July 20, 1990
National Intelligence Daily for Friday, 20 July 1990
The CIA’s National Intelligence Daily for 20 July 1990 describes the latest developments in South Korea, China, the Soviet Union, Hungary, Haiti and Persian Gulf.
Associated People & Organizations
- Petroleum industry and trade
- United Nations
- Soviet Union--Boundaries
- China--Foreign relations--United States
- International Monetary Fund
- Petroleum industry and trade--Iran
- Korea (North)--Foreign relations--Korea (South)
- Korea (South)--Politics and government
- Korea (North)--Politics and government
- Hungary--Politics and government
- Cambodia--Foreign relations--China
- Border security--Korea (North)
- Hungary--Economic conditions
- Petroleum industry and trade--Iraq
- Cambodia--Foreign relations--United States
- Petroleum industry and trade--Middle East
- Soviet Union. Ministry of Internal Affairs
- Soviet Union--Politics and government
- Hungary--Politics and government--1989-
- Soviet Union--Politics and government--1985-1991
- Haiti--Politics and government
Approved for Release by the Central Intelligence Agency, September 1, 2009, Document #0005301302. Contributed by Mark Kramer.
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