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New Directions / Foreign / Eastern Europe and Elsewhere #325343

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Dec 31, 1989
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(Studio: Connie Chung, Tom Fenton, Richard Schlesinger; Bucharest, Romania: Bob Simon) Round table discussion held about foreign matters, especially the impact of events in Eastern Europe. Analysis given of future of Middle East in re: Israel and Palestinians and of USSR , where there will be more pressure from the Baltic states of Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia. Analysis given of governmental changes and power struggles in Latin American, include Panama, Nicaragua, Colombia. Future of pro-democracy movement in China predicted. Possible impact of economy changes of Eastern European countries like Hungary and the changes in frontiers as in East and West Germany.

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00:05:50

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