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Oct 16, 1973 Richard Nixon Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report on the International Educational and Cultural Exchange Program.
form of people-to-people diplomacy. All of these elements are …
Apr 24, 1974 Richard Nixon Special Message to the Congress Transmitting Proposed Legislation for Funding of Foreign Assistance Programs in Fiscal Year 1975
a vital complement to our diplomacy in maintaining the momentum …
Mar 13, 1974 Richard Nixon Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.
in the history of American diplomacy-both by our traditions and …
Oct 24, 1973 Richard Nixon Veto of the War Powers Resolution
ability to exercise quiet diplomacy backed by subtle shifts in …
Mar 04, 1969 Richard Nixon The President's News Conference
about the limits of personal diplomacy in settling great differences …
Apr 18, 1969 Richard Nixon The President's News Conference
national security and our diplomacy throughout the world. I analyzed … capability which would make our diplomacy not credible in the Pacific …
Feb 17, 1971 Richard Nixon The President's News Conference
will continue to pursue the diplomacy for a primary reason, the …
Sep 13, 1960 Richard Nixon Excerpts From Remarks by Vice President Richard Nixon, Lloyd Center, Portland, OR
strength. We need a firm diplomacy, one that is firm without … military strength, policy, and diplomacy; we are going to have to …
Sep 13, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks of Vice President Nixon, Clark County Courthouse, Vancouver, WA
that we must be firm in our diplomacy without being belligerent …
Sep 14, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks of Vice President Richard M. Nixon, University of North Dakota Field House, Grand Forks, ND
it must be combined with diplomacy, which is also strongdiplomacy, which not only averts war … do I mean by that kind of diplomacy? I think I could sum it up … with two adjectives: the diplomacy of the United States in the …
Sep 16, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks of Vice President Nixon, Sunnyside Park, Atlantic, IA
kind. And so this kind of diplomacy must go along with our armed … we've got to have a firm diplomacy; we also have to avoid belligerence …
Sep 16, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks of Vice President Nixon, Town Square, Council Bluffs, IA
militarily, we must also keep the diplomacy in which we deal with the …
Sep 20, 1960 Richard Nixon Excerpts from Remarks by the Vice President, Central High School, Bay City, MI
follow? We will see that the diplomacy that we have in these critical … not have wise and strong diplomacy your power can mean nothing … economic strength, and firm diplomacy without belligerency, but …
Sep 22, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks of Vice President Nixon, Civic Center, St. Joseph, MO
ahead. Second: America's diplomacy must be firm. What do I mean …
Sep 28, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks of Vice President Nixon, Mid-Island Plaza Shopping Center, Hicksville, NY
got to have a firm, strong diplomacy. Firm without being belligerent …
Oct 01, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks of the Vice President, Memorial Hall, Canton, OH
need, also, strength in our diplomacy. By strength indiplomacy, as I mentioned a moment …
Sep 29, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Remarks by the Vice President, Merrimack Common, Manchester, NH
economic power. I should mention diplomacy. What kind ofdiplomacy do we need? It must be firmdiplomacy. It must be nonbelligerent …
Sep 30, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Remarks by the Vice President, Municipal Auditorium, Bangor, ME
What else do we need We need diplomacy that is firm, without being … without being belligerent, diplomacy that will always go the extra … negotiating to reduce tensions, but diplomacy that will never be taken …
Oct 04, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Remarks of the Vice President, Winfield Scott Hotel, Elizabeth, NJ
and free. We will have our diplomacy firm, but without belligerence …
Oct 05, 1960 Richard Nixon Remarks of the Vice President at Fordham University, Bronx Gym, Bronx, NY
must be firm, always, in its diplomacy. We must always be willing … We've got to have a firm diplomacy, as I have indicated. But …
Oct 05, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of the Remarks of the Vice President in the Garment District, New York, NY
essential that we keep firm diplomacy. Oh, it would be much easier … you we will be firm in our diplomacy. We will be fair, but we …
Oct 06, 1960 Richard Nixon Excerpts of Remarks by the Vice President, War Memorial Square, Nashville, TN
strong. It means keeping our diplomacy firm, but without being belligerent …
Oct 08, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Remarks by the Vice President, Mary E. Sawyer Auditorium, La Crosse, WI
to it that this country's diplomacy will be firm, without being …
Oct 08, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of the Remarks of the Vice President, Airport, Rochester, MN
direction. We will keep the diplomacy of this country firm and …
Oct 10, 1960 Richard Nixon Partial Transcript of Remarks by the Vice President, Northern Hotel, Street Crowd, Billings, MT
going to see to it that the diplomacy of this country is firm …