American Foreign Policy, 1950-1955: Basic Documents, Том 1

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Additional United States Measures in Support of the Republic
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Statement
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Statement by the Secretary
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Statement by the Secretary of State October 31 1955 20212025
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Address by the Secretary of State Novem
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Letter From the United States High
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Agreement Between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Egypt
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Note From the American Embassy at Moscow to the Soviet Foreign
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Request for Investigation of Violations of the Korean Armistice
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Letter From the United States High
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Final Declaration of
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Statement by
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Statement
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Statement by the Department of State July 4 1951 21042105
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Report to the President
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Note From the American
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Remarks by the Secretary
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Letter From the United States Com
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Address by
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Consultations With the French Premier and the British Foreign Secre
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Statement by the Department of State November 15 1955 20022004
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Letter From the United States High
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Statement by the President
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Message From the President of
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Note From
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Harassment of Local Employees of the American Legation at Buda
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Aide
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Note From the American
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Message From
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G Negotiations Regarding a LendLease Settlement
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Joint Message and Pro
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Declaration by the Foreign Ministers of the United States the United
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Convening of a Special Session of the United Nations General Assem
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Inaugural Address by the President January 20 1953 Excerpt 5761
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Beneficent Effect of Japans Accession to the General Agreement
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Fifth Report by the United Nations Representative for India
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Note From the Secretary of State to the Soviet Foreign Minister
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Cessation of Distribution of The Romanian News and News From
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H Repatriation of German and Japanese Prisoners of
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Address by the President April 16 1953 6571
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Mission of the United States Seventh Fleet in the Formosa Taiwan
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First Report of the United Nations Commission To Investigate Con
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Hostile Activities of the Soviet Union and Its Allies Against Yugo
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Second Report of the United Nations Commission To Investigate Con
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Address by the Secretary of State November
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Letter From the United States
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Statement by the Secretary of State
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Message by the President to the Congress
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Conditions for United States Defense of Quemoy and the Matsu
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Near East
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Imprisonment of United States Nationals by Chinese Communist
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Note From the American Ambassador at Moscow to the Soviet Foreign
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Statement by the Secretary
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Results of the Korean Phase of the Geneva Conference on Korea
92
Negotiations at the Ambassadorial Level for the Release of United
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Rejection of Soviet Charges of United States Interference With
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Message by the President to the Congress
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Statement by the Secretary of State February 10 1954 Excerpts 18551858
105
CHARTS AND MAPS
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Termination of the Activities of the Neutral Nations Supervisory
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J Discussion of the Problems of Germany and European Security at
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Address by the Secretary of State
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Proposal by the American British and French Delegations October
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Message by the President to the Congress
129
DISARMAMENT AND THE CONTROL
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Reorganization Plan No 8 of 1953 Establishing the United States
132
TwentyYear Program for Achieving Peace
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Peace Through Deeds
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Nations Before the General Assembly September 30 1955 23012302
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Statement by the United States Representative Before the Political
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Resolution 377 V of the General Assembly November 3 1950 187192
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United States Working Paper Prepared for the Consideration of
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Problem of Defining Aggression
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Paper Submitted
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Universal Declaration of Human Rights August 10 1948
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Message From the President to the Commission on Human Rights
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Texts of United States Draft Resolutions May 7 1953 239244
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Resolution 833 IX of the General Assembly December 4 1954 245246
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Resolutions 558 VI
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Expanded Program of Technical Assistance
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Resolution 842 IX of the General Assembly December 17 1954
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Public Law 495 82d Congress 2d Session July 10 1952 Excerpts 272273
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Resolution 708 VII of the General Assembly April 1 1953 292293
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Resolution 782 VIII of the General Assembly December 9 1953 298300
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Note Verbale From the Representative of the United States at
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Statement by the United States Representative Before the General
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Resolution 918 X of the General Assembly December 8 1955
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Statement by the Secretary of State November 13 1951 340341
340
Negotiations for Release of United Nations Personnel Detained
344
Address by the Secretary of State Before the General Assembly Sep
350
Address bv the President at the Tenth Anniversary Meeting
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Discussion of the Problems of Germany and European Security at
361
Entering the Second Decade
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Statement by the President July 18 1955 20092012
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Address by the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organ
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F Discussion of SovietAmerican Relations at the Geneva Meeting of Foreign
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Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice March 30 1950
384
POSTWAR SETTLEMENTS
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Trieste
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Germany
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Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations May 15 1947
