December 1977
National Review;12/23/1977, Vol. 29 Issue 50, p1470
The article focuses on the political developments in various countries. In an interview with columnist James Reston, U.S. President Jimmy Carter discussed the government's foreign policy objectives for 1978. Carter thinks that the Panama Canal Treaty will soon be approved. According to a report that has been published in the magazine "Science," the Soviet Union may be testing a weapon to destroy space satellites. An article was recently published in the newspaper "The New York Times," regarding the political situation in the Iberian Peninsula. Very few people in Portugal are talking seriously about a right-wing military coup.


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