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President Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev JPG (14.5kb) On December 8, 1987 Reagan and Gorbachev signed the INF Treaty in Washington U.S. President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev sign the Washington INF Treaty, which eliminates intermediate-range missiles in Europe.

1985

Safire, William. REAGAN'S NEXT TERM. The New York Times, January 13, 1985, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 6; Page 20, Column 3; Magazine Desk.


Letter to the Editor. LEADERSHIP CHANGE IN RUSSIA. Los Angeles Times, March 18, 1985, Monday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 4; Column 4; Letters Desk.


Caution on the path. (summit meeting between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev) (editorial). Los Angeles Times, April 9 , 1985, v104, Tue ed, sec II, col 1, p4.


Summit time blues. (editorial). The New Republic, May 6, 1985, v192, p7(2).


SMITH, HEDRICK. AIDE TO REAGAN SAYS SUMMIT MEETING IS PROBABLE. The New York Times, May 10, 1985, Friday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 10, Column 4; Foreign Desk.


Buckley, William F., Jr. A summit in the air? (Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev). National Review, May 17, 1985, v37, p55(1).


Ignatius, David; Kempe, Frederick. Reagan and Gorbachev set November summit meeting to get acquainted, discuss strategic arms treaties. (Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev) (International News). Wall Street Journal, July 3, 1985, Wed ed, col 1, p18(W) p19(E).


Lewis, Flora. Climbing to the summit. (planned summit meeting between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in September) (column). New York Times, July 8, 1985, v134, Mon ed, col 1, p19(N) pA17(L).


Crozier, Brian. Conditional talks. (Ronald Reagan's summit meeting with Mikhail Gorbachev). National Review, July 26, 1985, v37, p24(1).


Boyd, Gerald M. President hoping to end 'suspicions' at summit parley; no major pacts expected; he wants to assure Gorbachev of U.S. intentions but also questions Soviet goals. (Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev). New York Times, Aug 25, 1985, v134, Sun ed, sec 1, col 1, p1.


CONINE, ERNEST. SOVIETS RIDE A CROOKED MILE IN SPACE; THEY LIE ABOUT 'STAR WARS,' BUT WE SHOULD STILL NEGOTIATE. Los Angeles Times, August 26, 1985, Monday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 5; Column 3; Op-Ed Desk.


NELSON, JACK. DESPERATELY NEEDS VICTORY, AIDES SAY; REAGAN ENTERING CRITICAL PERIOD OF HIS PRESIDENCY. Los Angeles Times, September 9, 1985, Monday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 1; Column 3; National Desk.


SMITH, HEDRICK. Impressions of M. Gorbachev. The New York Times, September 12, 1985, Thursday, Late City Final Edition, Section B; Page 10, Column 3; National Desk.


President faces rocky climb to the summit. U.S. News & World Report, Sept 16, 1985, v99, p26(2).


Smith , Gerard C. and Paul C. Warnke. HOPE FOR THE SUMMIT. The New York Times, September 26, 1985, Thursday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 35, Column 1; Editorial Desk.


Gelb, Leslie H. THE MIND OF THE PRESIDENT. The New York Times, October 6, 1985, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 6; Page 21, Column 1; Magazine Desk.


Chaze, William L. Tuning up for summit. (Geneva arms control summit meeting). U.S. News & World Report, Oct 7, 1985, v99, p22(2).


Powell, Stewart. The war of words. (propaganda use by U.S. and Soviet Union). U.S. News & World Report, Oct 7, 1985, v99, p34(7).


Knight, Robin. Wooing of the West. (Mikhail Gorbachev's public-relations blitz in Europe). U.S. News & World Report, Oct 14, 1985, v99, p22(2).


Crozier, Brian. The approaching summit. (Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev summit meeting in November, 1985). National Review, Oct 18, 1985, v37, p26(1).


Novak, Michael. Tell Gorbachev for me. (summit meeting of Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan). National Review, Oct 18, 1985 v37, p46(1).


Saikowski, Charlotte. US-Soviet summit dialogue include Afghanistan?. Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), October 18, 1985, Friday, Pg. 1.


Kalb, Madeleine G. FOREIGN POLICY: WHERE CONSENSUS ENDS. The New York Times, October 27, 1985, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 6; Page 103, Column 1; Magazine Desk.


Buckley, William F., Jr. Geneva coming up. (Ronald Reagan's meeting with Mikhail Gorbachev). National Review, Nov 1, 1985, v37, p78(1).


Kennan, George F. FIRST THINGS FIRST AT THE SUMMIT. The New York Times, November 3, 1985, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 4; Page 21, Column 1; Editorial Desk.


CONINE, ERNEST. SUMMIT DEAL IS WAITING TO BE MADE; EVEN ON 'STAR WARS,' REAGAN AND SOVIETS CAN STRIKE A BARGAIN. Los Angeles Times, November 4, 1985, Monday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 5; Column 3; Op-Ed Desk.


Gergen, David R. Iron doctrine for 'iron teeth'. U.S. News & World Report, Nov 4, 1985, v99, p90(1).


Shapiro, Joseph P. How Reagan prepares for Gorbachev. (preparing for summit meeting with Mikhail Gorbachev). U.S. News & World Report, Nov 4, 1985, v99, p33(1).


The key danger zones on U.S.-Soviet agenda. (Summit Issues, part 2). U.S. News & World Report, Nov 4, 1985, v99, p30(2).


GWERTZMAN, BERNARD. U.S. AIDES DOUBT SUCCESS AT SUMMIT. The New York Times, November 7, 1985, Thursday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 1, Column 3; National Desk.


Chaze, William L. Back in the game; Reagan's counter-counteroffer to the Soviets helps set the tone for Geneva. The result: everyone involved is getting a sharper focus on the summit. U.S. News & World Report, Nov 11, 1985, v99, p28(2).


CLIFT, ELEANOR and JAMES GERSTENZANG. KEY TO PEACE IS STRENGTH, REAGAN SAYS; COMMON SENSE CALLED VITAL TO SUMMIT DIALOGUE. Los Angeles Times, November 12, 1985, Tuesday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 1; Column 6; Foreign Desk.


Larrabee, F. Stephen. GOALS FOR THE SUMMIT MEETING; Firmer Political Relations. The New York Times, November 14, 1985, Thursday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 35, Column 1; Editorial Desk.


Christopher, Maura. Ten who seek nuclear security at Geneva. Scholastic Update, Nov 15, 1985, v118, p21(1).


Cohen, Stephen. The Malchick meets the Lone Ranger. (Mikhail Gorbachev, Ronald Reagan). New Statesman, Nov 15, 1985, v110, p21(2).


McLaughlin, John. The summit according to Henry. (summit meeting in Geneva, Henry Kissinger). National Review, Nov 15, 1985, v37, p24(1).


