From my point of view, our discussions of today are closely related to the topics which were discussed yesterday. The main question of yesterday's discussion was the one raised by Professor Pipes, namely, whether the changes in the Soviet foreign policy are fundamental or tactical. I myself consider this question justifiable. In fact, it would be astonishing if such a question had not been posed. I suspect that this question is interesting not only for Professor Pipes but for many people in the United States and in the West as well. My Soviet colleagues and I myself are certain that these changes are fundamental. But how can we prove this to our colleagues from the United States and the Federal Republic of Germany? I understand very well that our feelings are not proof of the fact that the shifts in Soviet foreign policy are fundamental. This needs to be supplemented by additional facts.