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Teddy J. Uldricks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
University of North Carolina at Asheville
--The nature & role of ideology in Soviet foreign relations
--The origins of World War II (esp. Soviet role)
--The origins of the Cold War
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Asheville, North Carolina 28715
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|List Affiliations:||Former Review Editor for H-Russia
A.B. Univ. of Calif., Berkeley, history, 1966
Ph.D., Indiana Univ., Russian history, 1972
"Icebreaker Redux: The Debate on Stalin's Role in World War II Continues," forthcoming in KRITIKA.
"War, Politics and Memory: Russian Historians Reevaluate the Origins of World War II," HISTORY & MEMORY, vol. 21, 2 (Fall/Winter 2009): 60-82.
"Appeasement in Russian, Chinese, and American Foreign Policy, 1931-1941," SELECTED ANNUAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE FLORIDA CONFERENCE OF HISTORIANS, vol. 16 (2009):88-105.
"Were Britain and France Worth Having As Soviet Allies in 1939?," MS in revision for submission to a journal.
"The Icebraker Controversy: Did Stalin Plan to Attack Hitler?," SLAVIC REVIEW, 58, 3 (1999): 626-43.
DIPLOMACY AND IDEOLOGY: THE ORIGINS OF SOVIET FOREIGN RELATIONS, 1917-1930 (London: Sage, 1979).
Plus 16 additional journal articles and chapters in books, and 58 book reviews.
Imperial Russia/20th C. Russia
World War II
The Cold War