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Index

References are to document numbers

    • Bahai faith, 1
    • Bailey, Norman A., 226
    • Baker, James A., III, 70, 155
    • Baldridge, H. Malcolm, Jr., 263, 360
    • Barnes, Michael D., 427
    • Barnett, E., 432
    • Barnett, L., 421
    • Barrow, Gen. Robert H., 320
    • Beagle Channel dispute, 1, 2, 9, 10, 55, 373, 382, 448
    • Beers, R. Rand, 337
    • Beláunde Terry, Fernando:
    • Belize, 161, 383
    • Benn, Tony, 143
    • Bennett, W. Tapley, Jr., 233, 268
    • Bernhardt, J.P.A., 118
    • Bernstein, Carl, 115
    • Bignone, Gen. Reynaldo, 370, 372, 373
    • Binns, Jack R., 425, 430, 432
    • Blacken, J.D., 2
    • Blackwill, Robert D.:
      • Argentine military imports, 134
      • Argentine postwar use of force, possible, 424
      • British military options, 67, 156
      • Falklands/Malvinas War forecasts (May 20 and 21, 1982), 283
      • Military situation, 337
      • OAS resolution 595, 412
      • Shrike missile emergency landing in Brazil, 321
      • U.S.-Argentine postwar relations, 369
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 51, 300
      • U.S. postwar diplomatic efforts, 331, 348
      • U.S. postwar policy, 355
      • U.S. sanctions against Argentina, 50
    • Blair, Dennis C.:
      • Argentine invasion plans, 34
      • European Community sanctions against Argentina, 270
      • Reagan-Thatcher correspondence, 127
      • UN negotiations (May–June 1982), 276
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts, 34, 136, 218, 270, 276, 299, 316, 353
      • U.S. policy options, 53, 70, 167
      • U.S. sanctions against Argentina, 359
      • U.S. shuttle diplomacy proposals, 64
    • Blakemore, David L., 444
    • Block, Herbert, 90
    • Block, John R., 62
    • Block, S., 236
    • Boam, Maj. Gen. Thomas Anthony, 245
    • Bolton, Joshua, 296
    • Boorstein, M., 174
    • Bosworth, Stephen W.:
      • Argentine invasion plans, 35, 38, 39
      • Argentine officers disagreement, 243
      • British South Georgia repossession, 163
      • Haig shuttle diplomacy, 88, 114, 133, 164, 165, 166
      • OAS role, 113, 172
      • Soviet role, 109
      • UN General Assembly resolution (1982), 386, 405
      • UN negotiations (May–June 1982), 246, 249, 272
      • U.S.-Argentine postwar relations, 401
      • U.S. certification for arms sales to Argentina, 427
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts (Mar.–Apr. 1982), 25, 35, 39
      • U.S. initial responses, 62
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 110, 177
      • U.S. postwar diplomatic efforts, 348
    • Bouchey, Lynn, 249
    • Bowdler, William G., 2
    • Braithwaite, Rodric Q., 374
    • Brazil (see also Figueiredo, João Baptista de Oliveira):
    • Brement, Marshall, 111, 124
    • Bremer, L. Paul, III:
      • Argentine prisoners of war, 351
      • Argentine surrender, 346
      • Argentine use of force, possible, 424
      • British South Georgia repossession, 175
      • Cuban role, 94
      • Falklands/Malvinas War impacts, 303
      • Forecasts (May 20 and 21, 1982), 283
      • Haig shuttle diplomacy, 190
      • OAS role, 175, 304
      • Peruvian peace proposal, 220, 238
      • Soviet role, 94
      • UN General Assembly resolution (1982), 402
      • UN General Assembly resolution (1983), 430
      • UN negotiations (May–June 1982), 246, 249, 323
      • U.S.-Argentine postwar relations, 369
      • U.S.-British prewar consultations, 3
      • U.S. communications with Latin American countries, 229, 238
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts, 25, 316, 331, 348
      • U.S. postwar policy, 345, 355, 369
    • Briggs, Everett E., 168, 236, 246, 249, 272
    • British-Argentine prewar negotiations:
      • Haig-Carrington meetings, 3
      • Louis memoranda, 8
      • Ridley-Cavandoli talks (New York), 2, 4, 5
      • St. Helena labor immigration proposals, 4
      • Shlaudeman memoranda, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 16
      • Streator memoranda, 4, 14
    • British political situation:
      • Burt memoranda, 283
      • CIA papers, 52
      • Eagleburger-Henderson discussions, 262
      • Elections (1979), 1
      • Haig-Henderson discussions, 71
      • Haig memoranda, 64
      • Haig-Pym correspondence, 297
      • Haig-Thatcher memoranda, 80
      • Intelligence Memoranda, 186
      • Louis memoranda, 199
      • National Security Planning Group discussions, 76.
