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Index

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    • Abrams, Elliott, 164, 224
    • Afghanistan. See Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan.
    • Agreement on Artificial Heart Research and Development, 91
    • Agreement on the Prevention of Nuclear War (1973), 19
    • Aleksandrov, Andrey M., 234, 235
    • Alekseeva, Elizaveta, 112, 115, 164
    • Aliyev, Geydar, 244
    • Alkhimov, V. S., 144, 147
    • Allen, Gen. Lew, Jr., 48
    • Allen, Richard V.:
      • Appointment of, 1
      • Arms control, 26, 38, 48, 56, 92, 103
      • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 23
      • Central America, 15
      • Détente article, 101
      • East-West trade, 67, 71, 75, 94, 98, 102, 105
      • Lebanon crisis (1981), 77
      • Linkage strategy, 19
      • Middle East, 26
      • Polish crisis (1980–81), 18, 21, 39, 42, 77
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union:
        • Falin comments, 80
        • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 68
        • Leebaert-Arbatov discussions, 50
        • Lord memoranda, 19
        • Pipes memoranda, 18, 19
        • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 60, 87, 93
        • Weinberger-Dobrynin discussions, 30
      • Reciprocity policy, 29
      • Soviet dissidents, 53, 86
      • Soviet economic situation, 75, 105
      • Soviet intervention in the developing world, 21
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 68
      • Soviet political situation, 21, 79
      • Soviet responses to Reagan election (1980), 6
      • State Department-White House conflicts, 37
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 64, 72, 77
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 43
      • U.S.-Soviet dialogue proposals, 50
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 24, 26, 106
    • Anderson, Martin, 71
    • Andreani, Jacques, 114
    • Andrei, Ştefan, 105
    • Andropov, Yuriy V. (see also Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations):
    • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations:
      • Bremer memoranda, 243
      • CIA reports, 256
      • Dam-Shultz discussions, 241
      • National Security Council discussions, 253
      • National Security Planning Group discussions, 258, 259
      • Pipes memoranda, 238, 243, 252
      • Shultz-Andropov discussions, 240
      • Shultz-Dobrynin discussions, 241, 245, 250
      • U.S. initiative proposals, 247, 248
    • Angola. See Southern Africa.
    • Apel, Hans, 36
    • Arab-Israeli dispute. See Middle East.
    • Arbatov, Georgy, 1, 32, 50, 61
    • Arensburger, Dimitri, 88, 89, 90, 91, 138
    • Arms control (see also Linkage strategy):
      • Andropov leadership and, 243, 245, 248, 258, 259
      • Andropov speeches, 243, 254
      • Brezhnev Komsomol speech (May 18, 1982), 171, 173
      • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 22, 27
      • Casey memoranda, 242
      • Eagleburger/Burt memoranda, 28
      • Eagleburger-Dobrynin discussions, 227
      • Eagleburger memoranda, 55, 211
      • Gromyko Kommunist article, 3
      • Haig-Chatham House Group discussions, 97
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 12, 36, 38, 44, 59, 66, 68, 143, 151, 168
      • Haig-Dobrynin-Percy discussions, 14, 15, 16
      • Haig-Gromyko correspondence, 74
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 84, 88, 89, 90, 134, 137, 138, 186, 187, 188, 209
      • Haig memoranda, 99, 154
      • Haig-Weinberger discussions, 14, 36, 45
      • Hartman-Gromyko discussions, 96
      • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 3, 76
      • National Security Council discussions, 48, 56, 92, 99, 167, 258, 259
      • National Security Decision Directives, 260
      • Nitze-Dobrynin discussions, 104
      • Nuclear non-proliferation, 216, 219, 221, 222
      • Percy-Dobrynin discussions, 57
      • Pipes memoranda, 155
      • Policy Planning Staff memoranda, 13
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 26, 47, 59, 103, 108, 166, 171
      • Reagan campaign speeches (1980), 3
      • Reagan election (1980) and, 1
      • Reagan Eureka College speech (May 9, 1982), 167
      • Reagan Memorial Day remarks (May 31, 1982), 187
      • Reagan National Press Club speech (Nov. 18, 1981), 104, 137
      • Rostow-Dobrynin discussions, 153
      • Shultz-Andropov discussions, 245
      • Shultz-Dobrynin discussions, 245
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 216, 217, 218, 219, 221, 222
      • Shultz UNGA speech (Sept. 30, 1982), 221
      • Soviet ICBM release, 227
      • Standing Consultative Commission meetings, 56
      • Stoessel-Bessmertnykh discussions, 175
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 65, 131, 193
      • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982) discussions, 202, 205
      • U.S.-Canadian discussions, 210
    • Arms Export Control Act (1976), Clark Amendment, 15
    • Azrael, Jeremy, 127, 215
    • Bailey, Norman A.:
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 149
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 145, 152, 174, 212, 214
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141, 142, 226
    • Baker, Howard, 33
    • Baker, James A., III:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 248, 253, 258
      • Arms control, 48, 56, 92, 171, 173, 258
      • Central America, 15
      • East-West trade, 67, 71, 75, 94, 98
      • Polish martial law (1981-83), 116
      • Soviet dissidents, 86
      • Soviet economic situation, 105
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 109
      • Soviet political situation, 79, 256
      • State Department-White House conflicts, 37
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 174, 208, 214, 232
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 24
    • Baldridge, H. Malcolm, Jr.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 253
      • East-West trade, 67, 71
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 260
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 46
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 152
        • Clark-Congress/business discussions, 190
        • Clark memoranda, 146, 208
        • National Security Council discussions, 145, 174, 189, 214, 232
        • Senior Interdepartmental Group for International Economic Policy discussions, 212
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141, 142
    • Baltimore, 37
    • Barrow, Gen. Robert H., 258
    • Barry, Robert L., 2, 29, 32
    • Basic Principles of Relations Between the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (1972), 3, 19
    • Bessmertnykh, Aleksandr A.:
      • Arms control, 26, 175
      • Chemical and biological weapons, 88
      • Dobrynin status, 2
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1981), 74, 89, 91
      • Pentecostalists issue, 133, 140
      • Polish martial law (1981-83), 117, 175
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 255
      • Salary issue, 65
      • Soviet dissidents, 107, 111, 115
      • Soviet responses to Reagan election (1980), 6
    • Bialer, Seweryn, 215
    • Blackwell, Robert, 253
    • Blackwill, Robert D., 210
    • Blair, Cmdr. Dennis C., 42, 87, 212, 226, 232, 255
    • Block, John R., 75, 208, 212, 253, 260
    • Bogdanov, Radomir, 50, 87
    • Boverie, Maj. Gen. Richard, 248
    • Brady, Lawrence J., 67, 71, 94, 152
    • Bremer, L. Paul, III:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 243, 252
      • Arms control:
        • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 12, 38, 44, 168
        • Percy-Dobrynin discussions, 57
        • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 26, 108
        • Stoessel-Bessmertnykh discussions, 175
        • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 65, 131
      • Cuban intervention in the developing world, 127
      • East-West trade, 71
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meetings, 73, 131, 134, 186, 187
      • Human rights, 164, 225
      • Iranian hostage crisis, 4, 11
      • Lebanon War (1982), 196
      • Middle East, 57
      • Pentecostalists issue, 133
      • Polish crisis (1980–81), 4
      • Polish martial law (1981–83), 127, 131
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 12, 44, 65, 101, 143, 229, 255
      • Reciprocity policy, 29
      • Soviet defense spending, 230
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 95, 127
      • Soviet military relations with Cuba, 128, 131
      • Soviet political situation, 244
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 63, 81
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 37, 44
      • U.S.-Soviet exchanges, 229
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 26, 131
    • Brezhnev, Leonid:
    • Brezhnev doctrine, 45
    • Brock, William E., III:
      • East-West trade, 67, 71, 75
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 36
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 145, 146, 152, 208, 214, 232
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141, 142
    • Brown, Harold, 205
    • Buckley, James L., 145, 146, 152, 164, 174, 212
    • Bullard, Julian, 114
    • Bundy, McGeorge, 32
    • Bureau of Intelligence and Research reports, 10
    • Burman, Hal, 29
    • Burt, Richard R.:
      • Arms control, 28
        • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 22
        • Eagleburger-Dobrynin discussions, 227
        • Haig-Weinberger discussions, 14, 36
        • National Security Council discussions, 92
        • Stoessel-Bessmertnykh discussions, 175
        • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 65
      • Dobrynin status, 8
      • Exchanges, 229
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (Jan. 1982), 134
      • Human rights, 224
      • Polish crisis (1980-81), 4
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 28, 31, 62, 65, 215, 229
      • Reciprocity policy, 8
      • Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982), 221, 222, 227
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 22, 28
      • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982), 205
      • U.S.-Canadian discussions on U.S. policy, 210
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 22, 28
    • Bush, George H.W.:
      • Andropov discussions, 234, 235, 239, 240
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 236, 253, 256, 258
      • Arms control, 48, 56, 171, 173, 258
      • Brezhnev death, 234
      • Central America, 15
      • Civil defense, 110
      • East-West trade, 67, 71, 75, 98
      • Pentecostalists issue, 237
      • Polish martial law (1981-83), 116, 123
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 234, 235, 260
      • Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982), 216
      • Soviet economic situation, 105
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 109
      • Soviet political situation, 79, 256
      • Soviet responses to Reagan election (1980), 6
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 125, 145, 232.
