Ally Versus Ally: America, Europe, and the Siberian Pipeline Crisis (Hardback)
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Ally Versus Ally: America, Europe, and the Siberian Pipeline Crisis (Hardback)

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Hardback 200 Pages / Published: 04/06/1987
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Examines U.S. relations with the member nations of NATO, explains U.S. opposition to the Siberian pipeline project, and assesses European willingness to ignore U.S. objections.

Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780275924102
Number of pages: 200
Weight: 465 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 12 mm


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"Ally Versus Ally is a richly researched and revealing account of how disagreement can turn into acrimony and then into crisis. Anthony Blinken explains that the U.S. embargo of high technology agianst the Soviet bloc actually worked against American interests by hindering American competition, costing thousands of American jobs, and losing billions of dollars in trade, without really improving America's national security. The U.S. embargo turned out to be more of a sanction against ourselves and our European allies than the Soviet Union. Ally Versus Ally is a powerful indictment of using trade as a foreign policy weapon. Americans can learn from their government's past mistakes. And this book has much to teach."-Donald M. Kendall, Chairman, Pepsico
?Ally Versus Ally is a richly researched and revealing account of how disagreement can turn into acrimony and then into crisis. Anthony Blinken explains that the U.S. embargo of high technology agianst the Soviet bloc actually worked against American interests by hindering American competition, costing thousands of American jobs, and losing billions of dollars in trade, without really improving America's national security. The U.S. embargo turned out to be more of a sanction against ourselves and our European allies than the Soviet Union. Ally Versus Ally is a powerful indictment of using trade as a foreign policy weapon. Americans can learn from their government's past mistakes. And this book has much to teach.?-Donald M. Kendall, Chairman, Pepsico

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