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Nixon's Watergate Scandal and NATO. Baker, Bob Personal account Nov 1, 2020 1485
ON TARGET: When Canada said 'no' to Britain is when Canada became a nation. Taylor, Scott Dec 1, 2018 801
British-Russian Convention and Ottoman Empire in the Context of Polarization Politics/Kutuplasma Siyaseti Baglaminda Ingiliz-Rus Konvansiyonu ve Osmanli Devleti. Atuk, M. Volkan Essay Mar 22, 2018 5128
"Different points of view?": The Daily Telegraph affair as a transnational media event. Orgill, Nathan N. Jun 22, 2016 19013
Checkmating China in Africa 50 years ago. Mbakwe, Tom Essay Oct 1, 2014 1425
Tsar attractions: the Kremlin Armoury Museum in Moscow holds one of the world's finest collections of Tudor and early Stuart silver. Its highlights have been loaned to London's Victoria and Albert Museum, as part of an exhibition charting early diplomatic relations between the English and Russian courts. Marks, Thomas Mar 1, 2013 2525
Remembering the War of 1812: a "hot war and unnatural war between kindred people". Grodzinski, John R. Jun 22, 2012 5272
1812: America's 'Second Revolution': thirty-six years after declaring its independence, the U.S. went to war with Great Britain again. Hickey, Donald Feb 20, 2012 2134
The Americanization of Queen Victoria. Arnstein, Walter L. Dec 22, 2010 6563
Romantic nationalism and The Convention of Cintra. Bromwich, David Critical essay Dec 22, 2010 4485
Colonial fascism: in October 1935 Mussolini's Fascist Italian forces invaded Abyssinia (now Ethiopia) at a crucial moment in the run-up to the Second World War. Daniel Whittall looks at the complex issues the invasion raised in Britain and the responses to it, especially from black Britons. (Britain and the Italian Invasion of Abyssinia). Whittall, Daniel Oct 1, 2010 1888
Illusions and empire: many people believe that Britain's empire provided a civilizing force throughout its domain, but it left a bloody legacy both abroad and at home. Scaliger, Charles Jul 5, 2010 3707
Hiroshima and spinning the atom: America, Britain, and Canada proclaim the nuclear age, 6 August 1945. Kirstein, Peter N. Essay Dec 22, 2009 9646
The beginnings of a 'Cold War' in Southeast Asia: British and Australian perceptions. Wade, Geoff Report Oct 1, 2009 12833
Krishnakanta Basu, Rammohan Ray and early 19th century British contacts with Bhutan and Tibet. Bray, John Report Sep 22, 2009 10676
The standoff: a territorial dispute on Washington's San Juan Island revealed two countries' desperate need to keep the peace. Farnor, Shane Jun 22, 2009 856
Iraq: post-Saddam governance and security. Katzman, Kenneth Apr 1, 2009 506
Disregarding the Atlantic "special relationship": the Eden Cabinet in the lead-up to the invasion of the Suez Canal zone. Bernard, Jean-Yves Report Mar 22, 2009 11737
Kalachi, Kurrachee, Karachi: biography of a metropolis. Bhavnani, Nandita Sep 1, 2008 3565
The moral of Virginia: on her majesties' solemn obligations to the Virginia Indian Nations. Vest, Jay Hansford C. Jun 22, 2008 5194
The Orsini affair and the crisis of 1858: Terry Jenkins explains why a failed assassination attempt on Napoleon III brought down the British government in 1858. Jenkins, Terry Feb 1, 2008 3738
Background to recent developments. Katzman, Kenneth Sep 1, 2007 2448
Le royaume uni? Brief article Mar 1, 2007 101
Coming as liberators: Kristian Ulrichsen believes that the politicians and planners behind the 2003 invasion ignored the lessons of the first British occupation of Iraq, which began with the capture of Baghdad from the Ottomans, ninety years ago this month. Ulrichsen, Kristian Mar 1, 2007 2535
The last word. Darwish, Adel Aug 1, 2006 765
Idi Amin and his British friends: recently declassified Foreign & Commonwealth Office files in London offer a telling insight into the sheepish, yet cunning way Britain responded to Idi Amin's 1971 coup. Ray, Carina Jun 1, 2006 1774
The audit of war: what was the British empire's contribution to the victory in the Second World War? What was the impact of war upon the empire? A.J. Stockwell explores the interlocking questions of the costs of war and empire. Stockwell, A.J. Mar 1, 2006 5207
Lawrence in Arabia: diplomat and traveller Hugh Leach draws on his experience of working with Arab tribes to examine T.E. Lawrence's strategy in the Arab revolt, in anticipation of a new exhibition at the IWM. Leach, Hugh Oct 1, 2005 1511
Memo from London. Ferguson, Niall Excerpt Jun 22, 2005 298
The contending kingdoms of France and England 1066-1904: Glenn Richardson looks at almost nine hundred years of enmity, jealousy and mutual fascination, a hundred years after the Entente Cordiale. Richardson, Glenn Nov 1, 2004 3409
Richard Cobden and the Crimean War: Anthony Howe looks at the anti-war stance of the great Victorian reformer; his fall from grace and subsequent revival. Howe, Anthony Jun 1, 2004 3843
Attlee and Truman: Jerry Brookshire shows that the 'special relationship' in 1945-51 was in safe, and curiously similar, hands. Brookshire, Jerry Dec 1, 2003 2547
The Russians shall not have Constantinople: Roman Golicz looks at English attitudes to Russia during the Eastern crisis of 1870-78. Golicz, Roman Sep 1, 2003 4451
Joseph Chamberlain resigns as colonial secretary: September 14th, 1903. Cavendish, Richard Sep 1, 2003 638
Britain and Russia 450 years of contact: Paul Dukes looks at the ups and downs of the relationship between the land of the lions and that of the double-headed eagle. Dukes, Paul Jul 1, 2003 3543
Behind the war on Iraq: research unit for political economy. May 1, 2003 12631

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