New hope for a major breakthrough; successful arms talks, experts say, are up to President Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev, the Soviet leader. Scholastic Update, Nov 15, 1985, v118, p3(1).


Kissinger, Henry A. A formula from Reykjavik; arms proposals full of peril. (column). Los Angeles Times, Nov 16, 1986, v105, Sun ed, sec V, col 1, p1.


COOK, DON and STANLEY MEISLER. THE SUMMIT AT GENEVA; REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: MEDIA INVASION THE BIGGEST GENEVA HAS EVER SEEN. Los Angeles Times, November 17, 1985, Sunday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 5; Column 3; Foreign Desk.


Smith, Hedrick. GENEVA: A TEST OF TWO WILLS. The New York Times, November 17, 1985, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 6; Page 44, Column 1; Magazine Desk.


Smith, Hedrick. Geneva; a test of two wills. (Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev). The New York Times Magazine, Nov 17, 1985, v135, p44(10).


Lelyveld, Joseph. A reporter's notebook: 14 words from Reagan. (Geneva Summit Meeting, Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev). New York Times, Nov 18, 1985, v135, Mon ed, col 5, p8(N) pA9(L).


Trewhitt, Henry. Eying the stakes. (Geneva summit meeting forecasts). U.S. News & World Report, Nov 18, 1985, v99, p28(2).


Apple, R.W., Jr. Reagan confers with Gorbachev in Geneva parley; sessions total 4 hours; leaders spending more time alone than anticipated - aides call it good sign. (Mikhail Gorbachev; Geneva summit meeting). New York Times, Nov 20, 1985, v135, Wed ed, col 6, p1(N) pA1(L).


Hoffman, David. Leaders meet in an air of nervous cordiality. Washington Post, Nov 20, 1985, v108, Wed ed, col 3, pA1.


Saikowski, Charlotte. Reagan, Gorbachev finally meet at Geneva. Christian Science Monitor, Nov 20, 1985, v77, Wed ed, col 1, p1.


LELYVELD, JOSEPH. NOW JACKSON IS EMBRACING THE NUANCES. The New York Times, November 21, 1985, Thursday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 15, Column 1; Foreign Desk.


NETTER, THOMAS W. IN GENEVA, THE POLITICS OF FOOD AND THE DINNER DIPLOMACIES. The New York Times, November 21, 1985, Thursday, Late City Final Edition, Section C; Page 10, Column 1; Home Desk.


TAUBMAN, PHILIP. THE SUMMIT: WHAT FRUIT WILL IT BEAR?; A SMILING REAGAN IN SOVIET TV NEWS. The New York Times, November 21, 1985, Thursday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 16, Column 1; Foreign Desk.


WEINRAUB, BERNARD. REAGAN CONTINUES PRIVATE MEETINFS WITH GORBACHEV. The New York Times, November 21, 1985, Thursday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 1, Column 6; Foreign Desk.


Cannon, Lou; Lee, Gary A. Reagan, Gorbachev vow to curb arms race. (Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev). Washington Post, Nov 22, 1985, v108, Fri ed, col 4, pA1.


Kempe, Frederick. Lacking major accord, Geneva Summit yields an easing of tensions; Reagan, Gorbachev's rapport startles some; Star Wars, Afghan issues are shelved; back to normal for Aeroflot?. Wall Street Journal, Nov 22, 1985, Fri ed, col 6, p1(W) p1(E).


Mendelsohn, Jack. Eyes down on your summit scorecard. (Reagan-Gorbachev summit). New Statesman, Nov 22, 1985, v110, p18(2).


Nelson, Jack; Clift, Eleanor. Two leaders try to charm each other. (Ronald Reagan; Mikhail Gorbachev; Geneva summit meeting). Los Angeles Times, Nov 22 , 1985, v104, Fri ed, sec I, col 4, p1.


Nelson, Jack. 'Constructive' steps for peace taken, President says; 'understand each other better' now. (Ronald Reagan; Geneva summit meeting). Los Angeles Times, Nov 22, 1985, v104, Fri ed, sec I, col 6, p1.


Rosenberg, Howard. HOWARD ROSENBERG:  SPECULATION TOPS SUMMIT SUBJECTS. Los Angeles Times, November 22, 1985, Friday, Home Edition, Calendar; Part 6; Page 1; Column 4; Entertainment Desk.


SCHMEMANN, SERGE. REAGAN AND GORBACHEV OPTIMISTIC AFTER MEETING; RUSSIAN APPEARS UPBEAT. The New York Times, November 22, 1985, Friday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 1, Column 5; Foreign Desk.


SUMMIT FINALE: PRAISE FROM WEINBERGER; TEXT OF THE JOINT U.S.-SOVIET STATEMENT: 'GREATER UNDERSTANDING ACHIEVED'. The New York Times, November 22, 1985, Friday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 15, Column 1; Foreign Desk.


Hoffman, David. Tense turning point at summit; key Reagan-Gorbachev handshake calmed atmosphere. (Mikhail Gorbachev; Geneva summit meeting). Washington Post, Nov 23,1985, v108, Sat ed, col 4, pA1.


SHOGAN, ROBERT. SUMMIT'S SUCCESS MAY BOOST REAGAN POLITICAL STOCK ON ARMS CONTROL. Los Angeles Times, November 24, 1985, Sunday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 4; Column 1; Foreign Desk.


Simes, Dmitri K. THE SUMMIT -- SOMETHING OF A SUCCESS. The New York Times, November 24, 1985, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 4; Page 23, Column 1; Editorial Desk.


Chaze, William L. Weighing the odds on the summit. U.S. News & World Report, Nov 25, 1985, v99, p33(1).


Levin, Bob. The star wars summit. (Geneva Summit Meeting). Maclean's, Nov 25, 1985, v98, p22(2).


Sidey, High. When history reaches a peak; future Soviet-American relations are at stake as Reagan and Gorbacehv meet. (Mikhail Gorbachev). Time, Nov 25, 1985, v126, p30(3).


Posner, Michael; Lewis, Peter; McDonald, Marci; North, David. Raising toasts to a new era. (analysis of Geneva Summit Meeting, 1985). Maclean's, Dec 2, 1985, v98, p32(4).


Thomas, Evan. Fencing at the fireside summit; with candor and civility, Reagan and Gorbachev grapple for answers to the arms-race riddle. (Mikhail Gorbachev, Geneva Summit Meeting) (includes related article on tropical fish in house used by Ronald Reagan). Time, Dec 2, 1985, v126, p22(8).


Trewhitt, Henry. Back to earth, summit foes face the same old problems. U.S. News & World Report, Dec 9, 1985, v99, p35(1).


1986


President Reagan and General Secretary Gorbachev meet in Geneva. (Mikhail S. Gorbachev) (transcript). Department of State Bulletin, Jan, 1986, v86, p1(16).


