Portuguese Studies 29.2

Portuguese Studies 29.2

Modern Humanities Research Association

26 September 2013  •  165pp

ISBN: 978-1-781880-38-8 (paperback)

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Contents:

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137-141

Introduction: The International and the Portuguese Imperial Endgame: Problems and Perspectives
Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo, António Costa Pinto
doi:10.5699/portstudies.29.2.0137

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142-163

Internationalism and the Labours of the Portuguese Colonial Empire (1945–1974)
Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo, José Pedro Monteiro
doi:10.5699/portstudies.29.2.0142

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164-185

The United States and Portuguese Decolonization
Luís Nuno Rodrigues
doi:10.5699/portstudies.29.2.0164

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186-208

Live and Let Live: Britain and Portugal's Imperial Endgame (1945–75)
Pedro Aires Oliveira
doi:10.5699/portstudies.29.2.0186

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209-226

Cold War Constraints: France, West Germany and Portuguese Decolonization
Ana Mónica Fonseca, Daniel Marcos
doi:10.5699/portstudies.29.2.0209

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227-250

South Africa and the Aftermath of Portugal's ‘Exemplary’ Decolonization: The Security Dimension
Filipe Ribeiro de Meneses, Robert McNamara
doi:10.5699/portstudies.29.2.0227

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251-276

Portugal and the UN: A Rogue State Resisting the Norm of Decolonization (1956–1974)
Bruno Cardoso Reis
doi:10.5699/portstudies.29.2.0251

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277-295

Lusophone Studies: A Cumulative Area Bibliography, 2011–13
Emilce Rees
doi:10.5699/portstudies.29.2.0277

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