Diplomatic History+International Law

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    Any good book recommendations for recent diplomatic history(Vienna Congress~now) and international law?

    Most of the literature I come upon is just plain statist(e.g.: Kissinger) and painful to read.

    Jason Jewell

    I read Kissinger’s book many years ago when I was still a run-of-the-mill conservative and liked it. I’m sure I’d evaluate it differently today.

    Unfortunately, most of the foreign policy specialists out there who write books are Council-on-Foreign-Relations types. I’m not aware of a decent survey of modern diplomacy from a libertarian perspective. Pat Buchanan’s books (e.g. A Republic, Not an Empire) have a lot of good anti-imperial stuff in them. Also search the archives of publications like Left and Right or the daily articles on mises.org for info on specific events you might be interested in.

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