      • NSC discussions, 195
      • Postwar, 343, 345, 420, 427
      • Reagan-Thatcher discussions, 257
      • Rentschler/Blair/Fontaine memoranda, 70
      • Special National Intelligence Estimates, 87
      • Streator memoranda, 58, 66, 223
      • U.S.-Argentine discussions, 90
      • U.S.-British discussions, 61
    • Brock, William E., III, 62, 360
    • Brown, C., 401, 421
    • Brown, Maj. Gen. James L., 261
    • Brown, Leslie H., 110, 149, 200, 213, 427
    • Buckley, James L., 62
    • Bullard, Julian, 3, 164, 165, 166, 385, 398
    • Bunge, Wenceslao, 274, 346
    • Burkhalter, E.A., Jr., 69, 247, 333
    • Burt, Richard R.:
    • Bush, George H.W.:
      • Argentine invasion plans, 34
      • British forces in Belize, 383
      • British postwar policies toward Argentina, 361
      • UN negotiations (May–June 1982), 279, 281
      • U.S.-Argentine postwar relations, 442
      • U.S. certification for arms sales to Argentina, 437
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts (May–June 1982), 281
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 281
      • U.S. policy options, 70, 76
      • U.S. postwar policy, 360
    • Bushnell, John A., 2
    • Camilion, Oscar, 6, 7, 11, 26, 55
    • Campbell, John, 45, 164, 165, 283, 345, 358
    • Candy, S., 451
    • Canosa, Eduardo, Vice Cmdr., 1
    • Caputo, Dante, 442, 444, 447, 448, 450
    • Carazo Odio, Rodrigo, 236, 260
    • Carlucci, Frank C., III:
      • Argentine occupation, 52
      • Argentine surrender, 348
      • British military options, 67, 247
      • Haig public statement (Apr. 30, 1982), 195
      • Latin American responses to Falklands/Malvinas War, 236
      • Peruvian peace proposal, 225
      • Sheffield sinking (May 4, 1982), 224
      • U.S. initial responses, 54, 62
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 86, 216, 233, 287, 306, 318, 399
      • U.S. military lessons learned, 354
      • U.S. sanctions against Argentina, 395
    • Carrington, Lord (Peter Alexander Rupert):
      • Argentine invasion plans, 30, 39
      • British-Argentine prewar negotiations, 7
      • Postwar foreign policy, 358
      • Resignation of, 61, 66, 71
      • South Georgia Islands flag-raising incident, 22, 23, 24, 27
      • U.S.-British prewar consultations, 3, 10, 12, 13
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts, Mar.–Apr. 1982, 27
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 51
    • Carter, T., 348
    • Casey, William J.:
      • Argentine occupation, 52
      • Argentine prisoners of war, 373
      • Argentine surrender, 348
      • British military options, 126
      • British postwar policies toward Argentina, 428
      • Documents not declassified, 250
      • Falklands/Malvinas War forecasts (June 1, 1982), 318
      • Falklands/Malvinas War impacts, 344, 360
      • Military situation, 240
      • Soviet role, 318
      • UN negotiations (May–June 1982), 279
      • U.S. certification for arms sales to Argentina, 428
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts (May–June 1982), 313
      • U.S. postwar policy, 416
      • U.S. sanctions against Argentina, 263
    • Casteneda, Jorge, 90
    • Cavandoli, Carlos R., 2, 4, 5
    • Central America, 54, 57, 90
    • Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) (see also Intelligence Memoranda):
      • Antarctica, 118
      • Argentine economic situation, 125
      • Argentine invasion plans, 32, 33
      • Argentine occupation, 49, 52
      • Argentine postwar policies, 443
      • Battle of Goose Green (May 27, 1982), 302
      • British political situation, 52, 186
      • Documents not declassified, 157
      • Falklands/Malvinas War impacts, U.S.-Argentine relations, 252
      • Haig shuttle diplomacy, 75
      • South Georgia Islands flag-raising incident, 19, 26, 63
      • Soviet role, 100, 121
      • U.S. initial responses, 63
      • U.S. shuttle diplomacy proposals, 64
    • Chafee Amendment, 69, 375
    • Chaplin, Maxwell, 1
    • Childress, Richard T., 309
    • Chile:
    • Christopher, Warren M., 2
    • Clarey, Capt. S.S., 333
    • Clark, K., 448
    • Clark, William P., Jr.:
      • Argentine invasion plans, 34
      • Argentine occupation, 47, 52
      • Argentine postwar use of force, possible, 424
      • Argentine prisoners of war, 361, 366, 370
      • British postwar policies toward Argentina, 361
      • British South Georgia repossession, 175
      • European Community sanctions against Argentina, 270
      • Falklands/Malvinas War impacts, 303, 367, 400, 426
      • Haig shuttle diplomacy:
        • Haig-Pym correspondence, 146, 151
        • Haig-Thatcher discussions, 82
        • Reagan briefing, 155
        • Reagan-Galtieri communications, 127, 128
        • Reagan-Haig communications, 74, 85, 150
        • Reagan-Thatcher correspondence, 127, 190
        • Rentschler memoranda, 155
        • Shlaudeman-Galtieri discussions, 181
        • State Department reports, 112
        • Suspension proposals, 136
      • Latin American responses, 255
      • OAS role, 175
      • Peruvian peace proposal, 221, 222, 225, 231
      • UN General Assembly resolution (1982), 394, 403, 405, 409
      • UN General Assembly resolution (1983), 430
      • UN negotiations (May–June 1982), 272, 279, 295, 323
      • U.S.-Argentine postwar relations, 381
      • U.S. certification for arms sales to Argentina, 394
      • U.S. communications with Latin American countries, 204, 229
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts (May–June 1982):
        • Argentine perceptions, 313
        • Bailey memoranda, 226
        • Enders-Takacs discussions, 316
        • Fontaine/Shoemaker/Childress memoranda, 309
        • Haig memoranda, 298
        • Reagan public statement (May 13, 1982), 270
        • Reagan-Thatcher discussions, 315, 322
        • Rentschler/Blair/Fontaine memoranda, 218
        • Summit proposals, 299
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 115, 127, 233, 266, 371
      • U.S. military lessons learned, 368, 378
      • U.S. policy options, 53, 70, 76, 155, 167
      • U.S. postwar diplomatic efforts, 353, 356
      • U.S. postwar policy, 416
      • U.S. sanctions against Argentina, 70, 359, 374, 375, 394
      • U.S. shuttle diplomacy proposals, 64
    • Clarke, Richard A., 67, 318, 337
    • Cochran, Harry C., 126, 277, 373
    • Cohen, Herman J., 67
    • Coles, A. John, 80, 361, 431, 433
    • Colombia, 161
    • Colombo, Emilio, 268, 269
    • Committee of 24 (Special Committee on Decolonization) (United Nations), 16
    • Congress, U.S.
