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Response to Revolution

by Richard E. Welch Jr. The University of North Carolina Press (October 01, 2017)

The Cuban Revolution was a catalyst in shaping American foreign policy over the past generation. Welch's study is the first detailed evaluation of U.S. policy toward Cuba in the early years of the Castro regime...


Prompt and Utter Destruction, Third Edition

by J. Samuel Walker The University of North Carolina Press (June 27, 2016)

In this concise account of why America used atomic bombs against Japan in 1945, J. Samuel Walker analyzes the reasons behind President Truman's most controversial decision. Delineating what was known and not...


The Road to Confrontation

by William W. Stueck Jr. The University of North Carolina Press (November 01, 2017)

Concentrating on U.S. concerns for credibility abroad, Stueck uses recently declassified documents and many interviews to analyze the origins of the Sino-American confrontation in Korea in late 1950. He demonstrates...


To the Webster-Ashburton Treaty

by Howard Jones The University of North Carolina Press (December 01, 2017)

The Webster-Ashburton Treaty of 1842, which led to the settlement of the Canadian boundary dispute, was instrumental in maintaining peace between Great Britain and the United States. Jones analyzes the events...


Back Channel to Cuba

by William M. LeoGrande & Peter Kornbluh The University of North Carolina Press (September 14, 2015)

History is being made in U.S.-Cuban relations. Now in paperback and updated to tell the real story behind the stunning December 17, 2014, announcement by President Obama and President Castro of their move to...


Sacred Interests

by Karine V. Walther The University of North Carolina Press (September 21, 2015)

Throughout the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, as Americans increasingly came into contact with the Islamic world, U.S. diplomatic, cultural, political, and religious beliefs about Islam began to shape...


Haitian Connections in the Atlantic World

by Julia Gaffield The University of North Carolina Press (September 24, 2015)

On January 1, 1804, Haiti shocked the world by declaring independence. Historians have long portrayed Haiti's postrevolutionary period as one during which the international community rejected Haiti's Declaration...


Blue and Gray Diplomacy

by Howard Jones The University of North Carolina Press (January 01, 2010)

In this examination of Union and Confederate foreign relations during the Civil War from both European and American perspectives, Howard Jones demonstrates that the consequences of the conflict between North...


The Eden-Eisenhower Correspondence, 1955-1957

by Peter G. Boyle The University of North Carolina Press (March 13, 2006)

The personal correspondence between President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Prime Minister Anthony Eden during the time they were simultaneously in office tells the dramatic story of a relationship that began with...


Nuclear Apartheid

by Shane J. Maddock The University of North Carolina Press (March 15, 2010)

After World War II, an atomic hierarchy emerged in the noncommunist world. Washington was at the top, followed over time by its NATO allies and then Israel, with the postcolonial world completely shut out. An...


That Infernal Little Cuban Republic

by Lars Schoultz The University of North Carolina Press (February 01, 2011)

Lars Schoultz offers a comprehensive chronicle of U.S. policy toward the Cuban Revolution. Using a rich array of documents and firsthand interviews with U.S. and Cuban officials, he tells the story of the attempts...


U.S. Intervention in British Guiana

by Stephen G. Rabe The University of North Carolina Press (May 26, 2006)

In the first published account of the massive U.S. covert intervention in British Guiana between 1953 and 1969, Stephen G. Rabe uncovers a Cold War story of imperialism, gender bias, and racism.

When the South...


An Unwanted War

by John L. Offner The University of North Carolina Press (April 24, 2014)

Offner clarifies the complex relations of the United States, Spain, and Cuba leading up to the Spanish-American War and contends that the war was not wanted by any of the parties but was nonetheless unavoidable....


Hanoi's War

by Lien-Hang T. Nguyen The University of North Carolina Press (July 15, 2012)

While most historians of the Vietnam War focus on the origins of U.S. involvement and the Americanization of the conflict, Lien-Hang T. Nguyen examines the international context in which North Vietnamese leaders...


The United States and the Making of Modern Greece

by James Edward Miller The University of North Carolina Press (February 01, 2009)

Focusing on one of the most dramatic and controversial periods in modern Greek history and in the history of the Cold War, James Edward Miller provides the first study to employ a wide range of international...


The Economic Diplomacy of the Suez Crisis

by Diane B. Kunz The University of North Carolina Press (November 09, 2000)

Diane Kunz describes here how the United States employed economic diplomacy to affect relations among states during the Suez Crisis of 1956-57. Using political and financial archival material from the United...


Fall-Out Shelters for the Human Spirit

by Michael L. Krenn The University of North Carolina Press (March 08, 2006)

During the Cold War, culture became another weapon in America's battle against communism. Part of that effort in cultural diplomacy included a program to arrange the exhibition of hundreds of American paintings...


The Blood of Government

by Paul A. Kramer The University of North Carolina Press (December 13, 2006)

In 1899 the United States, having announced its arrival as a world power during the Spanish-Cuban-American War, inaugurated a brutal war of imperial conquest against the Philippine Republic. Over the next five...


Confronting Captivity

by Arieh J. Kochavi The University of North Carolina Press (January 20, 2011)

How was it possible that almost all of the nearly 300,000 British and American troops who fell into German hands during World War II survived captivity in German POW camps and returned home almost as soon as...


The United States, Great Britain, and Egypt, 1945-1956

by Peter L. Hahn The University of North Carolina Press (April 15, 2014)

Egypt figured prominently in United States policy in the Middle East after World War II because of its strategic, political, and economic importance. Peter Hahn explores the triangular relationship between the...


Nation Building in South Korea

by Gregg A. Brazinsky The University of North Carolina Press (November 20, 2009)

In this ambitious and innovative study Gregg Brazinsky examines American nation building in South Korea during the Cold War. Marshaling a vast array of new American and Korean sources, he explains why South...