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13. lappuse - East to establish and maintain contacts with the States concerned in order to promote agreement and assist efforts to achieve a peaceful and accepted settlement in accordance with the provisions and principles in this resolution; 4.
7. lappuse - Finally, in the same article we read that "the sovereignty of each socialist country cannot be opposed to the interests of the world of socialism, of the world revolutionary movement".
13. lappuse - Certainly troops must be withdrawn, but there must also be recognized rights of national life, progress in solving the refugee problem, freedom of innocent maritime passage, limitation of the arms race, and respect for political independence and territorial integrity.
9. lappuse - Germany; (2) if, despite this, the Soviet Union or other Warsaw Pact members should intervene by force unilaterally in the Federal Republic of Germany, that act would lead to an immediate Allied response in the form of self-defense measures pursuant to the North Atlantic Treaty...
14. lappuse - If such a will exists, the parties can free themselves from sterile arguments over procedure and begin to exchange views on the issues that divide them. In the flexible spirit of true negotiation, they can find ways to accommodate their respective claims. And, what is equally vital, they can make the necessary efforts, with the help of the United Nations machinery on the spot, to avoid further incidents of violence such as those which have come before the Security Council in recent weeks, which can...
8. lappuse - class struggle"? Does it mean that the Charter's law prohibiting the threat or use of force against other states will be dismissed as a mere "abstraction" whenever the Soviet Union finds it in conflict with the laws of the "class struggle"? Does it mean that the Soviet Union's doctrine of "peaceful coexistence" does not apply to its own allies or those with the same social system? Finally: When will the Soviet Union, whose international relations are subject to the United Nations Charter, make good...
5. lappuse - Czechoslovakia, that desire arose not from any Western plot but simply from the nature of man. Nor was there an invitation or request from any Czechoslovak authority for armed forces of the Warsaw Pact to enter the country and render so-called "fraternal assistance.
7. lappuse - illegal actions" of the allied socialist countries in Czechoslovakia forget that in a class society there is not and there cannot be nonclass laws. Laws and legal norms are subjected to the laws of the class struggle, the laws of social development. These laws are clearly formulated in MarxistLeninist teaching, in the documents jointly adopted by the Communist and Workers
10. lappuse - States has recently stated with unmistakable clarity, we who bear that responsibility will not tolerate the threat or use of force against West Berlin. The United States and its allies have certain solemn defensive commitments in Europe which are known to the world and to the United Nations and which no law-abiding nation need fear. These include commitments to uphold the security of the Federal Republic of Germany and of West Berlin until the day comes when the German nation can be reunified in...
4. lappuse - Most recent among these concerns the invasion of Czechoslovakia. Czechoslovakia today is an occupied country. Six weeks ago, in the middle of the night, suddenly and without warning, that small independent state was invaded by a massive army led by the Soviet Union. Thus a world which had begun to speak of a thaw in the cold war feels once again a chill of apprehension concerning Soviet purpose. In recent months the new leaders of Czechoslovakia had set out, within the communist...

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