The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History by Timothy J. LynchThe Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History by Timothy J. Lynch

The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History

EditorTimothy J. Lynch, Paul S. Boyer

Hardcover | December 19, 2012

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History, a two-volume set, will offer both assessment and analysis of the key episodes, issues and actors in the military and diplomatic history of the United States. At a time of war, in which ongoing efforts to recalibrate Americandiplomacy are as imperative as they are perilous, the Oxford Encyclopedia will present itself as the first recourse for scholars wishing to deepen their understanding of the crucial features of the historical and contemporary foreign policy landscape and its perennially martial components.Entries will be written by the top diplomatic and military historians and key scholars of international relations from within the American academy, supplemented, as is appropriate for an encyclopedia of diplomacy, with entries from foreign-based academics, in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.The crucial importance of the subject is reflected in the popularity of university courses dedicated to diplomatic and military history and the enduring appeal of international relations (IR) as a political science discipline drawing on both. The Oxford Encyclopedia will be a basic reference toolacross both disciplines - a potentially very significant market.
Dr. Lynch is Lecturer in American Politics at the School of Social and Political Studies in the University of Melbourne. He is the author of two books (Turf War: The Clinton Administration and Northern Ireland, Ashgate, 2004; and, with Robert Singh, After Bush: The Case for Continuity in American Foreign Policy, CUP, 2008 - a winner ...
Title:The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic HistoryFormat:HardcoverDimensions:1376 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.98 inPublished:December 19, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Acheson, DeanAdams, JohnAdams, John QuincyAdams-On!s TreatyAddams, JaneAfghanistan War (Since 2001)Agency for International DevelopmentAir Force, U.S.OverviewOrigins of the Air ForceAir Force Independence and the Cold WarAlabama Claims ControversyAlamo, Battle of theAlaska, Purchase ofAlbright, MadeleineAlgeciras ConferenceAlliance for ProgressAmerica First CommitteeAmerican Friends Service CommitteeAmerican LegionAnalogy in U.S. DiplomacyAntebellum Era, U.S. Military and Diplomatic Affairs during theAnti-AmericanismAnti-CommunismAntietam, Battle ofAnti-imperialismAnti-nuclear Protest MovementsAntiwar MovementsApartheid, U.S. Policy towardArlington National CemeteryArmy Corps of Engineers, U.S.Army, U.S.:OverviewArmy, U.S.: Colonial and Revolutionary ErasArmy, U.S.: 1783-1865Army, U.S.: 1866-99Army, U.S.: 1900-41Army, U.S.: Since 1941Arthur, Chester A.Articles of ConfederationAtlantic CharterAtomic Energy CommissionBacon's RebellionBaker, JamesBalch, EmilyBarbary WarsBaruch PlanBases, U.S. Military, Domestic and ForeignBay of PigsBerlin Blockade and AirliftBlack HawkBlaine, James G.Bombing, Strategy and Ethics ofBonus ArmyBoston MassacreBoston Tea PartyBrant, JosephBretton Woods ConferenceBrownsville IncidentBryan, William JenningsBuchanan, JamesBulge, Battle of theBull Run, Battle ofBunche, Ralph J.Bundy, McGeorgeBunker Hill, Battle ofBureau of Indian AffairsBurr, AaronBush, George H. W.Bush, George W.Bush, VannevarCamp David AccordsCarnegie Endowment for International PeaceCarter, JimmyCentral Intelligence AgencyChaplaincy, in the U.S. MilitaryCheney, Richard B.Cherokee CasesChristopher, WarrenCivil DefenseCivil Liberties, Suppression ofCivil War (1861-65)Civil War: CausesCivil War: Military and Diplomatic CourseCivil War: Domestic CourseCivil War: Postwar ImpactCivil War: Changing InterpretationsClark, George RogersClay, HenryClayton-Bulwer TreatyCleveland, GroverClifford, ClarkClinton, BillCoast Guard, U.S.Cold War (1945-91)Cold War: CausesCold War: External CourseCold War: Domestic CourseCold War: Changing InterpretationsCollective SecurityColonial Era, U.S. Diplomatic and Military History during theCommander-in-Chief, President asConant, James B.Confederate States of AmericaCongress