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Reference FCO 7/1825
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Political relations with United Kingdom (1970)
Description President Nixon's visit to Chicago and the offices of the Chicago Daily News and the Chicago Sun-Times where he met with editors and warned them not to underestimate the British. Questions for the Secretary of State William P. Rogers from Sir Alec Douglas-Home on the Vietnam War, Europe, Britain's nuclear role, South East Asia, Southern Africa, Indochina, Ireland, the Mideast, Suez Canal, Nato, SALT, and the Common Market. Anglo-American relations. Record of a conversation on Africa between the Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary and the United States Ambassador. EEC.
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America, Europe
Countries China, Ireland, United States, Vietnam, United Kingdom, Egypt
Places Africa; Alaska; Asia; Britain; China; East of Suez; Europe; France; Germany; Ireland; Irish Republic; Israel; Laos; Mideast; Nigeria; Northern Ireland; Persian Gulf; Rhodesia; South Africa; South East Asia; Southern Africa; Soviet Union; Spain; Suez Canal; United Kingdom; United States of America; Vietnam
People Annenberg, Walter H; Douglas-Home, Sir Alec; Galloway, William; Phouma, Prince Souvanna
Topics Arab; Arms; British Embassy; Burden sharing; Common Market; Communist; Defence; Department of State; Disarmament; Draft; Environment; Exports; foreign policy; Labour Party; North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); Oil; Pollution; Protectionist; Shipping; State Department; Textiles; Trade; troops; United Nations; Vietnam War; White House; withdrawal
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