Chief Diplomat: Ronald Reagan
What is chief diplomat, and its roles you ask? Well, chief diplomacy is the art and practice of conducting negotiations between representatives of groups or states. Its methods include secret negotiations by accredited envoys and international agreements and laws. Its use antedates recorded history. The goal of diplomacy to to further the state’s interests as dictated by history and economics. Protecting the state’s independence, security, and integrity is of prime importance; preserving the most possible freedom of action for the state is nearly as important. Diplomacy seeks maximum national advantage without using force and preferably without causing resentment. The president decides what American diplomats and ambassadors shall say to foreign governments. With the help pf advisers, the president makes the foreign policy of the United States.
One person who fulfilled his duties as chief diplomat was Ronald Reagan. Reagan signed many treaties to make the world safer from nuclear weapon attacks and nuclear waste. Such treaties as: US/Mexico Agreement on environment, which was addressing heath and environmental problems in the region, The Nuclear Arms Agreement with China, which was an agreement between the United States and the People’s Republic of China concerning peaceful uses of nuclear energy, and finally The Nuclear Risk Reduction center treaty, which each party agrees to establish a Nuclear Risk Reduction Center in its capital and to establish a special facsimile communications link between these centers. The Centers are intended to supplement existing means of communication and provide direct, reliable, and fast systems for the transmissions of notifications at a government level. The centers communicate by direct satellite links that can be transmit full texts and graphics rapidly.
Ronald Reagan also aimed to make peace between the united states and communist countries, especially the U.S.S.R. and he held talks with...