TITLE

Soviet Union-United States relations in the foreign policy of Mikhail Gorbachev. 1985-1988

AUTHOR(S)
Polynov, Matvey F.
PUB. DATE
July 2013
SOURCE
Proceedings of the History Department of the Saint-Petersburg St;2013, Issue 14, p307
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In the article is considered that the Soviet-American relations in the foreign policy of Mikhail Gorbachev were prioritized. Author analyzes the contents of the most important meetings between Gorbachev and U. S. President Ronald Reagan, held in Geneva (November 1985.), Reykjavik (October 1986), Washington DC (December 1987), Moscow (May-June 1986.). In 1985-1988 there was an improvement in Soviet- American relations. It was succeeded to come to an agreement on the elimination of intermediate and short-range missiles for the first time.
ACCESSION #
94733725

 

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