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 24
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141
    • Cambodia, 66, 68, 76, 90, 187, 217, 256
    • Canada, 210
    • Caribbean (see also Central America; Cuban intervention in the developing world), 10, 56
    • Carliner, Geoffrey, 212
    • Carlucci, Frank C., III:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 253
      • Arms control, 14, 36, 45, 48, 56, 92
      • Civil defense, 110
      • East-West trade, 67, 71, 94
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 30, 31
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 36, 45
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 145, 152, 174, 214
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141
    • Carrington, Lord (Peter Carington), 48, 114
    • Carstens, Karl, 241
    • Carter, Jimmy, 1, 3, 5
    • Casey, William J.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 248, 253, 256, 258
      • Arms control, 48, 56, 92, 242, 258
      • Central America, 15
      • East-West trade, 67, 71, 75, 94, 98, 102
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 239, 260
      • Soviet political situation, 256
      • Soviet support for terrorism, 34
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 145, 146, 152, 174, 189, 208, 212
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141
    • Central America (see also Cuban intervention in the developing world):
      • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 23
      • Bureau of Intelligence and Research reports, 10
      • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 76
      • National Security Council discussions, 15
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 221, 222
    • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) (see also Casey, William J.), 98, 201, 203, 251, 254, 256
    • Chatham House Group, 97
    • Chemical and biological weapons (CBW), 88, 134, 138, 153, 164, 217
    • Chernenko, Konstantin, 21, 150, 164, 193, 230, 244, 254, 256
    • Cheysson, Claude, 114, 174
    • Chinese People’s Republic (CPR). See Soviet-Chinese People’s Republic relations; U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations.
    • Chmykhalov family. See Pentecostalists issue.
    • Civil defense, 110
    • Clark, Judge William P., Jr.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations:
        • Bush impressions of Andropov, 236
        • CIA reports, 256
        • National Security Council discussions, 253
        • National Security Planning Group discussions, 258
        • Pipes memoranda, 243, 252
        • Shultz-Dobrynin discussions, 245
        • U.S. initiative proposals, 247, 248
      • Arms control:
        • Brezhnev Komsomol speech (May 18, 1982), 173
        • Casey memoranda, 242
        • Haig-Weinberger discussions, 14, 36, 45
        • National Security Council discussions, 48, 56, 92
        • National Security Planning Group discussions, 258
        • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 166, 171
      • Brezhnev death, 233
      • Bush-Andropov discussions, 234
      • East-West trade, 67, 71, 94, 176
      • Governing International Fisheries Agreement, 158, 164
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meetings, 132, 136, 186, 187, 188, 197
      • Human rights, 164, 225.
      • Lebanon War (1982), 193
      • Pentecostalists issue, 129, 133
      • Polish crisis (1980–81), 34, 42, 49
      • Polish martial law (1981–83), 116, 117, 148
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 156, 170, 257
        • Dobrynin discussions, 194
        • Haig-Weinberger discussions, 31
        • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 229
        • National Security Decision Directives, 260
        • Pipes memoranda, 149, 155
        • Pope assassination attempt and, 255
        • Reagan London speech (June 8, 1982), 184
        • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 193
      • Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982), 216
      • Soviet defense spending, 230
      • Soviet dissidents, 107, 115
      • Soviet economic situation, 163, 201
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 49, 109, 136
      • Soviet political situation, 150, 203, 238, 244, 256
      • Soviet support for terrorism, 34
      • State Department-White House conflicts, 189
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 45
      • U.S. policy towards the Soviet Union:
        • Linkage strategy, 159
        • National Security Study Directives, 207
        • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982), 205, 206
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 146, 152, 208, 223, 231
        • Congress/business discussions, 190
        • National Security Council discussions, 145, 174, 189, 214, 232
        • Pipes memoranda, 172
      • U.S.-Soviet dialogue proposals, 49, 169
      • U.S.-Soviet exchanges, 229
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 170, 193, 250
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 139, 141, 226
      • World Peace Council, 126
    • Clark Amendment to the Arms Export Control Act, 15
    • Clifford, Clark, 3
    • Cobb, Tyrus, 80
    • Colson, Janet:
      • Arms control, 48, 92
      • Central America, 15
      • East-West trade, 67, 71, 94
      • Polish crisis (1980–81), 42
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 81
    • Combs, Richard, 134, 140, 168, 224
    • Conference in Disarmament in Europe (CDE), 22, 28
    • Conference on Security and Cooperation (CSCE), 90, 100, 103, 108, 131, 138
    • Confidence building measures (CBMs), 22, 35
    • Congress, U.S. (see also Percy, Charles H.), 17, 190
    • Constable, Peter D., 62
    • Coon, Jane, 28
    • Coordinating Committee for Multilateral Export Controls (COCOM), 62, 67, 70, 78, 212
    • Cordovez, Diego, 164
    • Cranston, Alan, 83
    • Crocker, Chester A., 37, 193
    • Cuba (see also Cuban intervention in the developing world; Soviet military relations with Cuba), 31, 187
    • Cuban intervention in the developing world:
      • Bureau of Intelligence and Research reports, 10
      • Falklands crisis (1982) and, 175
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 35, 38, 143, 151
      • Haig-Dobrynin-Percy discussions, 14, 15, 16
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 90, 134, 137, 138
      • Haig memoranda, 154
      • Hartman-Kornienko discussions, 127
      • National Security Council discussions, 15, 56.
      • National Security Decision Directives, 260
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 93, 108
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 216, 219, 221, 222
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 16
    • Dam, Kenneth W.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 241, 248, 253, 259
      • Arms control, 211
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 215
      • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982), 205
      • U.S.-Canadian discussions on U.S. policy, 210
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 241
    • Darbyshire, Allen, 140
    • Darman, Richard G., 152, 174, 214, 253
    • Davis, W. Kenneth, 67, 71
    • Deal, Timothy E., 15
    • Deaver, Michael K.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 258
      • Arms control, 56, 92, 171, 173, 258
      • East-West trade, 67, 75, 94, 98
      • Polish martial law (1981-83), 116
      • Soviet dissidents, 86
      • Soviet economic situation, 105
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 109
      • Soviet political situation, 79, 256
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 152, 208
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141
    • Defense spending. See Soviet defense spending; U.S. military buildup.
    • Dekeiffer, Donald, 94
    • Delbourg, Denis, 114
    • Détente:
      • Allen article, 101
      • Andropov speech (Nov. 22, 1982), 243
      • Bialer presentation, 215
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 88
      • Haig memoranda, 154
      • Pipes/Stearman memoranda, 24
      • Reagan statement (Jan. 29, 1981), 7
      • U.S.-Canadian discussions, 210
    • Developing world. See Cuban intervention in the developing world; Soviet intervention in the developing world.
    • Dobriansky, Paula, 158, 207, 230, 255, 256
    • Dobrynin, Anatoly F.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 241, 245, 250
      • Arms control:
        • Eagleburger discussions, 227
        • Haig discussions, 12, 36, 38, 44, 59, 66, 68, 143, 151, 168
        • Haig-Percy discussions, 14, 15, 16
        • Nitze discussions, 104
        • Percy discussions, 57
        • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 108
        • Rostow discussions, 153
        • Stoessel discussions, 65, 131, 193
      • Chemical and biological weapons, 153
      • Cuban intervention in the developing world, 14, 15, 16, 35, 38, 143, 151
      • Falklands crisis (1982), 168
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1981), 35, 66, 73, 89, 91
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (Jan. 1982), 101, 131, 135
      • Human rights, 193, 228
      • Iranian hostage crisis, 9, 12
      • Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union, 168
      • Lebanon crisis (1981), 54
      • Lebanon War (1982), 192, 193
      • Middle East, 35, 36, 38, 49, 57, 59, 60, 65
      • Polish crisis (1980–81), 12, 14, 16, 38.
