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" What I want to do is to see to it that we have strategic arms talks in a way and at a time that will promote, if possible, progress on outstanding political problems at the same time — for example, on the problem of the Mid-East and on other outstanding... "
The Language of Foreign Affairs - עמוד 64
1987 - 115 דפים
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Détente and the Nixon Doctrine: American Foreign Policy and the Pursuit of ...

Robert S. Litwak - 1986 - 244 דפים
...go forward on any reduction of our strategic arms even by agreement with the other side . . . What I want to do is to see to it that we have strategic...political problems at the same time, for example, on the problems of the Mideast, on other outstanding problems in which the United States and the Soviet Union...
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International Arms Control: Issues and Agreements

Coit D. Blacker, Stanford Arms Control Group - 1984 - 502 דפים
...related issues. President Nixon, for example, said publicly shortly after entering office: "What I want to do is to see to it that we have strategic...progress on outstanding political problems at the same time—for example, on the problem of the Mideast." Such a tactic is ineffective, since its assumption...
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Anatomy of Mistrust: U.S.-Soviet Relations During the Cold War

Deborah Welch Larson - 2000 - 329 דפים
...negotiations to control strategic weapons. At a 27 January press conference, Nixon declared that he wanted to have "strategic arms talks in a way and at a time...outstanding political problems at the same time." He mentioned the Middle East, although he really wanted the Soviets to help the United States disengage...
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At the Borderline of Armageddon: How American Presidents Managed the Atom Bomb

James E. Goodby - 2006 - 221 דפים
...define his strategic policies. He conveyed the idea of connecting negotiations by saying he wanted "to see to it that we have strategic arms talks in...outstanding political problems at the same time." Nixon also began to distance himself from the idea of strategic superiority. "Parity," as a proper...
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