MONDAY: Moscow notes Constitution Day; first anniversary of adoption of Russian constitution, Heads of state attend Organization of Islamic Conference in Casablanca, Morocco, through Dec. 13. Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin visits Tokyo, through Dec. 14. Congressional Democrats meet to organize their ranks and make committee assignments. THe National Archives releases millions of pages of World War II documents recently declassified by President Clinton.
TUESDAY: International Investment Conference in Northern Ireland, sponsored by British government. John Major to speak in Belfast.WEDNESDAY: Vice President Al Gore visits Russia. NATO Defense ministers hold yearend meeting in Brussels. Three African-American scholars participate in NAACP forum on "The Bell Curve" in New York.
THURSDAY: Pan Africanist Congress, a black nationalist group that fared poorly in South Africa's April election, holds its national conference.
FRIDAY: Remembrance day for the Battle of the Bulge in Belgium. Fifth anniversary of start of Romanian revolution.
SATURDAY: T.S. Eliot Prize for Poetry is announced in London.