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Reference FCO 7/1831
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Briefs for Secretary of State W P Rogers visit to United Kingdom (1970)
Description Briefs for the Prime Minister on possible discussions with William P. Rogers on defence aspects regarding South East Asia, the Persian Gulf, Rhodesia, Arab-Israel dispute, East-West relations and European security, Britain and the European Communities, South Africa, NATO the future of SALT, US trade policy, Northern Ireland, UK economy, Indo-China, Sale of S.A.A.P. funded Canberras to India . In the briefs biographical notes on The Hon. Walter H. Annenberg, J. N. Greene, Jr. Martin J. Hillenbrand, R.F. Pedersen and William P. Rogers.
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region Europe
Countries Zimbabwe, Israel, United Kingdom, China, South Africa, United States, India
Places Abu Dhabi; Africa; Asia; Belgium; Benelux; Britain; Cambodia; Canada; Caribbean; China; Czechoslovakia; Denmark; Eastern Europe; Europe; France; Geneva; Germany; Gibraltar; Greece; Hanoi; Hungary; India; Indonesia; Iran; Iraq; Ireland; Irish Republic; Israel; Italy; Japan; Jordan; Korea; Laos; Libya; Malta; Mediterranean; Middle East; Netherlands; Northern Ireland; Pakistan; Persian Gulf; Poland; Rhodesia; Saudi Arabia; South Africa; South East Asia; South Vietnam; Southern Africa; Soviet Union; Spain; Suez Canal; Thailand; Turkey; United Kingdom; United States of America; Vietnam; Yugoslavia
People Bruce, David K; Freeman, John; Hillenbrand, Martin J; Mills, Wilbur; Nol, Lon; Rogers, William P
Topics Agriculture; Aid; Anglo-Malaysian Defence Agreement; Arab; Arms; Balance of Payments; British Embassy; Burden sharing; Common Agricultural Policy (CAP); Common Market; Communist; Congress; Defence; Demonstrations; Department of Commerce; Department of State; Detente; Disarmament; Draft; East-West relations; Economy; Elections; Energy; Environment; European integration; European Security; Exports; Federal Reserve; foreign policy; Free trade; Home Office; Inflation; International Economic Relations; Japanese; Law and Order; Ministry of Defence; Multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle (MIRV); Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions (MBFR); North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); Nuclear Weapons; Oil; organisation; Ostpolitik; Payments; Protectionism; Protectionist; Quadripartite talks; Recession; State Department; Strategic Arms Limitation Treaties; Taxation; Taxes; Terrorism; Textiles; The Nine; Trade; Trade Bill; Trade policy; Treasury; Troop withdrawal; troops; Unemployment; United Nations; Vice President; Wages; Warsaw Pact; Welfare; White House; withdrawal
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