Visit Website Toward this end, Nixon and his advisors—including Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird —developed a new strategy they called Vietnamization. The Vietnamization plan provided for a gradual, phased withdrawal of American combat forces, combined with an expanded effort to train and equip South Vietnam to take over military responsibility for its own defense. The president announced his Vietnamization strategy to the American people in a nationally televised speech on November 3,
The way had been cleared today for Dr.
Burnham said early in the crisis that they intended to fly to London to present their case to the British Government. Jagan told Reuter, "We will go unless the British Government places some further obstacle n our way.
Dutch officials have refused to allow them to stay overnight but do not object to a short stop over. The Dutch Government will allow them to land in Amsterdam it was confirmed today.
Though the leaders of the P. Both have passports already, though Mr. Burnham needs endorsement for travel to European countries which will be made tomorrow. Jagan said he was considering a further cable to Mr. Clement Attlee to follow his cable earlier today asking the British Labour Party to send a delegation to British Guiana.
Presumably he would inform Mr. Attlee of the new position and cancel the request. Henry Hopkinson, reports to him from British Guiana. It was confirmed here today that Mr. Sidney King, former Minister of Labour, and Mr.
Ashton Chase, former Minister of Health, had also made an unsuccessful attempt to travel to London. They are both P. Jagan, deposed Prime Minister of British Guiana. It is learnt that Dr. Jagan has been told that he would be certainly welcome to come to India when he found it convenient to do so after his projected visit to U.
But it would not be possible for him to address Parliament since it is not the custom in India to permit non-members to do so.
Jagan has further been informed that members of Parliament would no doubt be interested in meeting him and hearing his views informally. Jagan had in his telegram to Prime Minister Nehru asked for assistance in the dispute with the British authorities. He had also wanted an invitation for his colleague, Mr.
Burnham, and for himself to address the Indian Parliament. While official comment on the situation in Guiana is not available there is no doubt that the Government on India is watching developments in this British colony with interest and some concern.
According to the observers here, the justification given by the British Colonial Office for the use of force to throw out a Government constitutionally established seems to lack conviction. Political circles believe that British Guiana is another example of the strong-arm tactics the British Colonial Office has been recently using.
Apart from being contrary to the British tradition and professed policy of leading colonial peoples to self-government, such tactics are considered to be harmful, in that they increase tension in the world. Neither have they succeeded elsewhere, for instance, in Kenya.
The view is also expressed here that the British Colonial Office which overthrew the legally established Government of British Guiana by violence is acting contrary to the spirit which has animated so conspicuously the efforts of the British Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill, to bring about international understanding and peace.
Force cannot solve any problem and it will only serve to increase tension in the world. Clement Atlee, saying that he regretted it was impossible for him to intervene in British Guiana affairs.
Jagan also said that Mr.Yet, Nixon and Kissinger, who alone decided foreign policy, “quite simply did not consider an unsigned withdrawal as ‘peace with honor'”.
(8) In US combat losses in Vietnam totaled 9,, down from 14, in Martin Luther King Jr. (January 15, – April 4, ) was an American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement from until his death in Born in Atlanta, King is best known for advancing civil rights through nonviolence and civil disobedience, tactics his Christian beliefs and the nonviolent activism of.
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Good evening. I have asked for this radio and television time tonight for the purpose of announcing that we today have concluded an agreement to end the war and bring peace with honor in Vietnam and in Southeast Asia.
"Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God." Matthew This web page lists famous peacemakers in birth order, thus enabling the visualization of contemporary groups & ever changing patterns of "peace work" over the years.
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