George F. Kennan and Philip E. Mosely and the other men associated with them in the Council on Foreign Relations are not ignorant fools.
"The Invisible Government" by Dan Smoot
George F Kennan and the Origins of Containment, 1944–1946: The Kennan–Lukacs Correspondence with an introduction by John Lukacs University of Missouri Press, 85 pp.
An introduction to the diaries of George F Kennan.
John Lewis Gaddis' 2011 biography George F. Kennan is professionally documented and highly readable.
On George F Kennan The Nation.
When the former diplomat and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer George F Kennan died in 2005, obituary writers were quick to proclaim him one of the most influential Americans of his age.
An introduction to the diaries of George F Kennan .
The document that follows is an analysis of the Soviet Union written in August 1932 by George F Kennan, then a twenty-eight-year-old member of the Foreign Service, stationed in Riga, Latvia.
Speaking as a Presbyterian and also as a diplomat who has served in Berlin, Vienna, Prague, Riga, Lisbon, Moscow, and Washington, George F Kennan addresses the Christian responsibility in international life.