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" That is why this latest Soviet threat or any other threat which is made either independently or in response to our actions this week must and will be met with determination. Any hostile move anywhere in the world against the safety and freedom of peoples... "
News Letter - 5. lappuse
autors: United States. Dept. of State - 1962
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American Foreign Policy, Current Documents

1962
...President Kennedy was making when, in his report to the American people on the Cubar situation, he said : Any hostile move anywhere in the world against the safety and freedom o' peoples to whom we are committed — including in particular the brave peoplt of West Berlin —...
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The Cuban Missile Crisis: President Kennedy's Address to the Nation, October ...

John Fitzgerald Kennedy - 1988 - 38 lapas
...it is difficult to settle 21 That is why this latest Soviet threat or any other threat which is made either independently or in response to our actions...against the safety and freedom of peoples to whom we are committed -- including in particular the brave people of West Berlin -- will be met by whatever action...
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Documents on Disarmament

1963
...atmosphere of intimidation. That is why this latest Soviet threat — or any other threat which is made either independently or in response to our actions...against the safety and freedom of peoples to whom we are committed — including in particular the brave people of West Berlin — will be met by whatever action...
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Deutschland und der Westen im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert: Transatlantische ...

Jürgen Elvert, Michael Salewski - 1993 - 350 lapas
...doch deutlich unterstrichen. So sagte Kennedy in seiner Ansprache zur Kuba-Krise vom 22. Oktober 1962: „Any hostile move anywhere in the world against the safety and freedom of peoples to whom we are committed - including in particular the brave people of West Berlin - will be met by whatever action...
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The Faces of Power: Constancy and Change in United States Foreign Policy ...

Seyom Brown - 1994 - 658 lapas
...became operational. Still Kennedy felt it necessary to warn the Soviets in his October 22 speech that "any hostile move anywhere in the world against the safety and freedom c>{ peoples to whom we arc- eommituul, UK iiidin in particular the people of West Berlin, will he met...
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Cooperation Among Democracies: The European Influence on U.S. Foreign Policy

Thomas Risse, Thomas Risse-Kappen - 1995 - 250 lapas
...from actions against Berlin in his television address on October 22, declaring, "Any hostile action anywhere in the world against the safety and freedom of peoples to whom we are committed—including the brave people of West Berlin—will be met by whatever action is needed." 49 Berlin was the only...
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Constructing National Interests: The United States and the Cuban Missile Crisis

Jutta Weldes - 1996 - 44 lapas
...retaliatory response upon the Soviet Union" (Kennedy, 1962^:: 7-8). "This latest Soviet threat," he declared, "must and will be met with determination. Any hostile...against the safety and freedom of peoples to whom we are committed — including in particular the brave people of West Berlin — will be met by whatever action...
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Cultures of Insecurity: States, Communities, and the Production of Danger

Jutta Weldes - 1999 - 432 lapas
...officials decided, first, that a policy response was required. As Kennedy put it, "The latest Soviet threat must and will be met with determination. Any hostile...against the safety and freedom of peoples to whom we are committed . . . will be met by whatever action is needed" (19620: 10). They also decided that a "quarantine"...
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In Our Own Words: Extraordinary Speeches of the American Century

Robert G. Torricelli, Andrew Carroll - 1999 - 450 lapas
...atmosphere of intimidation. That is why this latest Soviet threat — or any other threat which is made independently or in response to our actions this week — must and will be met with determination. . . . My fellow citizens, let no one doubt that this is a difficult and dangerous effort on which we...
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The Kennedy Tapes: Inside the White House During the Cuban Missile Crisis

Ernest R. May, Philip Zelikow - 2002 - 514 lapas
...atmosphere of intimidation. That is why this latest Soviet threat — or any other threat which is made either independently or in response to our actions...against the safety and freedom of peoples to whom we are committed — including in particular the brave people of West Berlin — will be met by whatever action...
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