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R. J. Barman, Britain and Latin America: A Changing Relationship, The International History Review, vol. 13. pp. 206-208, 1991.
R. J. Barman, IKEA fires two executives for turning blind eye to bribery in Russia, National Post. p. FP.10, 2010.
R. J. Barman, Politics on the Stage: The Late Brazilian Empire as Dramatized by Franca Junior, Luso-Brazilian Review, vol. 13, pp. 244-260, 1976.
R. J. Barman, David G. Newsom. The Soviet Brigade in Cuba: A Study in Political Diplomacy (Book Review), Canadian-American Slavic Studies/Revue canadienne-américaine d'études slaves, vol. 24. p. 325, 1990.
R. J. Barman, Ideas and Institutions: Developmentalism in Brazil and Argentina, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 529. pp. 183-184, 1993.
R. J. Barman, Brazil: the forging of a nation, 1798-1852. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 1988.
R. J. Barman, Business and Government in Imperial Brazil: the Experience of Viscount Mauá, Journal of Latin American Studies, vol. 13, pp. 239-264, 1981.
R. J. Barman, Book reviews – Popular Organization and Democracy in Rio de Janeiro: A Tale of Two Favelas by Robert Gay, The Hispanic American Historical Review, vol. 76. p. 387, 1996.
R. J. Barman, MILLER, NICOLA. "Soviet Relations with Latin America 1959-1987", International History Review, vol. 13. p. 206, 1991.
R. J. Barman, Imperial cities and seasonal residences : Petrópolis, summer capital of Brazil (1843-1889), and its European counterparts, Court historian, vol. 13, pp. 3-20, 2008.
R. J. Barman, At the Far Reaches of Empire: The Life of Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra, BC Studies. p. 148, 2008.
R. J. Barman, Politics and Parentela in Paraíba: A Case Study of Family-Based Oligarchy in Brazil, The Americas, vol. 46. pp. 252-256, 1989.
R. J. Barman, SIKKINK, KATHRYN. "Ideas and Institutions: Developmentalism in Brazil and Argentina", American Academy of Political and Social Science, Annals, vol. 529. p. 183, 1993.
R. J. Barman, Princess Isabel of Brazil: gender and power in the nineteenth century. Wilmington, Del: SR Books, 2002.
R. J. Barman, Immigrants on the land. Coffee and society in São Paulo, 1886–1934, Journal of Historical Geography, vol. 8, pp. 92-93, 1982.
R. J. Barman, Emperors East, Emperors West: Problems in the Biographical Study of Monarchs, as Exemplified by Pedro II of Brazil and Hirohito of Japan, 1989, pp. 188-198.
R. J. Barman, BULMER-THOMAS, VICTOR. "Britain and Latin America: A Changing Relationship", International History Review, vol. 13. p. 206, 1991.
R. J. Barman, Ronald Charles Newton (1933-2010), The Hispanic American Historical Review, vol. 91, pp. 333-335, 2011.
R. J. Barman, The Forgotten Journey: Georg Heinrich Langsdorff and the Russian Imperial Scientific Expedition to Brazil, 1821-1829, Terrae incognitae, vol. 3, pp. 67-96, 1971.
R. J. Barman, Reviews: In Pursuit of Honor and Power, Journal of Latin American Studies, vol. 21. p. 605, 1989.
R. J. Barman, Order, Family and Community in Buenos Aires, 1810-1860, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, vol. 515. pp. 187-188, 1991.
J. Barman and McDonald, R. A. J., Readings in the history of British Columbia. Richmond, B.C: Open Learning Agency, 1989.
R. J. Barman, Inter-American Notes, The Americas, vol. 46, pp. 373-401, 1990.
R. J. Barman, The Chrétien legacy, The Globe and Mail. p. A.20, 2004.
R. J. Barman, Requiem for Revolution: The United States and Brazil, 1961-1969, The International History Review, vol. 12. pp. 852-853, 1990.

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