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

Volume 33, Number 3, June 2009

Introduction: Towards a Global History of Modernization
pp. 375-385(11)
Authors: engerman, david c.; unger, corinna r.

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Modernization as State Building: The Two Germanies in Syria, 1963–1972
pp. 487-505(19)
Author: trentin, massimiliano

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The Third Race
pp. 507-512(6)
Author: cullather, nick

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American Diplomacy from a Postmodern Perspective
pp. 513-516(4)
Author: hoff, joan

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Exceptional Dreams and Faustian Nightmares
pp. 517-520(4)
Author: ambrosius, lloyd e.

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A Talented Dilettante
pp. 521-524(4)
Author: moser, john

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The Harvard School of International Affairs
pp. 531-534(4)
Author: schmidt, brian c.

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Cold War Political Theater
pp. 535-538(4)
Author: ashton, nigel j.

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The Cultural Turn in U.S. Diplomatic History
pp. 539-542(4)
Author: smulyan, susan

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