The World In His Hands

It turns out you don't have to be a policy wonk to join that élite cadre of international-affairs buffs, the Council on Foreign Relations. You can just play one in the movies. The council, which counts Bill Clinton, Dick Cheney and Henry Kissinger among its more than 4,000 members, has just accepted some Hollywood heavies into its ranks. In a "recognition that foreign affairs goes beyond government to the world of culture," says a spokeswoman, the think tank and publisher awarded memberships last month to applicants WARREN BEATTY, a Senator in Bulworth; Michael Douglas, the leader of the free world in...

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