American Reaction to Soviet Aircraft in Cuba, 1962 and 1978
Raymond L. Garthoff draws on his own experience in the Cuban missile crisis of 1962 to illuminate the understanding reached between the United States and the Soviet Union on aircraft as offensive weapons. He concludes that the introduction of new Soviet aircraft into Cuba in 1978 was not inconsistent with the 1962 understanding.
The Hidden Hand: Britain, America and Cold War Secret Intelligence, Richard J. Aldrich Reviewed by Raymond L. Garthoff
Operation Rollback: America's Secret War Behind the Iron Curtain, Peter Grose ; Undermining the Kremlin: America's Strategy to Subvert the Soviet Bloc, 1947-1956, Gregory Mitrovich Reviewed by Raymond L. Garthoff
The Spy Novels of John LeCarre: Balancing Ethics and Politics, Myron J. Aronoff Reviewed by Raymond L. Garthoff
Secrecy: The American Experience, Daniel Patrick Moynihan Reviewed by Raymond L. Garthoff
A Review Essay of Robert M. Gates's Memoirs, Raymond L. Garthoffmore by this author
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