The Long Entanglement: NATO's First Fifty Years

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Index
ABMs (Anti-Ballistic Missiles), 106, 107, 118, 119
Acheson, Dean, 79, 153, 223, 230; attitude toward Department of Defense, 38; on Berlin, 80, 81, 82-83, 89, 92; convinces Iceland to join NATO, 32; on Great Britain, 232; on Johnson as Secretary of Defense, 45; and Military Assistance Program (MAP), 44-45, 46, 48-49, 50, 53- 54; on nuclear weapons, 103; and West German membership in NATO, 60
Achilles, Theodore C., 12, 33-34
Adenauer, Konrad, 212, 230
Afghanistan, 160, 177
Ailleret, Charles, 101, 105, 128
Air Force, U.S., sees first strike potential in counterforce, 102, 106, 109
Albania, 192
Anti-ballistic missiles, 106, 107, 118, 119
Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty of 1972, 119
Arab League, 210
Aron, Raymond, 153
ASEAN group, 167
Assured destruction, 106-8
Atlantic Nuclear Force (ANF), 125, 126, 127
Ausland, John, 84, 93
Austria, 12, 42-43, 132, 188
Azores, strategic importance of, 15, 33- 34, 40
Balkan Pact, 227-28
Ball, George, 110, 126, 127, 128, 141, 153
Baltic states and NATO membership, 198, 215, 217
Barnet, Richard, 166
Bator, Francis C., 129, 134
Bay of Pigs, 127
Beaufre, Andr, 105
Belgium, 118, 209; history of, as if NATO had never existed, 225-26; and Multilateral Force (MLF), 125; NATO headquarters moved to, 130- 31, 133, 169, 176; signs Brussels Pact, 3, 30
Benediktsson, Bjarni, 32
Benelux countries: history of, as if

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