4 edition of US intelligence and the Polish crisis found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-207) and index.
|Statement||Douglas J. MacEachin.|
|LC Classifications||DK4442 .M33 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 211 p. :|
|Number of Pages||211|
|LC Control Number||2001330113|
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Michta, Rhodes College. About this book This book examines the response of the Western Alliance to the Polish Crisis (). The author analyses the different views of Europe and the United States regarding enforcement in East-West relations and the opposition in Western Europe to the American approach.
The result is one of the best published analyses of the Polish crisis: a fascinating study of how the Soviet Union pressed the Poles, specifically General Wojciech Jaruzelski, into doing their dirty work. Also interesting is how influential the United States was in deterring. Drawing on intelligence documents that were recently declassified, this article assesses the quality of US intelligence analysis during the Polish crisis and the impact of the intelligence.
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US intelligence and the Polish crisis: [Douglas J MacEachin; Center for the Study of Intelligence (U.S.)]. This book examines the response of the Western Alliance to the Polish Crisis (). The author analyses the different views of Europe and the United States regarding enforcement in East-West relations and the opposition in Western Europe to the American approach.
The Cuban missile crisis has, and continues to be the locus case of successful crisis management2 and of the role of US intelligence in shaping the crisis. The evaluations of US intelligence performance in the crisis have usually focused on the failure to estimate the Soviet intent to deploy strategic missiles on Cuba.
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“Briefing Books” are one-stop resources covering a full range of topics in U.S. foreign policy. Containing from 5 to + documents, each briefing book features an introductory essay, individual document descriptions, related photo or video content, plus links for further reading. the Polish crisis by David Goldman, Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev's April 7 reassurances concerning the ability of the Polish communist party to maintain internal stability reduced the short-term likelihood of a Soviet invasion, but left most of the international community unsettled.
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The Crimean crisis and the Polish practice on non-recognition by Władysław Czapliński on Jul 7, • No Comments Link to PDF For the purpose of the present paper, recognition is a unilateral act of a State confirming the legality of a certain, specific situation and accepting the consequences thereof.Polish intelligence supplied valuable intelligence to the Allies; 48% of all reports received by the British secret services from continental Europe in between and came from Polish sources.
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