U.S. National Security Policy Under Eisenhower and Kennedy
McMahon, Robert (2006-05-04)
Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy had the same assessment of the Soviet Union during the Cold War rivalry that dominated world politics in the latter half of the 20 th century: that its implacable ...
Recipe for Success: Basic Ingredients for Undergraduate Research
McMahon, Robert; Meyer, Katherine; Hopf, Theodore (2007-11-14)
Please join a panel of Mershon Center professors for an interdisciplinary discussion on the basic ingredients of a good undergraduate research project. Panel members will cite examples of good undergraduate research ...
The International Politics of the European Ordering Moment, 1989-91, and Their Legacy Twenty Years Later
Sarotte, Mary; McMahon, Robert (2011-02-25)
Mary Sarotte spoke about her award winning book, 1989.
The Point of No Return: The Eisenhower Administration and U.S. Intervention in Indonesia
McMahon, Robert (2004-02-25)
Robert J. McMahon, Professor of History at the University of Florida, has written and lectured extensively on U.S.-South Asian relations. He has written four books: Colonialism and Cold War: The United States and the ...
Cold War as the Periphery: Global Change in the 1960s and Beyond
Chamberlin, Paul; Gurney, Ursula; Irwin, Ryan; McMahon, Robert (2008-04-18)
In his 1972 essay "The Diffusion of Power," Walt Rostow noted the shift in power in the world community away from Washington and Moscow.Particularly concerned with the developing world, he asked a question that has yet ...
Nixon in the World: American Foreign Relations, 1969-77
McMahon, Robert (2006-12-01)
This conference will examine U.S. foreign policy during the Nixon and Ford administrations. Topics include American grand strategy, nuclear issues and arms control, the opening to China, U.S.-Soviet relations, and the ...
The United States and Public Diplomacy: Toward an International History
McMahon, Robert; Hahn, Peter; Etheridge, Brian; Osgood, Kenneth (2007-04-20)
The United States and Public Diplomacy: Toward an International History will bring together the latest scholarship on the history of public diplomacy from a variety of disciplines, with an eye toward publication of an ...
The Cold War in the Third World
McMahon, Robert (2010-02-26)
The first generation of Cold War scholarship was overwhelmingly Eurocentric, concentrating on the Soviet-American confrontation in the heart of Europe while paying but cursory attention to non-Western areas. In recent ...
Faculty Spotlight 2008-09 Robert McMahon
McMahon, Robert (2009)
Robert McMahon is Ralph D. Mershon Professor of History. A leading historian of American diplomatic history, he is author of several books on U.S. foreign relations, including The Cold War: A Very Short Introduction, The ...
Faculty Spotlight 2007-08 Robert McMahon
McMahon, Robert (2008)
Robert J. McMahon is Ralph D. Mershon Professor of History. A leading historian of U.S. diplomatic history, he is the author of several books on U.S. foreign relations, including The Cold War: A Very Short Introduction, ...