Article abstract: After four decades of competition and confrontation between the two superpowers, President George Bush and President Boris Yeltsin issued a formal statement of principles declaring the end of the Cold War and the beginning of a new relationship.
The Camp David Declaration
U.S. president George Bush and Russian president Boris Yeltsin conferred at the presidential retreat at Camp David, Maryland, on February 1, 1992. Following their businesslike discussions, the two leaders approved and signed a declaration of principles outlining the...
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