      • Polish martial law (1981–83):
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union:
        • Bush-Andropov discussions, 240
        • Clark discussions, 194
        • Haig discussions, 12, 16, 35, 66, 68, 143, 151
        • Percy discussions, 57
        • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 93
        • Stoessel discussions, 16, 65, 131, 193
        • Weinberger discussions, 30
      • Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982), 217, 220, 227
      • Southern Africa, 95, 131, 143, 151, 168, 193
      • Soviet dissidents, 101
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan:
        • Haig discussions, 35, 66, 68, 95, 151, 168
        • Haig-Gromyko correspondence, 12
        • Haig-Percy discussions, 14, 15, 16
        • Soviet demarche (Oct. 1981), 109
        • Stoessel discussions, 16, 131
      • Soviet military relations with Cuba, 128, 131, 135
      • Soviet political situation, 57, 150, 193
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 65, 66, 69, 72
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 44, 58
      • U.S.-Soviet dialogue proposals, 12, 14, 16, 30, 55
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 131, 168, 250
      • U.S. status of, 2, 8, 12, 33
    • Dobrynin, Irina, 57
    • Domakhin, Gennadiy, 181
    • Dominican Republic (see also Caribbean), 10
    • Donaldson, Sam, 7
    • Dyess, William J., 32
    • Eagleburger, Lawrence S.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 248
      • Arms control, 28, 55, 211
        • Dobrynin discussions, 227
        • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 66, 168
        • Percy-Dobrynin discussions, 57
        • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 65
      • Bill Moyers television show, 32
      • Cuban intervention in the developing world, 127
      • East-West trade, 28, 212
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meetings, 73, 82, 83, 89, 91, 209
      • Middle East, 57
      • Polish martial law (1981-83), 124, 127
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 28, 35, 62, 65, 66, 101, 143, 255
      • Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982), 216, 217, 219, 220, 221, 222, 227
      • Soviet intervention in the developing world, 66
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 22, 28, 66, 127
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 66, 81
      • U.S. policy towards the Soviet Union:
        • Four-power discussions, 114
        • Information programs, 41
        • Reciprocity, 29
        • U.S.-Canadian discussions, 210
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 189
      • U.S.-Soviet dialogue proposals, 28, 51, 55, 106
    • Eastern Europe:
      • Andropov leadership and, 256
      • East-West Policy Study (June 1981) on, 62
      • Economic situation, 105, 157, 163
      • Haig-Chatham House Group discussions, 97
      • National Security Decision Directives, 260
      • Policy Planning Staff memoranda, 13.
    • East-West Policy Study (June 1981), 62
    • East-West trade (see also U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union; U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law; West Siberian pipeline project):
      • Allen memoranda, 75, 105
      • Andropov leadership and, 256
      • Casey memoranda, 98
      • CIA papers, 251
      • Eagleburger/Burt memoranda, 28
      • East-West Policy Study (June 1981) on, 62
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 66
      • Haig memoranda, 70, 154
      • Haig-Weinberger discussions, 45
      • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 78
      • National Security Council discussions, 67, 71, 92, 94, 253
      • National Security Planning Group discussions, 75
      • Policy Planning Staff memoranda, 13
      • Shultz memoranda, 212
      • Situation Room note, 176
      • Special National Intelligence Estimates, 102
      • U.S.-Canadian discussions, 210
    • Edwards, James B., 174, 189, 208
    • Eisenhower, Dwight D., 170
    • El Salvador (see also Central America), 10, 15, 19, 28, 29, 187, 221
    • Enders, Thomas O., 28, 127
    • Enhanced radiation weapon (ERW) (neutron bomb), 14
    • Ernst, Maurice, 212
    • European Community (EC) (see also Western European countries), 66, 68, 76, 78, 88
    • European peace movements, 97
    • Falin, Valentin, 80
    • Falklands crisis (1982), 164, 168, 175
    • Fall, Brian, 114
    • Feketekuty, Geza, 189
    • Fischer, Dean E., 134
    • Ford, Robert A. D., 210
    • France (see also Western European countries), 114
    • Friedt, Anita, 57
    • Funderburk, David, 105
    • Gates, Robert M., 42, 239, 240, 256
    • Genscher, Hans-Dietrich, 101, 114
    • Gergen, David R., 92
    • German, Robert:
      • Arms control, 12, 57, 65
      • Bill Moyers television show, 32
      • Dobrynin status, 2
      • Middle East, 57
      • Polish crisis (1980–81), 11, 12
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 65, 66
      • Reciprocity policy, 29
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 63
    • German Federal Republic (FRG) (see also Western European countries), 36, 101, 114
    • Goldberg, Sherwood “Woody," 97, 168
    • Gompert, David C., 216
    • Gorbachev, Mikhail, 256
    • Gorman, Lt. Gen. Paul F., 92, 94, 145, 152, 174, 248
    • Gotlieb, Allan E., 210
    • Governing International Fisheries Agreement (GIFA), 158, 164, 168
    • Grain agreements. See East-West trade.
    • Grain embargo. See U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union.
    • Gray, Robert, 253
    • Gregg, Donald, 56, 212, 214
    • Grenada (see also Caribbean), 10
    • Grey, Robert, 88.
    • Gromyko, Andrei A. (see also Haig-Gromyko bilateral meetings)
    • Guatemala (see also Central America), 10
    • Gur, Baruch, 224
    • Guyana (see also Caribbean), 10
    • Gwertzmann, Bernard, 135
    • Haass, Richard N., 8
    • Habib, Philip, 54
    • Haig, Gen. Alexander M., Jr. (see also Haig-Gromyko bilateral meetings):
      • Appointment of, 1
      • Arms control:
        • Brezhnev Komsomol speech (May 18, 1982), 173
        • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 22
        • Chatham House Group discussions, 97
        • Dobrynin discussions, 12, 36, 38, 44, 59, 66, 68, 143, 151, 168
        • Dobrynin-Percy discussions, 14, 15, 16
        • Gromyko discussions, 84, 88, 89, 90, 134, 137, 138, 186, 187, 188, 209
        • National Security Council discussions, 48, 56, 92
        • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 26
        • Weinberger discussions, 14, 36, 45
      • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 22, 27
      • Central America, 10, 15
      • Chemical and biological weapons, 88, 134, 138
      • Cuban intervention in the developing world, 154
        • Dobrynin discussions, 35, 38, 143, 151
        • Dobrynin-Percy discussions, 14, 15, 16
        • Gromyko discussions, 90, 134, 137, 138
        • Hartman-Kornienko discussions, 127
      • East-West trade, 70, 154
        • Allen memoranda, 75
        • Casey memoranda, 98
        • Dobrynin discussions, 66
        • National Security Council discussions, 67, 71, 94
        • Weinberger discussions, 45
      • Falklands crisis (1982), 168
      • Governing International Fisheries Agreement, 158, 168
      • Iranian hostage crisis, 4, 9, 11, 12
      • Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union, 168
      • Lebanon crisis (1981), 54, 59
      • Lebanon War (1982), 182, 187
      • Middle East, 35, 36, 38, 59, 60, 138, 187
      • Pentecostalists issue, 38, 90, 138, 140, 154
      • Polish crisis (1980–81):
        • Chatham House Group discussions, 97
        • Dobrynin discussions, 12, 38
        • Dobrynin-Percy discussions, 14, 16
        • Gromyko correspondence, 4, 9, 11, 12
        • Gromyko discussions, 88, 90
        • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 49
        • National Security Council discussions, 37
        • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 44
      • Polish martial law (1981–83), 116, 118, 154
        • Dobrynin discussions, 143, 148, 151, 168
        • Eagleburger memoranda, 124
        • Gromyko discussions, 137, 138, 187, 197
        • Hartman-Kornienko discussions, 127
        • National Security Council discussions, 121
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union:
        • Chatham House Group discussions, 97
        • Dobrynin discussions, 12, 16, 35, 66, 68, 143, 151
        • Dobrynin-Percy discussions, 14, 15, 16
        • Eagleburger/Burt memoranda, 28
        • Gromyko correspondence, 4, 9, 11, 74
        • Gromyko discussions, 88, 137, 186, 187
        • Haig/Eagleburger/Bremer discussions, 101
        • Presidential initiative (1981), 99
        • Public statement (Jan. 28, 1981), 7
        • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 26, 27, 59, 85, 93
        • Weinberger discussions, 31
        • Weinberger-Dobrynin discussions, 30
      • Resignation of, 191
      • Southern Africa, 154
      • Soviet dissidents, 53, 90, 100, 101, 113
      • Soviet intervention in the developing world, 14, 59, 66, 88, 187
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 154
        • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 22
        • Dobrynin discussions, 35, 66, 68, 95, 151, 168
        • Dobrynin-Percy discussions, 14, 15, 16
        • Gromyko correspondence, 11, 12
        • Gromyko discussions, 88, 90, 109, 134, 136, 137, 138, 187
        • Hartman-Kornienko discussions, 127
        • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 49
        • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 59
        • Soviet demarche (Oct. 1981), 109
      • Soviet military relations with Cuba, 5, 10, 45, 128, 135, 186
      • Soviet political situation, 97, 150, 256
      • Soviet support for terrorism, 20
      • State Department-White House conflicts, 31, 33, 37, 189, 191
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 63, 66, 69, 72, 81, 90, 187, 209
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 14, 17, 36, 37, 44, 45, 58
      • U.S. policy towards the Soviet Union:
        • Bill Moyers television show, 32
        • Dobrynin status, 2, 8, 33
        • East-West Policy Study (June 1981), 62
        • Four-power discussions, 114
        • Information programs, 41
        • Linkage strategy, 90, 154, 155, 159, 186
        • Reciprocity, 4, 8, 9, 12, 25, 29, 154
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 145, 146, 152, 174, 187, 189
      • U.S.-Soviet dialogue proposals:
        • Afghanistan “experts’ talks," 169
        • Alternate communication channels, 51, 55, 61
        • Dobrynin discussions, 12, 14, 16
        • Gromyko discussions, 185
        • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 49, 52.
