Roundtable on U.S.-Habsburg Relations from 1815 to the Paris Peace Conference: Sovereignty Transformed


"If you teach a survey course on the history of American foreign relations, chances are that you don’t spend very much time on the Austria-Hungarian Empire, or “the Habsburgs,” as Nicole Phelps refers to that multinational empire in her remarkable new book," notes Thomas Schwartz, adding that "As Rodney Dangerfield may have put it, the Habsburgs get no respect.  Phelps is out to change that perception."

Read what else Schwartz, Alan Sked, Benjamin Coates, and Alison Frank Johnson had to say about Nicole Phelps’s U.S.-Habsburg Relations from 1815 to the Paris Peace Conference:  Sovereignty Transformed in a roundtable review from Passport:  The Society for Historians of Foreign Relations Review.  Plus Andrew M. Johnston on "The Historiography of American Intervention in the First World War," two FRUS review on the Energy Crisis of the 1970s, Zach Fredman on The "Chinese Expeditionary Army:  Reclaiming China’s Forgotten Veterans," and more in Passport.