Henry Kissinger discusses how to prepare for the Geneva Summit
Krogh, Peter F. (Peter Frederic)
Person InterviewedKissinger, Henry
Peter Krogh discusses U.S. preparations for the Geneva Summit meeting between President Reagan and General Secretary Gorbachev.
Leading up to the 1985 Geneva Summit when President Reagan met with Soviet Primer Mikhail Gorbachev, leaders in government and the broad American public anticipated possible outcomes to the meeting. In this episode former National Security Advisor and Secretary of State to Presidents Nixon and Ford explores these outcomes and strategies for success. He weighs in on many concerns of the nation at large including the style of our diplomacy, competitive arms control and the threat of nuclear weapons. President Regan was in the fifth year of his presidency and had an overwhelmingly positive approval rating, but lacked experience in this high form of diplomacy. Kissinger discusses how the President can achieve positive results by attaining agreements that are beneficial to both parties.
Russia; Former Soviet Union;
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