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Beyond containment; U.S. foreign policy in transition. Edited by Robert W. Tucker and William Watts.

; Watts, William, 1930-
Washington, Potomac Associates; [distributed by Basic Books, New York], [1973] .
ISBN 0913998001, 091399801X, 9780913998007, 9780913998014

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Other Title Guo ji guan xi xue qian yan jiao cai cong shu.
Other Authors Watts, William, 1930-
Subjects Diplomatic relations.
États-Unis -- Relations extérieures -- 1945-1989.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989.
United States.
Description xxxix, 212 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes "A Potomac Associates book."
This book, like its companion, A reordered world: emerging international economic problems, contains articles originally published in Foreign policy from 1971 to 1973.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Interview with George F. Kennan -- Three comments on the "X" Article / W. Averell Harriman, Arthur Krock, and Dean Acheson -- How containment worked / Chalmers M. Roberts -- Vietnam : the system worked / Leslie H. Gelb -- The plain lessons of a bad decade / John Kenneth Galbraith -- A strange death for liberal America? / George Armstrong Kelly -- Pragmatic conservatism in the White House / Pierre Hassner -- Will the balance balance at home? / Stanley Hoffmann -- The establishment / Godfrey Hodgson -- Can one man do? / I.M. Destler -- Kissinger's apparat / John Pl Leacacos -- Why bureaucrats play games / Morton H. Halperin -- Are bureaucracies important? / Stephen D. Krasner.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)959889
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WorldCat Identities Tucker, Robert W.,
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