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 22, 28, 106, 161, 165, 168, 187
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 70, 141, 142
    • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1981):
      • Eagleburger memoranda, 82, 209
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 35, 66
      • Haig-Gromyko correspondence, 73, 74
      • Haig memoranda, 84
      • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 76
      • Matlock memoranda, 83
      • Memoranda of converation, 88, 89, 90, 91
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 85, 87
    • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (Jan. 1982):
      • Eagleburger memoranda, 209
      • Four-power discussions, 114
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 101
      • Haig memoranda, 132
      • Memoranda of converation, 137, 138
      • Preparation sessions, 134
      • Stearman memoranda, 136
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 131, 135
    • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (June 1982):
      • Clark memoranda, 188
      • Eagleburger memoranda, 209
      • Haig memoranda, 185, 188
      • Memoranda of converation, 186, 187
      • Pipes memoranda, 197
    • Haiti (see also Caribbean), 10
    • Hanson, Robert, 190
    • Harlech, Lord, 97
    • Harper, Ed, 67, 71, 94
    • Harriman, Averell, 1
    • Hartman, Arthur A.:
      • Appointment of, 89, 91
      • Arms control, 96
      • Bush-Andropov discussions, 234, 235
      • Cuban intervention in the developing world, 127
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1981), 89, 91
      • Pentecostalists issue, 119, 130
      • Polish martial law (1981-83), 127, 144
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 96
      • Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982), 217, 221, 222
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, Kornienko discussions, 127
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 144, 161, 162
    • Harvey, Mose, 42
    • Hayward, Adm. Thomas B., 94
    • Hermes, Peter, 101
    • Hinckley, John, Jr., 37
    • Hodsoll, Frank, 56, 67, 71
    • Holdridge, John, 81
    • Holmes, H. Allen, 2, 113, 143, 168
    • Hopper, Robert, 35
    • Hormats, Robert D., 37, 67, 71
    • Howe, Rear Adm. Jonathan T., 205
    • Huang Hua, 256
    • Human rights (see also Pentecostalists issue; Soviet dissidents):
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 90, 138, 209
      • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 164
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 46, 225, 228
      • Shultz-Avital Shcharansky discussions, 224
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 217, 219, 221, 222
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 193
      • Watson memoranda, 1
    • Huntington, Samuel, 12
    • Hyland, William, 32, 82, 205.
    • Iklé, Fred C.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 248
      • Arms control, 36, 45, 48
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 31
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 152, 174, 212, 232
    • Immigration and Nationality Act, McGovern Amendment, 29, 32
    • Indian nuclear capabilities, 38, 49
    • Interagency Coordinating Committee on U.S.-Soviet Affairs (ICCUSA), 25, 29, 78, 125, 164, 229
    • Intermediate-range nuclear forces (INF) negotiations (see also Linkage strategy):
      • Casey memoranda, 242
      • Eagleburger-Dobrynin discussions, 227
      • Eagleburger memoranda, 211
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 134, 137, 138
      • Haig memoranda, 154
      • National Security Planning Group discussions, 258
      • Nitze-Dobrynin discussions, 104
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 108
      • Rostow-Dobrynin discussions, 153
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 216, 217, 218
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 131, 193
      • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982) discussions, 205
    • Iran, 49, 66, 90
    • Isakov, Viktor F., 89, 217, 221
    • Israel. See Middle East.
    • Jamaica (see also Caribbean), 10
    • Japan, 62, 174, 212
    • Jaruzelski, Wojciech (see also Polish martial law (1981-83)), 21, 116, 121, 198
    • Jewish emigration from the Soviet Union, 134, 154, 157, 168, 221, 222
    • Jobert, Michel, 149
    • John Paul II assassination attempt (May 13, 1981), 255
    • Jones, Gen. David C.:
      • Arms control, 56, 92
      • Central America, 15
      • East-West trade, 67, 71
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 145, 146, 152, 174
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141
    • Kampuchea. See Cambodia.
    • Kaplan, Philip, 62
    • Kassebaum, Nancy, 17
    • Keel, Alton, 214, 253
    • Kemp, Geoffrey, 56, 136, 141
    • Kendall, Don, 91
    • Kirilenko, Andrey, 150, 193, 244, 256
    • Kirkland, Lane, 141
    • Kirkpatrick, Jeane J.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 253, 258
      • Arms control, 48, 56, 258
      • East-West trade, 67, 71, 94
      • Polish martial law (1981-83), 121
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 260
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 145, 146, 174, 214
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141
    • Kissinger, Henry A., 2, 5, 30, 186
    • Komplektov, Victor, 130, 196
    • Kopp, Harry, 62
    • Kornienko, Georgi M.:
      • Arms control, 3, 76
      • Cuban intervention in the developing world, 127
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1981), 76, 89, 91
      • Polish crisis (1980-81), 4, 49, 76.
      • Polish martial law (1981-83), 127
      • Political situation, 193
      • Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982), 217, 221
      • Southern Africa, 193
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 3, 49, 76, 127
      • Soviet military relations with Cuba, 3
      • U.S.-Soviet dialogue proposals, 49, 52, 161
    • Kosygin, Alexei, 21
    • Kraemer, Sven, 56, 92, 166, 254
    • Kraft, Joe, 134
    • Krimer, William D., 137, 234, 235
    • Kuznetsov, Vasiliy, 21, 233
    • Kvitsinskiy, Yuli, 104
    • Latin America. See Central America
    • Law of the Sea Treaty, 193
    • Lawson, Gen. Thomas J., 242
    • Lebanon crisis (1981) (see also Middle East), 49, 54, 59, 77
    • Lebanon War (1982):
    • Leebaert, Derek, 50
    • Leland, Marc E., 145, 152, 174, 212, 214, 232, 253
    • Lenczowski, John, 257
    • Lenz, Allen J., 67, 71, 94
    • Lepatov, Gil, 203
    • Lewis, Maj. Gen. Bennett, 110
    • Libya, 20, 36, 90, 216
    • Linhard, Robert, 166
    • Linkage strategy (see also Arms control; Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan):
      • Andropov-Carstens discussions, 241
      • Clark memoranda, 159
      • Eagleburger/Burt memoranda, 28
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (Jan. 1982) and, 134
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 90, 186
      • Haig memoranda, 154, 155, 159
      • Lord memoranda, 19
      • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 76
      • Pipes memoranda, 19, 155
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 58, 60
      • Rostow-Dobrynin discussions, 153
      • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982) discussions, 202
    • Lord, Carnes, 19
    • Macdonald, David, 174
    • Makarov, Vasiliy, 89, 91, 217, 221
    • Mann, Ted, 134
    • Martin, William, 226
    • Matlock, Jack F.:
      • Arms control, 3, 76
      • Dobrynin retirement, 8
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1981), 76, 83
      • Polish crisis (1980–81), 49, 76
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 61, 78
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 3, 49, 76
      • Soviet support for terrorism, 20
      • U.S.-Soviet dialogue proposals, 49, 51, 52, 61.
