Documents of American Diplomacy: From the American Revolution to the Present

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Index

a
Acheson, Dean, and China, 319 -23
Act of Havana (1940), 244 -47
Africa, “Conditions in Somalia” (1992), 479 -82
Aguinaldo, Emiliano, 115
Albright, Madeleine, on enlarging NATO, 526 -31
America. See United States
Arthur, Chester A., 99 ;
on the “Indian problem” (1881), 108 -10

b
Balkans, 449, 499, 505, 513 -16
Berlin blockade and airlift, 314 -16
Bosnia, 499, 505
Brezhnev, Leonid, 292
Bryan, William Jennings, 148 -49
Bush, George H.W.:
and U.S. invasion of Panama (1989), 444 -45;
and the collapse of the Eastern bloc (1989), 451 -55;
speech on “The Possibility of a New World Order” (1991), 458 -64;
speech on “Initiative on Nuclear Arms: Changing the Nuclear Posture” (1991), 464 -70;
speech on “Conditions in Somalia” (1992), 479 -82

c
Cairo Conference (1943), 260, 271 -72
Canada, and hemispheric defense, 247
Carter, James E.:
and human rights, 401 -3;
and Camp David Accord, 406 -11;
speech on the SALT II Treaty, 411 -19;
Carter Doctrine (1980), 419 -21
Casablanca Conference (1943), 260, 264 -66
China, and the “Open Door” notes, 126 -30
Christopher, Warren, speech on “Advancing America's Critical Interests in the Asia-Pacific Region” (1996), 516 -19
Churchill, Winston:
and Atlantic Charter (1941), 256 -57;
strategy at Casablanca (1943), 264 -66;
and Cairo Conference (1943), 271 -72;
and Teheran Conference (1943), 272 -74;
and Yalta Conference (1945), 274 -82
Civil War, 83, 91
Clayton-Bulwer Treaty (1850), 76, 79
Clinton, William J., 448 ;
speech on “A Strategy for Foreign Policy” (1992), 470 -79;
“Remarks at the Signing Ceremony for the Israeli-Palestinian Declaration of Principles” (1993), 482 -85;
“Remarks at the Signing Ceremony for the Balkans Peace Agreement in Paris” (1995), 513 -16;
speech on “Why We're Involved in Kosovo” (1999), 544 -50;
speech on “A Pathway Back to Negotiations” (2000), 550 -51

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xv
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Part One - The Colonial Era 1
  • Part Two - The Early Republic 41
  • Part Three - The Civil War 83
  • Part Four - The Gilded Age 97
  • Part Five - The Early Empire 113
  • Part Six - The First World War 151
  • Part Seven - The Interwar Period 189
  • Part Eight - The Second World War 259
  • Part Nine - The Cold War 287
  • Part Ten - The Post-Cold War Era 447
  • Selected Bibliography 553
  • Index 575
  • About the Author 580
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