Expulsions of Soviets worldwide, 1983

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Published by U.S. Dept. of State in Washington, D.C .

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Subjects:

  • Deportation -- Soviet Union,
  • Soviet Union -- Officials and employees

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SeriesForeign affairs note
ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of State
The Physical Object
Pagination5 p. :
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Open LibraryOL14228222M

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EXPULSIONS OF SOVIET OFFICIALS WORLDWIDE, January An informal research study for background information The expulsion of Soviet representatives from foreign coun-tries continued throughout Based on publicly available information, 49 Soviet officials were expelled worldwide.

World. Today’s PaperSection A, Page 1 Buy Reprints. services of the Soviet Union,'' said in a statement that the gravity and extent of their activities justified immediate expulsion. The Federal Bureau of Investigation yesterday announced the expulsion of three Soviet diplomats as spies.

One was a military attache at the Soviet Embassy who was reportedly caught in. Reagan, Andropov and a World on the Brink. By Taylor Capo Press; pages; $ Little, Brown; £ THE Cuban Missile Crisis of was terrifying, but at least both.

Population transfer in the Soviet Union was the forced transfer of various groups from the s up to the s ordered by Joseph may be classified into the following broad categories: deportations. Downing has authored a book, Reagan, Andropov, and a World on the Brink (New York: Da Capo Press, ) based on these interviews.

The latest available evidence shows that. An informal research study for background information According to public accounts, host governments in Africa, Europe, and South Asia expelled 19 Soviets for inappropriate activities duringa sharp.

New book describes how the American war game Able Archer 83 put Soviets on high alert at the height of the Cold War era. How the world reached the brink of nuclear war not once but twice in EXPULSIONS OF SOVIET OFFICIALS WORLDWIDE, January An informal research study for background information The expulsions of Soviet representatives from foreign countries.

The Repatriation of Cossacks occurred when Cossacks, ethnic Russians and Ukrainians who were against the Soviet Union were handed over by British and American forces to the Soviet Union after the Second World.

The evacuation of East Prussia was the movement of German civilian population and military personnel from East Prussia between 20 January and Marchthat was initially organized and carried out by state authorities but quickly turned into a chaotic flight from the Red Army.

A part of the evacuation of German civilians towards the end of World. If one adds the recent expulsion of 18 Soviets from Iran, the world total of Soviet citizens expelled from foreign countries comes to Most of the expulsions occurred within a matter of a few.

World War III is a miniseries that aired on the NBC network television on Janu the Soviets launch a secret incursion into Alaska. Its publication by Pocket Books anticipated the. In all, the rapid-fire series of tit-for-tat expulsions involved a total of 10 American and 80 Soviet diplomats--including 25 Soviets attached to the Kremlin’s U.N.

Mission in New York. It is the latest in a series of tit-for-tat expulsions of Soviets and their Western counterparts throughout the world. Last week, the US announced three Soviets were asked to leave (see Page 1). But in O’Keeffe’s office inthe exchange with Embassy official Mikhail Sobolev was exceptional for another reason other than the expulsion being a first with Soviet Union.

The Interagency Active Measures Working Group was a group led by the United States Department of State and later by the United States Information Agency (USIA). The group was formed early during. The expulsion of 47 Soviet diplomats and journalists proves the Socialist gIvernment has not become the 'soft-bellied' link in the western alliance, a.

During World War II, the Soviets undertook inter­nal expulsions, forcing eight different ethnic groups, including the Crimean Tatars, from their homes in the Soviet Union’s western part. 36 years ago today, one man saved us from world-ending nuclear war On SeptemStanislav Petrov saved the world.

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1 (April ), 6– Expulsions of Soviet Officials Worldwide, Foreign Affairs Note. January Soviet Active Measures: Focus on Forgeries. Foreign Affairs Note. April The World. Fifteen of the 18 Soviet diplomats ordered to leave Iran left here today amid chants of ''Death to the Soviets!'' and ''God is great!'' from militants at the airport.

The only other Australian expulsion of a Soviet diplomat was in and the Soviets retaliated by expelling an Australian official in Moscow. Australia warned yesterday that any retaliation. FACT: Inunder contract to ABC Nightline, we invited Roger Fisher, director of the Harvard Negotiation Project, to return with us to assess the chances of getting the Soviets to leave.

A version of the declaration, updated in at the WPA meeting in Vienna, Austria, is posted on the WPA Web site (see end of article).

As reported by Robert van Voren in his new book, Cold War in Psychiatry: Human Factors, Secret Actors, a resolution by the British delegation censuring the Soviets. In France expelled 47 Russians. But in those cases, and in many others, the Soviet retaliation was muted.

Moscow expelled 18 Britons in reply inand took no action against France. The Soviet Union on Saturday ordered the expulsion of 25 British Embassy staffers, journalists and businessmen in retaliation for Britain's expulsion two days earlier of 25 Soviet citizens accused.

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Craig A. Daigle, in the Middle East Review of International Affairs (MERIA)(March ): The decision by Egyptian President Anwar al-Sadat to remove the Soviet military presence from his country. World. All World.

Africa. Americas. Soviets blast French expulsion of officials April 7, The assumption is that the Soviets will order out a number of French officials soon. The Soviets withdrew from the world organization in to avoid almost certain expulsion because of widespread charges of psychiatric abuse.

The society, formally known as the. On Apasking if the Soviets were planning to start a nuclear war. writing a book and even landing a role on an American television series. In FebruaryYuri Andropov.

The expulsions this weekend were described here as the most serious taken against Soviet personnel by France sincewhen 47 Soviet diplomats and citizens at the United Nations .

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