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Kennedy, Johnson, and the Nonaligned World.

By: Rakove, Robert B.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012Description: 1 online resource (322 p.).ISBN: 9781139779296.Subject(s): Developing countries -- Foreign relations -- United States | Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973 | Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 | Nonalignment -- Developing countries -- History | Nonalignment -- History | United States -- Foreign relations -- 1961-1963 | United States -- Foreign relations -- 1963-1969 | United States -- Foreign relations -- Developing countries | World politics -- 1945-1989Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Kennedy, Johnson, and the Nonaligned WorldDDC classification: 327.73 | 327.73009/046 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Kennedy, Johnson, and the Nonaligned World; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Maps; Acknowledgments; A Note on Terminology; Abbreviations; Introduction: A Genuine Departure; FROM MELOS TO BANDUNG; THE POLICY OF ENGAGEMENT; 1 ""Walking a Tightrope"": Eisenhower and Nonalignment; THE EISENHOWER OUTLOOK; "ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS POLITICAL TRENDS"; EISENHOWER AND BANDUNG; NEUTRALITY AND MORALITY; ASWAN AND ITS AFTERMATH; STALLING FOR TIME: GOA AND WEST NEW GUINEA; UNDERMINING SUKARNO: INTERVENTION IN SOUTHEAST ASIA; INTO AFRICA; TOWARD THE NEW FRONTIER
2 Rationales for Engagement: The New Frontiersmen Approach NonalignmentJOHN F. KENNEDY; PRAGMATISTS AND CRISIS MANAGERS: BUNDY AND KOMER; LIBERAL AND MODERNIZER: WALT WHITMAN ROSTOW; THE LIBERAL APPOINTEES: BOWLES, WILLIAMS, AND STEVENSON; THE SKEPTICS: RUSK AND BALL; LYNDON JOHNSON AND ENGAGEMENT; THE ERODING CONSENSUS; 3 Conferences Amid Crises: The United States and Nonalignment, 1961-1962; THE BASES OF ENGAGEMENT; THE PROBLEM OF CONFERENCES; THE ROAD TO BELGRADE; INDECISION AT BELGRADE; THE AFTERMATH; THE BILATERAL ANTIDOTE; THE CAIRO ECONOMIC CONFERENCE; 1962: THE TURNING OF THE TIDE?
4 ""Getting the Worst of Both Worlds"": The United States and Colonial Conflicts"THIS UNSPEAKABLE CRIME": THE CONGOLESE CATACLYSM; MORE REGRET THAN ANGER: THE CASE OF GOA; THE "HOLDING OPERATION": WEST NEW GUINEA; EVADING THE "FACTS OF LIFE": PORTUGUESE AFRICA; FALL FROM GRACE: THE CAIRO CONFERENCE AND STANLEYVILLE; "GETTING THE WORST OF BOTH WORLDS"; 5 The ""Diffusion of Power"" and the Spread of Regional Conflicts; GHANA CONFRONTS ITS NEIGHBORS; THE MALAYSIAN CONFRONTATION; OUT OF THE ICEBOX, INTO THE FIRE: KENNEDY, JOHNSON, AND EGYPT
AYUBS OR NEHRUS?: THE UNITED STATES AND SOUTH ASIA, 1961-1964THE DIFFUSION OF POWER; 6 ""Our Most Difficult Political Battle"": The Question of Aid; "THE ROCK-BOTTOM MINIMUM"; APPLYING THE LESSONS OF ASWAN; THE BACKLASH: 1961-1962; 1963: THE DELUGE; "THE LIMITS OF THE POSSIBLE": AID UNDER JOHNSON; FEEDING "THE HAND THAT BITES": EGYPT AND FOOD AID; "THIS WILL MAKE US LOOK LIKE SCROOGE": INDIA AND FOOD AID; FREEDOM IN POVERTY; SHIFTS IN STRATEGY, SHIFTS IN IMAGE; 7 ""A Heavy Burden for Us to Bear"": The Era of Vietnam; NEUTRALISM IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, 1961-1963
"AN IMPRESSION OF DRIFT": THE DECLINE OF PRESIDENTIAL DIPLOMACYTHE EVOLUTION OF NONALIGNMENT; THE NONALIGNED STATES AND VIETNAM; RHODESIA AND THE LIMITS OF ENGAGEMENT; "FORTUITOUS WINDFALLS": A SEASON OF COUPS; TOWARD THE BREACH: VIETNAM AND THE NONALIGNED WORLD, 1966-1967; 1967 AND THE AGE OF SOLIDARITY; A NEW ERA; Conclusion: "" A Decent Respect for the Opinions of Mankind""; HOW ENGAGEMENT FALTERED; WHAT ENGAGEMENT REPRESENTED; ENGAGEMENT'S WAKE; Bibliography; Archival Collections; United States; United Kingdom; France; Germany; Government Publications:; United States; Egypt; France
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Summary: Examines John F. Kennedy's policy of engaging states that had chosen to remain nonaligned in the Cold War.
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Cover; Kennedy, Johnson, and the Nonaligned World; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Maps; Acknowledgments; A Note on Terminology; Abbreviations; Introduction: A Genuine Departure; FROM MELOS TO BANDUNG; THE POLICY OF ENGAGEMENT; 1 ""Walking a Tightrope"": Eisenhower and Nonalignment; THE EISENHOWER OUTLOOK; "ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS POLITICAL TRENDS"; EISENHOWER AND BANDUNG; NEUTRALITY AND MORALITY; ASWAN AND ITS AFTERMATH; STALLING FOR TIME: GOA AND WEST NEW GUINEA; UNDERMINING SUKARNO: INTERVENTION IN SOUTHEAST ASIA; INTO AFRICA; TOWARD THE NEW FRONTIER