    • Constable, Elinor G., 69, 376
    • Coony, T., 425
    • Cormack, Capt. James P., 278, 424
    • Costa Méndez, Nicanor:
    • Costa Rica, 161, 236, 260
    • Cox, D.W., 401
    • Crabbie, Christopher, 164, 165, 166, 379
    • Cuba, 2, 52, 426
    • Cummings, E., 84
    • Falkland/Malvinas Islanders:
      • British-Argentine prewar negotiations, 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 11
      • Elections (1981), 5, 6
      • South Georgia Islands flag-raising incident and, 15
    • Falkland/Malvinas Islands
    • Falkland/Malvinas Islands Company (FIC), 1
    • Falklands/Malvinas War (Apr.–June 1982) (see also Falklands/Malvinas War impacts; U.S. diplomatic efforts; U.S. military aid to United Kingdom; U.S. sanctions against Argentina):
      • Antarctica and, 118
      • Argentine economic situation and, 125
      • Argentine invasion plans (Apr. 1, 1982):
        • Enders/Holmes memoranda, 35
        • Intelligence Reports, 33
        • National Intelligence Daily Reports, 32
        • Reagan briefing, 34
        • Reagan-Thatcher correspondence, 31, 36, 42
        • U.S.-Argentine consultations, 31, 37, 39, 40
        • U.S.-British consultations, 30, 31
      • Argentine LANDSAT requests, 165, 197
      • Argentine occupation (Apr. 1, 1982) (see also Haig shuttle diplomacy below):
        • British responses, Streator memoranda, 58
        • CIA papers, 52
        • Clark memoranda, 47
        • Falkland/Malvinas Islands Working Group situation reports, 43
        • Haig memoranda, 45, 59
        • Intelligence Reports, 49
        • Military situation, 48, 59
        • UN Security Council discussions, 38, 43, 46, 50, 59, 79
        • U.S.-Argentine consultations, 44
        • U.S.-British consultations, 46
      • Argentine officers disagreement, 243, 305, 325
      • Argentine political situation and, 55, 87
      • Argentine surrender, 342, 346, 347, 348
      • British military options, 52, 67, 70, 126, 145, 156, 247
      • British support requests. See U.S. military aid to United Kingdom; U.S. sanctions against Argentina.
      • British White Paper, 418
      • CIA reports, 100, 121
      • Cuban role, 49, 90, 92, 94, 98, 289
      • European Community sanctions against Argentina, 258, 268, 269, 270, 329
      • Forecasts (June 1, 1982), 318
      • Forecasts (May 20 and 21, 1982), 277, 283
      • Haig public statement (Apr. 30, 1982), 195, 196, 201
      • Kirkpatrick Face the Nation interview (Apr. 11, 1982), 97
      • Latin American responses (see also OAS role below; U.S.-Latin American relations under Falklands/Malvinas War impacts), 161, 236, 255, 257, 279
      • Maritime Exclusion Zone, 76, 77, 78, 80, 91, 124, 182
      • Military actions (see also Argentine occupation above):
      • Military situation, 48, 59, 240, 333, 337, 339, 340
      • OAS role:
        • Bosworth/Middendorf memoranda, 113.
        • CIA reports, 52
        • Meeting (Apr. 5, 1982), 59
        • OAS good offices resolution (Apr. 13, 1982), 83, 113
        • OAS Resolution (Apr. 28, 1982), 185, 187
        • Rentschler/Blair/Fontaine memoranda, 70
        • Rio Treaty meeting of foreign ministers (Apr. 1982), 113, 158, 163, 168, 172, 175, 176, 185
        • Rio Treaty meeting of foreign ministers (May 1982), 295, 296, 298, 304, 305, 307
        • U.S.-British discussions, 71
        • U.S. sanctions against Argentina and, 50, 57
        • U.S. shuttle diplomacy proposals and, 64
        • U.S.-Venezuelan discussions, 122
      • Peruvian peace proposal:
        • Communications with Latin American countries, 238
        • Costa Méndez-Beláunde discussions, 207
        • Haig-Beláunde communications, 203, 211, 234
        • Haig-Henderson discussions, 222
        • Haig-Pym correspondence, 212, 220, 222, 227
        • Haig-Pym discussions, 205, 235
        • National Military Command Center report, 208
        • National Security Planning Group discussions, 225
        • Ortiz-Beláunde discussions, 232
        • Ortiz memoranda, 209
        • Reagan-Beláunde correspondence, 234
        • Reagan-Thatcher correspondence, 221, 230, 231
        • Streator memoranda, 223
        • Text, 202
      • Reagan radio address (Apr. 10, 1982), 97
      • Shrike missile emergency landing in Brazil, 321
      • Soviet role:
        • Burt memoranda, 143, 171, 184
        • CIA reports, 52, 100, 121
        • Haig-Casey discussions, 318
        • Haig-Pym discussions, 79
        • Intelligence Cables, 252
        • Menges memoranda, 318
        • National Security Planning Group discussions, 76
        • Reagan-Haig communications, 158
        • Special Situation Group discussions, 279
        • Stoessel memoranda, 94
        • U.S.-Argentine discussions, 92
        • U.S.-British discussions, 98
        • U.S.-Soviet discussions, 109, 135
      • Special National Intelligence Estimates, 87
      • Triggering incident. See South Georgia Islands flag-raising incident (Mar. 1982)
      • UN Security Council Resolution 502, 50, 59, 62, 64, 68, 79, 82, 176, 201, 276, 293, 348
      • UN Security Council Resolution 505, 301
      • U.S. arms embargo. See U.S. sanctions against Argentina below.
