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" States entering with reasonable confidence upon a policy of firm containment, designed to confront the Russians with unalterable counterforce at every point where they show signs of encroaching upon the interests of a peaceful and stable world. "
March to Armageddon - Page 47
de Ronald E. Powaski
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U.S. Security Interests and Policies in Southwest Asia: Hearings Before the ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations - 1980 - 368 pages
...the United States entering with reasonable confidence upon a policy of firm containment, designed to confront the Russians with unalterable counter-force...upon the interests of a peaceful and stable world. But in actuality the possibilities for American policy are by no means limited to holding the line...
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The Conduct of Soviet Foreign Policy

Erik Peter Hoffmann, Frederic J. Fleron - 761 pages
...of world power," our response was fateful and straightforward: we must, Kennan argued and we agreed, "confront the Russians with unalterable counterforce...upon the interests of a peaceful and stable world." Since then, however, the international setting has grown constantly more complex, adding powerful new...
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Strategies of Containment: A Critical Appraisal of Postwar American National ...

John Lewis Gaddis - 1982 - 432 pages
...Truman Doctrine: it appeared even more explicitly in Kennan's "X" article, which spoke of the need "to confront the Russians with unalterable counter-force...encroaching upon the interests of a peaceful and stable world."i0 By the time that article was published in Joly 1947. though, Kennan had hegun to move toward...
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The Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They Made

Walter Isaacson, Evan Thomas - 1997 - 864 pages
...action-oriented Navy Secretary. The goal, Kennan said, was "a policy of firm containment, designed to confront the Russians with unalterable counter-force...upon the interests of a peaceful and stable world. " The prospects for such a policy elicited a rare sense of elation in Kennan. The "vigilant application...
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Silent Film and the Triumph of the American Myth

Paula Marantz Cohen Professor of Humanities Drexel University - 2001 - 234 pages
...that its own survival depended on undermining American power. Thus the Soviets needed to be confronted 'with unalterable counter-force at every point where...upon the interests of a peaceful and stable world'. Kennan's analysis fitted neatly with the recent exasperating experience of the Truman administration...
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George Kennan and the Dilemmas of US Foreign Policy

David Mayers - 1990 - 416 pages
...which to thwart Soviet mischief. In the final draft, he discussed the need for a policy "designed to confront the Russians with unalterable counter-force...encroaching upon the interests of a peaceful and stable world."14 Partly a recapitulation of ideas that he had been expressing for years, Kennan' s essay was...
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Soviet Foreign Policy: Classic and Contemporary Issues

Erik P. Hoffmann, Robbin Frederick Laird, Frederic J. Fleron
...the United States entering with reasonable confidence upon a policy of firm containment, designed to confront the Russians with unalterable counter-force...upon the interests of a peaceful and stable world. But in actuality the possibilities for American policy are by no means limited to holding the line...
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On Every Front: The Making and Unmaking of the Cold War

Thomas G. Paterson - 1992 - 304 pages
...the July 1947 issue of Foreign Affairs that recommended a "policy of firm containment, designed to confront the Russians with unalterable counter-force...encroaching upon the interests of a peaceful and stable world."5 As Acheson put it, the United States had to resist a Soviet "pincer movement" threatening...
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Perpetuating Patriotic Perceptions: The Cognitive Function of the Cold War

Matthew S. Hirshberg - 1993 - 227 pages
...vigilant containment of Russian expansive tendencies ... a policy of firm containment, designed to confront the Russians with unalterable counter-force...upon the interests of a peaceful and stable world." (pp. 575, 581). The policy of containment grew to combine economic, military, and diplomatic means...
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Heave 'Em Out: Phase Three

Gyeorgos C. Hatonn - 1994 - 218 pages
...of world power." The way to defeat Soviet strategy was by "a policy of firm containment, designed to confront the Russians with unalterable counterforce...upon the interests of a peaceful and stable world." [H: Interpreted: "To bash every natural Russian while supporting and furthering the integration of...
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