Staying tuned for the 'summer summit'. (Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan). Newsweek, Jan 13, 1986, v107, p36(2).


Dancing the test-ban tango. (U.S. and Soviet Union on arms control). U.S. News & World Report, March 24, 1986, v100, p7(1).


Reston, James. A more realistic summit; its goals will be more modest. (second meeting of Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev) (column). New York Times, April 13, 1986, v135, Sun ed, sec 4, col 1, pE25(N) pE25(L).


Wallace, James. In peril: arms pact, summit; there's still time, but superpowers' thrust and parry dim chances. U.S. News & World Report, April 14, 1986, v100, p31(3).


LELYVELD, JOSEPH. ALLIED ANXIETY; ON ARMS CONTROL, EUROPE WOULD PREFER TO SPEAK FOR ITSELF. The New York Times, June 8, 1986, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 4; Page 1, Column 1; Week in Review Desk


HUNTER, ROBERT E. IS REAGAN PULLING A BLUFF WITH SALT II?. Los Angeles Times, June 15, 1986, Sunday, Home Edition, Opinion; Part 5; Page 4; Column 3; Op-Ed Desk.


DOLE, BOB. MOVEMENT ON ARMS CONTROL IS NOT JUST REAGAN'S 'LUCK'. Los Angeles Times, July 29, 1986, Tuesday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 5; Column 1; Op-Ed Desk.


Manning, Robert A. A sudden thaw in the cold war. (arms control talks might resume soon). U.S. News & World Report, June 30, 1986, v100, p8(2).


Cannon, Lou. President will urge post-election summit; praise for Gorbachev's arms proposals. (Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev). Washington Post, July 4 , 1986, v109, Fri ed, col 1, pA26.


GWERTZMAN, BERNARD. REAGAN SAID TO OFFER TO SHARE 'BENEFITS' OF 'STAR WARS' PLAN. The New York Times, August 2, 1986, Saturday, Late City Final Edition, Section 1; Page 4, Column 4; Foreign Desk.


GWERTZMAN, BERNARD. SPEAKING TERMS; Reagan and Gorbachev Tone Down the Rhetoric. The New York Times, August 3, 1986, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 4; Page 1, Column 1; Week in Review Desk.


CONINE, ERNEST. SOVIETS' ECONOMY IS SICK -- AND OURS?; REAGAN'S SMUGNESS AT KREMLIN'S PROBLEMS IS OUT OF PLACE. Los Angeles Times, August 26, 1986, Tuesday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 5; Column 3; Op-Ed Desk.


WEINRAUB, BERNARD. WASHINGTON TALK: The Presidency; Lame Duck? Did Someone Say Lame Duck?. The New York Times, August 28, 1986, Thursday, Late City Final Edition, Section B; Page 10, Column 3; National Desk.


GELB, LESLIE H. DANILOFF AND THE SUMMIT: A NEW TEST FOR REAGAN. The New York Times, September 17, 1986, Wednesday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 10, Column 1; Foreign Desk.


Watson, Russell. A chill in the air; a controversial bargain springs Daniloff from prison; but the affair damages the ability of the superpowers to deal on more important issues. (Nicholas Daniloff). Newsweek, Sept 22, 1986, v108, p20(7).


BOYD, GERALD M. PRESIDENT, AT U.N., VOICES NEW 'HOPE' ON ARMS CONTROL. The New York Times, September 23, 1986, Tuesday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 1, Column 6; Foreign Desk.


Gelb, Leslie H. Keeping score; three major questions for President. (Ronald Reagan-Mikhail Gorbachev meeting). New York Times, Oct 1, 1986, v136, Wed ed, col 4, p1(N) pA1(L).


Kempster, Norman; and Don Shannon. Reagan, Gorbachev to hold talks in Iceland; session seen as preliminary to a summit. (Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev). Los Angeles Times, Oct 1, 1986, v105, Wed ed, sec I, col 6, p1.


SCHMEMANN, SERGE. SUMMIT DIPLOMACY: WHO WON AND WHO LOST; KEEPING SCORE: A LIMITED SUCCESS FOR GORBACHEV. The New York Times, October 1, 1986, Wednesday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 1, Column 4; Foreign Desk.


GORDON, MICHAEL R. SOVIET CALLED UNSURE ON U.S. ARMS AIM. The New York Times, October 3, 1986, Friday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 3, Column 4; Foreign Desk.


CLIFT, ELEANOR. WHITE HOUSE SCALES BACK EXPECTATIONS FOR SUPERPOWER TALKS IN ICELAND. Los Angeles Times, October 4, 1986, Saturday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 9; Column 1; Foreign Desk.


WEINRAUB, BERNARD. U.S. AIDES UPBEAT ON ICELAND TALKS. The New York Times, October 4, 1986, Saturday, Late City Final Edition, Section 1; Page 1, Column 3; National Desk.


Goshko, John M. Iceland seen as dress rehearsal for full summit. (with Mikhail Gorbachev, Ronald Reagan). Washington Post, Oct 2, 1986, v109, Thu ed, col 3, pA18.


GORE, ALBERT, JR. The Elements Of a Deal. The New York Times, October 5, 1986, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 4; Page 21, Column 1; Editorial Desk.


GWERTZMAN, BERNARD. TOWARD THE SUMMIT; En Route ro Reykjavik, Reagan May Have One Eye on History. The New York Times, October 5, 1986, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 4; Page 1, Column 1; Week in Review Desk.


Powers, Thomas. BREAKING THE ICE; WITH DANILOFF DONE, HOW DO WE READ REYKJAVIK?. Los Angeles Times, October 5, 1986, Sunday, Home Edition, Opinion; Part 5; Page 1; Column 1; Opinion Desk.


Church, George J.; DeMott, John S. Summit hopes; arms-control expectations create pressure to solve the Daniloff affair. (includes a related article on the detention of Nicholas S. Daniloff). Time, Oct 6, 1986, v128, p18(4).


CONINE, ERNEST. SHORT-RANGE MISSILES SHOULD BE NEXT ON ARMS AGENDA. Los Angeles Times, October 6, 1986, Monday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 5; Column 1; Op-Ed Desk.


The speech by Reagan on Iceland. (Ronald Reagan; meeting with Mikhail Gorbachev). New York Times, OCT 7, 1986, 136, Tue ed, col 1, pA13(L).


'A base camp before the Summit.' (Ronald Reagan-Mikhail Gorbachev meeting in Iceland) (editorial). Washington Post, Oct 8, 1986, v109, Wed ed, col 1, pA26.


ROBERTS, STEVEN V. WASHINGTON TALK; SUMMIT MEETINGS AS LOCAL POLITICS. Washington Talk; Summit Meetings as Local Politics. The New York Times, October 8, 1986, Wednesday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 32, Column 3; National Desk.


