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This volume is the first of two volumes devoted to the START I agreement with the Soviet Union to reduce and limit strategic offensive arms. This volume documents the negotations and internal U.S. deliberations during the Reagan administration.
This release replaces the image-only preview edition and marks the completion of the digitization of this microfiche supplement, originally published in 1998. The supplement is now keyword- and date-searchable online and downloadable as free ebooks.
This volume documents the U.S. relationship with Western Europe from 1973 to 1976. This second, revised edition incorporates a chapter on Italy that was not included in the first edition, which was published in 2014.
In the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Sec. Powell and other members of the National Security Council met at the White House and later Camp David to discuss the U.S. response.�� @USNatArchives, @ GWBLibrary
At the United Nations in June 2001, Sec. Powell warned that the HIV/AIDS crisis posed “a clear and present danger to the world.”In 2003, Pres. Bush and Sec. Powell advocated for and launched the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (@PEPFAR).
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