    • Matthews, Gary, 115, 128
    • McCall, Sherrod, 87
    • McClellan, Irina, 92, 221
    • McFarlane, Robert C. “Bud”:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 248, 258
      • Arms control, 14, 36, 166, 254, 258
      • East-West Policy Study (June 1981), 62
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (Jan. 1982), 134
      • Human rights, 225
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 13, 31
      • Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982), 216
      • Soviet economic situation, 201
      • Soviet support for terrorism, 34
      • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982), 205
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 45
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 145, 212, 214, 232
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141
    • McGovern Amendment (Immigration and Nationality Act), 29, 32
    • McMahon, John N., 214, 232, 239, 256
    • McManaway, Clayton E., Jr., 97, 111, 134, 224
    • McNamar, Timothy R., 145
    • Meehan, Francis J., 9
    • Meese, Edwin, III:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 248, 253, 258
      • Arms control, 48, 56, 92, 171, 173, 258
      • Central America, 15
      • Civil defense, 110
      • East-West trade, 67, 71, 75, 94, 98
      • Polish martial law (1981-83), 121, 123
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 30
      • Soviet dissidents, 86
      • Soviet economic situation, 105
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 109
      • Soviet political situation, 79, 256
      • State Department-White House conflicts, 37
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 44
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 125, 145, 152, 174, 189, 208, 214, 232
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 24, 106
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141
    • Messer, W. Alan, 201
    • Michel, Bill, 190
    • Michel, Bob, 45
    • Middle East:
      • Andropov leadership and, 256
      • Brezhnev Tbilisi speech (May 22, 1981), 57
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 35, 36, 38, 59, 60
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 138, 187
      • Haig-Weinberger discussions, 36
      • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 49
      • Percy-Dobrynin discussions, 57
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 26, 60
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 221, 222
      • Stoessel-Bessmertnykh discussions, 175
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 49, 65
    • Military spending. See U.S. military buildup.
    • Monitoring Overseas Direct Employment (MODE), 110
    • Montgomery, Hugh, 131, 215, 216, 220
    • Morgan, Lee, 190
    • Moskowitz, Stanley, 239
    • Moyers, Bill, 32
    • Muromcew, Cyril, 187, 217, 221
    • Murphy, Adm. Daniel J.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 248, 253
      • Arms control, 48, 56.
      • Central America, 15
      • East-West trade, 67
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 145, 174, 212
    • Muskie, Edmund S., 3
    • Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction (MBFR) talks, 154
    • Myer, Al, 230, 255
    • Namibia. See Southern Africa
    • Nance, Rear Adm. James W.:
      • Arms control, 48, 92, 108
      • Central America, 15
      • Civil defense, 110
      • East-West trade, 67, 71, 94
      • Pentecostalists issue, 119
      • Polish crisis (1980–81), 42
      • Polish martial law (1981–83), 116, 122, 123
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 19
      • Soviet dissidents, 112
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 109
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 125
    • Napper, 35, 127
    • National Security Council (NSC):
      • Meetings:
        • Apr. 30, 1981, 48
        • Dec. 3, 1981, 110
        • Feb. 4, 1982, 141
        • Feb. 6, 1981, 15
        • Feb. 26, 1982, 145
        • July 6, 1981, 67
        • July 9, 1981, 71
        • Mar. 26, 1981, 37
        • May 22, 1981, 56
        • May 24, 1982, 174
        • Nov. 9, 1982, 232
        • Oct. 13, 1981, 92
        • Oct. 16, 1981, 94
        • Sept. 22, 1982, 214
    • National Security Decision Directives:
      • NSDD 24, “Mission to Certain European Countries Concerning Oil and Gas Equipment Exports to the Soviet Union and Restricting Credits to the Soviet Bloc Countries," 141
      • NSDD 32, “U.S. National Security Strategy," 160
      • NSDD 33, “US Approach to START Negotiations," 167
      • NSDD 41, “December 30, 1981 Sanctions on Oil and Gas Equipment Exports to USSR," 189
      • NSDD 66, “East-west Economic Relations and Poland-related Sanctions," 246
      • NSDD 75, “US relations with the USSR," 253, 260
    • National Security Planning Group (NSPG), 75, 258, 259
    • National Security Study Directives:
      • NSSD 1–82, “U.S. National Security Strategy," 160
      • NSSD 11–82, “U.S. Policy towards the Soviet Union," 204, 205, 207, 249, 253, 258
    • Nau, Henry, 71, 174, 226
    • Newsom, 4
    • Nicaragua (see also Central America)
      • Bureau of Intelligence and Research reports, 10
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 59, 66, 143
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 134, 137, 138, 187, 197
      • Haig memoranda, 154
      • Hartman-Kornienko discussions, 127
      • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 76
      • National Security Council discussions, 15
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 216, 219, 221
      • State Department staff discussions, 33
    • Niles, Thomas M. T., 97
    • Niskanen, William, 214
    • Nitze, Paul, 104, 242.
    • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) (see also Arms control)
      • Arms control, 22, 36, 47, 48, 137,
        138
      • Détente and, 24
      • East-West Policy Study (June 1981) on, 62
      • Polish crisis (1980-81), 39
    • Nuclear non-proliferation, 216, 219, 221, 222
    • Nunn, Sam, 32, 33
    • Ogarkov, Marshall Nikolai, 18, 21
    • Ohman, Nils, 163
    • Olmer, Lionel H.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 253
      • East-West trade, 94
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 145, 174, 212, 232
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141
    • O’Malley, Gen. Jerome F., 214
    • Pakistan (see also Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan), 57, 88, 90, 138
    • Palmer, Mark:
      • Arms control, 227
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meetings, 73, 134
      • Human rights, 224
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 28, 87, 215
      • Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982), 222, 227
    • Parris, Mark, 4, 28, 73
    • Peace movements, 97, 126
    • Pel’she, Arvid, 244
    • Pendleton, Miles S., Jr., 97
    • Pentecostalists issue:
      • Bush/Shultz visit, 237
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 38
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 90, 138
      • Haig memoranda, 154
      • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 49, 52
      • Nance memoranda, 119
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 39, 46, 129, 130, 133
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 216
      • Stoessel-Bessmertnykh discussions, 140
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 131, 193
    • Percy, Charles H., 14, 16, 57, 106, 190
    • Perle, Richard N., 248
    • Peterson, Pete, 205
    • Pfeffer, Franz, 114
    • Pikul, Valentin, 203
    • Pipes, Richard:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 238, 245, 250, 252, 253
      • Arms control, 155, 243
      • East-West trade, 94, 253
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meetings, 136, 188, 197
      • Lebanon crisis (1981), 77
      • Lebanon War (1982), 178
      • Linkage strategy, 19, 155, 159
      • Polish crisis (1980-81), 18, 21, 42, 77
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 18, 19, 149, 155, 238
        • Clark-Dobrynin discussions, 194
        • Clark memoranda, 156
        • Leebaert-Arbatov discussions, 50
        • Pope assassination attempt and, 255
        • Press statement, 31
        • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 87
      • Reciprocity policy, 19
      • Soviet defense spending, 230
      • Soviet economic situation, 157, 163.
