Recent reports of the Congressional Research Service on various foreign affairs topics include the following (all pdf), obtained by Secrecy News. CRS does not makes its reports directly available to the public.
“Iraq: Oil and Gas Legislation, Revenue Sharing, and U.S. Policy,” updated July 25, 2007.
“Gangs in Central America,” updated August 2, 2007.
“Afro-Latinos in Latin America and Considerations for U.S. Policy,” updated July 13, 2007.
“Israeli-Arab Negotiations: Background, Conflicts, and U.S. Policy,” updated July 9, 2007.
“Turkey’s 2007 Elections: Crisis of Identity and Power,” updated July 11, 2007.
“The Kaesong North-South Korean Industrial Complex,” July 19, 2007.
“The Proposed South Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (KORUS FTA),” updated July 18, 2007.
“Cyprus: Status of U.N. Negotiations and Related Issues,” updated July 20, 2007.
“Pakistan-U.S. Relations,” updated July 23, 2007.
“Cambodia: Background and U.S. Relations,” updated July 18, 2007.
“China-U.S. Trade Issues,” updated July 20, 2007.
“The United Kingdom: Issues for the United States,” updated July 16, 2007.
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