Prepared in cooperation with the National Archives, Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, following a November 2, 2011, symposium. Uses a historical collection of newly declassified documents to tell the fascinating, behind-the-scenes story of US intelligence during the Reagan Administration and the key issues in US-Soviet relations that led to the end of the Cold War, including analysis of Mikhail Gorbachev. Contains many rare photographs, a Reagan Cold War time line, and a DVD which contains over 200 declassified documents from both US and Soviet sides.
Audience: Members of the military, government, defense agencies, intelligence agencies, and general public interested in U.S. intelligence during the Reagan administration will enjoy this publication.
Keywords: Primary source research documents, Cold War, Soviet Union, USSR, Russia, foreign and national intelligence, International Relations, American History, President Ronald Reagan, humanities academic discipline
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- 2011: 72 p.; ill. and DVD in pocket.
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