The Prophet As Statesman: Kissinger, SALT and the Soviet Union

Hardt, D. Brent
1984

Volume 8, Issue 1. Winter Throughout his career as an academic and a statesman, Henry Kissinger has been an articulate advocate of a conceptually-based approach to foreign policy. In this article, D. Brent Hardt explores the relationship between ideas and action in U.S. foreign policy in the Nixon White House. The author focuses on the areas of central concern both to Kissi... read more

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