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Reference FCO 82/55
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Trend towards neo-isolationism in USA (Folder 2) (1971)
Description Senator Mike Mansfield's views on international affairs and US foreign policy. His speech in Baltimore on 'The United States and the Soviet Union: Power in Transition', 18 November 1971, and his rebuttal of accusations of 'isolationism'. Note from D G Barr, British Consulate-General in Honolulu, on US isolationism, commenting on meetings with Heads of US Armed Services in Pearl Harbor. Lord Cromer's first impressions despatch entitled "No Longer God's Own Country" with various comments upon it. Cromer talks of a 'crisis of confidence' in the US. US and protectionism. US/UK relations. EEC. US relations with Europe.
Date 1971
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America
Countries United States, United Kingdom, Soviet Union
Places Asia; Cambodia; China; Eastern Europe; Europe; France; Germany; Israel; Japan; Laos; Poland; South East Asia; Soviet Union; Thailand; United Kingdom; United States of America; Vietnam
People Barr, D G; Brandt, Willy; Cromer, 3rd Earl of; Douglas-Home, Sir Alec
Topics Agriculture; Aid; Armed services; Arms; Balance of Payments; British Embassy; Civil rights; Congress; Defence; Disarmament; Draft; Economy; European integration; Exports; foreign policy; General Motors; Inflation; Isolationism; Japanese; Ministry of Defence; Nixon Doctrine; North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); Nuclear Weapons; Payments; Pentagon; Pentagon Papers; Protectionism; Protectionist; Recession; Trade; Trade policy; Treasury; troops; Unemployment; Vietnam War; Warsaw Pact; White House; withdrawal
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