Commentary

Commentary

WE WELCOME THE SOVIET DECISION to free Nicholas Daniloff. For some observers, this case constitutes
Undeniably the Grande Bretagne Hotel on Syntagma (Constitution) Square in Athens is the queen of the
In the years to come, consumers in the Western world will have more money available for discretionar
Concern appears to be growing about the declining tonnage of the U.S. merchant fleet. Consensus is s
Treasury Secretary James Baker has roiled foreign exchange markets and riled foreign officials with
In response to the JofC article "Romania Buys Cargo of U.S. Anthracite", Sept. 5, may I submit the
Despite the shock of losing the U.S. tourists this year, there are places in Greece and the eastern
A lot has happened in the trade field lately. In 1985, the total volume of U.S. trade in goods and s
No doubt as far as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is concerned, Sir Ian MacGregor's new book, "The
IN THE SPACE OF TWO WEEKS, a dramatic shift has taken place in Middle East relationships that were e
Corazon Cojuangco Aquino, or "Cory" as the Filipino people call her, is serene. That's what strikes
Philippine President Corazon Aquino returned to Manila from a much acclaimed first official U.S. vis
AN INTERNATIONAL ACCORD next week on mixed export credits is given a 50-50 chance by U.S. officials.
IN ADDITION TO trotting off to numerous briefings and avoiding the icy, gusting winds, journalists a