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|Description:||143 p. ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||Domestic structure and foreign policy. The role of domestic structure ; The impact of the administrative structure ; The nature of leadership ; Domestic structure and foreign policy: the prospects for world order --
Central issues of American foreign policy. The structural problem ; The limits of bipolarity: the nature of power in the modern period ; Political multipolarity: the changed nature of alliances ; Bipolarity and multipolarity: the conceptual problem ; An inquiry into the American national interest --
The Vietnam negotiations. The situation within South Vietnam prior to negotiations ; The environment of negotiations ; Commitment and risk in Vietnam diplomacy: the problem of the bombing halt ; Ceasefire and coalition government ; Where do we go from here?
|Responsibility:||[by] Henry A. Kissinger.|