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Between deterrence and détente : British ambassador Sir Roger Makins' perspective on US foreign policy in 1953 /
Jeffrey LaMonica.
imprint
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2020]
description
vii, 91 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
ISBN
1793609683, 9781793609687, 9781793609694
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imprint
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2020]
isbn
1793609683
9781793609687
9781793609694
contents note
1953 and the Search for an End to the Korean War -- 1953 and the Roots of a Sustainable US/China Relationship -- Decolonization in 1953: French Indochina, British Malaya, and the Middle East -- US Cold War Policy in 1953: Between Deterrence and Détente -- Conclusion: The Legacy of 1953 in the Early Twenty-First Century.
abstract
"This book presents a new perspective on the Cold War from British Ambassador to the US, Sir Roger Makins, during the pivotal year of 1953. The book's primary focus is on the historical origins of US diplomacy, a consideration often neglected by those who analyze global events and develop foreign policy in the 21st century."--
catalogue key
13227438
 
Includes bibliographical references (pages 73-79) and index.

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