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Browsing items in: Richard L. Walker, In His Own Words

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    • "China Studies in McCarthy's Shadow: A Personal Memoir"

    • 1905-6-20
    • Article in The National Interest. "The McCarthyism label never matched the reality. There were positive developments in China studies even during its worst years."
    • Richard L. Walker. Memoir. Joseph McCarthy. China.
    • "A Soldier Reviews His Education"

    • 1946-12
    • "We can never be the best-educated nation in the world until our education has a world view"
    • Richard L. Walker. Education. Military.
    • "The Developing Role of Cultural Diplomacy in Asia"

    • 1959
    • Essay reprinted from Issues and Conflicts, University of Kansas Press."It is probable that in order to match the Communist efforts in this field we shall have to give added emphasis to controlling and organizing our information and cultural...
    • Richard L. Walker. Diplomacy. Cultural Diplomacy. Politics. Asia.
    • "Truce or Peace in Korea?"

    • 1963-2-2
    • Article in the New Leader. "We have been careless in our references to these 'truce' negotiations, and have many times followed unwittingly the Communist propaganda line equating 'truce' with 'peace.'"
    • Richard L. Walker. Korea.
    • "Safeguarding Taiwan's Future"

    • 1979-02-6
    • A statement for the Foreign Relations Committee, U.S. Senate. "The people in Taiwan should have effective guarantees that the social and economic progress they have made in the face of great adversity, will not be sacrificed."
    • Richard L. Walker. Taiwan. Politics. Communism.
    • "Idealism and Realism: A Chinese Dimension"

    • 1980-10
    • A keynote address. "China will keep the surface appearances of the commitment to Marxism-Leninism. It will persist in that style, but underneath the longest-lived civilizaiton in the world, with its emphasis on the interpersonal equation persists."
    • Richard L. Walker. China. Mao Tse-tung. Communism.
    • "Looking Toward the Centennial"

    • 1981-10-29
    • Opening address at the Conference on Korea-American Relations. "As we enter our second century of diplomatic amity, I sincerely believe there are now two cultures which can better show to the world the mutual benefit of security cooperation,...
    • Richard L. Walker. Korea. Korean-American Relations.
    • Cartoon Advertisement

    • 1981-5-5
    • Cartoon Advertisement for guest speaker Dr. Richard Walker at the Old Hiers Dinner Theater, in Columbia, SC.
    • Richard L. Walker. Cartoon. Columbia--South Carolina.
    • "Opening of the Trans-Korea Pipeline Extension"

    • 1981-9-20
    • Remarks at the opening ceremony of Turnover of Trans-Korea Pipeline Extension. "These facts of our life as allies serve to cement us closer together, to link a United States with a Republic of Korea which is on the front line of the struggle...
    • Richard L. Walker. Korea. Uijongbu--Korea.
    • "Korean-American Relations: The Challenges that Lie Ahead"

    • 1982-09-28
    • Lecture presented for the Centennial of Korean-American Relations Celebration. "In our years of alliance and cooperation ahead, let us hope that both our nations will keep to the path of the open societies which accept the advantages of...
    • Richard L. Walker. Korea. Centennial. Diplomacy. Politics.
    • "A Scottish Thanks (No Funds Involved)"

    • 1982-11-27
    • Remarks for the St. Andrew's Night Ball. "Here in far away Korea they [Scots] wrote a magnificent page in the story of valor and defense of freedom during the Korean War."
    • Richard L. Walker. St Andrew's Society.
    • "Eight Realities in U.S.-Korean Relations"

    • 1982-2-19
    • Remarks to the World Affairs Council of Northern California and the Korean-American Chamber of Commerce. "Whatever projects, opportunities, or policies our two countries pursue, the operational environment will be the geopolitical, economic, and...
    • Richard L. Walker. Korea. Korean-American Relations.
    • "Thomas Jefferson and the Importance of Universities and Freedom of Thought"

    • 1982-4-13
    • Remarks on acceptance of an honorary degree. "I believe that much of the code of Thomas Jefferson is relevant for both our countries today, when we face a challenge by Marxist-Leninist states which are the very opposite of the values we hold dear."
    • Richard L. Walker. Korea. Seoul National University--Korea.
    • "Changing Patterns in American Diplomacy: Implications for Korean-American Relations"

    • 1982-4-28
    • A talk for the Royal Asiatic Society. "In the years ahead, let us demonstrate for the world the great advantages which can come to two disparate cultures by keeping our doors fully open for unfettered interchange of ideas, commerce, art, music, and...
    • Richard L. Walker. Korea. Korean-American Relations. Diplomacy.
    • "Korean-American Economic Relations"

    • 1982-5-20
    • Welcoming remarks at Opening Plenary Session of the 7th Joint Meeting of the Economic Councils of Korea and the United States. "Our nations share a long history of close relations in many areas - diplomatic, military, cultural, religious, but no...
    • Richard L. Walker. Korea. Economy--Korea.
    • "Some Guideposts for Education in a Changing World"

    • 1982-6-21
    • Keynote address at Jeonbug National University. "In the field of education I would suggest that for the Korean nation, whose only major national resouce is the inestimable talents of its people, some of those gidelines or bearings lie right within...
    • Richard L. Walker. Korea. Education--Korea. Jeonbug National University--Korea.
    • "Korean-American Relation in the Dynamically Changing Western Pacific"

    • 1983-5-6
    • Address at a dinner meeting for the Leaders of the Masan-Changwon-Chinhae Community. "Because we do believe that our vital security relationship, our growing cultural contacts, and our commitment to free institutions constitue a foundations for the...
    • Richard L. Walker. Korea. Korean-American Relations.
    • "1953 Armistice Agreement Aspirations and Realities"

    • 1983-7-24
    • Opening remarks at a meeting with Korean media leaders. "The Korean people's deeply-held desire for reunification, so dramatically portrayed on TV over the past month, is now well understood and supported by the United States Government."
    • Richard L. Walker. Korea. Media--Korea.
    • "Assurances in Security of Flight in the Wake of KAL 007"

    • 1983-9-25
    • Remarks at the opening ceremony of the 53rd American Society of Travel Agents' World Travel Congress. Includes letter from Ronald Reagan. "We need to demonstrate by our solidarity, by our faith, and by our continuing commitment to the basic...
    • Richard L. Walker. Korea. American Society of Travel Agents. Ronald Reagan.
    • "I had a Rubber Stamp that Read 'A University is only as good as its Library!'"

    • 1983-9-6
    • Congratulatory remarks for the dedication of the library of Soong Jun University, "As most of you will have known, I have spent most of my life as a university professor, and I remain committed to the importance of higher education to help us...
    • Richard L. Walker. Korea. Soong Jun University--Korea. Education--Korea.

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