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Manjari Chatterjee Miller, Wronged by Empire: Post-imperial Ideology and Foreign Policy in India and China (Stanford, Calif.: Stanford Univ. Press, 2013), http://www.sup.org/book.cgi?id=22642.
New Global History
Feb 3, 2014
by Marc-William Palen History does not repeat itself. The historians repeat one another. —Max Beerbohm, 1896. Historians are often charged — sometimes correctly — with precipitously proclaiming a “new” field of study: a field that, upon further investigation, is shown to be remarkably similar to earlier turns in the historiographical timeline. […]Read More...
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Sasson Sofer has written a superb primer on the history and mission of modern diplomacy. It is a short book that can be read in a single sitting, its subject’s vast scope notwithstanding. Sofer has traced diplomacy from its antecedents in the Near East (with the briefest of nods to […]Read More...