Kennedy, Macmillan, and the Cold War the irony of interdependence by Nigel John Ashton

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York, N.Y .

Written in English

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Places:

  • United States,
  • Great Britain

Subjects:

  • Kennedy, John F. 1917-1963.,
  • Macmillan, Harold, 1894-,
  • Cold War.,
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- United States.,
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- 1961-1963.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 275-283) and index.

Book details

StatementNigel J. Ashton.
SeriesContemporary history in context series, Contemporary history in context series (Palgrave (Firm))
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE183.8.G7 A74 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 288 p. ;
Number of Pages288
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3559553M
ISBN 100333716051
LC Control Number2002022011

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The relationship between Kennedy John F. Kennedy and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan was a complex factor in the creation of Anglo-American foreign policies in the early 's.

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Kennedy and Macmillan. The so-called special relationship between President John F. Kennedy and Prime Minister Harold Macmillan was an intricate aspect in the formation and evolution of Anglo-American foreign policies during the presidency of JFK.

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Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave. About this book Introduction Kennedy, Macmillan and Nuclear Weapons makes exhaustive use of newly-opened archive sources in a successful bid to offer an authoritative and compelling account of Anglo-American defence relations during the presidency of John F.

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losing its nuclear superiority by the. Book Reviews Donette Murray, Kennedy, Macmillan and Nuclear Weapons. Basingstoke: Macmillan, pp. $ Reviewed by John Baylis, University of Wales, Swansea The Skybolt crisis and its aftermath in many ways epitomized both the discord and the collaboration that have characterized the relationship between Great Britain and the United States since the Second World War.

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Kennedy. This coherent and well-written survey presents the most. Kennedy, Macmillan and the Cold War: The Irony of Interdependence. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, S. $ (cloth), ISBN Reviewed by Andrew Preston (International Security Studies, Yale University) Published on H-Diplo (April, ).

Clearly averse to viewing history through such a moralizing lens, MacMillan prefers cold-eyed scrutiny. Her new book, “War: How Conflict Shaped Us,” portrays our capacity for conflict as. When Kennedy and Macmillan shared office, the Cold War experienced its most fraught events, including “the Berlin Wall, the Bay of Pigs, nuclear proliferation, the Cuban Missile Crisis, [and] a whole host of regional crises from British Guiana to the Congo, and.

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Extract from a telephone record of a conversation between Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and President John F. Kennedy at a.m. 23 rd October, (Catalogue ref: PREM 11/).

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Kennedy, and Harold Macmillan, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, to end the Skybolt Crisis.A series of meetings between the two leaders over three days in the Bahamas followed Kennedy's announcement of his intention to cancel the Skybolt air-launched.

The wizards of the Cold War must uncover a secret cabal responsible for the Kennedy assassination in The Shadow Commission, New York Times bestselling author David Mack's. Drawing upon newly-released official and private papers, this book provides an intimate account of Anglo-American debates over one of the most grave and politically sensitive foreign-policy issues of the early s.

It examines the roles played by John F. Kennedy and Harold Macmillan in the test-ban negotiations between and It also describes the way in which contrasting domestic. Macmillan, Eisenhower and the Cold War is the very model of modern diplomatic history. Aldous takes a relatively rosy view of both British and American policy-makers.

We know the end point. The May Paris summit ended in failure. ‘There is’, Aldous notes, ‘no doubting [Macmillan's] personal despair about the failure of the meeting. Positioned on the fault line between two competing Cold War ideological and military alliances, and entangled in ethnic, cultural and religious diversity, the Balkan region offers a particularly interesting case for the study of the global Cold War system.

This book explores the origins, unfolding and impact of the Cold War on the Balkans on the one hand, and the importance of regional. It examines the roles played by John F. Kennedy and Harold Macmillan in the test-ban negotiations between and It also describes the way in which contrasting domestic political imperatives and conceptions of how the Cold War could best be won, created tensions between the two allies.

His second book, Kennedy, Macmillan and the Cold War: the Irony of Interdependence (Palgrave, ), broadened the frame of reference to look at Anglo-American relations over a whole range of international issues during the Kennedy Presidency. Kennedy, Macmillan and the Cold War was awarded the Cambridge Donner Book Prize for This prize rewards excellence in advancing scholarly.

Nigel J. Ashton is professor of international history at the London School of is a specialist in contemporary Anglo-American relations and the modern history of the Middle East. His book, Kennedy, Macmillan and the Cold War: the Irony of Interdependence () won the Cambridge Donner Book Prize for excellence in advancing scholarly understanding of transatlantic relations.

In this connection, Arthur Schlesinger commented that Kennedy’s response to the Quemoy-Matsu issue illustrated his “dislike for rigid interpretations of the cold war.” Kennedy “therefore favored a policy of reasoned firmness accompanied by a determination to explore all possibilities of reasonable accommodation.” 3 Nixon, on the other.

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Kennedy struggles to contain the growth of Communism while dealing with the many other complexities facing him as president of the United States.

In the midst of a campaign trip to Texas, Kennedy. The forthcoming Cold War was both unintended and unexpected ; it was predetermined all the same. In-text: (Mastny, ) Your Bibliography: Mastny, V., The Cold War And Soviet Insecurity.

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