The Carter Years: Toward a New Global Order

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Contents
PREFACExiii
PART I.Toward A New Order
1.The Carter Administration Probes Soviet Intentions1
The Initial Approach to Moscow4
The Unanticipated Problem of Minuteman Vulnerability8
Washington Offers Moscow an Unpalatable Choice15
The Moscow Meetings and Afterwards21
Proceeding with Arms Control -- Negotiations without Agreement30
2.Reinforcing the European Flank -- 1977-197944
The Alliance Dilemma: Cohesion or Competition?47
United States-West German Crisis and West European Monetary Unification53
Franco-German Cooperation -- The French Gamble55
Reinforcing Western Europe -- The German Question60
Washington Shifts from Short to Long65
German Agreement -- With Reservations72
3.Contradiction and Conflict in Asia -- 1977-197885
The Impact of the Soviet Breakthrough on United States Asian Strategy88
Washington Bluffs to Prod Japan92
Early Normalization with China and Korean Withdrawal97
No Normalization and No Withdrawal104
Moscow Takes the Geopolitical Offensive110
War in Indochina and Sino-American Normalization114
United States Negotiating Strategy and Chinese Domestic Politics119
4.The Middle East to the Horn of Africa: From Whipsaw to Backlash, 1977134
Initial Decisions: The February 23 NSC Meeting136
Accelerating the Pace of Conflict in the Horn138
Building the Conditions for Israeli-Egyptian Negotiations141
Conflict Erupts in the Horn of Africa146

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