THE SUMMIT: GORBACHEV INTERVIEW
On the eve of his meeting with George Bush, the embattled Soviet President expresses hope for his country, anger at his critics, advice for foreign leaders and supreme confidence in himself. He clearly sees himself as the leader of a new Russian Revolution and a visionary for the end of the century.
THE SUMMIT: A SUPERPOWER DEAL
Behind the Sandinistas' stunning election loss in Nicaragua is the secret story of U.S.-Soviet partnership in Central America. George Bush may lack Mikhail Gorbachev's grand vision, but he and his advisers proved their mastery of creative diplomacy.