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US-USSR Relations / Malta Summit / Gorbachev #119729

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 26, 1989
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(Studio: Forrest Sawyer) Upcoming summit meeting of President Bush and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev off Malta noted. Report introduced.

(Moscow, USSR : Rick Inderfurth) Gorbachev's new world vision and his challenges to the West featured. [Soviet foreign ministry's Vitaly CHURKIN - comments.] Gorbachev's advocacy of freedom of choice in 1988 speech at UN recalled. [Institute for East-West Security Studies Stephen LARRABEE - says postwar world is changing.] Projections given of political and economic changes in Europe and its impact on USSR . [London Univ.'s Dr. Martin McCAULEY - says USSR would like to see E. European economies become more viable.]

Reporter(s):
Inderfurth, Rick;
Sawyer, Forrest
Duration:
00:02:30

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