One of the Nixon Administration’s geopolitical innovations was its willingness to collaborate with communist regimes in order to advance mutual interests. This was demonstrated notably in the Balkans, wherein American policy makers furnished aid to the independent socialist state of Yugoslavia to counter Soviet interests in the region.
Kent, Robert 'Bo'
"Banking On Belgrade: Nixon’s Foreign Aid Policy With Yugoslavia (1970-1974),"
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