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Thu Oct 16 17:52:42 2014 UTClccn-n800132530.00The Successor generation in the United States : projects and achievements of the Atlantic Council of the United States0.631.00The Atlantic Council of the United States, Inc153354060n 80013253395756ACUS.Atlantic Council.Atlantic Council of the United StatesAtlantic Council of the United States, Inc.Beikoku Taiseiyō KyōgikaiConseil atlantique des Etats-UnisMei-kuo Ta-hsi yang li shih huiUnited States Atlantic Councilベイコク タイセイヨウ キョウギカイlccn-no2007013216Nelson, C. Richardlccn-no92031289Weisbrode, Kennethlccn-n79006743North Atlantic Treaty Organizationlccn-n50048205Rolfe, Sidney E.edtnc-united states$department of stateUnited StatesDepartment of Statelccn-n80093463North Atlantic Treaty OrganizationInformation Servicelccn-n81086989Stanley, Timothy W.lccn-n81077069Harned, Joseph W.edtlccn-n79076479Kneese, Allen V.edtlccn-no2010008944Whitt, Darnell M.1937-Atlantic Council of the United StatesPeriodicalsConference proceedingsCase studiesUnited StatesInternational relationsDiplomatic relationsEuropeWorld politicsInternational economic relationsMilitary readinessNorth Atlantic Treaty OrganizationInternational organizationEnvironmental policyPollutionNorth Atlantic RegionCommercial policyInternational business enterprisesLegislative powerExecutive powerInternational relations administrationJapanAgriculture--Economic aspectsAgriculture and stateNorth AmericaAtlantic Union (U.S.)Energy policyCommerceEurope, EasternPolitical scienceNational securityInternational cooperationDeveloping countriesEconomic assistance, JapaneseEconomic assistance, AmericanTwenty-first centuryBerlin Wall (Germany : 1961-1989)GermanyKennedy, John F.--(John Fitzgerald),International relations--Decision makingNegotiationChinaSecurity, InternationalAir powerSea-powerMilitary planningEnergy industriesAtlantic Council of the United StatesArms controlInvestments, EuropeanVietnam War (1961-1975)Produce tradeWorld War (1939-1945)United States.--Department of State196219631964196519661967196819701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201412196438656327.73E840ocn489824122ocn463010228ocn491931883ocn463011586ocn462931035ocn185670988ocn185671641ocn84032543815006ocn047008568file19980.37Reversing relations with former adversaries U.S. foreign policy after the cold war+-+10906586358365ocn001387966serial0.50NATO reviewPeriodicals6886ocn000078563book19700.59Stanley, Timothy WDetente diplomacy: United States and European security in the 1970'sFokus i bogen ligger på Øst-Vest- relationerne i Europa m.h.t. det komplicerede sikkerhedsproblem og det amerikansk-sovjetiske diplomati68526ocn001518538serial0.66The Atlantic Council of the United StatesThe Atlantic Community quarterlyPeriodicals6808ocn000298705book19710.63Kneese, Allen VManaging the environment: international economic cooperation for pollution controlConference proceedingsOutgrowth of a conference organized by the Atlantic Council of the United States and the Battelle Memorial Institute, held Jan. 15-17, 1971, at the Dept. of State, Washington, D.C5794ocn013121440book19860.63Muskie, Edmund SThe President, the Congress, and foreign policy5784ocn000061099book19700.70Rolfe, Sidney EThe Multinational corporation in the world economy; direct investment in perspectiveConference proceedings5033ocn000947904book19740.63Johnson, D. GaleU.S. agriculture in a world context; policies and approaches for the next decade4453ocn001217506book19750.74Goodman, Elliot RThe fate of the Atlantic communityDen Atlantiske Union, perspektiver og problemer; Franske spørgsmål, De Gaulle, disintegration, opposition; Værdien af atlantisk partnerskab; Institutionel udvikling, atomkraft, afspænding; De Gaulle og Sovjetunionens syn på afspænding; NATO's politik om afspænding; Politiske spørgsmål: Tysklands genforening, Brezhnev-doktrinen, ikke-sprednings-aftale, SALT, globalisering, Europæisk Union; Multilateral udnyttelse af kernevåben; Økonomi; Multinationale foretagender, (OECD), International Monetær Union, Valuta, politisk organisation, europæisk monetær union, verdenshandel, Japan; Nord-syddialogen; Parlamentariske forsamlinger i det atlantiske fællesskab, Europarådet, Vesteuropæiske Union, NATO's parlamentariske konference, Institutionalisering af NATO-parlamentarikere3636ocn000239664book19670.70Building the American-European market : planning for the 1970's3316ocn000377747book19720.77Malmgren, Harald BInternational economic peacekeeping in Phase II3048ocn001958096book19760.79Mally, GerhardInterdependence : the European-American connection in the global context2726ocn000632507book19730.79Era of negotiations: European security and force reductions2583ocn002542548book19770.84East-West trade : managing encounter and accommodation2446ocn020670948book19900.79The Atlantic Council of the United StatesThe United States and Japan : cooperative leadership for peace and global prosperity2204ocn024376496book19910.77Guertin, Donald LU.S. energy imperatives for the 1990s : leadership, efficiency, environmental responsibility, and sustained economic growth2022ocn007154284book19800.84Catudal, Honoré MarcKennedy and the Berlin wall crisis : a case study in U.S. decision makingCase studies1922ocn730450484file19980.74Matano, KagechikaChinese negotiating styles Japan's experienceThe rise of China as a political and economic power in East Asia is creating more opportunities for cross-cultural negotiations between China and various governments and outside organizations. As the frequency of these negotiations grows, however, some are wondering if