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Reference FCO 7/1429
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Prime Minister's visit to US, January 1970 (1969)
Description Prime Minister proposed agenda for his trip to Canada and the US. Also included are subjects to be discussed between the Prime Minister Harold Wilson and President Richard Nixon which include Vietnam, US/Soviet relations including SALT, European integration, The Middle East, European Security Conference, NATO including strengthening of the organisation, handling of environmental problems and the possible withdrawal of US troops. Subjects discussed between the two Secretaries of State William P. Rogers and Michael Stewart include Nigeria and the civil war, Rhodesia, Textiles, Greece, Germany, Laos, Libya, and the British Honduras.
Date 1969
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America
Countries Canada, Germany, Greece, Nigeria, Vietnam, United States, Soviet Union, Zimbabwe, Laos, Belize
Places Africa; Asia; Britain; Bulgaria; Canada; East of Suez; Europe; France; Germany; Gibraltar; Greece; Honduras; Hungary; India; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Laos; Libya; Middle East; New Zealand; Nigeria; Northern Ireland; Okinawa; Rhodesia; South East Asia; South Vietnam; Soviet Union; United Kingdom; United States of America; Vietnam
People Douglas-Home, Sir Alec; Elliott, Anthony; Freeman, John; Kosygin, Alexey; Meany, George; Stewart, Michael; Thant, U; Wales, HRH the Prince of; Wilson, Harold; Wilson, Sir Duncan
Topics Arms; British Embassy; Common Market; Communist; Congress; Defence; Demonstrations; Department of State; Draft; East-West relations; Elections; European integration; European Security; Exports; foreign policy; International Monetary Fund; Japanese; Labour Party; Law and Order; Ministry of Defence; North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); organisation; Pollution; State Department; State of the Union Message; Strategic Arms Limitation Treaties; Supreme Court; Textiles; The Nine; Trade; Trade unions; Treasury; troops; United Nations; Vice President; Vietnam War; White House; withdrawal
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