1,020Nov 2, 2011
Intelligence Used to End the Cold War, Part 1
On November 2, 2011, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) released a collection of 200 declassified intelligence documents that informed President Reagan’s U.S.-Soviet ...
467Oct 12, 2009
The Presidency in the Nuclear Age, Panel 3
A panel discussion was held on how U.S. foreign policy and the presidency have been shaped by the development, use, and spread of nuclear weapons focused on the arms race and efforts to curtail it ...
19Nov 3, 2003
U.S. Military Doctrine
Senator Feinstein spoke about U.S. foreign policy and the use of preemptive force in advancing foreign policy goals. Among the issues she addressed were intelligence estimates and reports prior ...
9Aug 30, 1991
Mr. Adelman, Mr. Zuckerman and Mr. Ignatius discussed recent events in the Soviet Union.
22Jul 3, 1991
National Security and Arms Control
Mr. Adelman, former director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, spoke at a foreign policy summit held by Students for America, a conservative organization that brings conservative ...
108Apr 30, 1991
U.S. Economic Sanctions Against South Africa
The subcommittee heard testimony on whether the U.S. should continue economic sanctions against South Africa. Economic sanctions were originally enacted against South Africa in protest of their ...
8Mar 26, 1991
Was Our Intelligence Astray In The Gulf?
Mr. Adelman, former Director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency under President Reagan, suggested that U.S. intelligence failed both before the Iraqi invasion in August and during the ...
15Dec 21, 1990
Conversations with Washington Leaders
Three individuals who have been involved in public policy decisions reflect back on the events of 1990, including the changing political climate of Eastern Europe and South Africa. They also ...
6Oct 23, 1990
The Center for National Independence in Politics conducted a briefing on voter dissatisfaction with the present campaign system, alienation from government, and declining voter participation.
13Jun 3, 1990
Reaction to U.S.-Soviet Summit
The guests discussed the agreements made during the superpower summit.
92Apr 19, 1990
Blacks, Women & Jews & the Constitution
A panel discusses Robert Goldwin’s new book, Why Blacks, Women, and Jews Are Not Mentioned in the Constitution, and Other Unorthodox Views.
7Jan 8, 1990
How Gorbachev has Changed the U.S.
Mr. Adelman discussed his belief that the Soviet leader has discredited America’s ideological thrust abroad.
13Dec 5, 1989
National Security & Arms Control
Complete title is “National Security & Arms Control - Beyond the Wall.”
456Sep 21, 1989
Book Discussion on The Great Universal Embrace
Kenneth Adelman, former director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency during the Reagan administration, chronicles his experience in The Great Universal Embrace: Arms Summitry - A ...
6Jul 3, 1989
U.S Foreign Policy
7Aug 30, 1988
Arms Control & the Campaign
6Jun 7, 1988
U.S.-Soviet Relations & the Recent Summit
The former director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency discusses expectations the next president will face for arms control in the wake of the recent U.S.-Soviet summit.
20May 17, 1988
Strategic Arms Reduction
The committee heard testimony on strategic arms reduction talks between the U.S. and the Soviet Union.
5May 13, 1988
66May 9, 1988
Justice Stevens discusses the doctrine of judicial restraint using the case of Bell v. Grove City College to exemplify the meaning of judicial restraint as he sees it. The case concerned ...
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