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John Hotis, assistant director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, admits that many of the excesses of the Bureau in the past stemmed from its own failure to evaluate its mission and responsibilities, but also lays some of the blame on the…

Thomas Irwin Emerson, of Yale University, offers six basic principles that must be accomplished by any legislation attempting to bring the U.S. intelligence community under effective control. Douglas Inquiry VI. Dec. 7, 1978.

A panel discussion stressing the role of Congress in both the formulation and execution of U.S. foreign policy. Topics covered include: the difficulties of détente, American attitudes toward the United Nations, the dangers of nuclear…

A panel discussion stressing the role of Congress in both the formulation and execution of U.S. foreign policy. Topics covered include: the difficulties of détente, American attitudes toward the United Nations, the dangers of nuclear…

A panel discussion stressing the role of Congress in both the formulation and execution of U.S. foreign policy. Topics covered include: the difficulties of détente, American attitudes toward the United Nations, the dangers of nuclear…

A panel discussion stressing the role of Congress in both the formulation and execution of U.S. foreign policy. Topics covered include: the difficulties of détente, American attitudes toward the United Nations, the dangers of nuclear…

Richard J. Barnet, of the Institute for Policy Studies, claims that our national security would be better ensured through a program of internal social reform, aimed at eliminating mass poverty and mass unemployment, rather than by spending money on…

Stanley Hoffman, of Harvard University, argues that U.S. foreign policy, with its focus on military primacy, is so disjointed and faulty that it should be abandoned in favor of a coherent approach that would encourage other nations to participate…

Senator J. William Fulbright explains the weaknesses he sees in American foreign policy, decries the futility of the Cold War arms race, and urges that the U.S. use its influence to make the United Nations more effective. Pacem in Terris III: 2. Oct.…

Senator J. William Fulbright explains the weaknesses he sees in American foreign policy, decries the futility of the Cold War arms race, and urges that the U.S. use its influence to make the United Nations more effective. Pacem in Terris III: 2. Oct.…