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Index

References are to document numbers

    • Aaron, David, 136
    • Acheen, Ricaurte Antonio, 10
    • Ahumada, Adolpho, 108
    • Albert, Carl, 22, 35
    • Anderson, Robert B.:
      • Jorden on, 3
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 72, 86, 87, 93
      • Resignation of, 12
      • Status report (Mar. 1973), 5
      • U.N. Security Council discussions of Panama, 5
    • Arthur D. Little, Inc. study proposals, 66
    • Atherton, Alfred L. “Roy,” 72, 80, 86, 87, 93, 120
    • Ayala, Darien, 118
    • Bagley, Adm. Worth H., 67
    • Barbian, Paul, 86, 87
    • Barclay, Richard, 66
    • Barkley, Richard C., 67, 111, 130, 137
    • Barnum, James, 73
    • Barringer, Philip E., 41
    • Beall, Glen, 60
    • Becker, John P., 134, 137, 142
    • Bell, Brian, 43
    • Bell, Morey:
      • Bunker appointment, 16
      • Canal Zone bombings (Oct. 1976), 142
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 22, 23, 34, 43, 58, 76, 83
      • Defense Department complaints about, 96
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 25, 67, 84
      • Kissinger-Tack principles, 27, 30
      • Panama Negotiations Staff Support Group, 43
      • Panamanian negotiating strategy, 124, 146
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 55
        • Briefing by (May 1974), 43
        • Bunker briefing (July 1974), 49
        • Bunker memoranda, 115
        • Bunker-Sayre discussions, 20
        • Delay proposals, 78
        • Ford-Bunker discussions, 35
        • Issues paper, 63
        • Panama Negotiations Staff Support Group memoranda, 44
        • Senior Review Group discussions, 73
        • State-Defense discussions, 91
      • U.S.-Panamanian communications:
        • Briefing by (May 1974), 43
        • Bunker-Gonzalez Revilla meetings, 127
        • Bunker status reports, 47, 57, 114
        • Bunker visit (Nov.--Dec. 1973), 26
        • Canal Zone employee letter, 31
        • Dolvin status report (May 1976), 123
        • Ford-Tack meetings, 37
        • Gonzalez Revilla paper (Mar. 1974), 36
        • Jorden-Torrijos meetings, 107
        • Kissinger-Boyd meetings, 144
        • Kissinger Panama visit (Feb. 1974), 32
        • Kissinger-Tack meetings, 21, 40
        • Lopez Guevara meetings, 143
        • Status report (Nov. 1975), 103
        • U.S. destabilization plan accusations, 132
      • U.S. unilateral action proposals, 78, 102
    • Bennet, Douglas J., Jr., 115
    • Bennett, William Tapley, Jr., 6, 15
    • Berger, Marilyn, 86
    • Bergold, Harry E., Jr., 25
    • Betancourt, Romulo Escobar, 3
    • Binder, David, 110, 120
    • Blacken, John D., 36, 104, 105, 107, 117, 118
    • Bloomfield, Richard, 43
    • Boeker, Paul H., 86
    • Bowdler, William G., 30, 31, 43, 51, 52, 58, 63
    • Boyd Guardia, Aquilino:
      • Blacken meetings, 104
      • Bunker appointment, 15
      • Bunker-McAuliffe discussions of, 130
      • CIA memoranda on, 124
      • Dolvin status reports, 123
      • Jorden meetings, 117
      • Kissinger communications, 130
      • Kissinger meetings, 126, 127, 134, 144
      • Kissinger-Tack meetings, 21
      • Linowitz meetings, 136
      • Panamanian negotiating strategy, 129, 145
      • U.N. Security Council discussions of Panama, 5
      • U.S. destabilization plan accusations, 132
    • Bray, Leslie, 143
    • Brock, William E., III, 116
    • Brown, Gen. George S.:
    • Buffum, William B., 72, 80, 87, 93
    • Bunker, Ellsworth:
      • Arthur D. Little, Inc. study proposals, 66
      • Canal Zone bombings (Oct. 1976), 142
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 58
        • Bell memoranda, 76
        • Clements-Byrd/Thurmond meetings, 98
        • Congressional leadership meetings, 22, 23, 102
        • Ford discussions, 35
        • Jorden-Congressional leadership meetings, 60
        • McAuliffe meetings, 130
        • Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee testimony, 120
        • Status reports on, 66
        • Thurmond meetings, 45
        • Wyrough memoranda, 141
      • Cuban-Panamanian relations, 110
      • Defense Department complaints about Bell, 96
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 59, 84
