The Reagan Revolution, Ii: Rebuilding the Western Alliance

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Trafford Publishing, Feb 23, 2004 - Political Science - 440 pages
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How President Reagan successfully rebuilt the Western Alliance, particularly in relations with the United Kingdom, West Germany, and Japan.

 

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Contents

The Falklands Sting
Helmut Schmidts Bold Gamble for European
Reintegration of
Chapter5 Deng Xiaoping and Chinas Strategy
A Modus Vivendi
Chapter7 Zenko Suzukis Pursuit of Unarmed Neutrality
Reconstitution of the United
Conclusion
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Dr. Richard C. Thornton is the professor of history and International Affairs at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. He is the author of nine books on the subjects of U.S. foreign policy, Sino-Soviet affairs, and Chinese history. His most recent works are:

  • The Falklands Sting: Reagan, Thatcher and the Argentine Bomb.
  • The Carter Years: Toward a new Global Order
  • The Nixon-Kissinger Years: Reshaping American Foreign Policy
  • Odd Man Out: Truman, Stalin, Mao, and the Origins of the Korean War
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