The Foreign Policy of Lyndon B. Johnson: The United States and the World, 1963-1969

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Index
Abrams, General Creighton, 67
Acheson, Dean, 19, 33, 63
Cyprus dispute, 143–5, 204
NATO, French withdrawal from, 81, 82, 207
US troops in Federal Republic of Germany, 83
Africa, 38
Agency for International Development (AID), 165
Albania, 130
Alliance for Progress, 163, 164–9, 205
Johnson, L. B., 163–4, 164–5, 166–7, 168, 181
Mann, Thomas, appointment of, 165
Punta del Este summit (1961), 164
Punta del Este summit (1967), 166–7, 180
Alphand, Hervé, 87
Anderson, Robert, 149
ANF see North Atlantic Treaty Organization Atlantic Nuclear Force
Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) system
Soviet, 122
US, 121–2
Arab-Israeli relationship and Six-Day War, 147–8, 149–51, 151–6, 157–8, 192, 206; see also Egypt, Israel, Soviet Union
Argentina, 180
Aroseman, Otto, 167
Atlantic Nuclear Force (ANF), 101–2; see also North Atlantic Treaty Organization Multilateral Force
Attlee, Clement, 74
Aubrac, Raymond, 59–60
Australia, 37, 38–9, 51–2, 196
Austria 196
Balaguer, Joaquin, 175, 180–1
Ball, George W.
Cyprus dispute, 139–41, 142, 143, 144, 145, 156, 204
Dominican Republic, 176
Federal Republic of Germany’s nuclear aspirations, 109
NATO, French withdrawal from, 81, 82, 83, 84
NATO Multilateral Force, 96, 97, 98, 99, 101
Sterling, 76, 191–2
Undersecretary of State, role of, 11
United Kingdom, 84
Vietnam, 31, 33, 34, 35, 40, 43, 63, 85
balance of payments, US, 187, 188–9, 194
BAOR see British Army of the Rhine
Barall, Milton, 168
Bator, Francis M.
Johnson, L. B., 20, 32
Kennedy Round tariff negotiations, 197–8
NATO, 81, 82, 83, 104, 190
Sterling, 76
Belgium, 130
Benn, Anthony Wedgwood, 73–4
Bennett, Tapley, 176
Benoit, Colonel Pedro, 175
Black, Eugene, 192

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