      • Soviet intervention in the developing world, 21
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 21, 43, 109, 136
      • Soviet military relations with Cuba, 18, 45
      • Soviet political situation, 21, 150, 203, 238, 244
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 64, 77
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 43, 172
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 145, 152, 172, 174
      • U.S.-Soviet dialogue proposals, 18
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 24, 170, 250
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 172, 226
    • Podhoretz, Norman, 205
    • Poindexter, Rear Adm. John M.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 253
      • East-West trade, 176
      • Lebanon War (1982), 196
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 155
      • Soviet economic situation, 163
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 145, 152, 174, 214, 232
    • Policy Planning Staff, 13
    • Polish crisis (1980–81) (see also Polish martial law (1981–83)):
      • Eagleburger/Burt memoranda, 28
      • Haig-Chatham House Group discussions, 97
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 12, 38
      • Haig-Dobrynin-Percy discussions, 14, 16
      • Haig-Gromyko correspondence, 4, 9, 11, 12
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 88, 90
      • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 78
      • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 49, 76
      • National Security Council discussions, 37
      • Pipes memoranda, 18, 21, 77
      • Policy Planning Staff memoranda, 13
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 39, 40, 42, 44
      • State Department staff discussions, 34
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 16
    • Polish martial law (1981–83) (see also U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law), 116
      • Eagleburger memoranda, 124
      • Economic situation and, 157
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 143, 148, 151, 168
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 137, 138, 187, 197
      • Haig memoranda, 118, 154
      • Hartman-Alkhimov discussions, 144
      • Hartman-Kornienko discussions, 127
      • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 125, 164
      • National Security Council discussions, 121, 125
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 121, 122, 123
      • Reagan public statement (Dec. 17, 1981), 120
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 216, 217
      • Stoessel-Bessmertnykh discussions, 117, 175
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 120, 127, 131, 193
      • U.S.-Canadian discussions, 210
      • Wick broadcast, 134
    • Polovchak, Walter, 138
    • Pope John Paul II assassination attempt (May 13, 1981), 255
    • Porter, Roger, 212, 214, 232
    • Public affairs diplomacy, 13
    • Pustay, Lt. Gen. John, 48, 56, 67, 71
    • Qaddafi, Muammar (see also Libya), 20
    • Rashish, Myer, 73, 97
    • Rasputin, Valentin, 203
    • Rau, Johannes, 45
    • Reagan, Ronald:
      • Administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union:
        • Brezhnev correspondence, 26, 27, 37, 47, 58, 59, 60, 85, 87, 93
        • Brezhnev-Western European correspondence, 29
        • Clark memoranda, 156, 257
        • Falin comments, 80
        • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 66, 68
        • Haig memoranda, 16
        • London speech (June 8, 1982), 177, 184
        • National Security Decision Directives, 260
        • Presidential initiative (1981), Haig memoranda, 99
        • Press conference (Nov. 10, 1981), 101
        • Public statement (Jan. 29, 1981), 7, 12
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 236
        • CIA reports, 256
        • National Security Council discussions, 253
        • National Security Planning Group discussions, 258, 259
        • Shultz-Dobrynin discussions, 245, 250
        • U.S. initiative proposals, 247
      • Arms control:
        • Andropov leadership and, National Security Planning Group discussions, 258, 259
        • Andropov speech (Dec. 21, 1982), 254
        • Andropov speech (Nov. 22, 1982), 243
        • Brezhnev correspondence, 26, 47, 59, 103, 108, 166, 171
        • Brezhnev Komsomol speech (May 18, 1982), 173
        • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 22
        • Campaign speeches (1980), 3
        • Casey memoranda, 242
        • Eureka College speech (May 9, 1982), 167
        • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 38
        • Haig memoranda, 154
        • Memorial Day remarks (May 31, 1982), 187
        • National Press Club speech (Nov. 18, 1981), 104, 137
        • National Security Council discussions, 56, 92, 99
      • Assassination attempt (Mar. 30, 1981), 37
      • Brezhnev death, 233
      • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 22, 23, 27
      • Bush-Andropov discussions, 234
      • Central America, 15
      • Civil defense, 110
      • Cuban intervention in the developing world, 93, 108, 154
      • East-West trade, 67, 70, 71, 75, 98, 102, 176, 253
      • Europe trip (1982), 164, 177
      • Governing International Fisheries Agreement, 158
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meetings, 84, 85, 87, 90, 132, 185, 188
      • Haig resignation, 191
      • Iranian hostage crisis, 4, 9
      • Lebanon crisis (1981), 54
      • Lebanon War (1982):
      • Linkage strategy, 58, 60, 154, 159
      • Middle East, 26, 60
      • National Security Study Directives, 160, 204
      • Pentecostalists issue:
        • Brezhnev correspondence, 39, 46, 129, 130, 133
        • Bush/Shultz visit, 237
        • Haig memoranda, 154
        • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 52
        • Nance memoranda, 119
        • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 216
        • Stoessel-Bessmertnykh discussions, 140
      • Polish crisis (1980–81), 4, 9, 37, 39, 40, 42, 44
      • Polish martial law (1981–83), 116, 118, 120, 121, 134, 148, 154
      • Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982), 216, 218, 222
      • Southern Africa, 154
      • Soviet defense spending, 230
      • Soviet dissidents, 46, 53, 86, 100, 112.
      • Soviet economic situation, 105, 163, 201
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 22, 47, 59, 68, 103, 109
      • Soviet military relations with Cuba, 5
      • Soviet political situation, 79, 150, 203, 256
      • Soviet responses to election (1980), 6
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 69, 72
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 17, 44, 46, 58
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 152
        • Clark memoranda, 223, 231
        • National Security Council discussions, 125, 145, 189, 214
        • National Security Decision Directives, 246
        • Shultz memoranda, 198
        • Special National Intelligence Estimates, 213
      • U.S.-Soviet dialogue proposals, 52, 169
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals:
        • Brezhnev correspondence, 26, 60
        • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 22
        • Clark memoranda, 170
        • Haig memoranda, 161, 165
        • Pipes/Stearman memoranda, 24
        • Shultz-Dobrynin discussions, 250
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141, 226
      • World Peace Council, 126
    • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union (see also Linkage strategy)
      • Bialer presentation, 215
      • Bush-Andropov discussions, 234, 235
      • Clark-Dobrynin discussions, 194
      • Clark memoranda, 156, 170, 257
      • Eagleburger/Burt memoranda, 28
      • East-West Policy Study (June 1981), 62
      • Falin comments, 80
      • Haig-Chatham House Group discussions, 97
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 12, 16, 35, 66, 68, 143, 151
      • Haig-Dobrynin-Percy discussions, 14, 15, 16
      • Haig/Eagleburger/Bremer discussions, 101
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (Jan. 1982) and, 134
      • Haig-Gromyko correspondence, 4, 9, 11, 74
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 88, 137, 186, 187
      • Haig statement (Jan. 28, 1981), 7
      • Haig-Weinberger discussions, 31
      • Hartman-Gromyko discussions, 96
      • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 78, 229
      • Leebaert-Arbatov discussions, 50
      • Lord memoranda, 19
      • Matlock-Arbatov discussions, 61
      • McFarlane memoranda, 13
      • National Security Decision Directives, 260
      • Percy-Dobrynin discussions, 57
      • Pipes memoranda, 18, 19, 149, 155, 238
      • Pipes press statements, 31
      • Policy Planning Staff memoranda, 13
      • Pope assassination attempt and, 255
      • Presidential initiative (1981), 99
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 26, 27, 37, 47, 58, 59, 60, 85, 87, 93
      • Reagan London speech (June 8, 1982), 177, 184
      • Reagan press conference (Nov. 10, 1981), 101
      • Reagan statement (Jan. 29, 1981), 7, 12
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 216, 217, 218, 219, 221
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 16, 65, 131, 193
      • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982) discussions, 202, 205, 206
      • Weinberger-Dobrynin discussions, 30
    • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence:
    • Reed, Thomas, 160
    • Regan, Donald T.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 253
      • Central America, 15
      • East-West trade, 67, 71, 75, 94
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 260
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 146, 152, 174, 189, 208, 212, 214, 232
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141
    • Rentschler, James M. T., 149
    • Rixse, Jay H., 31, 36, 45
    • Robinson, Roger, 212, 226, 230, 232
    • Romania (see also Eastern Europe), 105
    • Rose, Jonathan, 212
    • Rostow, Eugene V., 56, 66, 153
    • Rowen, Harry, 205
    • Rowny, Edward, 242
    • Rueckert, George, 106
    • Rumsfeld, Donald, 205
    • Ryzhkov, Nikolay, 244
    • Sadan, Eliezer, 224
    • Sakhalin project, 174
    • Sakharov, Andrei, 100, 107, 112, 113, 115, 164, 203
    • Scanlan, John D.:
      • Arms control, 131, 175
      • Cuban intervention in the developing world, 127
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meetings, 73, 131, 134
      • Human rights, 164
      • Pentecostalists issue, 133, 140
      • Polish martial law (1981–83), 117, 127, 131, 164
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 143
      • Soviet dissidents, 107, 111, 113, 115
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 127, 164
      • Soviet military relations with Cuba, 131, 135
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 63
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 125
      • U.S.-Soviet exchanges, 164
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 131, 164
    • Schmidt, Helmut, 48
    • Schmults, Edward, 174
    • Schneider, William, Jr., 56, 92, 141, 145, 152, 174
    • Schuette, Keith, 134
    • Schumaker, James, 111
    • Schweitzer, Maj. Gen. Robert, 19, 48
    • Scowcroft, Brent, 82, 205
    • Seitz, Raymond G. H., 35
    • Semenov, Vladimir, 104
    • Senior Interdepartmental Group for International Economic Policy, 212
    • Shcharansky, Anatoly:
      • Allen memoranda, 86.