China has a particular negotiating style and, if so, what lessons can be learned from this style. In September, 1998, the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies held a conference designed to study Chinese negotiating behavior in the context of case studies involving border and territorial disputes1462ocn044376674file19970.84Tilford, Earl HNational defense into the 21st century defining the issuesConference proceedingsIn March 1996, Colonel Jim Blundell of the Association of the United States Army's Institute for Land Warfare and Dr. Earl H. Tilford, Jr., of the U.S. Army War College's Strategic Studies Institute envisioned a symposium that would bring all the services together for an open and honest meeting aimed at defining the complex issues that will face the services individually and the Department of Defense corporately during the Joint Strategy Review and Quadrennial Defense Review process. This symposium brought together men and women, soldiers, airmen, marines, and civilians from government, industry, academia, and the media to speak and, more importantly, to listen. Every speaker, even those who were clearly the specified advocates for their respective services, emphasized both the need for the current QDR and the absolute conclusion that defending the United States is and will remain a joint endeavor. The honest and forthright exchange of ideas, concepts, and opinions furthered the process and, quite possibly, pushed the Department of Defense closer to a successful QDR. The QDR is an event of extreme importance for the Department of Defense, the individual services, and for the American people. What is at stake is the future capability of the nation's military1323ocn018070148book19880.90U.S.-Japan energy policy considerations for the 1990s+-+694526463592ocn008750099book19780.86Atlantic Council of the United StatesIssues and options : the work program of the Atlantic Council of the United States52ocn037621496serial0.95Atlantic Council of the United StatesIssues and options : annual report & ... work programPeriodicals51ocn018431957book19880.86Atlantic Council of the United StatesIssues and options : 1986-198741ocn145395574serial0.96Atlantic Council of the United StatesIssues and options ...Periodicals32ocn077628766book19621.00Atlantic Council of the United StatesThe Atlantic Council of the United States, Inc31ocn216834306book19960.47Seignious, George MA grandfather reportsBiographyPersonal narratives American11ocn034149628mix1.00Nitze, Paul HCorrespondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, articles, drafts, speeches, notes, writings, interviews, appointment books, business records, name and subject files, printed matter, and photographs chiefly relating to Nitze's role in the formation of U.S. foreign and national security policy from 1946 to 1989. Includes material from his tenure as assistant secretary of defense for international affairs, secretary of the navy. deputy secretary of defense, U.S. delegate to the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks, and as an advisor on national security to the Kennedy, Carter, and Reagan campaigns. His World War II activities, including work on the Strategic Bombing Survey and the European Recovery Program (later known as the Marshall Plan), are also documented. Postwar topics include anti-ballistic missile treaty, Berlin crisis, civil defense, Cuban missile crisis, disarmament, nuclear test ban treaty, nuclear weapons, and relations with the Soviet Union during the Cold War11ocn754871723mix0.47Burgess, W. RandolphW. Randolph Burgess papersCorrespondence, speeches and writings, minutes, memoranda, printed matter, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to international trade and finance, banking and American monetary policy, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the Atlantic Council, the Atlantic Treaty Association, and American foreign relations with Europe11ocn055620625mix1.00Nolting, FrederickPapers of Frederick NoltingPortraitsPersonal narratives AmericanThe collection contains a large quantity of routine personal and official correspondence; a smaller portion of "Selected Correspondence"; professional papers associcated with Nolting's governmental, business and academic career activities with the State Dept., at Morgan Guaranty Trust and the University of Virginia; personal papers containing school, medical, military, financial and property records; manuscript notes, drafts and correspondence relating to his publications particularly "From trust to tragedy"; and an assortment of photographs, many of which were taken in Vietnam11ocn797050838book1981The Successor generation in the United States : projects and achievements of the Atlantic Council of the United States11ocn077820217mix1.00Emeny, BrooksBrooks Emeny collectionConsists, for the most part, of correspondence, articles, speeches, reports, and printed publications relating to the various organizations in which Emeny (Princeton Class of 1924) participated, including the Atlantic Council of the United States, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Foreign Policy Association (president, 1947-1953), the Cleveland Council on World Affairs (president, 1935-1948), and the Institute of Pacific Relations11ocn071072277file1.00Nitze, Paul HPaul H. Nitze papersPart I includes material from his tenure as U.S. assistant secretary of defense for international affairs, U.S. secretary of the navy, U.S. deputy secretary of defense, U.S. delegate to the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks, and as an advisor on national