'Getting the Worst of Both Worlds': John F. Kennedy and Decolonization
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Publisher:Ohio State University. Mershon Center for International Security Studies
Robert Rakove has a M.A. in European History from Stanford University and will receive his Ph.D. in U.S. History from the University of Virginia in December 2008. His project, "Befriending the Nonaligned: Kennedy, Johnson, and the Neutralist Powers," examines the efforts of the Kennedy and Johnson administrations to create lasting, constructive relations with leading states of the non-aligned world. Rakove defines non-aligned countries as those who declared neutrality during the Cold War, including India, Indonesia, Egypt, Ghana, Guinea, Mali, Tanzania, and Yugoslavia.
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