This document comprises the following articles by Anthony Goodman:
U.N. concerned about military upgrading in Cyprus. 10 December 1998.
UN report details Iraqi interference with inspections. 10 December 1998.
UN weapons chief calls Iraqi action "very serious". 9 December 1998.
U.N. genocide treaty, finally used in court, is 50. 9 December 1998.
U.N. weapons teams resuming surprise inspections. 7 December 1998.
Cambodia regains U.N. seat, sets sights on ASEAN. 7 December 1998.
Way cleared for Cambodia to reoccupy its U.N. seat. 4 December 1998.
Annan pressing ahead with Lockerbie trip to Libya. 4 December 1998.
Cambodia expected to reclaim its U.N. seat. 4 December 1998.
Cyprus to seek first U.N. Assembly debate since 1983. 2 December 1998.
Iraq stands pat on refusal to hand over document. 2 December 1998.
U.N. Assembly urges Palestinian self-determination. 2 December 1998.
Annan may meet Libyans to resolve Lockerbie issue. 25 November 1998.
Situation in strife-torn Angola gets worse - Annan. 24 November 1998.
Iraq appoints new envoys to U.N. in New York, Geneva. 24 November 1998.
Iraq calls UN arms document requests "provacative". 21 November 1998.
CORRECTED - Iraq objects to U.N. requests for weapons documents. 20 November 1998.
U.N. draft deplores rights violations in Myanmar. 20 November 1998.
Publisher says TV fails to focus on repression. 19 November 1998.
U.N. Iraq review to cover missing Kuwaitis - U.S. 18 November 1998.
Sudan wants probe of bombed pharmaceutical plant. 18 November 1998.
U.N. Assembly backs Bethlehem 2000 project. 18 November 1998.
Iraq expected to be asked for gas/germ document. 16 November 1998.
Annan hails Iraq outcome as "victory for diplomacy". 16 November 1998.
Anan hails Iraq outcome as"victory for diplomacy". 16 November 1998.
U.N. Security Council begins reviewing Iraq letter. 15 November 1998.
Iraq tells U.N. council it's not setting conditions. 15 November 1998.
Annan in new appeal to Iraq to cooperate with U.N. 14 November 1998.
Slim hopes seen for Annan-Security Council meeting. 13 November 1998.
UN Council considers crisis with Iraq. 13 November 1998.
Annan talks to Clinton - sees Russia, France, China. 13 November 1998.
Annan seen unlikely to make repeat trip to Baghdad. 12 November 1998.
FOCUS-U.N. council backs Annan call for Iraq to cooperate. 12 November 1998.
CORRECTED - Russian envoy warns against use of force on Iraq. 11 November 1998.
Annan in 11th-hour appeal to Iraq to cooperate. 11 November 1998.
Reservations voiced on Israel's U.N. credentials. 10 November 1998.
Annan not planning Iraq visit - no UNSCOM pullout - UN. 9 November 1998.
U.S. fails to gain seat on key U.N. financial body. 7 November 1998.
U.N.investigator "horrified" by Taleban violations. 6 November 1998.
U.N. investigator "horrified" by Taleban violations. 5 November 1998.
U.N. demands Iraq cooperate with weapons inspectors. 5 November 1998.
Draft condemning Iraq action gets favorable hearing. 4 November 1998.
2001 to be U.N. Year of Dialogue among Civilizations. 4 November 1998.
U.N. draft calls Iraqi action "flagrant violation". 3 November 1998.
Palestinian U.N. envoy criticizes Sharon letter. 3 November 1998.
Sharon says U.N. should not pre-empt Mideast talks. 2 November 1998.
U.N. approves limited renewal of its W.Sahara force. 30 October 1998.
Rights still violated in Nigeria, U.N. report says. 30 October 1998.
U.N. says no to child soldiers as peacekeepers. 29 October 1998.
Rights violations persist in Myanmar - U.N. report. 28 October 1998.
U.N. contractor prosecuted for alleged theft. 27 October 1998.
Annan proposes plan for breaking W.Sahara deadlock. 27 October 1998.
U.N. adopts Libyan draft targeting U.S. sanctions. 26 October 1998.
China objects to any NATO use of force in Kosovo. 24 October 1998.
Pinochet case sign of legal trend - U.N. prosecutor. 22 October 1998.
UNSCOM chief calls Iraqi attacks diversion tactic. 22 October 1998.
Up to 300,000 children serving in armed conflicts, U.N. reports. 21 October 1998.
U.N. prober sees crackdown on Iraqi Shiite leaders. 21 October 1998.
Rights violated in Iran despite reform moves - U.N. 21 October 1998.
Anti-Taleban Afghan delegation to retain U.N. seat. 20 October 1998.
Up to 300,000 child soldiers in conflicts-UN report. 20 October 1998.
UN's Annan condemns Sierra Leone rebel atrocities. 19 October 1998.
Three judges elected to Yugoslav war crimes panel. 17 October 1998.
Three judges elected to Yugoslav war crimes panel. 16 October 1998.
U.N. urged to check private military security firms. 16 October 1998.
Famines don't happen in democracies-Nobel winner. 15 October 1998.U.N. again votes to urge U.S. to end Cuba embargo. 14 October 1998.Annan calls on Turkey and Syria to show restraint. 13 October 1998.Annan urges Milosevic to comply with U.N. demands. 12 October 1998.Canada, Netherlands, others to join U.N. council. 9 October 1998.Iran tells U.N. council it repelled Taleban attack. 9 October 1998.Iran tells U.N. council it repelled Taleban attacks. 9 October 1998.Five new members elected to U.N. Security Council. 8 October 1998.Ex-weapons inspector wants apology from UNSCOM chief. 8 October 1998.U.N. council seats for Argentina, Namibia, Malaysia. 7 October 1998.Gilbraltar says it has same self-rule right as U.S. 7 October 1998.Rubin sees solid growth and low inflation in U.S. 7 October 1998.U.N. marks 50th anniversary of peacekeeping. 6 October 1998.U.N. says special police still operating in Kosovo. 5 October 1998.Britain calls for U.N. council meeting on Kosovo. 1 October 1998.U.N. council to discuss Kosovo massacres. 1 October 1998.Sudan in new bid for probe of plant U.S. destroyed. 29 September 1998.Turkmenistan wants legal protection for pipelines. 29 September 1998.Arafat sees Clinton again - seeks backing for state. 29 September 1998.Malaysia says world might be close to depression. 28 September 1998.Arafat calls on U.N. to back Palestinian state. 28 September 1998.Cypriot leader vows missiles unless talks. 25 September 1998.Nigerian leader urges end to sanctions. 25 September 1998.ISRAEL DELIVERS WARNING TO PALESTINIANS. 25 September 1998.New Nigerian leader appeals for lifting of sanctions. 24 September 1998.Netanyahu warns against unilateral Palestinian state. 24 September 1998.Turkey says Greece and Greek Cypriots pose threat. 24 September 1998.U.N. tells Milosevic to call off Kosovo offensive. 24 September 1998.Security Council demands immediate Kosovo cease-fire. 24 September 1998.UN close to ordering Belgrade to stop Kosovo fight. 23 September 1998.U.N. cease-fire demand expected in Kosovo crisis. 23 September 1998.Security Council demands Kosovo cease-fire, talks. 23 September 1998.U.N. council demands Kosovo ceasefire, peace talks. 23 September 1998.FOCUS-U.N. council set to demand ceasefire in Kosovo. 23 September 1998.EU says world economy is basically sound. 22 September 1998.
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This document comprises the following articles by Anthony Goodman: