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Index

References are to document numbers

    • Aaron, David:
      • Carter administration foreign policy overviews, 62
      • Carter-Ford debates, 11
      • Central America, 98
      • Defense policy, 71
      • Latin America, 30
      • Mondale Senate floor statement, 3
      • Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, 132, 148
      • U.S.-Soviet relations, 97, 120
      • Vance resignation, 145
    • Abernethy, Bill, 81
    • Afghanistan (see also Soviet invasion of Afghanistan), 116
    • AFL–CIO, 130
    • Africa. See North-South relations; Southern Africa; Soviet/Cuban policy in Africa.
    • African Studies Association (ASA), 58
    • Agency for International Development (AID), 77
    • Alexandrov-Agentov, A.M., 31
    • Amdur, Neil, 143
    • American Association of Community and Junior Colleges, 118
    • American Bar Association, 69
    • American Convention on Human Rights, 33, 37
    • American Jewish community, 39, 51
    • American Legion, 154
    • American Newspaper Publishers Association, 117
    • Amitay, Morris, 51
    • Andreotti, Giulio, G–7 London Economic Summit (May 1977), 38
    • Angola (see also Soviet/Cuban policy in Africa), 10
    • Arab boycott of Israel, 9
    • Arab-Israeli conflict:
      • Brzezinski-American Jewish community discussions, 39
      • memoranda, 62
      • weekly national security reports, 32, 51, 57, 91, 100, 110
      • Camp David negotiations (1978), 95, 96
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 2, 3, 8, 9
      • Carter-American Jewish community discussions, 51
      • Carter-Congressional leadership discussions, 19, 90
      • Carter-Ford debates, 10
      • Carter Middle East trip (1979), 114
      • Carter Notre Dame commencement speech, 40
      • Carter radio speech (Oct. 19, 1980), 158
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Oct. 4, 1977), 56
      • Carter World Affairs Council speech, 147
      • Four-year goals, 36
      • Huntington memoranda, 122
      • Mondale speech (June 17, 1977), 44
      • Muskie briefing, 145
      • Muskie United Steel Workers of America speech, 153
      • Owen memoranda, 54, 102
      • State Department papers, 162
      • State of the Union address (1978), 64
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
      • U.S.-Soviet discussions, 56
      • Vance-Brzezinski briefing, 108
      • Vance memoranda, 107
      • Vance press interview (June 19, 1977), 45
      • Vance World Affairs Council speech, 63
    • Arms control (see also Arms transfer policy; Comprehensive test ban; Nuclear nonproliferation; Strategic Arms Limitation (SALT) talks):
      • Brown World Affairs Council speech, 53
      • Brzezinski/Gardner/Owen memoranda, 13
      • memoranda, 49
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 2, 4, 6, 8
      • Carter-Brezhnev correspondence, 26
      • Carter-Congressional leadership discussions, 19
      • Carter farewell address (Jan. 14, 1981), 163
      • Carter Naval Academy speech, 87
      • Carter North Atlantic Council speech (May 30, 1978), 83
      • Carter Notre Dame commencement speech, 40
      • Carter Organization of American States speech, 33
      • Carter Southern Legislative Conference speech, 52
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 29
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Oct. 4, 1977), 56
      • Carter Wake Forest University speech, 72
      • Four-year goals, 36
      • Mondale North Atlantic Council speech, 16
      • Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction (MBFR) talks, 6, 16, 31, 47, 73, 110
      • Odom memoranda, 156
      • Owen memoranda, 54.
      • State Department papers, 162
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
      • U.S.-Soviet discussions, 31, 55
      • Vance memoranda, 107
      • Vance World Affairs Council speech, 63
    • Arms transfer policy (see also Arms control):
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 62
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 6, 8, 9
      • Carter-Congressional leadership discussions, 19, 90
      • Carter Notre Dame commencement speech, 40
      • Carter Organization of American States speech, 33
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 29
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Oct. 4, 1977), 56
      • Four-year goals, 36
      • Policy Review Committee discussions, 30
      • Presidential Review Memoranda, 40
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
    • Asia Society, 48
    • Azerada da Silveira, Francisco, 4
    • Bacon, Kenneth H., 90
    • Ball, George, 12, 13, 100, 129
    • Bartholomew, Reginald, 94, 97, 98
    • Basic Human Needs (BHN), 29, 40, 41, 47, 50, 58, 59
    • Bennett, Douglas, 19
    • Berger, Samuel R., 121, 157
    • Bergland, Robert, 59, 136, 148
    • Berlin, 38
    • Bessmertnykh, A.A., 97
    • Binder, David, 9
    • Bittner, Edward, 30
    • Blackwill, Robert D., 132, 134, 148
    • Blumenthal, W. Michael, 38, 59
    • Bourne, Peter, 59
    • Boyd, Aquilino, 19
    • Brandt, Willy, 155
    • Brazil, 4, 32, 124
    • Brement, Marshall, 132, 148, 149
    • Brezhnev, Leonid, 2, 17, 26, 31, 97, 120, 133
    • Brokaw, Tom, 61
    • Brooke, Edward W., III, 19
    • Broomfield, William S., 19
    • Brown, Gen. George S., 30
    • Brown, Harold:
      • Carter administration transition period (1980–81), 161
      • Defense policy, 71, 82, 94
      • Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, 135, 136
      • Strategic Arms Limitation (SALT) talks, 119
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 135
      • U.S. foreign aid, 59
      • U.S.-Soviet relations, 85, 87, 94, 97
      • Vance resignation, 145
      • World Affairs Council speech (July 29, 1977), 53
    • Brzezinski, Zbigniew K. (see also Brzezinski weekly national security reports):
      • Arab-Israeli conflict, 62
        • American Jewish community discussions, 39
        • Camp David negotiations (1978), 95
        • Carter Middle East trip (1979), 114
        • Vance-Brzezinski briefing, 108
        • Weekly national security reports, 32, 51, 57, 91, 100, 110
      • Carter 1976 candidacy, 2, 6, 10, 12, 13
      • Carter administration foreign policy formation, 19, 26, 28
      • Carter administration foreign policy overviews, 62, 78, 84
        • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 90.
