IRC Speakers: 1965-69
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1965

Dame Patricia Hornsby-Smith, Conservative Member of Parliament for Chislehurst
Topic: Welfare Services in Britain

Mr. K.S. Sundara-Rajan, Executive Director of India International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

Dr. John P. Humphrey, Director, Human Rights Division, United Nations

1966

F. Jeffrey Farrell, former Assistant Chief of Mission, CARE, Vietnam

Mr. Chaim A. Salamon, Consul for Economic Affairs, Consulate General of Israel, Chicago
Topic: Israel and the Emerging Countries

Roderick L. MacFarquhar, editor, The China Quarterly (London)

Olavi Munkki, Finnish diplomat

H.E. Vu Van Thai, Ambassador of Vietnam to the U.S.

Zygmunt Nagorski, Jr., Special Assistant to the President, Foreign Policy Association
Topic: General Charles de Gaulle – A New Role for France

Chien Chen, Deputy Director, Central Daily News, Republic of China

Bernard Weatherill, Member of the British Parliament form Croydon North-East
Topic: Britain's Role in Europe

1967

Hasan Uner, Counselor of the Embassy of Turkey, Washington, D.C.

Walter J. Stoessel, Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary for European Affairs

I.I. Rabi, Columbia University professor
Andrew W. Cordier, Dean of the School of International Affairs
William T. R. Fox, Director of the Institute of War and Peace Studies
Lawrence Henry O’Neil, Director of the Electronics Research Labs
Topic: Military Strength and the Quest for Peace

Dirk Cornelis Rezelman, Editor of Publications, South African Information Services, New York, NY

Richard Paw U, Chief of the Regional Commissions Section, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations
Topic: Doing Business in the Orient

Thomas Ryan Byrne, Labor Attaché at the U.S. Embassy in London

Lt. General (Ret.) James M. Gavin, Commander, 82nd Airborne ’44-’48; Chief of Staff of the Fifth Arm; Chief of Staff of the Allied Forces in Southern Europe
Topic: Technology in Foreign Policy

George L-P Weaver, Assistant Secretary of Labor for International Affairs

Jean-Louis Mandereau, Consul General of France in Chicago

Ambassador Robert Campbell Strong, former U.S. Ambassador to Italy

Howard L. Boorman, Director of the Research Project on Man and Politics in Modern China, Columbia University

1968

Ambassador Winthrop G. Brown, Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, member of the New York bar, former Ambassador to Laos and to the Republic of Korea

C. Subramanian, former Minister of Agriculture of India

George L-P Weaver, Assistant Secretary of Labor for International Affairs and Chairman, Governing Body of the International Labor Organization

Colin Jackson, Member of British Parliament
Topic: The New Cold War – Russia Against China

H.E. Hushang Ansary, Iranian Ambassador to the U.S.

Charlotte Moton Hubbard, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs

Raymond E. Lisle, Director for Eastern Europe, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State

1969

Curtis W. Kamman, Asian Communist Areas Division of the Office of Research and Analysis for East Asia and Pacific Affairs

Lady Alma Birk, associate editor and co-founder of Noava, woman’s magazine, a magistrate since 1952

Dr. Bartholomew Landheer, Director, Peace Palace Library in The Hague

Jan H. Steyn, judge of the Supreme Court of South Africa

Paul Richard Schratz, Director, Office of International Studies, University of Missouri

David B. Bolen, American Foreign Service officer

P.C. Asiodu, member of the Council of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. and the Advisory Committee of the Tropical Products Institute, London; former member of the Nigerian Diplomatic Service

Dr. Robert A. Frosch, Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research and Development
Topic: Military Uses of the Sea

Jacques Piccard, international pioneer in marine research

Carl A. Auerbach, professor of Law, University of Minnesota
Topic: How Can We Treat the Ocean’s Mineral Resources as the Heritage of All Mankind?

Ion Ratiu, Chairman of the International Federation of Free Journalists, former Romanian diplomat