Topic: Politics, Law and Government / International Relations

 
American Foreign Relations since 1600
A Guide to the Literature, Third Edition
978-1-85109-950-4

This eBook may be purchased through the following distributors:

 

Thomas W. Zeiler is professor of history and international affairs at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO. His published works include Ambassadors in Pinstripes: The Spalding World Baseball Tour and the Birth of the American Empire and Unconditional Defeat: Japan, America, and the End of World War II.
ADD COPY 2009 ABC-CLIO

American Foreign Relations since 1600

A Guide to the Literature, Third Edition


September 2007

ABC-CLIO

Cover
Pages
Volumes
Size
0
0
7x10
 
eISBN
978-1-85109-950-4

In recent years, the United States has led a coalition into Iraq, withdrawn from international agreements, made new allies, antagonized old ones, moved toward overhauling immigration laws, negotiated with some enemies, and refused to talk to others. Its position in the world is continually examined by international relations experts worldwide, gauging the immediate impact and historic context of each new decision and event.

A definitive historiographic resource on U.S. foreign relations throughout history available in a new online edition—extensively revised, easy to navigate, and conveniently updated twice a year.

American Foreign Relations since 1600: A Guide to the Literature, Third Edition, is the definitive bibliographic resource, offering researchers and students of U.S. foreign relations the best resources and most accurate information available online.

The product of a unique publishing partnership between ABC-CLIO and the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR), this award-winning title is now available exclusively online in an exhaustively updated new edition. Each of its 32 chapters offers a bibliographic survey of primary sources and biographies of key figures in a specific era. Chapters conclude with examinations of every part of the world or nation addressed by the United States during that period. Best of all, the state-of-the-art electronic format for the third edition offers the utmost in user-friendliness, and will be conveniently updated twice a year.

Features
• 32 chronologically organized chapters combine bibliographies, biographies, and analysis
• 18,000+ primary and secondary sources cover the breadth of American history from the 17th century to the present
• Includes contributions from top scholars who specialize in each subfield or area
• Links between related entries offer access to resources often overlooked
• The feature-rich, online format makes it easy to search, navigate, and compile resources

Highlights
• Covers U.S. foreign relations with a depth and scope no other bibliography can match
• Easily accessible for students and professionals alike
• Summarizes each entry to give readers a glimpse at the specific source, as well as an idea of its value
• Produced in partnership with the field's preeminent professional organization, and written by scholars on the cutting edge of their fields
Sample Topics
Africa and Apartheid
Civil Rights and Diplomacy
Colonial Statecraft
Détente
Embargoes and Boycotts
Empire and Imperialism
Gender
Globalization
Human Rights
Intelligence and Espionage
Isolationism
National Expansion
Native Americans
Pakistan and Afghanistan Relations
Peace Activism
Slavery
Terrorism
Trade and Finance
Vietnam War
War in Iraq
Thomas W. Zeiler is professor of history and international affairs at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO. His published works include Ambassadors in Pinstripes: The Spalding World Baseball Tour and the Birth of the American Empire and Unconditional Defeat: Japan, America, and the End of World War II.