IN CONFIDENCE: Moscow’s Ambassador to America’s Six Cold War Presidents. User Review – Kirkus. Dobrynin, Soviet ambassador to the US from to. Anatoly Dobrynin arrived in Washington in He was only forty-three, the youngest man ever to serve as Soviet ambassador to the United States. Amazingly. ANATOLY DOBRYNIN’S “In Confidence” is surely the most revealing account of the 40 years of the cold war to have come out of Russia. On the.

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Carol rated it it was amazing Jul 17, My Diplomatic Career Begins. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Desertfox rated it really liked it Dec 19, Get to Know Us. An interesting perspective on the Cold War. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.

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In Confidence: Moscow’s Ambassador to Six Cold War Presidents by Anatoly Dobrynin

Confidencr clearly loved being Soviet Ambassador to the US, particularly during the Nixon administation when Dobrynin had his famous “back channel” with Kissinger. Now we can read what Soviet diplomats really thought. Bill Radcliff rated it anaatoly was amazing Mar 25, Perhaps I am being too harsh and should have rated the book on what it is instead of what it is not.


Unlike Dobrynin, the people of the Soviet Union could not attend lavish parties, read, travel or speak freely. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Anatoly Dobrynin gives an unrivaled account of his time as Soviet Ambassador to Washington from the Kennedy to the Reagan Administration. Dobrynin blames Gorbachev for diplomatic blunders that led to the fall dibrynin the Soviet Union. Be the first to discover new talent!

I’d like to read this book on Kindle Cinfidence have a Kindle? Aug 09, Will James added it. Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. Ships from and sold by Amazon.

I read the sections on how the Soviets thought about the Afghan War. No trivia or quizzes yet. Vu K rated it liked it Jun 25, Elizabette rated it really liked it Sep 28, A bit dated in its conclusion the end of the Soviet Union and pre-Putin rise of Russian democracybut an absolutely breathtaking cnofidence in its detail.

Dobryninn to Book Page. He met 6 presidents and can discuss them with first hand knowledge of their style and also their reactions they caused in Moscow.

Dobynin’s tone in his memoir is smooth and his book is well-written. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.

NataliaKuzn rated it it was amazing Feb 17, Open Preview See a Problem? I enjoyed this read, but it is not a true history. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I dnf’d it since I had to return it to the library, but I will ultimately probably buy a copy of this book and finish it that way where I can leave it on my shelf for a year and pick it up pages at a time.


Jeff rated it liked it Dec 30, Highly recommended for larger public and all academic libraries.

In Confidence: Moscow’s Ambassador to Six Cold War Presidents

Vasile Baltac rated it really liked it Nov 25, En Confianza Anatoly Dobrynin No preview available – To ask other readers questions about In Confidenceplease sign up. Gjabbar rated it really liked it Apr 09, For that purpose, this is excellent. The Twentieth Day of January.

You’re not going to get a lot of detail on the major confidece such as Cuba or Vietnam, but you do get to learn how the talks worked – or didn’t work confidenec in the behind the scenes discussions between the two countries regarding said events. The Natural Instability of Markets: This channel bypassed much of the traditional foreign policy-making bureaucracy of both countries and allowed for greater flexibility among negotiators.