Political Science Quarterly. Spring, 1991, Vol. 106 Issue 1, p17, 16 p.
United States. Congress -- Military policy, United States. Congress -- Political activity, Pueblo Incident, 1968 -- Political aspects, Presidents -- Political activity, Military policy -- United States, United States -- International relations, and United States
United States. Congress -- Management, Republican Party (United States) -- Political activity, United States -- Political aspects, and United States
The new Republican-dominated Congress convened with changes in the way both houses operate and with a policy of less interference. Nevertheless, more is required of Congress as it grapples with budget rules, the tax code and regulations.
Taliban -- Political activity, War on Terrorism, 2001- -- Political aspects, Monarchy -- Afghanistan, Afghanistan -- Politics and government, and United States
The 86-year-old exiled king of Afghanistan, who has spent decades in near-total isolation here, met with anti-Taliban military commanders of the Northern Alliance and an American congressional delegation at his [...]
The American Spectator. Nov, 1990, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p21, 4 p. cartoon
United States. Congress -- International relations, Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith -- Reports, New Alliance Party (United States) -- Political activity, Rainbow Lobby -- Political activity, Pressure groups -- United States, Military assistance, Congo (Kinshasa) -- Political aspects, United States, and Zaire
Commercial treaties -- Evaluation, Free Trade Agreement, 1988, United States-Canada, United States -- Economic policy, Canada -- Economic policy, United States, and Canada
Literature is replete with the history of conflict in the development of US trade policies. The provincial role in the market policy has been observed to be rather limited. However, ensuing international negotiations on domestic policy issues has recently encroached on the provincial jurisdiction of such market policies. Comparisons with Canada's trade policy revealed the significance of constitutional authority in ensuring that Congress will ultimately influence the outcome of negotiations in trade policy.
Issues in Science and Technology. Summer, 1990, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p25, 4 p.
European Economic Community -- International relations, European Union -- Economic policy, Single European market -- Economic aspects, United States -- International relations, United States, and Europe
State Legislatures. Jan, 1993, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p32, 3 p.
Legislative bodies -- Political aspects, Presidents -- Transition periods, United States -- Political aspects, and United States
The 1992 elections brought several changes to the country. The Democratic Party regained control of both the presidency and Congress after 12 years and Congress has 123 new members. Anticipated changes in policy direction caused by the election results are expected to create new risks, challenges and opportunities for state governments. Policy decisions on issues such as deficit reduction, mandate relief and health care reform will greatly influence the operation of state legislatures as components of the federal system.
The Christian Science Monitor. Jan 19, 1988, Vol. 80 Issue 36, p9. photograph
United States. Congress -- Military policy, Contras -- International relations, Sandinista National Liberation Front -- Political activity, Arias Plan, 1987, Nicaragua, Central America -- Political aspects, and United States