Since 2003, Diane N. Labrosse has been the Managing Editor of H-Diplo, the open-access flagship online source for scholars of foreign relations and international diplomacy. As the recipient of the National Security Archive H-Diplo Fellowship, she manages, edits, and approves all H-Diplo publications; oversees H-Diplo’s reviews program; assigns reviews and essays; recruits and trains H-Diplo editors; liaises with the H-Diplo Editorial board as well as with H-Net officers; enforces H-Diplo copyright rules and publication guidelines; oversees and invigilates the H-Diplo discussion list; and creates and edits new essay series such as “Learning the Scholar’s Craft.” She recently co-edited the path-breaking Argentinian Declassification Program Forum, a joint publication of the Archive and H-Diplo. She is the co-editor of Chaos in the Liberal Order: The Trump Presidency and International Politics in the Twenty-First Century, eds., Robert Jervis, Francis J. Gavin, Joshua Rovner, and Diane N. Labrosse (Columbia University Press, 2018), and of the forthcoming The Liberal Order Strikes Back? Donald Trump, Joe Biden, and the Future of International Politics, eds. Robert Jervis, Diane Labrosse, Stacie Goddard, and Joshua Rovner (Columbia University Press, 2022). She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Diane N. Labrosse
US diplomatic history; Argentinian Declassification Program