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US-USSR Summit / Background #339473

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 28, 1991
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Moscow: Bill Plante) The future of summits in the post-Cold War era featured; scenes shown of Presidents Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev, who need each other for each man's political agenda. [Council on Foreign Relations Michael MANDELBAUM, Soviet analyst Sergei PLEKHANOV, London School of Economics Fred HALLIDAY - talk about summits and the conditions that will affect them.] Possibility that a joint invitation to a Middle East peace conference may be issued here noted. The need for the United States to develop policies to deal with a USSR that is in a period of rapid change emphasized.

Plante, Bill;
Smith, Harry

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