        • Briefing (July 1974), 49
        • Clements memoranda, 82
        • Neutrality/defense proposal (June 1976), 128, 130
        • Schlesinger discussions, 25
        • State-Defense discussions, 50, 67, 109
        • Status reports on, 47, 66
      • Documents not declassified, 111
      • Kissinger-Tack principles, 27, 29, 31
      • Negotiator appointment, 15, 16
      • Nixon resignation, 51
      • Panamanian negotiating strategy, 124, 146
      • Panamanian public unrest, 81
      • Status of Forces Agreement, 57
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 29, 128
        • Briefing (July 1974), 49
        • Ford discussions, 35
        • Issues paper, 63
        • JCS discussions, 115
        • Kissinger correspondence, 59
        • Kissinger memoranda, 28
        • Koren memoranda, 62
        • National Security Council discussions, 77, 90
        • Presidential instructions, 18, 59, 65, 66, 71
        • William D. Rogers memoranda, 102
        • Sayre discussions, 20
        • Senior Review Group discussions, 72, 73
        • State-Defense discussions, 91
      • U.S.-Panamanian communications:
        • Bell-Lopez Guevara meetings, 143
        • Canal Zone employee letter, 31
        • Dolvin status report (May 1976), 123
        • Ford-Tack meetings, 37
        • Gonzalez Revilla meetings, 127
        • Gonzalez Revilla paper (Mar. 1974), 36
        • Jorden-Torrijos meetings, 54, 107
        • Kissinger-Boyd meetings, 144
        • Kissinger-Tack meetings, 21, 40
        • Panama visit (Nov.-Dec. 1973), 26
        • Status report (Jan. 1974), 29
        • Status report (June 1974), 47
        • Status report (Nov. 1974), 57
        • Status report (Feb. 1975), 66
        • Status report (Sept. 1975), 99
        • Status report (Feb. 1976), 114
        • Status report (Dec. 1976), 145
        • Tack communications, 40, 107
      • U.S. unilateral action proposals, 22, 28, 29, 75, 114
    • Bush, George H.W., 5, 140
    • Byrd, Harry, 85, 98
    • Callaway, Howard H. (Bo):
      • Bunker status reports, 66
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 86
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 19, 82
      • Panama Canal Company vice presidential appointment, 54
      • Panamanian public unrest, 81
      • Torrijos meetings, 24
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 19, 49, 68, 73
    • Canal expansion proposals:
      • Anderson status reports, 5
      • Bunker memoranda, 59
      • Dolvin status reports, 108
      • Kissinger memoranda, 65
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 72
      • Terminal Lake-Third Lock Plan, 38, 39, 41
    • Canal Zone bombings (Oct. 1976), 139, 140, 142, 144
    • Canal Zone customs/immigration closure (May 1974), 42
    • Carter, Jimmy (see also Carter administration transition):
    • Carter administration transition, 136, 141, 144
    • Castro, Fidel, 110
    • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA):
      • Canal Zone bombings (Oct. 1976), 140
      • Documents not declassified, 133
      • Kissinger Panama visit (Feb. 1974), 32
      • Panamanian negotiating strategy, 74, 101, 124, 146
      • Panamanian political situation, 14
    • Cheney, Dick, 112
    • Chester, Gerri, 137, 142
    • Cleland, Maj. Gen. J.P., 49
    • Clements, William P., Jr.:
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 41, 98
      • Defense Department complaints about Bell, 96
      • Defense Department neutrality/defense proposal (June 1976), 128
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 66, 68, 82, 84
      • Dolvin status reports, 108, 123, 138
      • Panama trip (1975), 93, 97, 99, 102, 127
      • U.S. negotiating strategy:
        • Delay proposals, 79, 80
        • National Security Council discussions, 77, 90
        • Presidential instructions, 94
        • Senior Review Group discussions, 72, 73
        • State-Defense discussions, 91, 109
    • Colby, William E., 26, 73, 77, 90
    • Colladay, Martin G., 33
    • Collins, Brig. Gen. R.B., 49
    • Collums, Haley D., 134
    • Colombia (see also Latin American support for canal treaty), 70, 74, 78, 100
    • Congress, U.S. See Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations.
    • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations:
      • Bell briefing (May 1974), 43
      • Bell memoranda, 58, 76
      • Bunker-Congressional leadership meetings, 22, 23, 102
      • Bunker-McAuliffe meetings, 130
      • Bunker Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee testimony, 120
      • Bunker status reports, 66
      • Bunker-Thurmond meetings, 45
      • Callaway-Torrijos meetings, 24
      • CIA information cables, 74
      • Clements-Byrd/Thurmond meetings, 98
      • Congressional aides meeting, 83
      • Defense Department-Congressional leadership meetings, 41
      • Defense Department role, 41, 58, 59
      • Ford-Bunker discussions, 35
      • Ford-Javits discussions, 119
      • Ford-Jorden discussions, 34
      • Ford-Tack discussions, 37
      • Ford-Thurmond correspondence, 53
      • House Resolution 75, 76
      • Humphrey/McGee memoranda, 88
      • Issues paper, 63
      • Itoh-Goldwater discussions, 106
      • Jorden-Congressional leadership meetings, 60
      • Kissinger-Congressional leadership meetings, 116
      • Kissinger-Goldwater correspondence, 106
      • Kissinger memoranda, 28, 38, 65
      • Kissinger Panama visit (Feb. 1974), 32
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 80, 86
      • Low memoranda, 122
      • National Security Council discussions, 77
      • Nixon-Thurmond correspondence, 38, 39
      • Sayre-Congressional leadership meetings, 11
      • Scowcroft memoranda, 112
      • Senate-House Conference vote (Oct. 1975), 102
      • Senior Review Group discussions, 73
      • Snyder amendment, 85, 86, 87, 88, 102, 122
      • State-Defense discussions, 50
      • Thurmond Resolution (Senate Resolution 301), 37, 38, 41, 43, 45, 49, 77, 112
      • U.S.-Colombian discussions, 74
      • Wyrough memoranda, 141
    • Conley, J. Patrick, 64
    • Corbett, Col. Charles D., 41, 43, 49
    • Corrigan, Robert F., 41, 43, 47, 49, 50
    • Costa Rica, 70
    • Cowles, Lt. Gen. D.H., 49
    • Cranston, Alan, 116
    • Cuba. See Cuban-Panamanian relations; Latin American support for canal treaty.
    • Cuban-Panamanian relations, 110
      • Diplomatic relations resumption, 52, 53
      • Villa case, 3, 4
    • Dawkins, Lt. Col. Peter M., 41
    • Defense, U.S. Department of (DOD). See Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations.
    • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations:
      • Bunker briefing (July 1974), 49
      • Bunker memoranda, 59, 84
      • Bunker status reports, 47, 66
      • Clements-Brown Panama trip, 93, 97, 99, 102, 127
      • Clements memoranda, 68, 79, 82
      • Complaints about Bell, 96
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations and, 41, 58, 59
      • Congressional leadership meetings, 41
      • Humphrey/McGee memoranda, 88
      • Ingersoll memoranda, 92
      • Issues paper, 63
      • Low memoranda, 122
      • Neutrality/defense proposal (June 1976), 128, 130
      • Panama Negotiations Staff Support Group, 43, 44, 61
      • William D. Rogers memoranda, 102
      • State-Defense discussions, 25, 50, 67, 91, 109
      • Undersecretaries Committee discussions, 19
      • U.S. unilateral action proposals, 78, 79
    • Denney, George C., 14
    • Diaz Herrera, Lt. Col. Roberto, 118
    • Documents not declassified, 111, 133
    • Dolvin, Lt. Gen. Welborn G.:
      • Appointment of, 102
      • Bell-Lopez Guevara meetings, 143
      • Bunker status reports, 114
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 130
      • Defense Department neutrality/defense proposal (June 1976), 128
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 109
      • Jorden-Torrijos meetings, 107
      • Panamanian negotiating strategy, 124, 146
      • Status report (Dec. 1975), 108
      • Status report (Oct. 1976), 138
      • Torrijos meetings, 122, 123
    • Domenici, Pete, 116
    • Donovan, Col. James, 121
    • Downs, Hector L., 132
    • Drummond, William, 139, 140
    • Dubs, Adolph, 135
    • Duemling, Robert, 91
    • Eisenhower, Dwight D., 8
    • Eizenstat, Stuart L., 121
    • Elder, Lt. Gen. J.H., Jr., 49
    • Elections. See U.S. presidential elections (1976).
