Washington's Favorite Russian

Kondracke, Morton
November 1977
New Republic;11/19/77, Vol. 177 Issue 21, p19
Presents information on Russian ambassador Anatoly Fedorovich Dobrynin. Explanation for his high standing in society; Report on the career of Dobrynin as an ambassador to Washington; Reputation and influence in the U.S.; Opinion that Dobrynin is a manipulator, who tells Americans what they want to hear and poses as a good guy for diplomatic advantage.


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