The Reagan Revolution II: Rebuilding the Western Alliance

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Trafford Publishing, 2004 - History - 342 pages
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The second of a four-volume study of U.S. foreign policy focusing on the president's efforts to strengthen relations with the United Kingdom, West Germany, and Japan.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Margaret Thatchers Crises of Power Strategy and Proliferation
9
Reagans Solution The Falklands Sting
63
Helmut Schmidts Bold Gamble for European Hegemony
121
Reagans Response Reintegration of the European Alliance
175
Deng Siaoping and Chinas Strategy of Equidistance
229
Reagans Response A Modus Vivendi On Taiwan
275
Zenko Suzukis Pursuit of Unarmed Neutrality
323
Reagans Riposte Reconstitution of the United StatesJapan Alliance
371
Conclusion
405
Index
409
About the Author
429
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