      • U.S. citizens in Argentina and, 131, 143, 171, 184, 192, 195, 210, 253
      • U.S. citizens in Falklands/Malvinas Islands and, 59, 70
      • U.S. communications with Latin American countries, 122, 204, 229, 238, 244
      • U.S. good offices. See Haig shuttle diplomacy.
      • U.S. initial responses, 54, 56, 62, 63, 79
      • U.S. military lessons learned, 354, 368, 378
      • U.S. military participation, possible, Burt memoranda, 171, 184
      • U.S. policy options:
        • Burt memoranda, 143
        • Clark memoranda, 70
        • National Security Planning Group discussions, 76
        • Rentschler/Blair/Fontaine memoranda, 53, 70, 167
        • Rentschler memoranda, 155
      • U.S. political situation and, 90
      • U.S. public opinion, 183, 228, 330
      • U.S. shuttle diplomacy proposals (see also Haig shuttle diplomacy), 64, 66, 70
      • Weinberger public statement (Apr. 16, 1982), 131
    • Falklands/Malvinas War impacts:
      • Argentine nuclear policies, 391, 400
      • Atkeson memoranda, 240.
      • Latin American territorial disputes, 382
      • North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 291, 384
      • U.S.-Argentine relations, 104, 252, 303, 327, 424, 426
      • U.S. Central America policy, 54
      • U.S.-Latin American relations, 367
        • Defense Intelligence Notices, 260
        • Enders memoranda, 229
        • Figuerido U.S. visit and, 255
        • Intelligence Memoranda, 336
        • Interagency Study Paper, 424
        • National Security Study Directives, 360
        • State-CIA discussions, 344
        • U.S.-British discussions, 422
    • Fall, Brian:
    • Fearn, Robin, 8, 14, 16
    • Fenn, Nicholas, 3, 164, 165, 166
    • Figueiredo, João Baptista de Oliveira, 204, 229, 244, 255, 257, 315, 338
    • Figueroa, Gustavo, 11, 73, 187
    • Finegold, Edmund S., 444
    • Fischer, Dean E., 51, 183, 200, 228
    • Fleischer, L. R., 434
    • Fontaine, Roger W.:
      • Argentine postwar use of force, possible, 423, 424
      • Argentine prisoners of war, 366
      • European Community sanctions against Argentina, 270
      • Falklands/Malvinas War impacts, 367
      • Haig public statement (Apr. 30, 1982), 195
      • Haig shuttle diplomacy, 127, 136
      • UN General Assembly resolution (1982), 405
      • U.S.-Argentine postwar relations, 381
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts:
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 371
      • U.S. policy options, 53, 70, 167
      • U.S. sanctions against Argentina, 359, 374, 375, 390, 394
      • U.S. shuttle diplomacy proposals, 64
    • Foot, Michael, 223
    • Forrester, Ricardo, 5, 9
    • Forster, Capt. J. R., 260
    • Fox, Edward J., 427
    • France, 142
    • Franco, Vice Adm. Ruben O., 333
    • Fretwell, M. John E., 3
    • Friedt, A., 348
    • Funseth, Robert L., 3, 164, 165, 166, 184, 197
    • Galtieri, Lt. Gen. Leopoldo Fortunato:
    • Garcia del Solar, Lucio, 397, 404, 405, 429
    • Gast, Lt. Gen. Philip C., 224
    • Gates, Robert M., 423
    • Gergen, David R., 115
    • German Federal Republic (FRG), 142
    • Gibney, J. M., 213
    • Gibraltar dispute, 14
    • Giffard, John, 17
    • Gillespie, Charles A., 237
    • Gilly, Lt. Gen. Pedro M., 260
    • Gilmore, David, 361
    • Gobbi, Hugo, 442
    • Goldberg, Sherwood “Woody”:
      • Argentine officers disagreement, 243
      • Haig shuttle diplomacy, 74
        • Costa Méndez “airport paper,” 101
        • Haig-Costa Méndez discussions, 116, 117
        • Haig-Galtieri discussions, 142
        • Haig-Pym discussions, 164, 166
        • Reagan-Haig communications, 170
        • Reagan-Thatcher correspondence, 132
      • U.S.-British prewar consultations, 3
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts (May–June 1982), 314, 315, 322
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 111
    • Gompert, David C.:
    • Gorman, Lt. Gen. Paul F., 240, 423, 442
    • Gosney, Richard, 5
    • Graham, Sir John, 233
    • Gravette, J., 435
    • Great Britain. See United Kingdom.
