11 November 1999 Military News
Defense Policy / Programs
- SECURITY / DEVELOPMENT Voice of America 11 November 1999 -- Investors say political stability is an important factor when looking for business opportunities. As a result, the military may be looked upon more and more as an economic asset for emerging democracies.
- 11 November 1999 - DAILY PRESS BRIEFING BY OFFICE OF SPOKESMAN FOR SECRETARY-GENERAL United Nations 11 Nov 1999
- RUSSIA/CHECHNYA UPDATE Voice of America 11 November 1999 -- A European security organization mission has cut short a fact-finding mission to the northern Caucasus after being refused entry to Chechnya.
- RUSSIA / CHECHNYA Voice of America 11 November 1999 -- Members of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe mission left the Caucasus region Thursday, saying they were appalled by what they called the "alarming" plight of Chechen refugees.
- PRESS CONFERENCE BY PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF RWANDA 11 November 1999 -- "The ends of justice are not served by penalizing once again the people of Rwanda for the shortcomings of a United Nations prosecutor", Joseph W. Mutaboba, Permanent Representative of Rwanda to the United Nations, told correspondents at a Headquarters press conference this morning.
- LANKANS FLEEING Voice of America 11 November 1999 -- Thousands of civilians are fleeing a town in Northern Sri Lanka, after warnings of new attacks by Tamil Tiger rebels.
- CONGO / U-N Voice of America 11 November 1999 -- In Congo-Kinshasa, a team of experts from the United Nations has begun a fact-finding tour of the country to prepare for the eventual deployment of a U-N peacekeeping force.
- RUSSIA / POLICE TORTURE Voice of America 11 November 1999 -- An international human rights group says police torture is reaching epidemic proportions in Russia.
- ISLAMIST REVOLUTION Voice of America 11 November 1999 -- Some Westerners fear the world is threatened by a unified, cohesive revolutionary Islam. But there is no such thing, asserts Mark Katz, Professor of Government at George Mason University.
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