01 November 1999 Military News
Defense Policy / Programs
- Pratt & Whitney Completes Assembly of Boeing JSF Engine Boeing 01 Nov 1999 -- The Boeing Joint Strike Fighter X-32A took another decisive step toward first flight last week when Pratt & Whitney completed final assembly of its JSF119-614 flight-test engine.
- Boeing JSF Successfully Concludes Major Government Review Boeing 01 Nov 1999 -- Boeing successfully completed a major milestone last week when a team representing the U.S. Defense Department and the U.K. Ministry of Defence met with Boeing to review the status of the Joint Strike Fighter program. Other JSF partner countries represented were Canada, Denmark, Italy, Norway and The Netherlands.
- 2 November 1999 - DAILY PRESS BRIEFING BY OFFICE OF SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 01 Nov 1999
- CLINTON-CHECHNYA Voice of America 01 November 1999 -- U-S officials have watched the Chechnya fighting with increasing alarm. Aides say Mr. Clinton will express his personal concern to the Russian Prime Minister about the escalating violence.
- Aggressive extremism under cover of Islam: adventure in Dagestan, its consequences and lessons Morozov Y., Lutovinov V. 25.11.1999
- Legal Assessment of the Actions of Persons Who Are in Power in the Chechen Republic from the Viewpoint of International Law Russian Federation Ministry of Justice information 20.11.1999
- ATROCITIES / SCHEFFER Voice of America 01 November 1999 -- A top State Department official says the Rwandan genocide in the mid-nineties taught important lessons on how to respond to humanitarian crises.
- ANGOLA / UNITA Voice of America 01 November 1999 -- The U-N Angola Sanctions Committee may order the closure of the UNITA rebel movement's internet website, one of the beleaguered rebel group's last remaining means of communication.
- Overseas Security Advisory Council Annual Briefing U.S. Department of State November 1, 1999 -- This year's briefing will focus on the issues pertaining to cyber crime and terrorism and will be open for media coverage.
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