Richard Nixon Discusses Failure of the Paris Peace Negotiations Ca. 1970Unknown - 1970
There is "no progress at the negotiating table," according to President Nixon. The United States has met the four demands outlined by those negotiating for North Vietnam: they have stopped bombing North Vietnam; there have been reductions of United States troops; the United States is negotiating with the National Liberation Front; and the United States agrees, in principle, to fully withdraw all troops upon successful negotiation. However, in Nixon's words, the United States had "taken risks for peace," but there was no progress.
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Copyright Date: ©1970
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