        • Huntington memoranda, 122
        • Muskie briefing, 145
        • Owen memoranda, 54, 102
        • Press briefing (Dec. 20, 1977), 60
        • Press briefing (Jan. 28, 1980), 139
        • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
        • Vance memoranda, 107
      • Carter administration transition period (1980–81), 161
      • Carter Notre Dame commencement speech, 40
      • Central America, 98
      • Defense policy, 78
        • Carter Business Council speech, 131
        • Carter Naval Academy speech, 80
        • Carter Wake Forest University speech, 71
        • Weekly national security reports, 32, 73, 93, 106, 126, 152
      • Four-year foreign policy goals, 36
      • G–7 London Economic Summit (May 1977), 26, 32, 35
      • Human rights, 33, 34, 37, 49, 101, 106
      • Latin America, 30, 33, 62, 108
      • Persian Gulf, 140
      • Presidential elections (1980), 152, 159
      • Soviet brigade in Cuba, 126, 127, 129
      • Soviet human rights issues, 21, 26, 32, 51, 91
      • Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, 132, 134, 135, 137, 148, 152
      • Strategic Arms Limitation (SALT) talks, 49, 136
        • Carter-Brezhnev summit (1979) discussions, 120
        • Chicago Council on Foreign Relations speech, 113
        • Vance-Brzezinski briefing, 108
        • Weekly national security reports, 26, 32, 51, 57, 73, 91, 100, 106, 110, 126
      • Trilateral Commission, 2, 5
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 62, 84, 120, 135
      • U.S. foreign aid, 26, 39, 41, 59, 140
      • U.S.-Soviet relations, 49, 62, 78, 84
        • Carter-Brezhnev summit (1979), 120
        • Carter-Gromyko meetings, 55, 97
        • Carter Naval Academy speech, 85, 87
        • Carter-Watson discussions, 149
        • Meet the Press interview (May 28, 1978), 81, 82
        • NSC discussions, 94
        • Odom memoranda, 66, 156
        • Press briefing (Jan. 28, 1980), 139
        • Vance memoranda, 46
        • Weekly national security reports, 51, 57, 68, 73, 91, 93, 106, 110, 126
      • U.S.-Western European relations, 26, 32, 49, 51, 62, 68
      • Vance resignation, 145
    • weekly national security reports, 113
    • Bukovsky, Vladimir, 21, 26.
    • Bundy, McGeorge, 129
    • Business Council, 131
    • Byrd Amendment, 19, 27, 29, 37
    • Caddell, Pat, 57
    • Callaghan, James, 32, 38
    • Cambodian-Vietnamese war, 108, 111
    • Camp David negotiations (1978), 95, 96
    • Canada, 148
    • Carswell, Robert, 148
    • Carter 1976 candidacy:
      • American Chamber of Commerce Tokyo speech (May 28, 1975), 2
      • Atlanta Civic Center speech, 1
      • B’nai B’rith speech (Sept. 8, 1976), 9
      • appointment, 12
      • Brzezinski/Gardner/Owen memoranda, 13
      • memoranda, 6, 10
      • Carter-Ford debates, 10, 11
      • Chicago Council on Foreign Relations speech, 4
      • Democratic National Convention speech (July 15, 1976), 7
      • Eizenstat memoranda, 1
      • Foreign Policy Association speech (June 23, 1976), 6
      • Mondale Senate floor statement, 3
      • National Press Club speech, 1
      • Press statement (July 29, 1976), 8
    • Carter 1980 candidacy. See Presidential elections (1980).
    • Carter, Hodding, III, 91, 144
    • Carter, Jimmy (see also Brzezinski weekly national security reports; Carter 1976 candidacy):
      • Administration transition period (1980-81), 161, 163
      • American Legion speech (Aug. 21, 1980), 154
      • Annual economic policy report to Congress, 65
      • Arab-Israeli conflict:
        • American Chamber of Commerce Tokyo speech (May 28, 1975), 2
        • B’nai B’rith speech (Sept. 8, 1976), 9
        • Camp David negotiations (1978), 95, 96
        • Congressional leadership discussions, 19, 90
        • Ford debates, 10
        • Middle East trip (1979), 114
        • Notre Dame commencement speech, 40
        • Press statement (July 29, 1976), 8
        • Radio speech (Oct. 19, 1980), 158
        • UN General Assembly speech (Oct. 4, 1977), 56
        • Vance memoranda, 107
        • World Affairs Council speech, 147
      • Brezhnev correspondence, 17, 26, 97
      • Carter administration foreign policy formation:
        • Brezhnev correspondence, 17
        • weekly national security reports, 26
        • Cabinet meeting discussion topics, 24
        • Congressional leadership meetings, 19
        • Inaugural address (Jan. 20, 1977), 15
        • State Department employees speech, 23
      • Carter administration foreign policy overviews:
        • Brzezinski memoranda, 62, 78
        • Congressional leadership meetings, 90
        • Donovan memoranda, 141
        • Jordan memoranda, 42
        • Mondale memoranda, 75
        • Muskie briefing, 145
        • Owen memoranda, 54, 102, 128
        • Radio speech (Oct. 19, 1980), 158
        • Vance memoranda, 107
        • World Affairs Council speech (May. 9, 1980), 147
      • Congressional leadership meetings, 19, 90
      • Defense policy
        • American Legion speech (Aug. 21, 1980), 154
        • Business Council speech (Dec. 12, 1979), 131
        • Congressional leadership discussions, 90.
        • Georgia Tech speech, 111
        • Naval Academy speech (June 7, 1978), 80, 87
        • North Atlantic Council speech (May 30, 1978), 83
        • NSC discussions, 94
        • Press statement (Sept. 7, 1979), 125
        • Radio speech (Oct. 19, 1980), 158
        • State of the Union address (1979), 109
        • Wake Forest University speech (Mar. 17, 1978), 71, 72
        • World Affairs Council speech, 147
      • Farewell address (Jan. 14, 1981), 163
      • Four-year foreign policy goals, 36
      • G–7 Bonn Economic Summit (July 1978), 92
      • G–7 London Economic Summit (May 1977), 29, 35, 38, 40
      • Georgia Tech speech (Feb. 20, 1979), 111
      • Human rights
        • B’nai B’rith speech (Sept. 8, 1976), 9
        • Chicago Council on Foreign Relations speech, 4
        • Congressional leadership discussions, 90
        • Farewell address (Jan. 14, 1981), 163
        • Notre Dame commencement speech, 40
        • Organization of American States speech, 33
        • Press interview (Apr. 7, 1979), 116
        • Press statement (July 29, 1976), 8
        • UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 29
        • Vance Law Day speech, 37
        • Western European journalists interview, 35
        • White House speech (Dec. 6, 1978), 101
      • Inaugural address (Jan. 20, 1977), 15
      • Iranian hostage crisis, 130, 133, 136, 144, 147
      • Latin America, 8, 30, 33
      • North Atlantic Council speech (May 10, 1977), 38
      • North Atlantic Council speech (May 30, 1978), 83
      • Notre Dame commencement speech (May 22, 1977), 40
      • Panama Canal treaties, 19, 33, 56, 61, 64, 67
      • Persian Gulf, 140
      • Presidential Commission on World Hunger, 115
      • Presidential elections (1980), 152, 158, 159, 160
      • Southern Legislative Conference speech (July 21, 1977), 52
      • Soviet brigade in Cuba, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129
      • Soviet human rights issues, 9, 18, 20, 21, 26
      • Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 143, 147, 148, 158
      • Spokane town hall meeting (May 5, 1978), 79
      • State Department employees speech (Feb. 24, 1977), 23
      • State of the Union address (1978), 64
      • State of the Union address (1979), 109
      • State of the Union address (1980), 138
      • Strategic Arms Limitation (SALT) talks:
        • American Newspaper Publishers Association speech, 117
        • American Newspaper Publishers Association speech (Apr. 25, 1979), 117
        • Brezhnev correspondence, 17
        • Brezhnev summit (1979) discussions, 120
        • Business Council speech, 131
        • Congressional leadership meetings, 90
        • Foreign Policy Association speech (June 23, 1976), 6
        • Georgia Tech speech, 111
        • Gromyko discussions, 55
        • Naval Academy speech, 87
        • Press statement (July 29, 1976), 8
        • Radio speech (Oct. 19, 1980), 158
        • SALT II conclusion announcement, 119
        • Southern Legislative Conference speech, 52
        • State of the Union address (1979), 109
        • Wake Forest University speech, 72.
