Globalization and Democratization

DOCUMENTS

Bush-Gorbachev Transcripts From Malta Summit, December 1989

Transcript of the Bush-Gorbachev News Conference re: the Malta Summit

Amb. Jack Matlock Cable to Department of State, February 2, 1989

Amb. Jack Matlock Cable to Department of State, February 13, 1989

Cable from Warsaw to Secstate, “Election ’89:  The Year of Solidarity,” April 19, 1989

Cable from Warsaw to Secstate, “Election ’89: Solidarity’s Coming Victory:  Big or Too Big?,” June 2, 1989

Cable from Warsaw to Secstate, “Election ’89:  Solidarity’s Victory Raises Questions,” June 6, 1989

Cable from Warsaw to Secstate, “Poland Looks to President Bush,” June 27, 1989

Cable from Moscow to Secstate, “If Solidarity Takes Charge, What Will the Soviets Do?,” August 16, 1989

Saddam Hussein Sourcebook

Documents on Operation Desert Storm

Transcript of April Glaspie meeting with Saddam Hussein, 1990

Documents related to Operation Desert Storm

George Bush, National Security Directive 45, U.S. Policy in Response to the Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait, August 20, 1990

George Bush, National Security Directive 54, Responding to Iraqi Aggression in the Gulf, January 15, 1991

CIA Support for the U.S. Military During the Gulf War

“Conduct of the Persian Gulf Conflict: An Interim Report to Congress,” U.S. Department of Defense, July 1991

Speech by Anthony Lake, “From Containment to Enlargement,” Johns Hopkins University, September 21, 1993

Memorandum from Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Middle East/Africa, through Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, to Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, “Talking Points On Rwanda/Burundi”, April 11, 1994

Press Release, Office of the Press Secretary, The White House, “Statement by the Press Secretary”, April 22, 1994
Discussion Paper, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Middle East/Africa Region, Department of Defense, May 1, 1994

Memorandum for the Vice President, et. al., “PDD 25: U.S. Policy on Reforming Multilateral Peace Operations”, May 3, 1994

White paper, Department of State, “The Clinton Administration’s Policy on Reforming Multilateral Peace Operations”, May 1994

Defense Intelligence Report, Defense Intelligence Agency, “Rwanda: The Rwandan Patriotic Front’s Offensive”, May 9, 1994

Memorandum of Conversation, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Middle East/Africa Region, Department of Defense, “Rwanda Interagency Telecon”,  c.  May 11, 1994

Action memorandum from Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs George E. Moose, et.al.,  through Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Peter Tarnoff and Under Secretary of State for Global Affairs Tim Wirth, to Secretary of State Warren Christopher, “Has Genocide Occurred in Rwanda?”, May 21, 1994

Memorandum from Assistant Secretary for Intelligence and Research Toby T. Gati to Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs George Moose and Department of State Legal Adviser Conrad Harper, “Rwanda – Geneva Convention Violations”, c. May 18, 1994

Draft Legal Analysis, Office of the Legal Adviser, Department of State, drafted by Assistant Legal Adviser for African Affairs Joan Donoghue, May 16, 1994

Brian G. Shellum, DIA, Defense Intelligence Crisis Response Procedures and the Gulf War, 1996

Speech by Deputy Secretary Strobe Talbot, “Support for Democracy and the U.S. National Interest,” March 1, 1996

David Rieff, “Intervention Has a Price,” New York Times, November 14, 1996

Madeleine Albright’s Statement Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, January 8, 1997, on Building a “First-Class Diplomacy”

Samuel R. Berger, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, “A Foreign Policy Agenda for the Second Term,” March 27, 1997

General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Dayton Accords), November 21, 1995

Statement on Kosovo issued by members of the Contact Group, March 25, 1998

Rambouillet Interim Agreement for Peace and Self-Government in Kosovo, February 23, 1999

Joint statement on the Kosovo After Action Review presented by Secretary of Defense William S. Cohen and Gen. Henry H. Shelton, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, before the Senate Armed Services Committee, October 14, 1999

Remarks by Samuel R. Berger, “Building a New Consensus on China,” June 6, 1997

President Clinton on Senate rejection of Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, October 13, 1999.

Gen. John Shalikashvili (USA Ret.), Special Advisor to the President and the Secretary of State for the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, March 16, 2000.

Central Intelligence Agency, National Foreign Assessment Center, “Afghanistan: Ethnic Diversity and Dissidence,” 1 March 1980

Defense Intelligence Agency, Directorate for Research, “Afghan Resistance,” 5 November 1982 

Central Intelligence Agency, Directorate of Intelligence, “The Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan: Five Years After,” May 1985

Defense Intelligence Agency, “Iranian Support to the Afghan Resistance,” excerpt from unidentified study, n.d.

Defense Intelligence Agency, “Iranian Support to the Afghan Resistance,” 11 July 1985

Central Intelligence Agency, Special National Intelligence Estimate 11/37/88, “USSR: Withdrawal from Afghanistan,” March 1988
U.S. Army, “Lessons from the War in Afghanistan,” May 1989

Central Intelligence Agency, Special National Intelligence Estimate 37-89, “Afghanistan: The War in Perspective,” November 1989

Recommendations, October 12, 1999

 

  • Professor Richard Immerman