Reagan and Gorbachev: how the Cold War ended.
Transcription of Annotations
Extensive notes on front and back end papers concerning the author's professional history as an ambassador, experiences working with Ronald Reagan, Gorbachev and his reception in Washington, nuclear arms and human rights issues, Afghanistan, the fall of the Soviet Union, the Geneva Summit, a list containing the names of a Soviet military leader, nuclear physicist and dissident, and a human rights activist, and a list containing the names of the Secretary of State, Deputy Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, National Security Advisors, the Director of the CIA serving during the Reagan administration. In laid notes include a chronological list of events preceding the collapse of the Soviet Union. Annotations by Brian Lamb in the margins and underlining of pertinent phrases throughout the book.Brian Lamb asks: “Who did you interview for this book?” “What about Yeltzin?” “How often did you do mock sessions to plan for Gorby's meetings?” “Did he use cards?” “Gorby's temper, how hot did it get?” “Why are the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War two different things?” “Did you ever think there was a chance to reduce nuclear weapons?” “What was the four pact agenda?” “Was there a Soviet plan for world domination?” “Should the size of the Soviet military have been kept a secret?”