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  • It’s all internal, within the Warsaw Pact.
  • And suddenly we’ll look around and discover that all the old alliances are gone, dead and gone, except one, the Warsaw Pact.
  • We could find ourselves locked into the Warsaw Pact.
  • Warsaw Pact?
  • If I write this like you say I should, Peter, I’m pretty much calling for war to break up the Warsaw Pact.
  • Everyone knows that from the beginning the Warsaw Pact was to be regarded as a single entity where those rules were concerned.
  • But between the Warsaw Pact nations these things are internal matters.
  • You have to call for the Warsaw Pact to lose official status.
  • It seems Russian intelligence is concerned that some of the active citizens on the nets are already figuring how America ought to use the I.F. to destroy the Warsaw Pact as soon as the buggers are destroyed.
  • Demosthenes wasn’t wrong to suspect that the Warsaw Pact was not abiding by the terms of the League.
  • The Warsaw Pact was on its way to hegemony before the First Invasion.
  • They’re going to start a war, Americans claiming the Warsaw Pact is about to attack, and the Pact saying the same thing about the Hegemon.
  • Everybody but the Warsaw Pact, and they want you dead.
  • Not all the Warsaw Pact people went with the Polemarch.
  • It’s very complicated, but what it means here is that the I.F. will stay in existence, but without the Warsaw Pact in it.
  • So the Warsaw Pact marines are going home.
  • Certain military people who corresponded with her dropped hints about things without meaning to, and she and Peter put them together to build up a fascinating and frightening picture of Warsaw Pact activity.

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  • 80% of Warsaw’s buildings were destroyed during the Second World War, but it thrives today.
  • Finally, I came to the city of Warsaw, where I learned to steal food to keep from starving.
    Jerry Spinelli  --  Milkweed

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