Description: Episode #7 OBD: 1963-11-18 TRT: 30 min Description: Against a background of continuing news of East-West cooperation -- the test ban, the wheat sale, Moscow-New York air routes – three outstanding American political scientists examine the trend. They are: Professor Zbigniew Brzezinski, Professor of Government at Columbia University; author of “The Soviet Bloc – Unity and Conflict” Professor Roger Fisher, Professor of International Law at Harvard Law School, who also has worked extensively with government agencies Professor William E. Griffith of Massachusetts Institute of Technology Their discussion centers around the wisdom of hastening the thaw between the East and West, what pitfalls await us if we move too quickly, indications of whether or not the Soviets are striving for peace or using the various agreements primarily for other purposes.
Keywords: women's rights
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