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Coda: Ten Questions for a Diplomat
(Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2017-08-05)
Thomas Niles served as a United States foreign service officer from 1962 to 1998. His service included three terms as ambassador: to Canada, the European Community, and Greece. He reflects here on the continuities in ...
Vangie bruce's diplomatic salon: a mid-twentieth-century portrait
(Taylor and Francis Inc., 2015)
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The political and cultural underpinnings of Atlanticism's crisis in the 1960s
(German Historical Institute, 2014)
The term “Atlantic Community” was introduced in the early twentieth century by the American journalists Walter Lippmann and Clarence Streit.1 It referred to a union of people and cultures, not solely of states.2 The ...
Roosevelt’ s man in Europe
(Cambridge University Press, 2016-02-04)
Lewis Einstein (1877–1967) was a little-known diplomat who became one of Theodore Roosevelt's closest advisers on European affairs. Roosevelt's attraction to Einstein derived not only from a keen writing style and considerable ...
Introduction: Old barriers, new openings
(Cambridge University Press, 2011)
The inspiration for this collection is straightforward. “Study problems, not periods,” Lord Acton advised; yet the 1980s – whether or not these years mark a distinct period – pose a significant problem for contemporary ...