DE SANTIS, HUGH.
Title The Diplomacy Of Silence: The American Foreign Service, And The Cold War, 1933-1947.
Book Condition Softcover. Good condition.
Edition Reprint Edition with a New Preface.
Publisher The University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London: 1983.
0226143384 / 9780226143385
Seller ID 72893X1
Consists of De Sabtis's explanation of how the professional diplomats developed their notions of the future of American-Soviet relations . . . He plays particular attention to the cultural environment of the foreign service - the diplomts' sense of being an enlightened grop of experts who could put into practice the grand internationalist schemes of Woodrow Wilson. Includes an Index. ". . . an exhaustively documented collective biography of the East European and Soviet divisions of the American diplomatic service." - Richard Crockatt, Journal of American Studies
(Key Words: Soviet Union, Diplomacy, Hugh De Santis, Russia, Political Science, Eastern Europe, Yalta Conference, Yugoslavia, Joseph Stalin, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, George Kennan, Hungary, Loy W. Henderson, Bulgaria, Charles E. Bohlen).