President Carter

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Noun1.President Carter - 39th President of the United States (1924-)President Carter - 39th President of the United States (1924-)
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(55.) Memo, Stuart Eizenstat to President Carter, 2/18/80, box LA-7, WHCF-Subject File, JCL.
When Odom was an aide to Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Carter's National Security Adviser, he had the following horrifying experience, as related by Thomas Powers in The New York Review of Books:
Launched by President Carter with fanfare in 1980, SFC's mission was to shepherd in a new industry -- one that would tap unconventional resources like coal, tar sands, oil shale and heavy crude to meet future U.S.
The US had placed PS1bn in Iranian assets in London for quick transfer to Iran and sent another proposal to Tehran to win freedom for the hostages before President Carter handed over the US Presidency to Ronald Reagan.
President Carter, pictured above, a lifelong Thomas fan, sent a message of support to the couple when they embarked on the threeyear restoration project in 2005.
PRESIDENT Carter and other American officials have begun to feel the iash of European anger over the pounds 2.5O subsidy being extended to U.S.
Former President Carter blasted the PM for following George Bush's foreign policy and suggested he shared the blame for the continuing violence in the Middle East.
Sudanese President Al-Bashir and former US President Carter shake hands at the Presidential Palace in Khartoum Feb 9, 210 (SUNA)
Focused on the Carter years, it argues that President Carter came into office prepared to follow the general strategy of a new global order initiated by Henry Kissinger in 1973, which required detente with the Soviet Union, but that weapons developments in the Soviet Union forced the administration to balk almost immediately.
Those who engage in the endless public conversation about the role of religion in politics will be quoting from President Carter's new and engaging book Our Endangered Values.
Masisi was received at Sir Seretse Khama International Airport by Permanent Secretary to the President Carter Morupisi and other senior government officials.
Sheikh Zayed's position in this coalition was key, as acknowledged by President Carter himself, who credits the late UAE President with taking on a leadership role.