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US-USSR Relations / Malta Summit / Gorbachev #119955

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 01, 1989
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(Malta: Peter Jennings) Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev and the crisis in USSR examined by four experts on USSR . [Rand Corporation Arnold HORELICK - describes economy and ethnic problems in USSR .] [Brookings Institution's Ed HEWETT - talks about the nationalities issue.] [Soviet EXPERT - says Gorbachev seems to be able to throw out political opponents.] [Center for Strategic and International Studies Robert HUNTER - comments on Gorbachev's security.] President Bush's relationship with Gorbachev noted. [HUNTER, EXPERT - comment on what United States can do for USSR .]

(Malta: Peter Jennings; Brit Hume) Issues to be dealt with by Gorbachev and President Bush at Malta summit examined; details given of US-USSR trade and aid.

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter
Duration:
00:04:20

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