An analysis of the new Polish government which confirms Solidarity's majority.
September 7, 1989
National Intelligence Daily for Thursday, 7 September 1989
The CIA’s National Intelligence Daily for 7 September1989 describes the latest developments in the United States, Colombia, South Africa, Lebanon, Netherlands, Poland, Czechoslovakia, the Soviet Union, Belize, Bolivia, Argentina, and Iran.
- Czechoslovakia--History--Intervention, 1968
- Iran--Politics and government
- Czechoslovakia--Foreign relations--Soviet Union
- United States--Foreign policy
- Soviet Union--Armed Forces
- Netherlands--Foreign relations
- Iran--Foreign relations--Soviet Union
- Latin America--Foreign relations--United States
- Communist leadership--Poland
- Iran--Foreign relations
- Iran--Foreign relations--United States
- Soviet Union--Military relations
- Baltic States--Annexation to the Soviet Union
- Europe, Western--Foreign relations--United States
- Lebanon--Politics and government
- Lebanon--Foreign relations--United States
- South Africa--Race relations
- Poland--Politics and government--1989-
- Iran--Foreign relations--Lebanon
- Bolivia--Politics and government
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