Commentary

Commentary

Selway's New Order

CriticizedI have been in shipping for 42 years as a merchant seaman, ship
Arms control went into extra innings following a no-hit performance by both superpowers at the Icela
If you think that Mikhail Gorbachev is blowing fresh breezes across the U.S.S.R., some observations
CONGRESS DID A GOOD THING LAST WEEK when it resurrected and passed an immigration bill. The legislat
It's happened to all of us, and we've all probably entertained thoughts similar to those that floode
The British government appears to have gone cold on the idea of championing greater competition and
The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission was established by President Kennedy in August, 1961 as an inde
MORE THAN 4,000 OF THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY'S top executives arrive in Washington this week to consider
ELAINE CHAO, deputy maritime administrator with the Maritime Administration, recently spoke before t
The British are an enigma to me. Perhaps, like most Americans, I was raised too much on Shakespeare
Years ago, in the era of silent films, serial movies flourished. The most successful and best known
FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS are likely to increase pressure on the United States to loosen restrictions agai
THE SUMMIT WAS DISCUSSED ON THE TRAIN. Why was there a stalemate? it was asked. Well that's what hap
DISINFORMATION. It's a very big term in Washington these days, where the White House press corps was