Cordell Hull

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United States diplomat who did the groundwork for creating the United Nations (1871-1955)


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The Moscow Conference of Secretary of State Cordell Hull, Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden and Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov was an important event in the history of Austria's re-emergence.
US Secretary of State Cordell Hull, Dwyer notes, referred to Cardenas's much ballyhooed oil expropriation as merely "one incident in a long series of incidents of this character [that] accordingly raises no new question.
Highly honored and constantly in demand, he's served as a member of the advisory board of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the G-7 Council, the Council on Foreign Relations Committee on the Future of the World Trading System, and as Chairman of the Board of the Cordell Hull Institute.
On the other hand, the Americans, led by Cordell Hull, the Secretary of State from 1933 to 1944 and a recipient of the Nobel Prize for Peace--he believed, not without substance, that free trade would also lead to peace, not just prosperity--vigorously opposed it and favored non-discrimination in the trading arrangements being contemplated after the conclusion of the War.
As Nobel Peace Prize winner Cordell Hull said: "If goods cannot cross borders, armies will.
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The first was US Secretary of State Cordell Hull who got it in 1945 for his role in fostering the United Nations.
He did have his Secretary of State Cordell Hull negotiate reductions in tariffs after the disastrous protectionist policies of the Herbert Hoover years; he did enact banking reform and establish the Securities and Exchange Commission, which brought some degree of stability to financial markets.
His visionary Secretary of State Cordell Hull negotiated a number of bilateral trade agreements to lower tariffs under the Reciprocal Trade Agreement Act passed by Congress in 1934.
There are the Laureates that, in the West, remain household names: Albert Schweitzer, Cordell Hull, Ralph Bunche, the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, Elie Wiesel (who might also have been shortlisted for the Nobel in Literature), Mother Teresa, and Al Gore.
Elsewhere we will be planting one of my favourite tulip varieties, Cordell Hull, which has red and white flowers, which should make a good show next year.
Secretary of State, Cordell Hull, pushed the idea of creating an international organization, open to all peace-loving nations, to work for world peace and security.
The most famous presidential leak was on the eve of Pearl Harbor, when President Franklin Roosevelt knew that the official Japanese "peace" delegation with whom he and Secretary of State Cordell Hull were dealing was a sham.