Table of contents for The flawed architect : Henry Kissinger and American foreign policy / by Jussi Hanhimaki.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgements
Introduction: A PRIZE-WINNING PERFORMANCE?
Chapter 1. THE ASPIRING STATESMAN
Chapter 2. KISSINGER, NIXON, AND THE CHALLENGES OF '69
Chapter 3. BOMBS AND BACKCHANNELS
Chapter 4. PROGRESS AND PROMISE
Chapter 5. NEGOTIATING IN THE SHADOW OF WAR
Chapter 6. CRISES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Chapter 7. BREAKTHROUGHS
Chapter 8. THE FIRST TEST: THE INDO-PAKISTANI WAR
Chapter 9. "THE WEEK THAT CHANGED THE WORLD"
Chapter 10. HIGH STAKES: TRIANGULATION, MOSCOW, AND VIETNAM
Chapter 11. EXITING VIETNAM
Chapter 12. HIGHS AND LOWS
Chapter 13. SECRETARY OF STATE
Chapter 14. UNILATERAL ADVANTAGE: THE OCTOBER WAR AND SHUTTLE DIPLOMACY
Chapter 15. NIXON'S FAREWELL: WATERGATE, KISSINGER AND FOREIGN POLICY
Chapter 16. RENEWAL? FORD, VLADIVOSTOK, AND KISSINGER
Chapter 17. NOT OUR LOSS: EXIT FROM VIETNAM
Chapter 18. THE WORST HOUR: ANGOLA AND EAST TIMOR	
Chapter 19. "WORSE THAN IN THE DAYS OF MCCARTHY": KISSINGER AND THE MARATHON OF 1976
Chapter 20. THE CHAIRMAN 'ON TRIAL'
Conclusion: THE FLAWED ARCHITECT
Endnotes
Bibliography
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Kissinger, Henry, 1923-Statesmen United States Biography, Cabinet officers United States Biography, United States Foreign relations 1969-1974, United States Politics and government 1969-1974