Richard C. Thornton
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Areas of Expertise
- 20th-Century United States
- Cold War
Richard Thornton writes on recent political developments in China and Russia, U.S. foreign relations, and Sino-Soviet Relations. He has just completed the fourth and final volume of the Reagan Revolution series, From Victory to the New World Order.
PhD, University of Washington, 1966
The Reagan Revolution IV: From Victory to the New World Order. Arlington, Va: DJT Analytics LLC, 2013
The Reagan Revolution III: Defeating the Soviet Challenge. Victoria, B.C.: Trafford, 2009.
The Reagan Revolution II: Rebuilding the Western Alliance. Victoria, B.C.: Trafford, 2006.
The Reagan Revolution I: The Politics of U.S. Foreign Policy. Victoria, B.C.: Trafford, 2003.
Odd Man Out: Truman, Staliln, Mao, and the Origins of the Korean War. Washington, DC: Brassey's, 2000.
Falklands Sting: Reagan, Thatcher, and Argentina's Bomb. Washington, DC: Brassey's, 1998.
HIST 3047: Writing Cold War History
HIST 3332: History of American Foreign Policy from World War II to Vietnam
HIST 3333: History of American Foreign Policy from Vietnam to Reagan
HIST 3614: Writing Modern Chinese History
HIST 3615: History of Chinese Communism