Simes, Dmitri K. There's profit to be had in Iceland; Reagan's in a strong position to soothe critics on all sides. (summit between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev) (column). Los Angeles Times, Oct 8 , 1986, v105, Wed ed, sec II, col 3, p5.


Walcott, John and Frederick Kempe. Summit could ease arms-pact stalemate. (Iceland meeting between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev) (International News). Wall Street Journal, Oct 9, 1986, Thu ed, col 1, p36(W) p38(E).


Eaton, William J. Soviets upbeat in Iceland, drop 'imperialist' charges; seek 'green light' for a full-scale summit. (Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan summit meeting in Reykjavik). Los Angeles Times, Oct 10, 1986, v105, Fri ed, sec 1, col 6 , p1.


TOTH, ROBERT C. PROBLEMS IN AFGHANISTAN, ELSEWHERE COMPLICATE PUSH FOR ARMS CONTROL; REGIONAL ISSUES MAY HAMPER GORBACHEV. Los Angeles Times, October 10, 1986, Friday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 16; Column 1; Foreign Desk.


Garthoff, Ramond L. The ad hoc summit. (Iceland). Los Angeles Times, Oct 12 , 1986, v105, Sun ed, sec V, col 1, p1.


Gwertzman, Bernard 'Core' advisers, 3 or 4 on each side, stay close to Reagan and Gorbachev. (Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev). New York Times, Oct 12, 1986, v136, Sun ed, sec 1, col 1, p10(N) p10(L).


Hoffman, David; Lee, Gary A. Summit progress reported; leaders focus on arms pact; aides attack other issues. (Reykjavik summit). Washington Post, Oct 12 , 1986, v109, Sun ed, col 4, pA1.


Nelson, Jack. 2 expert groups named at summit; Reagan, Gorbachev order panels to confer on arms, other divisive issues. (Mikhail Gorbachev). Los Angeles Times, Oct 12, 1986, v105, Sun ed, sec I, col 5, p1.


Schmemann, Serge. Gorbachev puts Russia's best face forward; a date in Iceland. (Mikhail Gorbachev-Ronald Reagan mini-summit in Iceland). New York Times, Oct 12 , 1986, v136, Sun ed , sec 4, col 1, pE1(N) pE1(L).


Taubman, Philip. Kremlin adviser calls offer on nuclear tests a 'trick.' (Georgi A. Arbatov) (includes related article on Anatoly Dobrynin). New York Times, Oct 12 , 1986, v136, Sun ed, sec 1, col 1, p8(N) p8(L).


Reagan's agenda - beyond arms; a date in Iceland. (Mikhail Gorbachev-Ronald Reagan mini-summit). New York Times, Oct 12, 1986, v136, Sun ed, sec 4, col 3, pE1(N) pE1(L).


Cannon, Lou. Reagan-Gorbachev summit talks collapse as deadlock on SDI wipes out other gains. (Strategic Defense Initiative). Washington Post, Oct 13 , 1986, v109, Mon ed, col 1, pA1.


Church, George J. Iceland cometh; when is a trade not a trade? when a summit is not a summit. (Reagan-Gorbachev meeting). Time, Oct 13, 1986, v128, p26(5).


Duffy, Brian. Big issues at a small summit. (Reykjavik mini-summit meeting). U.S. News & World Report, Oct 13, 1986, v101, p14(4).


Gwertzman, Bernard. Reagan-Gorbachev talks end in stalemate as U.S. rejects demand to curb 'Star Wars'; no U.S. summit date; understanding on many arms issues are left hanging the end. New York Times, Oct 13, 1986, v136, Mon ed, col 6, p1(N) pA1(L).


Kempe, Frederick; Walcott, John. Impasse in Iceland; collapse of the summit over star wars dashes hopes for arms cuts; setback after extended talks is unlikely to influence coming U.S. elections; the last chance for Reagan?. Wall Street Journal, Oct 13 , 1986, Mon ed, col 6, p1(W) p1(E).


Levin, Bob. Thawing out the cold war. (Reykjavik summit). Maclean's, Oct 13, 1986, v99, p28(3).


Nelson, Jack. Summit ends in failure after deadlock on 'star wars' issue; impasse halts progress on arms control. (Reagan and Gorbachev in Iceland). Los Angeles Times, Oct 13 , 1986, v105, Mon ed, sec I, col 6, p1.


Watson, Russell. Here we go again; Reagan's advisers are charting a game plan for Reykjavik. An insider's view of what it says. Newsweek, Oct 13, 1986, v108, p24(5).


APPLE, R. W., Jr. SUMMIT AFTERMATH: CAMPAIGN HOPES AND SPACE RESEARCH; POLITICIANS SAY G.O.P. HAS LOST A CAMPAIGN PLUM. The New York Times, October 14, 1986, Tuesday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 13, Column 1; National Desk.


DISAPPOINTMENT IS EXPRESSED IN WORLD CAPITALS OVER ICELAND TALKS, BUT ALSO HOPE. The New York Times, October 14, 1986, Tuesday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 12, Column 1; Foreign Desk.


GWERTZMAN, BERNARD. THE ROAD AHEAD; EACH SIDE BLAMES OTHER FOR FAILURE, BUT MEETING MAY STILL YIELD SUCCESS. The New York Times, October 14, 1986, Tuesday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 11, Column 5; Foreign Desk.


Reykjavik: what might have been. (Reagan-Gorbachev summit). Washington Post, Oct 14 , 1986, v109, Tue ed, col 1, pA1.


Weinraub, Bernard. In Iceland: how grim ending followed hard-won gains. (U.S. government officials describe summit). New York Times, Oct 14, 1986, v136, Tue ed, col 5, p1(N) pA1(L).


Lee, Gary A. Gorbachev blames Reagan; Soviet leader says U.S. didn't offer anything new. (Mikhail Gorbachev, Ronald Reagan, Reykjavik summit). Washington Post, Oct 15 , 1986, v109, Wed ed, col 3, pA1.


Hoffman, David. Iceland talks: one word chills hope; summit spawned startling concessions before final deadlock. Washington Post, Oct 19 , 1986, v109, Sun ed, col 1, pA1.


Chaze, William L. Fire-and-ice summit. (Iceland summit meeting). U.S. News & World Report, Oct 20, 1986, v101, p14(2).


Daniels, Robert V. The politics of summitry. (international relations). The New Leader, Oct 20, 1986, v69, p6(4).


Talbott, Strobe. Of all people; pursuing the paramount impulse. (Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev Reykjavik summit meeting). Time, Oct 20, 1986, v128, p16(2).


GWERTZMAN, BERNARD. SECOND THOUGHTS; THE OFFICIAL VIEW ON ICELAND IS STILL CHILLY, BUT THAWING. The New York Times, October 19, 1986, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 4; Page 1, Column 1; Week in Review Desk.