security to the John F. Kennedy, Jimmy Carter, and Ronald Reagan presidential campaigns. Also documents Nitze's World War II activities including work on the United States Strategic Bombing Survey and the European Recovery Program (later known as the Marshall Plan). Postwar topics include anti-ballistic missile treaty with the Soviet Union (1972), the Berlin crisis, civil defense, the Cuban Missile Crisis (1962), disarmament, the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (1963), nuclear weapons, and relations with the Soviet Union during the Cold War12ocn702157859mix1.00Reid, Ogden ROgden Rogers Reid papersHistoryThe papers consist of correspondence, student papers, writings, speeches, subject files, congressional papers, clippings, photographs and miscellanea documenting the personal life and professional career of Ogden Rogers Reid. Among the subjects documented in the papers are Reid's student years at Yale University, his central role with the New York Herald Tribune, and his activities as ambassador to Israel and as a United States congressman. Files relating to his newspaper career include correspondence, writings, and speeches pertaining to many national and international individuals, topics, and events of interest11ocn030530869mix1.00Schmidt, Adolph WilliamCollection of Adolph Willimam SchmidtRecords and correspondenceThe collection contains the correspondence of citizens who organized groups to promote Atlantic unity; together with documents and minutes of the Atlantic Union Committee, the Atlantic Institute, the International Movement for Atlantic Union, U.S. Citizens Commission on NATO, the Atlantic Council of the United States, and the Atlantic Congress, 1959. The greatest individual correspondence is that of Adolph William Schmidt. Other persons represented include Justin Blackwelder, William Clayton, Gerald Henry, Hugh Moore, Walden Moore, Lithgow Osborn, Elmo Roper, and Richard Wallace11ocn071070507mix1.00Brundage, Percival FlackPercival Flack Brundage papersFamily and general correspondence, speeches, writings, subject files, financial records, legal records, clippings, printed matter, and other papers relating to Brundage's service as director of the U.S. Bureau of the Budget and to his activities with the Atlantic Council of the United States; Federal Union; Price, Waterhouse & Company; and Project Hope. Subjects include the federal budget; economic policy; development of the Hillsboro community in Pompano Beach, Fla.; and Brundage family matters. Includes drafts of his book, The Bureau of the Budget (1970). Persons and organizations represented in the papers include Julian Baird, William Emerson Brock, Avery Brundage, W. Randolph Burgess, Arthur F. Burns, George Bush, Clifford P. Case, Hamilton Fish, Andrew Heiskell, George O. May, Thruston B. Morton, Ronald Reagan, Maurice H. Stans, Clarence K. Streit, Tibor Szász, and the Trilateral Commission11ocn310402671mix0.47McMillan, Robert RThe Robert R. McMillan Panama Canal collection papersHistoryCorrespondence, memoranda, notes, statistics, memorabilia, manuscripts, newsletters, press releases, presentations, ephemera, photographs, maps, visual materials, drafts for publication and related materials, historical background information, governance and financial reports, Panama Canal employees, biographical information, economics and finances, the Atlantic Council of the United States11ocn233105200book1.00Wilcox, Francis OPapers of Francis O. WilcoxThe papers of Francis O. Wilcox document his career with subject files on topics such as the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the Atlantic Council, and international relations. There is correspondence with Dick Clark, Milton Eisenhower, Henry Cabot Lodge, and Dean Rusk. Also included are lecture notes, speeches, and drafts of articles written by Wilcox11ocn754871802mix0.47Huntley, James RobertJames Robert Huntley papersDiaries, writings, correspondence, reports, notes, meeting materials, resolutions, statements, and printed matter, relating to political, economic and cultural relations among Atlantic community countries and Japan, and private promotion of international cooperation, international education, and international environmental protection11ocn612796662mix1.00Herter, Christian ArchibaldChristian Archibald Herter papersConsists of business and personal correspondence, political papers, speeches and other writings, photographs, clippings, and other printed material. The correspondence emphasizes Herter's activities after his tenure as secretary of state ended in 1961 and his interests in such organizations as the Atlantic Institute, Foreign Service Educational Foundation, Middle East Institute, and the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins. Personal correspondence consists mainly of family letters. Political papers include material from his gubernatorial campaigns and correspondence concerning the 1964 Republican Party convention. Speeches and other writings reflect Herter's interest in foreign affairs and international trade11ocn080027069mixPew Charitable TrustsThis series consists of both published and unpublished documents that constituted the final report or product of grants made by The Pew Charitable Trusts, the copies being submitted by the grant recipients. They document the scope of Pew's grant-making activities from 1988 to 2002. All program areas are represented, including: conservation and the environment, culture, education, health and human services, public policy, and religion+-+1090658635+-+1090658635Thu Oct 16 15:04:45 EDT 2014batch35050