The flawed architect : Henry Kissinger and American foreign policy / Jussi HanhimaÌˆki.Material type: TextPublication details: Oxford, United Kingdom ; New York, United States : Oxford University Press, 2004.Description: xxii, 554 p. : photographs, plans ; 25 cmISBN:
- 0195172213 (acidfree paper)
- Henry Kissinger and American foreign policy
- 973.924092 22 HAN
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Index : p. 541-554.
Bibliography : p. 535-539.
Introduction : a prize-winning performance ?-The aspiring statesman-Kissinger, Nixon, and the challenges of '69-Bombs and back channels-Progress and promise-Negotiating in the shadow of war-Crises and opportunities-Breakthroughs-The first test : Triangulation diplomacy and the Indo-Pakistani war-"The week that changed the world"-High stakes : triangulation, Moscow, and Vietnam-Exiting Vietnam-Highs and lows-Secretary of State-Unilateral advantage : the October war and shuttle diplomacy-Nixon's farewell : Watergate, Kissinger and foreign policy-Renewal ? Ford, Vladivostok, and Kissinger-Not our loss : exit from Vietnam-The worst hour : Angola and East Timor-"Worse than in the days of McCarthy" : Kissinger and the marathon of 1976-The chairman 'on trial'-Conclusion : the flawed architect.
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