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Russian Trade with the United StatesFeb. 14, 1924
Russian-American RelationsNov. 3, 1931
Soviet-American Political and Trade RelationsFeb. 24, 1933
American and British Relations with RussiaApr. 1, 1943
Arctic DefensesJul. 31, 1946
Loyalty in GovernmentSep. 11, 1946
Trade with RussiaApr. 28, 1948
Mediterranean Pact and Near East SecurityApr. 20, 1949
Non-Military Weapons in Cold-War OffensiveApr. 12, 1951
East-West TradeJun. 17, 1953
Negotiating with the RedsSep. 18, 1953
Tests of Allied UnityDec. 1, 1953
Peaceful CoexistenceNov. 26, 1954
Economic Cold WarJan. 11, 1956
Trading with CommunistsJul. 25, 1956
Indirect AggressionFeb. 20, 1957
Military DisengagementFeb. 26, 1958
Cold War PropagandaMay 14, 1958
Limited WarJul. 23, 1958
Conference DiplomacyAug. 11, 1958
Cultural Exchanges with Soviet RussiaJul. 3, 1959
American-Soviet TradeSep. 2, 1959
Challenged Monroe DoctrineAug. 10, 1960
Russia and United NationsMar. 29, 1961
East-West NegotiationsOct. 11, 1961
Non-Aggression Pacts and Surprise AttackSep. 11, 1963
Trade with the CommunistsOct. 3, 1963
Scientific Cooperation with the Soviet UnionNov. 13, 1963
Negotiations with CommunistsApr. 21, 1965
Indian Ocean PolicyMar. 10, 1971
Trading with Communist NationsFeb. 9, 1972
Russia's Diplomatic OffensiveApr. 5, 1972
Trends in U.S.-Soviet RelationsMay 25, 1973
Controlling Scientific InformationJul. 9, 1982
U.S.-Soviet SummitryNov. 1, 1985
Soviet Trade: In America's Best Interest?Feb. 10, 1989
The Western Alliance After the Cold WarSep. 14, 1990
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