Envisioning D├ętente: The Johnson Administration and the October 1964 Khrushchev Ouster

Graduate Fellow Simon Miles, currently a Ph.D. candidate in History at UT, was published in the September 2016 issue of Diplomatic History

Simon Miles
August 16, 2016
Johnson Administration

A review of Eliga Gould's "Among the powers of the Earth: The American Revolution and the making of a new world empire"

Clements Graduate Fellow Simon Miles has published a review of Eliga H. Gould's book "Among the powers of the Earth: The American Revolution and the making of a new world empire" in International Journal, Canada's journal of global policy analysis.

Simon Miles
October 3, 2014
Book Review

A review of Stephanie Hofmann's "European security in NATO's shadow: Party ideologies and institution building"

Clements Graduate Fellow Simon Miles has published a review of Stephanie Hofmann's book "European security in NATO's shadow: Party ideologies and institution building" in International Journal, Canada's journal of global policy analysis.

Simon Miles
October 1, 2014
Book Review

Clements Graduate Fellow Published in Diplomacy & Statecraft

Clements Center Graduate Fellow Simon Miles recently published work in the journal Diplomacy & Statecraft. His article discusses Nikita Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin's visit to Great Britain in April 1956.

Simon Miles
December 2, 2013
Diplomacy & Statecraft