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(doʊˈbri nɪn, -ˈbrɪn ɪn)

Anatoly F(edorovich), born 1919, Russian diplomat.
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Method C* (g/dL) [C.sub.e](g/dL) Carreau 0.12 -- Dobrynin 0.21 1.06 Plot of 0.21 -- [[eta].sub.sp] and C[[eta]] Desbrieres 0.23 1.08 The low value of C* is related to the high number of interactions of chitosan chains, which means that there are inter- and intra-molecular associations, even at these low concentrations.
This, coupled with a pledge conveyed in person by Robert Kennedy to Soviet Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin that the Jupiter missiles would be removed anon but that this must remain a secret component of the settlement, resulted in Khrushchev backing down.
Henry Kissinger (his security advisor), Anatoly Dobrynin (then Soviet ambassador in Washington), and Admiral Elmo Zumwalt (then Chief of Naval Operations), and in the newspaper columns of Jack Anderson regarding the deliberations of the American government's decision-making body known as the Washington Special Action Group.
The Soviet ambassador to the United States, Anatoly Dobrynin, claims that Carter's asymmetric deep arms cuts proposals in the spring of 1977 and a very public human rights campaign targeting the Soviet Union contributed to the president's initial problem with Moscow.
Warnke's instructions during negotiations and Vance's instructions when he met with Soviet Ambassador Dobrynin or Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko were given by Brzezinski (Garthoff 1985, 811; Brzezinski 1983, 166-67).
Ambassador, Anatoly Dobrynin, remarked to him in 1972 that their countries had missed a golden opportunity to defuse the cold war in the late fifties.
Thompson and Soviet ambassador Anatoliy E Dobrynin with Kennedy's oral statement attached, September 13,1963, FRUS, vol.
In an interview The New York Times published October 28, Anatoly Dobrynin, a key foreign policy adviser, indicated that Moscow had wanted assurance of a "full discussion" with Reagan on both these matters if Gorbachev came to Washington for a summit.
In a letter presented to Robert Kennedy in a meeting with Ambassador Dobrynin on April 3, Khrushchev rejected the American position with very rude language, accusing the American government of treating the Soviet Union as a second-class power.(46) The Kennedy administration interpreted the outburst as a sign of the chairman's political vulnerability, facing domestic and Chinese criticism.
If the circumspect and rather conciliatory foreign policy being pursued by Gorbachev and his new foreign policy team (Eduard Shevardnadze, Anatoly Dobrynin, Aleksandr Yakovlev and Vadim Medvedev) does not succeed in stopping or controlling the development of the Strategic Defense Initiative, perceived in the Soviet Union as a way for the United States to obtain a new generation of offensive as well as defensive weapons, Gorbachev's stock with the military will fall dangerously low.