Politics, Diplomacy, and International History

The Politics, Diplomacy and International History cluster brings together researchers with a shared interest in international affairs.

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Politics, Diplomacy, and International History

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Our research explores diplomacy and statecraft, international political history, multinational institutions, historical networks, and the flow of people, goods, culture and ideas around the world. We welcome scholars who embrace international, transnational and/or comparative methods and perspectives in exploring a wide range of geographic, temporal and thematic interests.

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