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January 04, 1999

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p> THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary _________ For Immediate Release December 30, 1998 FACT SHEET Foreign Affairs Reorganization Today President Clinton sent to the Congress a plan and report on reorganization of the foreign affairs agencies, pursuant to the Foreign Affairs Reform and Restructuring Act of 1998. The Act provides authority to reorganize the foreign affairs agencies and is based on the plan announced by the President on April 18, 1997.
p>29 December 1998 TEXT: BROWNBACK: US MUST BE READY TO DEAL WITH A DEFIANT SADDAM (with an introduction from USIA) Washington -- Following Iraqi provocation of U.S. military planes over no-fly zones in Iraq, Senator Sam Brownback, (Republican, Kansas), December 29 warned that the United States "must be prepared to deal with an increasingly defiant Saddam Hussein." "The proper response by the U.S. must be immediate and strong," said Brownback, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs.
p>No. 658-98 IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 30, 1998 (703)695-0192(media) (703)697-5737(public/industry) JOINT TASK FORCE ON COMPUTER NETWORK DEFENSE NOW OPERATIONAL The Department of Defense today officially stood up its Joint Task Force on Computer Network Defense (JTF-CND) under the command of Air Force Maj. Gen. John H. Campbell. Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen approved the formation of the joint task force on Dec. 4, 1998.
p>U.S. Department of State Office of the Spokesman Press Statement Press Statement by M. Lee McClenny, Acting Spokesman December 28, 1998 New Zealand Acquisition of F-16's UN Sanctions Commitments The United States welcomes the recent decision by the Government of New Zealand to acquire 28 U.S.-built F-16 aircraft. This decision will do much to help us resolve the status of these aircraft, once destined for Pakistan, while enabling New Zealand to significantly upgrade the capability of its air force.
p>04 January 1999 WHITE HOUSE FACT SHEET: STRENGTHENING AMERICA'S MILITARY (The following Fact Sheet on the Defense Budget was issued by the White House on January 2, 1999) (begin White House Fact Sheet) THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary January 2, 1999 FACT SHEET Strengthening America's Military
p>For Immediate Release January 4, 1999 WHITE HOUSE PRESS BRIEFING BY JOE LOCKHART The Briefing Room 1:35 P.M. EST MR. LOCKHART: Happy New Year, everyone. Welcome back. Q Happy New Year to you, too. [ . . . ] Q Joe, can I ask you a question about Iraq? The Iraqis continue to violate the southern no-fly zone. There's been apparently no American response or allied response to this in days, but we're told the Iraqis continue to violate it, perhaps on a daily basis. What is the U.S. going to do about this?
U.S. Department of State Office of the Spokesman Press Statement by M. Lee McClenny, Acting Spokesman December 24, 1998 U.S. Concerned About Kosovo Violence

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p>U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE OFF-CAMERA DAILY PRESS BRIEFING DPB # 11 MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1999 1:10 P.M. (ON THE RECORD UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED) [ . . . ] QUESTION: Do you have anything on the talks with the North Koreans in Geneva? MR. FOLEY: I do. You're referring to the bilateral talks concerning the suspect underground site, I imagine, as opposed to the Four Party Talks, which concluded last week.
p>U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Office of the Spokesman (Middletown, Connecticut) Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright Remarks to Conference on the Domestic Impacts of Foreign Policy Wesleyan University February 6, 1999 Thank you, Representative Gejdenson, for that introduction and for the invitation to be here. President Bennet, fellow speakers and participants, and members of the Wesleyan community, it is a pleasure to see old friends and participate in this impressive conference.
p><pre> THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary March 2, 1999 PRESS BRIEFING BY BARRY TOIV AND DAVID LEAVY The Briefing Room 1:20 P.M. EST TOIV: Any questions? [ . . . ] Q: How about the UNSCOM? Have you got anything new on our role and spying -- using it as a spy mechanism? LEAVY: We talked a lot about this this morning. But let me just say that our efforts in Iraq were concentrated on supporting UNSCOM's