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U.S.-Soviet relations: a discussion of perestroika and economic reform. (James Baker address) (transcript)
December 1, 1989... U.S.-Soviet Relations: A Discussion of Perestroika and Economic Reform Since 1985, the Soviet Union has pursued an extraordinary effort at internal reform--an effort now known to the world through the words "perestroika" and "glasnost." Perestroika and glasnost are an inextricable mix of...
Prerequisites and principles for arms control. (James Baker address, includes question-answer session) (transcript)
December 1, 1989... Prerequisites and Principles for Arms Control As you know, this speech was supposed to be given last week. A terrible tragedy intervened [earthquake in the San Francisco area on October 17], and naturally I thought at first that I should cancel it. In view of the suffering, it did not...
Points of mutual advantage: perestroika and American foreign policy. (James Baker address) (transcript)
December 1, 1989... Points of Mutual Advantage: Perestroika and American Foreign Policy Since the end of World War II, the United States and the Soviet Union have been engaged in constant struggle, a contest of superpower strength but also a contest of values and vision. No relationship has been more difficult...
Freedom and world prosperity. (George Bush address) (transcript)
December 1, 1989... Freedom and World Prosperity We in the United States are keenly aware of these annual gatherings, the importance of them--you drive the work of all of us in maintaining a strong international economic and financial system. This is my first opportunity to speak to you as President of the...
Visit of Mexican president Salinas. (Carlos Salinas de Cortari and George Bush address) (transcript)
December 1, 1989... Visit of Mexican President Salinas Welcoming Ceremony (1) President Bush Less than 1 year ago, we met in Houston, Texas, as two Presidents-elect and began to focus on what for each of us is a major Presidential responsibility: defining and enhancing the U.S.-Mexican...