In the Arena: A Memoir of Victory, Defeat, and Renewal. Simon & Schuster (1990) ISBN 0-671-72318-9. A more personal memoir than RN: The Memoirs of Richard Nixon, shows Nixon's reflections on life, politics and personal philosophy.
Seize the Moment: America's Challenge in a One-Superpower World. Simon & Schuster (1992) ISBN 0-671-74343-0
Beyond Peace. Random House (1994) ISBN 0-679-43323-6. Completed two weeks before his death and published posthumously.
Andrew, Christopher. For the President’s Eyes Only: Secret Intelligence and the American Presidency from Washington to Bush (1995), pp 350-96.
Bundy, William. A Tangled Web: The Making of Foreign Policy in the Nixon Presidency. 1998. 647 pp. online review
Daum, Andreas W.; Gardner, Lloyd C.; Mausbach, Wilfred, eds. America, the Vietnam War, and the World: Comparative and International Perspectives (Publications of the German Historical Institute) (2003)
Gaddis, John Lewis Strategies of Containment: A Critical Appraisal of Postwar American National Security Policy 1982.
Goh, Evelyn. "Nixon, Kissinger, and the 'Soviet Card' in the U.S. Opening to China, 1971–1974." Diplomatic History 2005 29(3): 475-502. ISSN 0145-2096 Fulltext in Ingenta and Ebsco; Kissinger's use of the "Soviet card" in relations with China between 1971 and 1974 offers diplomatic historians an interesting, if not yet conclusive, perspective on the rise and fall of détente and the problems of "triangular diplomacy." Kissinger sought to play up the Soviet threat to the Chinese as a way of promoting closer relations with the PRC. While at times he suggested a U.S.-PRC alliance, declassified sources indicate that his suggestions were more hyperbole than actual U.S. policy. He was really using the Soviet threat as a means to a closer relationship with China, but one that was still subordinated to improved U.S.–Soviet relations. Unfortunately for Kissinger and the Nixon administration, the triangular diplomacy failed because of Chinese suspicions and the Watergate crisis.
Herschensohn, Bruce. An American Amnesia: How the U.S. Congress Forced the Surrenders of South Vietnam and Cambodia (2010)
Kimball, Jeffrey P. Nixon's Vietnam War (2002)
Levantrosser, William F. ed. Cold War Patriot and Statesman, Richard M. Nixon (1993), essays by scholars and senior officials.
Preston, Andrew Preston and Fredrik Logevall, eds. Nixon in the World: American Foreign Relations, 1969-1977 (2008) online
Shawcross, William. Sideshow: Kissinger, Nixon, and the Destruction of Cambodia (1979), Simon and Schuster. Strong critique of Cambodia policy. Kissinger responds directly to Shawcross' claims in appendix to Years of Upheaval.
Thornton, Richard C. The Nixon-Kissinger Years: Reshaping America's Foreign Policy (1989)
Tucker, Nancy Bernkopf. "Taiwan Expendable? Nixon and Kissinger Go to China" Journal of American History 2005 92(1): 109–135. ISSN 0021-8723 Fulltext in History Cooperative and Ebsco. Analyzes U.S. policy toward China and finds that Nixon and Kissinger pursued a deeply flawed and ultimately harmful path toward establishing relations with Communist China. Nixon and Kissinger operated in secrecy in order to hide the "collateral damage" of their China policy, particularly the damage it did to the former U.S. client state of Taiwan.
Warner, Geoffrey, “Nixon, Kissinger, and the Breakup of Pakistan, 1971,” International Affairs (London), 81 (Oct. 2005), 1097–1118.
Domestic policy and matters
Burke, Vincent J. Nixon's Good Deed: Welfare Reform (1974)
Flippen, J. Brooks. Nixon and the Environment (2000).
Hood, J. Larry. "The Nixon Administration and the Revised Philadelphia Plan for Affirmative Action: A Study in Expanding Presidential Power and Divided Government" Presidential Studies Quarterly 23 (Winter 1993): 145–67
Kotlowski, Dean J. Nixon's Civil Rights: Politics, Principle, and Policy (2001).
Kotlowski, Dean J. ; "Richard Nixon and the Origins of Affirmative Action" The Historian. Volume: 60. Issue: 3. 1998. pp. 523 ff.
Kotlowski, Dean J. "Deeds Versus Words: Richard Nixon and Civil Rights Policy." New England Journal of History 1999–2000 56(2–3): 122–144. Abstract: Political considerations and his own personal views gave President Nixon a mixed record in the area of civil rights, which included such advances as the implementation of affirmative action, school desegregation, and other types of economic support promoting racial equality, but opposed busing, ignored women, and made compromises to placate Southern conservatives.
Kutler, Stanley I. The Wars of Watergate: The Last Crisis of Richard Nixon. (1990).
McAndrews, Lawrence J.; "The Politics of Principle: Richard Nixon and School Desegregation" The Journal of Negro History, Vol. 83 #3, 1998 pp 187+
Olson, Keith W. Watergate: The Presidential Scandal That Shook America. (2003). 220 pp.
O'Reilly, Kenneth Nixon's Piano: Presidents and Racial Politics from Washington to Clinton (1995)
Matusow, Allen J. Nixon's Economy: Booms, Busts, Dollars, and Votes (1998)
Schell, Jonathan "The Time of Illusion" Vintage (1976)
Sussman, Glen and Daynes, Byron W. "Spanning the Century: Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton, and the Environment." White House Studies 2004 4(3): 337–354. ISSN 1535-4768
Feeney, Mark. Nixon at the Movies: A Book About Belief. Chicago: University of Chicago, 2004.
Frick, Daniel. Reinventing Richard Nixon: A Cultural History of An American Obsession.
^For annotations and older listings see Melvin Small, ed., A Companion to Richard M. Nixon (Wiley Blackwell, 2011) online; Carol B. Fitzgerald, ed., Richard M. Nixon (Meckler's Bibliographies of the Presidents of the United States, 1789-1989 Ser. : No. 36) (1997); Mitchell K. Hall, ed., Historical Dictionary of the Nixon-Ford Era (2008) pp 229-268.
Booknotes interview with Bruce Oudes on From: The President, Richard Nixon's Secret Files, April 16, 1989.
Booknotes interview with Monica Crowley on Nixon off the Record: His Commentary on People and Politics, September 29, 1996.
Booknotes interview with Fred Maroon on The Nixon Years, 1969-1974, White House to Watergate, November 14, 1999.