Geoffrey C. Stewart is assistant professor of history at the University of Western Ontario. His research focuses on the intersection of decolonization with the Cold War in the developing world. He is a specialist in the history of Vietnam’s wars, twentieth century international relations, the global Cold War and the United States in the World. His first book, Vietnam’s Lost Revolution: Ngô Đình Diệm’s Failure to Build and Independent Nation, 1955-1963, has just been published with Cambridge University Press. He has published previously with the Journal of Vietnamese Studies and reviewed books for H-Diplo, Cross-Currents, and the Journal of Asian Studies.