Matthew Stevenson

Matthew Stevenson is the author of many books, including Reading the Rails, Appalachia Spring, and The Revolution as a Dinner Party, about China throughout its turbulent twentieth century. His most recent book, about traveling in France and the Franco-Prussian wars, is entitled Biking with Bismarck.
 

Live From Iowa: Caucus Night

Primary Colors: Live From the Iowa Caucuses, Biden, Pence and Trump

Across the Balkans: Into Kosovo

Across the Balkans: Diplomatic Fault Lines in the Sandžak of Novi Pazar

Across the Balkans: Serbia and Its Discontents

Across the Balkans: Srebrenica

Across the Balkans: Assassination in Sarajevo

Across the Balkans: Sarajevo

Across the Balkans: From Banja Luka to Sarajevo

Across the Balkans: Banja Luka

An Impeachment Hearings Libretto

Across the Warring Balkans: From Zurich to Zagreb

Requiem for a Lightweight: the Mayor Pete Factor

Pacific Odyssey: Ghosts of the Matanikau Valley, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands

Pacific Odyssey: Guadalcanal and Bloody Ridge, Solomon Islands

Pacific Odyssey: A Return to Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands

Pacific Odyssey: Port Moresby and the Greater Chinese Co-Prosperity Zone

Pacific Odyssey: Volcanic Rabaul and Admiral Yamamotto’s Bunker

Pacific Odyssey: Puddle Jumping in New Britain

Pacific Odyssey: Goodenough Island in MacArthur’s Wake

Pacific Odyssey: To Papua New Guinea and Milne Bay

Pacific Odyssey: Along the Route of the Bataan Death March

Pacific Odyssey: Corregidor’s Iconography of Empire

A Pacific Odyssey: Around General MacArthur’s Manila Stage Set

Pacific Odyssey: the Manila Presidential Palace

Across the Troubles in Northern Ireland: the Borders Are In Men’s Minds

Across the Troubles in Northern Ireland: Bloody Sunday, Revisited

Across the Troubles in Northern Ireland: From the Jacobite Rising to the Mountbatten Bombing

Across the Troubles in Northern Ireland: the Great Famine

Across the Troubles in Northern Ireland

Going Home Again to Trump’s America: the New York Emirate on a Bike

Going Home Again to Trump’s America: Gettysburg to Newark

Coming Home to Trump’s America: Annapolis to DC

Going Home Again to Trump’s America

Why Vietnam Still Matters: the Great American End and Whitewash in Saigon

Why Vietnam Still Matters: Saigon’s and Frank Snepp’s “Decent Interval”

Why Vietnam Still Matters: The Australians Tangle With Victor Charles in the Battle of Long Tan

Why Vietnam Still Matters: Was Khe Sanh a Win or a Loss?

Why Vietnam Still Matters: Bernard Fall Dies on the Street Without Joy

Why Vietnam Still Matters: In Search of Its Bright Shining Lie

Why Vietnam Still Matters: JFK Should Have Known Better

Why Vietnam Still Matters: an American Reckoning

Into Africa: Lost on the ANC Road to Soweto

Into Africa: Across the Boer Heartland to Pretoria

Into Africa: Shadows of War Over Mafeking and the Making of Winston Churchill

Into Africa: Tracking Into Botswana With Conrad and Casanova

Into Africa: Mugabe’s Zimbabwe–the Fear and the Fiat Money

Into Africa: Who Killed Hammarskjöld?

Into Africa: The Tanzania-Zambia Train to Nowhere

Into Africa: China Uber Alles