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International Regulation of Whaling Practices


302. Action Memorandum From the Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs (Holdridge) and the Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (Malone) to Acting Secretary of State Stoessel

Source: Department of State, Central Foreign Policy File, P820108–1835. No classification marking. Drafted by Michalak on July 12 and cleared by Seligmann, Chapman, Schaffer, and Bernhardt. A stamped notation on the memorandum reads: “Ambassador Stoessel has seen.”


303. Memorandum From the Chairman of the Council on Environmental Quality (Hill) to the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs (Clark)

Source: Reagan Library, Guhin, Michael A.: Files, Whales. No classification marking.


304. Memorandum From the Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs to All State Department Participants in the International Whaling Commission Policy Formation

Source: Department of State, Chronological Files, 1984–1985, Lot 86D362, May 1984 #2 OES Completed Items. Confidential. Drafted By Kendrew on May 16 and cleared by Scully, Michalak, McKee, Wolfe, Flournoy, Lexit, and Malone.


305. Memorandum From the Director of Oceans and Polar Affairs, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (Scully) to the Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (Malone)

Source: Department of State, Chronological Files, 1984–1985, Lot 86D362, October #1 1984 Completed Items. No classification marking. Sent through Wolfe. Drafted by Kendrew.


306. Letter From Secretary of State Shultz to Secretary of Commerce Baldrige

Source: Reagan Library, Papers of George P. Shultz, Whaling. Confidential. Drafted by Reis on October 12 and cleared by Sherman, Brazeal, Anderson, Kendrew, Wolfe, Flournoy, Larson, Sloan, and Itoh.


307. Letter From the Japanese Chargé d’Affaires ad Interim (Murazumi) to Secretary of Commerce Baldrige

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, 1976–1987, Lot 94D419, U.S.-Japan Nov. 13th Agreement. No classification marking.


308. Letter From Secretary of Commerce Baldrige to the Japanese Chargé d’Affaires ad Interim (Murazumi)

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, 1976–1987, Lot 94D419, U.S.-Japan Nov. 13th Agreement. No classification marking.


309. Night Note to President Reagan

Source: Department of State, Chronological Files, 1984–1985, Lot 86D362, December #1 1984 Completed Items. Confidential. Drafted by Kendrew on October 24 and cleared by Scully, Wolfe, Malone, Flournoy, Reis, Larson, Kelly (H), and Kelly (EAP).


310. Information Memorandum From the Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (Malone) to Secretary of State Shultz

Source: Department of State, Chronological Files, 1984–1985, Lot 86D362, March #2 1985 Completed Items. Confidential. Drafted by Kendrew and Flournoy and cleared by Blumberg, Hoyle, Arnaudo, Reis, Anderson, Larson, and Verville on March 6. There is no indication that Shultz saw the memorandum.


311. Information Memorandum From the Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (Marshall) and the Acting Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs (Kelly) to Secretary of State Shultz

Source: Department of State, Chronological Files, 1984–1985, Lot 86D362, March #2(2) 1985 Completed Items. Confidential. Drafted by Kendrew on March 11 and cleared by Blumberg, Flournoy, Arnaudo, Snead, Dembski, Pascoe, and Palmer. There is no indication Shultz saw the memorandum.


312. Letter From Secretary of Commerce Baldrige to Secretary of State Shultz

Source: Department of State, Chronological Files, 1984–1985, Lot 86D362, April #1 1985 Completed Items. No classification marking.


313. Telegram From the Embassy in Iceland to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, 1976–1987, Lot 94D419, Whaling: Iceland 1985–86 Including 1986 Agreement. Confidential.


314. Telegram From the Embassy in Norway to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, 1976–1987, Lot 94D419, Whaling—Norway 1985–86. Confidential; Immediate. Sent Immediate for information to London. Sent for information to Moscow, Reykjavik, and Tokyo. An unknown hand wrote in the upper right-hand margin, “What is the issue/answer? Thanks [illegible initials].”


315. Action Memorandum From the Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs (Ridgway) to Secretary of State Shultz

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, Lot 94D419, Whaling: Iceland 1985–86 Including 1986 Agreement. Confidential. Drafted by Horsey on January 22 and cleared by Wilkinson, Wenick, Wachob, Smith, Flournoy, Kendrew, Sofaer, and Verville. A typed notation in the upper right-hand margin reads: “Cable dispatched 1/24 0830.”


316. Telegram From the Department of State to the Embassies in Japan and Norway

Source: Department of State, Central Foreign Policy File, D860061–0044. Confidential. Drafted and approved by Thayer and cleared in EAP/J, EUR/NE/IR, and S/S.