    • Ellsworth, Robert, 47, 49, 50, 66, 82
    • Enders, Thomas O., 80, 87, 93
    • Escobar Bethancourt, Romulo, 3, 123, 137, 139
    • Fabrega, Edwin, 54, 64, 108, 123, 129
    • Fannin, Paul J., 60
    • Fascell, Dante B., 11, 22, 32
    • Feldman, Harvey J., 58, 63, 84, 115
    • Ferrufino, Maj. Guillermo, 118
    • Flood, Dan, 22, 35, 37, 41
    • Ford, Gerald R.:
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 34, 35, 37, 119
      • Dallas speech (Apr. 10, 1976), 120
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 82, 88
      • Foreign Military Sales Act waiver (Oct. 1974), 56
      • Fort Wayne speech (May 4, 1976), 126
      • Latin American support for canal treaty, 70
      • Nixon resignation, 51
      • Panamanian negotiating strategy, 100
      • Tack meetings, 37
      • Thurmond correspondence, 53
      • U.S. negotiating strategy:
        • Bunker briefing (July 1974), 49
        • Bunker discussions, 35
        • Issues paper, 63
        • Kissinger discussions, 76
        • National Security Council discussions, 77, 90
        • Presidential instructions, 43, 63, 65, 94, 95
    • Foreign Military Sales Act waiver (Oct. 1974), 56
    • Forsythe, Edwin, 32
    • Friedersdorf, Max, 119
    • Fulbright, J. William, 50
    • Funseth, Robert L., 80, 120, 135
    • Gammon, Samuel R., III, 63
    • Garcia Garcia, Rogelio Antolin, 132
    • Garcia Mora, Hernan, 125
    • Gavin, James, 66
    • Ginsburgh, Maj. Gen. R.N., 49
    • Goldwater, Barry, 86, 106, 112, 116
    • Gompert, David C., 72, 80
    • Gonzalez, Gerardo, 99, 105
    • Gonzalez, Ray, 49, 58, 89
    • Gonzalez, Rodrigo, 127
    • Gonzalez, Rory, 108
    • Gonzalez Revilla, Nicolas:
      • Bell status report (Nov. 1975), 103
      • Bunker meetings, 127
      • Cuban-Panamanian relations, 52
      • Dolvin status reports, 108, 123
      • Ford-Tack meetings, 37
      • Kissinger-Boyd meetings, 134
      • Kissinger-Tack meetings, 21
      • Kissinger-Tack principles, 27
      • Panamanian Treaty Policy Group meetings, 105
      • Paper (Mar. 1974), 36
      • U.S. destabilization plan accusations, 132
    • Gourley, Maj. Gen. N.H., 49
    • Graham, Lt. Gen., 74
    • Granger, Col. Clinton E., 72
    • Grojean, Rear Adm. C.D., 49
    • Guthrie, Donald Keith, 141
    • Illueca, Jorge Enrique, 2, 134
    • Ingersoll, Robert S.:
      • Clements-Brown Panama trip, 102
      • Defense Department complaints about Bell, 96
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 92
      • U.S. negotiating strategy:
        • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 80, 86, 87, 93
        • National Security Council discussions, 77, 90
        • Presidential instructions, 94
        • Senior Review Group discussions, 73
        • State-Defense discussions, 91
    • Intelligence Notes, RAAN--20, “Panama: An Improved Atmosphere for Treaty Discussions?,” 14
    • Itoh, William H., 106
    • Jaen, Omar, 129
    • Javits, Jacob K., 110, 119
    • Jenkins, Kempton, 45, 58, 93, 135
    • Johnston, J. Bennett, 116
    • Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS):
      • Bunker briefing (July 1974), 49
      • Bunker discussions, 115
      • JCSM--272--74, “Panama Canal Negotiations,” 46
      • Panama strategic value study, 25, 33, 46
    • Jones, Gen. David C., 49, 53, 67
    • Jones, John G., 49
    • Jordan, Amos A., 41, 49, 66, 67, 108
    • Jorden, William J.:
      • Canal Zone bombings (Oct. 1976), 142
      • Canal Zone customs/immigration closure (May 1974), 42
      • Carter administration transition, 144
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 34, 60
      • Cuban-Panamanian relations, 3, 4
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 25
      • Nixon resignation, 51
      • U.N. Security Council discussions of Panama, 3, 4, 6, 7
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 3, 49, 55, 115
      • U.S.-Panamanian communications:
    • Katz, Julius L., 72, 120, 135
    • Kissinger, Henry A.:
      • Canal Zone bombings (Oct. 1976), 142
      • Carter meetings, 136
      • Clements-Brown Panama trip, Staff meeting discussions, 93, 97
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 28, 65
        • Bell memoranda, 76
        • Bunker-Thurmond discussions, 45
        • Congressional leadership meetings, 116
        • Goldwater correspondence, 106
