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N. 8 – Spring 1990

Moving Targets
A conversation with Vicomte Etienne Davignon
Journal à plusieurs voix
Pierre Muller
Heinz Michaels
Editor’s Note
Up from the Protectorate – The Wall and the Moat
The Future of Neo-conservatism – Fragments of Reunification
Fuel to the fire
Yuri P. Davydov and Dmitri V. Trenin
To Be Continued…
Ghassan Salamé
Background File
A Conversation with Alexander Zinoviev
The polyglot’s shelf
La France face au Sud(Federica Lolli-Ghetti)
Die Deutschen in ihrem Jahrhundert, 1890-1990(Werner Weidenfeld)
La Saint-Siège dans le relations internationales(Christian Mellon)
Machtprobe. Die USA un die Sowjetunion in den achtziger Jahren(Josef Janning)
Reagan. Une biographie totale(Sergio Fabbrini)

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