    • Gregg, Donald, 34, 423, 424
    • Grey, Robin, 1
    • Gudgeon, K. Scott:
    • Guerreiro, Ramiro Saraiva, 244, 251, 295
    • Guillermo, Carlos, 243
    • Iglesias, Brig. Gen. Hector Norberto, 90, 256
    • Iklé, Fred C.:
    • Inman, Adm. Bobby Ray:
      • British military options, 126
      • British political situation, 195
      • Falklands/Malvinas War impacts, 240, 336, 344
      • Haig public statement (Apr. 30, 1982), 195
      • Peruvian peace proposal, 209
      • Soviet role, 318
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 318
      • U.S. policy options, 64, 76
    • Intelligence Cables, TDFIR–314/0073182, “Comments of Argentine government officials,” 252
    • Intelligence Memoranda:
      • ALA 8210059, “Falkland Islands Dispute: Economic Impact,” 125
      • ALA–M–8210077, “The Falklands Dispute Implications for US Relations with Latin America,” 336
      • EUR 8210046, “UK-Falklands Pressures on Thatcher,” 186
      • FIRDB–312/0076083, “Significant New Information Available to the Leadership of the Argentine Army,” 426
      • FIRDB–312/0142782, “Comments of a Senior Argentine Air Force Officer,” 313
    • Intelligence Reports:
      • TDFIR–314/0053982, “Partial Chronology of the Argentine Military Action,” 49
      • TDFIR DB–315/0679182, “Argentine Government Determination to Take Military Action,” 33
    • Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), 114
    • Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance. See Rio Treaty
    • International Monetary Fund (IMF), 429
    • International Security and Development Cooperation Act (1981), 263
    • Ireland, 293
    • Italy, 268, 269, 270
    • Jett, Dennis, 429, 430, 435, 445
    • John Paul II, 332, 339
    • Johnson, D., 236
    • Johnson, Philip K., 113, 133, 168, 249, 414, 421, 430
    • Johnston, Ernest B., 50, 376, 398
    • Johnstone, C., 425
    • Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) (see also Hayward, Adm. Thomas B.), 264, 265, 266, 395
    • Joint Chiefs of Staff memoranda:
      • JCSM–10882, “Falklands Crisis,” 266
      • JSCM–21382, “Resumption of Military Exports to Argentina,” 395
    • Joint Statement (1971), 1
    • Jones, D., 118
    • Jones, G., 236
    • Jones, Gen. David C.:
      • British military options, 247
      • Documents not declassified, 320
      • Falklands/Malvinas War impacts, 291
      • Haig public statement (Apr. 30, 1982), 195
      • UN negotiations (May–June 1982), 279
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 111, 198, 216
      • U.S. policy options, 76
      • U.S. sanctions against Argentina, 263
    • Jones, George F., 114, 118
    • Juárez Dover, Jorge, 366
    • Kanter, Arnold:
      • Argentine LANDSAT requests, 197
      • Argentine military imports, 214
      • Military situation, 337
      • Shrike missile emergency landing in Brazil, 321
      • U.S.-Argentine postwar relations, 372
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 111, 119, 177, 300, 318
    • Keane, John F., 9
    • Kelly, John H., 430, 438, 451
    • "Kelpers.” See Falklands/Malvinas Islanders.
    • Kennedy, Col. Richard T., 171
    • Kilday, Lowell C., 236, 244, 321, 430, 435, 444, 448, 451
    • Kimmitt, Robert M., 431
    • King, John F., 9
    • Kirk, R., 451
    • Kirkpatrick, Jeane J.:
      • Argentine surrender, 346, 347
      • Face the Nation interview (Apr. 11, 1982), 97
      • Haig public statement (Apr. 30, 1982), 195
      • Haig shuttle diplomacy, 88
      • John Paul II visit to Argentina, 332
      • OAS resolution (595), 412
      • UN General Assembly resolution (1982), 398, 404, 405, 410
      • UN negotiations (May–June 1982), 239, 282, 289, 293, 323, 324
        • Haig discussions, 201
        • Haig memoranda, 237
        • Middendorf-Takacs discussions, 272
        • Miret discussions, 319
        • NSC discussions, 195
        • Pérez de Cuéllar/Ling Qing meetings, 215
        • Roca discussions, 274
        • Special Situation Group discussions, 279
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts (May–June 1982), 292, 313, 335, 347
      • U.S. initial responses, 56
      • U.S. policy options, 76
      • U.S. postwar policy, 360
      • U.S. sanctions against Argentina, 263
    • Kissinger, Henry, 246
    • Knepper, Williams E., 424
    • Koch, Noel C., 54, 56
    • Konner, M., 110
    • Koppel, Ted, 115
    • Kozak, Michael T., 402, 404, 412, 427, 430
    • Kursch, D., 200
    • Nagler, Vice Adm. Gordon R., 86
    • National Intelligence Daily Reports, 19, 32
    • National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), 65, 177, 217
    • National Security Agency (NSA), 206
    • National Security Council (NSC), 195
    • National Security Decision Directives:
      • No. 34, “U.S. Actions in the South Atlantic Crisis,” 263
      • No. 71, “U.S. Policy Toward Latin America in the Wake of the Falklands Crisis,” 416
    • National Security Planning Group (NSPG), 53, 76, 225
