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History of U.S. Foreign Relations Since 1914

by: Nina Walsh

History of U.S. Foreign Relations Since 1914 HIUS 3456

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Nina Walsh
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Marc Selverstone

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nina Walsh on Monday September 21, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HIUS 3456 at University of Virginia taught by Marc Selverstone in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 31 views. For similar materials see /class/209796/hius-3456-university-of-virginia in History at University of Virginia.


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Date Created: 09/21/15
I ID SIG US Diplomatic History Since 1914 HIUS 35 Spring 2006 Final Exam Review Sheet The following list includes most of the major events ideas people and programs that we have either discussed in class or read about in the texts You should have at least a passing familiarity with each of these items For this section of the exam I ll ask you either to identify the item in question and comment on its signi cance to the practice American foreign relations People Richard M Nixon Henry Kissinger Ngo Dinh Diem Nguyen Van Thieu Willy Brandt Paul Nitze Gerald R Ford Jimmy Carter Cyrus Vance Zbigniew Brzezinski Patricia Derian Anwar elSadat Menachem Begin Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini Jeanne Kirkpatrick Ronald Reagan A1 Haig Caspar Weinberger Richard Perle George Shultz Mikhail Gorbachev Eduard Shevardnadze George H W Bush James Baker Bill Clinton Warren Christopher Les Aspin Colin Powell Richard Holbrooke Mohammed Farah Aidid Slobodan Milosevic Raul Cedras Madeline Albright George W Bush Richard Armitage Donald Rumsfeld Paul Wolfowitz Condoleeza Rice Dick Cheney EventsTreatiesProgramsIdeas Rwandan Genocide Dayton Peace Accords Nixon Doctrine Invasion of Cambodia Paris Peace Talks Paris Peace Accords Triangulation Detente Committee on the Present Danger SALT I SALT II Helsinki Process J acksonVanik Amendment Panama Canal Treaty Camp David Accords 1978 Recognition of PRC Taiwan Relations Act Iranian Revolution Desert One Pershing II Missile Soviet invasion of Afghanistan Carter Doctrine zero option START Talks Evil Empire Strategic Defense Initiative KAL 007 Able Archer Invasion of Grenada Ivan and Anya speech Reykjavik INF Agreement The Boland Amendments Reagan Doctrine Sandinistas Revolutions of 1989 J ean B ertrand Aristide Raul Cedras 2 4 German Reuni cation The Gulf War Collapse of the Soviet Union START I Somalia and Operation Operation Restore Hope The Balkan Wars Haiti and the Harlan County Kosovo Clinton Doctrine


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