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The Moscow Conference was the conference where World War III was ended and a new order was created. To many it represented the tide of the cold war turing in USSR's direction.

Attending Countries

Sovereign Countries

USSR

China

Japan

India

Poland

CEA

Yugoslavia

Bulgaria

South Germany

North Italy

Sweden

Finland

Turkey

Iran

UCAR

Thailand

Vietnam

Laos

Cambodia

India

Iraq

Saudi Arabia

North Germany

South Italy

France

Spain

Portugal

Britain

Canada

USA

Confidential Conference

The world powers--USA and USSR--did many confidential conferences that were the major part of the conference and they agreed on many issues. Such as the disbanding of the UCAR by 2000, the disbanding of the USSR by 1980, peace and agreements not to destablise each other or use nuclear weapons.

United League For Peace

Other nations that attended wanted to create a third soverignity-seeking alliance. It was organised by some heads of state at Moscow, but formally established later, at the Four Conferences: Buenos Aires Round, Addis Ababa Round, Damascus Round and Syndey Round. The members seek to create a parallel independent power. The members are:

Founding Members

Argentina

Chile

Peru

Ethiopia

Kenya

Namibia

Chad

Mali

Tunisia

Syria

Jordan

Yemen

Australia

New Zealand

Other Members

Cameroon (1964)

E. Guinea (1964)

R. Congo (1964)

Zaire (1965)

Niger (1965)

Oman (1965)

Brunei (1970)

Venezuela (1974)

Haiti (1980)

Iceland (1981)

Bahrain (1981)

Egypt (1988)

Libya (1988)

Kuwait (1988)

Qatar (1988)

Sri Lanka (1996)

Botswana (2001)

Zambia (2001)

Observer

Central African Rep. (1999)

Algeria (2002)

Uganda (2003)

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