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From Proposition To Provision: Negotiating a Csce Text in Copenhagen

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Yuri Reshetov. the head of the Soviet delegation, dubbed it the new European constitution". His American counterpart, Max Kampelman, called it "a programme for democratic action". Both referred to the Document of Copenhagen, which had been adopted on 28 June 1990 by the 35 delegations to the second Meeting oj the Conference on the Human Dimension of the CSCE (CHD). In this way, they wanted to express their understanding that the Document constituted in its field the single most important step forward in the CSCE process since the adoption of the Helsinki Final Act in 1975.

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