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CSPAN
Apr 9, 2015 1:35am EDT
his right-hand man with u.s.-china relations and intelligence reform but it went mostly and he did. he later worked quietly with the foreign policy team event occasionally gave rise to the obama white house. a few specific examples with the british pound collapsing and kissinger scowcroft stepped in for an arrangement of concessions by the britain prime minister for the $4 billion imf rescue package supported by a germany and france. in they have to keep these negotiations secret away from the press so wasn't a further run on the power to. with united states than the soviet union to withdraw of ground forces from europe but is in comparison to the warsaw pact would be to the united states net advantage to take a vantage away from mchale gorbachev. especially from defense secretary cheney read through them belligerently demand the wall being torn down he created the underlying conditions to make it no longer occurred necessary. and what they cahow with nuclear missiles to reduce the warheads and his argument is set up touche 10 warheads were more attractive with weapons used in cont
CSPAN
Mar 14, 2015 8:00am EDT
had happened. serving as president's personal emissary to countries such as the soviet union china, saudi arabia germany france and great britain for the discussion of particularly sensitive issues, be an honest broker as national security adviser working as a business consultant from 1977-1988 and then from 1994 through the present and agreeing to serve as chair or co-chair of blue ribben commissions, study groups. so what important elements are not implicated in a week's title -- in a book's title and subtitle? one is perhaps, the momentous history of which scowcroft was a part. many of the chief events in u.s. national security policy over the last 40 years. 32 out of 31 -- 22 out of 31 chapters as an adviser to presidents ronald reagan and george w. bush. i had two decision rules. one was to focus on a few principal events such as the u.s. evacuation of sigh done and the development of u.s./china relations, the tower board's investigation of the iran contra scandal that would lead up to the implementation of the 1991 gulf war and the decision to attack iraq in 2003 where many o
CSPAN
Apr 9, 2015 5:08am EDT
. evacuation of saigon, the development of the u.s. and china relations the board investigation of the iran contra scandal, leading us to this 1991 gulf war and the decision to attack iraq in 2003, where many of the former colleagues and friends and allies were working for george w. bush. and i also wanted to focus on his role in other important if less well-known ways. the u.s. government [inaudible] why condoleezza rice departed from the examples in by her mentor and friend on the following. and how brent scowcroft's roll and his role in pioneering the development of high-ranking officials turn to international business consulting after serving in office. and other niches that did not effectively exist in the 70s. .. we were sort of keystone cops. after the soviets pulled out with disastrous longer-term consequences. the administration would handle the demise of yugoslavia and not more proactive. finally the book titled is not give a a false sense of the international is. he accepts the world as it is and believes the united states should work with the powers. in pursuit of common go
CSPAN
Mar 7, 2015 8:33pm EST
soviet union china saudi arabia germany france and great britain for the discussion of particularly sensitive issues being an honest broker of national security adviser working as a business consultant from 1977 until 1988 and from 1994 to the present and agreeing to serve as chair or cochair of blue-ribbon commissions and study groups. so what important elements are not implicated in the book's title and subtitle? one is perhaps a momentous history of which scowcroft was a part. he played a key role in many of the chief opponents in u.s. national security policy the last 40 years. 22 of the 31 chapters devoted to scowcroft's actions in the white house source adviser to presidents ronald reagan and george w. bush. for these chapters i had to decision rules rules. one was to focus on a few principle events such as the u.s. evacuation of saigon the development of u.s.-china relations the tower board's investigation of iran-contra scandal the limitation of the 1981 gulf war and the decision to attack iraq in 2003 where many of his former colleagues and allies were working for george w.
Search Results 0 to 4 of about 5 (some duplicates have been removed)