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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.
(NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) summit in Washington: Ralph Begleiter) The celebration of the 50th anniversary of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) in Washington, DC, featured; details given of NATO's quest to find a replacement issue to containing the Soviet challenge and how to deal with its former enemy, Russia. [Two ANALYSTS - offer views on Russia and its relationship with NATO.] [Secretary of State Madeleine ALBRIGHT - says the greatest threat is chaos in Europe.] The view that the outcome in Kosovo could determine NATO's future noted.
(Brussels: Patricia Kelly) NATO's hope of preventing ethnic wars in Europe examined. [British Prime Minister Tony BLAIR - cites the history of the Balkans.] [ANALYST - comments.]
(Washington: Ralph Begleiter) Weekend coverage of this anniversary session of NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) announced.
- Begleiter, Ralph;
- Kelly, Patricia;
- Shaw, Bernard
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