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    • U.S. Policy on Terrorism 

      Makovsky, Alan (1986)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Alan Makovsky was a Middle East expert working at the US Department of State, where he was an intelligence analyst with responsibility for Palestinian affairs in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research. ...
    • U.S. Soviet Relations: What's Next? 

      Combs, Richard E. (1984)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Dr. Combs holds a Ph.D. from Berkeley, attended the Army's Advanced Russian Studies Institute, has served in the US Embassy in Moscow twice, and has also served in Bulgaria, the United Nations, and as ...
    • U.S. Stake in Latin America 

      Lowenthal, Abraham (1987)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Dr. Lowenthal is a professor of international relations at the University of Southern California, was the founding director of the Latin American Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for ...
    • The United Nations and the Maintenance of Peace 

      Kalinkin, Georgiy F. (1974)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|In 1947-1952 he studied International Law and Political Science at the Institute of Foreign Relations in Moscow. For two years he was assigned to the Soviet Embassy in Poland. From 1954-1971 he worked in ...
    • The United States, Latin America, and Europe: A Triangle of Interests 

      Carless, Hugh M. (1984)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Carless was born in 1925 and schooled at the London University, Cambridge, and Glasgow. In World War 2 he served in the Army. In the Foreign Office he has served in Bonn, as head of the Latin American ...
    • US - Japanese Relations 

      Meyer, Armin H. (1972)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Ambassador Meyer was appointed to his post In Japan in May, 1969. Prior to that he had extensive experience in the Middle East and Southeast Asis: Public Affairs Officer at Embasy in Baghdad, 1946; Deputy ...
    • US - Soviet Relations and the Question of Detente 

      Dornberg, John (1973)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|A native of Erfurt, Germany, Mr. Dornberg is a graduate in journalism of the University of Denver and has been associated with the Overseas Weekly, the New York Herald Tribune, the Toronto Star, and the ...
    • US and South African Relations 

      Lotz, William (1986)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|He joined the African Institute of South Africa as a researcher, and in his position, was involved in various aspects of development assistance and development projects in Lesotho, Swaziland, Southwest ...
    • US Economic Measures Viewed from France 

      de Warren, Reginald (1972)
      de Warren was born in Sedan, France, June 30,1910. He has a Law Degree at the University of Paris and is a Graduate of the "Ecole de Hautes Etudes Commerciales" and of the Saumur Cavalry School. He served in the French ...
    • US-Latin American Relations: The Debt Crisis 

      Bond, Robert D. (1983)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Starting in 1979, Bond has shared his time between the Council on Foreign Relations and his independent international political consulting. At the Council Dr. Bond was responsible for coordinating all ...
    • Vietnam: A Negotiated Settlement? 

      Fishel, Wesley R. (1970)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Fishel had been involved in Vietnamese affairs since 1954 when he spent a year there as a consultant on government reorganization. He was Chief of the Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory group in ...
    • West Africa: Conditions and Prospects 

      Morgan, George A. (1969)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Born December 2, 1905 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The ambassador's professional and foreign service expirience has been varied indeed. He has been on the faculties of Harvard, Hamilton, and Duke universities, ...