The Cold War in Retrospect: The Formative Years

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Index
Acheson, Dean: containment and, 88; control of atomic energy and, 78; critique of Kennan's disengagement proposals, 156; Korea and, 101-103; Marshall Plan and, 86; North Atlantic Treaty and, 95-96; NSC-68 and, 101; treatment of Germany as single economic unit, 74; views of Soviet Russia's rights in Eastern Europe ( 1946), 77
Acheson-Lilienthal Plan, 79
Adenauer, Konrad, 151
Alexander III, Tsar, 9
Alliances: American view of, 96; practical approach to, 165-173
Allied Control Commission ( Germany): formation, 24; Yalta and, 32
Alsop, Joseph and Stewart, 70, 156
Anglo-Soviet Treaty ( May 26, 1942), 1
ANZUS Treaty, 108
Armitage, Richard L., 221
Atlantic Charter: analysis of, 15-16; Churchill's interpretation of, 18; critique of, 15-16; formulation, 15; Stalin's view of, 16-17
Atomic bomb: Acheson's views and, 78; Acheson-Lilienthal Plan, 78-79; as bargaining chip with Soviet Russia, 72; Bernard Baruch and, 78; Byrnes and, 78; NSC-30 and, 98; Roosevelt-Churchill meeting at Hyde Park ( 1944) and, 77; Russia's approach to, 77-78
Austrian State Treaty ( 1955), 154
Baghdad Pact, 169
Balance of terror, 100
Bao Dai, Emperor, 172
Barnet, Richard, 164
Baruch, Bernard, 79
Batista, Fulgencio, 166-167
Beria, Lavrenti, 176
Berlin blockade, 91
Berlin crisis: analysis of, 181; Russian concerns and, 159-161
Bevin, Ernest, 67; approach toward China, 211; Brussels Pact and, 95
Bohlen, Charles, 118
Bolshevik Revolution, American perception of, 204
Bowles, Chester, 156
Brentano, Heinrich von, 159
Brest-Litvosk Treaty, 11
Brogan, Denis, 184
Brussels Treaty, 94-95
Bulganin, Nikolai: call for improvements in Russian- American relations, 157; disengagement proposal ( June, 1954), 151; reduction in Russian armed forces, 155
Bulgaria: armistice ( October 28,

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction: America Meets Russia, 1941-1961 1
  • Notes 4
  • 1 - The Troubled Partnership: The Bear and Eagle in World War II 7
  • Notes 48
  • 2 - The Postwar Scene (1945-1953): Cold War Triumphant 65
  • Notes 123
  • 3 - The Eisenhower Years: Nothing Fundamental Has Changed 143
  • Notes 184
  • 4 - Babylon Revisited 199
  • Notes 222
  • Selected Bibliography 227
  • Index 253
  • About the Author 261
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