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Reference FCO 82/2
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Visits by Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster, Mr Geoffrey Rippon, to North America, 4-9 March (Folder 2) (1971)
Description Supplementary Questions in House of Commons regarding Geoffrey Rippon's trips and meetings. Papers on Britain and EEC, US/UK relations, defense and trade policy. Record of private conversation between Rippon and Henry Kissinger (Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs). Progress of British negotiations for EEC membership. Rippon's speech to Harvard Business School Club in New York, 9 March 1971. Us attitudes to EEC enlargement negotiations.
Date 1971
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America
Countries United Kingdom, United States
Places Africa; Asia; Britain; Canada; Caribbean; Europe; France; Geneva; Ireland; Japan; Korea; Mediterranean; New Zealand; Norway; South Africa; Spain; United Kingdom; United States of America; Vietnam
People Connally, John B; Cromer, 3rd Earl of; Greenhill, Sir Denis; Heath, Edward; Kennedy, David Matthew; McNamara, Robert S; Peterson, Peter George; Rippon, Geoffrey; Rusk, Dean; Sharp, Mitchell
Topics Agriculture; Aid; Arms; British Embassy; Burden sharing; CIA (Central Intelligence Agency); Common Agricultural Policy (CAP); Common Market; Congress; Council on International Economic Policy; Dairy products; Defence; Department of State; Detente; Draft; Economic policy; Economy; Environment; European Economic Community; European integration; Exports; Federal Reserve; foreign policy; Free trade; General Motors; Health; Inflation; International Economic Affairs; International Economic Policy; Japanese; Levies; North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); Office of Management and Budget; Oil; organisation; Protectionism; Protectionist; State Department; Tariffs; Taxation; Taxes; Textiles; Trade; Trade Bill; Trade policy; Treasury; United Nations; Vice President; White House
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