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Rethinking the Korean War:
A New Diplomatic and Strategic History
William Stueck

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ADDITIONAL REVIEWS:

"William Stueck established himself as one of the leading historians of the early Cold War with the publication of The Korean War: An International History. . . . The relevance of Rethinking the Korean War for current affairs arises from Stueck's persuasive account of both the importance of U.S. leadership in the world and the limits on its options. All Americans, not just scholars, could benefit from the lessons that this book offers. It points the way toward a new international history."--Lloyd E. Ambrosius, Reviews in American History

ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"This is a fresh, comprehensive, and balanced study that anyone interested in the Korean War--and, more broadly, in the development of the global Cold War--will find the need to read. Supported by insights gained from new sources and demonstrating a high sensitivity toward the international nature of the conflict in Korea, it is of great scholarly significance."--Chen Jian, University of Virginia

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