London: Bloomsbury, 2018.
Reviewed by David W. Ellwood, Johns Hopkins University, SAIS Europe, Bologna
Week of 22 October:
1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Sarah B. Snyder, From Selma to Moscow. How Human Rights Activists Transformed U.S. Foreign Policy. New York. Columbia University Press. 2018.
Introduction by Thomas A. Schwartz, Vanderbilt University
Simon Hall, University of Leeds
Steven L.B. Jensen, The Danish Institute for Human Rights
Christian Philip Peterson, Ferris State University
Lauren Turek, Trinity University
2. H-Diplo/ISSF Book Review of Richard A. Hunt, Melvin Laird and the Foundation of the Post-Vietnam Military, 1969-1973. Secretaries of Defense Historical Series, Volume VII. Washington, DC: Office of the Secretary of Defense, 2015.
Reviewed by Suzanne C. Nielsen, U.S. Military Academy
3. H-Diplo Article Review of Rudra Chaudhuri, “The Making of an ‘All Weather Friendship’ Pakistan, China and the History of a Border Agreement: 1949-1963.” The International History Review 40:1 (January 2018): 41-64.
Reviewed by Paul McGarr, University of Nottingham
4. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of James Chappel, Catholic Modern: The Challenge of Totalitarianism and the Remaking of the Church. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2018.
Introduction by: Sarah Shortall, University of Notre Dame
Thomas Brodie, Oxford
Giuliana Chamedes, University of Wisconsin, at Madison
John T. McGreevy, University of Notre Dame
Diane Labrosse, H-Diplo managing editor