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Departmental Papers

Volume 181: debated on Friday 30 November 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs which of his Department's papers have been made available to the public since 1 October 1989.

Between 1 October 1989 and 30 September 1990, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office—excluding the Overseas Development Administration—made the following papers available to the public on request:


  • British Policy towards South Africa
  • Libya: Twenty Years After Qadhafi's Revolution
  • Namibia: Chronology April-September 1989
  • Namibia: Chronology October 1989-Independence
  • Nile Waters
  • President de Klerk's First Six Months: South African Chronology
  • Transport Routes in Southern Africa


  • Britain and Argentina: Restoring Relations
  • Central American Peace Process: Chronology February 1988–February 1990
  • Cuba: The Only One in Step?
  • Drugs in the Caribbean
  • Threats to the Amazon

Asia/Near and Middle East

  • Change in Mongolia
  • Events in Burma: Chronology
  • Islamic Resurgence
  • Israeli Policy and Practices in the Occupied Territories
  • Korea: Chronology of the North-South Dialogue
  • Repatriation of Vietnamese Boat People from Hong Kong
  • Sino-South Korean Relations
  • Vietnam 1990

Soviet Union and Eastern Europe

  • East Europe's Rejection of Communism
  • Environmental Pollution in the USSR and Eastern Europe
  • Environmental Pollution in the USSR
  • Environmental Pollution in Eastern Europe
  • Soviet Aid
  • Soviet and East European Aid to Special Friends
  • Soviet Foreign Trade
  • Soviet Policy in the Middle East
  • Who's Who in the USSR


  • Arms Control and Disarmament Quarterly Review No. 16
  • Arms Control and Disarmament Quarterly Review No. 17
  • Arms Control and Disarmament Quarterly Review No. 18
  • Arms Control Agreements
  • Arms Control and Defence: The Vital Issues
  • British Non-Proliferation Policy
  • Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions in Europe (MBFR): History of the Negotiations
  • Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
  • UK Role in Arms Control
  • Verification of Arms Control Agreements


  • Aid to the Developing World
  • World Food Supplies


  • AIDS: The Situation Worldwide
  • Annual Review of Consular Work 1989
  • Disposing of and Reducing Radioactive Waste
  • New Era for the Non-Aligned Movement
  • World Peace Council: A New Role?
  • World Population Issues