Soviet-American Relations: The Detente Years, 1969-1972

Soviet-American Relations: The Detente Years, 1969-1972

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A one-volume joint documentary publication presenting the formerly secret record of how the United States and Soviet Union moved from Cold War to detente during 1969-1972. Published side-by side are U.S. and Soviet accounts of meetings between Henry Kissinger and Soviet Ambassador Anatoliy Dobrynin, the so-called Kissinger-Dobrynin confidential channel, related documents, and the full Soviet and U.S. record of the first Moscow Summit between President Richard Nixon and Soviet Secretary General Lenoid Brezhnev. The Soviet documents are being released in the volume for the first time anywhere. Scholars, journalists, and the public have the unique opportunity to compare independent accounts, the Soviet and U.S., of a crucial foreign policy dialogue and process. An indispensable source for those who wish to understand firsthand through the original documents the dynamic relationship between the two Cold War superpowers at a critical point in their history.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 1075 pages
  • 220.98 x 284.48 x 73.66mm | 3,061.73g
  • Government Printing Office
  • Washington, DC, United States
  • English
  • First.
  • 0160790654
  • 9780160790652
  • 1,938,762

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Library Journal 5/15/2009 issue Special Feature Article by Jim Church -Looking Back, Moving On: 2008 Best Notable Government Documents- Soviet-American Relations: The Detente Years, 1969-1972. ed. David C. Geyer & others. U.S. Dept. of State. 2007. 1027p. illus. SuDoc # S 1.2: SO 8/15. GPO Stock # 044-000-02616-3 -This one-volume publication is a joint presentation of the formerly secret record of how the United States adn the Soviet Union moved from Cold War to detente in 1969-1972. Published side by side are U.S. and Soviet accounts of meetings between Henry Kissinger and Soviet Ambassador Anatoliy Dobrynin, the so-called Kissinger-Dobrynin confidential channel, related documents, and the full Soviet and U.S. account of the first Moscow Summit between Richard Nixon and Leonid Brezhnev. The Soviet documents are released here for the first time anywhere.-show more

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