Conference on Security and Co-Operation in Europe (CSCE): Conference on Security and Co-Operation in Europe (CSCE): Attitude of Canada
1 January 1982
This is a folder published by The National Archives in January 1982 about Democracy, Disarmament, Dissidents, Freedom of Movement, Gold, Human Rights, Loans, Nuclear Weapons, Petroleum, and Refugees.
human rights democracy refugees freedom of movement united nations arms control north atlantic treaty organization (nato) disarmament dissidents east-west relations gold loans nuclear weapons peace movements political prisoners sanctions official visits trade unions oil turkish politics speeches international organisations missiles non-aligned movement warsaw pact food supplies arrests helsinki final act ethnic minorities american foreign policy soviet foreign policy international conferences polish foreign policy british foreign policy Soviet politics Polish-Soviet relations Polish politics Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions (M.B.F.R.) West German foreign policy Roman Catholic Church Turkish press Anglo-Canadian relations Belgian-Soviet relations Norwegian-Soviet relations multilateral talks Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (C.S.C.E.) East German politics Confidence Building Measures (C.B.M.s) Martial law in Poland (1981–1983) Canadian-Polish relations Madrid follow-up meeting to the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (C.S.C.E.) (1980–19 Soviet-Afghan War (1979–1989) Polish Solidarity movement