George F. Kennan

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n George F. Kennan United States diplomat who recommended a policy of containment in dealing with Soviet aggression (1904-2005)
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Usage

In literature:

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
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In news:

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.
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