BEHR, Edward. British, b. 1926. Genres: Novels, International relations/Current affairs, Autobiography/Memoirs, Politics/Government. Career: Contributing Ed., Newsweek International, since 1987 (Newsweek Bureau Chief, S.E. Asia, 1966-68, and Paris Bureau, 1968-73; European Ed., 1973-83; Cultural Ed., Paris, 1984-87). Reuters Correspondent, 1951-54; Correspondent, Time Magazine, 1957-63; Contributing Ed., Saturday Evening Post, 1963-65. Publications: The Algerian Problem, 1961; (with S. Liu) The Thirty Sixth Way, 1969; Bearings, 1978 (in U.K. as Anyone Here Been Raped-and Speaks English?, 1981); Getting Even (novel), 1980; The Last Emperor, 1987; Hirohito: Behind the Myth, 1989; The Making of Les Miserables, 1989; Indonesia: A Voyage through the Archipelago, 1990; Kiss the Hand You Cannot Bite, 1991; (with M. Steyn) The Story of Miss Saigon, 1991; Thank Heaven for Little Girls (in U.S., The Good Frenchman: The Life and Times of Maurice Chevalier), 1993; The Rise and Fall of Ceausescu (for TV); Une Amerique Qui Fait Peur, 1995; Prohibition, the 13 Years That Changed America, 1997.