America in the World: The Historiography of US Foreign Relations since 1941by Michael J. Hogan
Pub. Date: 01/28/1996
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A survey of the historical literature on intelligence and national security during the Cold War. See more details below
A survey of the historical literature on intelligence and national security during the Cold War.
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Table of ContentsPart I. The State of the Art: 1. State of the Art: An Introduction Michael J. Hogan; 2. 'Revising postrevisionism', or, the poverty of theory in diplomatic history Bruce Cumings; 3. New approaches, old interpretations, and prospective reconfigurations Melvyn P. Leffler; 4. The long crisis in diplomatic history: coming to closure Michael H. Hunt; 5. Commentaries Bruce Cumings, Melvyn P. Leffler, Michael H. Hunt; Part II. The Historiography of American Foreign Relations Since 1941: 6. The historiography of american foreign relations: an introduction Michael J. Hogan; 7. A half-century of conflict: interpretations of US World War II diplomacy Mark A. Stoler; 8. The decision to use the bomb: a historiographical Update J. Samuel Walker; 9. Origins of the Cold War in europe and the near east: recent historiography and the national security imperative Howard Jones, Randall B. Woods; 10. Making known the unknown war: policy analysis of the Korean conflict since the early 1980s Rosemary Foot; 11. Eisenhower revisionism Stephen G. Rabe; 12. John F. Kennedy as world leader: a perspective on the literature Burton I. Kaufman; 13. The unending debate: historians and the Vietnam War Gary R. Hess; 14. Complaints, self-justifications, and analysis: the historiography of american foreign relations since 1969 Robert D. Schulzinger; 15. An emerging synthesis? US-Latin American relations since the Second World War Mark T. Gilderhus; 16. Gideon's band: america and the middle east since 1945 Douglas Little; 17. The Cold War in asia: the elusive synthesis Robert J. McMahon; 18. The power of money: the historiography of american economic diplomacy Diane B. Kunz; 19. Coming in from the Cold War: the historiography of american intelligence, 1945–1900 John Ferris.
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