317. Telegram From the Embassy in Norway to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, 1976–1987, Lot 94D419, Whaling—Norway 1985–86. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information to the Department of Commerce, Copenhagen, Reykjavik, Tokyo, Moscow, and Ottawa.


318. Telegram From the Embassy in Norway to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, 1976–1987, Lot 94D419, Whaling—Norway 1985–86. Confidential. Sent for information to the Department of Commerce. In the upper left-hand margin, an unknown hand wrote, “Norway 350 minke not scientific.”


319. Memorandum From the Director of Oceans and Polar Affairs, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (Scully) to the Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (Negroponte)

Source: Department of State, Lot 92D228, Arctic, Antarctic, and Whaling, 1975–1987, Untitled. No classification marking. Sent through Wolfe. Drafted by Kendrew. An attached note on the first page reads: “Scully—Trust we are doing a good analysis of implications of this—JDN.”


320. Letter From Secretary of Commerce Baldrige to Secretary of State Shultz

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, 1976–1987, Lot 94D419, Whaling—Norway 1985–86. No classification marking.


321. Telegram From the Embassy in Norway to the Departments of State and Commerce

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, 1976–1987, Lot 94D419, Whaling—Norway 1985–86. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information to Moscow, Tokyo, Reykjavik, Copenhagen, and Stockholm.


322. Telegram From the Department of State to the Embassy in Iceland

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, 1976–1987, Lot 94D419, Whaling: Iceland 1985–86 Including 1986 Agreement. Confidential; Immediate. Drafted by Kendrew, cleared by Christenson and McGovern, and approved by Scully. Sent for information to Oslo, Tokyo, and Seoul.


323. Telegram From the Department of State to the Embassy in Norway

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, 1976–1987, Lot 94D419, Whaling: Iceland 1985–86 Including 1986 Agreement. Confidential. Drafted by Kendrew, cleared by Rogers and Busuttil, and approved by Blumberg.


324. Telegram From the Embassy in Iceland to the Departments of State and Commerce

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, 1976–1987, 94D419, Whaling: Iceland 1985–86 Including 1986 Agreement. Confidential; Immediate. Sent for information to the Office of the Secretary of Defense and Naval Air Station Keflavik.


325. Telegram From the Department of State to the Embassy in the Soviet Union

Source: Department of State, Central Foreign Policy File, D860658–0487. Confidential. Drafted and approved by Kendrew and cleared in EUR/SOV. Sent for information to Tokyo. Sent to Seoul, Reykjavik, and Oslo.


326. Telegram From the Embassy in Iceland to the Departments of State and Commerce

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, 1976–1987, Lot 94D419, Whaling: Iceland July 1987. Confidential; Immediate.


327. Memorandum From the Under Secretary of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce (Calio) to the Assistant Administrator for Fisheries, Department of Commerce (Evans)

Source: Department of State, Arctic, Antarctic, and Whaling, 1975–1987, Lot 92D228, IWC—U.S.S.R. 1987–87. Drafted by Evans on May 13. No classification marking. In the upper right-hand margin Kendrew wrote: “I have a copy. This is for Ed’s info from Evans. Claudia.”


328. Letter From Secretary of State Shultz to Icelandic Foreign Affairs Minister Mathiesen

Source: Department of State, Central Foreign Policy File, P870092–0419. Limited Official Use. Drafted by Cooper and Perlow on May 20; cleared by Whitlock, Kendrew, Wolfe, Krosby, Colson, Verville, and McGovern; and approved by Thomas, Smith, and Sofaer.


329. Telegram From Secretary of State Shultz’s Delegation to the Department of State

Source: Department of State, Dumping; Arctic; Whaling; Antarctic; Scientific Research, 1976–1987, Lot 94D419, Whaling: Iceland July 1987. Confidential; Immediate. Sent Immediate for information to the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of the Navy, Tokyo, Oslo, the White House, and the Department of Commerce. Shultz was in Manila to meet with President Corazon Aquino. The NATO meeting was held in Reykjavik, June 11–12.


330. Memorandum From Robert Dean of the National Security Council Staff to the President’s Assistant for National Security Affairs (Carlucci)

Source: Reagan Library, Cobb, Tyrus: Files, Whaling (Folder 1). Confidential. Drafted by Pugliaresi and concurred by Sommer and Rostow. Sent for action. In the upper right-hand margin, Carlucci wrote: “SecState has committed to consult w/Iceland before USG takes action/ ie certifies.”