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"The Myth and Reality of Arab Terrorism," March 5


"The Short Story," 2002 Spring


"The New Bush Approach and What to Make of It," April


"An Open Letter to the President," April 3


"Terrorism and the Arab-Islamic World," May


"This Clouded World Has a Silver Lining," July


"Rowing in Other Times, Other Rivers," August 5


"The Middle East: Grand Strategy's Major Challenge," October

Box: 164



"Milton's Paradise Lostas Grand Strategy," January 7


"History of the World in Six Buildings," February 3


"Who Lost Europe?" February 15


"Teach-In," Yale University, March 26


"A War to Save the World Order," March 30


"Should New International Entities Be Created?" April


"Kissinger as Memoirist," draft, May


Lakeside talk, draft for George Shultz, July


"The Lessons of History," Canadian Journal of International Affairs, July


"A World of Opportunity and a World of Danger" speech for George Shultz, July 10


"Journey With Maps: U.S. Task in Liberia," July 31




"Religion: Why It Is Good for America When It Causes Conflict Elsewhere"


"What Is Going On? And Where Do We Go From Here?"


"Which Is Greatest: Philosophy, History, Political Theory, or Literature?" January 29


"American Empire in Literature, Architecture, and Diplomacy," course description, March


"The Role of Religion in the Modern World," March


"Dostoevsky's Demons," April


"Panel: The Bush Administration Preemption Doctrine and the Future of World Order," American Society of International Law, April 3


"Searching for Grand Strategy," May


"Veterans Awareness Day," May 28


"Hiawatha," June


"Horace, Machiavelli, and Shakespeare: Roman Virtues in Anthony and Cleopatra," June


"What Qualities Enabled the Romans to Become Masters of the Mediterranean World as Demonstrated in the First Pages of Caesar's Gallic War," June


"Shanghai," themes and readings, June 8


"The Diplomatic Education of Henry Adams," July


"Gulliver on Governance," July


"Changing Power Centers: The Evolutions of American Alliances and Friendships," interview for Eisenhower Security Conference, July 12

Box: 165

"Epics of Grand Strategy," August




Preface, Introduction, I. The Human Condition


II. On the Importance of Untenable Theories


III. Elements of Statecraft


IV. Getting and Keeping


V. Translatio Imperii


VI. "In the Beginning All the World Was America"


VII. Statecraft


VIII. Language Lessons


IX. A Sense of Intelligence


X. Why Are There Wars?


XI. Strategies on the Grand Scale


XII. The Pope and the Polis

Box: 166

"Keflavik, Ramstein, Clark, Aviano...," August 24


"Metahistory," course description, September 20


"Saddam's Grand Strategy," October


Talking points on North Korea, Iran, Russia, The Power Shift in the East, The Task of Building a Better World Order, Europe, Israel and the Palestinians, Turkey, November


"How to Save the U.N. (If We Really Have to)," December 7


"Revolution," outline and reading list, December 10




Cultural Literacy Test


"Aide-Memoir," January


"Edmund Burke," January


"Pope and the Polis," draft, April


"Thirtieth Anniversary of the Fall of Saigon," April


"Marx," April 1


"Sigma Phi Epsilon," April 9


Reader's report on Knowing the Enemy: Jihadist Ideology and the War on Terrorby Mary Habeck, May


"The Rogues Are Losing," October


The Arab Islamic World and the War on Terror, October 6


"The New Testament," November 7


"Writing's Place in Statecraft," November 16


"International Ideas and Institutions," course description and book list, November 29




Reader's report on The Future of the Bush Doctrine, proposal by Stanley A. Renshon


Comments on book proposal, Why Biography Matters – Johnson and Boswell: Their Importance Today, Claude Rawson, editor, February


"Architecture of Power," Spring


Review, "MacArthur in the Mideast?" Yale Alumni Magazine, March/April


"Splendid Encounters," March


Review, "Complicity with Evil: The United Nations in the Age of Modern Genocide" by Adam LeBor, March 27


On Caspar Weinberger, March 29


"The U.S. Role in the World," outline, April


Remarks on John Gaddis, Courtyard Dedication, Davenport College, Yale University, April 6


"Literature of Statecraft," course outline, June 23

Box: 167-169

Increments received 2008-2010


Declassified government records 1962-1986

Scope and Contents note

Formerly security-classified records of the British and U.S. governments, released in full or in part. Includes some records determined by the government to be unclassified. Arranged chronologically by date of release by Hoover, thereunder by country of origin, thereunder by date of creation

2010 October release of U.S. government records 1966

Scope and Contents note

Primarily reports on developments in China by an unknown creator; the first page of most reports is absent. Available as PDF files.
Box/Folder: 170 : 1-15

2010 December release of British government records 1966-1968

Scope and Contents note

Primarily photocopies, with some originals, of communications from the Office of the British Chargé d'Affaires, Peking (Beijing).
Box/Folder: 170 : 16-17

2010 December release of U.S. government records 1962 1986

Scope and Contents note

Primarily concerns NATO and the United Nations (1962) and negotiations with Australia (1986).
Box/Folder: 171 : 1-5

2011 January release of British government records 1967-1968

Scope and Contents note

Original and photocopies of communications from the Office of the British Chargé d'Affaires, Peking (Beijing).

2017 release of U.S. government records 1967-1987

Box 172-173

Increment received in 2013

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