History

Select Bibliography on Solomon Islands, 2003–2017

A bibliography of publications on Solomon Islands during the RAMSI years (2003–2017) has been compiled by Emeritus Professor Clive Moore of the University of Queeensland. Clive has kindly agreed to allow SSGM to share the bibliography with our network. It is a really valuable resource for researchers and others with an interest in developments in Solomon Islands in recent years. Our thanks to Clive for preparing it and making it openly available.

La mission la plus impossible au monde: Le Secrétaire général Trygve Lie face à la Guerre froide, 1946‒1953

Ellen Ravndal, ‘La mission la plus impossible au monde: Le Secrétaire général Trygve Lie face à la Guerre froide, 1946‒1953’, Revue d’historie diplomatique, 2, 2016: 145‒61.

The Conduct of History in International Relations: Rethinking Philosophy of History in IR Theory

Joseph MacKay and Christopher David LaRoche, ‘The Conduct of History in International Relations: Rethinking Philosophy of History in IR Theory’, International Theory, 9(2) July 2017: 203-3

Fourty years of ASIO's unclassified history

Dr John Blaxland takes us through 40 years of Australian spy history, from KGB moles in ASIO to political activism in the 60s to the sophistication of espionage.

The Rise of Chinese Exceptionalism in International Relations

Published in European Journal of International Relations, 19(2) 2013: 305-28.

Chinese Hegemony: Grand Strategy and International Institutions in East Asian History

Chinese Hegemony: Grand Strategy and International Institutions in East Asian History joins a rapidly growing body of important literature that combines history and International Relations theory to create new perspectives on East Asian political and strategic behavior.

Book launch: Chinese Hegemony: Grand Strategy and International Institutions in East Asian History

Chinese Hegemony: Grand Strategy and International Institutions in East Asian History, by Dr Feng Zhangexplores the strategic and institutional dynamics of international relations in East Asian history when imperial China was the undisputed regional hegemon, focusing in depth on two central aspects of Chinese hegemony at the time: the grand strategies China and its neighbors adopted in their strategic interactions, and the international institutions they engaged in to maintain regional order-including but not limited to the tribute system.

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