Author: David C Humphrey,James E. Miller
Publisher: Bureau of Public Affairs, Office of the Historian (July 21, 2003)
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United States Government Printing Office. This volume has been tagged with the following entries from the Subject Taxonomy of the History of .
United States Government Printing Office. Johnson Administration Volumes.
The portion of the volume covering the United Nations focuses principally on the Article 19 dispute over financing United .
The portion of the volume covering the United Nations focuses principally on the Article 19 dispute over financing United Nations peacekeeping efforts and on the creation of a United Nations peacekeeping force for Cyprus. Several major issues considered by the United Nations during the Johnson Presidency are documented in other Foreign Relations volumes: the Vietnam war, volumes I-VII; Arms Control and Disarmament, volume XI; the Arab-Israeli Crisis and 1967 War, volume XIX; South Asia, volume XXV; and China, volume XXX.
Amendment to the Foreign Service Act, Section 911, to permit the payment of travel expenses of employees and dependents . The Hays bill failed when the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations tabled it on September 15, 1966
Amendment to the Foreign Service Act, Section 911, to permit the payment of travel expenses of employees and dependents when warranted by extraordinary conditions, or circumstances involving unusual personal hardship. The Hays bill failed when the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations tabled it on September 15, 1966. No further action was taken either on the Hays bill or the list of USIA officers proposed for FSO status. In 1967 USIA submitted a new bill, providing for a career service comparable to the FSO corps, that became law in 1968. Printed from a copy that indicates the President signed the original.
Other books in the series. Foreign Relations of the United States, 1964–1968 (1 - 10 of 34 books). Books by David C. Humphrey.
8) the implementation in South Vietnam of major foreign policy decisions of the President and ancillary policy actions directed by the Secretary of State. Other books in the series.
The new volume is part of the Johnson presidency 1964-1968, although about one third is devoted .
The new volume is part of the Johnson presidency 1964-1968, although about one third is devoted to the years 1960 to 1963. In 1998 the Director for Central Intelligence (DCI) George Tenant announced that he did not have the financial resources to proceed with the work.
development and economic defense policy; commodities - v. 10. National security policy - v. 1. Organization and management of . Foreign policy: United Nations - v. 34. Energy diplomacy and global issues. 11. Arms control and disarmament - v. 12. Western Europe - v.
In foreign policy, The war in Vietnam was a highly divisive issue in the .
In foreign policy, The war in Vietnam was a highly divisive issue in the 1970s. Nixon had introduced a policy of detente in the Cold War, but it was strongly challenged by Reagan and the conservative movement. In 1968, Johnson saw his overwhelming coalition of 1964 disintegrate. Humphrey, with a coalition of state organizations, city bosses such as Mayor Richard Daley, and labor unions, won the nomination and ran against Republican Richard Nixon and independent George Wallace in the general election.
Farnsworth, David Nelson. McCormick, James M. "Decision making in the foreign affairs and foreign relations committees
Farnsworth, David Nelson. The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (University of Illinois Press, 1961), a topical survey of the Committee's activity from 1947 to 1956. The Most Exclusive Club : A History of the Modern United States Senate (2006). "Decision making in the foreign affairs and foreign relations committees. in Randall B. Ripley and James M. Lindsay, ed. .
Current Status of the Foreign Relations Series. The first part of this volume documents the various foreign economic options that Nixon administration officials considered in trying to alleviate the balance-of-payments problem. Sesquicentennial of the Foreign Relations Series.
Foreign Country Studies. Foreign Government Programs & Policies. Foreign Relations of the United States Series (FRUS). Supreme Court Slip Opinions. Court Cases & Documents- . Court of International Trade. US Court of International Trade Reports. International Agreements & Treaties.
NOTE: NO FURTHER DISCOUNT FOR THIS PRINT PRODUCT--OVERSTOCK SALE -- Significantly reduced list price while supplies last This volume is part of a subseries of volumes of the Foreign Relations series that documents the most important issues in the foreign policy of the 5 years (1964-1968) of the administration of Lyndon B. Johnson. This volume documents U.S. policy toward Vietnam from August 1968 to January 1969. Other products relating to the President Lyndon B. Johnson administration can be found here:https://bookstore.gpo.gov/catalog/us-military-history/presidential-history/36-lyndon-b-johnsonOther print volumes within the Foreign Relations of the United Sates (FRUS) historical reference series can be found here: https://bookstore.gpo.gov/catalog/international-foreign-affairs/foreign-relations-united-states-series-frus