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To promote peace : U.S. foreign policy in the mid-1980s / Dennis L. Bark, editor ; foreword by W. Glenn Campbell.

Bark, Dennis L. (Added Author).
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  • ISBN: 0817979417
  • Physical Description: xxviii, 298 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University, ℗♭1984.

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Development without aid: aid without development / Melvyn Krauss -- The churches, peace, and Communism / Alain Besancon and L. H. Gann -- Leadership in times of crisis / James Bond Stockdale -- Why U.S. monetary policy should be internationalized / Ronald I. McKinnon -- Energy and peace / Edward Teller -- Post-Collectivist politics in Europe and Great Britain / Gerald A. Dorfman -- Reflections on the Western European peace movement / L. H. Gann -- It's time to change the Atlantic Alliance / Melvyn Krauss -- Remaking the community of the Americas / Robert Wesson -- The Pacific Basin / Ramon H. Myers -- U.S. policy in the Middle East: problems and prospects / George Lenczowski -- Africa: the struggle between East and West / Peter J. Duignan -- Soviet foreign policy / Robert Conquest -- Soviet military power / H. Joachim Maitre -- Eastern Europe: between the Soviet Union and the Western world / Milorad M. Drachkovitch -- U.S. strategic and arms control policy / William R. Van Cleave -- The U.S. intelligence establishment and its discontents / Arnold Beichman.
Subject: Peace.
United States > Foreign relations > 1981-1989.

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