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Negotiations, not confrontation! WPC Bureau meeting and dialogue on security and cooperation in Europe (Copenhagen, Denmark).

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Published by Information Centre of the World Peace Council in Helsinki, Finland .
Written in English



  • Europe


  • European cooperation.,
  • Arms race.,
  • World politics -- 1975-1985.,
  • Europe -- Defenses.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesSecurity and cooperation in Europe.
ContributionsWorld Peace Council.
LC ClassificationsUA646 .N43 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination36 p. ;
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3099670M
LC Control Number82204676

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