        • Nixon-Thurmond correspondence, 38, 39
        • Snyder amendment, 85, 87
        • Staff meeting discussions, 80, 86
      • Cuban-Panamanian relations, 52, 110
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 68, 82, 84, 92, 102
      • Foreign Military Sales Act waiver (Oct. 1974), 56
      • Kissinger-Tack principles, 29, 30, 31, 106
      • Nixon resignation, 51
      • Panamanian negotiating strategy, 74, 100
      • Phoenic Rotary Club speech (Apr. 16, 1976), 126
      • Tack resignation, 117
      • U.N. Security Council discussions of Panama, 3, 4, 7
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 28
      • U.S.-Panamanian communications:
      • U.S. unilateral action proposals, 28, 75, 77, 79, 102
    • Kissinger-Tack principles, 27, 29, 30, 31, 38, 41, 43, 106
    • Koren, Henry L.T.:
      • Canal Zone customs/immigration closure (May 1974), 42
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 41
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 67
      • Panama Negotiations Staff Support Group, 43
      • William P. Rogers-Tack correspondence, 13
      • Status of Forces Agreement, 57
      • U.N. Security Council discussions of Panama, 9
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 43, 48, 49, 55, 61, 62, 72, 73
      • U.S. unilateral action proposals, 75
    • Kozak, Michael G., 44, 49, 114, 137
    • Kubisch, Jack B.:
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 11
      • Cuban-Panamanian relations, 52
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 19
      • Kissinger-Tack principles, 30
      • Nixon resignation, 51
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 19
      • U.S.-Panamanian communications, 10, 13, 21, 26, 32
    • Lakas, Demetrio “Jimmy,” 32, 118, 129, 139
    • Latin American support for canal treaty:
      • CIA Intelligence Notes, 14
      • Joint statement, 70
      • Kissinger-Boyd discussions, 126
      • Kissinger-Congressional leadership discussions, 116
      • Meeting of Foreign Ministers discussions, 40
      • U.N. Security Council discussions of Panama and, 7, 14
      • U.S.-Colombian discussions, 100
    • Lazar, David, 129, 146
    • Leggett, Robert L., 11, 22, 32, 66
    • Leigh, Monroe, 72, 86, 87, 93, 120, 135
    • Lievano, Indalecia, 74, 78
    • Linowitz, Sol M., 136, 144
    • Lippert, Ludwig E., 138
    • Lopez, Felipe, 100
    • Lopez Guevara, Carlos:
      • Bell meetings, 143
      • Blacken-Velasquez discussions on, 118
      • Callaway meetings, 24
      • CIA information cables on, 74
      • Dolvin status reports on, 108
      • Kissinger-Boyd meetings, 126
      • Panamanian negotiating strategy, 129, 145
      • Taylor meetings, 139
    • López Michelsen, Alfonso, 70, 100
    • Lord, Winston, 72, 80, 87, 93, 120, 135
    • Low, Stephen:
      • Clements-Brown Panama trip, 97
      • Clements-Byrd/Thurmond meetings, 98
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 58, 122
      • Defense Department complaints about Bell, 96
      • Kissinger-Boyd meetings, 126
      • Kissinger-Tack meetings, 113
      • Panama Negotiations Staff Support Group, 43
      • Panamanian negotiating strategy, 124
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 69, 122
        • Bell briefing (May 1974), 43
        • Bunker memoranda, 115
        • National Security Council discussions, 77, 90
        • Senior Review Group discussions, 72, 73
        • State-Defense discussions, 91
    • Lozano Aparicio, Alejandro, 125
    • Lucier, James P., 41, 45
    • Luers, William H., 115, 142
    • McAuliffe, Eugene V., 123, 130, 138
    • McCall, Richard, 141
    • McClellan, John L., 85
    • McClelland, James R., 49
    • McClintock, Robert M., 1
    • McCloskey, Robert, 72, 80, 86, 116, 120
    • MacDonald, Lt. Col. Donald, 73
    • McFarlane, Robert C., 142
    • McGee, Gale W., 32, 88
    • McGrath, Archbishop Michael J., 89
    • Mahoney, Michael M., 116
    • Mailliard, William S., 76, 115
    • Mansfield, Michael J., 35, 50
    • Marengo, Louis, 91
    • Marsh, John O., Jr., 34, 35, 37
    • Maw, Carlyle E., 80, 86, 87, 93, 120
    • Maynes, Charles W., 101
    • Metcalfe, Ralph H., 102
    • Mexico (see also Latin American support for canal treaty), 7, 116
    • Meyer, Charles A., 2
    • Mondale, Walter F., 136
    • Moorer, Adm. Thomas H., 33
    • Morgan, Robert B., 116
