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|Named Person:||Edmund Wilson; Hālāh Isfandiyārī|
|Material Type:||Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Lewis M Dabney; Hālāh Isfandiyārī; John Milewski; Lee Hamilton; Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
|Notes:||Titles from disc label.|
|Performer(s):||Guests, Lewis Dabney interviewed in the first program ; Haleh Esfandiari interviewed in the second program ; hosted by John Milewski.|
|Event notes:||Program #871 broadcast week: January 24-30, 2009; program #905 broadcast week: January 30-February 6, 2010.|
|Description:||1 sound disc (62 min.) ; stereo. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 track sheet.|
|Details:||Audio compact disc.|
|Other Titles:||My prison my home :
key to good politics? good communication
Dialogue (Radio program).
|Responsibility:||Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.|
Program #905: "Title: My Prison, My Home: One Woman's Story of Captivity in Iran, Part 2. In part two of their interview, hosts John Milewski continues his discussion with Haleh Esfandiari, director of the Woodrow Wilson Center's Middle East Program, about her recently published memoir My Prison, My Home: One Woman's Story of Captivity in Iran. Dr. Esfandiari discusses how her annual holiday trip to Iran to visit her mother became a political nightmare. she recounts her long and harrowing ordeal with the Iranian Intelligence Ministry, her detainment at the notorious Evin Prison, as well as how she has coped since returning to the United States."--Track sheet.
Commentary #382: "The Lee Hamilton Commentaries: U.S.-Japan Relations. Despite recent tension, the U.S.-Japanese security alliance is, and will remain, a fixture of the international order, says former Congressman Lee Hamilton. Changes in the relationship's dynamics, now taking place, should not be mistaken for its implosion or even deterioration, but rather viewed in their historical and political context."--Track sheet.
Commentary #383: "The Lee Hamilton Commentaries: The Key to Good Politics? Good Communication. Perhaps the most important set of skills a politician can possess is the ability to write, to speak, and to listen. 'The Key to Good Politics? Good communication,' explains former Congressman Lee Hamilton."--Track sheet.