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    • 1 - Negotiating with the Soviets. 2 - Projection of Nixon's Next Four Years - Power v. Cooperation 

      Perry, Jack (1972)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Prior to his noted position, Perry had been Deputy Officer in charge of Soviet Affairs in the Bureau of European Affairs in the Department of State. Mr. Perry had been with the Department of State since ...
    • Experience as a Foreign Correspondent in Washington, D.C. 

      Reifenberg, Jan (1982)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|A graduate of Freiburg. Dr. Reifenberg has done post-graduate studies at Georgetown. He has worked on the bu-monthly "Die Gegenwart", was a member of the foreign affairs staff of the German News Agancy, ...
    • The Pentagon, The Press and The Public 

      Goulding, Phil G. (1971)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Born in San Francisco on March 28th, 1921, he recieved a B.S. at Hamilton College in 1943. He was a reporter for the Cleveland Plain Dealer from 1947-1965; a member of the Washington Bureau of this paper ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...