This document comprises the following articles by Anthony Goodman:
Little hope for Boutros-Ghali seen in 1950 precedent. 19 November 1996.
U.S. set to veto second term for Boutros-Ghali. [CORRECTED 22:55 GMT] 18 November 1996.
U.S. MAY VETO U.N. LEADER OPPOSES SECOND TERM FOR BOUTROS-GHALI. 18 November 1996.
U.S. to veto new term for Boutros-Ghali. 17 November 1996.
U.S. seen vetoing new term for Boutros-Ghali Monday. 17 November 1996.
U.N. council agrees on Zaire multinational force. 15 November 1996.
Sanctions against Libya continue after U.N. review. 15 November 1996.
U.N. says troops still needed for Zaire. 15 November 1996.
U.N. sees no improvement in human rights in Iraq. 14 November 1996.
U.N. committee calls for anti-personnel mine ban. 13 November 1996.
Egypt nominates Boutros-Ghali for second term. 13 November 1996.
First test of Boutros' UN re-election hopes Monday. 13 November 1996.
Biggest U.N. vote to end U.S. embargo against Cuba. 12 November 1996.
U.S. faces annual U.N. roasting over Cuba embargo. 11 November 1996.
Human rights in Iran may have deteriorated - U.N.. 11 November 1996.
U.N. council close to authorizing force for Zaire. 9 November 1996.
U.N. council calls for preparation of Zaire force. 9 November 1996.
U.N. chief backs multinational force for Zaire. 8 November 1996.
IAEA says Iraq still likely hiding nuclear data. 7 November 1996.
U.N. urges renewal of stalled Sahara operation. 7 November 1996.
Three World Court judges re-elected. 7 November 1996.
Historic chemical weapons ban set to go into force. 1 November 1996.
Canadian ambassador named UN envoy in Zaire crisis. 30 October 1996.
U.N. body recovers $9m lost to fraud, inefficiency. 29 October 1996.
U.N calls for urgent study of HQ security flaws. 28 October 1996.
Iraq says sanctions may cause "horrendous disaster". 23 October 1996.
Japan, Portugal, Sweden among 5 new Council members. 21 October 1996.
Hard-fought elections for Security Council seats. 18 October 1996.
U.N. arms chief to look for missing Iraqi missiles. 17 October 1996.
Afghanistan calls on Taleban to pull out of Kabul. 16 October 1996.
U.N. bars Iraqi rental of Turkish TV satellite. 14 October 1996.
Single page of each U.N. document said to be $916. 12 October 1996.
U.N. defers decision on Afghan credentials. 11 October 1996.
U.N. Assembly ends survey of world's hopes and fears. 10 October 1996.
Obstacles still delay oil-for-food plan, U.N. says. 9 October 1996.
U.N. says obstacles still delay "oil-for-food" plan. 9 October 1996.
Three small states urge U.N. membership for Taiwan. 7 October 1996.
Polisario urges U.N. to back dialogue with Morocco. 7 October 1996.
U.N. chief concerned over Angola peace deal delays. 7 October 1996.
Indian minister ignores Bhutto call for conference. 4 October 1996.
Bhutto urges conference on Kashmir, S. Asia arms. 4 October 1996,
Bhutto proposes conference on Kashmir, arms control. 4 October 1996.
Bhutto calls "fundamentalist India" nuclear threat. 3 October 1996.
Nigeria says its move to civil rule is irreversible. 3 October 1996.
Bhutto urges conference on Kashmir, S. Asia arms. 3 October 1996.
Bhutto calls "fundamentalist India" nuclear threat. 2 October 1996.
US approves escrow account for "oil for food" deal. 1 October 1996.
Arab foreign ministers skeptical about summit. 30 September 1996.
U.S. in ironic position of abstaining on peace call. 29 September 1996.
U.N. council calls for protection of Palestinians. 29 September 1996.
Mideast peace unravels/U.S. envoy encourages restoring peace process. 28 September 1996.