    • National Security Study Directives, No. 1082, “U.S. Policy Toward the Americas as a Result of the Falklands Crisis,” 360
    • Newell, Gregory J., 402, 404, 405, 430
    • Nicaragua, 161
    • Nicolaides, Gen. Cristino, 350, 357, 366, 370, 415, 426
    • Nolte, Capt. Ricardo, 44
    • Non-aligned Movement (NAM), 1, 52
    • North, Oliver L., 280, 423
    • North Atlantic Council (NAC), 45
    • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), 233, 278, 291, 384, 424
    • Nott, John:
      • British political situation, 61
      • British South Georgia repossession, 174
      • British White Paper, 418
      • Haig shuttle diplomacy, 81, 98, 124
      • Maritime Exclusion Zone, 77, 78, 80
      • Postwar foreign policy, 358
      • Shrike missile emergency landing in Brazil, 321
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 233, 287, 288, 328
    • Nutting, Gen. Wallace H., 320
    • Saint-Jean, Alfredo Oscar, 350, 357
    • Sanchez, 424
    • Sanchez Mason, Gen., 243
    • Sapia-Bosch, Alfonso F., 316, 353, 359, 381
    • Scanlan, John D., 24, 62, 69, 71, 109, 267
    • Schmidt, Helmut
    • Schmidt, M., 357
    • Schneider, William, Jr., 195, 427
    • Schuette, Keith, 147
    • Schumacher, Edward, 99
    • Seitz, Raymond G.H., 330, 379
    • Senior Interagency Group (SIG), 364
    • Service, Robert E.:
      • Argentine invasion plans, 30, 31, 35, 38
      • Argentine LANDSAT requests, 197
      • Argentine occupation, 43, 45, 59
      • Argentine postwar political situation, 350, 357
      • Argentine prisoners of war, 350, 357
      • Argentine surrender, 346
      • Documents not declassified, 286
      • European Community sanctions against Argentina, 357
      • Haig shuttle diplomacy, 72, 73, 75, 187, 192
      • Latin American responses to Falklands/Malvinas War, 236
      • Shrike missile emergency landing in Brazil, 321
      • UN negotiations (May–June 1982), 246, 249, 272
      • U.S.-Argentine prewar consultations, 13
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts, 25, 35, 348
      • U.S. initial responses, 62
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 51, 60, 177, 184
      • U.S. postwar policy, 345
      • U.S. sanctions against Argentina, 50, 69
    • Shapiro, C.S., 401
    • Sheridan, Jeanne, 1
    • Sheridan, John, 1
    • Sherman, William C., 239
    • Shirley, K., 348
    • Shlaudeman, Harry W.:
      • Argentine invasion plans, 30, 31, 37
      • Argentine political situation and, 55
      • Argentine postwar use of force, possible, 419
      • British-Argentine prewar negotiations, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 16
      • British postwar policies toward Argentina, 383
      • Falklands/Malvinas War impacts, 303
      • General Belgrano strike (May 2, 1982), 217
      • Haig shuttle diplomacy, 80, 153, 179
        • Costa Méndez “airport paper,” 99
        • Galtieri discussions, 181, 193, 194
        • Haig-Costa Méndez discussions, 117, 138
        • Reagan-Thatcher correspondence, 132
        • U.S.-Argentine relations and, 377
      • John Paul II visit to Argentina, 339
      • Military situation, 339
      • Replacement of, 429
      • South Georgia Islands flag-raising incident, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21, 23, 25, 29
      • UN General Assembly resolution (1982), 404
      • U.S.-Argentine postwar relations, 377, 401
      • U.S.-Argentine prewar consultations, 16, 20
      • U.S. citizens in Argentina and, 210
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts:
      • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom, 51
      • U.S. sanctions against Argentina, 193, 388
    • Shoemaker, Capt. Christopher C., 309
    • Shultz, George P.:
    • Sienkiewicz, Stan, 444
    • Simons, Thomas W., Jr., 109
    • Sinclair, Ian, 164, 165, 166
    • Small, Adm. William N., 278, 341
    • Smith, Maj. Gen. Carl R., 233, 241, 245, 392, 396
    • Smith, Keith C.:
      • Argentine invasion plans, 30, 35
      • Argentine LANDSAT requests, 197
      • British postwar policies toward Argentina, 379
      • Franks Committee report, 420
      • Haig shuttle diplomacy, 71, 166
      • Shrike missile emergency landing in Brazil, 321
      • UN General Assembly resolution (1982), 386
      • U.S.-Argentine postwar relations, 401
      • U.S.-Argentine prewar consultations, 13
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts (Mar.–Apr. 1982), 25, 35
      • U.S. sanctions against Argentina, 50
    • Smith, Margaret, 1
    • Smith, N. Shaw, 386, 397, 404, 424, 425, 427
    • Smith, S., 376, 401, 414
    • Smith, William F., 360
    • Snyder, R., 435
    • Sokolosky, D., 67
    • Sommer, Peter R., 431
    • Sorzano, Jose S., 274, 292, 319, 335, 347, 451
    • Sotera, Alfredo, Gen., 428
    • South Georgia Islands (see also South Georgia Islands flag-raising incident):
    • South Georgia Islands flag-raising incident (Mar. 1982):