    • Morgan, Thomas E., 35, 50
    • Morris, Patrick F., 19, 31, 36
    • Mulcahy, Edward W., 86, 93
    • National Security Council (NSC):
    • National Security Decision Memoranda (NSDM):
      • No. 257, “Latin American Initiatives 43, 46
      • No. 302, “Panama Canal Treaty Negotiations 94, 95
    • Naughton, James M., 119
    • Nessen, Ronald, 120
    • Nixon, Richard M.:
      • Anderson resignation, 12
      • Anderson status report (Mar. 1973), 5
      • Resignation of, 51
      • Thurmond correspondence, 38, 39
      • U.N. Security Council discussions of Panama, 5
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 18, 28, 43, 46
    • Noriega, Lt. Col. Manuel, 3, 36, 74, 118, 140
    • Nunn, Sam, 60
    • Odúber, Daniel, 70
    • O’Leary, Jeremiah, 2
    • Organization of American States (OAS), 40, 126, 127
    • Panama Canal Company, 54, 64
    • Panama Canal strategic value study (JCS), 25, 33, 46
    • Panama Negotiations Staff Support Group, 43, 44, 61
    • Panamanian negotiating strategy:
      • CIA information cables, 74
      • CIA liaison office reports, 101
      • CIA memoranda, 124, 146
      • Ray Gonzalez memoranda, 89
      • Hinson-Velasquez meetings, 129
      • Panamanian Treaty Policy Group discussions, 105
      • Parker memoranda, 9
      • Sayre memoranda, 29
      • U.S.-Colombian discussions, 74, 100
    • Panamanian political situation, 8, 14, 104
    • Panamanian public unrest:
    • Parfitt, Harold R., 81, 123
    • Parker, Col. E.L., 49
    • Parker, David S.:
      • Bunker status reports, 29, 47, 57
      • Bunker visit (Nov.-Dec. 1973), 26
      • Canal Zone customs/immigration closure (May 1974), 42
      • Canal Zone employee letter, 31
      • Panama Canal Company negotiations participation, 64
      • Panama Canal Company vice presidential appointment, 54
      • Panamanian negotiating strategy, 9
      • Status of Forces Agreement, 57
      • Torrijos on, 6
      • U.N. Security Council discussions of Panama, 7, 9
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 48, 55, 61
    • Pauly, Lt. Gen. John W., 73
    • Peet, Vice Adm. Raymond E., 18, 33
    • Pérez, Carlos Andrés, 70
    • Pitty, Nander, 21, 126, 134
    • Rabasa, Emilio Óscar, 7
    • Reagan, Ronald, 119, 122
    • Richardson, William B., 58, 63
    • Roa, Raul, 7
    • Robinson, Charles W., 80, 87, 93, 120, 135, 144
    • Rockefeller, Nelson, 77
    • Rogers, William D.:
      • Bunker status reports, 114
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 58, 76, 83, 86, 116
      • Cuban-Panamanian relations, 110
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 84, 102
      • Kissinger-Boyd meetings, 126
      • Kissinger-Tack meetings, 113
      • Panamanian public unrest, 81
      • Tack resignation, 117
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 102
        • Bunker memoranda, 115
        • Delay proposals, Bell memoranda, 78
        • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 72, 80, 86, 87, 93, 120, 135
        • Presidential instructions, Kissinger memoranda, 65
        • Senior Review Group discussions, 73
      • U.S. unilateral action proposals, 78, 102
    • Rogers, William P., 2, 10, 13, 15, 16, 17
    • Rumsfeld, Donald, 77, 90
    • Runnestrand, Paul, 48
    • Rush, Kenneth, 8, 19, 26
    • Saunders, Harold H., 120, 124, 146
    • Sayre, Robert M.:
      • Bunker status reports, 29
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 11
      • Jorden on, 3
      • William P. Rogers-Tack correspondence, 13, 17
      • Scali-Torrijos meetings, 6
      • U.N. Security Council discussions of Panama, 7
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 8, 20
    • Scali, John A., 6
    • Schaufele, William E., Jr., 120, 135
    • Schlaudeman, 131
    • Schlesinger, James R.:
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 25, 68
      • Panama strategic value study, 33, 46
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 18, 49, 77, 90
    • Scott, William L., 35, 50
    • Scowcroft, Brig. Gen. Brent:
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 53, 112, 119
      • Defense Department complaints about Bell, 96
      • Panamanian negotiating strategy, 100
      • U.N. Security Council discussions of Panama, 6
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 112, 129
        • Bunker memoranda, 115
