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June 11, 1988 | WILLIAM TUOHY, Times Staff Writer
Deputy Secretary of State John C. Whitehead said Friday that economic reform in Eastern Europe would create a more stable and peaceful East-West relationship. Whitehead, the No. 2 man in the U.S. State Department, said that "we in the West are heartened by the economic reforms under discussion in a number of Eastern countries." "We encourage stronger and bolder steps," he added. "We want the drive for greater economic openness in the East to succeed."
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June 11, 1988 | WILLIAM TUOHY, Times Staff Writer
Deputy Secretary of State John C. Whitehead said Friday that economic reform in Eastern Europe would create a more stable and peaceful East-West relationship. Whitehead, the No. 2 man in the U.S. State Department, said that "we in the West are heartened by the economic reforms under discussion in a number of Eastern countries." "We encourage stronger and bolder steps," he added. "We want the drive for greater economic openness in the East to succeed."
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October 12, 1987
The United States should use trade policy to help Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev's domestic policy reforms, former presidential candidate Walter F. Mondale said. Mondale said the Carter Administration used such a course to help Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping carry out his economic reform program.
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October 12, 1987
The United States should use trade policy to help Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev's domestic policy reforms, former presidential candidate Walter F. Mondale said. Mondale said the Carter Administration used such a course to help Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping carry out his economic reform program.
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October 7, 1988 | Associated Press
Deputy Secretary of State John C. Whitehead will visit Romania, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Bulgaria from Sunday through Oct. 20, his sixth mission to Eastern Europe, the State Department said Thursday.
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January 29, 1988
The United States publicly protested Brazil's planned $2-billion sale of missiles, tanks and other arms to Libya. The U.S. protest was also made privately last week by John C. Whitehead, deputy secretary of state, to Brazilian envoys in Washington. Brazil has defended the sale by saying it does not involve "arms of aggression."
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January 7, 1987
The State Department outlawed the use of private funds for entertainment at American embassies. Deputy Secretary of State John C. Whitehead said the ruling was made because Americans who donated money to entertainment funds may have done so to gain influence. The policy change came a month after the U.S.
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May 8, 1988 | From Reuters
Deputy Secretary of State John C. Whitehead said Saturday he will strongly urge that hijackers of a Kuwaiti jet be brought to justice in a meeting with Algerian officials next week. Whitehead leaves Monday on a trip that includes stops in Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco and France. The United States criticized the deal last month in which Algeria allowed the hijackers, who killed two hostages, to leave the plane at Algiers.
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