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The cloud of danger : current realities of American foreign policy

Author: George F Kennan
Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown, ©1977.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George F Kennan
ISBN: 0316488445 9780316488440
OCLC Number: 3016545
Notes: "An Atlantic Monthly Press book."
Description: xiii, 234 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The United States as a participant in world affairs: The governmental structure and its habits ; The military-industrial complex ; The energy dependence ; The developing domestic priorities ; Conclusions --
The global scene: The organization of international society ; The impending food-population crisis ; The environmental problem ; the "third world" and the North-South dialogue ; "Democracy" as a world cause ; Summit diplomacy ; World economic problems ; Conclusions --
Latin America: The Panama Canal ; Cuba ; Conclusions --
Africa: General ; Southern Africa --
The Near East --
East of Iran: Pakistan ; India ; Southeast Asia ; The Philippines --
The Far East: China ; Japan ; Korea --
NATO: Greece and Turkey ; Italy --
Our Western European friends: France ; The Germans ; Britain ; The smaller peoples ; The Euro-American economic problems --
Eastern Europe: Yugoslavia ; Finland ; The communist Eastern Europe --
The Soviet Union, the alarm: "Detente" and its misinterpretation ; The military charge ; The political charge ; Soviet intentions ; Conclusions --
The Soviet Union, the reality: "World domination" ; The internal situation ; The external situation ; Summary --
Soviet-American relations: The military danger ; The SALT talks ; Nuclear testing ; The principle of "first use" ; Conventional weapons ; Intelligence ; The dissidents and human rights ; Trade ; Cultural relations ; Professionalism and the Moscow embassy --
Global concept of American policy.
Responsibility: George F. Kennan.

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