An analysis of the Yugoslav Communist Party Central Committee's decision to eliminate the Party's political monopoly.
December 29, 1989
National Intelligence Daily for Friday, 29 December 1989
The CIA’s National Intelligence Daily for 29 December 1989 describes the latest developments in Panama, Romania, the Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Brazil, Lebanon, Chile, and Poland.
Associated People & Organizations
- Soviet Union--Economic policy
- Soviet Union--Military policy
- Panama--History--American Invasion, 1989
- Bulgaria--Politics and government
- Romania--Politics and government
- Poland--Politics and government
- Poland--Economic conditions
- Soviet Union--Economic conditions
- Poland--Social conditions
- Soviet Union--Politics and government
- Yugoslavia--Politics and government--1980-1992
- Poland--Politics and government--1989-
- Romania--Politics and government--1989-
- Soviet Union--Politics and government--1985-1991
- Panama--Foreign relations--United States
- Panama--Politics and government
- Chile--Politics and government
Approved for Release by the Central Intelligence Agency, June 3, 1999, Document #0000258749. Contributed by Mark Kramer.
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