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European Journal of Human Rights 2 (2016) 221-33
Cold War History 13:4 (November 2013): 463-484
“Bringing the Transnational In: Writing Human Rights into the International History of the Cold War”
Diplomacy and Statecraft 24:1 (March 2013): 100-116
“Exporting Amnesty International to the United States: Transatlantic Human Rights Activism in the 1960s”
Human Rights Quarterly 34:3 (August 2012): 779-799
Diplomacy and Statecraft 21:1 (March 2010): 87-106
Reprinted in The Cold War, ed. Steven Casey (Routledge, 2013)
Journal of Transatlantic Studies 8:1 (March 2010): 56-68
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in Oxford Reference Encyclopedia (ORE) in American History, ed. Mark Lawrence, (Oxford University Press, 2016)
in “Trust, but Verify”: The Politics of Uncertainty and the Transformation of the Cold War Order, 1969-1971, ed. Reinhild Kreis, Martin Klimke, and Christian Ostermann, (Stanford University Press, 2016)
in Beyond the Cold War: Lyndon Johnson and the New Global Challenges of the 1960s, ed. Francis J. Gavin and Mark Atwood Lawrence, (Oxford University Press, 2014)
in The Human Rights Revolution: An International History, ed. Akira Iriye, Petra Goedde, and William Hitchcock, (Oxford University Press, 2011)
“The Defeat of Ernest Lefever’s Nomination: Keeping Human Rights on the United States Foreign Policy Agenda”
in Challenging US Foreign Policy: America and the World in the Long Twentieth Century, ed. Bevan Sewell and Scott Lucas, (Palgrave, 2011)
in The ‘Establishment’ Responds: Power and Protest During and After the Cold War, ed. Kathrin Fahlenbrach, Martin Klimke and Joachim Scharloth, (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)
in Perforating the Iron Curtain: European Détente, Transatlantic Relations, and the Cold War, 1965-1985, ed. Odd Arne Westad and Poul Villaume, (Museum Tusculanum Press, 2009)
in The Strained Alliance: U.S.-European Relations from Nixon to Carter, ed. Matthias Schulz and Thomas A. Schwartz, (Cambridge University Press, 2009)
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in The Routledge International Handbook of the Cold War, ed. Artemy Kalinovsky and Craig Daigle, (Routledge, 2014)
in Passport (Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations Newsletter, April 2013)
by Frank Costigliola and Michael J. Hogan; Journal of Cold War Studies, 19:3 (Summer 2017): 233-234
by Mark Philip Bradley; published by H-Diplo, September 7, 2017
by Gregory F. Domber; published by H-Diplo, September 11, 2015
Jan Eckel and Samuel Moyn, eds.; for International Studies Review 17:3 (September 2015): 460-2
by Mark Philip Bradley; for Diplomatic History 38:1 (January 2014), published by H-Diplo July 25, 2014
by Glenn Mitoma; for American Historical Review 119:3 (2014): 927-928
by David F. Schmitz; for Cold War History 13:1 (2013): 139-140
by Hannah Gurman; published by H-Diplo November 7, 2012
by Christian Peterson; published by H-Human Rights, February 15, 2012
Svetlana Savranskaya, Thomas Blanton and Vladislav Zubok, eds.; for Journal of American Studies 46:4 (November 2012): doi: 10.1017/S0021875812001661
Review of “Institutionalizing Human Rights in U.S. Foreign Policy: U.S. Argentine Relations, 1976-1980”
by William Michael Schmidli; for Diplomatic History 35:2 (April 2011), published by H-Diplo May 27, 2011
by Mary Elise Sarotte; for Journal of Cold War Studies 13:1 (Winter 2011): 258-60
Review of “Special Forum: Reconsidering the Foreign Policy of the First Bush Administration, Twenty Years On”
Diplomatic History 34:1 (January 2010), published by H-Diplo on May 11, 2010
by Carl J. Bon Tempo; for Journal of American Studies 43:3 (December 2009): 566-7
by Richard Davy; for Cold War History 9:1 (February 2009), published by H-Diplo on May 27, 2009
The Trump Administration and Human Rights
WBUR’s On Point, July 17, 2017
The Conversation, January 10, 2017 (Reprinted in Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report, Huffington Post, Salon, Government Executive, and Business Insider, among others)
The Conversation, December 6, 2016 (Reprinted in Huffington Post and Salon, among others)
Top section background: Secretary of State George Shultz and United States Ambassador to the Madrid CSCE Review Meeting Max Kampelman discuss the negotiations in Madrid with President Ronald Reagan on July 13, 1983. Courtesy of the Ronald Reagan Library.
Journal Articles background: President Gerald R. Ford signs legislation creating the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe as Representative Millicent Fenwick and Senator Clifford Case, the bill’s sponsors, observe. Courtesy Gerald R. Ford Library.
Scholarly Chapters background: Jimmy Carter hosts a ceremony commemorating the 30th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. – NARA – 182626. via Wikimedia.
Scholarly Essays background: Soviet Union stamp, 15th anniversary of Universal Human Rights Declaration, end of colonialism; 1963, 6 kop., used, CPA No. 2963. via Wikimedia.
Authored Reviews background: Ambassador Arthur J. Goldberg confers with Lyndon B. Johnson aboard Air Force One. LBJ Library Photo by Yoichi Okamoto.