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Allende's Chile and the Inter-American Cold War (New Cold War History
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Tanya Harmer is lecturer in international history at the London School of Economics, UK.

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A first-rate work of international history.--International Affairs
Although a diplomatic history, Allende's Chile will appeal to historians in several disciplines. Those interested in militarism and the military's role in Latin America can benefit from the work. . . . Hopefully, Harmer's challenge to transcend mono-national perspectives will be taken up by the wider scholarly community.--H-War
Writers will look to Harmer's book as a model for scholarship on the inter-American experience.--Journal of American History
Admirably measured and comprehensive.--Latin American Research Review
An important new contribution to the study of international relations during the Allende years.--Journal of Latin American Studies
[A] carefully researched, creative, highly original, well-crafted, well-written, thoughtful insertion of Chile's story into the global and inter-American history of the Cold War. Of the hundreds of volumes on my bookshelves on Chile, I would not want to be without this one. No serious student of the Popular Unity government in Chile should fail to read Harmer's account.--American Historical Review
Harmer brilliantly succeeds at the task that she has set out for herself. . . . A subtle and illuminating analysis.--Diplomatic History
This study brings to life the struggle over Chile as waged by the Chilean and other governments alike.--European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Tanya Harmer, in Allende's Chile and the Inter-American Cold War, wants to set aside arguments over who was at fault for any particular Cold War episode. Instead, she considers the broader context.--London Review of Books
A welcome addition to Cold War historiography. . . . Enriches our understanding of how the Cold War unfolded in Latin America, particularly the centrality of Chile in shaping regional events.--Oral History Review
Harmer's is an insightful contribution to the study of Chile and of bilateral and multilateral relations in the Americas.--Latin American Perspectives

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