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April 16, 1991
Former Soviet dissidents, religious leaders and others active in human rights plan two days of round-table discussions in Moscow late this week to grade Kremlin progress in respecting individual freedoms. The main question before the meetings is whether the Soviet Union has made enough progress on human rights to justify its hosting the next Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe review session, scheduled to take place in Moscow next September.
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NEWS
April 16, 1991
Former Soviet dissidents, religious leaders and others active in human rights plan two days of round-table discussions in Moscow late this week to grade Kremlin progress in respecting individual freedoms. The main question before the meetings is whether the Soviet Union has made enough progress on human rights to justify its hosting the next Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe review session, scheduled to take place in Moscow next September.
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June 5, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
The European family of nations became complete today when Albania applied and was unanimously accepted as an observer to the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Albania's decision to end its self-imposed isolation brought all 34 countries of the European continent together for the first time since the political divisions of World War II.
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January 24, 1985 | Associated Press
Ambassador Richard Schifter, the U.S. representative to the U.N. Human Rights Commission, has been appointed to head the American delegation to a coming six-week meeting of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, the State Department announced Wednesday.
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May 25, 1988 | Associated Press
The White House announced Tuesday that President Reagan intends to nominate Warren Zimmermann to be ambassador to Yugoslavia. Zimmermann is chairman of the U.S. delegation to the Vienna Follow-up Meeting of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe.
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June 7, 1990 | Reuters
Hard-line Communist Albania, in a dramatic foreign policy U-turn, said Wednesday that it wants to join the 35-nation Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Albania is attending a CSCE meeting here as an observer for the first time.
NEWS
October 23, 1990
Both Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev and President Bush have active foreign travel schedules in the weeks ahead. Here are their itineraries. President Bush 1 Nov. 19-21--France for the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe summit; trip may be extended to include stops in the Middle East and Central Europe. 2 Nov. 26-27--Mexico. 3 Dec. 2-8--South America for a series of visits in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
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October 2, 1990 | United Press International
The Persian Gulf crisis has forced President Bush to cancel a visit to Czechoslovakia en route to the Paris Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe Nov. 19, President Vaclav Havel said Monday. Speaking on his return from the U.N. conference on children in New York, Havel said Bush canceled plans to come to Prague because "he is too busy with the gulf."
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September 25, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Delegates gathered on the Spanish island of Majorca for a meeting of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Italy and Spain are expected to call for emphasis on security in the Mediterranean region, saying that the threat of war in the Persian Gulf has created fresh interest in such a forum. Spain's King Juan Carlos opened the monthlong talks among the 35 CSCE member states.
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August 10, 1991 | Associated Press
Serbs and Croats announced Friday an exchange of prisoners captured in their bitter ethnic fighting and pledged to work to make an uneasy truce hold. In Prague, Czechoslovakia, the 35-nation Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe urged the warring Yugoslav factions to begin talks to cement the peace. Serbs and Croats agreed to exchange some prisoners in the village of Vajska on their border Friday evening, the state news agency Tanjug reported.
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July 9, 1987 | From Reuters
About 17,000 Czechoslovak and Soviet troops will hold six days of maneuvers in northwestern Bohemia next week, the official Ceteka news agency reported Wednesday. Foreign observers from all 35 signatory states of the 1975 Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, which include the United States and Canada, have been invited to watch the exercises, the agency added.
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