Helsinki Sucker Game

July 1975
National Review;7/18/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 27, p756
The article focuses on issues concerning the forthcoming Helsinki Conference on European Security and Cooperation. It is reported that the document issuing from the Conference will talk about the inviolability of frontiers, that is, it will recognize in solemn treaty form Moscow's domination over Eastern Europe, plus half of Germany. The conference is arranged to get Western acceptance of the Soviet empire and agreement to Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, general secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, doctrine. It is claimed that no provision will be included to guard nations in the Western camp from the Soviet Union sponsored subversion and political warfare.


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