H-Diplo Publication Schedule, 24 February to 13 March

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The H-Diplo publication schedule for the period 24 February to 13 March is as follows:

Week of 24 February:

1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Christine Haynes. Our Friends the Enemies. The Occupation of France after Napoleon. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press, 2018.

Introduction by Katherine B. Aaslestad, West Virginia University

Reviewed by:

R. S. Alexander, University of Victoria

Ido de Haan, Utrecht University

Edward J. Kolla, Georgetown University in Qatar

2. H-Diplo Article Review of Scott Ramsay, “Ensuring Benevolent Neutrality: The British Government’s Appeasement of General Franco during the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939.”  International History Review 41:3 (2019): 604-623. 

Reviewed by Daniel Hucker, University of Nottingham

3. H-Diplo Essay Series on Learning the Scholar’s Craft: Reflections of Historians and International Relations Scholars.

Accidents and Inevitability

Essay by N. Piers Ludlow, London School of Economics and Political Science

4. H-Diplo Article Review of Alan McPherson, “Letelier Diplomacy: Nonstate Actors and U.S.-Chilean Relations,” Diplomatic History 43, No. 3 (June 2019): 445-468.

Reviewed by Joe Renouard, Johns Hopkins University, Nanjing, China

5. H-Diplo Article Review Forum on Renata Keller, “The Revolution Will be Teletyped: Cuba’s Prensa Latina News Agency and the Cold War Contest over Information,” Journal of Cold War Studies 21:3 (2019): 88-113.

Introduction by Michael E. Neagle, Nichols College

Reviewed by:

Michael Bustamante, Florida International University

Asa McKercher, Royal Military College of Canada

6. H-Diplo Essay Series on Learning the Scholar’s Craft: Reflections of Historians and International Relations Scholars.

Adventures of an Official Historian

Essay by Robert Bothwell, University of Toronto

Week of 02 March:

1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Elizabeth Schmidt. Foreign Intervention in Africa after the Cold War. Athens: Ohio University Press, 2018.

 Introduction by Philip Muehlenbeck, George Washington University

Reviewed by:

A. Carl LeVan, American University

Carol B. Thompson, Professor emerita, Northern Arizona University

2. H-Diplo Article Review of James Kirby, “‘Our Bantustans are Better than Yours’: Botswana, The United States, and Human Rights in the 1970s,” The International History Review 39:5 (2017), 860-884.

 Reviewed by Andy DeRoche, Front Range Community College

3. H-Diplo Essay Series on Learning the Scholar’s Craft: Reflections of Historians and International Relations Scholars.

How I Got Here

Essay by Robert Jervis, Columbia University

4. H-Diplo Article Review of Ken Nannichi, “In the Shadow of Back-Channels: Britain and the Berlin Four Power Talks, 1968-1971,” Diplomatic History 43:1 (January 2019): 186-214.

Reviewed by Seth Givens, United States Marine Corps History Division

5. H-Diplo Review of Bertram M. Gordon, War Tourism. Second World War France from Defeat and Occupation to the Creation of Heritage. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2018.

Reviewed by Donald Reid, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

6. H-Diplo/ISSF Roundtable Review of M. Taylor Fravel, Active Defense: China’s Military Strategy since 1949. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2019.

Introduction by Tai Ming Cheung, University of California San Diego

Reviewed by:

Rosella Cappella Zielinski, Boston University, and Ryan Grauer, University of Pittsburgh

Alison A. Kaufman, CNA, Virginia

Oriana Skylar Mastro, Georgetown University

7. H-Diplo Essay Series on Learning the Scholar’s Craft: Reflections of Historians and International Relations Scholars.

Not Exactly the Path I Had Planned

Essay by Edwin E. Moise, Clemson University

Week of 09 March:

1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Stève Sainlaude, France and the American Civil War: A Diplomatic History. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2019.

Introduction by Don H. Doyle, Emeritus, University of South Carolina

Reviewed by:

Martin Crawford, Keele University

Howard Jones, University of Alabama

Robert E. May, Purdue University

Tim Roberts, Western Illinois University

Jay Sexton, University of Missouri

2. H-Diplo Article Review of Kevin P. Riehle, “Early Cold War evolution of British and US defector policy and practice,” Cold War History 19:3 (2019): 343-361.

Reviewed by Kristie Macrakis, Georgia Tech

3. H-Diplo Essay Series on Learning the Scholar’s Craft: Reflections of Historians and International Relations Scholars.

 Essay by William B. Quandt, University of Virginia

4. H-Diplo Article Review Forum on “NATO at 70: Balancing Collective Defense and Collective Security,” Special issue of Journal of Transatlantic Studies Vol. 17 No. 2, (June 2019): 135-267.

Introduction by John R. Deni, U.S. Army War College and Sten Rynning, Center for War Studies at the University of Southern Denmark

Reviewers:

Damon Coletta, United States Air Force Academy

Andrew Cottey, University College Cork

Heidi Hardt, University of California, Irvine.

Paul Poast, University of Chicago

5. H-Diplo Review of Richard Ned Lebow, A Democratic Foreign Policy: Regaining American Influence Abroad. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

Reviewed by Stephen Brooks, University of Windsor

6. H-Diplo/ISSF Roundtable Review of Robert Mandel, Global Data Shock: Strategic Ambiguity, Deception, and Surprise in an Age of Information Overload. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2019.

Introduction by Jon R. Lindsay, University of Toronto

Reviewed by:

Austin Carson, University of Chicago

Kathleen M. Vogel, University of Maryland

Amy Zegart, Hoover Institution,

With best regards,

Diane Labrosse, H-Diplo managing editor