        • Jorden memoranda, 3
        • Low memoranda, 69, 122
        • National Security Council discussions, 77, 90
        • Senior Review Group discussions, 73
    • Scranton, William, 134
    • Seidenman, Neil, 37, 40, 113
    • Senior Review Group, 69, 72, 73
    • Shlaudeman, Harry W., 16, 134, 143, 145
    • Sisco, Joseph J., 51, 80, 86, 87, 93, 110, 120
    • Smith, Jeffrey, 43
    • Snyder, Gene, 85, 86, 87, 88, 102, 119, 120, 122
    • Sonnenfeldt, Helmut, 72, 86, 120
    • SOUTHCOM, 2, 5, 8, 19, 24, 50, 67, 75
    • Special National Intelligence Estimates, SNIE 85-73, “Torrijos, the United States, and the Panama Canal,” 77
    • Springsteen, George S., Jr., 72, 80, 87, 120
    • Stagg, Juan Antonio, 21
    • Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA), 57, 62, 66, 69
    • Stone, Richard, 116
    • Storey, Robert G.M., 20
    • Sucre, Arturo, 32
    • Sullivan, Leonor K., 22, 65, 66, 102, 140
    • Swett, Col. Trevor W., Jr., 41, 43, 49, 50, 57, 66
    • Tack, Juan Antonio:
      • Anderson communications, 5
      • Bunker appointment, 16
      • Bunker communications, 40, 107
      • Bunker status reports, 47, 99, 114
      • Canal Zone customs/immigration closure (May 1974), 42
      • CIA information cables on, 74
      • Dolvin status report (Dec. 1975), 108
      • Ford meetings, 37
      • Gonzalez Revilla paper (Mar. 1974), 36
      • Kissinger meetings, 21, 40, 113
      • Kissinger Panama visit (Feb. 1974), 29, 32
      • Kissinger-Tack principles, 27, 29, 30, 31, 38, 41, 43, 106
      • Meyer memoranda on, 2
      • Nixon resignation, 51
      • Resignation of, 117, 118
      • William P. Rogers correspondence, 10, 13, 16, 17
      • William P. Rogers meetings, 10
      • U.N. Security Council discussions of Panama, 7
    • Taft, Robert, 60
    • Talley, Vice Adm. G.C., Jr., 49
    • Taylor, T. Elkin, 139
    • Terminal Lake-Third Lock Plan, 38, 39, 41
    • Thurmond, Strom:
    • Timmons, William E., 28
    • Torrijos, Gen. Omar (see also Panamanian negotiating strategy):
      • Blacken-Velasquez discussions on, 118
      • Bunker visit (Nov.-Dec. 1973), 26
      • Callaway meetings, 24
      • Canal Zone bombings (Oct. 1976), 139, 140, 142, 144
      • CIA information cables on, 74
      • CIA memoranda on, 124
      • Clements-Brown Panama trip, 102
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 24, 86
      • Cuban-Panamanian relations, 3, 52, 110
      • Dolvin meetings, 122, 123
      • Drug trafficking allegations, 125
      • Gonzalez Revilla paper (Mar. 1974), 36
      • Javits meetings, 119
      • Jorden meetings, 3, 4, 54, 87, 99, 107, 142
      • Kissinger Panama visit (Feb. 1974), 32
      • Liaison office reports on, 101
      • Military threats, 1
      • Political situation, 8, 104
      • Scali meetings, 6
      • U.N. Security Council discussions of Panama, 3, 4, 6, 7
      • U.S. unilateral action proposals, 3, 54, 102
    • Torrijos, Marden, 118
    • Tower, John, 60
    • Train, Vice Adm. Harry D., II, 46, 67
    • U.N. General Assembly discussions of Panama, 17, 130
    • U.N. Security Council discussions of Panama:
      • Anderson memoranda, 5
      • CIA Intelligence Notes, 14
      • Jorden memoranda, 6, 7
      • Jorden-Torrijos discussions, 3, 4
      • Parker memoranda, 9
      • Scali-Torrijos discussions, 6
      • Waldheim statement, 70
    • United Brands dispute, 52, 53, 110
    • U.S. military presence in Panama:
    • U.S. negotiating strategy (see also Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations; Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations):
      • Bell briefing (May 1974), 43
      • Bunker briefing (July 1974), 49
      • Bunker-JCS discussions, 115
      • Bunker memoranda, 29, 115, 128
      • Bunker-Sayre discussions, 20
      • Delay proposals, 77, 78, 79, 80, 87, 90
      • Ford-Bunker discussions, 35
      • Ford-Kissinger discussions, 76
      • Issues paper, 63
      • Jorden memoranda, 3
      • Kissinger memoranda, 28
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 72, 80, 86, 87, 93, 120, 131, 135
      • Koren memoranda, 62
      • Low memoranda, 69, 122
      • Meyer memoranda, 2
      • National Security Council discussions, 77, 90
      • Panama Negotiations Staff Support Group memoranda, 44
      • Parker memoranda, 48
      • Presidential instructions:
