From Beirut to Berlin (via Geneva): The New International History, Middle East Studies and the League of Nations

@article{Jackson2018FromBT,
  title={From Beirut to Berlin (via Geneva): The New International History, Middle East Studies and the League of Nations},
  author={Simon Jackson},
  journal={Contemporary European History},
  year={2018},
  volume={27},
  pages={708 - 726}
}
  • Simon Jackson
  • Published 2018
  • Political Science
  • Contemporary European History
The global politics of sovereignty that developed after the Cold War, together with the catastrophic United States led invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq after 2001, have furnished international, imperial and diplomatic historians with good, grim reasons to return to the interlocked histories of empire, internationalism and international institutions. A torrent of work on the Geneva based League of Nations (LON) has been one result, alongside writing on the United Nations (UN). In particular… Expand