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Several international or multinational conferences have been called the Geneva Conference, because they were held in the city of Geneva, Switzerland. These conferences include:
- The Geneva Naval Conference of 1927, which discussed naval arms limitation
- The Geneva Conference of 1932, a continuation of the previous naval arms conference
- The Geneva Conference of 1954, which discussed Korea and Indochina
- The Geneva Summit of 1955, where "The Big Four" – President Dwight D. Eisenhower of the United States, Prime Minister Anthony Eden of Britain, Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin of the Soviet Union, and Prime Minister Edgar Faure of France – discussed global security
- The Geneva Conference of 1973, on the Arab–Israeli conflict
- The Geneva Conference of 1976, on Rhodesia
- The Geneva Summit of 1985, where Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev and US President Ronald Reagan held discussions on international relations and the arms race
- The Geneva Accord of 2003, which is a model permanent status agreement to end the Israeli–Palestinian conflict
- Geneva II Middle East peace conference, is a planned peace conference in Geneva (January 2014), aimed to resolve the Syrian crisis in the Middle East
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