Newly updated reports from the Congressional Research Service that have not been made readily available to the public include the following (all pdf).
“China’s Currency: Economic Issues and Options for U.S. Trade Policy,” updated January 9, 2008.
“Afghanistan: Post-War Governance, Security, and U.S. Policy,” updated January 14, 2008.
“Future of the Balkans and U.S. Policy Concerns,” updated January 10, 2008.
“Venezuela: Political Conditions and U.S. Policy,” updated January 11, 2008.
“Pakistan-U.S. Relations,” updated January 11, 2008.
“North Korea: Terrorism List Removal?,” updated January 14, 2008.
“Long-Range Ballistic Missile Defense in Europe,” updated January 9, 2008.
“Freedom of Information Act Amendments: 110th Congress,” updated January 7, 2008.
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