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US-USSR Relations / Arms Talks #299919

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 20, 1985
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(Studio) "Pravda's" perception of United States attitude toward arms talks with USSR noted.
REPORTER: Charles Osgood

(Moscow, USSR ) USSR 's domestic problems during President Reagan's first term reviewed. [March 8, 1983, REAGAN - calls USSR an "evil empire."] Prospects of improved US-USSR relations during Reagan's 2nd term examined. [Journalist Vikenti MATVEEV - claims Sovs. are willing to cooperate with Reagan.] Succession of leaders, downing of KAL 007, failure of anti-nuclear demonstrations in West Europe to prevent deployment of US missiles and United States arms buildup noted affecting USSR approach to US. [September 24, 1984, REAGAN - considers negotiations only sane approach to arms control.] [MATVEEV - calls for new semantics more acceptable to Reagan other than detente.]
REPORTER: David Andelman

Andelman, David;
Osgood, Charles

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