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February 04, 1999

p><html> <head> <title></title> </head> <body> <p align="center"><br> <b>THE REPUBLICAN AGENDA FOR THE NEW CONGRESS (House of Representatives - February 03, 1999)</b> </p> <div align="center"><center> <pre>[Page: H381]</pre> </center></div> <p>(Mr. GIBBONS asked and was given permission to address the House for 1 minute and to revise and extend his remarks.) </p>
p>US DEPARTMENT OF STATE Office of the Spokesman February 1, 1999 STATEMENT BY JAMES P. RUBIN, SPOKESMAN INDIA-UNITED STATES TALKS The following joint statement was issued at the conclusion of talks in New Delhi on January 29 to 31 between Deputy Secretary of State Talbott and Mr. Jaswant Singh, Indian Minister for External Affairs.
p>White House Letter to Congress on Secrecy Legislation Following is the text of a letter by National Security Adviser Samuel Berger to Rep. Lee Hamilton on S.712, the Government Secrecy Reform Act of 1998 September 17, 1998 Dear Lee:
p>02 February 1999 TRANSCRIPT: TALBOTT, AHMAD STATEMENTS ON US, PAKISTAN TALKS, FEB. 2 Islamabad, Pakistan -- Following is a transcript of statements by Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott and Pakistan Foreign Secretary Shamshad Ahmad following a detailed session in their eighth round of dialogue on South Asian security and non-proliferation issues. (Begin transcript) STATEMENTS BY PAKISTAN FOREIGN SECRETARY, SHAMSHAD AHMAD, AND U.S. DEPUTY SECRETARY OF STATE, STROBE TALBOTT AT THE PAKISTAN FOREIGN MINISTRY, FEBRUARY 2, 1999, ISLAMABAD, 1130 AM.
p>01 February 1999 ORGANIZATION FOR SECURITY AND COOPERATION IN EUROPE February 1, 1999 207th Plenary Meeting PC Journal No. 207, Agenda item 2 STATEMENT BY THE PERMANENT COUNCIL
p>Senate Armed Services Hearing on DOD's FY-00/01 Budget Request These files are available in Adobe Acrobat format. Click on the links to download the files. If you need help with Adobe Acrobat, or you need to download the latest Adobe Acrobat Reader software (available free of charge from Adobe), click here. Secretary Cohen's Testimony Gen. Shelton's Testimony
p> TRANSCRIPT: NATO SECRETARY GENERAL'S PRESS CONFERENCE JAN. 28 Q: Secretary General, you say that NATO is increasing its military readiness. Can you tell us how NATO is increasing -- what you are doing over and above what has already been done? Secondly, is NATO prepared to put ground troops into Kosovo in the event of a peace settlement to police it in the way it has been done in Bosnia?
p><html> <head> <title>Speech by Robert D. Walpole, National Intelligence Officer for Strategic and Nuclear Programs</title> </head> <body BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF"> <h4>Speech 12/8/98</h4> <hr size="2" width="75%" NOSHADE> <h4 align="center">Robert D. Walpole, National Intelligence Officer for <br> Strategic and Nuclear Programs </h4> <p align="center">North Korea's Taepo Dong Launch and <br>
p>Bills introduced to Amend S.4, the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines' Bill of Rights Act of 1999. <a name=cleland> <html> <head> <title></title> </head> <body> <p align="center"><br> <b>CLELAND AMENDMENT NO. 4 (Senate - February 03, 1999)</b> </p> <div align="center"><center> <pre>[Page: S1180]</pre> </center></div> <p>(Ordered to lie on the table.) </p>
p><html> <head> <title></title> </head> <body> <p align="center"><br> <b>ILL-ADVISED U.S. INTERVENTIONS (House of Representatives - February 02, 1999)</b> </p> <div align="center"><center> <pre>[Page: H300]</pre> </center></div> <p>The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from
p><html> <head> <title></title> </head> <body> <p align="center"><br> <b>LEGISLATION TO AUDIT MILITARY PURCHASES TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH THE BUY AMERICAN ACT -- HON. JAMES A. TRAFICANT, JR. (Extension of Remarks - February 03, 1999)</b> </p> <div align="center"><center> <pre>[Page: E124]</pre> </center></div> <p align="center">--- </p>
p>State Dept. FY-00 National Security Budget Submission <a href=#briefing>Briefing by Senion State Dept. Officials on FY-00 Budget Submission </a> <a name=statement> United States Department of State Washington, D.C. February 1, 1999 THE FISCAL YEAR 2000 BUDGET FOR INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS (FUNCTION 150) OVERVIEW
p><pre> THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary _______________ For Immediate Release February 3, 1999 PRESS BRIEFING BY JOE LOCKHART The Briefing Room 12:50 P.M. EST MR. LOCKHART: I have no announcements to make, so we'll go right to questions. [ . . . ] Q Why is the U.N. ordering American and British staffers out of Iraq again? MR. LOCKHART: Well, I actually -- British? Q Yes. MR. LOCKHART: Okay. I'm sorry, I literally found out
p>The Honorable Richard Danzig Secretary of the Navy Surface Navy Association Annual Banquet Arlington, Virginia 14 January 1999 (transcribed) SURFACE NAVY ASSOCIATION Introduction by Rear Admiral Phil Coady, USN (Ret.):
p>Briefer: James P. Rubin U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE DAILY PRESS BRIEFING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1998 12:45 P.M. (ON THE RECORD UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED) RUBIN: Greetings. Welcome to the State Department briefing here on Monday. As you know, Secretary Albright will be here at about 2:15 p.m. to lay out the State Department portion of the President's budget. And in his final appearance, Craig Johnstone will be here to brief you on the specifics and take your questions on that.
p>Coalition aircraft targeted February 2, 1999 INCIRLIK AIR BASE, TURKEY -- Operation Northern Watch coalition aircraft, while conducting routine enforcement of the Northern no-fly zone, were targeted by Iraqi radar in several incidents today near Mosul. Coalition aircrews acted in self-defense against Iraqi forces. At 2:20 p.m. Iraqi time, two U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagles dropped two GBU-12 precision-guided munitions on an anti-aircraft artillery battery in response to being targeted by Iraqi radar near Mosul.
p>02 February 1999 TRANSCRIPT: INDYK INTERVIEW WITH KUWAIT TELEVISION, JAN. 31 (Begin transcript) Public Affairs Office Embassy of the United States of America Kuwait City, State of Kuwait February 2, 1999 Official Transcript of Assistant Secretary of State for Near East Affairs Martin S. Indyk's Interview with Kuwait Television (KTV), at the Radisson SAS Hotel, Kuwait City, State of Kuwait January 31, 1999
p>U.S. MISSION TO THE OSCE February 1, 1998 Statement on Kosovo Delivered by Ambassador David T. Johnson to the Permanent Council, Vienna Mr. Chairman, the U.S. would like to express its strong support for the Statement the Permanent Council has adopted. We want to underscore the Contact Group demands, which we support fully. It is appropriate today that we join the Contact Group and NATO in pushing Serbs and Kosovar Albanians to meet, not on the battlefield, but at the negotiating table, a step that they seem incapable of taking without our pressure.