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Bernard Kalb's Modest Dissent

When the Reagan Administration was reported to have organized a "disinformation" campaign to mislead both Libyan Dictator Muammar Gaddafi and the U.S. press,...

East-West: Taking the First Step

The session was hardly a breakthrough, but the outcome, a slight easing of East-West tensions, was nonetheless welcome. When Secretary of State George Shultz...

Sunk by Star Wars

It had the potential, or so it seemed for a while, of producing the most sweeping arms control agreement in the history of the nuclear age. The most dramatic...

Mixed Signals from America's Team

When Ronald Reagan goes to Geneva next week, he will not sally forth alone to meet his Kremlin rival like some ancient warrior king seeking to settle the...

Geneva:The Whole World Will Be Watching

"A lot is at stake. The whole direction of U.S.-Soviet relations is going to be significantly marked by the outcome of the first summit meeting in six years."...

No Longer Underestimated: George Shultz

One is a plodding bureaucrat whose soft drone is regularly drowned out by the assertive tones of his rivals. Another is a different kind of Milquetoast, one who...

An Edge of Anger

For George Shultz, a proud man with a strong sense of what is proper, it was a painful task. Before a national television audience, the Secretary of State...

Hanging Tough Was Not Enough

For the proud Secretary of State, Lebanon is a personal defeat When President Reagan appointed George Shultz his second Secretary of State almost two years...

Shultz: Thinker and Doer

Low-keyed in style, and a master of conflict resolution Several months ago, when one of Alexander Haig's periodic eruptions appeared to signal his imminent...

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