Fateful Decisions: Inside the National Security Council

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INDEX
Aaron, David L., 199–201
Abrams, Elliot, 288, 331–332
Acheson, Dean, 28, 43, 218–219
Anderson, Dillon, 49, 133
Albright, Madeleine, 99
and conflict in the Balkans, 227, 256–263
relations with national security adviser, 179, 337
Allen, Richard V., 74–76, 165, 174–175
Allison, Graham, 303
Al Qaeda, 223, 228–230, 268–269, 271–272, 274–278, 280
Annan, Kofi, 261
Apple, R.W., Jr., 179, 208
Arms Export Control Act, 285
Ashcroft, John D., 270, 276
Auger, Vincent A., 101–102, 107
Baker, Howard, 77
Baker, James, 79, 97, 250
Baldwin, Raymond, 5, 21–22
Ball, George, 175, 224
Balz, Dan, 228–230, 268
Barrett, David, 224
Barshefsky, Charlene, 116
Belnick, Mark A., 329–333
Bentsen, Lloyd, 101
Berger, Samuel R. ("Sandy"), 99, 113–114, 134, 156, 178
background of, 208–212
relations with secretary of state, 138, 179
on role of national security adviser, 142, 144, 146, 148–149, 151–154
on war in Kosovo, 256–257, 259–261, 263–264
Bin Laden, Osama, 223, 228–229, 268–270, 277–278, 280–281
and Afghanistan, 27–274
Bird, Kai, 177, 183
Bissell, Richard M., Jr., 221
Blair, Tony, 261, 278
Blitzer, Wolf, 141–157
Boland Amendment, 285–286, 326
Bonafede, Dom, 178, 194
Bosnia, 118, 254
Brown, Harold, 72–73,
Bryan, William Jennings, 9
Brzezinski, Zbiginiew, 71–74, 77, 136, 208, 217
on role of national security adviser, 142–146, 148–149, 151–156, 166, 176–178, 194–202
Bundy, McGeorge, 63–67, 81–84, 166, 176–177, 183–187
Bush, George, H.W., 75, 79
on CIA briefings, 175
closeness to Brent Scowcroft, 203–205, 224–227
and first Persian Gulf war, 236–252
NSC system under, 97–99
Bush, George W.
and Condoleezza Rice, 213, 215
NSC system under, 102–106, 124, 175
and war against terrorism, 228–230, 268–274, 276–282
Byrnes, James F., 2
Campbell, Colin, 120
Card, Andrew, H., Jr., 274, 279, 281
Carlucci, Frank C., 77–79
at CIA, 175
on Congress, 157
on role of national security adviser, 137, 143, 145, 146, 149–150, 152–154, 158–159, 176
Carter, Jimmy, 71–74, 94–95, 194–195, 197–198 NSC organization under, 72
Casey, William J., 135, 174, 288, 313, 315, 319–321
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 3,
Cheney, Dick, 104–105, 180, 242–243, 249–251, 272, 281, 288
China, 13–14, 115, 211–212
Christopher, Warren, 99, 111–113, 115–116,
Church, Frank, 71
Churchill, Winston S., 2
Clark, Wesley, 257, 263
Clark, William P., Jr., 76, 165
Clifford, Clark M., 66, 132–133
Clinton, William J., 97, 99–102, 106–111, 114–120, 209–212, 227 NSC organization under, 103 and war in Balkans, 257–266
Cohen, William, 227–228, 255, 257, 260–261
Crabb, Cecil V., 138–140, 162, 180–181, 226
Cuba, Bay of Pigs, 64, 220–222 missile crisis, 64, 220–222, 233–235
Cutler, Robert, 27, 29–31, 41–44, 48–50, 82, 165
Daalder, Ivo, 70, 131, 338–339, 358
Deputies Committee, 97–100, 104, 109, 113, 124, 126–127, 129
Dennett, Tyler, 8
Destler, I.M., 70, 99, 101, 131, 195–196, 297, 301, 303, 338–339, 358
Dienbienphu, 220
Djerejian, Edward P., 141
Drew, Elizabeth, 114, 132
Dulles, John Foster, 32, 148, 219–220
Eagleburger, Lawrence, 225, 246–247
Eberstadt, Ferdinand, 3–4, 17–20
Eisenhower, Dwight D., 28–32, 41–44, 46–51, 146–148, 150–151, 154 NSC organization, 30
Executive Committee (ExComm), 64, 87–88, 221, 234–235
Executive Committee of the Cabinet (ExCab), 303
Falk, Stanley L., 31–32, 35
Fahd ibn Abdul Aziz (king of Saudi Arabia), 245–246, 248, 250–251
Feis, Herbert, 13–14
Fitzwater, Marlin, 225, 238

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