and Foreign Policy and Military AffairsConscientious ObjectionConscriptionConstitution, Basis for Diplomacy and War in theConstitutional Convention of 1787ContainmentCoolidge, CalvinCouncil on Foreign RelationsCounterinsurgencyCovert OperationsCrazy HorseCuban Missile CrisisCultural Turn in History of U.S. Foreign RelationsDavis, JeffersonDawes Severalty ActD-DayDeclaration of IndependenceDefense Contractors, PrivateDefense, Department ofDefense IndustryDemocracy PromotionDemocratic PartyD.tenteDiplomacy, Theories ofDollar DiplomacyDomestic Politics, Influence of, on U.S. Foreign PolicyDomino TheoryDrugs, War onDulles, John FosterEarly Republic, U.S. Military and Diplomatic Affairs during theEisenhower, Dwight D.Embargo ActsExceptionalism in U.S. Foreign RelationsExpansionismFarragut, DavidFord, Gerald R.Foreign AidForeign PolicyForeign Policy AnalysisForeign RelationsFoundations, Philanthropic, and U.S. Foreign PolicyFourteen PointsFranklin, BenjaminFulbright, WilliamGadsden PurchaseGarvey, MarcusGender and American Foreign PolicyGender, Sexuality and WarGeneva ConventionsGeronimoGettysburg, Battle ofGettysburg AddressGhent, Treaty ofG.I. BillGilded Age and Progressive Era, U.S. Military and Diplomatic Affairs during theGlobal Economy, America and theGood Neighbor PolicyGrand Army of the RepublicGrand StrategyGrant, Ulysses S.Greene, NathanaelGrenada, Invasion ofGroup of Seven ConferencesGulf of Tonkin ResolutionHaig, AlexanderHamilton, AlexanderHay, JohnHelsinki AccordsHiroshima and Nagasaki, Atomic Bombing ofHistoriographyHistoriography: American Diplomatic HistoryHistoriography: American Military HistoryHolbrooke, RichardHomosexuality, Policy toward, in the U.S. MilitaryHoover, HerbertHopkins, HarryHouston, SamHull, CordellHuman Rights, InternationalHussein, SaddamIdeals, MilitaryIdeology as a Factor in U.S. Foreign RelationsImperial WarsInstitution of Pacific RelationsInsular CasesIntelligence, Military and PoliticalInternational Criminal CourtInternationalismInternational LawInternational Monetary FundInternational Relations Theory and U.S. Foreign PolicyInternment of Enemy Aliens and CombatantsInterventionismInterwar Period, U.S. Military and Diplomatic Affairs during theIran-Contra AffairIraq Wars (1990-2010)Iroquois ConfederacyIsolationismIwo Jima, Battle ofJackson, AndrewJackson, Henry "Scoop"Jackson, Thomas J. "Stonewall"Japanese Americans, Incarceration ofJay, JohnJay's TreatyJefferson, ThomasJohnson, AndrewJohnson, Lyndon B.Jones, John PaulJudiciary and Foreign PolicyJustice, MilitaryJustice, Military: Articles of War (1775-1950)Justice, Military: Uniform Code of Military Justice (Since 1950)Justice, Military: Military CrimesJustice, Military: Military PoliceJustice, Military: Military CourtsJustice, Military: Military PunishmentJustice, Military: Military PrisonsJust War TheoryKellogg, FrankKellogg-Briand PactKennan, George F.Kennedy, John F.King, Ernest J.King Philip's WarKirkpatrick, JeaneKissinger, HenryKorean War (1950-1953)Laird, MelvinLansing, RobertLeague of NationsLeahy, William D.Lee, Robert E.LeMay, Curtis E.Leyte Gulf, Battle ofLincoln, AbrahamLittle Bighorn, Battle of theLobbies, Influence of, on U.S. Foreign PolicyLondon Economic ConferenceLouisiana PurchaseMacArthur, DouglasMadison, JamesMahan, Alfred ThayerMaine, USS, Sinking ofManhattan ProjectManifest DestinyMarine Corps, U.S.Marine Corps, U.S.: OverviewMarine Corps, U.S.: 1775-1865Marine Corps, U.S.: 1865-1914Marine Corps, U.S.: 1914-1945Marine Corps, U.S.: Since 1945Marshall, GeorgeMarshall PlanMayaguez IncidentMcClellan, GeorgeMcKinley, WilliamMcNamara, Robert S.Media, Role of, in U.S. Foreign PolicyWar and the Military in News MediaWar and the Military in PhotographyMeigs, MontgomeryMexican War (1846-1848)Midway, Battle ofMilitary-Industrial ComplexMilitary Service AcademiesMissionary MovementsMitchell, BillyModernization TheoryMonroe, JamesMonroe DoctrineMoore, John BassettMorgenthau PlanMormon WarMy Lai MassacreNational Guard and Army ReserveNational SecurityNational Security Act of 1947National Security Council Document 68Native Americans in the MilitaryNative American WarsNavigation ActsNavy, U.S.Navy, U.S.: OverviewNavy, U.S.: 1783-1865Navy, U.S.: 1866-1898Navy, U.S.: 1899-1945Navy, U.S.: Since 1945NeoconservatismNeutralityNeutrality ActsNew Look Policy, Eisenhower'sNew