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Page 948 - ... a state which consistently upholds its political and economic independence, fights against imperialism and its military blocs, against military bases on its territory; a state which fights against the new forms of colonialism and the penetration of imperialist capital; a state which rejects dictatorial and despotic methods of government; a state in which the people are...
Page 625 - We had so much trouble getting those two French generals [de Gaulle and Giraud] together that I thought to myself that this was as difficult as arranging the meeting of Grant and Lee — and then suddenly the press conference was on, and Winston and I had had no time to prepare for it, and the thought 8.
Page 651 - Franz Schurmann, Ideology and Organization in Communist China (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1968), vii, 504.
Page 499 - Prisoners of war shall be evacuated, as soon as possible after their capture, to camps situated in an area far enough from the combat zone for them to be out of danger. Only those prisoners of war who, owing to wounds or sickness, would run greater risks by being evacuated than by remaining where they are, may be temporarily kept back in a danger zone.
Page 537 - Every prisoner of war, when questioned on the subject, is bound to give only his surname, first names and rank, date of birth, and army, regimental, personal or serial number, or failing this, equivalent information.
Page 900 - Union, has stated categorically that "most of the things of a positive character that are happening in the Soviet Union tod'ay are explainable only in terms of the influence of the West, for which the most important single channel is radio. . . . There is now enough communication to keep us part of a single civilization, to keep us influencing each other, to assure that any Western idea circulates in the Soviet Union too. The pessimistic expectation that totalitarianism could develop an accepted...
Page 980 - They claimed that the deteriorating situation ... is a direct result of colonial conquest, and the people of Algeria cannot be said to have exercised their right to self-determination as envisaged in the United Nations Charter.
Page 804 - The working group also stated that "international cooperation was increasingly an important factor in establishing satellite systems for direct broadcasting." The report includes three specific conclusions : (a) While it is considered that satellite technology has reached the stage at which it is possible to contemplate the future development of satellites capable of directing broadcasting to the public at large, direct, broadcasting TV signals into existing...
Page 651 - guiding" the masses not to hold big meetings, not to put up big-character posters and by creating all kinds of taboos, aren't you suppressing the masses' revolution, not allowing them to make revolution and opposing their revolution?
Page 643 - ... assuredness, since they did have access to otherwise unavailable information — or at any rate to otherwise unavailable devices for carrying that information. Hence, for example, the repeated pronouncements, inside and outside Parliament, of Harold Wilson, Michael Stewart, Maurice Foley, and Lord Shepherd. The authoritative tone which the executive branch adopted on Nigeria-Biafra, as on foreign policy questions generally, was enhanced by a feeling common in Western capitals that the Nigerian...