October 1998 India
Special Weapons News
- INDIA / PAKISTAN Voice of America 20 October 1998 -- IN INDIA, POLITICAL ANALYSTS SAY THE MOST-SIGNIFICANT OUTCOME OF THE RECENTLY-CONCLUDED TALKS BETWEEN INDIA AND PAKISTAN IS THE AGREEMENT BY BOTH SIDES TO CONTINUE THE DIALOGUE.
- CONGRESS MOVING TO WAIVE SANCTIONS ON INDIA, PAKISTAN USIA 19 October 1998 -- If the U.S. Congress votes to pass the massive omnibus spending package, sanctions imposed in June on India and Pakistan for
nuclear weapons testing may be waived by the president.
- PAK-INDIA TALKS Voice of America 19 October 1998 -- THE PEACE TALKS BETWEEN INDIA AND PAKISTAN THAT ENDED SUNDAY DID LITTLE TO EASE GLOBAL CONCERNS ABOUT THE NUCLEAR THREAT IN SOUTH ASIA.
- INDIA TALKS Voice of America 18 October 1998 -- THE FOREIGN SECRETARIES OF PAKISTAN AND INDIA HAVE ENDED THREE-DAYS OF PEACE TALKS IN ISLAMABAD BY AGREEING TO MEET AGAIN IN FEBRUARY.
- Statement by Mr. Sharad Pawar at the General Debate of First Committee, United Nations General Assembly October 14, 1998 - Current developments aimed at incorporating space as an integral dimension of Warfare, and in the field of ballistic missile defneses, do not augur well for the prevention of an arms race in outer space.
- PAKISTAN / INDIA TALKS Voice of America 12 October 1998 -- THE UPCOMING TALKS BETWEEN THE FOREIGN SECRETARIES OF PAKISTAN AND INDIA ARE AN IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENT.
- CLINTON VETO / INDIA-PAK Voice of America 06 October 1998 -- A PLAN TO EXEMPT FOOD CREDITS FROM U-S ECONOMIC SANCTIONS ON INDIA AND PAKISTAN THAT WERE IMPOSED AFTER THE TWO NATIONS CONDUCTED NUCLEAR TESTS WILL BE KILLED, BUT MAY BE REVIVED WHEN THE CONGRESS SENDS THE PRESIDENT AN OMNIBUS SPENDING BILL.
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