February 1983
National Review;2/4/1983, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p87
The article reports international political developments as of February 1983. Representative John Breaux (D-La.) has been ousted from the U.S. Congress Budget Committee. A group led by former U.S. Ambassador to Chile Nathaniel Davis filed a libel suit against Constantine Costa-Gavras, director of the film "Missing." Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme shared his opinion about U.S. President Ronald Reagan's view on nuclear war. Australian diplomats were expelled from Iran after asking for the photographs of women applying for visas to Australia. Senator Robert Dole (R-Kan.) opposed the proposal of the Reagan administration to increase taxes in 1986.


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