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In his new book The Brothers, Stephen Kinzer makes a convincing argument that two American brothers, John Foster Dulles and Allen Dulles, were in large. In his detailed, well-constructed and highly readable book, Stephen Kinzer, formerly a foreign correspondent for The New York Times and now. In his new book, The Brothers, journalist Stephen Kinzer says the Dulles' John Foster Dulles (right) is greeted by his brother Allen Welsh.
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Meet 'The Brothers' Who Shaped U.S. Policy, Inside And Out
Stephen kinnser the brothers Foster was reserved, starchily correct and a loyal husband. Allan was a charmer, warm and engaging, and a womanizer. Allen had some nuance, John Foster was Manichean.
Both worked for the global law firm Sullivan and Cromwell which had extensive investment in Germany in the thirties. Allen could see Hitler was evil and trouble in the early thirties. Allen challenged his brother asking him how he could support Hitler and call himself a Christian. John Foster, doing the bidding of Joe McCarthy, decimated the State Department, eliminating anyone with differing views including the old China hands with Asian expertise, leaving no one who could challenge his clueless Viet Nam policy.
He took the lead at the National Security Council ensuring it too saw in every indigenous movement the hand of the Soviet Union and international communist conspiracy. Convinced Iran was headed into the Soviet orb, the brothers put operatives in Tehran, toppled the elected government and put in the Shah to protect British oil interests and sell a huge Sullivan and Cromwell development deal.
The Brothers: John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles & Their Secret World War by Stephen Kinzer
They moved on to Guatemala to protect another Sullivan and Cromwell client, United Fruit, stephen kinnser the brothers treated their local workers practically as slaves. Putting the arrogant hapless Diem in South Viet Nam, the US took over from the French and began a policy which culminated in the disastrous war a decade later.
In all of these cases the brothers made up cover stories depicting local freedom fighters fending off communist takeovers. The public bought it.
They were very worried about radical change. They felt that the world could go crazy if it didn't allow business to function freely.
As far as they were concerned, conditioned by their decades defending the biggest American multinational corporations [when they were corporate lawyers], the world economy, the security and happiness of stephen kinnser the brothers the world's people depended on the ability of American corporations to function freely in the world.
That communism would not only seek to restrict American corporations, but that it actually doubted the efficacy, the entire concept of private enterprise and multinational corporate activity, was something horrifying to them. He teaches journalism and foreign policy at Boston University.
Interview: Stephen Kinzer, Author Of 'The Brothers' : NPR
Countries that emerged and decided that they didn't want to side with the United States stephen kinnser the brothers the Cold War and didn't want to be involved in the Cold War, seemed to the Dulles brothers to be tools of the Kremlin.
They completely failed to understand the nature of third-world nationalism. You had hundreds of millions of people in Africa, Asia and even in Latin America emerging from colonialism.
They were looking for a place in this tumultuous world. The Dulles brothers couldn't see that; they assumed that all these neutralist and nationalist movements were part of the Kremlin strategy.
The Brothers: John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles & Their Secret World War
Putting the arrogant hapless Diem in South Viet Nam, the US took over from the French and began a policy which culminated in the disastrous war a decade later.
In all of these cases the brothers stephen kinnser the brothers up cover stories depicting local freedom fighters fending off communist takeovers. The public bought it.