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|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 …
|May 25, 1974||Richard Nixon||
Radio Address About the Nation's Economy.
business, in the law, in diplomacy, and in the arts of government …
|Jun 05, 1974||Richard Nixon||
Remarks at Commencement Ceremonies at the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland.
a goal to which American diplomacy is totally committed. And …
|Jun 09, 1974||Richard Nixon||
Remarks at a Luncheon of the National Citizens' Committee for Fairness to the Presidency.
from the standpoint of the diplomacy involved, in attempting to …
|Jun 12, 1974||Richard Nixon||
Toasts of the President and President Anwar el-Sadat of Egypt at a State Dinner in Cairo
a great deal of dedicated diplomacy on the part of all parties … will take not simply the diplomacy, brilliant though it was …
|Jun 13, 1974||Richard Nixon||
Exchange With Reporters During a Train Trip From Cairo to Alexandria.
intricacies of international diplomacy and realizes, as we do, that … necessity in the field of diplomacy to handle each one of these …
|Jun 14, 1974||Richard Nixon||
Remarks of the President and King Faisal Ibn Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia at a State Dinner in Jidda
time in the history of world diplomacy. Over these past 3 years …
|Jun 15, 1974||Richard Nixon||
Remarks of the President and President Hasez al Asad of Syria at a State Dinner in Damascus
with your vast experience in diplomacy and negotiations, as would …
|Jun 25, 1974||Richard Nixon||
Remarks on Arrival at Brussels, Belgium
happy results of untiring diplomacy have been confirmed. We all …
|Jun 26, 1974||Richard Nixon||
Toasts of the President and King Baudouin of Belgium at a Luncheon in Brussels
their lives to the art of diplomacy, to carrying out whatever … how can they play a part in diplomacy, make original contributions …
|Sep 19, 1974||Gerald R. Ford||
Message to the Congress Transmitting Annual Report on United States Participation in the United Nations.
Nations, combined with bilateral diplomacy, are still crucial to promoting …
|Oct 18, 1974||Gerald R. Ford||
Statement on Signing the Continuing Appropriations Resolution.
concerning the damage to our diplomacy that would result from its …
|Nov 17, 1974||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks at Anchorage, Alaska.
the list of priorities for diplomacy as far as I am concerned …
|Dec 14, 1974||Gerald R. Ford||
Toasts of the President and President Giscard d'Estaing of France at a Dinner in Martinique
remarkable efforts of American diplomacy and the useful progress it …
|Jan 15, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Address Before a Joint Session of the Congress Reporting on the State of the Union.
not sufficient. Effective diplomacy is also essential in preventing …
|Jan 23, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Interview With John Chancellor and Tom Brokaw of NBC News.
shut out of Middle Eastern diplomacy since Dr. Kissinger began … Kissinger began step-by-step diplomacy. Why was that? Couldn't the …
|Feb 03, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Annual Budget Message to the Congress, Fiscal Year 1976.
international community. Our diplomacy, backed by a strong national …
|Feb 13, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks at a Dinner in New York City Honoring Vice President Rockefeller.
American leadership. Our diplomacy is still the best hope of … nations and fast-moving change, diplomacy is a process, not execution …
|Mar 20, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks at a Luncheon for Participants in the Travel Program for Foreign Diplomats.
It has been said that in diplomacy there are no true friendships--only …
|Apr 10, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Address Before a Joint Session of the Congress Reporting on United States Foreign Policy.
dismantle our defenses, our diplomacy, or our intelligence capability …
|Apr 15, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Address at the Continental Congress of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
starting point for hopeful new diplomacy. For their part, the Europeans …
|Apr 19, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Toasts of the President and President Kenneth D. Kaunda of Zambia
deeply believe that patient diplomacy will bear great fruit, and …
|Apr 21, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||Interview With Walter Cronkite, Eric Sevareid, and Bob Schieffer of CBS News.|
|May 03, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
Remarks at the U.S.S. Nimitz Commissioning Ceremony in Norfolk, Virginia.
mission is one of defense, diplomacy, or humanity, the Nimitz …
|May 06, 1975||Gerald R. Ford||
The President's News Conference
people--in terms of secret diplomacy and fighting a land war in …