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Just Do It! Globalization for Diplomatic Historians
Zeiler, Thomas W.
Ethnicity, Class, and Wilsonian Internationalism Reconsidered: The Mexican-American and Irish-American Immigrant Left and U.S. Foreign Relations, 1915–1922
“Our System Demands the Supreme Being”: The U.S. Religious Revival and the “Diem Experiment,” 1954–55
Behavioral Codes and Truce Talks: Images of the Enemy and Expert Knowledge in the Korean Armistice Negotiations
A Failure of Perception: Lyndon Johnson, North Korean Ideology, and the Pueblo Incident
The Global Frontier: Comparative History and the Frontier-Borderlands Approach in American Foreign Relations
Citino, Nathan J.
Anderson, David L.
The Peace Movement: A Necessary Corrective
Doenecke, Justus D.
The Cold War: How the Winner Won
Rearden, Steven L.
Resolve and Credibility: U.S. Policy toward Southeast Asia
Brigham, Robert K.
An Empire, Then a Republic?
Ribuffo, Leo P.