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Reference FCO 7/1838
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Briefs for Foreign Secretary's visit to New York, 19-24 October (1970)
Description Briefs for the Prime Minister Edward Heath's talks with President Nixon and the Secretary of State Sir Alec Douglas-Home' talks with US secretary of State William P. Rogers on the following subjects:, Rhodesia; Persian Gulf; NATO force levels and burden sharing' Five Power arrangements in South East Asia. The Middle East and the Four Power peacekeeping force as part of a settlement, Arab/Israel dispute, Cambodia, East West relations, Soviet Naval Expansion, US trade policy, Hong Kong and UNCTAD Generalised Preferences Scheme, British Agricultural Policy, admission of Fiji to the United Nations. Briefs for a possible meeting between Secretary of State and Indonesian Foreign Minister Mr. Malik on South East Asia Defence progress, Arms to South Africa, Indo-China, President Nixon's proposals and follow up to Djakarta Conference, Anglo Indonesian relations, Defensive Points, Indonesian debt. A biography of Adam Malik, Indonesian Minister for Foreign Affairs is also included with the Briefs.
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America, Africa, Middle East, South Asia, Asia Pacific
Countries United Kingdom, United States, Zimbabwe, Soviet Union, Fiji, Indonesia, India, China, Indonesia, Israel, Cambodia, Hong Kong
Places Africa; Asia; Australia; Britain; Cambodia; Caribbean; Chequers; China; Cuba; Denmark; East of Suez; Fiji; France; Gibraltar; Indonesia; Israel; Japan; Korea; Laos; Mediterranean; Middle East; New Zealand; Nigeria; Norway; Persian Gulf; Rhodesia; South Africa; South East Asia; Spain; United Kingdom; United States of America
People Malik, Adam; Stewart, Michael; Thant, U
Topics Agriculture; Aid; Arab; Arms; Congress; Defence; Department of State; Disarmament; Draft; East-West relations; Economy; European Security; foreign policy; Irish Republican Army (IRA); North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); Oil; Protectionism; Protectionist; Shipping; State Department; Trade; Trade Bill; Trade policy; troops; United Nations
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