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Robert O. Anderson, chairman of the Atlantic Richfield Company, warns that a redistribution of the earth's resources is inevitable, in the face of the population explosion, and that the process will be haphazard, inequitable, and painful; and it will…

A discussion of the assertion that America has gone from serving as a positive example in the world to a negative one, featuring Richard J. Barnet, Frances FitzGerald, Leslie H. Gelb, Stanley Hoffman, Stanley Karnow, Hans J. Morgenthau, Harvey…

Robert W. Tucker, of Johns Hopkins University, suggests that America could accept a reduced role in global affairs without endangering our security, since it is no longer reasonable to view the world in conventional balance-of-power terms. Pacem in…

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 Henry M. Jackson presents arguments in support of his controversial idea that the United States should grant Most Favored Nation status to the USSR only if Russia gives her citizens the right to emigrate at will. Pacem in Terris III: 3. 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.…

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.…

Secretary of State Henry Kissinger discusses recent changes in the international scene and gives his views of the realities and limits of foreign policy. With an introduction by Robert M. Hutchins. Pacem in Terris III: 1. Oct. 8, 1973.