Games Advisors Play: Foreign Policy in the Nixon and Carter Administrations

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Index
Aaron, David, 84, 87-88, 90, 94, 106, 149- 50n27
Adams, Benson, Dr., 67
Ad Hoc Advisory Group to Henry Kissinger, 37
Ad Hoc Working Group on U.S. Security Policy, 37
advisory environment, 4-17; bureaucratic politics in, 5; and group setting, 6-15; historical context of, 4-6; national security advisor in, 5; president in, 5; secretary of state in, 5. See also advisory systems
advisory models. See advisory systems
advisory process. See advisory environment; advisory systems
advisory systems: Carter's open system, 11- 15, 99; collegial, xvii, 5; competitive, xvii, 5; conflict in, 16-17; formalistic, xvii, 5, 7-11; Kissinger's control of structure and procedures, 34-41; malfunctions in xvii-xviii; and multiple advocacy, xvii, 5; need for a new perspective xviii-xx; Nixon's closed (formal options) system, 7-11; problems with ideal problem-solving arrangements, 135-38; roles in, xvi; study of, xvi-xviii, xxiii-xxvi
agenda setting, 22-23; in the Carter administration, 85-89, 107-109; compared in different advisory settings, 123, 124, 126; Kissinger's attempts at, 36-39, 61-65; Rogers's attempts at, 41- 43, 65-68
Aitken, Jonathan, 9
Albright, Madeline, 83
Allison, Graham, xviii, 103, 141, 147n 1
Allison, Royal, 31, 48, 74
American foreign policy. See Carter administration; Nixon administration
Anti-Ballistic Missiles (ABM): and ACDA, 54; as bargaining chip, 40-41; coalition on proposal, 48-49; debate over future of, 29-34; discussion in Verification Panel, 36-38; opposition to administration's proposal, 44, 46; program, xxii; proposal on, 27; pursuing an agreement, 54-65; Treaty (ABM), xxii. See also Safeguard ABM Program
arms control. See Anti-Ballistic Missiles; SALT I; SALT II
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (ACDA), xxii, 13; front-channel delegation, 54; role in Carter administration, 13, 82, 86, 94; role in Nixon administration, 33, 36, 43, 48, 50, 54, 59, 65-66, 69, 74
authority (forms of) and sources of power, 19-20
back channel, 34-36, 58-61, 77, 156n13. See also exclusion
Backfire bomber, 77-79, 86, 88, 98
balance-of-power approach, 29, 31
Ball, George W., 115
Bardach, Eugene, 21
bargaining. See coalition formation
Bay of Pigs, xvii-xviii, 16
Beckel, Robert, 105, 168n85
Beecher leak, 67-68
bolstering: in the Carter administration, 92-94, 112-14; compared across different settings, 131-32; definition, 25; in the Nixon administration, 47-49, 70-71
Brezhnev, Leonid, 55-56, 61, 70, 84, 90-91, 101, 104; correspondence with Carter, 78-80, 91
Brooke, Edward, 31, 158n60
Brown, George, 87

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