Watson, Russell. Deadlock in Iceland. (The Iceland Summit). Newsweek, Oct 20, 1986, v108, p20(5).


Lamar, Jacob V., Jr.; Stengel, Richard. When to hold 'em - and to fold 'em; did the President play his cards right at the summit? (Reykjavik summit meeting; includes article on Soviet motivation for arms control proposal). Time, Oct 27, 1986, v128, p28(2).


Watson, Russell. Can a deal still be cut? Putting the best face on the summit, Washington seeks a Star Wars compromise. Newsweek, Oct 27, 1986, v108, p18(5).


Brzezinski, Zbigniew. After Reykjavik: what Reagan should do. (after summit meeting) (column). U.S. News & World Report, Nov 3, 1986, v101, p31(2).


Icelandic blues: behind us. (Reykjavik summit meeting) (column). National Review, Nov 7, 1986, v38, p16(2).


NUCLEAR ROLLER COASTER. Los Angeles Times, November 9, 1986, Sunday, Home Edition, Opinion; Part 5; Page 4; Column 1; Editorial Writers Desk.


Crozier, Brian. Summitry primer. (United States and Soviet Union). National Review, Nov 21, 1986, v38, p26(2).


AP, WASHINGTON. REAGAN CAN'T GRASP DETAILS OF ARMS TALKS, ASPIN SAYS. Los Angeles Times, November 24, 1986, Monday, Late Final Edition, Part 1; Page 2; Column 1; Late Final Desk.


Abramson, Rudy. Soviets accused of 'perverting' summit process. (Ronald Reagan-Mikhail Gorbachev summit in Reykjavik). Los Angeles Times, Dec 4, 1986, v106, sec I, col 1, p6.


MARSHALL, TYLER. EUROPE SEES U.S. FOREIGN POLICY AS OUT OF CONTROL. Los Angeles Times, December 4, 1986, Thursday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 23; Column 1; National Desk.


1987


CONINE, ERNEST. A PRESIDENTIAL SALVAGE JOB AWAITS; REAGAN'S NEXT TWO YEARS COULD UNDO PROGRESS OF THE FIRST SIX. Los Angeles Times, January 5, 1987, Monday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 5; Column 3; Op-Ed Desk.


Bethell, Tom. PUT PRINCIPLE BEFORE LOYALTY; BACKING REAGAN COME-WHAT-MAY HURTS CONSERVATIVE CAUSE. Los Angeles Times, March 3, 1987, Tuesday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 5; Column 3; Op-Ed Desk.


MEHREN, ELIZABETH and BETTY CUNIBERTI. EMERGENCE AS STRATEGIST COULD LEAD TO BACKLASH; FIRST LADY TAKING OVER A POLITICAL ROLE. Los Angeles Times, March 4, 1987, Wednesday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 1; Column 4; National Desk.


HUNTER, ROBERT E. CHECK THE TEETH IN GORBACHEV'S GIFT HORSE. Los Angeles Times, March 5, 1987, Thursday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 5; Column 1; Op-Ed Desk.


McMANUS, DOYLE. ADMINISTRATION SPURNS NIXON, KISSINGER VIEW. Los Angeles Times, April 27, 1987, Monday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 1; Column 5; Foreign Desk.


Trewhitt, Henry. Testing time for Shultz; he looks to arms control to burnish Reagan's record. (George P. Shultz). U.S. News & World Report, May 11, 1987, v102, p14(3).


Trewhitt, Henry. European drift: this time the wolf is at the door. (European countries resist the superpowers). U.S. News & World Report, June 22, 1987, v102, p22(3).


Leventhal, Paul L. and Milton M. Hoenig. The Tritium Factor. The New York Times, August 4, 1987, Tuesday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 23, Column 2; Editorial Desk.


LONGSTRETH, THOMAS K. and JOHN E. PIKE. INF AGREEMENT COULD TAKE EYES OFF THE BIGGER PRIZE. Los Angeles Times, August 4, 1987, Tuesday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 5; Column 1; Op-Ed Desk.


ROBERTS, STEVEN V. WASHINGTON TALK; Reagan and the Russians: The Joke's on Them. The New York Times, August 21, 1987, Friday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 1, Column 4; National Desk.


GERSTENZANG, JAMES. MUST RECOVER POPULARITY; AIDES DEBATING BEST ROLE FOR REAGAN IN 1988 RACE. Los Angeles Times, September 4, 1987, Friday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 1; Column 1; National Desk.


KEMPSTER, NORMAN. U.S.-SOVIET SUMMIT EXPECTED BY LATE NOVEMBER. Los Angeles Times, September 10, 1987, Thursday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 6; Column 1; Foreign Desk.


BRODER, JOHN M. and ERIC LICHTBLAU. U.S.-SOVIET AGREEMENT FACES BATTLE FOR RATIFICATION, SENATORS PREDICT. Los Angeles Times, September 19, 1987, Saturday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 8; Column 1; Foreign Desk.


TOTH, ROBERT C. ANALYSIS; RHETORICAL OVERKILL MARKS END OF WASHINGTON TALKS. Los Angeles Times, September 19, 1987, Saturday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 1; Column 5; Foreign Desk.


CONINE, ERNEST. TALKS NEEDED ON CONVENTIONAL FORCES. Talks Needed on Conventional Forces. Los Angeles Times, October 5, 1987, Monday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 7; Column 3; Op-Ed Desk.


Watson, Russell. Waiting for Gorbachev; a summit may be the only hope for reviving Reagan's presidency. (Mikhail Gorbachev; Venice Economic Summit). Newsweek, June 22, 1987, v109, p18(2).


Aaron, David. VERIFICATION: WILL IT WORK?. The New York Times, October 11, 1987, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 6; Page 37, Column 1; Magazine Desk.


APPLE, R. W., Jr. A President Set Back. The New York Times, October 24, 1987, Saturday, Late City Final Edition, Section 1; Page 1, Column 5; Foreign Desk.


Tass Account of Talks in Moscow. The New York Times, October 24, 1987, Saturday, Late City Final Edition, Section 1; Page 7, Column 4; Foreign Desk.


Trewhitt, Henry. A superpowers' October surprise. (Russians tie arms control to Strategic Defense Initiative). U.S. News & World Report, Nov 2, 1987, v103, p36(2).


NELSON, JACK. MISSILE PACT FACES BIG HURDLES, ADELMAN SAYS. Missile Pact Faces Big Hurdles, Adelman Says. Los Angeles Times, November 3, 1987, Tuesday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 6; Column 1; Foreign Desk.


