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May 7, 1991 | DAVID HOLLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Undersecretary of State Robert Kimmitt expressed hope today that China will respond to U.S. concerns about political repression, arms sales and trade in a positive enough way to ease bilateral tensions and preserve close economic ties.
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May 7, 1991 | DAVID HOLLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Undersecretary of State Robert Kimmitt expressed hope today that China will respond to U.S. concerns about political repression, arms sales and trade in a positive enough way to ease bilateral tensions and preserve close economic ties.
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June 13, 1989
Saying it wants to prevent the return to power of the Khmer Rouge, the Bush Administration called for stepped-up military aid to the non-Communist forces in Cambodia. The United States has been sending about $7 million a year in covert aid to a guerrilla coalition headed by Prince Norodom Sihanouk. Robert Kimmitt, undersecretary of state for political affairs, told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that the increased aid would strengthen Sihanouk's position in negotiations next month on a Vietnamese withdrawal from Cambodia as well as deter attacks by the Khmer Rouge on his forces.
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September 14, 1990 | From Times Staff Writer
If you want to keep up with official Washington terminology, take the term "burden-sharing" out of your vocabulary. The Bush Administration isn't using it any more. "Burden-sharing" was the term commonly used in recent years for U.S. efforts to persuade allies such as Japan, West Germany and South Korea to help pay for the costs of stationing American troops overseas. But Undersecretary of State Robert Kimmitt told a congressional hearing this week that U.S.
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November 27, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
The State Department said today that it has lodged a strong protest with the Soviet Embassy concerning the "dangerous escalation" created by Nicaragua's alleged attempt to ship Soviet Bloc weaponry to leftist rebels in El Salvador. Department spokeswoman Margaret Tutwiler said the Central American issue, as a result of the abortive weapons delivery attempt, will become a prime area of discussion when President Bush meets with Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev on Dec.
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April 18, 1991 | Times Staff Writer
Chinese Ambassador Zhu Qizhen protested President Bush's meeting Tuesday night with the Dalai Lama, Administration officials said Wednesday. Zhu "explained the Chinese government's concern about meetings by foreign officials with the Dalai Lama," the exiled spiritual leader of 6 million Tibetan Buddhists, a State Department statement said. At the Tuesday night meeting with Zhu, Undersecretary of State Robert M. Kimmitt, third-ranking official in the State Department, reiterated U.S.
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November 28, 1989 | JAMES GERSTENZANG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
President Bush will tell Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev at their summit conference this weekend that the deployment of surface-to-air missiles in El Salvador "is a dangerous escalation" of the conflict there, the Administration said Monday, suggesting that Central American conflicts threaten improved superpower relations.
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November 9, 1987 | Associated Press
Ex-presidential aide Michael K. Deaver supported naming a U.S. acid-rain envoy to Canada, although he told a grand jury that he wasn't involved in the issue, a witness testified today at Deaver's perjury trial. "He thought this was the best way to handle the issue at the upcoming summit" between President Reagan and Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, said Robert Kimmitt, a former National Security Council aide.
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August 14, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
President Bush said today that Jordan's King Hussein, carrying a letter from Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, is on his way to the United States and will meet with him Thursday. King Hussein has staked out a role as Arab emissary to the Iraqi president and hopes to serve as a mediator between him and the United States. On Monday, the king traveled to Baghdad to meet with Hussein.
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November 10, 1987 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, Times Staff Writer
Former National Security Adviser Robert C. McFarlane and two other former officials of the Reagan Administration testified Monday that Michael K. Deaver was involved in high-level talks on the Canadian acid rain problem--despite his sworn testimony that he could not recall such discussions. The statements by McFarlane, former U.S. Ambassador Paul H. Robinson Jr.
BUSINESS
May 7, 2003 | Evelyn Iritani, Times Staff Writer
The United States signed an agreement with Singapore on Tuesday that will lower barriers on $33 billion in two-way trade and provide tougher copyright protection for U.S. entertainment companies operating in the wealthy Asian city-state. The two countries also struck a compromise in the global culture wars. Under the pact, Singapore will maintain control over domestic television programming but give U.S.
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