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Tag Archives: George Shultz
“As Secretary of State, Shultz was the friend and protector of Soviet Jews, and particularly the Jewish Refuseniks sentenced to monstrous, long terms in the gulag”
JUF NEWS Reflections on the passing of George Shultz by Dr Steven B. Nasatir March 2021 On Feb. 6, the world learned that former Secretary of State George P. Shultz had passed away at age 100. Shultz was a U.S. … Continue reading
Sharansky to Shultz: “I can assure you that your name will remain with us forever as a liberator of millions of Soviet Jews”
ALGEMEINER Former US Secretary of State George Shultz Fondly Remembered for Pivotal Role in Securing Freedom for Soviet Jews by Staff February 8, 2021 The pivotal role of former US Secretary of State George Shultz in securing the freedom of … Continue reading
George Shultz: Visiting Israel at the wise and weathered age of 95, America’s 1980s secretary of state reaches into history to issue a call for decisive, clearheaded and credible leadership
TIMES OF ISRAEL George Shultz: In a world awash in change, follow the Reagan playbook by David Horovitz February 21, 2016 In 1962, George Shultz, an ex-US Marine and Princeton- and MIT-educated economics high-flyer, was appointed dean of the University … Continue reading
WALL STREET JOURNAL by Henry Kissinger and George P. Shultz April 7, 2015 The announced framework for an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program has the potential to generate a seminal national debate. Advocates exult over the nuclear constraints it would … Continue reading
COMMENTARY by Rick Richman February 12, 2015 The importance of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s March 4 address to Congress extends far beyond its effect on his own country. That is apparent from the testimony of two former secretaries of state–Henry Kissinger and … Continue reading