        • World Affairs Council speech, 147
      • UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 25, 28, 29
      • UN General Assembly speech (Oct. 4, 1977), 56
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 2, 4, 29, 40, 90, 104, 105
      • U.S. foreign aid, 19, 29, 33, 59, 65, 155
      • U.S.-Soviet relations:
        • American Chamber of Commerce Tokyo speech (May 28, 1975), 2
        • Brzezinski memoranda, 84
        • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 57
        • Carter-Brezhnev summit (1979), 120
        • Chicago Council on Foreign Relations speech, 4
        • Gromyko meetings, 55, 97
        • Naval Academy speech (June 7, 1978), 85, 86, 87
        • NSC discussions, 94
        • Vance memoranda, 46, 82, 107
        • Watson discussions, 149
      • U.S.-Western European relations, 6, 8, 35, 38, 49, 62, 90
      • Vance resignation, 144, 145
    • Carter, Rosalynn, 62, 161
    • Carter administration foreign policy formation (Jan–Mar. 1977)
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 28
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 26
      • Cabinet meeting discussion topics, 24
      • Carter-Brezhnev correspondence, 17
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 19
      • Carter State Department employees speech, 23
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 25, 28, 29
      • Christopher Senate statement, 27
      • Inaugural address (Jan. 20, 1977), 15
      • Mondale North Atlantic Council speech, 16
      • Vance appointment, 12, 14
      • Vance nomination testimony, 14
      • Vance Senate statement, 22
    • Carter administration foreign policy overviews (see also Brzezinski weekly national security reports):
      • Brown World Affairs Council speech (July 29, 1977), 53
      • memoranda, 62, 78, 84
      • press briefing (Dec. 20, 1977), 60
      • press briefing (Jan. 28, 1980), 139
      • Carter annual economic policy report to Congress, 65
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 90
      • Carter Georgia Tech speech (Feb. 20, 1979), 111
      • Carter radio speech (Oct. 19, 1980), 158
      • Carter Spokane town hall meeting (May 5, 1978), 79
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Oct. 4, 1977), 56
      • Carter World Affairs Council speech (May. 9, 1980), 147
      • Christopher memoranda, 124
      • Congressional support, 93, 107, 151
      • Donovan memoranda, 141
      • Four-year goals, 36, 122
      • Huntington memoranda, 122
      • Jordan memoranda, 42
      • Kreisberg memoranda, 121
      • Lake memoranda, 70, 150, 157
      • Maynes article, 74
      • Mondale memoranda, 75
      • Muskie briefing, 145
      • Muskie Foreign Policy Association speech (July 7, 1980), 151
      • Muskie United Steel Workers of America speech (Aug. 7, 1980), 153
      • Owen memoranda, 54, 102, 128
      • Public opinion, 62, 75, 84, 157
      • State Department papers, 162
      • State of the Union address (1978), 64
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
      • Vance American Association of Community and Junior Colleges speech (May 1, 1979), 118.
      • Vance Congressional testimony, 142
      • Vance memoranda, 107
      • Vance World Affairs Council speech (Jan. 13, 1978), 63
    • Carter administration transition period (198081), 161, 162, 163
    • Case, Clifford P., Jr., 14, 19, 77
    • Cavazos, Maj. Gen. Richard E., 30
    • Central America, 33, 98, 107, 151, 158
    • Central American Common Market (CACM), 33
    • Christopher, Warren M.
      • Carter administration foreign policy overviews, 70, 123, 124
      • Carter Notre Dame commencement speech, 40
      • Human rights, 27, 69, 124
      • Latin America, 30
      • Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, 135, 148
      • U.S. foreign aid, 27, 69, 155
      • U.S.-Soviet relations, 120
      • Vance resignation, 145
    • Church, Frank, 19, 123
    • Citizens Advisory Committee on Cuba, 129
    • Clark, Bob, 45
    • Clarke, Bruce C., 148
    • Cleland, Max, 161
    • Clifford, Clark, 100, 129
    • Clift, A. Denis, 21
    • Clymer, Adam, 76
    • Committee of the Whole, 99
    • Common Agricultural Policy, 49
    • Commonwealth Club, 99
    • Comprehensive test ban (CTB)
      • weekly national security reports, 57, 91
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 19
      • Carter Southern Legislative Conference speech, 52
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 29
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Oct. 4, 1977), 56
      • U.S.-Soviet discussions, 55
      • Vance memoranda, 107
    • Conference on International Economic Cooperation (CIEC), 6, 54, 99
    • Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) (see also Helsinki Final Act), 16, 29, 37, 43, 55
    • Congress, Acts of:
      • Foreign Service Act (1980), 123
      • International Development and Food Assistance Act (1978), 115
      • International Security Assistance Act (1978), 118
      • Military Procurement Authorization Act, 19
      • Public Law 95–412, 107
      • Taiwan Relations Act, 108
    • Congress, U.S.:
      • Arab-Israeli conflict, 19, 90, 96
      • Carter administration foreign policy overviews, 42, 65, 90, 142
      • Carter administration support, 93, 107, 151
      • Carter annual economic policy report, 65
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 19
      • Christopher Senate statement, 27
      • Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, 43
      • U.S.-Soviet relations, 89, 90
      • Vance Senate statement, 22
    • Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, 9, 29, 101, 124
    • Cossiga, Francesco, 132
    • Costle, Douglas M., 161
    • Covert action, 14
    • Cowan, Edward, 147
    • Cranston, Alan, 3
    • Cronkite, Walter, 105
    • Cuba (see also Soviet/Cuban policy in Africa):
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 126, 152
      • Carter Organization of American States speech, 33.
      • Carter World Affairs Council speech, 147
      • Soviet brigade issue, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129
    • Cyprus, 10, 47, 62, 107
    • Dale, Edwin L., Jr., 9
    • Defense Appropriation bill (1975), 3
    • Defense policy (see also North Atlantic Treaty Organization):
      • Brown World Affairs Council speech, 53
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 78
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 32, 73, 93, 106, 126, 152
      • Cabinet meeting discussions, 161
      • Carter American Legion speech (Aug. 21, 1980), 154
      • Carter Business Council speech (Dec. 12, 1979), 131
      • Carter-Congressional leadership discussions, 90
      • Carter Georgia Tech speech, 111
      • Carter Naval Academy speech, 80, 87
      • Carter North Atlantic Council speech (May 30, 1978), 83
      • Carter press statement (Sept. 7, 1979), 125
      • Carter radio speech (Oct. 19, 1980), 158
      • Carter Wake Forest University speech, 71, 72
      • Carter World Affairs Council speech, 147
      • Four-year goals, 36
      • Mondale Minnesota speech (Feb. 22, 1979), 112
      • Muskie United Steel Workers of America speech, 153
      • NSC discussions, 94
      • Odom memoranda, 156
      • Owen memoranda, 54
      • State Department papers, 162
      • State of the Union address (1979), 109
      • Vance American Association of Community and Junior Colleges speech, 118
      • Vance Congressional testimony, 142
      • Vance memoranda, 82
    • Deng Xiaoping (Teng Hsiao-p’ing), 108
    • Derian, Pat, 18, 101
    • Détente. See U.S.-Soviet relations.
