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The H-Diplo publication schedule for the period 20 January to 14 February is as follows: Week of 20 January: 1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Edwin A. Martini, _Agent Orange: History, Science and the Politics of Uncertainty_. Amherst & Boston: University of Massachusetts Press, 2012. Introduction by David Hunt, University of Massachusetts/Boston Reviewers: David Biggs, University of California, Riverside Diane Fox, College of the Holly Cross Keith Mako Woodhouse, University of Southern California 2. H-Diplo Article Review of Yukinori Komine. "Okinawa Confidential, 1969: Exploring the Linkage between the Nuclear Issue and the Base Issue," _Diplomatic History_ 37:4 (September 2013): 807-840. Reviewed by Steve Rabson, Professor Emeritus of East Asian Studies, Brown University 3. H-Diplo Review Essay on Giuliano Garavini, trans. Richard R. Nybakken. _After Empires: European Integration, Decolonization, and the Challenge from the Global South, 1957-1986_. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012. and Aurélie Élisa Gfeller, _Building a European Identity: France, the United States, and the Oil Shock, 1973-1974_. New York: Berghahn, 2012. Reviewed by Christopher R. W. Dietrich, Fordham University Week of 27 January: 1. H-Diplo Roundtable Review of Paul Thomas Chamberlin, _The Global Offensive: The United States, the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Making of the Post-Cold War Order_. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012 Introduction by Douglas Little, Clark University Reviewers: Jeffrey James Byrne, University of British Columbia Craig Daigle, City College of New York William B. Quandt, University of Virginia Brad Simpson, University of Connecticut 2. H-Diplo Article Review of Stephen McGlinchey, “Richard Nixon’s Road to Tehran: The Making of the U.S.–Iran Arms Agreement of May 1972.” _Diplomatic History_ 37:4 (September 2013): 841-860. Reviewed by Robert W. Murray, University of Alberta 3. H-Diplo Review Essay on Dong Wang, _The United States and China: A History from the Eighteenth Century to the Present_. Rowman & Littlefield, 2013). Review by Yafeng Xia, Jinan University/Long Island University Week of 3 February: 1. H-Diplo Roundtable on William Appleman Williams, _The Contours of American History_, 2ed., New York: Verso, 2011. Introduction by Dustin Walcher, Southern Oregon University Reviewers: Lloyd Gardner, Rutgers University Anders Stephanson, Columbia University Ryan Irwin, State University of New York, Albany 2. H-Diplo Article Review of Ryan Gingeras, “Istanbul Confidential: Heroin, Espionage, and Politics in Cold War Turkey, 1945-1960.”_Diplomatic History_ 37:4 (September 2013): 779–806. Reviewed by Matthew Pembleton, American University 3. H-Diplo/ISSF Roundtable review of Benn Steil, _The Battle of Bretton Woods: John, Maynard Keynes, Harry Dexter White, and the Making of a New World Order_ (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2013). Introduction by James McAllister, Williams College Reviewed by: R. Bruce Craig, University of New Brunswick William Glenn Gray, Purdue University Darel Paul, Williams College Stephen A. Schuker, University of Virginia Week of 10 February: 1. H-Diplo/ISSF Roundtable Review of Ted Hopf, _Reconstructing the Cold War: The Early Years, 1945-1958_. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012. Introduction by Campbell Craig, Aberystwyth University Reviewers: Patrick Thaddeus Jackson, American University Jim Richter, Bates College Geoffrey Roberts, University College, Cork, Ireland David J. Snyder, University of South Carolina 2. H-Diplo Article Review of N. Piers Ludlow, “The Real Years of Europe? U.S.-West European Relations during the Ford Administration,” _Journal of Cold War Studies_ 15: 3 (Summer 2013): 136-161. Reviewed by Kenneth Weisbrode, Bilkent University 3. H-Diplo/ISSF Article Review of Alexander B. Downes and Jonathan Monten, “Forced to be Free? Why Foreign-Imposed Regime Change Rarely Leads to Democratization,” _International Security_ 37:4 (Spring 2013): 90-131. Reviewed by Mark Peceny, University of New Mexico Regards, The H-Diplo Editors -- --