|20.03.1989-06.11.1991||Member||USA/National Security Council||Deputy National Security Advisor|
|10.11.1989||52911||Minutes||International perceptions of the German reunification 1989–1990|
During the telephone call with President Bush, Chancellor Kohl reported on his trip to Poland and the situation in East Germany after the Berlin Wall was first breached the previous day.
|29.11.1989||52912||Memo||International perceptions of the German reunification 1989–1990|
In response to the President’s request, an analysis of how recent events in Eastern Europe would impact Soviet policy in Germany.
Included: Memorandum for Brent Scowcroft/Robert Gates, 29.11.1989.
|26.1.1990||52913||Minutes||International perceptions of the German reunification 1989–1990|
President Bush and Chancellor Kohl discussed proposals for the conventional force reduction talks in Vienna, particularly in light of recent developments in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.