On January 14-15, 1987, in Washington, D.C., The RAND Corporation convened a workshop conference on U.S. policy toward Poland. The purpose of the workshop was to assemble a group of academic specialists on Poland, present and former government officials, and representatives of the Polish emigre community to assess the Polish domestic situation and to consider premises and objectives of future policy toward Poland. This report summarizes the initial presentations and the ensuing discussions for each of the five workshop sessions.
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