John Foster Dulles

NOUN
  1. United States diplomat who (as Secretary of State) pursued a policy of opposition to the USSR by providing aid to American allies (1888-1959)
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How To Use John Foster Dulles In A Sentence

  • So was John Foster Dulles, the American Secretary of Stale, when he flew to Egypt to conduct negotiations on the Aswan Dam.
  • But the trumpeted improvement in external ties includes next week's groundbreaking Burma visit by the US secretary of state, the first such since John Foster Dulles travelled there in 1955.
  • So was John Foster Dulles, the American Secretary of State, when he flew to conduct negotiations on the Aswan Dam.
  • Part of the Cold War policy developed by John Foster Dulles to contain expansion of the Soviet sphere of influence, the doctrine continued pledges made under the Truman Doctrine.
  • So was John Foster Dulles, the American Secretary of State, when he flew to Egypt to conduct negotiations on the Aswan Dam.
  • Apparently bored in a cabinet meeting, he captioned one sketch of John Foster Dulles with the then popular little axiom, ‘Dull, duller, Dulles.’
  • Rice becomes the first secretary of state to visit Libya since John Foster Dulles in 1953.
  • So was John Foster Dulles, the American Secretary of State, when he flew to Egypt to conduct negotiations on the Aswan Dam.
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