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The North Korean problem also illustrates the fact that, though General Douglas MacArthur's insubordination to President Truman was unacceptable, he and Richard Nixon and John Foster Dulles were correct that we should have got rid of North Korea when ...
In 1947 he joined the board of the Carnegie Endowment for peace, where he sat with President Dwight Eisenhower and John Foster Dulles. He moved easily among the powerful; in later decades his interlocutors included Henry Kissinger, Anwar Sadat, and ...
In March of 1954, U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles heard the Joint Chief's of Staff Chairman Admiral Arthur Radford propose that nuclear strikes against the Viet Minh be ordered to stop the fall of Dien Bien ...
While US Secretary of State John Foster Dulles saw neutrality as "immoral and shortsighted," Nehru sought "to avoid entanglement in power politics and not to join any group of powers as against any other group.
The most effective secretaries of state generally enjoy a close relationship with the president - in historical terms, think of John Hay and Theodore Roosevelt, George Marshall/Dean Acheson and Harry Truman, John Foster Dulles and Dwight Eisenhower, ...
This, despite the fact the media Q & A's "have been held on a near-daily basis on weekdays since the 1950s, when John Foster Dulles was secretary of state," according to the Washington Times. The only explanation given for the State Department silence ...
Furthermore, he is the author of eight previous books, including "The Brothers: John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles, and Their secret World war" and "Overthrow: America's Century of regime change from Hawaii to Iraq.
Words to ponder: "The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it is the same problem you had last year.
Focused primarily on finding allies against Moscow, Eisenhower and his secretary of state, John Foster Dulles, decided to woo Nasser; that is the gamble of the title.
Only 6 days later, on January 14, 1954, his Foreign Secretary John Foster Dulles stated: "I do not believe that in this contingency this country [the U.S.
Daily briefings have long been a fixture for U.S. secretaries of state since John Foster Dulles held the role in the 1950s, but Tillerson still has yet to do a televised Q&A.
As far back as 1957, U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles said "the religions of the East are deeply rooted and have many precious values.
In the 1950s, Eisenhower asked John Foster Dulles to do a "complete top down" of NATO, and "retool it completely.
The new Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles, took the memorandum with him on his first trip to the Middle East and echoed many of its points in a radio address at the end of the trip.
They include: French painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir in 1841; Italian operatic tenor Enrico Caruso in 1873; U.S. statesman John Foster Dulles in 1888; actor Herbert "Zeppo" Marx, the "sane" sibling of the early Marx Brothers movies, in 1901; actor Jim ...
He'll next team up again with J.T. Rogers on a play set in Iran during the 1950s, when brothers Allen and John Foster Dulles led the CIA and the State Department, respectively, into a string of quagmires. "It's become a series of history plays, and I'd ...
TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS: Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919), artist; Enrico Caruso (1873-1921), opera singer; John Foster Dulles (1888-1959), diplomat; Zeppo Marx (1901-1979), actor; Bobby Riggs (1918-1995), tennis player; Ralph Stanley (1927-2016), ...
The most visible change at the State Department is the month-long lack of daily press briefings, a fixture since John Foster Dulles was secretary of state in the 1950s. The televised question-and-answer session is watched closely around the world, and ...
(Provocation by South Korea's President Rhee started with support from John Foster Dulles. When North Korea retaliated we had the "brutal aggressor" and that started the Korean war.
In 1972, the handshake between Premier Zhou Enlai and then US president Richard Nixon broke a quarter-century impasse and made amends for a snub Zhou had received from then US Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, who refused to shake his hand ...
Reason for Rhee's belligerence to the North was more about diverting attention to maintain power. He had assurance from John Foster Dulles on June 18 1950 that US lend help through the UN. So he hatched a plan to provoke the North to firing the first ...
The ironclad Monitor is commissioned at the Brooklyn navy Yard. 1865 General Joseph E. Johnston replaces John Bell Hood as Commander of the Confederate army of Tennessee.
The Washington Post noted that the State Department has done away with its daily news briefings, a tradition it maintained since Secretary of State John Foster Dulles served under the Eisenhower administration in 1953. "In fact, in covering my comments ...
"The most visible change at the State Department is the month-long lack of daily press briefings, a fixture since John Foster Dulles was secretary of state in the 1950s. The televised question-and-answer session is watched closely around the world ...
