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United States will not “cringe” before Soviet weapons

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The only answer is a political settlement, he told world leaders. Bans appeal came as the United States and Russia haggled over a Security Council resolution to back an agreement for Assad to give up chemical weapons. I look forward to the imminent adoption of an enforceable Security Council resolution on chemical weapons, Ban said. This should be followed immediately by humanitarian action, he said. US Secretary of State John Kerry was to meet his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov later in New York on Tuesday to discuss the UN resolution and their joint chemical disarmament plan. A top Russian diplomat said that the resolution could be enforced under Chapter VII of the UN Charter. Russia had earlier accused the United States and its allies of using blackmail at the United Nations by seeking approval for military force. Ban voiced hope for progress in ending the 30-month civil war in Syria following the August 21 chemical attack near Damascus, which the United States estimates killed 1,400 people. The response to the heinous use of chemical weapons has created diplomatic momentum the first signs of unity in far too long, Ban said. Now we must build on it to get the parties to the negotiating table, he said. Ban noted that the vast majority of the more than 100,000 dead in Syria were killed by conventional weapons. We can hardly be satisfied with destroying chemical weapons while the wider war is still destroying Syria, Ban said. It is time to end the killing and reach the peace the Syrian people need and deserve, he said. US President Barack Obama and French President Francois Hollande had initially called for military action against Syria in response to the chemical attack, calling for accountability. But the prospect of intervention was unpopular among Western publics in the wake of the Iraq war, with Britains parliament refusing to back the use of force and a number of US lawmakers urging a non-military response.

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Our Metal Products division has flourished since the economy has rebounded. We felt the need to create a stronger brand presence online, while establishing a convenient way for our customers and future customers to communicate with us and learn more about our capabilities. ~ Tom Dannemiller, Director of Sales and Engineering, Kidron Metal Products. Kidron Metal Products is located in Kidron, OH, and shares production and support services with Kidron Truck Bodies. Previously, Kidron Metal Products operated under the Kidron Truck Body brand and website. With the launch of kidroncabs.com, Kidron Metal Products will also be introducing a new logo to further differentiate the brand to new markets. Tom and his team have done an outstanding job of building Metal Products and capturing new business. Kidron Metal Products is now ready to be a stand-alone brand to be more focused in reaching out to a new market of customers and exploring new possibilities in the custom metal products arena. ~ Mike Tucker, President, VT Hackney. VT Hackney, headquartered in Washington, NC is one of the nation’s leading specialty truck body and trailer manufacturers, marketing its products to a diverse group of markets under the leading Hackney and Kidron brands. Today, VT Hackney operates manufacturing facilities in four states and has 24 assembly and service partners worldwide. The company has registered trademarks in 40 countries and serves customers in over 60 countries.

United Nations chief calls on countries to ‘stop fueling the bloodshed’ in Syria

Dulles’ speech indicated that although the Korean War had finally reached a peaceful conclusion, the United States would continue its policy of containing communist expansion, by force if necessary. Secretary Dulles began his speech to the American Federation of Labor by observing that he believed world peace was within reach, but was threatened by “communist leaders who openly repudiate the restraints of moral law.” The United States, he declared, “does not believe that salvation can be won merely by making concessions which enhance the power and increase the arrogance of those who have already extended their rule over one-third of the human race.” Acknowledging that the Soviets now possessed a nuclear arsenal, Dulles countered that the United States would not “cringe or became panicky.” Turning to the issue of labor, Dulles then spoke at length about what he called the communist “swindle.” The secretary spoke derisively of the “hoax” played on Russian workers by their own government. “The Russian worker,” Dulles stated, “is the most underpaid, overworked person in any modern industrial state. He is the most managed, checked, spied on, and unrepresented worker in the world today.” Dulles’ speech indicated that although the new administration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower had recently finished negotiating a cease-fire in Korea, the United States was not backing off from its stated Cold War commitment to containing communism. The speech also hinted at two points that would become mainstays of the Secretary’s Cold War diplomacy. First was the idea that the United States would not back down from the Soviets simply because of the threat of nuclear war. This idea eventually became known as “brinkmanship”the notion that the Soviets, if pushed to the “brink” of nuclear war, would eventually back down. Second was Dulles’ frequently repeated assertion that the people living in communist nations were essentially “captives” of repressive communist regimes. In the years to come, Dulles would expand on both ideas in more detail. Fact Check We strive for accuracy and fairness. But if you see something that doesn’t look right, contact us!