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Sep 28, 1970 Richard Nixon Exchange of Remarks With Reporters at Leonardo da Vinci Airport About the Released American Hostages.
time, being very firm in our diplomacy and firm in the demonstration …
Sep 28, 1970 Richard Nixon Toasts of the President and President Giuseppe Saragat of Italy at a Luncheon in Rome
threads of the patient work of diplomacy which has already been done …
Jul 04, 1970 Richard Nixon Remarks to Reporters After a Briefing on the Paris Peace Talks
great wealth of experience in diplomacy to take this assignment as …
Jul 01, 1970 Richard Nixon A Conversation With the President About Foreign Policy.
Feb 18, 1970 Richard Nixon First Annual Report to the Congress on United States Foreign Policy for the 1970's.
our strategic planning and diplomacy. In the light of these fateful …
Jan 27, 1970 Richard Nixon Toasts of the President and Prime Minister Wilson of Great Britain
numbers with somewhat more diplomacy than we have on other occasions--because …
Sep 26, 1969 Richard Nixon Remarks on the Departure of Prime Minister Golda Meir of Israel
her work in the field of diplomacy and in other areas over many … be susceptible to instant diplomacy. On the other hand, we must …
Jul 17, 1969 Richard Nixon Remarks on Presenting the Distinguished Service Medal to General John E McConnell.
knowledge, managerial skill, and diplomacy greatly enhanced the capability …
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 …
Mar 25, 1969 Richard Nixon Remarks at the Convention of the National Association of Broadcasters
adequate to make peaceful diplomacy possible, the responsibility …
Mar 04, 1969 Richard Nixon The President's News Conference
about the limits of personal diplomacy in settling great differences …
Feb 23, 1969 Richard Nixon Remarks at Andrews Air Force Base on Departing for Europe.
would call the "showboat" diplomacy. On the other hand, before …
Jan 20, 1969 Richard Nixon Inaugural Address
of patient and prolonged diplomacy. I also know the people of …
Nov 08, 1968 Lyndon B. Johnson Statement by the President Upon Issuing Executive Order on the Administration of the Foreign Service Personnel System.
meet the needs of modern diplomacy. Our ability to advance United …
Oct 24, 1968 Lyndon B. Johnson The President's News Conference
we realize that many times diplomacy can be more effective in … policy to try to handle all diplomacy in public. The negotiators …
Oct 19, 1968 Richard Nixon Remarks on the CBS Radio Network: "To Keep the Peace"
commitment to preventive diplomacy, to persistently seeking … can't afford go-it-alone diplomacy any more than we can afford …
Oct 13, 1968 Richard Nixon Remarks on the CBS Radio Network: "The Time to Save NATO"
sufficient to back up our diplomacy. As one of Europe's leading … a lively drama, but poor diplomacy. In these times of uneasy …
Sep 19, 1968 Richard Nixon Remarks on the NBC and CBS Radio Networks: "The Nature of the Presidency"
not only in politics and diplomacy, but in science, education …
Sep 08, 1968 Richard Nixon Remarks to the B'nai B'rith Convention in Washington, D.C.: "The Cradle of Civilization Must Not Be Its Grave"
another reason that goes beyond diplomacy. Americans admire a people … of course, of the type of diplomacy we need all over the world …
Aug 21, 1968 Lyndon B. Johnson Statement by the President Upon Signing Bill Establishing the Foreign Service Information Officer Corps.
today an integral part of our diplomacy. Communication with other … other peoples is 20th century diplomacy, just as much as the exchange … service for this new arm of its diplomacy. For the first time, USIA …
Aug 19, 1968 Lyndon B. Johnson Remarks in Detroit at the Annual Convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
now we are doing all that diplomacy can do to end the war through …
Aug 01, 1968 Richard Nixon Statement Submitted to Republican National Convention Committee on Resolutions: "Vietnam"
lost their confidence. Its diplomacy has failed to enlist other … Vietnam is that we need a new diplomacy to prevent future Vietnams …
Jul 16, 1968 Lyndon B. Johnson Message to the Eighteen-Nation Disarmament Committee on Its Reconvening in Geneva.
achievement of Latin American diplomacy. 1 1 The intention of the …
Jul 01, 1968 Lyndon B. Johnson Remarks at the Signing of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty
times for the quiet works of diplomacy. After long seasons of patient …
Jun 24, 1968 Lyndon B. Johnson Remarks at the Swearing In of George Ball as U.S. Representative to the United Nations.
service of international diplomacy. He assumes America's embassy …