This week marks the 30th anniversary of the Reagan-Gorbachev Summit held in Geneva in November of 1985, the first meeting of the leaders of the world’s then two superpowers.  Although the meetings were contentious and were marked by sharp exchanges, it also began a special relationship between Reagan and Gorby that lasted until Reagan’s passing in 1994 (Gorbachev attended his funeral).

My account of the preparations for, the conduct of, and the aftermath of that Summit, which I describe as the “Turning Point in the Cold War”, is attached.




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