Geneva Summit

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Thursday, November 1, 2012

1955

We are in Geneva about to have a meeting to try and reduce international problems and conflicts. We are still with Eisenhower and we have been going strong ever since he has been president. Now we are trying to solve this problem. It was big step though for us because we weren't just trying to fix a problem in the United States it has gone to a International level and it is very important to Eisenhower gets this fixed quickly so we don't have more conflicts and countries not trusting others. It was also big to get this done so we could have international trades between The US and international countries. The meeting was called "The Big Four". Eisenhower thought that if we can fix conflict it will only benefit the US and the International countries. So it was a win-win for everybody. This was telling us that Eisenhower thought that we should always minimize conflict with international countries especially if it can lead to a war and could possibly lead more a nuclear war.  Some advice we would give to Barack Obama is that our trade with China needs to be fixed. We can’t just give them back all the money we owe all at once. But I mean slowly give it back. We can’t fight forever because it’s not benefiting anyone. They are our number trading country without them we wouldn't have a lot of things. A difference between Eisenhower and Obama would be Eisenhower made sure that we could and did solve it quickly. Rather as Obama sort of worried more about our troops than maybe multi-tasking and working on both our conflicts with China and bringing our troops back.



Kristian Linville 
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