East West relations
Found in 219 Collections and/or Records:
Literary: typescript proofs and draft copies [some annotated by WSC] of WSC's article entitled "The new American policy towards Greece and Turkey" [first published in Life magazine] on his speech at Fulton [United States, 5 March 1946], the spheres of influence developing between the Soviet Union and the western powers, United States policy in the Mediterranean and Middle East, Greek affairs including the communist uprising and elections, Soviet aspirations concerning the Bosphorus Straits [Karadeniz Bogazi, Turkey] and Persia [later Iran], and Britain's role in world affairs., 1947
Also includes: notes and annotations by WSC's secretaries "N S" [Jo Sturdee, later Lady Onslow] and "L M M" [Lettice Marston, later Lettice Shillingford]; letter and notes from Anthony Eden [later 1st Lord Avon] on the article.Other subjects include: the publication of the article in the Daily Telegraph.
Papers and correspondence from the conference, Oslo, Norway, 13-21 June, which JA attended as part of the delegation from the Royal Institute of International Affairs. Includes rough speech notes by JA on East-West relations, particularly relating to Germany and the Soviet Union.
Mainly relates to Europe and the Cold War, particularly Germany and the future of Berlin.
Subjects include: lack of confidence in the Government's economic policy; social security; the sale of council housing; charging foreign visitors for National Health Service treatment; Uganda and Soviet influence in Africa; defence, particularly relating to the Soviet Union, cuts to naval power and building up European defence; rail transport policy; immigration and race relations; unemployment.
Official: Prime Minister: correspondence between WSC and President Dwight D Eisenhower [President of the United States]., 29 Jan 1953 - 31 Mar 1955
Official: Prime Minister: correspondence mainly relating to change of administration., 24 Aug 1953 - 31 Mar 1955
Official: Prime Minister: "Terminal": record of the proceedings of the [Potsdam] Berlin Conference [Germany], 17 July to 1 August, 1945., Jul 1945 - Aug 1945
[marked "box 119/12" by Denis Kelly, WSC's literary assistant, ?at the time of the production of WSC's "Second World War"].
Official: War and Air: intelligence reports, including material from the K K Series., 13 Oct 1920-18 Feb 1921
Official: War and Air: intelligence reports, including material from the K K Series and others., 27 Dec 1920-5 Jan 1921
Includes: Daily Mirror booklet on defence; Empire Industries Association and Empire League bulletin; British Road Federation bulletin; booklet on the Canadian money market; newspaper of the Rhokana African Townships; Conservative Research Department notes on higher pensions and benefits and Labour Party blues; Conservative Political Centre journal; survey of Commonwealth and colonial affairs.
Paper on Gorbachev and his likely impact on East-West relations, following Browne's meetings with him during Gorbachev's visit to Britain in 1984.
Includes a memorandum by GJ.
Papers and correspondence relating to Liberal policy on East-West relations and foreign affairs, 1977 - 1985
Subjects include: the miners’ strike; attempts to expel a member of Militant from the party; NK’s visit to the Soviet Union and talks with President Konstantin Chernenko on nuclear disarmament; disruption in Parliament from the hard Left; talks between the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) and Libya; Shadow Cabinet elections.
Subjects include: battles with the Left; the miners’ strike; NK’s visit to the Soviet Union and talks with President Konstantin Chernenko on nuclear disarmament;
Statement (marked "confidential") of the Conservative Party's "General Principles" on domestic and international affairs. Subjects include: free society and socialist states; the power of the state; duty of government; the welfare state; need for housing; economic policy including taxation; international relations including the increasing power of Russia, the Korean war and the British empire.Typescript. Includes covering letter from R A Butler.