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    • The Rapid Deployment Force and U.S. Foreign Policy 

      Mall, William J. (1985)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|General Mall was born in Pittsburgh. He was Commissioned through the University of Pittsburgh's Reserve Officer training program in 1954. In nearly 30 years of service, he has flown more than 7,000 hours ...
    • Relations Between East and West Germany 

      Van Voorst, Bruce (1971)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Starting in 1962, Mr. Van Voorst's assignments have taken him to and involved him in foreign affairs reporting in our capital, Cyprus, Kenya, the 1964 Panama riots, every country of Latin America - twice, ...
    • The Relations of the United States and China 

      Shen, James C. H. (1974)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Born in Shanghai in 1909, Mr. Shen earned his B.A. in journalism from Yenching University in 1932, and got his M.A. from MIssouri's School of Journalism in 1935. He wroked for the China Press and was ...
    • Report on the CFR Visit to the USSR 

      Wise, Kenneth L. (1988)
      SUMMARY| He covered perestroika and actual and potential changes under glasnost and demokratizayatsia.
    • Reviving Farm Exports: Political Dos and Don'ts 

      Paarlberg, Robert L. (1988)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Robert L. Paarlberg was an Associate Professor of political science at Wellesley College and an Associate at the Harvard Center for International Affairs. He holds a Ph.D. from Harvard University and an ...
    • The Rise of Nationalism and Foreign Policy in Latin America 

      Veliz, Claudio (1969)
      SUMMARY| He gave us history reaching back at least 1,700 years for the current Andean Group development; he introduced us to the cultural-political history of much of Latin America for the last 300 years. All his remarks ...
    • A Role for the United States in Searching for Middleast Peace 

      Saunders, Harold (1987)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|From 1978 to 1981 Saunders served as the Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs. He has also served with the National Security Council and was intimatley involved in the ...
    • Romania's Foreign Policy: A Nuisance for the West? 

      Gabanyi, Anneli Ute (1987)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Anneli Gabanyi was born in Bucharest, and attended Cluj University in Romania, studying English and Romanian philology. At Clermont-Ferrand University in Auvergne, France, she earned a certificate in ...
    • Romanian - United States Relations 

      Malitza, Mircea (1984)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|His Ph.D. in mathematics is from Columbia in New York City, he has been Romanian President Ceausescu's advisor on numerous technical issues, and he was a respected analyst and writer on diplomatic theory.
    • Secrecy in an Open Society 

      Teller, Edward (1970)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Teller, scientist, participant in the Manhatten Project 1941-1951, winner of several science awards including Enrico Fermi and Albert Einstein awards, lecturer previously at University of London, George ...
    • Shaping the Future Together: The UN, The US, and We The People 

      Cannon, R. Carroll (1984)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Dr. Cannon has participated in U.N. global conferences on human settlements, population, women, science and technology, and transnational corporations in the global economy.
    • Some Implications of the Nixon Doctrine for the Far East 

      Brannigan, William (1970)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Born in New York in 1936, Brannigan took is B. A. at Tufts in 1957 with a major in economics; served in the Navy as a lieutenant; has worked with the New York World Telegram and Sun, U.P.I. News Film, and ...
    • South Africa and the Front Line States 

      Whitaker, Jennifer (1987)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Ms. Whitaker, starting in 1983, became Co-Director, Committee on African Development Strategies. A group of American leaders formed to affect US policy toward African development, the Committee has engaged ...
    • Southeast Asian Politics 

      Coomaraswamy, Punch (1982)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Coomaraswamy has served as Singapore's ambassador to the United States starting in 1976. He was born in Malaysia and schooled there, he studied law in Nottingham University, England, obtaining as LL.B. ...
    • Southern Africa: Revolutionary Changes 

      Mahomo, Nana (1971)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Mr. Mohomo was born at Johannesburg in 1930, read law at the University of Cape Town and at Grays Inn, London, and undertook post-graduate studies at MIT, obtaining a master's degree in political science ...
    • Soviet Leadership Change and US - Soviet Relations 

      Smith, Raymond F. (1983)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|A career Foreign Service Officer, Mr. Smith joined the Department in 1969. From 1976-1978, Mr. Smith served as Political Officer in Moscow, where he recieved a Meritorious Honor Award for his service. ...
    • Spain and Its Foreign Policy 

      Gress, Edmund (1973)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Edmund Gress, who was a correspondant for CBS News in Madrid from 1959-1969, was the first broadcast correspondant to have made regular voice reports from Spain beginning in April 1959. He also did the ...
    • The Stability of Europe: NATO and Europe in 1992 

      Beach, Sir Hugh (1989)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|During his distinguished military career Sir Beach served in France, South and Southeast Asia, and Germany. He is an Honorary Fellow of Peterhouse of Cambridge University, graduate of Winchester College, ...
    • Star Wars and National Security 

      Bowman, Robert M. (1985)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Some of Bowman's previous positions were Deputy Director of Ballistic Systems and Head of the Aeronautical Engineering Department and Assistant Dean at the Air Force Institute of Technology, where he ...
    • The Strained Relationship of India and the US 

      Bhatia, Krishan (1972)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Mr. Bhatia resided in Washington and had at this point been the United States Representative of the Hindustan Times for several Years. He has an N.A. in English. Prior to becoming the Editor of the Hindustan ...