Rollback, Liberation, Containment, or Inaction? U.S. Policy and Eastern Europe in the 1950s

@article{Borhi1999RollbackLC,
  title={Rollback, Liberation, Containment, or Inaction? U.S. Policy and Eastern Europe in the 1950s},
  author={Lszl Borhi},
  journal={Journal of Cold War Studies},
  year={1999},
  volume={1},
  pages={67-110}
}
  • Lszl Borhi
  • Published 1999
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Cold War Studies
  • This article discusses the Eisenhower administration's policy toward Eastern Europe in the years leading up to the 1956 Hungarian revolution. The article first considers the broader context of U.S. Cold War strategy in Eastern Europe, including policies of economic warfare and psychological warfare, as well as covert operations and military supplies. It then examines U.S. policy toward Hungary, particularly during the events of October-November 1956, when the Eisenhower administration had to… CONTINUE READING
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