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Towards an United Europe (?)
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An United Europe (?) Growing links between East and West Détente (early 1970s) Lessening of U.S./Soviet tensions Fewer restraints on East/West interactions
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An United Europe (?) Growing links between East and West Détente West Germany and East Germany Ostpolitik (Eastern Policy) Initiated by W. Germany Recognizes E. Germany Begins economic, cultural connections
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An United Europe (?) Growing links between East and West Détente Helsinki Accords (1975) Soviet Union/U.S. acknowledge East/West division Economic/cultural interactions Recognition of human rights issues
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An United Europe (?) Growing links between East and West Détente Ends with Soviet invasion of Afghanistan (1979) Intensification of Cold War in 1980s Status of East/West relations?
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An United Europe (?) Growing links between East and West Collapse of the Soviet Union Severe economic problems Corruption/cynicism Leadership crisis
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