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May 22, 1961 John F. Kennedy Remarks to the National Advisory Council for the Peace Corps.
fresh personal meaning to our diplomacy. There can be no better evidence …
Jul 19, 1961 John F. Kennedy Statement by the President Concerning the U.S. Reply to the Soviet Government's Aide Memoire on Germany and Berlin.
somewhat more formal language of diplomacy. The Soviet aide memoire …
Aug 30, 1961 John F. Kennedy The President's News Conference
there's been a failure in our diplomacy and our policy that he is …
Nov 16, 1961 John F. Kennedy Address in Seattle at the University of Washington's 100th Anniversary Program.
groups fail to grasp is that diplomacy and defense are not substitutes …
Sep 07, 1961 John F. Kennedy Letter to the Secretary of State and to the Heads of Other Agencies Concerning the Publication of U.S. Diplomatic Papers.
historical record of our diplomacy available more promptly than … publish the record of our diplomacy. In my view, any official …
Sep 13, 1961 John F. Kennedy Statement by the President Following the Visit of President Sukarno and President Keita.
willing. The channels of diplomacy are open for the exploration …
Sep 14, 1961 John F. Kennedy Letter to the Presidents of Indonesia and Mali Concerning the Message and Declaration of the Belgrade Conference.
willing. The channels of diplomacy are open for the exploration …
May 17, 1962 John F. Kennedy Address Before the Conference on Trade Policy.
opportunities of aid, trade, finance, diplomacy and defense. We look forward …
Jun 06, 1962 John F. Kennedy Remarks at West Point to the Graduating Class of the U.S. Military Academy.
role as a complement to our diplomacy, as an arm of ourdiplomacy, as a deterrent to our adversaries …
Apr 29, 1963 John F. Kennedy Remarks Upon Presenting the Distinguished Service Medal to Adm. Robert L. Dennison.
quot;Through his exemplary tact and diplomacy in dealing with representatives …
Sep 26, 1963 John F. Kennedy Address in Salt Lake City at the Mormon Tabernacle.
conducting a complex and baffling diplomacy, all weigh heavily upon us … happening. And that is why our diplomacy is important. For the forces …
May 08, 1963 John F. Kennedy Message to the Conference of State Civil Defense Directors.
search for peace through diplomacy, military strength and economic …
Jan 25, 1961 John F. Kennedy The President's News Conference
a return to quiet private diplomacy. Could you give us some idea …
Mar 23, 1961 John F. Kennedy The President's News Conference
Government might have for diplomacy? In other words, is there …
Jul 23, 1962 John F. Kennedy Statement by the President on the Signing of Agreements To End the Conflict in Laos
fact be solved by patient diplomacy. The agreements represent …
Aug 02, 1962 John F. Kennedy Message to the Congress Transmitting 16th Annual Report on U.S. Participation in the United Nations.
aspect of our world-wide diplomacy. The United Nations, under …
Aug 07, 1962 John F. Kennedy Remarks Upon Presenting the President's Awards for Distinguished Federal Civilian Service
there is no useful place for diplomacy or negotiation are wrong …
Nov 01, 1962 John F. Kennedy Statement Commending Judge Philip C. Jessup, Member of the International Court of Justice.
international law and international diplomacy. His reputation and influence … decade ago is a model for diplomacy now. Judge Jessup has come …
Feb 14, 1962 John F. Kennedy The President's News Conference
experience with a whole variety of diplomacy and forms ofdiplomacy. Could you tell us what your …
Nov 26, 1962 John F. Kennedy Remarks at Fort Stewart, Georgia, to Members of the First Armored Division.
Regardless of how persistent our diplomacy may be in activities stretching …
Aug 24, 1962 John F. Kennedy Remarks by Telephone to the Midwestern Democratic Conference at French Lick, Indiana.
an opportunity for patient diplomacy abroad, our efforts to try …
Jun 19, 1963 John F. Kennedy Special Message to the Congress on Civil Rights and Job Opportunities.
Nov 20, 1963 John F. Kennedy Message to the Congress Transmitting 17th Annual Report on U.S. Participation in the United Nations.
action and parliamentary diplomacy, played an indispensable …
Jan 11, 1962 John F. Kennedy Annual Message to the Congress on the State of the Union.
Mar 15, 1962 John F. Kennedy Message to the Congress Transmitting the 15th Annual Report on U.S. Participation in the United Nations.
a forum for parliamentary diplomacy in which our nation, in concert … aims also through direct diplomacy and negotiations with individual …