Tuesday, October 7, 1997

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  • Secret Documents

    Government officials in Washington have had a long, and well known, penchant for secrecy, especially in the foreign policy arena. But with the end of the Cold War, human rights and free speech advocates are stepping up their pressure on official Washington to open up and share their knowledge with the rest of world.

  • Burma

    Burmese democracy activists have long charged that the military regime in the Asian country has been deeply involved in the illegal trafficking of heroin. Now a new report in The Nation magazine this week not only examines official Burmese government corruption, but ties US investment banks to the dirty business of laundering drug money.

  • Whitewater

    The Supreme Court yesterday denied an appeal by a conservative, non-profit citizens group seeking access to President Clinton’s videotaped testimony at the trial of his Whitewater business partners. Citizens United had requested the unedited videotape of Clinton’s testimony last year in the trial in which his two former business partners — James and Susan McDougal — and his successor as governor of Arkansas were convicted of conspiracy and fraud.

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