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Nixon's Back Channel to MoscowConfidential Diplomacy and Détente$

Richard A. Moss

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780813167879

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: September 2017

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813167879.001.0001

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Studies in Conflict, Diplomacy, and Peace

Studies in Conflict, Diplomacy, and Peace

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Nixon's Back Channel to Moscow
Author(s):

Richard A. Moss

Publisher:
University Press of Kentucky

Series Editors: George C. Herring, Andrew L. Johns, and Kathryn C. Statler

This series focuses on key moments of conflict, diplomacy, and peace from the eighteenth century to the present to explore their wider significance in the development of U.S. foreign relations. The series editors welcome new research in the form of original monographs, interpretive studies, biographies, and anthologies from historians, political scientists, journalists, and policymakers. A primary goal of the series is to examine the United States’ engagement with the world, its evolving role in the international arena, and the ways in which the state, nonstate actors, individuals, and ideas have shaped and continue to influence history, both at home and abroad.

Advisory Board Members

David Anderson, California State University, Monterey Bay

Laura Belmonte, Oklahoma State University

Robert Brigham, Vassar College

Paul Chamberlin, University of Kentucky

Jessica Chapman, Williams College

Frank Costigliola, University of Connecticut

Michael C. Desch, University of Notre Dame

Kurk Dorsey, University of New Hampshire

John Ernst, Morehead State University

Joseph A. Fry, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Ann Heiss, Kent State University

Sheyda Jahanbani, University of Kansas

Mark Lawrence, University of Texas

Mitchell Lerner, Ohio State University

Kyle Longley, Arizona State University

Robert McMahon, Ohio State University

Michaela Hoenicke Moore, University of Iowa

Lien-Hang T. Nguyen, University of Kentucky

Jason Parker, Texas A&M University

Andrew Preston, Cambridge University

Thomas Schwartz, Vanderbilt University

Salim Yaqub, University of California, Santa Barbara

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Diplomatic Games: Sport, Statecraft, and International Relations since 1945 Edited by Heather L. Dichter and Andrew L. Johns

Nothing Less Than War: A New History of America’s Entry into World War I Justus D. Doenecke

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Obama at War: Congress and the Imperial Presidency Ryan C. Hendrickson

The Conversion of Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg: From Isolation to International Engagement Lawrence S. Kaplan

Nixon’s Back Channel to Moscow: Confidential Diplomacy and Détente Richard A. Moss

The Currents of War: A New History of American-Japanese Relations, 1899–1941 Sidney Pash

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