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George F. Kennan is one of the most defining figures in twentieth-century diplomatic history. His name is best known as the author of a "long telegram" written in February 1946 and as the spiritual father...

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Book subcategory Biographies, CV's
Author George F. Kennan
Publisher Antall József Tudásközpont
Year of publication 2020

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George F. Kennan is one of the most defining figures in twentieth-century diplomatic history. His name is best known as the author of a "long telegram" written in February 1946 and as the spiritual father of the policy of "arrest" that defined American thinking during the Cold War. Because of the latter, he is widely regarded as an "American shell" or a down-to-earth realist, even though the American diplomat, who is at home in the Russian language and culture and did not intend to arrest him by military deterrence.

It is also clear from the Memoirs that Kennan is not merely a matter-of-fact strategist and a calm foreign policy planner: his vivid and sensitive descriptions often elevate recollection to fictional heights. We can experience what a lonely mission it was to be an American ambassador to Stalin, how painful isolation can be and the frustrating windmill struggle; we can find out how the Russian people endured the terror and how much they believed in communist propaganda; we can understand why the Americans did nothing more against the Sovietization of Eastern Europe; but it also sheds light on why one of the most important and often misunderstood aspects of a country’s foreign policy is the culture of that country.

George F. Kennan (1904-2005) American diplomat, strategic thinker. In 1946, as deputy ambassador to Moscow, he wrote the famous "long telegram," which became the foundation of U.S. Cold War policy. In 1947-1948, he led the Political Planning Group and was involved in the development of the European Reconstruction Program (Marshall Plan) and the transformation of the Japanese occupation system. In 1952, President Truman appointed him ambassador to the Soviet Union, and then six months later the Stalinist dictatorship expelled him from the country. In 1957, he gave the famous and controversial Reith performances on the BBC. Under the Kennedy administration, from 1961 to 1963, he was U.S. ambassador to Yugoslavia. Until his death in 2005, he has written seventeen historical and political monographs and numerous articles with which he still has a significant influence on American public policy thinking about foreign policy.

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