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Hirsh Goodman, Defense Correspondent, The Jerusalem Post Lebanon, the Superpowers, and the Cauldron of Middle East Politics Nov 7 1983
See video Tom Wicker, Columnist The New York Times The Presidency, the Press, and the Cold War Nov 3 1983
Geoffrey Smith, Columnist, The Times (London British Political Parties Nov 1 1983
Edith Cresson, Minister of External Trade and Tourism France and the International Economy Sep 19 1983
Anthony King, Professor of Political Science, University of Essex, Great Britain Margaret Thatcher and the Future of the Welfare State Sep 6 1983
E.P. Thompson, Historian and Leader of the European Nuclear Disarmament movement Nuclear Weapons, the Arms Race, and the Peace Movement Aug 1 1983
Earl S. Ravenal, Professor of International Relations, Georgetown School of Foreign Service The Argument for Limiting the U.S. Role in World Affairs May 20 1983
Bernard Vernier-Palliez, French Ambassador to the United States U.S. - French Relations Apr 8 1983
Zhores A. Medvedev, Scientist, Historian, and Political Commentator Problems of Succession in the Soviet Leadership Apr 7 1983
Sir David Hunt, Archaeologist, Diplomat, Writer, and Scholar Reflections on a Career in Diplomacy Apr 6 1983
Gunnar Hekscher, Former Leader of the Swedish Conservative Party Where Is Sweden Heading? Feb 28 1983
Laurent Fabius, Minister of the Budget, France France under Socialism Feb 17 1983
Indar Jit Rikhye, President, International Peace Academy Problems and Prospects for International Peacekeeping Efforts Feb 15 1983
Josef Joffe, Senior Editor, Die Zeit Germany and the Euro-Missiles Feb 11 1983
Thomas J. Farer, Distinguished Professor of Law, Rutgers University U.S. Foreign Policy in the Third World: Problems of Human Rights Jan 21 1983
George Rathjens, Professor of Political Science, MIT The Arms Race, Arms Control, and Peace Studies Jan 20 1983
See video Linus Pauling, Nobel Laureate The Peace Movement in Historical Perspective Jan 18 1983
Richard J. Barnet, Co-Founder, Institute for Policy Studies, Washington, DC Can U.S. Foreign Policy Adjust to a Changing World? Jan 10 1983

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