GOLDMAN, MARSHALL I. A PREVIEW OF COMING ATTRACTIONS; WITH CONSERVATIVES ON THE ATTACK, CAN GORBACHEV HANG ON?. Los Angeles Times, November 19, 1987, Thursday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 9; Column 3; Op-Ed Desk.


Carmody, John. THE TV COLUMN, NBC Lands Gorbachev Interview. The Washington Post, November 24, 1987, Tuesday, Final Edition, STYLE; PAGE D1.


Brinkley, Joel. Aides say Reagan is briefed for talks; the stress is on his summit experience. (Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev summit meeting). New York Times, Nov 28, 1987, v137, Sat ed, col 1, p6(N) p6(L).


GETLIN, JOSH. TWO OBJECTIVES HE LONG OPPOSED; REAGAN TO LOBBY INTENSELY FOR ARMS PACT, DEFICIT CUTS. Los Angeles Times, November 29, 1987, Sunday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 1; Column 5; National Desk.


Roberts, Steven V. Political Memo; Is the President in Favor Of a Bush Nomination?. The New York Times, December 1, 1987, Tuesday, Late City Final Edition, Section B; Page 24, Column 1; National Desk.


BALZAR, JOHN. GOP CANDIDATES SPLIT BY PROPOSED NUCLEAR ARMS TREATY. Los Angeles Times, December 1, 1987, Tuesday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 16; Column 1; National Desk.


ROBERTS, STEVEN V. WASHINGTON TALK: THE PRESIDENCY; How the Music Slows as the Last Dance Nears. The New York Times, December 2, 1987, Wednesday, Late City Final Edition, Section B; Page 10, Column 3; National Desk.


Times Wire Services, WASHINGTON. CONSERVATIVES FIRE BACK AT REAGAN; SEN. DOLE JOINS IN; ANTI-SOVIET BLOC TARGETS ARMS PACT. Los Angeles Times, December 4, 1987, Friday, Late Final Edition, Part 1; Page 1; Column 5; Late Final Desk.


DIONNE, E. J., Jr., Arms Pact Has Major Effect on Presidential Race. The New York Times, December 6, 1987, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 1; Part 1, Page 1, Column 4; National Desk.


Garthoff, Raymond L. M. GOBACHEV GOES TO WASHINGTON. Los Angeles Times, December 6, 1987, Sunday, Home Edition, Opinion; Part 5; Page 1; Column 1; Opinion Desk.


Gordon, Michael R. 'Star Wars' curbs not summit issue, Soviet aides hint; I.N.F. pact gets priority; Russians give no indication they've dropped demand for a limit on testing. (summit meeting between Mikhail Gorbachev, Ronald Reagan; nuclear ballistic missiles). New York Times, Dec 6, 1987, v137, Sun ed, sec 1, col 6, p1(N) p1(L).


Church, George J. The odd couple; will Reagan and Gorbachev come with a surprise or two? (Washington, D.C. Summit, includes related article on arms control verification by Russians in Utah). Time, Dec 7, 1987, v130, n23, p14(3).


Walsh, Kenneth T. Next attraction: the Gipper and Gorby show. (Reagan and Gorbachev at the summit). U.S. News & World Report, Dec 7, 1987, v103, n23, p14(2).


CONINE, ERNEST. THE REPUBLICAN RIGHT IS WRONG; IT'LL PAY AT THE POLLS FOR BELITTLING REAGAN'S ACHIEVEMENT. Los Angeles Times, December 8, 1987, Tuesday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 7; Column 3; Op-Ed Desk.


ROBERTS, PAUL CRAIG. DON'T TEMPT REAGAN TO GILD HIS LAST YEAR. Los Angeles Times, December 8, 1987, Tuesday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 7; Column 3; Op-Ed Desk.


Text of leaders' remarks; Mikhail Gorbachev, Ronald Reagan. (on the eve of the summit meeting) (transcript). Washington Post, Dec 8 , 1987, v111, Tue ed, col 5, pA31.


Thatcher, Gary. Superpower leaders want results this time. (Washington summit; Ronald Reagan-Mikhail Gorbachev). Christian Science Monitor, Dec 8, 1987, v80, n9, Tue ed, col 3, p1.


ABRAMSON, RUDY. THE WASHINGTON SUMMIT; BUT SEEDS WERE PLANTED AT GLASSBORO IN '67; TALKS AT TOP: RISKY VENTURES. Los Angeles Times, December 9, 1987, Wednesday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 25; Column 1; Foreign Desk.


After the signing: 'persevering' and 'history.' (addresses by Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev after signing the missile treaty) (The Summit) (transcript). New York Times, Dec 9, 1987, v137, Wed ed, col 1, p8(N) pQ22(L).


Cannon, Lou; Oberdorfer, Don. Reagan, Gorbachev sign nuclear missile treaty; leaders pledge progress on cutting strategic arms. Washington Post, Dec 9, 1987, v111, Wed ed, col 5, pA1.


DOWD, MAUREEN. THE SUMMIT; Reporter's Notebook: Schedule? What Schedule?. The New York Times, December 9, 1987, Wednesday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 21, Column 3; Foreign Desk.


Remmick, David. Gorbachev: 'light a fire' for U.S.-Soviet rapport; Soviet strikes populist tone in embassy speech. (includes excerpts of Reagan's and Gorbachev's speeches) (transcript). Washington Post, Dec 9 , 1987, v111, Wed ed, col 1, pA1.


Shipler, David S. Reagan and Gorbachev sign missile treaty and vow to work for greater reductions; mood of warmth; as summit talks begin, the attention shifts to strategic arms. (the Summit). New York Times, Dec 9, 1987, v137, Wed ed, col 6, p1(N) pA1(L).


Apple, R.W., Jr. 2 leaders discuss long-range arms and Afghan war; an air of optimism, but some officials warn that the talks are still delicately poised. (Ronald Reagan, Michael Gorbachev) (The Summit). New York Times, Dec 10 , 1987 v137, Thu ed, col 6, p1(N) pA1(L).


Gerstenzang, James. 'Ron, Mikhail' more friendly than in past. (Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev). Los Angeles Times, Dec 10, 1987, v107, Thu ed, sec I, col 1, p1.


Nelson, Jack; Gerstenzang, James. Progress is slow on Afghan, arms issues; Reagan, Gorbachev to resume talks on final day; aides work through the night. (Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev). Los Angeles Times, Dec 10, 1987, v107, Thu ed , sec I , col 1 , p1.


Two leaders meet. Two hearts also? (Mikhail Gorbachev, Ronald Reagan) (editorial). New York Times, Dec 10, 1987, v137, Thu ed, col 1, p30(N) pA30(L).


WATTENBERG, BEN. AREN'T THE SOVIETS STILL EXPANSIONIST AT HEART? NO, SAYS RONALD REAGAN. Los Angeles Times, December 10, 1987, Thursday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 11; Column 1; Op-Ed Desk.


