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Contents Contents v Preface vii Abbreviations xi 5 Introduction 1 1. The Cold War and East-West Pursuit for Bargaining Strength in the Early 1950s 15 2. Churchill¿s Return to 'Number Ten' and Soviet Distrust of his Initiative for Summit Talks, October 1951-January 1952 48 3. Soviet Peace Propaganda, Negotiations of the EDC Treaty and British Plans for 'Let and Live' Arrangements with Moscow,1952 82 4. Stalemate in the Heart of Europe: Soviet Notes on Germany and the Deadlock on the Austrian State Treaty Negotiations, March-October 1952 94 5. A New Breeze from Russia: Conclusion of the Stalinist Regime and Churchill's Ascended Aspirations for Détente, October 1952-April 1953 127 6. A Half-hearted Partnership for Peace: Deficient Soviet Interest towards Churchill's Proposal for Summit Talks, May-July 1953 165 7. From Rapid Recuperation to Bitter Discontent: Churchill's Failure to Promote his Initiative for Top-Level Talks, August-December 1953 195 8. Renewed Prospects: The Berlin Conference and the and Interest within the Kremlin in Informal Anglo-Soviet Talks, January-March 1954, 211 9. A Final Bid for Peace: the Far Eastern Conference and Soviet Coup de Grâce to Churchill, April-July 1954 256 10. Tragic End: Malenkov's Downfall and Churchill's Resignation from Office, October 1954-April 1955 286 Conclusion 310 Bibliography 327 Index 353
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union.
Churchill, Winston, Sir, 1874-1965.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1964.
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1991.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 20th century.