    • Detinov, N.N., 97
    • Dewar, Helen, 6
    • Dobrynin, Anatoly F., 31, 97
    • Dodson, Christine, 102
    • Donovan, Hedley, 141, 156
    • Drew, Elizabeth, 80
    • Drucker, Peter, 63
    • Dubinsky, Melvin, 39
    • Dubs, Adolph, 111
    • Duncan, Charles W., Jr., 30
    • Dunsmore, Barrie, 45
    • Dyess, William J., 123
    • East-West relations. See U.S.-Soviet relations.
    • Eastern Europe, 4, 9, 10, 62
    • Egypt, U.S. aid to, 19
    • Eidenberg, Eugene, 161
    • Eisele, Albert A., 21
    • Eizenstat, Stuart L., 1, 39
    • Emery, Fred, 35
    • Energy policy (see also Oil issues):
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 49
      • Carter annual economic policy report to Congress, 65
      • Carter-Ford debates, 10
      • Carter World Affairs Council speech, 147
      • Christopher memoranda, 124.
      • Lake memoranda, 70
      • Muskie UN Special Session on Economic Development speech, 155
      • Owen memoranda, 54, 102
      • State Department papers, 162
      • State of the Union address (1980), 138
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
      • Vance American Association of Community and Junior Colleges speech, 118
      • Vance Northwest Regional Conference on the Emerging International Order speech, 115
    • Erb, Guy F., 59
    • Ethiopia. See Soviet/Cuban policy in Africa.
    • European Community (EC) (see also U.S.-Western European relations), 47, 49
    • European Disarmament Conference, 107
    • Export-Import Bank, 69
    • Fairlie, Henry, 128
    • Fallows, James, 71, 80
    • Farnsworth, Clyde H., 10
    • Farrell, William E., 90
    • Fascell, Dante, 19, 90, 123
    • Fisher, Max, 39
    • Food Aid Convention (FAC), 115, 155
    • Ford, Gerald R., 2, 3, 6, 10, 62
    • Foreign Assistance Act (1961), 37
    • Foreign Assistance Act (1973), 22, 115
    • Foreign Policy Association, 151
    • Foreign Service Act (1980), 123
    • Foundation for International Technical Cooperation, 102
    • Frankel, Max, 11
    • Frederick, Pauline, 11
    • Freeman, Roland, 161
    • Fukuda, Takeo, 32, 38, 53
    • G–7 Bonn Economic Summit (July 1978), 92
    • G–7 London Economic Summit (May 1977), 26, 29, 32, 35, 38, 40, 54
    • G–7 Venice Economic Summit (June 1980), 145, 147, 148
    • Gardner, Richard, 6, 12, 13
    • Genocide Convention, 9, 29, 101, 124
    • German Federal Republic (FRG), 51
    • Gilligan, John J., 59
    • Gilpatric, Roswell, 129
    • Ginsburg, Alexander, 20
    • Giscard-d’Estaing, Val,ry, 38, 132
    • Global 2000 Report to the President, 155
    • Goldberg, Arthur J., 82
    • Goshko, John M., 91
    • Granum, Rex, 125, 161
    • Greenfield, Meg, 84
    • Gromyko, Andrei A., 31, 55, 97
    • Group of 77, 58
    • Guadeloupe conference (1979), 106
    • Gwertzman, Bernard, 6, 10, 21, 89, 90, 108, 123, 126, 129, 130
    • Habib, Philip C., 31, 124
    • Halloran, Richard, 88
    • Hamilton, Lee H., 19
    • Harriman, Averell, 129
    • Hart, Gary W., 3
    • Hathaway, Dale, 148
    • Heck, Charles B., 2, 5
    • Hellman, Yehudah, 39
    • Helsinki Conference. See Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe; Helsinki Final Act.
    • Helsinki Final Act:
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 4, 9
      • Carter-Ford debates, 10
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 29.
      • Christopher American Bar Association speech, 69
      • Mondale North Atlantic Council speech, 16
      • Vance Congressional remarks, 43
      • Vance Law Day speech, 37
    • Hertzberg, Arthur, 39, 85
    • Hesburgh, Theodore, 40
    • Higgins, Thomas, 161
    • Hodges, Luther, Jr., 136, 148
    • Hoffberger, Jerold C., 39
    • Holbrooke, Richard, 11, 12, 88
    • Hopkins, Robert, 30
    • Hovey, Graham, 77
    • Human rights (see also Soviet human rights issues; U.S. foreign aid and human rights)
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 49
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 34, 106
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 4, 8, 9
      • Carter-Congressional leadership discussions, 90
      • Carter farewell address (Jan. 14, 1981), 163
      • Carter Notre Dame commencement speech, 40
      • Carter Organization of American States speech, 33
      • Carter press interview (Apr. 7, 1979), 116
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 29
      • Carter-Western European journalists interview, 35
      • Carter White House speech (Dec. 6, 1978), 101
      • Christopher American Bar Association speech, 69
      • Christopher memoranda, 124
      • Christopher Senate statement, 27
      • Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe on, 43
      • Four-year goals, 36
      • Holbrooke Western Governors’ Conference speech, 88
      • Lake memoranda, 70
      • Latin America, 30, 33, 37
      • Maynes article, 74
      • Mondale Senate floor statement, 3
      • Mondale speech (June 17, 1977), 44
      • Muskie United Steel Workers of America speech, 153
      • NSC discussions, 94
      • Presidential Review Memoranda, 26
      • State Department papers, 162
      • State of the Union address (1978), 64
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
      • Vance Law Day speech, 37
      • Vance NAACP speech, 50
      • Vance nomination testimony, 14
      • Vance World Affairs Council speech, 63
      • Young statement, 103
    • Humphrey, Hubert H., 77, 101, 112
    • Hunter, Robert, 11
    • Huntington, Samuel P., 36, 66, 71, 122, 156
    • Hutchenson, 21, 80
    • Hyland, William G., 31, 120
    • Independent Commission on International Development Issues, 155
    • Inderfurth, Rick, 57, 80, 98, 159
    • India. See U.S.-Indian relations.
    • Inter-American Development Bank, 30, 33
    • International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), 9
    • International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights (ICCPR), 9
    • International Covenant on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, 9, 29
    • International Development and Food Assistance Act (1978), 115
    • International Development Cooperation Agency (IDCA), 77, 162
    • International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), 6, 155
    • International Grains Agreement (IGA), 115.
