Soviet-American relations in 1960–1970s: US neoconservatives and collapse of détente

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The article analyses the Soviet-American relations in the years of detente (1960–1970s), considers the role of neoconservatives who promoted the US return to the spirit of confrontation with the Soviet Union. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of the activities of H. Jackson, D.P. Moynihan, J. Kirkpatrik, R. Perl, as well as neoconservative organizations.

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K V Blokhin

Peoples' Friendship University of Russia

Department of Theory and History of International Relations


Copyright (c) 2013 Blokhin K.V.

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