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Dec 07, 1984 Ronald Reagan Informal Exchange With Reporters on the Release of Black Leaders by the Government of South Africa
what I told you was quiet diplomacy. And today it bore fruit … demonstrations, not of the quiet diplomacy? The President. Well, I would …
Dec 10, 1984 Ronald Reagan Remarks on Signing the International Human Rights Day Proclamation
democratic nations, quiet diplomacy has brought about humane … are occasions when quiet diplomacy is not enough, when we must …
Jan 09, 1985 Ronald Reagan The President's News Conference
teamwork in Geneva was American diplomacy at its best. Our differences …
Jan 16, 1985 Ronald Reagan Statement Following a Meeting With the United States Delegation to the Arms Reduction Negotiations With the Soviet Union
represents an example of American diplomacy at its finest. I took this …
Jan 24, 1985 Ronald Reagan Remarks at the Western Hemisphere Legislative Leaders Forum
taking steps, including active diplomacy, to defuse a potential crisis …
Feb 06, 1985 Ronald Reagan Address Before a Joint Session of the Congress on the State of the Union
siege. Without resources, diplomacy cannot succeed. Our security …
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 …
Feb 21, 1985 Ronald Reagan The President's News Conference
negotiating role in Middle East diplomacy? The President. I haven't …
Apr 01, 1985 Ronald Reagan Interview With Lou Cannon, Dave Hoffman, and Lynn Downie of the Washington Post
constructive engagement and silent diplomacy in our dealings with South …
Apr 02, 1985 Ronald Reagan Remarks Following Discussions With Prime Minister Turgut Ozal of Turkey
me on Turkish policies and diplomacy in areas of great importance …
Apr 04, 1985 Ronald Reagan Remarks in an Interview With Nicholas Ashford and Charles Douglas-Home of the Times of London, Together With Written Responses to Questions
process strongly through our diplomacy. I want to emphasize that …
Apr 19, 1985 Ronald Reagan Remarks on Presenting the Congressional Gold Medal to Elie Wiesel and on Signing the Jewish Heritage Week Proclamation
event, transcends politics and diplomacy. The issue here is not politics …
May 08, 1985 Ronald Reagan Address to a Special Session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France
societies, the wisdom of our diplomacy all contributed to Soviet …
May 23, 1985 Ronald Reagan Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the Presidential Medal of Freedom
For your achievements in diplomacy, entertainment, government …
Sep 09, 1985 Ronald Reagan Interview With Representatives of College Radio Stations
North and that early gunboat diplomacy era are still so much in …
Sep 26, 1985 Ronald Reagan Remarks in an Interview With Representatives of Le Figaro of France, Together With Written Responses to Questions
they have had in American diplomacy since World War II? The President …
Oct 22, 1985 Ronald Reagan Nomination of Charles Edward Horner To Be an Associate Director of the United States Information Agency
in international business diplomacy; as senior legislative assistant …
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 …
Mar 08, 1986 Ronald Reagan Radio Address to the Nation on United States Assistance for the Nicaraguan Democratic Resistance
negotiate. Without power, diplomacy will be without leverage …
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 …
Mar 22, 1986 Ronald Reagan Radio Address to the Nation on United States Assistance for the Nicaraguan Democratic Resistance
administration has pursued active diplomacy, holding 10 high-level meetings … shown again and again that diplomacy alone is not enough. As your …
Apr 09, 1986 Ronald Reagan The President's News Conference
choice, and it will give diplomacy a chance. Four out of five …
Apr 10, 1986 Ronald Reagan Remarks in an Interview With Representatives of Yomiuri Shimbun of Japan, Together With Written Responses to Questions
has begun to show a smile diplomacy toward Japan? Would you like …
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 …