    • International Monetary Fund (IMF), 29, 54, 155, 162
    • International Nuclear Fuel Cycle Evaluation Program, 56
    • International Security Assistance Act (1978), 118
    • International Security Assistance and Arms Export Control Act (1976), 37
    • International Sugar Agreement, 115
    • Iranian hostage crisis:
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 152
      • Carter address, 136
      • Carter AFL–CIO speech (Nov. 15, 1979), 130
      • Carter press interview, 133
      • Carter World Affairs Council speech, 147
      • Rescue attempt, 144
      • State of the Union address (1980), 138
    • Iranian Revolution (see also Iranian hostage crisis), 100, 106, 108, 111
    • Israel, U.S. aid to, 39
    • Jackson-Vanik Amendment, 66, 107
    • Janeway, 25
    • Japan. See U.S.-Japanese relations.
    • Javits, Jacob K., 14
    • Jenkins, 27
    • Johnson, Lyndon B., 132
    • Jones, Gen. David C., 94, 136
    • Jordan, Hamilton, 42, 87, 94, 107
    • Kaiser, Robert G., 67
    • Kalb, Marvin, 18
    • Kane, Robert, 138, 143
    • Katzenbach, Nicholas, 129
    • Kennedy, John F., 117, 129
    • Kennedy, Ted, 3, 110
    • Kirby, William A., 121
    • Kirillin, Vladimir, 46
    • Kirschenbaum, Bruce, 161
    • Kissinger, Henry A., 4, 10, 66, 123, 129
    • Klurfeld, Jim, 18
    • Knoche, Enno, 30
    • Komer, Robert W., 148
    • Komplektov, V.G., 97
    • Korea, Republic of, 53, 54, 88, 110
    • Kornienko, Georgi M., 31, 97
    • Kramer, Frank, 148
    • Kreisberg, Paul H., 121
    • Kreps, Juanita M., 88
    • Krimer, William D., 21, 31, 97
    • Krimsky, George, 20
    • Lake, W. Anthony:
      • Carter 1976 candidacy, 12, 13
      • Carter administration foreign policy formation, 24, 25
      • Carter administration foreign policy overviews, 47, 70, 121, 123, 150, 157
      • North-South relations, 58, 123
      • U.S. foreign aid, 58, 70, 123, 155
      • Vance resignation, 145
    • Larrabee, F. Stephen, 134
    • Latin America (see also Panama Canal treaties):
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 62
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 32
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 8
      • Carter Organization of American States speech, 33
      • Carter Pan American Day speech (Apr. 14, 1977), 30
      • Central America, 33, 98, 107, 151, 158
      • Christopher memoranda, 124
      • Pastor memoranda, 98
      • Policy Review Committee discussions, 30.
      • Vance-Brzezinski briefing, 108
      • Vance Law Day speech, 37
      • Vance memoranda, 107
    • Latin American Studies Association (LASA), 58
    • Law of the Sea Conference, 29, 47
    • League of Women Voters, 77
    • Less developed countries. See North-South relations; U.S. foreign aid.
    • Levine, Arthur, 39
    • Levitsky, Melvyn, 21
    • Linowitz, Sol, 115, 129, 147, 161
    • Lipshutz, Robert, 33, 39, 102
    • Lissakers, Karin M., 121
    • Long, Clarence, 19
    • Luers, William H., 19
    • Lusinchi, Victor, 115
    • Lyons, Richard L., 115
    • Maass, Richard, 39
    • McBride, Lloyd, 153
    • McCloy, John J., 129
    • McCone, John A., 129
    • McHenry, Donald, 130, 148, 161
    • McIntyre, James T., 59
    • McNamara, Robert, 54
    • MacNeil, Nicholas, 11
    • MacNeil, Robert, 61
    • Makarov, Vasiliy, 97
    • Maynes, Charles W., 25, 74
    • Mexico, 107, 123, 124
    • Middle East (see also Arab-Israeli conflict)
      • U.S. military presence in, 94
    • Military budget. See Defense policy.
    • Military Procurement Authorization Act, 19
    • Miller, Israel, 39
    • Mojsov, Lazar, 56
    • Mondale, Walter F.:
      • Arab-Israeli conflict, 44
      • Carter 1976 candidacy, 3, 8
      • Carter administration foreign policy formation, 16, 26
      • Carter administration foreign policy overviews, 75, 107
      • Carter administration transition period (1980-81), 161
      • Defense Appropriation bill (1975), 3
      • Defense policy, 112
      • North Atlantic Council speech (Jan. 24, 1977), 16
      • Senate floor statement, 3
      • Soviet human rights issues, 21
      • Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, 136, 143
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 108
      • U.S.-Soviet relations, 57, 87, 94
    • Monroe, Bill, 80
    • Moyer, Homer, 148
    • Multilateral Trade Negotiations (MTN):
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 62
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 6
      • Carter annual economic policy report to Congress, 65
      • Carter Organization of American States speech, 33
      • G–7 Bonn Economic Summit (July 1978), 92
      • G–7 London Economic Summit (May 1977), 26, 29, 32, 35, 38, 40, 54
      • G–7 Venice Economic Summit (June 1980), 145, 147, 148
      • Holbrooke Western Governors’ Conference speech, 88
      • Lake African Studies/Latin American Studies Association speech, 58
      • Muskie UN Special Session on Economic Development speech, 155
      • Owen memoranda, 54, 102
      • State Department papers, 162
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
      • Vance American Association of Community and Junior Colleges speech, 118.
      • Vance World Affairs Council speech, 63
    • Muskie, Edmund S.:
      • Appointment of, 144
      • Briefing, 145
      • Carter administration foreign policy overviews, 150, 157, 162
      • Foreign Policy Association speech (July 7, 1980), 151
      • Nomination testimony, 146
      • Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, 148, 153
      • UN Special Session on Economic Development speech (Aug. 25, 1980), 155
      • United Steel Workers of America speech (Aug. 7, 1980), 153
      • Vance resignation, 145
    • Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction (MBFR) talks, 6, 16, 31, 47, 73, 110
    • MX missile, 125, 131
    • Namibia. See Southern Africa.
    • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 50
    • National Council for U.S.-China Trade, 108
    • National Export Policy Task Force, 88
    • National Security Council (NSC), 94, 136
    • Neidle, Alan F., 25
    • New International Economic Order (NIEO), 99
    • Newsom, David D., 99, 123, 145
    • Newsom, Eric, 159
    • Nicaragua, 98, 107, 151
    • Non-aligned Movement (NAM), 99, 147
    • Norman, John T., 88
    • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO):
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 49
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 73
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 6
      • Carter Business Council speech, 131
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 90
      • Carter North Atlantic Council speech (May 10, 1977), 38
      • Carter North Atlantic Council speech (May 30, 1978), 83
      • Carter radio speech (Oct. 19, 1980), 158
      • Carter Wake Forest University speech, 72
      • Carter-Western European journalists interview, 35
      • Carter World Affairs Council speech, 147
      • Mondale North Atlantic Council speech (Jan. 24, 1977), 16
      • Owen memoranda, 54, 102
      • State Department papers, 162
      • Summit (1978), 83, 84, 90
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
      • Vance American Association of Community and Junior Colleges speech, 118
    • North-South relations (see also Conference on International Economic Cooperation; Latin America; U.S. foreign aid):
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 62
      • Brzezinski Trilateral Commission memoranda, 5
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 32
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 2, 4, 6, 8
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 90
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 29
      • Carter World Affairs Council speech, 147
      • Christopher memoranda, 124
      • Four-year goals, 36
      • Lake African Studies/Latin American Studies Association speech (Nov. 5, 1977), 58
      • Muskie UN Special Session on Economic Development speech, 155
      • Newsom Commonwealth Club speech (Nov. 16, 1978), 99
      • Odom memoranda, 66
      • Owen memoranda, 54, 102
      • State Department papers, 162
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
      • Vance memoranda, 107
      • Vance Northwest Regional Conference on the Emerging International Order speech (Mar. 30, 1979), 115.
      • Vance World Affairs Council speech, 63
    • Northwest Regional Conference on the Emerging International Order, 115
    • Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, 112
    • Nuclear nonproliferation
      • weekly national security reports, 32
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 2
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 90
      • Carter inaugural address, 15
      • Carter Organization of American States speech, 33
      • Carter Southern Legislative Conference speech, 52
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 29
      • Four-year goals, 36
      • Mondale Minnesota speech, 112
      • Owen memoranda, 54
      • State Department papers, 162
      • State of the Union address (1978), 64
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
      • U.S.-Soviet discussions, 31
      • Vance memoranda, 107
    • Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), 31, 56
    • Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (1963), 56
    • Oberdorfer, Don, 126
    • Odom, Brig. Gen. William, 51, 66, 71, 148, 156
    • O’Donnell, Edward, 121
    • Oil issues (see also Energy policy), 2, 10, 62, 138, 155
    • Olympic Games, 138, 143, 148
    • O’Neill, Thomas “Tip,” 113
    • Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), 10, 41
    • Organization of American States (OAS), 30, 33
    • Ottinger, Richard, 19
    • Owen, David, 27
    • Owen, Henry D.:
      • Carter 1976 candidacy, 12, 13
      • Carter administration foreign policy overviews, 54, 102, 128
      • Southern Africa, 56
      • Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, 148
      • U.S. foreign aid, 59, 155
      • Vance resignation, 145
    • Packard, David S., 129
    • Pakistan, 138
    • Panama Canal treaties:
      • Brown World Affairs Council speech, 53
      • weekly national security reports, 76
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 19
      • Carter news interview (Dec. 28, 1977), 61
      • Carter Organization of American States speech, 33
      • Carter speech (Feb. 1, 1978), 67
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Oct. 4, 1977), 56
      • Lake memoranda, 70
      • Maynes article, 74
      • Muskie United Steel Workers of America speech, 153
      • State Department papers, 162
      • State of the Union address (1978), 64
      • Vance World Affairs Council speech, 63
    • Parsky, Gerald L., 9
    • Pastor, Robert A., 30, 98
    • Persian Gulf, U.S. policy toward, 140, 147, 162
    • Pierre, Henri, 35
    • Pine, Art, 115
    • P.L. 480 (Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act), 59
    • Policy Review Committee, 30, 148
    • Powell, Jody, 21, 114, 136.
    • Presidential Commission on World Hunger, 102, 115
    • Presidential Determinations:
      • PD 18, “U.S. National Strategy,” 106
    • Presidential Directives:
      • PD–50, “Arms Control Decision Process,” 156
      • PD–59, “Nuclear Weapons Employment Policy,” 154
    • Presidential elections (1976). See Carter 1976 candidacy.
    • Presidential elections (1980):
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 152
      • Carter concession speech, 160
      • Carter radio speech (Oct. 19, 1980), 158
      • Carter-Reagan debates, 159
      • Christopher memoranda, 124
      • Donovan memoranda, 141
      • Kreisberg memoranda, 121
      • Lake memoranda, 150
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
    • Presidential Review Memoranda:
      • PRM/NSC–10, “Comprehensive Net Assessment and Military Force Posture Review,” 36, 156
      • PRM/NSC–12, “Arms Transfer Policy Review,” 40
      • PRM/NSC–23, “A Coherent US Space Policy,” 46
      • PRM/NSC–28, “Human Rights,” 26
    • Press, Frank, 46, 59
    • Pustay, Lt. Gen. John, 148
    • Putnam, Robert D., 71
    • Quandt, William B., 39
    • Rahal, Abdellatif, 99
    • Read, Benjamin M., 123, 145
    • Reagan, Ronald, 152, 158, 159, 161
    • Refugee policy, 27, 37, 88, 101, 107, 123, 147
    • Reich, Charles, 74
    • Reston, Sally, 113
    • Reynolds, Frank, 133
    • Rhodesia. See Southern Africa.
    • Rich, Spencer, 3
    • Ries, C., 157
    • Rogers, William P., 129
    • Rosenbaum, Herman, 39
    • Rowan, Carl T., 80
    • Rusk, Dean, 129, 132
    • Sakharov, Andrey, 18, 27
    • SALT talks. See Strategic Arms Limitation (SALT) talks.
    • Sanders, Edward, 39
    • Saouma, Edouard, 155
    • Saunders, Harold H., 148
    • Sawyer, Kathy, 123
    • Schecter, Jerrold, 19, 28
    • Schieffer, Bob, 61
    • Schindler, Alexander M., 39
    • Schlesinger, James R., 129
    • Schmidt, Helmut, 38, 132
    • Schram, Martin, 113
    • Schultze, Charles L., 59
    • Schweid, Barry, 18
    • Scowcroft, Brig. Gen. Brent, 6, 129
    • Scranton, William, 129
    • Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy, 107
    • Shahi, Agha, 140
    • Shcharanskiy, Anatoly, 91, 94
    • Sheinkman, Jacob, 39
    • Shulman, Marshall, 120
    • Shuster, Alvin, 6.
    • Siebert, Horst-Alexander, 35
    • Singlaub, Maj. Gen. John, 110
    • Sloss, Leon, 30
    • Smith, Harry, 39
    • Smith, Hedrick, 160
    • Smith, Ian, 10
    • Smith, Lt. Gen. William Y., 30
    • Sokolov, O.M., 31
    • Solarz, Stephen J., 90
    • Solomon, Anthony M., 30
    • Sonnenfeldt, Helmut, 9
    • Sorenson, Roger A., 13
    • South Africa. See Southern Africa.
