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U.S. Policy on Terrorism
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. ...
US and South African Relations
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 ...
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.
Trends In NATO and The Warsaw Pact Since The Summit
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Dr. Zic was a research Associate at the Institute of International Politics and Economics in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. For the remainder of the 1985 academic year, he held a fellowship at the Institute for ...
Life in the Non-Foreign Serivce
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Ambassador Bish was born in 1929, in rural Nebraska, majoring in Economic Theory and Business Administration, he attended Hastings College in Nebraska, recieving a Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1951. Unitl ...
Arms Control Prospects in the Wake of the Geneva Summit
BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Mr. Cella was born December 19. 1935 in Brooklyn, N.Y. His previous assignments include Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs, NATO, Brussels, Belgium; Political Adviser to the US Chief ...
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 ...