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The Kissinger transcripts : the top secret talks with Beijing and Moscow

Author: Henry Kissinger; William Burr
Publisher: New York : New Press : Distributed by W.W. Norton, ©1999.
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Named Person: Henry Kissinger; Henry Kissinger; Henry Kissinger; Henry Kissinger
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Kissinger; William Burr
ISBN: 1565844807 9781565844803 1565845684 9781565845688
OCLC Number: 40664997
Description: xix, 515 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Henry Kissinger and American power in a multipolar world --
Ch. 1. "See how those pieces could be moved to our advantage": Washington-Moscow-Beijing, 1971-72 --
Ch. 2. "Two former enemies," Kissinger in Beijing, February 1973 --
Ch. 3. From Cambodia to the October War: Beijing-Washington, March-October 1973 --
Ch. 4. In search of strategic alliance: Kissinger in Beijing, November 1973 --
Ch. 5. "What's 3,000 MIRVs among friends?": Kissinger in Moscow, March 1974 --
Ch. 6. Firing cannons: Beijing-Washington, 1974 --
Ch. 7. Trials of Detente, Washington-Moscow, 1974-75 --
Ch. 8. "We have some problems with the Chinese," 1975-1976 --
Ch. 9. "But 8,000 Cubans running around ...": Kissinger in Moscow, January 1976" --
Epilogue: "I would like to be chairman of something," January 1977.
Responsibility: edited by William Burr.

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