Kyle, Keith

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KYLE, Keith

KYLE, Keith. British, b. 1925. Genres: Adult non-fiction. Career: English-Speaking Union, London, England, secretary of programs and publications department, 1951; British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) radio, London, producer, 1951-53; The Economist, Washington, DC, chief U.S. correspondent, 1953-58, political and parliamentary correspondent, London, 1958-60; BBC television, London, reporter and newscaster in Nairobi, Kenya, 1960-64, and London, 1964-82; Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, head of meetings department, 1972-86, special assistant to director, 1987-90, research fellow, 1990-94; Visiting Professor of History, University of Ulster, 1993-99. Author of London column, New York Post, 1958-61; author of international affairs column, Listener, 1969-74; contributor to London Review of Books, 1979-94. John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard, fellow Institute of Politics, 1967-68. Publications: Cyprus, 1984; Suez, 1991; (joint ed.) Whither Israel?, 1993, rev. ed., 1994; Cyprus: In Search of Peace, 1998; The Politics of the Independence of Kenya, 1999; Suez: Britain's End of Empire in the Middle East, 2003. Contributor to books. Address: 25 Oppidans Road, London NW3 3AG, England. Online address: [email protected]