Anatoly Dobrynin arrived in Washington in 1962. He was only forty-three, the youngest man ever to serve as Soviet ambassador to the United States. Amazingly he remained in Washington through the presidencies of Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, and Reagan.
Anatoly Dobrynin arrived in Washington in 1962. Dobrynin became the main back channel for the White House and the Kremlin to exchange ideas, negotiate in secret, and set up summit meetings. This arrangement became known as the confidential channel.
Anatoly Dobrynin arrived in Washington in 1962 - at 43 the youngest man ever to serve as Soviet Ambassador to. .
Anatoly Dobrynin arrived in Washington in 1962 - at 43 the youngest man ever to serve as Soviet Ambassador to the United States - and remained through the presidencies of Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, and Reagan. Dobrynin became the main channel for the White House and the Kremlin to exchange ideas, negotiate in secret, and arrange summit meetings. Dobrynin writes vividly of Moscow from inside the Politburo, but In Confidence is mainly a story of Washington at the highest levels.
Anatoly Dobrynin arrived in Washington, . Whilst some of his analysis of some of the major events of the 1960s, 70s and 80s are only skin deep (such as the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan), Dobrynin more than makes up for it with his own personal take on the policies and personalities that dominated both American and Soviet foreign relations during the period, especially in.
His book, In Confidence: Moscow's Ambassador to Six Cold War Presidents, was published in 1995. Dobrynin died in Moscow on 6 April 2010. It was last reprinted in 2001 as. ISBN 0-295-98081-8. In a telegram to Dobrynin's family, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev paid tribute to Dobrynin, stating: Anatoly Dobrynin, a talented and memorable figure, professional of the highest calibre and legend of Russian diplomacy has left us. His name is associated with a whole epoch in Russian and global foreign policy.
Dobrynin, a close associate of . Dobrynin was the USSR's point man in the US through six presidents. His memoirs here include the Soviet reactions to many famous incidents, including the Cuban Missile Crisis and the shootdown of Korean Air Lines flight 007.
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Anatoly F. Dobrynin, the Soviet ambassador to Washington from 1962 to 1986, whose behind-the-scenes diplomacy was . A Dobrynin memoir, In Confidence: Moscow’s Ambassador to Six Cold War Presidents, appeared in 1995.
He was 90. News agencies throughout Europe, including Itar-Tass, reported that he died on Tuesday. Mr. Dobrynin is survived by his wife of 68 years, Irina; a daughter, Yelena; and a granddaughter, Yekaterina. Anatoly Fyodorovich Dobrynin was born on Nov.
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