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    • 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 ...
    • Pakistan's Foreign Policy 

      Khan, Sultan Muhammad (1972)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Mr. Sultan Muhammad Khan was educated at the Allahabad University and commissioned in the Indian Army in 1942, where he served in different assignments in the Far-East. At the end of the War in 1946, he ...
    • New Directions in American-European Relations: East and West 

      Nagorski, Zygmunt (1972)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Nagorski was educated in the Universities of Cracow, Paris, and Geneva. He came to the US in 1948. His career in journalism inculded his being editor-in-chief of the Foriegn News Service, special reporting ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Challenges in the Export Business in the 1970s 

      Allen, E. L. (1973)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Dr, Allen, a resident of McLean, Va., holds a Ph.D. from the American University and a B.A. from Columbia. He has served in various governmental positions other than in Commerce and the CIA; these include ...
    • 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 ...
    • Indian Foreign Policy and the Changing World 

      Gonsalves, Eric (1973)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Mr. Gonsalves was born in 1928, graduated from the University of Madras, and joined the Foreign Service in 1950.
    • Political-Military Relationships in the Middle East 

      Schweitzer, Avram (1974)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Born in Hungary, Mr. Schweitzer moved to Israel in 1946. From 1949 to 1955 he was a Treasury economist in the Tel Aviv and has since been with Haaretz, first as an economic editor, and then as a senior ...
    • Canadian-American Realtions and the Energy Crisis 

      Timmerman, John (1974)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Canada's Consul General in the Canadian Consulate in Chicago. Guest of Dr. Ross Horning, History Department, Creighton University.
    • The Arabs and Prospects for a Middle East Settlement 

      Polk, William R. (1974)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Dr. Polk has degrees from Harvard and Oxford Universities among othersIn 1961-65 Dr. Polk was in Washington, D.C., as a member of the Policy Planning Council, Department of State.
    • Future Shock in Asia 

      Coon, Carleton S. (1974)
      One of Coon's tours in the diplomatic service was as deputy chief of mission and occasionally charge d'affairs at Kathmandu, Nepal, 1970-1973. HIs wife served as Political Officer in Karachi and at the Consulate General ...
    • 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 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 ...
    • Current Developments in Yugoslavia's Domestic and Foreign Politics 

      Belovski, Dimce (1974)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Ambassador Belovski was educated as an attorney and took an active part in the National Liberation War of 1941-45. He held important political and military positions during and following the war. These ...
    • Detente Through Soviet Eyes 

      Scott, John (1974)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|During his thirty years with Time magazine, he travelled abroad for extended periods two or three times a year to areas where important US foreign policy issues were surfacing. Radio Liberty has broadcast ...
    • The Strategic Military Balance 

      Jordan, Amos A. (1975)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Born February 11. 1922, at Twin Falls, Idaho, Mr. Jordan attended Idaho State College and is a graduate of the US Military Academy. A Rhodes Scholar, he holds B.A. and M.A. degrees from Oxford University. ...
    • A Middleast Settlement: Prospects for Peace? 

      Argov, Shlomo (1975)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|Between 1950 and 1955, Mr. Argov attended Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and the London School of Economics. From 1955-1959 Mr. Argov was on the staff of the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem. ...
    • Politics of South Africa 

      Fick. E.M.C. (1975)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|In 1955 he joined the Shell Company of South Africa as an Executive Trainee. In 1957, he returned to the practice of Law and enrolled as Attorney and Notary Public. 1964, became partner in the firm of ...
    • European Community and the Energy Crisis 

      Stuffman, Claus (1975)
      BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE|In 1953, he recieved a degree in economics from the University of Freiburg. He studied political science at the Institute for Political Science in Paris. In 1967 he joined the Cabinet of the President of ...