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  1. NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN

    overwhelming vote of confidence................ 7 CHILE: Increased friction within junta...................... ... period. Leigh seems to believe that this is impossible and that Chile must find a way to return ...

  2. NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN

    governments-particularly Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay-will continue to regard Castro as a pariah. Other governments, though ... coalition and called for the creation of a broad front to oppose the military government in Chile ...

  3. NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN

    to stifle domestic criticism.................... 19 CHILE: Campaign stepped up against Christian ... of the Pinochet regime. Copies are circulating privately in Chile and have been publicized abroad. The effect ...

  4. SINO-SOVIET BLOC ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES IN UNDERDEVELOPED AREAS 1 JULY-31 DECEMBER 1962

    was not receptive to this offer, and no official action was taken. After more than 2 years of negotiations, Chile ... and private enterprises in Chile raised the uotai value of copper sales to the Bloc during the period ...

  5. TAIPEI AND THE NIXON DOCTRINE

    in estab- lishing contacts with Peking. At-that time, Italy, Belgium, and Chile shifted from opposition ... to the independent stance of Chile, fed the Nationalists' apprehension over the dependability of their blocs ...

  6. STATEMENT BY MR. BRIAN CROZIER, DIRECTOR OF THE INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF CONFLICT, LONDON, IN TESTIMONY BEFORE THE SUB-COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY, UNITED STATES SENATE TRANSNATIONAL TERRORISM

    and Chile. Cuba under Fidel Castro has likewise exported subversion and terrorism to most other countries ... have also been involved in support of terrorist activities in Portugal, in Mexico, in Colombia and in Chile ...

  7. WEEKLY SUMMARY

    27 Chile: Prats' Expanding Role 'We t. gal the week tt rouaan noon o Thursday. GARY, issued ... has publicly rejected any general reconciliation. Speaking at a rally for Chile's President Allende ...

  8. PROPSPECTS FOR THE NONPROLIFERATION TREATY

    America, three key nations-- Brazil, Argentina, and Chile--are closely linked as indefinite holdouts ... America, it apparently will not modify its policy until Brazil has done so. Chile, a tradi- tional rival ...

  9. CRITICAL SITUATIONS

    Korean Conference Greek Crisis Satellite Security Shake-ups Subversion on Formosa Guatemala Chile 23 Dec ... disorders. Chile: Both houses of Congress have now reject resident Ibanez' request for endorsement ...

  10. CUBAN INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES INIMICAL TO US INTERESTS

    Salvador, Guatemala, and Colombia and is laying the groundwork in Honduras, Costa Rica, and Chile. Hundreds ... in three others (Costa Rica, Honduras, and Chile). While investing heavily in the consolidation ... to a more neutral position in the Guyana-Venezuela dispute over the Essequibo region. In South America, Chile ...

  11. WEEKLY SUMMARY

    and For- eign Minister Fanfani to Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Peru, and Venezuela is unlikely ... President Saragat and Foreign Minister Fanfani to Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Peru, and Venezuela ... to some of its Latin Ameri- can counterparts. In Chile, where the Christian Democrats are in power, emphasis is likely ...

  12. MEMO FOR THE CHAIRMAN OPERATIONS COORDINATING BOARD FROM ARTHUR S. FLEMMING

    United States 361 34.7 Northern Rhodesia 15.3 Chile 364 14.7 Canada 230 9.3 Belgian Congo 214 8.6 co 64 ...

  13. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN

    are making progress. The five members--Bolivia, Chile, Colom- bia, Ecuador, and Peru--are now willing ...

  14. NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN

    NIGERIA: South Africa Boycott Chile The Netherlands Bulgaria Approved For Re Page 3 Page 5 Page 8 25X1 25X1 ...

  15. NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE BULLETIN

    security measures continue................... 4 CHILE: Pinochet condemns political activity and rules ...

  16. CHILEAN PROBLEMS AND FREI'S PROSPECTS

    something that had not occurred in Chile for many years, he refused to form a coalition government ...

  17. WEEKLY REPORT PREPARED EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE SENIOR INTERDEPARTMENTAL GROUP

    Chile and Argentina have purchased subsonic fighter aircraft within the last year and are not at present ...

  18. JOE TRENTO STORY

    because of "inability to remember dates," Helms faulty memory on ITT's involve- ment.in Chile led ...

  19. SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE

    Daniel K. Inouye (D., Hawaii) Ernest F. Hollings (D., S. Car. Thomas Eagleton (D., Mo.) Lawton Chiles ...

  20. SENIOR INTERDEPARTMENTAL GROUP

    he has consistently refused to take. In Chile, Castro's remarks have further aggravated the troubles ...

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