Television Coverage of Foreign Policy
The panelists discussed the coverage of foreign affairs by the television industry. Topics included changes in the coverage of foreign affairs and in the attitude of the public. The panelists also took questions from the audience.
People in this video
- Hormats, Robert D. Vice Chairman Goldman Sachs
- Sciolino, Elaine Correspondent New York Times->Diplomacy
- Scowcroft, Brent National Security Adviser (Former) White House
- Socolow, Sanford Representative Cronkite, Ward, and Company
- Utley, Garrick Chief Foreign Correspondent ABC News->London
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