      • Haig-Avital Shcharansky discussions, 53
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 90, 101
      • Haig memoranda, 100
      • National Security Council discussions, 92
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 46, 225, 228
      • Shultz-Avital Shcharansky discussions, 224
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 221, 222
      • Stoessel-Bessmertnykh discussions, 107
    • Shcharansky, Avital, 53, 86, 224
    • Shoemaker, Maj. Christopher C., 48, 163
    • Shukshin, Vasili, 203
    • Shultz, George P. (see also Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982)):
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 236, 240, 241, 245, 250, 256, 258
      • Appointment of, 191, 193
      • Arms control:
        • Andropov discussions, 245
        • Andropov leadership and, National Security Planning Group discussions, 258
        • Eagleburger memoranda, 211
        • Gromyko discussions, 216, 217, 218, 219, 221, 222
        • UNGA speech (Sept. 30, 1982), 221
      • Brezhnev death, 233, 236
      • Bush-Andropov discussions, 234, 235, 239, 240
      • East-West trade, 212
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meetings, 209
      • Human rights, 217, 219, 221, 222, 224, 228
      • Lebanon War (1982), 199, 221
      • Pentecostalists issue, 216, 237
      • Polish martial law (1981-83), 216, 217
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union:
        • Bialer presentation, 215
        • Gromyko discussions, 216, 217, 218, 219, 221
        • National Security Decision Directives, 260
        • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982) discussions, 202
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 216, 217, 221, 222
      • U.S. policy towards the Soviet Union:
        • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982), 202, 205, 206
        • U.S.-Canadian discussions, 210
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 198, 208, 212, 214, 232
      • U.S.-Soviet dialogue proposals, 55
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 216, 241, 245, 250
    • Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982):
      • Bialer presentation, 215
      • Eagleburger-Dobrynin discussions, 220, 227
      • Eagleburger memoranda, 216, 219
      • Memoranda of converation, 217, 221
      • Shultz memoranda, 218, 222
    • Siberian pipeline. See West Siberian pipeline project.
    • Simons, Thomas W., Jr.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 239
      • Arms control, 175, 227
      • Cuban intervention in the developing world, 127
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meetings, 89, 91, 134
      • Polish martial law (1981–83), 127
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 143, 151, 229
      • Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982), 222, 227
      • Soviet dissidents, 107, 111, 113, 115
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 127
      • Soviet military relations with Cuba, 135
      • Soviet political situation, 150
      • U.S.-Canadian discussions on U.S. policy, 210
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 81
    • Sims, Robert, 230
    • Skuodis, Vytauta, 90.
    • Smith, Maj. Gen. Carl R., 31, 36, 45
    • Smith, William French, 15, 145, 152
    • Solidarity. See Polish crisis (1980–81); Polish martial law (1981–83).
    • Soloukhin, Vladimir, 203
    • Sonnenfeldt, Helmut, 82, 205
    • South Africa. See Southern Africa.
    • South Atlantic. See Falklands crisis (1982).
    • Southern Africa:
    • Soviet-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 62, 256
    • Soviet defense spending, 229, 230
    • Soviet dissidents:
      • Allen memoranda, 86
      • Haig-Avital Shcharansky discussions, 53
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 101
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 90
      • Haig memoranda, 100
      • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 164
      • National Security Council discussions, 92
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 46
      • Sakharov hunger strike, 107, 112, 113
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 219
      • Stoessel memoranda, 111
    • Soviet economic situation (see also East-West trade):
      • Allen memoranda, 105
      • Andropov speech (Nov. 22, 1982), 244
      • CIA papers, 251
      • Clark memoranda, 163
      • Intelligence assessments, 201
      • Ohman memoranda, 163
      • Pipes memoranda, 157
      • Situation Room note, 176
      • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982) discussions, 202
      • U.S.-Canadian discussions, 210
      • Zimmermann-Alkhimov discussions, 147
    • Soviet intervention in the developing world (see also Central America; Linkage strategy):
      • Andropov leadership and, 256
      • Bureau of Intelligence and Research reports, 10
      • East-West Policy Study (June 1981) on, 62
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 59, 66
      • Haig-Dobrynin-Percy discussions, 14
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 88, 187
      • Matlock memoranda, 20
      • National Security Decision Directives, 260
      • Pipes memoranda, 21
      • Policy Planning Staff memoranda, 13
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 219, 221, 222
      • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982) discussions, 202
      • U.S.-Canadian discussions, 210
    • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan (see also U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union):
      • Andropov leadership and, 256
      • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 22
      • Eagleburger/Burt memoranda, 28
      • European Community conference proposal, 66, 68, 76, 78, 88
      • “Experts’ talks," 169, 193
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 35, 66, 68, 95, 151, 168
      • Haig-Dobrynin-Percy discussions, 14, 15, 16
      • Haig-Gromyko correspondence, 11, 12
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 88, 90, 109, 134, 136, 137, 138, 187
      • Haig memoranda, 154
      • Hartman-Kornienko discussions, 127
      • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 29, 78, 164
      • Lord memoranda, 19
      • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 3, 49, 76
      • National Security Decision Directives, 260
      • Percy-Dobrynin discussions, 57
      • Pipes memoranda, 21, 43
      • Policy Planning Staff memoranda, 13
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 47, 59, 103
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 216, 217, 221, 222
      • Soviet demarche (Oct. 1981), 109
      • Stoessel-Bessmertnykh discussions, 175
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 16, 131
    • Soviet military relations with Cuba:
      • Brigade issue, 3, 5
      • Bureau of Intelligence and Research reports, 10
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 186
      • Haig-Weinberger discussions, 45
      • National Security Decision Directives, 260
      • Pipes memoranda, 18
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 128, 131, 135
      • US–USSR Understanding (1962), 5
    • Soviet political situation:
      • Allen memoranda, 79
      • Casey memoranda, 256
      • CIA memoranda, 203, 256
      • Clark memoranda, 150
      • Haig-Chatham House Group discussions, 97
      • Haig memoranda, 150
      • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 78, 164
      • Percy-Dobrynin discussions, 57
      • Pipes memoranda, 21, 238
      • State Department reports, 244
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 193
      • U.S.-Canadian discussions, 210
    • Soviet responses to Reagan election (1980), 1, 6
    • Soviet succession crisis. See Soviet political situation.
    • Soviet support for terrorism (see also Soviet intervention in the developing world), 7, 20, 21, 34
    • Special National Intelligence Estimates:
      • SNIE 3/11–4–81, “Dependence of Soviet Military Power on Economic Relations with the West," 102
      • SNIE 3–11/2–82, “The Soviet Gas Pipeline in Perspective," 213
      • SNIE 11/2–81, “Soviet Support for International Terrorism and Revolutionary Violence," 34
    • Spiers, Ronald I., 10, 41
    • Starbird, 29
    • State Department-White House conflicts, 31, 33, 37, 189, 191
    • Stearman, William, 24, 136, 149, 163, 207
    • Stockman, David A., 67, 75, 146, 212, 260
    • Stoddard, Phillip H., 10
    • Stoessel, Walter J., Jr.:
      • Arms control, 26, 57, 65, 108, 131, 175, 193
      • Cuban intervention in the developing world, 16, 127
      • Falklands crisis (1982), 175
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meetings, 74, 89, 91, 131, 134
      • Human rights, 193
      • Lebanon War (1982), 192, 193, 195
      • Middle East, 49, 57, 65, 175
      • Pentecostalists issue, 131, 140, 193
      • Polish crisis (1980–81), 16, 42
      • Polish martial law (1981–83):
        • Bessmertnykh discussions, 117, 175
        • Dobrynin discussions, 120, 127, 131, 193
        • Eagleburger memoranda, 124
        • Hartman-Kornienko discussions, 127
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 16, 28, 35, 62, 65, 131, 193
      • Soviet dissidents, 107, 111, 115
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 16, 127, 131, 175, 193
      • Soviet military relations with Cuba, 128, 131, 135
      • Soviet political situation, 193
      • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations, 63, 65, 81
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 17
      • U.S. policy towards the Soviet Union:
        • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982), 205
        • U.S.-Canadian discussions, 210
      • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals, 131, 175, 193
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 141, 142
    • Stolar, Abe, 86
    • Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) (see also Linkage strategy):
      • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 22
      • Eagleburger/Burt memoranda, 28
      • Eagleburger memoranda, 55
      • Gromyko Kommunist article, 3
      • Haig-Chatham House Group discussions, 97
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 12, 38, 66
      • Haig-Dobrynin-Percy discussions, 14, 16
      • Haig-Gromyko correspondence, 74
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 88, 90, 138, 186, 187
      • Haig-Weinberger discussions, 36
      • Hartman-Gromyko discussions, 96
      • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 3, 76
      • National Security Council discussions, 48, 56
      • Nitze-Dobrynin discussions, 104
      • Reagan campaign speeches (1980), 3
      • Reagan election (1980) and, 1
      • Reagan Eureka College speech (May 9, 1982), 167
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 217
      • Standing Consultative Commission meetings, 56
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 65
      • U.S.-Canadian discussions, 210
    • Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) negotiations (see also Linkage strategy):
      • Casey memoranda, 242
      • Eagleburger-Dobrynin discussions, 227
      • Eagleburger memoranda, 211
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 143, 168
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 134, 138, 186
      • Haig memoranda, 154
      • National Security Council discussions, 167
      • Pipes memoranda, 155
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 166
      • Rostow-Dobrynin discussions, 153
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 216, 217, 218
      • Stoessel-Bessmertnykh discussions, 175
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 131, 193
    • Sukhodrev, Viktor:
      • Bush-Andropov discussions, 234, 235
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1981), 88, 89, 90, 91
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (Jan. 1982), 137, 138
      • Haig-Gromyko bilateral meeting (June 1982), 186, 187
      • Shultz-Gromyko bilateral meeting (1982), 217, 221
    • Suslov, Mikhail A., 150
    • Teller, Edward, 110
    • Terrell, Norman C., 92
    • Terrorism, Soviet support for (see also Soviet intervention in the developing world), 7, 20, 21, 34
    • Thatcher, Margaret H., 48
    • Theater nuclear forces (TNF) negotiations (see also Intermediate-range nuclear forces (INF) negotiations; Linkage strategy):
      • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 22, 27
      • Eagleburger/Burt memoranda, 28
      • Haig-Chatham House Group discussions, 97
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 36, 38, 44, 59, 66
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 84, 89.
