Robert Endicott Osgood papers
- Osgood, Robert Endicott, 1921-1986 (Person)
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Osgood also served on the senior staff of the National Security Council under Henry A. Kissinger from 1969 to 1970 and on the State Department's Policy Planning Council from July 1983 to July 1985.
Osgood also taught at the Naval War College, the Salzburg (Austria) Seminar in American Studies, and was the NATO Visiting Professor at the University of Manchester, England. Osgood was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Atlantic Council of the U.S., and the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
Osgood's areas of expertise included U.S. foreign policy, national strategic issues, and the Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI). Among his publications were: Ideals and Self-Interest in American's Foreign Relations (1953), Limited War (1957), NATO: The Entangling Alliance (1962), Force, Order and Justice with Robert W. Tucker (1967), Alliances and American Foreign Policy (1968), Japan and the United States in Asia with George R. Packard III and John Badgley (1968), America and the World, Vol I (From the Truman Doctrine to Vietnam) with Robert W. Tucker (1969), The Weary and the Wary: U.S. and Japanese Security Policies in Transition (1972), America and the World, Vol II (Retreat from Empire?: The First Nixon Administration) with Robert W. Tucker, New Era in Ocean Politics with Ann Hollick (1974), Toward a National Ocean Policy: 1976 and Beyond with Ann Hollick, Charles Pearson, and James Orr (1976), Limited War Revisited (1979), and Containment, Soviet Behavior, and Grand Strategy (1981).
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