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Roundtable 4-4 on How Enemies Become Friends: The Sources of Stable Peace

Charles A. Kupchan has written an important book that poses fundamental questions for international relations scholars and policy makers: First, how do enemies in world politics become friends?...

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Review Essay 25 on Logics of War: Explanations for Limited and Unlimited...

The book produced by Alex Weisiger is a substantial contribution to rationalist theory in international relations.  Weisiger investigates the effects of commitment problems in international bargaining...

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Roundtable 7-13 on The Great Powers and the International System Systemic...

It is difficult for me to imagine an international relations (IR) scholar not being interested enough in Bear Braumoeller’s The Great Powers and the International System to read this review symposium....

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Roundtable 7-15 on The Kennan Diaries

An eleven year old George Kennan began keeping a diary on January 1, 1916. At the very start of the diary he wrote “In this simple, little book, A record of the day I cast; So I afterwards may look...

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Forum 8 on “Special Issue: The Origins of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime.”

Last year, Scott Sagan declared – on H-Diplo – that we are in the midst of a renaissance in nuclear studies, driven by first-rate work by younger scholars.[1] Two qualities in particular mark this...

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Roundtable 8-8 on Rivalry and Alliance Politics in Cold War Latin America

Transitions from rivalry to alliance within bilateral relationships have received considerable attention from historians of U.S. foreign relations.   Or, more accurately, some alliances have received...

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Article Review 71 on “Soft Balancing in the Americas: Latin American...

Max Paul Friedman and Tom Long argue that Latin American foreign policies, particularly those of Argentina, Colombia, and Mexico, constitute a case of ‘soft balancing’ against the United States in the...

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Authors’ Response to Article Review 71 on “Soft Balancing in the Americas:...

We thank Christopher Darnton for his thoughtful and useful critique, and we are in agreement with many of his points. However, Darnton perhaps overstates the goals of our article. Notably, Darnton...

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H-Diplo|RJISSF Roundtable Review 14-18 on Lawrence, The End of Ambition

Mark Lawrence is a prominent, prize-winning historian of US foreign relations. The End of Ambition shows why. The book offers a brilliant interpretation of US policy towards the Third World in the...

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