2 Rationales for Engagement: The New Frontiersmen Approach NonalignmentJOHN F. KENNEDY; PRAGMATISTS AND CRISIS MANAGERS: BUNDY AND KOMER; LIBERAL AND MODERNIZER: WALT WHITMAN ROSTOW; THE LIBERAL APPOINTEES: BOWLES, WILLIAMS, AND STEVENSON; THE SKEPTICS: RUSK AND BALL; LYNDON JOHNSON AND ENGAGEMENT; THE ERODING CONSENSUS; 3 Conferences Amid Crises: The United States and Nonalignment, 1961-1962; THE BASES OF ENGAGEMENT; THE PROBLEM OF CONFERENCES; THE ROAD TO BELGRADE; INDECISION AT BELGRADE; THE AFTERMATH; THE BILATERAL ANTIDOTE; THE CAIRO ECONOMIC CONFERENCE; 1962: THE TURNING OF THE TIDE?

4 ""Getting the Worst of Both Worlds"": The United States and Colonial Conflicts"THIS UNSPEAKABLE CRIME": THE CONGOLESE CATACLYSM; MORE REGRET THAN ANGER: THE CASE OF GOA; THE "HOLDING OPERATION": WEST NEW GUINEA; EVADING THE "FACTS OF LIFE": PORTUGUESE AFRICA; FALL FROM GRACE: THE CAIRO CONFERENCE AND STANLEYVILLE; "GETTING THE WORST OF BOTH WORLDS"; 5 The ""Diffusion of Power"" and the Spread of Regional Conflicts; GHANA CONFRONTS ITS NEIGHBORS; THE MALAYSIAN CONFRONTATION; OUT OF THE ICEBOX, INTO THE FIRE: KENNEDY, JOHNSON, AND EGYPT

AYUBS OR NEHRUS?: THE UNITED STATES AND SOUTH ASIA, 1961-1964THE DIFFUSION OF POWER; 6 ""Our Most Difficult Political Battle"": The Question of Aid; "THE ROCK-BOTTOM MINIMUM"; APPLYING THE LESSONS OF ASWAN; THE BACKLASH: 1961-1962; 1963: THE DELUGE; "THE LIMITS OF THE POSSIBLE": AID UNDER JOHNSON; FEEDING "THE HAND THAT BITES": EGYPT AND FOOD AID; "THIS WILL MAKE US LOOK LIKE SCROOGE": INDIA AND FOOD AID; FREEDOM IN POVERTY; SHIFTS IN STRATEGY, SHIFTS IN IMAGE; 7 ""A Heavy Burden for Us to Bear"": The Era of Vietnam; NEUTRALISM IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, 1961-1963

"AN IMPRESSION OF DRIFT": THE DECLINE OF PRESIDENTIAL DIPLOMACYTHE EVOLUTION OF NONALIGNMENT; THE NONALIGNED STATES AND VIETNAM; RHODESIA AND THE LIMITS OF ENGAGEMENT; "FORTUITOUS WINDFALLS": A SEASON OF COUPS; TOWARD THE BREACH: VIETNAM AND THE NONALIGNED WORLD, 1966-1967; 1967 AND THE AGE OF SOLIDARITY; A NEW ERA; Conclusion: "" A Decent Respect for the Opinions of Mankind""; HOW ENGAGEMENT FALTERED; WHAT ENGAGEMENT REPRESENTED; ENGAGEMENT'S WAKE; Bibliography; Archival Collections; United States; United Kingdom; France; Germany; Government Publications:; United States; Egypt; France

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Examines John F. Kennedy's policy of engaging states that had chosen to remain nonaligned in the Cold War.

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