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Index Aron, Raymond, 8 den sharing within, 209, 213, 218–23, Abrams, Elliot, 251 274; disadvantages of, 43, 145–46, 163, 171–72, 188, 190, 222, 274, 283n15, accident. See inadvertence Accidents Measure Agreement (AMA), 159 314n2; and economic interests, 139, accords. See treaties 140, 214, 215, 229, 309n41; and idealAcheson , Dean, 114, 165, 267 ism, 186, 207, 211, 278; and nuclear proliferation, 131, 132, 133, 138; and activism, idealistic, 181, 182, 194, 205– trade, 223–29, 296n16; unconditional, 13, 272, 274, 307n12; and internation144 –51; and U.S. economy, 215; and alism, 7, 183, 184 activism, minimal, 4, 11, 23, 31–34; bene- U.S. primacy, 134, 137–38; Washington fits of, 6, 276; and reassurance, 142, on, 51. See also particular alliances 143, 151; and security, 8, 9, 39–40, 41, Allison, Graham, 32 45, 162–63, 229; and strategic immu- America first, 192 nity, 44, 63, 64. See also national strat- America First Committee, 56 American Diplomacy, 1900–1950 (Kenegy ; nonengagement nan), 266 activism, political-military: dangers of, America’s Rise to World Power: 1898– 164–65; and inadvertence, 163, 166–71; 1954 (Dulles), 53 and intentions, 92–93, 108–11, 140; inAmerica ’s Watch, 200 ternationalist, 29, 35–36, 54, 263; and Amnesty International, 198 U.S. primacy, 135, 277; vs. minimal acanarchy , 265 tivism, 3, 10, 11, 30, 31–34. See also engagement ; internationalism Angola, 67, 70, 71, 119, 197, 200, 286n3 Adams, John Quincy, 20, 186, 215 Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) treaty, 48, 49, Adler, Selig, 53 149, 152, 301n30 Anti-Imperialist League, 52, 187, 215, Afghanistan: Soviet invasion of, 14, 66, 242, 243 67, 69, 70, 85, 103, 110, 199; and U.S., Arab-Israeli conflict, 84, 127, 132, 146, 197, 200, 255, 267, 270 157 Africa: and Soviet Union, 14, 68, 70, 103; and U.S., 78, 82, 125, 197, 257, 258, Arab-Israeli war of 1967, 157 Arab oil embargo, 14, 16, 68, 81, 83, 87, 271 Agency for International Development, 156 184 Arab states, 213 Argentina, 132, 197, 199 Agreement on the Prevention of Incidents at Sea (1972), 158 Arias, Oscar, 201 Agreement on the Prevention of Nuclear arms control, 105, 110, 143, 144, 164, War (1963), 148 212 air power, 23, 168, 173, 174; and NATO, arms control accords, 102; under interna19 , 219; and U.S. security, 46, 47, 60, tionalism, 12, 15, 36, 145, 147, 148–51, 89, 210 158, 163, 271; under national strategy, airspace, 158 40, 152, 157, 273, 276, 300n11. See Albania, 81, 83, 100 also particular accords Algeria, 66, 85 Arms Control Today, 149 Allende, Salvador, 67 Arms Export Control Act, 251 Alliance for Progress, 172, 196 arms race, 88, 127, 152–53, 266; and engagement , 13, 62, 94; and nonengagealliances , 5, 25, 151, 155, 271, 273, ment, 151, 276 282n7, 292n83; advantages of, 221; bur- INDEX 320 arms sales, 120, 204, 296n16; and concur- Brandt, Willy, 72 rent foreign policy, 210, 213; Soviet, 67, Brazil, 79–80, 132, 133, 290n44; and Soviet Union, 66, 68; and U.S., 196, 197 68, 69; U.S., 251, 254, 260, 261 Art, Robert, 130 Bretton Woods, 233 Asia: economic relations with, 227, 228, Brezhnev, Leonid, 97, 106, 148, 199 271; and Europe, 53, 78; Japan’s role in, Britain: in Asia, 59, 168, 190, 196; economy of, 81, 233; imperialism of, 190, 59, 270, 275; nuclear proliferation in, 191; and internationalism, 52, 53; isola132 , 134, 209; and Soviet Union, 68; tionism of, 284n23; in Mideast, 146, U.S. intervention in, 52, 61, 114, 190; U.S. policy in, 18, 125, 189, 193, 198 172, 223; military of, 74, 75, 76, 219, Aspin, Les, 291n65 222, 285n40; and nuclear proliferation, Association of Southeast Asian Nations 133, 158; and U.S., 40, 51, 85, 135, (ASEAN), 69 215, 241, 244, 250; and World War I, Atlantic alliance, 46, 228, 245. See also 187, 188, 189; and World War II, 5, 56–58, 72, 89, 95, 96, 113–14, 117–18 North Atlantic Treaty Organization Brodie, Bernard, 54 Atlantic Monthly, 19, 20 Brown, Harold, 129 Atlanticism, 18, 219 Brown, Lester R., 22 Austria, 7, 57, 72, 96, 117, 195 Bryan, William Jennings, 52, 243, 306n8 Austro-Hungarian Empire, 160, 186 Brzezinski, Zbigniew, 68, 116 authoritarian regimes, 24, 191, 195–97, Buchanan, Patrick, 23, 24 199, 201, 202–3, 206 autonomy, 211, 229, 232, 274, 275 budget deficit, 18, 138, 224, 229, 231, 234; Axelrod, Robert, 109, 110 and military spending, 235, 236, 237 Bulgaria, 62, 103 Baker, James, 86...

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9781400821815
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191952687
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352
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2015-01-01
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