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“I was thinking, as I often do these days, of war”:The United States in the Twenty‐First Century
YOUNG, MARILYN B.
Symphony Orchestras and the Global Performance of America
GIENOW‐HECHT, JESSICA C. E.
Creating Something Out of Nothing: The Office of Inter‐American Affairs Music Committee (1940–1941) and the Inception of a Policy for Musical Diplomacy
CAMPBELL, JENNIFER L.
Shaping the Policies of Cold War Musical Diplomacy: An Epistemic Community of American Composers
ANSARI, EMILY ABRAMS
Music Pushed, Music Pulled: Cultural Diplomacy, Globalization, and Imperialism*
America on the World Stage: Music and Twentieth‐Century U.S. Foreign Relations
The Sound of Musical Diplomacy
STATLER, KATHRYN C.
Security, Two Diplomacies, and the Formation of the U.S. Constitution: Review, Interpretation, and New Directions for the Study of the Early American Period
TOTTEN, ROBBIE J.
“Uncle Sam, We Want Back We Land”: Eric Williams and the Anglo‐American Controversy over the Chaguaramas Base, 1957–1961
Ideology as Strategy: Military‐Led Modernization and the Origins of the Alliance for Progress in Bolivia*
FIELD JR., THOMAS C.
Making Use of the “Oil Weapon”: Western Industrialized Countries and Arab Petropolitics in 1973–1974
Military Romance: American Soldiers and Foreign War Brides in the Twentieth Century
The United States: Supporter Not Leader
Rethinking the Red Scare in Post–World War II Hollywood
The Cold War Reviewed
The Roots of Modernization Theory
The Enigmatic Scholar‐Diplomat
Human Rights, Latin America, and the Cold War
RABE, STEPHEN G.