Relates to American foreign policy in the Middle East, and especially to American relations with Lebanon and Iran. Includes an interview segment on Iran conducted by the Columbia University Oral History Research Office.
Relates to various aspects of the career of John Foster Dulles and to his oversight of American foreign policy as secretary of state during the presidential administration of Dwight D. Eisenhower. Includes program of the conference.
Transcripts of interviews of American diplomats and State Department officials, relating to Iranian-American relations and political and economic conditions in Iran, primarily during the decades of the 1960s and 1970s. Interviews conducted as a project sponsored by the Foundation for Iranian Studies and Columbia University.
Letters and press releases, relating to post-1975 political conditions in Laos. Includes photocopy of a letter from L. Desaix Anderson, director, Office of Vietnam, Laos and Kampuchea Affairs, United States Department of State, to C. N. Sayamontry, relating to American government policy toward Laos.
Correspondence, writings, personnel records, printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to American public diplomacy, and especially to the promotion of private education in China and Taiwan. Includes papers of Zhang Guang Zhao, husband of T. K. Thiele.
Speeches of Jeane Kirkpatrick, Elliott Abrams, William Bennett and Dan Quayle, letters, memoranda, testimony, bulletins, and printed matter, relating to American foreign and domestic policy during the administrations of Ronald Reagan and George Bush, to human rights violations throughout the world, and to the United Nations.
Relates primarily to Soviet-American relations in the interwar period, and also to American Red Cross relief work in Russia, the Baltic States and Germany, 1919-1921, and to American-Irish relations. Published as A Question of Trust: The Origins of U.S.-Soviet Diplomatic Relations (Stanford, 1986). Includes transcripts of interviews and supplementary biographical material used in preparation of the book.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, printed matter, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to the 1967 congressional campaign of Paul McCloskey in California, McCloskey's 1972 Republican presidential primary campaign, the 1976 presidential campaign of Jimmy Carter (especially in California), American foreign policy during the presidential administration of Jimmy Carter, and United States relations with Sweden.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, reports, studies, notes, legal and financial records, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the gubernatorial administration of Ronald Reagan in California, and to foreign policy and public lands management during the presidential administration of Ronald Reagan.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, dispatches, memoranda, reports, schedules, printed matter, and photographs, relating to diplomatic relations between the United States and Chile; political, social and economic conditions in Chile; United States foreign policy in Latin America; and communist movements in Latin America.
Diaries, memoirs, and printed matter, relating to C. W. Tarr's experience as a soldier in World War II, his public and educational careers, American military and foreign policy and military conscription during the administrations of Presidents Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford, and the operations of Deere and Company, a multinational corporation.
Clippings, notes, reports, and a speech, relating to diplomatic terminology, the visit of President Sékou Touré of Guinea to the United States in 1959, the Panama Canal, and American investment in Africa.