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Agreement Achieved

  • John Freeman
Part of the RUSI Defence Studies book series (RUSIDS)

Abstract

Delegates returned to Stockholm in August conscious that only one month (from 19 August to 19 September) remained in which to draft the major and most difficult part of an agreement. Though cautiously optimistic that an agreement was within their grasp, the negotiators were all too conscious that rarely could the drafting of such complex issues have been subject to such a tight time constraint.

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Restricted Area Military Activity Notifiable Activity Land Vehicle Inspection Team 
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Notes

  1. 3.
    McDonagh, P., ‘The Strengthening of Security in Europe: The Stockholm Conference, 1984–86’, Irish Studies in International Affairs,Vol. 2, No. 3, 1987, p. 92. Philip McDonagh was deputy head of the Irish delegation in Stockholm.Google Scholar

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© Royal United Services Institute 1991

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