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Volume XII
  

Volume XII

Foreign Relations, 1969-1976
Soviet Union, January 1969-October 1970

Editor: Erin R. Mahan

General Editor: Edward C. Keefer

United States Government Printing Office
Washington
2006

DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION 11375

Office of the Historian
Bureau of Public Affairs

Press Release 

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Preface (PDF 65 KB)

   

Sources (PDF 56 KB)

   

Abbreviations and Terms

(PDF 38 KB)  

Persons (PDF 38 KB)

   

Note on U.S. Covert Actions (PDF 49 KB)

 

To download the entire volume in PDF (2.2MB) click here.

Chapters

Document Numbers

Initial Contacts, Janurary 1969-April, 1969 (PDF 465KB)

1-40

Establishment of the Kissinger-Dobrynin Channel; Dialogue on the Middle East; and the Sino-Soviet Dispute, April 23-December 10, 1969  (PDF 555KB)

41-104

Expansion of the Kissinger-Dobrynin Channel and Further Discussions on the Middle East, December 11, 1969-July 28, 1970  (PDF 831KB)

105-190

Soviet Military Buildup in Cuba and Crisis in Jordan, August 4-October 9, 1970  (PDF 335KB)

191-229

Index (PDF 78KB)

 

 


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