    • Soviet Union (see also Soviet role under Falklands/Malvinas War), 382
    • Spain, 1
    • Special Committee on Decolonization (Committee of 24) (United Nations), 16
    • Special National Intelligence Estimates:
      • SNIE 21/9182, 87
      • SNIE 90/91382, “Implications of the Falklands Conflict for Territorial Disputes in Latin America,” 382
      • SNIE 91282, “Argentina’s Nuclear Policies in Light of the Falklands Defeat,” 391
    • Special Situation Group, 279, 332
    • Speed, Keith, 418
    • Stanford, Col. John H., 424
    • Stanley, Lt. Col. Dennis, 424
    • State Department crisis management systems, 380
    • Stein, John H., 426
    • Stern, R., 25, 350
    • Stocker, Carol K., 430, 432, 438, 445
    • Stocker, K., 434, 451
    • Stockman, David A., 263, 360
    • Stoessel, Walter J., Jr.:
      • Argentine invasion plans, 38
      • Argentine prisoners of war, 329
      • British political situation, 61
      • Cuban role, 94
      • European Community sanctions against Argentina, 355
      • Falklands/Malvinas War impacts, 327, 367
      • Shrike missile emergency landing in Brazil, 321
      • South Georgia Islands flag-raising incident, 24, 25
      • UN negotiations (May–June 1982), 259, 262, 272, 273, 323
      • U.S.-British prewar consultations, 3
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts:
      • U.S. initial responses, 56
      • U.S. policy options, 70
      • U.S. postwar policy, 387
      • U.S. public opinion, 330
      • U.S. sanctions against Argentina, 68, 69, 329, 374
    • Streator, Edward J., Jr.:
      • Argentine occupation, 48, 58
      • British-Argentine prewar negotiations, 4, 14
      • British NATO forces drawdown, 384
      • British political situation, 58, 66, 223
      • Haig shuttle diplomacy, 79, 80, 81
      • Peruvian peace proposal, 223
      • UN General Assembly resolution (1982), 385
      • UN General Assembly resolution (1983), 433
      • U.S.-British prewar consultations, 3, 10, 17
      • U.S. certification for arms sales to Argentina, 425, 433
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts (May–June 1982), 312
      • U.S. sanctions against Argentina, 66
      • U.S. shuttle diplomacy proposals, 66
    • Suez Canal crisis, 70, 71, 76, 79
    • Swigert, J. W., 236
    • Ulloa Elias, Manuel, 202, 207, 367
    • UN General Assembly resolution (1982), 397
    • UN negotiations (May–June 1982):
      • Eagleburger memoranda, 248, 301
      • Galtieri-Beláunde discussions, 232, 234
      • Haig-Beláunde discussions, 234
      • Haig-Guerreiro discussions, 251
      • Haig-Henderson correspondence, 275
      • Haig-Kirkpatrick discussions, 201
      • Haig memoranda, 237, 271, 281, 293, 304
      • Kirkpatrick memoranda, 239, 282, 289, 323, 324
      • Kirkpatrick-Miret discussions, 319
      • Kirkpatrick-Pérez de Cuéllar/Ling Qing meetings, 215
      • Kirkpatrick-Roca discussions, 274
      • Middendorf-Takacs discussions, 246, 256, 272
      • Middendorf-Zinn discussions, 249
      • NSC discussions, 195
      • Reagan-Thatcher discussions, 257, 326
      • Rentschler/Blair/Fontaine memoranda, 276
      • Security Council Resolution 505, 301
      • Special Situation Group discussions, 279
      • Stoessel-Henderson discussions, 259, 273
      • Stoessel memoranda, 262
      • U.S.-Brazilian discussions, 295
      • Walters memoranda, 310
    • United Kingdom (see also British-Argentine prewar negotiations; Falklands/Malvinas War; Postwar issues; U.S.-British prewar consultations; U.S. military aid to United Kingdom):
    • United Nations (UN) (see also UN General Assembly resolution (1982); UN negotiations (May–June 1982)):
    • Ure, John, 28, 43, 164, 165, 166
    • U.S.-Argentine prewar consultations:
      • Carrington-Haig correspondence, 12, 13
      • Keane-Forrester discussions, 9
      • Shlaudeman-Costa Méndez discussions, 16
      • Shlaudeman memoranda, 20
    • U.S.-British prewar consultations:
      • Carrington-Haig correspondence, 12, 13
      • Christopher memoranda, 2
      • Enders-Luce discussions, 10, 12
      • Haig-Carrington meetings, 3
      • South Georgia Islands flag-raising incident, 17, 18, 20, 22, 23, 27, 28
      • Streator-Luce discussions, 10
      • Streator memoranda, 17
    • U.S. certification for arms sales to Argentina (see also U.S. sanctions against Argentina):
      • Argentine postwar use of force and, 424
      • Casey memoranda, 428
      • Clark memoranda, 394
      • Eagleburger memoranda, 436
      • Enders memoranda, 387, 427
      • Fontaine memoranda, 390
      • JCS memoranda, 395
      • Koch memoranda, 54
      • McFarlane memoranda, 437
      • Motley/Burt/Howe memoranda, 444
      • Motley memoranda, 435
      • Shlaudeman memoranda, 388
      • Shultz memoranda, 394, 437
      • U.S.-Argentine communications:
        • Bush-Alfonsin discussions, 442
        • Enders-Onslow communications, 386, 425
