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Founding Father: Samuel Flagg Bemis and the Study of U.S.-Latin American Relations
Gilderhus, Mark T.
”A Republican in a Monarchy“: Louisa Catherine Adams in Russia
"All for One or All for All": The UN Military Staff Commitee and the Contradictions within the American Internationalism
Introduction: Was There a ”Lost Chance“ in China?
Cohen, Warren I.
The Myth of America's "Lost Chance" in China: A Chinese Persopective in Light of New Evidence
Little Chance: Revolutions and Ideologies
Garver, John W.
TheTriumph of Internationalism: CCP–Moscow Relations before 1949
Losses,Chances, and Myths: The United States and the Creation of the Sino–Soviet Alliance, 1945–1950
Westad, Odd Arne
Kaufman, Burton I.
Wilson vs. The Bolsheviks: David S. Fogelsong. America's Secret War against Bolshevism: U.S> Intervention in the Russian Civil War, 1917–1920
Unterberger, Betty Miller
A Labor Alternative to Corporatist Diplomacy in the Wilson Era: Elizabeth McKillen. Chicago Labour and the quest for a Democratic Diplomacy, 1914–1924
The Berlin Crisis and the Cold War: U.S. Department of State. Foreign Relations of the United States, Vol. 9–15
Schwartz, Thomas A.
Reconsidering Elite Dead White Males: James B. Hershberg. James B. Conant: Harvard to Hiroshima and the Making of the Nuclear Age
Harbingers of Peace? Women and American Foreign Policy in the Twentieth Century: Rhodri Jeffreys–Jones Changing Differences: Women and the Shaping of American foreign Policy, 1917–1994
Tickner, J. Ann