    • Southern Africa:
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 32, 73, 100
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 8
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 90
      • Carter-Ford debates, 10
      • Carter Notre Dame commencement speech, 40
      • Carter radio speech (Oct. 19, 1980), 158
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 29
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Oct. 4, 1977), 56
      • Four-year goals, 36
      • Muskie United Steel Workers of America speech, 153
      • Owen memoranda, 54
      • State Department papers, 162
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
      • Vance Law Day speech, 37
      • Vance memoranda, 107
      • Vance NAACP speech, 50
      • Vance World Affairs Council speech, 63
    • Southern Legislative Conference, 52
    • Soviet/Cuban policy in Africa:
      • Brzezinski Meet the Press interview (May 28, 1978), 81
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 62
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 68, 73, 76, 91, 100
      • Carter-Congressional leadership discussions, 90
      • Carter Naval Academy speech, 86, 87
      • Carter North Atlantic Council speech (May 30, 1978), 83
      • Carter Spokane town hall meeting (May 5, 1978), 79
      • Carter Wake Forest University speech, 72
      • NSC discussions, 94
      • Vance Congressional testimony, 89
      • Vance Jaycees speech (June 20, 1978), 89
      • Vance memoranda, 82
    • Soviet human rights issues:
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 32, 51, 91
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 4, 9
      • Carter-Bukovsky meetings, 21, 26
      • Carter Naval Academy speech, 87
      • Carter press conference (Feb. 8, 1977), 20
      • Christopher American Bar Association speech, 69
      • NSC discussions, 94
      • Owen memoranda, 54
      • Powell memoranda, 21
      • Vance memoranda, 82
      • Vance press statement, 18
    • Soviet invasion of Afghanistan:
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 132, 134, 135
      • Brzezinski press briefing, 137
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 152
      • Carter address, 136
      • Carter press interview, 133
      • Carter radio speech (Oct. 19, 1980), 158
      • Carter World Affairs Council speech, 147.
      • Lake memoranda, 150
      • Mondale U.S. Olympic Committee speech, 143
      • Muskie briefing, 145
      • Muskie United Steel Workers of America speech, 153
      • Policy Review Committee discussions, 148
      • State of the Union address (1980), 138
    • Soviet Union. See Soviet/Cuban policy in Africa; Soviet human rights issues; Soviet invasion of Afghanistan; Strategic Arms Limitation (SALT) talks; U.S.-Soviet relations.
    • Sparkman, John J., 14, 19, 77
    • Speth, Gus, 161
    • Squires, Jim, 4
    • Stahl, Leslie, 110
    • Starr, Joyce R., 39
    • Steadman, John, 152
    • Stennis, John C., 3
    • Sternstein, Joseph P., 39
    • Strategic Arms Limitation (SALT) talks:
      • Brzezinski Chicago Council on Foreign Relations speech, 113
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 49
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 26, 32, 51, 57, 73, 91, 100, 106, 110, 126
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 6, 8
      • Carter American Newspaper Publishers Association speech (Apr. 25, 1979), 117
      • Carter-Brezhnev correspondence, 17
      • Carter-Brezhnev summit (1979) discussions, 120
      • Carter Business Council speech, 131
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 90
      • Carter Georgia Tech speech, 111
      • Carter Naval Academy speech, 87
      • Carter radio speech (Oct. 19, 1980), 158
      • Carter Southern Legislative Conference speech, 52
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 29
      • Carter Wake Forest University speech, 72
      • Carter World Affairs Council speech, 147
      • Lake memoranda, 70
      • Mondale Minnesota speech (Feb. 22, 1979), 112
      • Mondale North Atlantic Council speech, 16
      • Odom memoranda, 66, 156
      • Owen memoranda, 102
      • SALT II conclusion announcement, 119
      • Soviet brigade in Cuba and, 127, 129
      • Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and, 136
      • State Department papers, 162
      • State of the Union address (1978), 64
      • State of the Union address (1979), 109
      • State of the Union address (1980), 138
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
      • U.S.-Soviet discussions, Carter-Gromyko meetings, 55
      • Vance-Brzezinski briefing, 108
      • Vance memoranda, 46, 82, 107
      • Vance World Affairs Council speech, 63
      • Warnke negotiator nomination, 19
    • Strauss, Robert S., 123
    • Suh Jong Chul, 53
    • Sukhodrev, Viktor M., 31, 97
    • Taiwan, 105, 108
    • Taiwan Relations Act, 108
    • Tannenbaum, Bernice S., 39
    • Tarnoff, Peter R., 47, 121, 123, 145
    • Thatcher, Margaret, 132
    • Third World. See North-South relations.
    • Thornton, Thomas, 30
    • Threshold Test Ban Treaty (TTBT), 31
    • Todman, Terence A., 30
    • Tokyo Round. See Multilateral Trade Negotiations.
    • Tolchin, Martin, 151
    • Toolan, Sean, 4
    • Toon, Malcolm, 31, 97
    • Torture, Vance Law Day speech, 37
    • Trade relations (see also Multilateral Trade Negotiations):
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 6
      • Carter annual economic policy report to Congress, 65
      • Carter G-7 Bonn Economic Summit speech (July 1978), 92
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 29
      • Holbrooke Western Governors’ Conference speech, 88
      • Lake memoranda, 70
      • Maynes article, 74
      • Newsom Commonwealth Club speech, 99
      • State Department papers, 162
      • Vance memoranda, 107
    • Treaty of Tlatelolco (1967), 33, 52
    • Treaty on Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), 2
    • Trewhitt, Henry, 11
    • Trilateral Commission, 2, 5
    • Trilateral relations. See U.S.-Japanese relations; U.S.-Western European relations.
    • Trudeau, Pierre, 38, 148
    • Truman Doctrine, 134
    • Turner, Adm. Stansfield, 85, 87, 94, 136, 161
    • Twaddell, William H., 31
    • Udall, Morris K., 90
    • UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), 99, 115
    • UN Human Rights Commission, 74
    • UN Special Session on Economic Development (1980), 155
    • United Kingdom (see also U.S.-Western European relations), 27
    • United Nations:
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 62
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 4
      • Carter General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 25, 29
      • Carter General Assembly speech (Oct. 4, 1977), 56
      • Human rights, 9
      • Iranian hostage crisis, 130
      • Maynes article, 74
      • Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, 136
      • Young statement, 103
    • United Steel Workers of America, 153
    • Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 29, 37, 101
    • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations:
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 62, 84, 120, 135
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 32, 68, 73, 76, 91, 106, 110, 126
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 2, 4
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 90
      • Carter Notre Dame commencement speech, 40
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 29
      • Four-year goals, 36
      • Holbrooke Western Governors’ Conference speech, 88
      • Normalization, 104, 105, 107, 108
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
      • Vance-Brzezinski briefing, 108
    • U.S. foreign aid (see also Arms transfer policy; U.S. foreign aid and human rights):
      • Basic Human Needs, 29, 40, 41, 47, 50, 58, 59
      • Brzezinski-American Jewish community discussions, 39
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 59, 140
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 4, 6
      • Carter annual economic policy report to Congress, 65
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 19
      • Carter Organization of American States speech, 33
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 29
      • Holbrooke Western Governors’ Conference speech, 88
      • Lake African Studies/Latin American Studies Association speech, 58.
