Representatives from 45 colleges will attend a conference on Central America, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia at Radcliffe tomorrow.
Speakers at the N.S.A. sponsored meeting on "Pressure Points in World Politics" will be Donald C. Mckay chairman of the Committee on International and Regional Studies, John K. Fairbank '39, professor of Far Eastern History, Clarence H. Haring '07, Bliss Professor of Latin-American History and Economics, and Richard N. Frye, assistant professor of Middle Eastern Studies.
The International Relations Committee of the N.S.A. planned the meeting to enable students to clarify "their ideas on the advantaged of Western ideology over Communist beliefs."
After introductory addresses by the professor in each field, the students will separate into three discussion groups. A panel--composed of three foreign students from the area under discussion and two graduate students studying that field will lead each group.