      • Haig memoranda, 99
      • Haig-Weinberger discussions, 36, 45
      • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 76
      • National Security Council discussions, 48, 92, 99
      • Percy-Dobrynin discussions, 57
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 47
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 65
    • Third World. See Soviet intervention in the developing world.
    • Toon, Malcolm, 32
    • Tyson, Charles, 15
    • U.N. Disarmament Conference (June 1982), 187
    • United Kingdom (see also Western European countries), 97, 114
    • U.S.-Chinese People’s Republic relations:
      • East-West Policy Study (June 1981) on, 62
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 66
      • Haig-Gromyko correspondence, 81
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 90, 187, 209
      • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 76
      • National Security Decision Directives, 260
      • Pipes memoranda, 64, 77
      • Policy Planning Staff memoranda, 13
      • Soviet demarche, 69, 72
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 65
      • Stoessel memoranda, 63
      • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982) discussions, 202
    • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union:
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 44
      • Haig-Weinberger discussions, 14, 36, 45
      • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 29
      • Pipes memoranda, 43, 172
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 46, 58
      • Reagan-Congressional discussions, 17
      • State Department staff discussions, 33, 37
      • Stoessel-Kassebaum discussions, 17
    • U.S. military buildup, 28, 62, 260
    • U.S. national security directives, 160
    • U.S. policy towards the Soviet Union (see also Linkage strategy; Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union), 33
      • Bill Moyers television show, 32
      • Carter administration, 1, 3
      • Dobrynin status, 2, 8, 12
      • Four-power discussions, 114
      • Information programs, 41, 62
      • National Security Study Directives, 204, 205, 207, 249, 253
      • Reciprocity:
        • Arbatov visa and, 32, 38
        • Burt/Wolfowitz memoranda, 8
        • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 12
        • Haig memoranda, 4, 9, 25, 154
        • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 25, 29, 78, 229
        • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 49
        • Pipes memoranda, 19
      • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982), 202, 205, 206
      • U.S.-Canadian discussions, 210
    • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law (see also West Siberian pipeline project):
      • Buckley mission, 145, 146, 152
      • Clark-Congress/business discussions, 190
      • Clark memoranda, 146, 208, 223, 231
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 187
      • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 125, 164
      • National Security Council discussions, 121, 125, 145, 174, 189, 214, 232
      • National Security Decision Directives, 246
      • Pipes memoranda, 172
      • Senior Interdepartmental Group for International Economic Policy discussions, 212
      • Shultz memoranda, 198.
      • Special National Intelligence Estimates, 213
    • U.S.-Soviet dialogue proposals (see also U.S.-Soviet summit proposals):
      • Afghanistan “experts’ talks," 169, 193
      • Alternate communication channels, 50, 51, 55, 61
      • East-West Policy Study (June 1981) on, 62
      • Haig-Dobrynin-Percy discussions, 14, 16
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 185
      • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 78
      • Matlock-Kornienko discussions, 49, 52
      • National Security Decision Directives, 260
      • Pipes memoranda, 18
      • Weinberger-Dobrynin discussions, 30
    • U.S.-Soviet economic relations. See East-West trade.
    • U.S.-Soviet relations:
    • U.S.-Soviet summit proposals:
      • Brezhnev speech (Feb. 23, 1981), 22
      • Clark memoranda, 170
      • Eagleburger/Burt memoranda, 28
      • Eagleburger memoranda, 106
      • Four-power discussions, 114
      • Haig-Dobrynin discussions, 168
      • Haig-Gromyko discussions, 187
      • Haig memoranda, 161, 165
      • Hartman-Alkhimov discussions, 144
      • Hartman memoranda, 162
      • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 164
      • Pipes/Stearman memoranda, 24
      • Reagan-Brezhnev correspondence, 26, 60
      • Shultz-Andropov discussions, 245
      • Shultz-Dam discussions, 241
      • Shultz-Dobrynin discussions, 250
      • Shultz-Gromyko discussions, 216
      • Situation Room note, 181
      • Stoessel-Bessmertnykh discussions, 175
      • Stoessel-Dobrynin discussions, 131, 193
      • Zimmermann-Alkhimov discussions, 147
    • Ustinov, Dmitriy, 21, 162, 230, 256
    • US–USSR Standing Consultative Commission (SCC), 56
    • Van Laningham, James, 140
    • Vance, Cyrus, 241
    • Vashchenko family. See Pentecostalists issue.
    • Veliotes, Nicholas A., 127
    • Verity, William, 241
    • Vershbow, 117, 124, 127, 128
    • Vessey, Gen. John W., Jr., 232, 253, 260
    • Vest, George S., 2, 4, 11, 12, 22
    • Voice of America (VOA), 12, 127
    • Von Ploetz, Hans, 114
    • Vysotsky, Vladimmir, 203
    • Walesa, Lech, 125
    • Wallis, Allen, 205, 212, 215, 232
    • Ward, George F., Jr., 114
    • Watson, Thomas J., Jr., 1
    • Wayne, E. Anthony, 134, 210
    • Weinberger, Caspar W.:
      • Andropov leadership and U.S.-Soviet relations, 253, 256, 258
      • Appointment of, 1
      • Arms control, 14, 36, 45, 56, 92, 258
      • Central America, 15.
      • East-West trade, 45, 67, 71, 98, 212, 253
      • Polish crisis (1980–81), 14
      • Polish martial law (1981–83), 116, 121
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 30, 31, 260
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 14
      • Soviet political situation, 256
      • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982), 205
      • U.S. grain embargo on the Soviet Union, 14, 36, 45
      • U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law, 145, 146, 189, 208, 212, 214, 232
      • West Siberian pipeline project, 139, 141
    • Weiss, Sy, 42
    • Welch, John, 190
    • West, Francis J., Jr., 14
    • Western European countries (see also North Atlantic Treaty Organization; U.S. sanctions on the Soviet Union in response to Polish martial law), 114
      • East-West Policy Study (June 1981) on, 62
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union and, 27, 28, 29
      • Soviet invasion/occupation of Afghanistan, 66, 68, 76, 78, 88
    • West Siberian pipeline project:
      • East-West Policy Study (June 1981) on, 62
      • Haig memoranda, 70
      • Interagency Coordinating Committee discussions, 78
      • Martin memoranda, 226
      • National Security Council discussions, 67, 71, 92, 94, 121, 141, 174
      • Pipes memoranda, 172
      • Special National Intelligence Estimates, 213
      • Stoessel memoranda, 142
      • Weinberger memoranda, 139
    • Wheeler, Col. Michael O., 145, 152, 174, 232, 252, 253
    • Wick, Charles Z., 134, 253, 260
    • Wolfowitz, Paul:
      • Dobrynin status, 8
      • Information programs, 41
      • Iranian hostage crisis, 4
      • Polish crisis (1980–81), 4
      • Reagan administration confrontative policies towards the Soviet Union, 13, 62, 215
      • Reciprocity policy, 8
      • Soviet support for terrorism, 34
      • Strategy seminar (Aug. 1982), 202, 205, 206
      • U.S.-Canadian discussions on U.S. policy, 210
    • World Peace Council, 126
    • Wright, Joseph, 232