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Reference FCO 7/1836
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Records of conversations when Foreign Secretary visited United States of America (1970)
Description Record of a conversation between Sir Alec Douglas-Home and William P. Rogers the United States Secretary of State about Rogers' talks with Mr. Gromyko regarding the Soviet Union and Cuba, Berlin air corridors, the Four-power talks over Berlin, SALT and disagreements over the Middle East. Talks continued with Douglas-Home over Fiji and membership of the UN, facilities for Russian ships at Singapore, Arms for South Africa, Indo-China, the Persian Gulf, The Middle-East and Hi-jacked hostages, Middle-East peace settlement, Jordan, Greece and Spain and defence in Europe.
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region North America
Countries China, Cuba, Fiji, Greece, Jordan, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, United States, Soviet Union
Places Abu Dhabi; Africa; Asia; Australia; Britain; Caribbean; Ceylon; China; Cuba; Europe; Fiji; Geneva; Gibraltar; Greece; India; Israel; Jordan; Korea; Latin America; Malawi; Mediterranean; Middle East; New Zealand; Nigeria; Persian Gulf; Rhodesia; Saudi Arabia; South Africa; South East Asia; South Vietnam; Soviet Union; Spain; Sudan; Suez Canal; Syria; Thailand; United Kingdom; United States of America; Vietnam
People Douglas-Home, Sir Alec; Freeman, John; Greenhill, Sir Denis; Phouma, Prince Souvanna; Sisco, Joseph; Yost, Charles W.
Topics Aid; Arab; Arms; Black Panthers; Burden sharing; Communist; Congress; Defence; Department of State; Draft; Isolationism; Kidnapping; North Atlantic Treaty Association (NATO); organisation; State Department; The Nine; Trade; Trade Bill; troops; United Nations; withdrawal
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