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Sept. 7 Burma Policy Hearing in U.S (r)
- Subject: Sept. 7 Burma Policy Hearing in U.S (r)
- From: zni@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue, 29 Aug 1995 21:03:00
Subject: Re: Sept. 7 Burma Policy Hearing in U.S. House of Representatives
Glad to see Professor Silverstein's name on the list. He is a very
powerful speaker,one of the most dedicated activists, and a great scholar:
the complete opposite of Robert Taylor of SOAS,London University.
Power to Silverstein!
>From: reaproy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Phil Robertson)
>Subject: Sept. 7 Burma Policy Hearing in U.S. House of Representatives
>To All Interested Persons,
>On September 7, 1995, the Subcommittee on Asia & the Pacific of the House
>International Relations Committee will hold a public hearing entitled
>"Recent Developments in Burma".
>The hearing will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in 2172 Rayburn
>House Office Building.
>The witness list is as follows:
>Deputy Assistant Secretary of State
> for East Asia and the Pacific
>U.S. State Department
>Human Rights Watch
>Professor Josef Silverstein
>U.S.-ASEAN Business Council
>The meeting is open to the public. For more information, you should contact
>the Subcommittee directly at (202) 226-7825.
>See you there,