Senior state department officials who would normally be called to the White House for their views on key policy issues, are not being asked their opinion.
The United States takes no position and hasn't for decades. On the one occasion that it did throw its diplomatic weight behind a claimant, the State Department and its advisor, John Foster Dulles, came down on the side of the Chinese. On 8 September ...
He was defended by a young man named John Foster Dulles, whose father was a Presbyterian pastor. Dulles would later serve as the Secretary of State under President Eisenhower, and have an airport named in his honor.
Here's one about the 1950s-era U.S. secretary of state, John Foster Dulles, who left the British Prime Minister bored: "Dull, Duller, Dulles," remarked Churchill.
Since the time of John Foster Dulles in the 1950s, the key concept of the defence architecture of the Pacific has been the 'Island Chain'.
When France and China agreed at Geneva to hold elections to unite the two Vietnams, Diem and his newly enthusiastic supporter, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, took note but signed nothing. Geneva may have ended the French war, but it did not end ...
The NSC's Executive Secretary became an assistant to the President, but was sufficiently self-effacing not to conflict with a powerful Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles. President Kennedy may have initially looked to a strong Secretary of State to ...
Tampoco hay que olvidar que el himno de guerra de los US Marines se titula "From de Halls of Moctezuma"; asimismo, olvidamos que los gringos no tienen amigos, sino intereses, como lo dijo el siniestro exsecretario de Estado, John Foster Dulles.
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles (Republican) stated on February 5, 1957 that: "We continue to believe that unless the parties are able to agree upon some other solution, the solution which was recommended by the Security Council should prevail, ...
Alert the the Kennedy school and the Brookings Institution! Resurrect the corpse of John Foster Dulles! American diplomacy is in its death throes!
However, the US President Dwight Eisenhower and his secretary of state, John Foster Dulles, had not only continued to debate the feasibility of limited use of nuclear weapons but also spent a considerable political capital to establish a public opinion ...
John Foster Dulles, Eisenhower's Secretary of State, put it succinctly: 'a policy of indifference or of aloofness to the problem of the spreading of the Communist evil is not a sufficiently strong inoculation to protect the body politic from this ...
That was not entirely surprising, given that the Cabinet was composed of people like John Foster Dulles and Sinclair Weeks, who had decades of public service behind them.
The loyalty bond between Allen Dulles and the international-bankers was sealed by the fact that Allen Dulles was a 33rd degree Freemason.
Sixty-three years ago this week, John Foster Dulles, Eisenhower's pick for secretary of state, told Congress during his confirmation hearings, that he not only favored "containing" Soviet Union, but also liberating captive populations behind the Iron ...
A fair point, and Eisenhower's wealthy appointees (John Foster Dulles at State, Charles Wilson at Defense, George Humphrey at Treasury) essentially performed well.
Through Sullivan & Cromwell, John Foster Dulles secured bonds for companies, such as IG Farben, which produced chemicals used during the extermination of Jews in Europe, within the Nazi war machine.
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles (Republican) stated on February 5, 1957 that: "We continue to believe that unless the parties are able to agree upon some other solution, the solution which was recommended by the Security Council should prevail, ...
It cited the peaceful evolution theory raised by Former US Secretary of State John Foster Dulles during the Cold War. The theory is understood by Beijing as an American conspiracy to overturn socialist regimes by spreading Western ideas.
Kevin Starr mastered the stage whisper. At a stiff faculty or committee meeting, and with twinkle in his eye, he'd bring a hand or a book to his mouth, and, thus poorly disguised, offer a thought, a bon mot, an impertinent question, or even a joke.
In 1956, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to explain why the United States was selling military aircraft to Saudi Arabia, but not Israel.
Secretary of State John Foster Dulles (Republican) stated on February 5, 1957 that: "We continue to believe that unless the parties are able to agree upon some other solution, the solution which was recommended by the Security Council should prevail, ...
After he had crossed swords with John Foster Dulles, Churchill called him "the only bull who brings his own China shop with him," and coined the progression, "dull, duller, Dulles.
Jiji Press Tokyo (Jiji Press) - In September 1957, then U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles indicated his country's wish to turn the Ogasawara island chain, under U.S.


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