404
Austria
408
Understandings Regarding Trieste
419
Settlement With Japan
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Japanese Declaration of Intention To Accede to Certain International
440
Statement by the Special Representative of the President at
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Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations February
463
Protocol on the Termination of the Occupation Regime in the Federal
483
Convention on the Rights and Obligations of Foreign Forces and Their
489
Amended by Schedule II to the Protocol on the Termination of
498
Finance Convention May 26 1952 as Amended by Schedule III
539
Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations June 151955 682697
682
Relations With Austria 19501956
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EgyptianIsraeli General Armistice Agreement February 24 1949 698707
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LebaneseIsraeli General Armistice Agreement March 23 1949 707711
707
Israel
714
IsraeliSyrian General Armistice Agreement July 20 1949 719724
719
Korea
724
A United States Military and Economic Assistance Prior to Oie Outbreak
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IndoChina
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Agreement on the Cessation of Hostilities in Cambodia July 20 1954 767775
767
Agreement on the Cessation of Hostilities in Laos July 20 1954 775785
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Final Declaration of the Geneva Conference on the Problem of
785
BASIC SECURITY TREATIES OF THE UNITED
789
Report by the Acting Secretary of State to the President December
796
Western Hemisphere Defense Area
801
Remarks by the Secretary of State to the Latvian Charge1 dAffaires
803
The North Atlantic Treaty
812
Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations June 6 1949 825852
825
Protocol to the North Atlantic Treaty on the Accession of Greece
853
Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations January
864
Protocol to the North Atlantic Treaty on the Accession of the Federal
871
Security Treaty Between the United States Australia
878
Security Treaty Between the United States and Japan
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Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations February
893
Report by the Secretary of State to the President December 30 1953 900902
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Southeast Asia Collective Defense Treaty Manila Pact
912
Address by the Secretary of State September 15 1954 919923
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Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations January
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Text of Treaty December 2 1954 915947
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Statement by the Secretary of State Before the Senate Committee
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B The Pacific and Southeast Asia
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Membership of European Regional Arrangements
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EUROPEAN REGIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
968
Protocol No II on Forces of Western European Union October
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Protocol No IV on the Agency of Western European Union for
984
Message Delivered by the Deputy
985
The Organization of European Economic Cooperation
992
The Council of Europe
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Agreement September 19 1950 10121037
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Communique1
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Protocol of Provisional Application of the Agreement September
1037
Protocol Concerning Relations With the Council of Europe April
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Agreement Between
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Agreement Between the United States and the European Coal
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Treaty May 27 1952 11071150
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Military Protocol May 27 1952 11511162
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Financial Protocol May 27 1952 11631170
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Protocol Concerning Relations Between the European Defense Com
1171
Convention Relative to the Status of European Defense Forces
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Tripartite Declaration May 27 1952 11971198
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Protocol on Links With the Council of Europe March 10 1953 12311232
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The Warsaw Security Pact
1239
Proposal for Conclusion of an International Convention Treaty
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Page
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Treaty of Joint Defense and Economic Cooperation Between
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Pact of Mutual Cooperation Between the Kingdom of Iraq
1257
Decision
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Report of the Investigat
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Peaceful Settlements Under the InterAmerican Peace
1285
Report of the InterAmerican Peace Committee on the Controversy
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Final Act of the Fourth Meeting
1292
The Declaration of Caracas
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Public Law 86 84th Congress
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Statement to the Press
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InterAmerican Economic Social and Technical Cooperation
1316
Address by the Secretary of State
1333
United States Economic Relations With the Other American
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Address
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Article on the Conference Between
1356
Revision of Prior Agreements Relating to the Security and Operation
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CanadianUnited States Relations
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Order
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Public Law 358 83d Congress
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Exchange of Notes Between the United
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Joint
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NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST SOUTH ASIA AND AFRICA
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Note From the American Charg6 dAffaires
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Statement by the Secretary of State February 15 1955 20902091
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Statement by the Departments of State
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Tripartite Consultations 19501953
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THE SOVIET UNION
1464
Communique by the Heads of Government of the United States
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Final Act of the London NinePower Conference October 3 1954 14741491
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Statement by the Secretary of State on the Results of the London
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Report by the Secretary of State to the President
1496
B The North Atlantic Treaty Organization
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Statement by the Secretary of State Before the Senate Committees
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Statement by the Consultant to the Secretary of State Before
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Senate Concurrent Resolution 18 April 4 1951 82d Congress
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Agreement on the Status of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
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Agreement Between the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty
1552
Agreement Between the Government of the United States and
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A General
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Testimony by the Deputy Under Secretarv of State Before the House
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The Work of NATO
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Com
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Com
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Statement by the North Atlantic Council Ottawa September
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Communique
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Com
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Report by the SeeretarvGeneral
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Com
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Relations With Certain Countries
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Agreement Between the United States and
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Summary of Statement by
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Letter From the President of the United States
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Communique by
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Communique by the Secretary
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Statement by the Secretary of State
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Communique Regarding Discus
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