Diplomacy for a Crowded World: An American Foreign Policy

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Diplomacy for a Crowded World: An American Foreign Policy

By George W. Ball
Atlantic-Little, Brown, 1976
356 pp. $12.95
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The author was Undersecretary of State from 1961 to 1966. An articulate critic both in and outside of government, he here gives the foreign policies and diplomacy of Kissinger-Nixon-Ford a scrubbing-with razors. He is especially cutting in his treatment of summitry, unilateralism, egomania, and secrecy.

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