Jonathan Haslam

Politics and International Relations
University of Cambridge

Fields of interest: 

The history of Soviet Foreign Policy and the history of the international communist movement; the history of ideas in international relations; the history of the Cold War; contemporary Russian foreign policy; Giulio Douhet and air power; the life and career of the late Sir Nicholas Henderson.

I am currently developing an interest in contemporary China.

 

Recent publications:

Russia’s Cold War 1917-1989: From the October Revolution to the Fall of the Wall (Yale, New Haven 2011)

E.H. Carr. Los risegos de la integridad (València 2008) : translation of The Vices of Integrity.
The Vices of Intergity in Japanese 2007.

A necessidade é a maior virtude. O pensamento realista nas relações internacionais (Saõ Paulo 2006) pp. 434. This is a translation of No Virtue… (Below). Chinese edition due, followed by a Korean edition.

The Nixon Administration and the Death of Allende’s Chile: A Case of Assisted Suicide (Verso: London and New York 2005) pp. 250.
No Virtue Like Necessity: Realist Thought in International Relations Since Machiavelli (Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2002), pp. 260.

The Vices of Integrity: E.H. Carr, 1892-1982 (Verso, London and New York, 1999), pp. 300. Paperback 2000.

The Soviet Union and the Threat From the East, 1933-41 (Macmillan, London, and Pittsburgh University Press, 1992), pp. 208.

The Soviet Union and the Politics of Nuclear Weapons in Europe, 1969-1987 (Macmillan, London, 1989, and Cornell University Press, Ithaca, 1990), pp. 227.

The Soviet Union and the Struggle for Collective Security in Europe, 1933-39 (Macmillan, London, and St Martin’s Press, New York, 1984) pp. 310.

Soviet Foreign Policy, 1930-33: The Impact of the Depression (Macmillan, London, and St Martin’s Press, New York, 1983) pp. 172.