Jonathan Haslam is George F. Kennan Professor in the School of Historical Studies at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton and Professor of the History of International Relations at the University of Cambridge.

Books in order of publication:

Soviet Foreign Policy, 1930-1933: The Impact of the Depression – 1983

The Soviet Union and the Struggle for Collective Security in Europe, 1933-39 – 1984

The Soviet Union and the Politics of Nuclear Weapons in Europe, 1969-1987 – 1989

The Soviet Union and the Threat from the East, 1933-41: Moscow, Tokyo, and the Prelude to the Pacific War – 1992

The Vices of Integrity: E. H. Carr 1892-1982 – 1999

No Virtue Like Necessity: Realist Thought in International Relations since Machiavelli – 2002

The Nixon Administration and the Death of Allende’s Chile – 2005

Russia’s Cold War: From the October Revolution to the Fall of the Wall – 2011

Near and Distant Neighbors: A New History of Soviet Intelligence – 2015

The Spectre of War: International Communism and the Origins of World War II – 2021