• Robert Dallek, a Johnson biographer, evaluates the president as a world leader.
• Thomas A. Schwartz reexamines Johnson's policies toward Europe, concluding that those policies were "among the most important achievements of his presidency."
• John Prados argues that Johnson deserves more credit for the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT) than he has previously been given.
• William O. Walker, III, analyzes the relationship between the United States and Cuba during Johnson's presidency.
• Peter Felten explains the complicated tangle of U.S.-Dominican relations and Johnson's role in establishing the parameters of U.S. policy.
• In "Nasser Delenda Est," Douglas Little examines the principal Middle Eastern crisis of the Johnson years, the Six Day War.
• Robert J. McMahon investigates American relations with three Asian allies: Pakistan, Thailand, and the Philippines.
In Beyond Vietnam: The Foreign Policies of Lyndon Johnson, Brands offers scholars of the presidency and American foreign policy a compelling new look at the foreign policies of the Johnson presidency.
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