The United States and Western Europe since 1945: From "Empire" by Invitation to Transatlantic Drift

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Index
Acheson, Dean 33 , 72 , 80 , 124 , 129 , 146 , 156
Adams, Gerry 255
Adenauer, Konrad 8 , 9 , 11 , 67 , 72 , 73 , 84 , 90 , 106 , 125-6
Charles de Gaulle 117
Franco-German Treaty 124
German question 170-1
John Foster Dulles 99
moves closer to France 121-2
Afghanistan 4 , 204 , 208 , 217 , 227 , 230
Africa, Northern 14-15
agriculture 92 , 96 , 179 , 190 , 232 , 242 , 262 , 289
Ailleret-Lemnitzer agreement (1967) 136 , 196
Algeria 114 , 116 , 123 , 128 , 151 , 153-4 , 256
Algiers 15
Alphand, Herve 86 , 118
al-Qaeda network 274
American Federation of Labor (AFL) 47
American Field service 74-5
Americanization, cultural 24-5
Angola 154 , 204 , 217 , 227 , 230
Annan, Kofi 256
Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty (1972) 217 , 270
Arafat, Yasser 272 , 287-8
Arbenz, Jacobo 155
arms control 212 , 227 , 228-9 , 271
Aron, Raymond 75
Aswan Dam 151
Atlantic Charter (1941) 36 , 144
Kissinger's proposed new 182-3
Atlantic Community 13 , 65-77
John F. Kennedy 122
Atlantic Council 214
Atlantic framework:
European integration 77-86
European economic challenge to 91-6
Atlantic Relations, Declaration on (1974) 183
Atlantic Treaty Association 72
atomic bomb 30-1
Atomic Energy Commission, US 83
atomic weapons 97
US deployment of 67-8
Attlee, Clement 43 , 48 , 72 , 99 , 106
Harry S. Truman meeting 148
Indian independence 145
Australia 7 , 149 , 150 , 157
United States 191 , 274
Australia, New Zealand, United States (ANZUS) Treaty (1951) 7 , 150 , 191
Austria 46 , 100 , 259
European Free Trade Association 93-4
European Security and Defense Policy 261
Holy Alliance 6
Iraq 276
Marshall Plan 56
Austria-Hungary, triple alliance 6
Aznar, José Maria 269 , 276
Azores 31 , 155 , 162 , 185
Baghdad Pact (1955) 6-7 , 151
Baker, James 233 , 240
Ball, George 68-9 , 72 , 94 , 122 , 123-4 , 129 , 155 , 159
Common Agricultural Policy 132
European Economic Community 95
Balladur, Eduard 256
Bao Dai 147 , 149
Bartholomew demarche 243
Bator, Francis 129
Belgium 39 , 51
Congo 154
Dual-Track decision 207
Harmel Report 131
Intermediate Nuclear Forces 216
Iraq 276
Treaty of Rome 84
Bell, Daniel 75 , 76
Berlin 8 , 169 , 170 , 173 , 234
Berlin blockade 41 , 69
Berlin Wall 67 , 128 , 171 , 234
Berlusconi, Silvio 269 , 276
Bernhard, Prince 74
Bevin, Ernest 27 , 46 , 56 , 72
formation of NATO 49-50
Marshall Plan 44
Beyen, Johan Willem 83
Biard-Schulze agreement (1978) 196
Bidault, Georges 41 , 46 , 50-1 , 72 , 79
Bilderberg group 74
Billotte, Pierre 50

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