Carter's Foreign Policy

Szulc, Tad
July 1976
New Republic;7/17/76, Vol. 175 Issue 3, p14
Assesses the proposed foreign policy of presidential candidate Jimmy Carter in the U.S. Awareness of Carter on the realities of international issues; Insistence of new standards of morality in the foreign policy, by Carter; Speeches delivered by Carter and U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on the proposed foreign policy; Differences in the foreign policies proposed by President Gerald R. Ford and Carter; Emphasis of Carter on a strong national defense; Views on Carter on the foreign relations of the U.S. with the communist countries of Europe; Support of Carter to the settlement of the Arab-Israeli dispute; Criticism of Carter to the foreign policy of the administration of former President Richard Nixon.


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