World Policy Institute
- 1997 (Creation)
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Textual Record. 32 pp.
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The Humanitarian Project was founded by Arnold Kohen, with support from figures such as Anderson, Bishop Paul Moore Jr of New York, and others.
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U.S. Arms Transfers to Indonesia 1975-1997: Who's influencing whom?
by William D. Hartung and Jennifer Washburn (Arms Trade Resource Center, World Policy Institute)
- Introduction: The issue of arms to Indonesia heats up
- In the Beginning: Kissinger's Green Light, stepped up weapons shipments
- From Carter to Clinton: A steady traffic in arms to Jakarta
- How important are U.S. arms to Indonesia?
- The Pending F-16 Sale
- Financing Offsets: who will pick up the tab?
- The role of congress, the Code of Conduct Bill, and Arms exporter Campaign spending: who's influencing whom?
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Originals found at Bishop's University.