        • Motley-Garcia del Solar discussions, 429
      • U.S.-British communications:
      • West memoranda, 396
    • U.S. diplomatic efforts:
      • Mar.–Apr. 1982:
        • Blair memoranda, 34
        • CIA reports, 63
        • Enders/Holmes memoranda, 35
        • Enders/Scanlan memoranda, 24
        • Iklé memoranda, 54
        • Shlaudeman memoranda, 18, 23
        • Shlaudeman-Williams discussions, 30
        • U.S.-Argentine communications:
          • Haig-Takacs discussions, 39
          • Reagan-Galtieri communications, 40, 41, 54
          • Shlaudeman-Costa Méndez discussions, 25, 29, 31
          • Shlaudeman-Galtieri discussions, 37
          • Stoessel-Takacs discussions, 25
        • U.S.-British communications:
          • Haig-Carrington correspondence, 27
          • Haig-Henderson discussions, 30, 31, 46
          • Reagan-Thatcher correspondence, 28, 34, 36, 42
          • Stoessel-Henderson discussions, 25
      • May–June 1982 (see also Peruvian peace proposal under Falklands/Malvinas War; UN negotiations (May–June 1982)):
        • Argentine perceptions, 313
        • Bailey memoranda, 226
        • Burt memoranda, 283, 312
        • Eagleburger memoranda, 248
        • Enders memoranda, 201, 261, 267
        • Fontaine/Shoemaker/Childress memoranda, 309
        • Haig memoranda, 271, 281, 298
        • Louis memoranda, 199
        • Reagan-Figueiredo correspondence, 338
        • Reagan public statement (May 13, 1982), 270, 272
        • Rentschler/Blair/fontaine memoranda, 218, 276
        • State Department draft proposal (May 28, 1982), 308, 314
        • Summit proposals, 299, 305
        • U.S.-Argentine communications:
          • Enders-Takacs discussions, 316
          • Kirkpatrick-Listre discussions, 335
          • Kirkpatrick-Miret discussions, 292
          • Walters-Miret discussions, 305
          • Walters mission, 253, 254, 272
        • U.S.-British communications:
      • Postwar (see also UN General Assembly resolution (1982)):
        • Eagleburger memoranda, 355
        • Haig memoranda, 348, 356
        • Reagan-Thatcher correspondence, 352
        • Rentschler/Blair/Fontaine memoranda, 353
        • Stoessel memoranda, 331
        • U.S.-Argentine discussions, 347
        • U.S.-British communications, 352
    • U.S. military aid to United Kingdom:
    • U.S. sanctions against Argentina (see also U.S. certification for arms sales to Argentina):
      • Burt/Enders memoranda, 345
      • Burt memoranda, 200
      • Clark memoranda, 70, 375, 394
      • Eagleburger memoranda, 84, 355, 369
      • Enders/Holmes memoranda, 50
      • Fontaine memoranda, 390
      • Haig memoranda, 57, 370
      • Instatement of, 196
      • National Security Decision Directives, 263
      • NSC discussions, 195
      • Sapia-Bosch memoranda, 359
      • Scanlan/Enders/Hormats memoranda, 69
      • Shlaudeman-Galtieri discussions, 193
      • Shlaudeman memoranda, 388
      • Shultz memoranda, 394
      • Stoessel memoranda, 374
      • Streator memoranda, 66
      • U.S.-British communications:
        • Haig-Henderson discussions, 46
        • Haig-Pym correspondence, 191, 329
        • Reagan-Thatcher correspondence, 68, 219
        • Shultz-Pym communications, 379, 393
      • U.S. communications with Latin American countries, 204, 229
      • Watkins memoranda, 395
      • West memoranda, 396
    • Waldheim, Kurt, 4
    • Wall, J. Stephen, 84, 164, 165, 166
    • Walser, R., 421
    • Walters, Lt. Gen. Vernon A. “Dick”:
      • Argentine officers disagreement, 243
      • Haig shuttle diplomacy:
      • Soviet role, 279
      • UN negotiations (May–June 1982), 246, 272, 310
      • U.S. communications with Latin American countries, 122
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts, May–June 1982, 253, 254, 272, 305
    • War Powers Resolution (1973), 171
    • Warne, W.R., 2
    • Watkins, Adm. James D., 395
    • Watson, Kathryn, 1
    • Watson, Rear Adm. Thomas C., 108
    • Wayne, E. Anthony, 147, 397, 398
    • Weinberger, Caspar W. “Cap”:
    • Wenick, Martin A., 444
    • West, Francis J., Jr., 65, 67, 396
    • Wharton, R., 401
    • Wheeler, Col. Michael O., 195, 424
    • Wheelock, Jaime, 90
    • Whitelaw, William, 312
    • Whitmore, Clive, 361
    • Whitney, Ray, 446
    • Whittemore, Clive, 81
    • Wick, Charles Z., 360
    • Wilcox, P.C., 38
    • Willcox, B., 35
    • Williams, Anthony:
      • Ambassadorial appointment, 1
      • British-Argentine prewar negotiations, 7
      • South Georgia Islands flag-raising incident, 15, 18, 20, 21, 23
      • U.S. diplomatic efforts (Mar. –Apr. 1982), 30
    • Williams, James A., 247
    • Williams, Lt. Gen. James A., 160, 426
    • Williams, T., 156
    • World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development), 114
    • Wright, Sir J. Oliver, 393, 394, 398, 403, 432, 449
    • Young, Janet, 438
    • Youngquist, Debbie, 1
    • Youngquist, Don, 1