Poland: Polish Crisis: United States Reactions
1 January 1982
This is a folder published by The National Archives in January 1982 about Agriculture, Banking, Communications, Emigration, Exports, Factories, Fishing, Foreign Trade, Human Rights, and Imports.
human rights agriculture trade technology natural gas refugees asylum united nations arms control north atlantic treaty organization (nato) banking communications debt repayments east-west relations economic growth emigration exports factories fishing imports industry investments loans paramilitary groups pipelines political prisoners price controls productivity public opinion sanctions official visits trade embargoes travel restrictions humanitarian aid church-state relations siberia universities living standards international organisations non-aligned movement food supplies food shortages diplomatic missions helsinki final act american foreign policy morale international debt economic policies protests retail prices european economic community (eec) american politics soviet foreign policy radio broadcasts Anglo-Soviet relations international conferences Polish United Workers' Party Western communist parties polish foreign policy anglo-polish relations british foreign policy American-Soviet relations American-Polish relations Polish-Soviet relations Polish politics Polish army B.B.C. Yalta Conference radio jamming Roman Catholic Church ecclesiastical visits prisoner release Anglo-American relations Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (C.S.C.E.) voluntary organisations Martial law in Poland (1981–1983) Madrid follow-up meeting to the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (C.S.C.E.) (1980–19 Polish Solidarity movement