Dean Acheson

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United States statesman who promoted the Marshall Plan and helped establish NATO (1893-1971)

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But the book's account of the half-year process by which Secretary of State Dean Acheson and General Omar Bradley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, led Truman imperceptibly to switch his priority to theirs reads like Iago's turning of Othello.
In one of my favorite books, The Wise Men, Walter Isaacson and Evan Thomas describe the extraordinary skills and talents of the handful of men, including Averell Harriman, Dean Acheson, and George Kennan, who fashioned the modern world order out of the rubble of World War II.
Hence while the White House decided to send the legendary ex-Secretary of State Dean Acheson to brief French President Charles de Gaulle on U.
It's now over half a century since former US Secretary of State, Dean Acheson, famously quipped that Britain had "lost an Empire and not yet found a role".
in the State Department s Dean Acheson Auditorium, and technology providers will exhibit their solutions in the building s Exhibit Hall from 12:00 p.
He argues, "America's winning Cold War narrative is broad and bipartisan, stretching back to the wise, bold decisions of Harry Truman and Dean Acheson in the 1940s.
Riedel quotes Truman's Secretary of State Dean Acheson on Nehru: "one of the most difficult men with whom I have ever had to deal.
IN 1962, the American statesman Dean Acheson, who had been President Harry Truman's secretary of state, famously told a military conference at Fort Worth: "Britain has lost an empire and not yet found a role.
Kennan and Dean Acheson, even though his influence on U.
He told the Ohio county women's Republican Club that Secretary of State Dean Acheson knew the names of 205 people who were "working in and shaping the policy of the State Department".
He argues that the policy of "strategic ambiguity" originated in the Truman administration and therefore assesses the thinking and deliberations between President Truman and his top advisers, including Dean Acheson, John Foster Dulles, Livingston Merchant, and Dean Rusk.
Thank you, Dick, for that kind introduction, and thank you for the invitation to deliver the fifth Dean Acheson Lecture.
Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dean Acheson and write pro Zionist articles in support of the new state of Israel.
After the Suez disaster, our last great imperial adventure, the former US Secretary of State Dean Acheson said: "Britain has lost an empire, but has not yet found a role.
It fell to that other great American diplomat and Kennan's former boss, Dean Acheson, to put Kennan in his place and to stress in a public statement that his views "most categorically" were not representative of Democratic policy.