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|IRC Speakers: 1975-79|
Lloyd Jonnes, Special Assistant to the Administrator Agency for International Development
H.E. Berndt Von Staden, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to the U.S.
Robert Tetro, Food and Agriculture Department
Adolph Dubs, former Deputy Chief of Mission to the American Embassy in Moscow
John George Bacon, former Executive Director, U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; former Advisor, U.S. SALT Delegations
Tsugio Kusajima, Director of Mid-America Japan Trade Center in Chicago
Bradford Morse, Under-Secretary-General for Political and General Assembly Affairs of the United Nations
Hon. Henry A. Kissinger, U.S. Secretary of State
Joan Yeo Marsh, Berkshire magistrate, a Chairman of the Maidenhead Bench, member of the Visitors for Reading Prison, member of Institute for the Study and Treatment of Delinquency, and a historian
Robert Goralski, former NBC News correspondent
John Scott, TIME’s Special Correspondent and Assistant to the Publisher
Tasuku Asano, Professor of Political Science, International College of Commerce & Economics, Tokyo
Massao Kunihiro, Foreign Ministry Consultant and Professor of Anthropology, International College of Commerce and Economics, Tokyo
Takashi Konami, Professor of Economics, Tokyo, University of Foreign Studies and Research Scholar, Institute of World Economy
General (Ret.) Andrew J. Goodpaster, Former Supreme Allied Commander, Europe
Dr. Brian Inglis, British writer, journalist, and television commentator
David Haworth, British correspondent covering economic, political, and Common Market affairs
Fredrick Charles Ikle, Director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
Alfredo Guierrez, Executive Assistant to the President of the Inter-American Development Bank
H.E. M.R. Siddiqi, Ambassador of Bangladesh to the U.S.
Dimce Belovski, former Member of Macedonian Government, Vice President of the Socialist Alliance of Yugoslavia, Member of the Council of Federation and of the Central Committee of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia
Elizabeth Farnsworth, member of WORLD Press, Public Television and Latin American expert
Major General (Ret.) Edward B. Giller, Deputy Assistant Administrator for National Security for the Energy Research and Development Administration
Mr. Dick Taverne, Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies, former Member of British Parliament
Petar Pletikosa, Editor-In-Chief, Vjesnik, Zagreb, Yugoslavia
Carter Burgess, Chairman of the Foreign Policy Association, former Director of Ford Motor Co.
Jim Nutt, Director General of the Western Hemisphere Bureau of the Canadian Department of External Affairs
Ambassador Fernand Spaak, head of the Delegation of the Commission of the European Communities to the U.S.
William J. Barnsdale, World Food Programme Adviser, Islamabad, Pakistan
General Alexander M. Haig, Jr., Supreme Allied Commander, Europe
Hans Nord, Secretary General, the European Parliament
H.E. Melih Esenbel, Ambassador from Turkey to the U.S.
Christopher Van Hollen, Coordinator for the Executive Seminar in National and International Affairs of the State Department
Elliot Richardson, Ambassador at Large & Special Representative of the President to the Law of the Sea Conference
Harold Brown, U.S. Secretary of Defense
Wilmer J. Collett, Consul General of Canada
Senator Thomas Eagleton, U.S. Senator from Missouri
Lt. Colonel Paul Grenier, Middle East Specialist, Strategy Committee, U.S. Army Command & General Staff College
Robert Goralski, Director of Public Relations in the Washington Office of Gulf Oil Corporation
Roger Morris, author of Uncertain Greatness: Henry Kissenger and American Foreign Policy
H.E. Fumihiko Togo, Ambassador from Japan to the U.S.
Carter Burgess, Chairman of the Foreign Policy Association
Albert Coppe, President of the Société Générale de Banque (Belgium’s largest bank), Economics professor, University of Louvain, represented Belgium on the Commision of the European Communities
Mr. Frank G. Wisner, Deputy Executive Secretary of the Department of State
H.E. Peter Jay, Ambassador of Great Britain to U.S.
Hon. Elia Freij, Mayor of Bethlehem
H.E. Ivor Richard, Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom at the United Nations
H.E. Ashraf A. Ghorbal, Ambassador of Egypt to the U.S.
Sylva Gelbers, Special Advisor to the Deputy Minister of Labour, Government of Canada; former member of International Labour Organization; Canadian representative to the Untied Nations Commission on the Status of Women
Dr. Harold Brown, Secretary of Defense
Hon. Divaldo Suragy, Member of Parliament, Brazil
Major General Robert Close, Chairman of the Board for National Problems of Defense of Belgium
Dr. Theo Kotze, South African Methodist minister
Elmer W. Lower, former President of ABC News and former Vice President of America Broadcasting Companies, Inc.