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Martin McCauley

Martin McCauley reviews Stalin's foreign policy, paying special attention to his covert involvement in the Korean war. He shows that, despite short-term successes, his record can be seen as one of long-term failure.

Martin McCauley argues that our obsession with Stalin as a mass murderer evades the real question – how did his system work?

Martin McCauley continues our series of articles on the Post-War Reconstruction.

Martin McCauley on a wide-ranging survey of national identity and politics in Eastern Europe