Goodman31-Oct 92-Aug93.rtf

Scope and Content

This document comprises the following articles by Anthony Goodman:
U.N.-sponsored Cyprus talks start after tw-day delay. 28 October 1992.
Cyprus talks set for Wednesday after initial hitch. 27 October 1992.
Vassiliou says Cyprus problem "overdue for solution". 26 October 1992.
Dutch professor heads 5-member U.N. war crimes panel. 24 October 1992.
Iraq rejects proposal for U.N. human rights monitors. 20 October 1992.
China upset by suggestions of U.N. seat for Taiwan. 15 October 1992.
U.S., citing abuses, wants new U.N. audit. 15 October 1992.
Italian ex-legislator to head U.N. Mozambique team. 13 October 1992.
U.N. council endorses peace mission for Mozambique. 13 October 1992.
U.N. drafting plans for Mozambique peace operation. 12 October 1992.
U.N. orders ban on military flights over Bosnia. 10 October 1992.
U.N. urges ceasefire in Georgia; sending mission. 9 October 1992.
U.N. council declares Bosnia a military no-fly zone. 9 October 1992.
U.N. council bars military flights over Bosnia. 9 October 1992.
U.N. wants more details about Yugoslav fuel request. 8 October 1992.
U.N.'s first step towards possible war crimes trials. 6 October 1992.
Peres calls for Israel-Syria summit meeting. 1 October 1992.
Aristide calls for total embargo, criticises Pope. 30 September 1992.
Greece wouldn't join in any Yugoslav intervention. 25 September 1992.
Visiting Shevardnadze gets superstar reception at U.N. 25 September 1992.
U.N. chief plans action to pressure Khmer Rouge. 24 September 1992.
Canada objects to way U.N. Bosnia force financed. 24 September 1992.
U.N. Assembly expels truncated Yugoslav state. 23 September 1992.
Yugoslavia unlikely to regain U.N. seat quickly. 23 September 1992.
U.N. Cyprus force must absorb planned troop cuts. 23 September 1992.
Russia accuses Estonia and Latvia of discrimination. 22 September 1992.
Chinese minister hits at sale of U.S. planes to Taiwan. 22 September 1992.
Brazil calls for reform of U.N. Security Council. 21 September 1992.
Bush takes his vision of new world order to U.N.. 20 September 1992.
Iraq can't erase suspicions about strange import requests. 19 September 1992.
U.N. council calls on Assembly to bar rump Yugoslavia. 19 September 1992.
U.N. urges Angolans to respect election results. 18 September 1992.
Saddam may make mistakes, but all those erasers... ? 18 September 1992.
Yugoslav's U.N. seat challenged as Assembly opens. 16 September 1992.
U.N. Assembly opens; uncertainty over Yugoslav seat. 15 September 1992.
U.N. Assembly opens; Bulgarian elected as president. 15 September 1992.
Bulgarian minister is youngest U.N. Assembly president. 15 September 1992.
U.N. Assembly opens in Security Council's shadow. 14 September 1992.
U.N. orders destruction of smuggled Iranian arms. 11 September 1992.
Jamaican to head U.N. observer team for South Africa. 9 September 1992.
U.N. observers leave for South Africa on Friday. 9 September 1992.
U.N. blames Bosnian government troops for four attacks. 9 September 1992.
U.N. OBSERVERS TO LEAVE FOR SOUTH AFRICA AT WEEKEND. 2 September 1992.
U.N. COUNCIL TO CALL FOR SPEEDY CYPRUS ACCORD. 26 August 1992.
U.N. ENDORSES IRAQ-KUWAIT BOUNDARY COMMISSION REPORT. 26 August 1992.
U.N. WANTS CYPRUS TALKS TO CONTINUE UNTIL SUCCESSFUL. 26 August 1992.
U.N. SAYS PROGRESS ON CYPRUS LESS THAN EXPECTED. 25 August 1992.
NO EVIDENCE IRAQ CAN MAKE OWN MISSILE GUIDANCE. 25 August 1992.
U.N. ASSEMBLY TO DEBATE CRISIS IN BOSNIA. 23 August 1992.
Iraq Asks UN Chief to Bar Plan for a No-Flight Zone // Allied Proposal Called Pretext To Split Nation. 22 August 1992.