Two roads to Belgrade: the United States, Great Britain, and the first nonaligned conference

  title={Two roads to Belgrade: the United States, Great Britain, and the first nonaligned conference},
  author={Robert B. Rakove},
  journal={Cold War History},
  pages={337 - 357}
  • R. Rakove
  • Published 26 June 2014
  • History
  • Cold War History
In 1961, at the height of the Berlin crisis, the United States and Great Britain simultaneously struggled to adopt effective policies toward the first meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement in Belgrade. While the John F. Kennedy administration initially adopted a policy of standoffishness toward the conference, the government of Harold Macmillan engaged in a campaign of quietly encouraging moderate attendance. Moderate British expectations led to sound policy, whereas the Kennedy administration's… 

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