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- Failure of state. Burkhalter, H.; Omaar, R. // Africa Report;Nov/Dec90, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p27
Examines the Bush administration's sorry record of responding to the turmoil in Liberia and Kenya. Two of the US's traditional allies; Liberia was largest recipient of American aid in sub-Saharan Africa before the civil war; US's special relationship with Liberia; Deteriorating human rights...
- Dances with state. Burkhalter, H. // Africa Report;May/Jun91, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p53
Considers the dance going on between the United States and Kenya's President Daniel Arap Moi's government concerning aid and human rights. Moi's single party, Kanu; Human rights declining in Kenya; Ambassador to Nairobi, Smith Hempstone's statement that outraged Moi; Four human rights...
- Senegal. // Africa Report;Nov/Dec91, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p12
Notes that President George Bush has forgiven Senegal's $42 million debt to the US during a September 10th White House visit by Senegalese President Abdou Diouf. Senegal's strong history of multi-party democracy; Bush's gratitude for Senegal's support during the Gulf War and as a peace keeping...
- Setting a new agenda. Kornegay Jr., Francis A. // Africa Report;Sep/Oct94, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p72
Focuses on the history of United States government's policy on Africa. Formal launching of the U.S.'s official relations with Africa; Changing domestic constituency; Importance of Africa to the geostrategic imperatives of American security interests in Western Europe and the Eurasian land mass.
- Yankees go home. McGurn, W. // American Spectator;Jan1992, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p42
Discusses the probable end of the United States military presence in the Philippines. Philippine Senate rejection of the treaty extending US military presence; Anti-Americanism of Filipino politicians and intellectuals; Their desire for sovereignty; Reaction from the Phillipine business...
- Not a promised land. Crain, Keith E.; Brown, Peter // Automotive News;7/24/95, Vol. 69 Issue 5615, p12
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- U.S. Senators threaten troop cutback if West Germany blocks Lance upgrade. Gilmartin, P.A. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;5/8/89, Vol. 130 Issue 19, p29
Discusses a Senate threat to withdraw troops from Europe if West Germany blocks US plans to modernize Lance missiles. The Bush administration refuses to consider negotiations on elimination of short-range missiles from Europe; West Germany and Norway want the Lance missiles removed, not...
- Singapore offers U.S. military greater access to its facilities. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;8/21/89, Vol. 131 Issue 8, p69
Reports that the Republic of Singapore has offered US military forces greater access to its facilities in order to maintain the balance of power in the southern Pacific Rim as the US faces reduced military presence in the Philippines.
- So why not tell us? Rothstein, Linda // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Sep1992, Vol. 48 Issue 7, p6
Says that while the Air Force followed the April 25 launch of a `secret' payload from Vandenberg Air Force Base with a noncommittal, after-the-fact statement that the launch had taken place, Tass Radio in Moscow had announced the launch in an English-language broadcast on April 22, three days...