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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations

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Volume 22, Number 3, Summer 1998

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Contributors
pp. v-vi(2)

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Progress, Problems, and Prospects
pp. 431-437(7)
Author: Duffield, John S.

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The “Soviet Threat”: Intentions, Capabilities, and Context
pp. 439-449(11)
Author: Evangelista, Matthew

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No Post-Mortems for Postmodernism, Please
pp. 451-466(16)
Author: Ninkovich, Frank

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From a Political Scientist's Point of View
pp. 471-475(5)
Author: Gilderhus, Mark T.

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Revisiting Cairo and Yalta
pp. 477-480(4)
Author: Sun, Youli

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Who Divided Germany?
pp. 481-488(8)
Author: Maier, Charles S.

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The Origins of Sino-American Confrontation: Two Views
pp. 489-494(6)
Author: Garver, John W.

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Time Runs Out in Vietnam and in the Cold War
pp. 495-501(7)
Author: Anderson, David L.

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History with Holes: The CIA Reveals Its Past
pp. 503-508(6)
Author: Kasten Nelson, Anna

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