The International History Review

The International History Review is the only English-language quarterly devoted entirely to the history of international relations and the history of international thought. Since 1979 the Review has established itself as one of the premier History journals in the world, read and regularly cited by both political scientists and historians. The Review serves as a bridge between historical research and the study of international relations. The Review publishes articles exploring the history of international relations and the history of international thought. The editors particularly welcome submissions that explore the history of current conflicts and conflicts of current interest; the development of international thought; diplomatic history; the history of international relations theory; and the history of international organisations and global governance. The Review publishes articles, review articles and book reviews. Articles should be no more than 12,000 words (including footnotes), while review articles should not exceed 6,000 words. Shorter articles are welcome. The editors also welcome proposals for special issues or sections. Book reviews should be between 500 and 1,000 words, with the final length for each review being decided by the book reviews editor.

Five issues a year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
07075332
ISSN (online): 
19496540

Latest articles

1914: What will the British do? The Irish Home Rule Crisis in the July Crisis
ONLINE EARLY
A Pyrrhic Victory: Harold Wilson, Helmut Schmidt, and the British Renegotiation of EC Membership, 1974–5
ONLINE EARLY
‘Those European Chicken Littles’: Reagan, NATO, and the Polish Crisis, 1981–2
ONLINE EARLY
‘This Way of Treating Friendly Aliens Seems Strange to Me’: Australian Security Services, Allied Governments-in-Exile, and the Surveillance and Internment of ‘Friendly Aliens’ from Occupied Europe, 1939–45
ONLINE EARLY
Reading Beside the Lines: Marginalia, W.E. Gladstone, and the International History of the Bulgarian Horrors
ONLINE EARLY
How International was the Secretariat of the League of Nations
ONLINE EARLY
The Struggle Between the United States and Israel over Recognition for Jerusalem as Israel's Capital, 1952–67
ONLINE EARLY
The dynastic triangle in international relations: Modena, England, and France, 1678–85
ONLINE EARLY
Italians in Africa (1870s–1914), or How to Escape Poverty and Become a Landowner
ONLINE EARLY
A ‘Historical Commitment’? Identity and Ideology in Israel's Attitude to the Refugee Convention 1951–4
ONLINE EARLY
‘A Haven for Tortured Souls’: Hong Kong in the Vietnam War
ONLINE EARLY
The German Approach to Counterinsurgency in the Second World War
ONLINE EARLY
‘Not Intended to Act as Spies’: The Consular Intelligence Service in Denmark and Germany 1906–14
ONLINE EARLY
“‘We Need Not Be Ashamed of our own Economic Profit Motive”: Britain, Latin America, and the Alliance for Progress, 1959–63’
ONLINE EARLY
‘The Most Difficult Journey of All’: Willy Brandt's Trip to Israel in June 1973
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The Emergence of International Studies in New Zealand
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Brazil and the Origins of the Multilateral Trading System
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Sentiment vs Strategy: British Naval Policy, Imperial Defence, and the Development of Dominion Navies, 1911–14
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The Good Plumpuddings’ Belief: British Voluntary Aid to Sweden During the Napoleonic Wars
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Analogical Reasoning and the Diplomacy of the Raoul Wallenberg Case 1945–7
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