        • Bunker action memoranda, 71
        • Bunker memoranda, 59
        • Bunker status reports, 66
        • Ingersoll/Clements memoranda, 94
        • Issues paper, 63
        • Kissinger memoranda, 65, 68
        • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 72
        • National Security Decision Memoranda, 43, 46, 94, 95
        • Peet memoranda, 18
      • William D. Rogers memoranda, 102
      • Sayre memoranda, 8
      • Scowcroft memoranda, 112, 129
      • Senior Review Group discussions, 69, 72, 73
      • State-Defense discussions, 67, 91, 109
      • Undersecretaries Committee discussions, 18, 19
    • U.S.-Panamanian communications:
      • Anderson status report (Mar. 1973), 5
      • Bell briefing (May 1974), 43
      • Bell-Lopez Guevara meetings, 143
      • Bell status report (Nov. 1975), 103
      • Blacken-Boyd meetings, 104
      • Blacken-Velasquez meetings, 118
      • Bunker-Gonzalez Revilla meetings, 127
      • Bunker status report (Jan. 1974), 29
      • Bunker status report (June 1974), 47
      • Bunker status report (Nov. 1974), 57
      • Bunker status report (Feb. 1975), 66
      • Bunker status report (Sept. 1975), 99
      • Bunker status report (Feb. 1976), 114
      • Bunker status report (Dec. 1976), 145
      • Bunker-Tack communications, 40, 107
      • Bunker visit (Nov.-Dec. 1973), 26
      • Callaway-Torrijos meetings, 24
      • Canal Zone employee letter, 31
      • Clements-Brown Panama trip, 93, 97, 99, 102, 127
      • Dolvin status report (Dec. 1975), 108
      • Dolvin status report (May 1976), 123
      • Dolvin status report (Oct. 1976), 138
      • Dolvin-Torrijos meetings, 122, 123
      • Ford-Tack meetings, 37
      • Gonzalez Revilla paper (Mar. 1974), 36
      • Javits-Torrijos meetings, 119
      • Jorden-Boyd meetings, 117
      • Jorden-Torrijos meetings, 3, 4, 54, 87, 99, 107, 142
      • Kissinger-Boyd communications, 130
      • Kissinger-Boyd meetings, 126, 127, 134, 144
      • Kissinger Panama visit (Feb. 1974), 29, 32
      • Kissinger-Tack meetings, 21, 40, 113
      • Kozak-Escobar meetings, 137
      • Linowitz-Boyd meetings, 136
      • Nixon resignation, 51
      • William P. Rogers-Tack correspondence, 10, 13, 16, 17
      • Scali-Torrijos meetings, 6
      • Torrijos military threats, 1
      • U.S. destabilization plan accusations, 132
      • U.S.-Panamanian OAS joint report, 126, 127
    • U.S. presidential elections (1976):
      • Carter campaign, 121, 134, 136
      • Clements memoranda, 79
      • Congressional aides meeting, 83
      • Itoh-Goldwater discussions, 106
      • Kissinger staff meeting discussions, 86
      • National Security Council discussions, 77
      • Reagan campaign, 119, 122
      • Scowcroft memoranda, 112
      • U.S.-Panamanian communications, 104, 127, 134, 136
    • U.S. unilateral action proposals:
      • Bell memoranda, 78
      • Bell-Torrijos discussions, 102
      • Bunker-Congressional leadership discussions, 22
      • Bunker status reports on, 29, 114
      • Clements memoranda, 79
      • Jorden-Torrijos discussions, 3, 54
      • Kissinger memoranda, 28
      • Koren-Bunker memoranda, 75
      • National Security Council discussions, 77
      • William D. Rogers memoranda, 102
      • Undersecretaries Committee discussions, 19
    • Waldheim, Kurt, 70
    • Wallace, George, 99
    • Wallace, Maj. Gen. George M.:
      • Bunker status reports, 66
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 41
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 50
      • Panama Negotiations Staff Support Group, 43
      • Status of Forces Agreement, 57
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 43, 49, 73
    • Walters, Lt. Gen. Vernon A., 91
    • Walton, Col. Ben L., 41, 43, 49, 57
    • Ward, David A., 18
    • Weber, Karl H., 111
    • Welch, Jerry, 64
    • Wells, William W., 140, 146
    • Weyand, Gen. Frederick C., 67
    • Wickham, Maj. Gen. John A., Jr., 49
    • Wyrough, Richard:
      • Bunker-Gonzalez Revilla meetings, 127
      • Bunker status reports, 66, 114, 145
      • Canal Zone bombings (Oct. 1976), 142
      • Congressional attitudes toward canal treaty negotiations, 45, 141
      • Defense Department role in canal treaty negotiations, 50, 67
      • Kozak-Escobar meetings, 137
      • U.S. negotiating strategy, 49