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US-USSR Relations / Berlin Wall, Arms Control #316324

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 25, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(DC: Lesley Stahl) United States intelligence said indicating Mikhail Gorbachev may be preparing to dismantle Berlin Wall; details given, scenes shown. [June 12, President REAGAN - calls for Gorbachev to tear down Berlin Wall.] Gorbachev's successful political maneuver in accepting United States challenges considered. [Senator Sam NUNN - notes United States was caught off guard when Gorbachev accepted our missile proposal.] His acceptance of test site inspection proposal as well cited as example [NUNN - notes United States needs to reexamine what it proposes.] US- Kuwait agreement in Persian Gulf said illustrating issue. [Soviet expert Dimitri SIMES - notes Gorbachev's advantage in Persian Gulf.] [Senator Richard LUGAR - considers Reagan's domestic problems detracting him.]

Rather, Dan;
Stahl, Lesley

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