October 2, 1990
National Intelligence Daily for Tuesday, 2 October 1990
The CIA’s National Intelligence Daily for 2 October 1990 describes the latest developments in Iraq, Kuwait, Yugoslavia, Angola, the Soviet Union, Liberia and Thailand.
Associated People & Organizations
- United Nations. Security Council
- United Nations
- Persian Gulf War, 1991
- Iraq--Foreign relations--United States
- Romania--Foreign relations--Soviet Union
- Border security--Moldavia
- Moldavia--Foreign relations--Soviet Union
- United Nations--Iraq
- National Union for the Total Independence of Angola
- Iraq-Kuwait Crisis, 1990-1991
- National liberation movements--Ukraine
- Soviet Union--Foreign relations--Ukraine
- Soviet Union--Domestic policy
- Croatia--History--Autonomy and independence movements
- Jordan--Foreign relations--Saudi Arabia
- Communism--Ukraine--Public opinion
- Soviet Union--Politics and government
- Yugoslavia--Politics and government--1980-1992
- Soviet Union--Politics and government--1985-1991
- Ukraine--Politics and government--1945-1991
- Ukraine--Politics and government
- Liberia--Politics and government
Approved for Release by the Central Intelligence Agency, June 3, 1999, Document #0000259073. Contributed by Mark Kramer.
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