Beatrice de Graaf seeks to uncover what happened after Napoleon was finally defeated in 1815 and how did the European continent calm down?
This book offers an accessible and lively survey of the global history of the age of industrialization and globalization that arose in the wake of the Napoleonic Wars and collapsed in the maelstrom of the First World War.
Eric Storm and Stefan Berger explore what inationalism is and how we can study it from a historical perspective.
Ozan Ozavci offers the first genealogical analysis of western interventionism in the Levant whilst freeing the Eastern Question from the monopoly of Great Power politics
Park argues that the idea of status seeking has remained embedded in the concept of sovereign autonomy and endures through distinct and alternative security frames that continue to inform contemporary strategic debates in East Asia.
Eric Storm explores the experience of coming into contact with European society and culture as it relates to the returning soldiers from 1914-1945.
This 1991 dissertation aims to contribute to Peace Research in the first half of the 20th Century.