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US-USSR Relations / Military Cuts #113333

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 11, 1988
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Stmt. by NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) forces commander John Galvin about Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev's military reduction plan detailed. Report introduced.

(DC: Steve Shepard) Debate over proposed Soviet military cutbacks featured; details given. [On "This Wk.", GALVIN - says size of Soviet forces will still be greater than that of NATO; says Sovs. should destroy the weaponry.] [On "This Wk.", Senator Les ASPIN - calls Gorbachev initiative dramatic.] Response by Soviet representatives given. [On CBS, Soviet central committee Georgi ARBATOV - discusses United States response.] Need for President-elect George Bush's new administration to respond to Soviet military cuts mentioned.

Donaldson, Sam;
Shepard, Steve

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