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    Global Poverty

    International political panelists discussed global poverty and how foreign aid plays into reduction of extreme poverty in many developing nations. Foreign aid can be a double-edged…

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    Future of Southeast Asia

    Business and political leaders discussed the future of South-East Asia. The Association of South-East Asian Nations faces new challenges such as the emergence of China and…

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    Open Phones

    Telephone lines were open for audience comments. Mr. Elliott talked via telephone from New York about inquiries into the quality and veracity of the intelligence that led to the…

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    Open Phones

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    Predictions for 2000

    Newsweek editors looked ahead at the new millennium and talked about globalization, the 2000 presidential election, the Seattle demonstrations against WTO, trade with China, the Y2K…

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    Washington Journal: Saturday

    Mr. Henry talked about current news stories of interest to him and took audience calls, faxes and electronic mail. Mr. Elliott joined by phone from Birmingham, England, to…

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    Book Discussion on The Day Before Yesterday

    Mr. Elliot spoke about his new book, The Day Before Yesterday: Reconsidering America’s Past, Rediscovering the Present, and the process of writing it. It focuses on how…

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    Book Discussion on The Day Before Yesterday

    Mr. Elliott talked about his recent book, The Day Before Yesterday: Reconsidering America’s Past, Rediscovering the Present, published by Simon and Schuster. It focuses on…

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    C-SPAN Sunday Journal

    Interviews, video clips and vignettes illustrated the political issues and events of the previous week. The guests discussed health care reform, crime legislation, and Cuban refugee…

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    Conflict in Former Yugoslavia

    Mr. Elliott discussed the conflict in former Yugoslavia and the NATO bombing of Serbian forces that turned out to be the “bluff that failed.”

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    News Review

    The guests discussed the top stories in the news, including the Clinton administration’s Fiscal Year 1995 Federal Budget proposal, which was announced earlier this year. They…

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    News Review

    The guests discussed the events of the past week, including the Israel-Palestine Peace Agreement, the debates over the North American Free Trade Agreement, and the launching of the…

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    British Elections

    Mr. Elliot spoke briefly about the 1992 British elections and their possible outcomes.

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    British Elections

    Since the announcement by Prime Minister John Major of a general election on April 9th, candidates have been campaigning throughout the United Kingdom. In a roundtable discussion, the…

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    Economic Summit Preview

    Political and economic writers from the G-7 industrial nations offered their opinions about the upcoming summit meeting. They described GATT, the General Agreement on Tariffs and…

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    News Review

    The guests discussed the future of the "Brady Bill", presidential politics, and the role of Vice President Dan Quayle in the administration.

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    British Politics: A General Election in June?

    The two journalists discussed their theories on when Britain will hold its next general election. Prime Minister Major has until June 1992 to call a general…

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    IRA Violence in England

    Mr. Elliott discussed the recent Irish Republican Army violence. On Monday July 30, Ian Gow, a British member of Parliament from Ireland and a vehement opponent of the terrorists,…

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    British Politics

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    News Review

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