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Ten Year Trends in Community HIV Viral Load in Barbados: Implications for Treatment as Prevention
Estimates of VL suppression at a population level in Barbados are similar to reports in developed countries that applied similar methodologies and this could suggest a public health benefit of ART in minimizing the risk of sexual transmission of HIV. Expand
‘We are virtually at war with Russia’: Britain and the Cold War in East Asia, 1923–40
Despite the fact that the Bolshevik Revolution took place in 1917, the Cold War is typically seen as a conflict that only emerged in the aftermath of the Second World War. This paper questions thatExpand
HIV Viral Load Trends in Six Eastern Caribbean Countries Utilizing a Regional Laboratory Referral Service: Implications for Treatment as Prevention
VL provides a powerful monitoring & evaluation tool for strengthening HIV programs at country level among the small island states participating in this regional referral network and demonstrates the feasibility of establishing a regional laboratory referral service for HIV VL monitoring in the Eastern Caribbean. Expand
Economic appeasement or economic nationalism? A political perspective on the British Empire, Japan, and the rise of Intra‐Asian Trade, 1933–37
Over the last decade the study of the international history of East Asia in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries has undergone rapid change. This has occurred largely for two reasons: first, theExpand
Politics, Ideology and International Order
Alliances and enmities
  • A. Best
  • Political Science
  • 23 October 2017
The Sino-Japanese War, 1937–40
From a strategic perspective it might seem that the outbreak of war between Japan and China in the summer of 1937 should have been a matter of relief to Britain. After all, Japan’s involvement in aExpand
The ‘Cultural Turn’ and the International History of East Asia: A Response to David Reynolds
From the perspective of an international historian who works on Anglo-Japanese relations in the modern era, reading David Reynolds’s essay ‘International History, the Cultural Turn and the DiplomaticExpand