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Oct 16, 1981 Ronald Reagan Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session at a Working Luncheon With Out-of-Town Editors
Sep 21, 1983 Ronald Reagan Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Regional Editors and Broadcasters on Domestic and Foreign Policy Issues
tirelessly to achieve it through diplomacy, but our participation in …
Dec 02, 1983 Ronald Reagan Question-and-Answer Session With High School Students on Domestic and Foreign Policy Issues
in what I've called quiet diplomacy. For example, if you make … practice what was called gunboat diplomacy—our own friends and neighbors …
Sep 26, 1984 Ronald Reagan Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio
days gone by and gunboat diplomacy, our friends and neighbors …
Oct 28, 1988 Ronald Reagan Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session at a World Affairs Council Luncheon in Los Angeles, California
private but especially public diplomacy, the cause of democratic …
Jan 26, 1983 Ronald Reagan Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Members of the Massachusetts High Technology Council in Bedford
a believer in more quiet diplomacy—but we have had our people …
Sep 20, 1984 Ronald Reagan Remarks at a Community Picnic in Fairfax, Iowa
that kind of lightswitch diplomacy were America's farmers. So …
Sep 06, 1984 Ronald Reagan Remarks at the International Convention of B'nai B'rith
fundamental consequences for our diplomacy in an environment of widespread …
Aug 24, 1984 Ronald Reagan Remarks at the National Convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Chicago, Illinois
there can be no effective diplomacy, no meaningful negotiations …
Nov 13, 1984 Ronald Reagan Toasts of the President and the Grand Duke of Luxembourg at the State Dinner
memorable roles in world diplomacy. Over the years, relations …
Feb 20, 1985 Ronald Reagan Toasts of the President and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher of the United Kingdom at a Dinner at the British Embassy
have been a few changes in diplomacy since then. [Laughter] And …
Mar 31, 1987 Ronald Reagan Toasts at the State Dinner for Prime Minister Jacques Chirac of France
personify the bonds between us in diplomacy, in culture and commerce …
Jun 08, 1982 Ronald Reagan Toasts of the President and Queen Elizabeth II at a Dinner Honoring the President at Windsor Castle in England
bounds of statesmanship and diplomacy. We greatly admire the drive …
Feb 18, 1982 Ronald Reagan Remarks at a White House Dinner Honoring the Chiefs of Diplomatic Missions
ambassadors in the art of diplomacy by saying, "Keep a good table … behavior, synonymous with diplomacy, become indispensable tools … other, let us be mindful that diplomacy is a cherished institution …
Jun 20, 1984 Ronald Reagan Message to the Congress Transmitting the Annual Report on Federal Advisory Committees
environmental issues, international diplomacy, as well as economic, social …
Feb 25, 1986 Ronald Reagan Message to the Congress Transmitting a Request for Assistance for the Nicaraguan Democratic Resistance
objectives. Without power, diplomacy lacks leverage. The Sandinistas …
Apr 11, 1986 Ronald Reagan Message to the Congress Transmitting the Annual Report on International Activities in Science and Technology
played a prominent role in our diplomacy. The United States is increasingly … a meaningful role in the diplomacy of the United States. Through …
Mar 14, 1986 Ronald Reagan Message to the Congress on Freedom, Regional Security, and Global Peace
interests without an active diplomacy backed by American economic … stable environment in which diplomacy can be effective, in which …
Mar 19, 1986 Ronald Reagan Message to the Congress on United States Assistance for the Nicaraguan Democratic Resistance
approve this assistance if diplomacy is to have a chance. Accordingly … conclusion, I must stress that our diplomacy cannot succeed without the …
Oct 17, 1984 Ronald Reagan Letter to the Speaker of the House and the Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the Situation in Cyprus
remain convinced that quiet diplomacy and a mutual spirit of compromise …
Oct 01, 1987 Ronald Reagan Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Transmitting a Report on Apartheid in South Africa
period of active and creative diplomacy-bilaterally as well as in … period of active and creative diplomacy bilaterally as well as in …
Dec 02, 1987 Ronald Reagan Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President of the Senate Transmitting a Report on Soviet Noncompliance With Arms Control Agreements
and private arms control diplomacy is the recent Soviet treatment …
Sep 19, 1983 Ronald Reagan Letter Accepting the Resignation of John J. Louis, Jr., as United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom
and enthusiasm for creative diplomacy. There is a refreshing candor …
Jan 16, 1984 Ronald Reagan Letter Accepting the Resignation of David R. Gergen as Assistant to the President for Communications
shown that vigorous public diplomacy can be an important asset …
Sep 18, 1987 Ronald Reagan Letter Accepting the Resignation of Beryl W. Sprinkel as Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers
speeches, as well as quiet diplomacy, and I have watched with …