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A part of a sub-series that records an important matters within the overseas coverage of the administrations of Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford. This quantity files the Nixon administration's selection to open high-level discussions with the People's Republic of China (PRC) in addition to its on-going family members with the Republic of China on Taiwan from 1969 to1972.
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Extra info for Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969-1976, Volume XVII, China,1969-1972
Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs until May 4, 1969 Burns, Dr. S. S. S. S. , Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Politico-Military Affairs until August 1969; thereafter Deputy Director, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency Fazio, V. , Assistant Secretary of Defense for Administration, January 1969–June 1971; thereafter Secretary of the Army Fukuda Takeo, Foreign Minister of Japan, July 5, 1971–July 7, 1972 Fulbright, J. S. , member, National Security Council Operations Staff/International Economic Affairs, 1970–1972 Howe, Lieutenant Commander Jonathan, USN member, National Security Council Staff, 1970–1972 Hsiung Hsiang-hui, People’s Republic of China diplomat and assistant to Chou En-lai; also, PRC Ambassador to Mexico from April 1972 Huang Chen, PRC Ambassador to France Huang Hua, PRC Ambassador to the United Arab Republic until July 1969; PRC Ambassador to Canada, July 1971; PRC Chief Delegate, UN Security Council and PRC Ambassador to the United Nations from November 1971 Hughes, Thomas L.
1 The CIA’s early use of its new covert action mandate dissatisfied officials at the Departments of State and Defense. The Department of State, believing this role too important to be left to the CIA alone and concerned that the military might create a new rival covert action office in the Pentagon, pressed to reopen the issue of where responsibility for covert action activities should reside. Consequently, on June 18, 1948, a new NSC directive, NSC 10/2, superseded NSC 4–A. ” 1 NC 4–A, December 17, 1947, is printed in Foreign Relations, 1945–1950, Emergence of the Intelligence Establishment, Document 257.
Document 298. : Central Intelligence Agency, 1994), pp. 437–439. S. Covert Actions LI the President himself had authority to order, approve, manage, or curtail operations. NSC 5412 Special Group; 5412/2 Special Group; 303 Committee The Eisenhower administration began narrowing the CIA’s latitude in 1954. In accordance with a series of National Security Council directives, the responsibility of the Director of Central Intelligence for the conduct of covert operations was further clarified. President Eisenhower approved NSC 5412 on March 15, 1954, reaffirming the Central Intelligence Agency’s responsibility for conducting covert actions abroad.