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Pacific Historical Review (2022) 91 (2): 220–248.
Published: 01 May 2022
.... Nevertheless, the Philippines was freed, because Washington regarded this act as central to its attempts to legitimize the postwar world order. Putting Philippine independence in the proper chronological context connects it to the history of decolonization and U.S. global hegemony. Figure 1...
Pacific Historical Review (2021) 90 (2): 211–232.
Published: 01 May 2021
...Gregory A. Barton; Brett M. Bennett This article traces the decolonization of Britain’s informal empire over the teak trade in Thailand in the mid-twentieth century. It argues that British influence over the teak industry, which dated to the second half of the nineteenth century, began to wane...
Pacific Historical Review (2018) 87 (3): 405–438.
Published: 01 August 2018
...Kevin Y. Kim This article examines U.S. Vice President Henry A. Wallace’s Cold War dissent as a window into racial geopolitics in a post–World War II era of decolonization and U.S. global power. Focused on Wallace and the United States, the article uses a wide range of published and archival...