Exchange of farewells: 'common ground' and 'justified hopes.' (Mikhail Gorbachev, Ronald Reagan speak) (The Summit) (transcript). New York Times, Dec 11 , 1987, v137, Fri ed, col 2, p10(N) pA22(L).


Two leaders. (Mikhail Gorbachev, Ronald Reagan) (editorial). Christian Science Monitor, Dec 11, 1987, v80, n12, Fri ed, col 1, p15.


Apple, R.W. But tougher issues await a new round. (arms control). New York Times, Dec 13, 1987, v137, Sun ed, sec 4, col 1, pE1(N) pE1(L).


Isaacson, Walter. We meet again; why all the world loves a summit. (Washington, D.C. Summit Meeting, 1987). Time, Dec 14, 1987, v130, n24, p16(2).


MacFarquhar, Emily. Putting the right men in the right place. (1987 Washington Summit). U.S. News & World Report, Dec 14, 1987, v103, n24, p22(3).


DIONNE, E. J., Jr., Bush Is Hoping To Cut Damage Of Arms Memo. The New York Times, December 19, 1987, Saturday, Late City Final Edition, Section 1; Page 32, Column 1; National Desk.


Mandelbaum, Michael. Superpowers in sync. (at Washington Summit). U.S. News & World Report, Dec 21, 1987, v103, n25, p22(4).


McLoughlin, Merrill. Gorbachev's tour de force. (at the Washington Summit). U.S. News & World Report, Dec 21, 1987, v103, n25, p33(5).


Sancton, Thomas A. The spirit of Washington; with big smiles and some frustrations, detente makes a comeback. (Washington, D.C. Summit Meeting, 1987, Soviet-US relations, includes related articles). Time, Dec 21, 1987, v130, n25, p16(6).


Thomas, Evan. 'The last chance we have' (Mikhail Gorbachev quoted at Ronald Reagan dinner party at White House). Newsweek, Dec 21, 1987, v110, n25, p14(2).


Watson, Russell. Behind all the smiles; the summit was tougher than it looked on TV, but the two leaders did inch ahead on arms control. (Mikhail Gorbachev, Ronald Reagan , Washington, D.C. Summit Meeting, 1987). Newsweek, Dec 21, 1987, v110, n25, p16(7).


But will we still love him tomorrow? (Mikhail Gorbachev after Washington Summit). U.S. News & World Report, Dec 21, 1987 v103, n25, p20(2).


Sidey, Hugh. Reagan on Gorbachev: "We can get along." (Washington, D.C. Summit Meeting, 1987) (column). Time, Dec 28, 1987, v130, n26, p22(1).


1988


Medvedev, Roy. A RESOLUTION FOR THE WORLD. Los Angeles Times, January 3, 1988, Sunday, Home Edition, Opinion; Part 5; Page 1; Column 1; Opinion Desk.


HUNTER, ROBERT E. CHANGING ROLES FOR MILITARY POWER; U.S. AND SOVIETS MUST REDESIGN FORCES TO FACE NEW CHALLENGES. Los Angeles Times, January 5, 1988, Tuesday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 7; Column 3; Op-Ed Desk.


ROBERTS, STEVEN V. WASHINGTON TALK: THE PRESIDENCY; Waning Days Cast New Glow Over White House. The New York Times, January 29, 1988, Friday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 14, Column 3; National Desk.


Visit of General Gorbachev of the Soviet Union. (remarks of Ronald Reagan, George P. Shultz, Mikhail Gorbachev, etc.) (The Washington Summit) (transcript). Department of State Bulletin, Feb, 1988, v88, n2131, pCOV(22).


MORRIS, ROGER. WILL GORBACHEV SHOW GOOD FAITH AND RESTRAIN NICARAGUA?. Los Angeles Times, February 5, 1988, Friday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 9; Column 3; Op-Ed Desk.


MARKHAM, JAMES M. FOR NATO, REASSURANCE; Nuclear Deterrence Affirmed by Reagan. The New York Times, March 4, 1988, Friday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 6, Column 1; Foreign Desk.


SHIPLER, DAVID K. Reagan goes to Moscow May 29. St. Petersburg Times (Florida), March 24, 1988, Thursday, City Edition, NATIONAL; Pg. 1A.


SHIPLER, DAVID K. The Next Superpower Summit May Be Unrehearsed. The New York Times, March 27, 1988, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 4; Page 3, Column 1; Week in Review Desk.


Church, George J. The road to Moscow. (planning the Moscow summit meeting between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev). Time, April 4, 1988, v131, n14, p18(3).


LAKE, ANTHONY. Reagan Disproves A Lame-Duck Myth. The New York Times, April 24, 1988, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 4; Page 25, Column 1; Editorial Desk.


RASKY, SUSAN F. Senate Begins Debate on Missile Treaty. The New York Times, May 18, 1988, Wednesday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 3, Column 4; Foreign Desk.


HOUGH, JERRY F. WE'RE FAR FROM A SUMMIT WORTH CELEBRATING. Los Angeles Times, May 20, 1988, Friday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 7; Column 2; Op-Ed Desk.


Saikowski, Charlotte. Mutual stakes in a successful summit. (Moscow Summit, 1988). Christian Science Monitor, May 23, 1988, v80, n124, Mon ed, col 1, p3.


Gumbel, Peter. Reagan's visit is a side topic in Soviet Union: interest in weekend summit is overshadowed by talk of June's Party meeting. (Ronald Reagan; Communist Party conference) (International News). Wall Street Journal, May 24, 1988, Tue ed, col 1, p31(W) p35(E).


ULAM, ADAM B. WHAT'S BEHIND THIS AMAZING TURN?; PERESTROIKA, BUT ALSO REAGAN'S TENACITY, READINESS TO NEGOTIATE. Los Angeles Times, May 25, 1988, Wednesday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 7; Column 3; Op-Ed Desk.


HUNTER, ROBERT E. ARMS CONTROL, NOW LESS CENTRAL, DEMANDS SHREWDNESS. Los Angeles Times, May 26, 1988, Thursday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 11; Column 2; Op-Ed Desk.


***RABIN, JEFFREY L. TWO CANDIDATES TIE RACE FOR CONGRESS TO REAGAN COATTAILS; FORMER AIDE LITTLEFAIR CASTS HIS SIGHTS ON BIGGER FISH. Los Angeles Times, May 26, 1988, Thursday, South Bay Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 12; Column 1.


GAFFNEY, FRANK J., JR., BEWARE A START FRAMEWORK; UNSOUND STEPS TAKEN IN SUMMIT HASTE MAY NOT BE RECTIFIED. Los Angeles Times, May 27, 1988, Friday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 7; Column 1; Op-Ed Desk.


