Post Tagged with: "First World War"

Review Feature – The Armenian Genocide

Review Feature – The Armenian Genocide

The Armenian Genocide is now rarely front page news, but it roils in the background as Turkey continues to struggle with its very large non-Turkish Muslim population.

Review – The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914

Review – The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914

A work of prime scholarship on the origins of the First World War, within which students and scholars of international relations will find plenty of substance.

Review – When the United States Invaded Russia

Review – When the United States Invaded Russia

Richard’s book should be read – not for lessons on Afghanistan & Iraq – but as a timely reminder of the dangers of mission creep and the consequences of the use of force.

The Power of Peace: Why 1814 Might Matter More than 1914

The Power of Peace: Why 1814 Might Matter More than 1914

This year marks not only the centenary of the First World War, but the bicentenary of the Congress of Vienna. The contrast between memories of these events is striking.

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