The H-Diplo publication schedule for the period 14 October to 02 November is as follows:
Week of 14 October:
1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Paul Thomas Chamberlin, The Cold War’s Killing Fields: Rethinking the Long Peace. New York: Harper Collins, 2018.
Introduction by James H. Lebovic, George Washington University
Julia F. Irwin, University of South Florida
Artemy M. Kalinovsky, University of Amsterdam
Christopher C. Lentz, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Sergey Radchenko, Cardiff University
2. H-Diplo Article Review of John D. Maurer, “Divided Counsels: Competing Approaches to SALT, 1969-1970,” Diplomatic History 43:2 (April 2019): 353-377.
Reviewed by Matthew Ambrose, independent scholar
3. H-Diplo Article Review of Eirini Karamouzi and Dionysios Chourchoulis, "Troublemaker or Peacemaker? Andreas Papandreou, the Euromissile Crisis, and the Policy of Peace, 1981-86," Cold War History 19:1 (2019), 39-61.
Reviewed by Ruud van Dijk, University of Amsterdam
4. H-Diplo ISSF Article Review of Peter Liberman and Linda Skitka, "Vicarious Retribution in US Public Support for War against Iraq," Security Studies (2019): 1-27.
Reviewed by Shana Kushner Gadarian, Maxwell School, Syracuse University
5. H-Diplo Review of Sophia Rosenfeld, Democracy and Truth: A Short History. New York: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019.
Reviewed by: Anton Jäger, University of Cambridge
Week of 21 October:
1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Richard Drake, Charles Austin Beard: The Return of the Master Historian of American Imperialism. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2018.
Introduction by Lloyd Gardner, Emeritus, Rutgers University
Jerald A. Combs, Emeritus, San Francisco State University
Justus D. Doenecke, Emeritus, New College of Florida
Ryan Irwin, University at Albany-SUNY
2. H-Diplo Article Review of Ariane Knüsel, “‘White on the Outside but Red on the Inside’: Switzerland and Chinese Intelligence Networks during the Cold War,” Cold War History (March 7, 2019): 1-18.
Reviewed by Walter E. Grunden, Bowling Green State University
3. H-Diplo Review of Kenneth B. Pyle, Japan in the American Century (Cambridge, MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2018).
Reviewed by Jennifer M. Miller, Department of History, Dartmouth College
4. H-Diplo Article Review of Eric Burton, “Navigating Global Socialism: Tanzanian Students in and beyond East Germany,” Cold War History 19:1 (2019): 63-83, and Tao Chen, “East German Pragmatism, China’s Policy of Differentiation, and Soviet Miscalculation: Hermann Matern’s 1961 Trip to China Revisited,” Cold War History 19:1 (2019): 85-99.
Reviewed by Andrew I. Port, Wayne State University
5. H-Diplo/ISSF Roundtable Review of Nicholas J. Wheeler, Trusting Enemies. Oxford University Press, 2018; ISBN 9780199696475.
Introduction by Robert Jervis, Columbia University
Janice Gross Stein, University of Toronto
Keren Yarhi-Milo, Columbia University
Week of 28 October:
1. H-Diplo/ISSF Roundtable Review of Joshua R. Itzkowitz Shifrinson, Rising Titans, Falling Giants (Cornell University Press, 2018).
Introduction by David Edelstein, Georgetown University
Evan Braden Montgomery, Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments
Kyle Lascurettes, Lewis & Clark College
Paul MacDonald, Wellesley College
2. H-Diplo Article Review of Alan McPherson. “Strange Bedfellows at the end of the Cold War: the Letelier Assassination, Human Rights, and State Sovereignty,” Cold War History (1 April 2019).
Review by Stephen G. Rabe, University of Oregon
3. H-Diplo Article Review of Jonathan Colman, “Toward ‘World Support’ and ‘The Ultimate Judgment of History’: The U.S. Legal Case for the Blockade of Cuba during the Missile Crisis, October-November 1962,” Journal of Cold War Studies 21:2 (Spring 2019): 150-173.
Reviewed by Lubna Qureshi, Independent Scholar
4. H-Diplo Article Review of Marco Wyss, “The Challenge of Western Neutralism during the Cold War: Britain and the Buildup of a Nigerian Air Force,” Journal of Cold War Studies 20:2 (Spring 2018): 99–128.
Reviewed by Poppy Cullen, University of Exeter
5. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Robert K. Brigham, Reckless: Henry Kissinger and the Tragedy of Vietnam. New York: Public Affairs, 2018.
Introduction by Lien Hang Nguyen, Columbia University
Carolyn Eisenberg, Hofstra University
Jeffrey P. Kimball, Professor Emeritus, Miami University
Edwin Moise, Clemson University
Thomas Schwartz, Vanderbilt University
Diane Labrosse, H-Diplo managing editor