GERARD, JEREMY. For TV Mammoths, Chasing a Mouse in Moscow. The New York Times, May 27, 1988, Friday, Late City Final Edition, Section C; Page 30, Column 3; Cultural Desk.


Roberts, Steven V. President challenges Gorbachev to improve human rights record. (Mikhail Gorbachev). New York Times, May 28, 1988, v137, Sat ed, col 4, p1(N) p1(L).


SHIPLER, DAVID K. TWO JOURNEYS; REAGAN'S EVOLUTION: A CHANGE OF HEART AS WELL AS TATICS?. The New York Times, May 29, 1988, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 4; Page 1, Column 1; Week in Review Desk.


And now for the 'photo-op summit'. (Moscow meeting of Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev). U.S. News & World Report, May 30, 1988, v104, n21, p8(2).


MORRIS, ROGER. REAGAN'S PASSAGE IS WORLD'S AND OURS; COLD WAR HURT BOTH SUPERPOWERS; NOW IT'S BEST LEFT BEHIND. Los Angeles Times, May 30, 1988, Monday, Home Edition, Metro; Part 2; Page 7; Column 1; Op-Ed Desk.


Nelson, Jack; Parks, Michael. Upbeat summit stresses rights; Reagan, Gorbachev talks called friendly, productive by both sides. (Moscow Summit). Los Angeles Times, May 30, 1988, v107, Mon ed, sec I, col 5, p1.


Reuters, MOSCOW. AS TALKS OPEN, PROTESTERS HAVE THEIR SAY. Los Angeles Times, May 30, 1988, Monday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 11; Column 4; Foreign Desk.


Roberts, Steven V. Reagan and Gorbachev begin summit parley in the Kremlin; 'strike sparks' on rights issue; cordiality fades; Soviet leader annoyed president even raised religion, migration. (Moscow summit; first meeting between Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev). New York Times, May 30, 1988, v137, Mon ed, col 6, p1(N) p1(L).


Toth, Robert C. Reagan widening of rights issues could cause friction. (human rights in the Soviet Union; Moscow Summit). Los Angeles Times, May 30, 1988, v107, Mon ed, sec I, col 5, p1.


Washington Post, MOSCOW. PRESIDENT IS A PROVERB-IAL STORYTELLER WITH RUSSIANS. Los Angeles Times, May 30, 1988, Monday, Southland Edition, Part 1; Page 14; Column 1; Foreign Desk.


KELLER, BILL. Moscow Summit: Looking for the Good News; Reporter's Notebook; For Soviet Journalists, Finding the Right Angle Was Never This Rough. The New York Times, May 31, 1988, Tuesday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 12, Column 1; Foreign Desk.


Nelson, Jack; Gerstenzang, James. Progress reported on strategic arms issues; no breakthrough yet on START but Gorbachev is 'ready to sign' before Reagan leaves office. (Strategic Arms Reduction Talks; Moscow Summit). Los Angeles Times, May 31, 1988, v107, Tue ed, sec I, col 3, p1.


Goodman, Walter. MOSCOW SUMMIT: Review/Television; Summit Coverage: Is Camera Turning Cruel?. The New York Times, June 2, 1988, Thursday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 18, Column 4; Foreign Desk.


RAINES, HOWELL. THATCHER SALUTE TO REAGAN YEARS. The New York Times, June 2, 1988, Thursday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 9, Column 1; Foreign Desk.


Reuters, MOSCOW. MOSCOW SUMMIT; Joint Document: 'Realistic Approach' to Reducing Nuclear Risk. The New York Times, June 2, 1988, Thursday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 17, Column 1; Foreign Desk.


ROSENTHAL, ANDREW. SUMMIT AFTERMATH; From a Beauty Shop: A 'Fantastic' Summit. The New York Times, June 3, 1988, Friday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 10, Column 1; Foreign Desk.


Levine, Art. The Devil in Gorbachev; Would Congress Balk at Deals With the Antichrist?. The Washington Post, June 5, 1988, Sunday, Final Edition, OUTLOOK; PAGE C1.


Trewhitt, Henry. A common coming of age in superpower summitry. (Moscow Summit, 1988). U.S. News & World Report, June 6, 1988, v104, n22, p16(3).


Marlow, Shirley. NEWSMAKERS: BATTLE FOR 2 BLACK HEROES PUSHED. Los Angeles Times, June 9, 1988, Thursday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 2; Column 1; National Desk.


Medvedev, Roy. Leading man in Moscow: warmly received on the road. (Moscow Summit). Los Angeles Times, June 12, 1988, v107, Sun ed, sec V, col 1 , p1.


Behind the scenes in Moscow. (Moscow Summit 1988). Time, June 13, 1988, v131, n24, p27(1).


Wilson-Smith, Anthony. Farewell to the "evil empire." (Moscow summit 1988). Maclean's, June 13, 1988, v101, n25, p16(4).


Holbrooke, Richard C. For Whom the Kremlin Bell Tolls. The New York Times, June 27, 1988, Monday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 19, Column 1; Editorial Desk.


Crozier, Brian. Summit semantics. (Moscow Summit). National Review, July 8, 1988, v40, n13, p22(1).


BUTTERFIELD, FOX. Talks to End the War in Angola Are Resumed on Governors Island. The New York Times, July 12, 1988, Tuesday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 6, Column 1; Foreign Desk.


FREEDMAN, LAWRENCE. IN SEARCH OF THE GRAND COMPROMISE. The New York Times, November 6, 1988, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 7; Page 1, Column 1; Book Review Desk.


Haig, Alexander M., Jr. Haunted By a Vienna Summit Meeting. The New York Times, December 5, 1988, Monday, Late City Final Edition, Section A; Page 23, Column 2; Editorial Desk.


LAUTER, DAVID and DOYLE McMANUS. DESPITE ROLE AS UNDERSTUDY, BUSH WILL BE A SUMMIT STAR. Los Angeles Times, December 5, 1988, Monday, Home Edition, Part 1; Page 1; Column 3; Foreign Desk.


Freedman, Lawrence. In Search of The Grand Compromise. The New York Times, November 6, 1988, Sunday, Late City Final Edition, Section 7; Page 1, Column 1; Book Review Desk.


Constable, Pamela. SOVIET LEADER IN NEW YORK; Gorbachev lands in N.Y., voices optimism on ties. The Boston Globe, December 7, 1988, Wednesday, City Edition, NATIONAL/FOREIGN; Pg. 1.


Times Wire Services, NEW YORK. GORBACHEV TO CUT TROOPS; MEETS REAGAN, BUSH AFTER TELLING U.N. OF 500,000 REDUCTION; FRIENDLY FAREWELLS BY 2 WORLD LEADERS. Los Angeles Times, December 7, 1988, Wednesday, Late Final Edition, Part 1; Page 1; Column 5; Late Final Desk.