Mortal Rivals: Superpower Relations from Nixon to Reagan

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Random House, 1987 - Political Science - 271 pages
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Analyzes the foreign policy of Presidents Nixon, Ford, Carter, and Reagan and explains why U.S.-Soviet relations have not improved

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Mortal rivals: superpower relations from Nixon to Reagan

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Hyland, currently editor of Foreign Affairs , joined the CIA in the early 1950s as an analyst. By the 1970s he was deputy assistant for national security affairs in the Ford administration, and ... Read full review

Contents

THE GRAND DESIGN
3
OPENING MOVES
13
THE ROAD TO MOSCOW
36
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About the Author:
William G. Hyland was Editor of Foreign Affairs for many years, and is currently Research Pofessor at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. After a long and successful career at top levels of the State Department and the White House staff, he returns here to his first love, the songs
that America sang and danced to through World War II.

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