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Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969-1976: Volume XL: Germany and Berlin, 1969-1972
David C. Geyer (ed)
This volume examines key issues in German-American relations from 1969 through 1972 in depth, emphasizing two issues in particular: the response of the Nixon administration to Chancellor Willy Brandt and his Eastern policy (Ostpolitik); and the secret negotiations leading to signature of the Berlin quadripartite agreement in September 1971. Moscow was a key player in the diplomacy behind both Bonnńˇ╗s Ostpolitik and the Berlin agreement. This volume, therefore, also focuses on the Soviet Union, and places bilateral relations between the United States and the Federal Republic in the context of the competition between the two superpowers. This is, in other words, a ńˇýcold warńˇŁ volumeńˇţor perhaps, more accurately, a ńˇýdÝętenteńˇŁ volume. This is a print on demand report.
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