September 30, 1989
National Intelligence Daily for Saturday, 30 September 1989
The CIA’s National Intelligence Daily for 30 September 1989, describes the latest developments in Lebanon, Eastern Europe, the Soviet Union, Philippines, the United States, Greece, Hungary, El Salvador, Panama, Thailand, and Nicaragua.
- Germany (East)--Foreign relations--Soviet Union
- German reunification question (1949-1990)
- Communist Party of Greece
- Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front
- Germany (West)--Foreign relations--Soviet Union
- Hungary--Foreign relations--Soviet Union
- Philippines--Foreign relations--United States
- Military bases, American
- Lebanon--Politics and government
- Germany (East)--Emigration and immigration
- Nicaragua--Politics and government
- Panama--Politics and government
- El Salvador--Politics and government
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