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Prospects For U.S.-China Relations
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Mr. Anderson had been a Foreign Service Officer since 1958 after completing his Army service. He has served in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and as a translater in Warsaw for the ambassadorial talks between the US ...
International Monetary Fund
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Erb has recieved a Ph.D. in economics from Stanford, Arthur D. Little consultant, Saloman Brothers economist, White House staff assistant on international monetary affairs, Council on Foreign Relations ...
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|James Henry Fuller Eberle was born in Bristol in May, 1927 and educated at Clifton College, Dartmouth, as a cadet in 1940.In 1977 he was promoted to Vice Admiral and became Chief of Fleet Support and a ...
Perspectives On Recent Events in the Middle East
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Born in Jerusalem, Ms. El-Fattal recieved her B.A. and M.A. degrees from Oxford University in English language and literature. She has served as a visiting professor in the University of Damascus, has ...
The Necessity For Alliance
In 1972, Mr. de Hoop Scheffer was appointed Ambassador in Baghdad. From 1973-1979 he served in the Foreign Ministry, first as Director of European Affairs. In 1979 he was appointed as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary ...
Nicaraguan - U.S. Realtions
SUMMARY| He touched salient points of the history of the relations of our two countries, current policy frictions, the aircraft downing, and his wishes for improvement in our relations.
The Problems of the Persian Gulf
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Following WWII naval service and degrees from St. Olaf College and the University of Minnesota, Laingen entered U.S. Foreign Service which included a postings in Iran 1953-1956. Other postings in SW and ...
Politics in Australia: Effects on US-Australian Relations
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Paul L. Laase, b. September 6, 1932, in Hastings, NE. Education at the University of Nebraska, graduation in 1954, attended the Nobel Institute in Oslo, Norway on a Fulbright Scholarship. 1st Lt. in the ...
Five Factors in Japan's Economic Life
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Mr. Kosai recieved his B.A. in Economics from the University of Tokyo and his M.A. in Economics from Stanford University. He has been a professor at the Tokyo Institute of Technology and has held other ...
Afghanistan: Sovietization and Withdrawal