Richard Debo

Professor Emeritus

Areas of Study: EUROPE

Publications (Books)

  • Survival and Consolidation: The Foreign policy of Soviet Russia 1918-1921. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1992. xiii + 492.
  • Revolution and Survival: The Foreign Policy of Soviet Russia 1917-1918 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1979), xiii, 462 pp.

Publications (Articles)

  • "Always in Need of Credit: The USSR and Franco-German economic co-operation, 1926-1929', French Historical Studies, Vol. 20 #3 (Summer 1997), pp. 315-356.
  • "G.V. Chicherin: A Historical Perspective", in G. Gorodetsky (ed.), Soviet Foreign Policy 1917-1991. A Retrospective. London, Frank Cass, 1994, pp. 21-30.
  • "Foreign Policy," Dictionary of the Russian Revolution, George Jackson,. ed. (New York: Greenwood Press, 1989) pp. 233-237.
  • "The Manuilskii Mission: An Early Soviet Effort to Negotiate Peace with France, August 1918-April 1919," The International History Review, VIII 2 (May 1986), 214-235.
  • "Nationalism and Empire in Eastern Europe," The International History Review, V 1(1983), pp. 113-123.
  • "Soviet Foreign Policy: The Strategic Triangle," in Politics of the Pacific Rim: Perspectives on the 1980s, edited by F. Quei Quo (Burnaby, SFU Publications, 1983), pp. 211-15.
  • "Lloyd George and the Copenhagen Conference of 1919-1920: The Initiation of Anglo-Soviet Negotiations," The Historical Journal, XXIV, #2(1981), pp. 429-441.
  • "The 14 November 1918 Teleprinter Georgii Chicherin and Karl Radek: Canadian-American Slavic Studies, 34. XIV, 4(Winter 1980).
  • 'Prelude to Negotiations: The Problem of British Prisoners in Soviet Russia, November 1918-July 1919," Slavonic and East European Review (January 1980) .
  • "Re-examinations of the Russian Civil War," Armed Forces and Society, VI, #l(Fall 1979), pp. 148-161.
  • "Mesentente Glaciale: Great Britain, France and the Question of Intervention in the Baltic, 1918," Canadian Journal of History, XII (1977): 65-86.
  • "Litvinov and Kemenev, Ambassadors Extraordinary: The Problem of Soviet Representation Abroad," Slavic Review, XXXIV (1975), pp. 463-482.
  • "Lockhart plot or Dzerzhinsky Plot?" Journal of Modern History, XLIV (1971), pp. 413-439.
  • "Dutch-Soviet Relations, 1917-1924," Canadian Slavic Studies, IV (1970), pp. 199-217.
  • "The Making of a Bolshevik: Georgii Chicherin in England, 1914¬1918," Slavic Review, XXV (1966), 651-662.