Orleans, Battle ofNiebuhr, ReinholdNimitz, ChesterNitze, PaulNixon, Richard M.North Atlantic Treaty OrganizationNorthern Ireland Peace Process, U.S. Diplomacy in theNuclear-Test Ban Treaty, ComprehensiveNuclear Weapons and StrategyThe Cold War Nuclear Arms RaceNuclear Arms Control in the Cold WarNuclear Counter-proliferation after the Cold WarMissile and Nuclear Missile DefenseObama, BarackOffice of Strategic ServicesOlney, RichardOpechancanoughOpen Door PolicyOrganization of American StatesOsceolaOstend ManifestoPacificismPaine, ThomasPanama, U.S. Military Intervention inPanama CanalPan-American UnionParis, Treaty ofPatton, George S., Jr.Peace CorpsPeace MovementsPeace ProgressivesPearl Harbor, Attack onPensions, Civil WarPentagon, ThePentagon PapersPequot WarPermanent Court of International JusticePerry, MatthewPershing, John J.Philippine War (1899-1902)Pierce, FranklinPinckney's TreatyPocahontasPoint Four ProgramPolitical WarfarePolk, James KnoxPontiacPost-Traumatic Stress DisorderPotsdam ConferencePowell, ColinPowhatanPreparedness ControversyPresidential Decision Making and Foreign PolicyPresentis, Foreign Policy Legacies ofProclamation of 1763Public DiplomacyPublic Opinion, Influence of, on U.S. DiplomacyPueblo RevoltQuasi-War with FranceRabi, Isidor I.Race and Foreign RelationsRace and the MilitaryRankin, JeannetteReagan, RonaldReconstructionRed CloudRed Cross, AmericanReed, WalterReligion, Influence on, on U.S. DiplomacyRepublican PartyRevere, PaulRevolutionary War (1775-1783)Revolutionary War: CausesRevolutionary War: Military and Diplomatic CourseRevolutionary War: Domestic CourseRevolutionary War: Postwar ImpactRevolutionary War: Changing InterpretationsRice, CondoleezzaRoosevelt, EleanorRoosevelt, Franklin DelanoRoosevelt, TheodoreRoot, ElihuRosenberg CaseRostow, Walt W.ROTCRumsfeld, DonaldRusk, DeanSan Francisco ConferenceSaratoga, Battle ofSchwarzkopf, H. NormanScott, WinfieldScowcroft, BrentSeptember 11th Terrorist AttacksSeven Years' WarSeward, WilliamShays's RebellionSherman, William T.Shiloh, Battle ofShultz, George PrattSitting BullSmith, JohnSoft Power, Concept ofSpanish-American War (1898)State, Department ofState, U.S. Secretaries ofStilwell, JosephStimson, HenryStrategic Air CommandStrategic Defense InitiativeStrategySubmarines and Submarine WarfareTaft, William HowardTaylor, ZacharyTecumsehTerritories, Legal and Foreign Policy and Status ofTerror, War onTet OffensiveThink Tanks and U.S. Military and Diplomatic AffairsTomb of the UnknownsTorture, Issue of, in U.S. Military and Diplomatic AffairsTrade and Tariffs and U.S. Diplomacy and WarTrading with the Enemy ActTruman, Harry S.United Nations, U.S. Relationship with theUnited States Foreign RelationsUnited States Foreign Relations: AfricaUnited States Foreign Relations: AsiaUnited States Foreign Relations: AustralasiaUnited States Foreign Relations: CaribbeanUnited States Foreign Relations: Central and South AmericaUnited States Foreign Relations: ChinaUnited States Foreign Relations: EuropeUnited States Foreign Relations: IndiaUnited States Foreign Relations: IranUnited States Foreign Relations: Middle EastUnited States Foreign Relations: RussiaUnited States Information AgencyValley ForgeVan Buren, MartinVersailles, Treaty ofVeteransVeterans: OverviewVeterans: The Veterans AdministrationVicksburg, Siege ofVietnam Veterans MemorialVietnam War (1960-1975)Voice of AmericaWalker, WilliamWar, American Way ofWar and Peace in American Popular CultureWar Crimes Trial, Nuremberg and TokyoWarfare, PsychologicalWar in American Popular CultureWar Industries BoardWar of 1812War Powers ActWar Propaganda and Popular Culture, AmericanWashington, GeorgeWashington Naval Arms ConferenceWashington's Farewell AddressWeaponry, NonnuclearWebster-Ashburton TreatyWeinberger, CasparWhiskey RebellionWilson, WoodrowWisconsin School of American Diplomatic HistoryWorld BankWorld War I (1914-1918)World War I: OverviewWorld War I: CausesWorld War I: Causes of U.S. EntryWorld War I: Military and Diplomatic CourseWorld War I: Domestic CourseWorld War I: Postwar ImpactWorld War I: Changing InterpretationsWorld War II (1939-1945)World War II: CausesWorld War II: Military and Diplomatic CourseWorld War II: Domestic CourseWorld War II: Postwar ImpactWorld War II: Changing InterpretationsXYZ AffairYalta ConferenceYorktown, Battle ofYugoslav Wars