      • Lake memoranda, 70
      • Muskie Foreign Policy Association speech, 151
      • Muskie UN Special Session on Economic Development speech, 155
      • Muskie United Steel Workers of America speech, 153
      • Newsom Commonwealth Club speech, 99
      • Owen/Erb memoranda, 59
      • Owen memoranda, 54, 102, 155
      • State of the Union address (1980), 138
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
      • Vance League of Women Voters speech, 77
      • Vance Northwest Regional Conference on the Emerging International Order speech, 115
      • Vance Senate statement, 22
    • U.S. foreign aid and human rights:
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 26
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 9
      • Christopher American Bar Association speech, 69
      • Christopher Senate statement, 27
      • Lake memoranda, 70
      • Vance Law Day speech, 37
      • Vance League of Women Voters speech, 77
      • Vance nomination testimony, 14
      • Vance Senate statement, 22
    • U.S.-Indian relations, 32, 62
    • U.S.-Japanese relations:
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 32, 76
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 2, 6, 8
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 90
      • Four-year goals, 36
      • Holbrooke Western Governors’ Conference speech, 88
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
    • U.S. military capabilities. See Defense policy.
    • U.S. military presence abroad, 94
    • U.S. policy in Asia (see also U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations; U.S.-Japanese relations), 48, 76, 88, 108, 111
    • U.S. presidential elections (1976). See Carter 1976 candidacy.
    • U.S. presidential elections (1980). See Presidential elections (1980).
    • U.S.-Soviet relations (see also Strategic Arms Limitation (SALT) talks)
      • Brown World Affairs Council speech, 53
      • Brzezinski Meet the Press interview (May 28, 1978), 81, 82
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 49, 62, 78, 84
      • Brzezinski press briefing (Jan. 28, 1980), 139
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 51, 57, 68, 73, 91, 93, 106, 110, 126
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 2, 4
      • Carter-Brezhnev correspondence, 17, 26, 97
      • Carter-Brezhnev summit (1979), 120
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 90
      • Carter-Ford debates, 10, 11
      • Carter-Gromyko meetings, 55, 97
      • Carter North Atlantic Council speech (May 10, 1977), 38
      • Carter Notre Dame commencement speech, 40
      • Carter Southern Legislative Conference speech, 52
      • Carter-Watson discussions, 149
      • Carter-Western European journalists interview, 35
      • Cuba brigade issue, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129
      • Four-year goals, 36
      • Muskie nomination testimony, 145
      • Naval Academy speech (June 7, 1978), 85, 86, 87
      • NSC discussions, 94
      • Odom memoranda, 66, 156
      • Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and, 136, 138
      • State Department papers, 162
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
      • Tarnoff memoranda, 47
      • Vance-Brezhnev meetings, 31
      • Vance-Brzezinski briefing, 108.
      • Vance Congressional testimony (June 19, 1978), 89
      • Vance memoranda, 46, 82, 107
      • Vance nomination testimony, 14
      • Vance World Affairs Council speech, 63
    • U.S.-Vietnamese relations normalization, 91
    • U.S.-Western European relations (see also North Atlantic Treaty Organization):
      • Brzezinski memoranda, 49, 62
      • Brzezinski weekly national security reports, 26, 32, 51, 68
      • Carter 1976 candidacy speeches, 6, 8
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 90
      • Carter North Atlantic Council speech (May 10, 1977), 38
      • Carter-Western European journalists interview, 35
      • European political situation and, 49, 68
      • Four-year goals, 36
      • Odom memoranda, 156
      • Tarnoff/Lake memoranda, 123
    • USA/ROC Economic Council, 108
    • Valeriani, Richard, 11
    • Vance, Cyrus:
      • American Association of Community and Junior Colleges speech (May 1, 1979), 118
      • Arab-Israeli conflict, 45, 63, 107, 108, 114
      • Asia Society speech (June 29, 1977), 48
      • Cabinet meeting discussion topics, 24
      • Carter 1976 candidacy, 13
      • Carter administration foreign policy overviews, 47, 107, 121, 123, 124, 142
      • Carter-Congressional leadership meetings, 19
      • Carter UN General Assembly speech (Mar. 1977), 25
      • Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, 43
      • G–7 London Economic Summit (May 1977), 38
      • Human rights, 14, 22, 37, 50, 63, 77, 101
      • Iranian hostage crisis, 130, 144
      • North-South relations, 63, 107, 115, 123
      • Resignation of, 144, 145
      • Secretary of State appointment, 12, 14
      • Southern Africa, 37, 50, 63, 107
      • Soviet human rights issues, 18, 82
      • Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, 136
      • Strategic Arms Limitation (SALT) talks, 46, 63, 82, 107, 108, 119
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 108
      • U.S. foreign aid, 54
        • Basic Human Needs, 41, 47, 50
        • Brzezinski memoranda, 59
        • League of Women Voters speech (May 1, 1978), 77
        • Nomination testimony, 14
        • Northwest Regional Conference on the Emerging International Order speech, 115
        • Presidential Commission on World Hunger, 115
        • Senate statement, 22
      • U.S.-Soviet relations, 46, 82, 107
        • Brezhnev meetings, 31
        • Brzezinski Meet the Press interview (May 28, 1978), 82
        • Carter-Gromyko meetings, 97
        • Carter Naval Academy speech, 85, 86, 87
        • Congressional testimony (June 19, 1978), 89
        • Jaycees speech (June 20, 1978), 89
        • Nomination testimony, 14
        • NSC discussions, 94
        • Vance-Brzezinski briefing, 108
        • World Affairs Council speech, 63
      • World Affairs Council speech (Jan. 13, 1978), 63
    • Vest, George S., 148
    • Vietnam War, 3, 40, 49, 58, 88
    • Vladivostok Accord (1974), 2
    • Vogelgesang, Sandra, 24
    • Voorde, Fran, 80.
    • Waldheim, Kurt, 29, 56
    • Walters, Barbara, 61
    • Warnke, Paul C., 13, 19, 31, 94, 97
    • Watergate scandal, 3
    • Watson, Jack, 13, 24, 161, 162
    • Watson, Thomas J., Jr., 149
    • Weekly national security reports. See Brzezinski weekly national security reports.
    • Weil, Frank, 30, 88
    • Weintraub, Bernard, 53
    • Weisman, Steven R., 143
    • Westbrook, Samuel W., III, 71
    • Western Europe. See U.S.-Western European relations.
    • Western Governors’ Conference, 88
    • Western Sahara dispute, 123
    • Wexler, Anne, 161
    • Wise, Philip J., Jr., 80
    • World Affairs Council, 53, 63, 147
    • World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development), 54, 74, 155
    • World Conference on Agrarian Reform and Rural Development, 115
    • World Conference on New and Renewable Energy, 115
    • Young, Andrew J., 37, 56, 74, 87, 103
    • Young, C.W. “Bill,” 19
    • Zablocki, Clement J., 19
    • Zaire, 83
    • Zaring, Joe, 148
    • Zimbabwe. See Southern Africa.
    • Zucconi, Vittorio, 35