Frustration over impotence of America on embassy hostages.
Alistair Cooke contrasts the "crisis" in the tennis world with the troubles in Iraq.
White House had been warned of possible embassy seizure in Tehran.
Reports that the US has sunk three Cambodian ships lead to tense diplomacy.
Carter hosts Camp David Middle East summit.
President Carter gets ratings boost after summit.
In less than a year, Clinton has been confronted by a flood of foreign disasters.
Blow to Reagan as House ends aid to Nicaragua's Contras.
What might Donald Trump mean for Brexit? Chris Morris investigates a new global universe.
Would the Russians prefer to see a Democrat in the White House this year?
Cultural exchanges usher in a new era of Soviet-American relations.
A former left-wing Sandinista soldier talks about the war against US-backed Contras.
After a debate on tackling terrorism, Alistair Cooke reassesses his opinion of the UN.
President Reagan's dilemma over the mounting tensions in Central America.
No movement over US hostages held in Iran.
Newspapers mislead readers over support for Reagan's policies.
Uproar over Soviet use of 'spy dust' to keep track of Americans in Moscow.
What has governed President Obama's foreign policy?
A review of Ronald Reagan's concerns in the Middle East.
As President Reagan's inauguration takes place, 52 US hostages are released in Iran.
Saturation coverage by TV networks as the hostages return from Iran.
Public boost for President Carter's measured response on hostage crisis.
US and Soviet leaders in dual New Year greetings broadcasts.
Maha Azzam examines the long term implications of the recent uprisings in the Middle East.
Reagan and Gorbachev's disarmament summit in Reykjavik ends in failure.
A profile of British political theorist and historian Sir Isaiah Berlin (1909-1997).
Carter praised for reaction to Tehran hostage crisis.
In 1965 a Moroccan disappeared from the streets of Paris. His body has never been found.
The Canadian rescue of US diplomats during the 1979 seizure of the US embassy in Tehran.
Alistair Cooke examines how power supply issues in San Francisco now eclipse earthquakes.