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May 06, 1983 Ronald Reagan Remarks at the Annual Members Banquet of the National Rifle Association in Phoenix, Arizona
Through diligent and patient diplomacy, we're proving once again …
Jul 08, 1983 Ronald Reagan Appointment of Two Special Assistants to the President for National Security Affairs
relations and an M.A. in law and diplomacy from the Fletcher School …
Jul 18, 1983 Ronald Reagan Remarks at the Quadrennial Convention of the International Longshoremen's Association in Hollywood, Florida
outstanding in the field of diplomacy, virtually a legend in that …
Jul 21, 1983 Ronald Reagan Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters on Domestic and Foreign Policy Issues
call a kind of a gunboat diplomacy approach? The President … a distinguished record in diplomacy. I believe he is exceptionally …
Aug 11, 1983 Ronald Reagan Proclamation 5082—200th Anniversary of the Signing of the Treaty of Paris
in the history of American diplomacy. The Treaty of Paris was …
Aug 15, 1983 Ronald Reagan Remarks at the Annual Convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in New Orleans, Louisiana
1982, thanks to the American diplomacy that went to work in the …
Aug 27, 1983 Ronald Reagan Radio Address to the Nation on the Situation in the Middle East
by creative and persistent diplomacy. Those risks can be overcome …
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 …
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 …
Sep 26, 1983 Ronald Reagan Address Before the 38th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, New York
encouragement of international diplomacy, the United States recognizes … everything we can to let diplomacy triumph. Diplomacy, the most …
Oct 27, 1983 Ronald Reagan Address to the Nation on Events in Lebanon and Grenada
It allows the hard work of diplomacy to go forward. Indeed, without …
Nov 04, 1983 Ronald Reagan Nomination of Robert Francis Kane To Be United States Ambassador to Ireland
the administration's public diplomacy effort on European arms control …
Nov 11, 1983 Ronald Reagan Interview With Representatives of NHK Television in Tokyo, Japan
mean not just the people of diplomacy and government that I had … just one that is framed in diplomacy, but an understanding of …
Nov 12, 1983 Ronald Reagan Remarks at a Reception for Korean Community Leaders in Seoul
adhere to the discipline of diplomacy, rather than indulging in …
Nov 14, 1983 Ronald Reagan Joint Statement Following Meetings With President Chun Doo Hwan of the Republic of Korea
important leaders in economics, diplomacy, and politics. Both Presidents … increasingly active international diplomacy of the Republic of Korea …
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 …
Dec 15, 1983 Ronald Reagan Remarks of the President and Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau of Canada Following Their Meeting
characterized by "megaphone diplomacy." In Brussels last week … week, there was no megaphone diplomacy. There was a call for dialog …
Jan 06, 1984 Ronald Reagan Statement Following a Meeting With the Chief of the United States Delegation to the Conference on Confidence and Security Building Measures and Disarmament in Europe
World War II, and Western diplomacy in the "Helsinki process" …
Jan 16, 1984 Ronald Reagan Interview With Lou Cannon, David Hoffman, and Juan Williams of the Washington Post on Foreign and Domestic Issues
sent there—his shuttle diplomacy and the successes that he …
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 …
Mar 02, 1984 Ronald Reagan Appointment of Henry A. Kissinger as a Member of the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board
Studies and professor of diplomacy at the School of Foreign …
Mar 19, 1984 Ronald Reagan Written Responses to Questions Submitted by Le Monde of France
through private and public diplomacy, and we have made clear that …
Mar 22, 1984 Ronald Reagan Remarks at the Welcoming Ceremony for President Francois Mitterrand of France
that I have given to French diplomacy are known to yourself and … the presence of American diplomacy worldwide—all this creates …
Mar 28, 1984 Presidential Candidate Debates Democratic Presidential Candidates Debate at Columbia University in New York City
opposed to using aggressive diplomacy. I would think in the Middle …
Apr 04, 1984 Ronald Reagan The President's News Conference
strength is a definite part of diplomacy. And I think this is what … President's power in international diplomacy, and I think that the Constitution … in the beginning as to how diplomacy was to be conducted. And …