U.S. urges U.N. to encourage steps to Mideast peace. 28 September 1996.
Israel under fire at U.N. over tunnel, peace delay. 28 September 1996.
U.N. council tries to draft Middle East resolution. 28 September 1996.
U.S. tells U.N. to encourage steps to Mideast peace. 27 September 1996.
Israel under fire at U.N. over tunnel, peace delay. 27 September 1996.
PLO wants U.N. mission sent to occupied territories. 27 September 1996.
Britain, China agree on Hong Kong handover details. 27 September 1996.
Britain, China agree on Hong Kong handover details. 26 September 1996.
Cyprus president ready for talks after preparations. 26 September 1996.
Ukraine worried about potential nuclear neighbours. 26 September 1996.
Foreign interests in Hong Kong to be "accommodated". 25 September 1996.
Clinton hails U.N., says most Americans support it. 24 September 1996.
U.S. JUMPS INTO FIRE WITH EXIT PLAN FOR BOUTROS-GHALI RUSSIA BACKS CURRENT U.N. LEADER AND RESISTS EARLY TALKS ON ISSUE. 21 September 1996.
Russian-U.S. clash imminent over Boutros-Ghali. 20 September 1996.Boutros-Ghali says world still seeks new balance. 20 September 1996.
Assembly chief blasts U.S. press, U.N. secretariat. 19 September 1996.
China blocks bid for Taiwan UN seat for 4th year. 19 September 1996.China blocks bid for Taiwan seat in U.N.. 18 September 1996.U.N. chief laments shrinking interest in world news. 17 September 1996.UN assembly asked to end "business as usual". 17 September 1996.Boutros-Ghali cites progress in U.N. reform. 16 September 1996.U.N. Assembly opens amid row over secretary-general. 15 September 1996.Peres says would back Israel government peace moves. 10 September 1996.U.N. says Iraq concealing clandestine weapons. 3 September 1996.U.N. votes air embargo on Sudan but delays start. [CORRECTED 10:15 GMT] 17 August 1996.
U.N. unveils leaner, trimmer budget for 1998-99. 16 August 1996.Five U.S. congressmen condemn Cyprus killings. 16 August 1996.Boutros-Ghali, U.N. council call for calm in Cyprus. 14 August 1996.U.N. says Iraq deal won't start this week. 14 August 1996.U.N. spokeswoman takes dim view of GOP platform. 14 August 1996.U.N. angered by Sunday's bloody clashes in Cyprus. 13 August 1996.U.N. angered by Sunday's bloody clashes in Cyprus. 12 August 1996.U.S. says Iran helps break Iraq sanctions for fee. 9 August 1996.U.S. approves Iraq "oil-for-food" plans. 7 August 1996.U.S. approves Iraq "oil-for-food" scheme. 7 August 1996.Cyprus mediators aim for "Dayton-style" talks. 7 August 1996.Move to add air embargo to sanctions against Sudan. 5 August 1996.21 judges elected to U.N. Law of Sea tribunal. 2 August 1996.U.N. studies how it can help fight terrorism. 30 July 1996.U.N. report on 1993 Burundi deaths kept under wraps. 29 July 1996.U.N. condemns shooting down of Cuban exiles' planes. 27 July 1996.U.N. condemns shooting down of Cuban exiles' planes. 26 July 1996.Gaddafi tells U.N. he will defy travel ban. 26 July 1996.U.N. council treads warily in Burundi crisis. 26 July 1996.UN-Iraq sanctions chief hopes for U.S. okay Monday. 26 July 1996.World won't accept Burundi coup - Boutros-Ghali. 25 July 1996.U.N. council warns against any coup in Burundi. 24 July 1996.U.N. alleges U.S. using "McCarthy" tactics. 23 July 1996.U.N. council urged to prevent Burundi catastrophe. 23 July 1996.
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This document comprises the following articles by Anthony Goodman: