Reading for emotion

  title={Reading for emotion},
  author={F. Costigliola},
  • F. Costigliola
  • Published 2016
  • Political Science
  • Dean Acheson appeared angry. The former secretary of state fumed at the “foolishness” unleashed by George F. Kennan's radio broadcasts over the BBC in November–December 1957. Kennan, who in 1946–7 had pushed for containing the Soviet Union, was now urging negotiations leading to a US–Soviet military “disengagement” from Central Europe and the establishment of a neutral, reunified Germany. Acheson was proud of having helped create a prosperous West Germany anchored in US-led NATO. Now Kennan was… CONTINUE READING
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