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One hell of a gamble : Khrushchev, Castro, and Kennedy, 1958-1964
No other book offers this inside look at the strategies of the Soviet leadership. John F. Kennedy did not live to write his memoirs; Fidel Castro will not reveal what he knows; and the records of the
Khrushchev's Cold War: The Inside Story of an American Adversary
This acclaimed study from the authors of "One Hell of a Gamble" brings to life head-to-head confrontations between the Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev and Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy. Drawing
Blind Spot: The Secret History of American Counterterrorism
This damning history of America's counterterrorism efforts since World War II - including missed opportunities and lessons unlearned that led to 9/11 - reveals why liberal democracies are ineffective
U.S. Intelligence and the Nazis
Part I. Espionage and Genocide: 1. OSS knowledge of the holocaust Richard Breitman with Norman J. W. Goda 2. Other responses to the holocaust Richard Breitman 3. Case studies of genocide Richard
One hell of a gamble : Khrushchev, Castro, and Kennedy, and the Cuban missile crisis 1958-1964
When did Castro embrace the Soviet Union? What proposals were put before the Kremlin through Kennedy's back-channel diplomacy? Just how close was nuclear war? Based on research into American
History Declassified: The Perils and Promise of CIA Documents
After a grueling confirmation hearing in late 1991, Robert Gates, the director of central intelligence, convened a CIA Task Force on Openness. It recommended that the agency begin to declassify
US counterterrorism before bin Laden
THE FINAL REPORT OF THE NATIONAL COMMISSION on terrorist attacks upon the United States (the 9/11 commission) focused on the history of US counterterrorism policy in the Clinton and George W. Bush