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Gorbachov

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Mikhail Sergeevich . born 1931, Soviet statesman; general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party (1985-- 91): president (1988--91). Nobel peace prize 1990. His reforms ended the Communist monopoly of power and led to the break-up of the Soviet Union
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President Gorbachov attended almost as an observer at London in 1991, President Yeltsin was invited to discuss terms of financial assistance to the Russian economy in 1992 and 1993, and joined in foreign policy discussion the next year.
Stefan became a councillor, chairman of Cardiff City Football Club and eventually MP for Cardiff West, where he rubbed shoulders with US President Ronald Reagan, Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachov and Pope John Paul II.
America and Russia were on our side and it is a fact that Thatcher's warmest relations internationally were with America and Russia--and with the persons of Reagan and Gorbachov.
RONALD Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachov thawed the Cold War with a warm shake during disarmament talks in Reykjavik in 1986.
The oil giant's effort to subpoena video outtakes from independent filmmaker Joe Berlinger -- who made a documentary film about the case -- drew fire from Robert Redford, Bill Moyers, Mikhail Gorbachov, Leonardo DiCaprio, and other well-known artists and political figures.
AS handshakes go, this one was up there with Reagan and Gorbachov, Sadat and Begin or Hartson and Berkovic.
Democracy, Gorbachov style, merely meant the lifting of some restrictions on private property and a good deal of window dressing in the Byzantine hierarchy of Soviet representative bodies.
He has also participated in special programs such as: World Music Awards, Los Oscar y Eventos Fundacion Telmex interviewing top personalities, such as Magic Jonhson, Bill Clinton, Mikhail Gorbachov, Madeleine Albright, Felipe Gonzalez, Lance Armstrong, Goldie Hawn, Pele, Miguel Bose and Placido Domingo, among others.
I'm talking about Reagan meeting Gorbachov and those awe-inspiring American- Russian summits.