Michigan Daily records  1950-1995
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Challenge of Foreign Policy [subseries]:
Parts of a 13 part series produced for ETRC explores vital questions in America's relations with other countries.
 
Russia, 1955 (851831-I-6-1)
Parts of a 13 part series produced for ETRC explores vital questions in America's relations with other countries. In this program Salisbury analyses changes in Soviet leadership and what they mean for the U.S. Features: George Peek, UM-Pol.; N. Marbury Efimenco, UM-Pol.; Harrison Salisbury
 
Original: (Pos. #1271)
 
Russian People, 1955 (851831-I-6-3)
Salisbury discusses the question "What are the Russian people like and how do they live?" He focuses on the Russian's attitude toward their own government, toward the U.S., and on the religious revival in Russia. Features: Richard Beardsley, UM-Anthro.; Harison Salisbury
 
Original: (Pos. #1771)
 
China, 1955 (851831-I-6-5)
MIT professor Rostow discusses the international intentions of Red China, concludes that China will try to extend her borders of control to other parts of Asia. Also discusses U.S. policy toward Nationalist China. Features: Robert E. Ward, UM-Pol.; W.W. Rostow
 
Original: (Pos. #1772)
 
Japan, 1955 (851831-I-6-6)
Professors from the UM Center for Japanese Studies discuss Japan's internal problems and how Japan affects U.S. interests in Asia. Consider how U.S. can convert a defeated, demilitarized enemy into a strong ally against communism. Features: John Hall, UM-Ctr. Jap. St.; Robert Ward, UM-Pol.
 
Original: (Pos. #1775)
 
Southeast Asia, 1955 (851831-I-6-7)
Senator Mike Mansfield outlines the history of U.S. policy toward the area and discusses the U.S. interest in security and stability in Southeast Asia. Features: George Peek, UM-Pol.; Russell Fifield, UM-Pol.; Mike Mansfield
 
Original: (Pos. #1776)
 
Indo-China, 1955 (851831-I-6-8)
Sen. Mike Mansfield discusses the question "Is it likely that all of Indo-China will soon be Communist?" Concludes that divided Viet Nam is weakest link in armor of defense against Red China. Film footage of war, Ho Chi Minh, and Diem. Features: Russell Fifield, UM-Pol.; George Peek, UM-Pol.; Mike Mansfield
 
Original: (Pos. #1773)
 
India, 1955 (851831-I-6-9)
Discussion of India's Congress party and its problems since independence with references to Gandhi and Nehru and what these mean for U.S. policy and the struggle against Communist China. Film footage of Indian agriculture and health projects. Features: Phillips Talbot; John Muehl, UM-Engl.
 
Original: (Pos. #1774)
 
Middle East, 1955 (851831-I-6-10)
A discussion of U.S. foreign policy interests in the Middle East and whether U.S. interest is reconcilable with the ambitions of the countries themselves. Features: George Peek, UM-Pol.; N. Marbury Efimenco, UM-Pol.; Richard Nolte
 
Original: (Pos. #1700)
 
Germany, 1955 (851831-I-6-11)
Author of "Common Sense and Foreign Policy" discusses the problem of Germany, how to make a defeated enemy an accepted ally. a film sequence puts the problem in perspective. Features: James K. Pollock, UM-Pol.; George Peek, UM-Pol.; Dorothy Fosdick
 
Original: (Pos. #1701)
 
France, 1955 (851831-I-6-12)
Author of "Common Sense and Foreign Policy" discusses French politics, the rapid turnover in premiers, French commitments abroad and how they affect internal French politics. Film footage shows impact of overseas involvements. Features: George Peek, UM-Pol.; Daniel Wit, UM-Pol.; Dorothy Fosdick
 
Original: (Pos. #1702)
 
England, 1955 (851831-I-6-13)
Author of "Common Sense and Foreign Policy" discusses aspects of conflict in foreign policy goals of England and the U.S. Includes some footage of Winston Churchill and the blitz of London. Features: George Peek, UM-Pol.; James K. Pollock, UM-Pol.; Dorothy Fosdick
 
Original: (Pos. #1703)