§ Sir John Page
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs which of his Department's papers have been made available to the public since October 1985.
§ Mr. Eggar
Since 1 October 1985 the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (excluding the Overseas Development Administration) has made the following papers available to the public on request:
- African Famine
- Apartheid: Past and Present
- Libya: Second International Conference against Imperialism
- Libyan State Terrorism
- Namibia: Chronology, July-December 1985
- The OAU and the Plan for Africa
- Qadhafi and Irish Terrorism
- The Southern African Development Coordination Conference (SADCC)
- Britain and Argentina: Towards More Normal Relations
- British Connexions with Texas
- Claims to the Falkland Islands
- Hispanic Americans
- The Relationship of the Anglophone Caribbean with Other Non-English Speaking States in the Caribbean
- Afghanistan Report: International Concern
- Afghanistan at the United Nations
- Afghanistan: The UN-sponsored Talks
- Afghanistan Report: Military Situation
- Afghanistan: Human Rights Report
- Afghanistan: Tradition and the Revolutionary Process
- Afghanistan: Change at the Top
- China-UK: Basic Chronology 1950–55
- China: Energy Prospects
- China: Reform and Its Repercussions
- The Japanese Debate on Education Reform
- The Kurdish Problem
- The Question of Cambodia at the UN Commission on Human Rights from 1978
- The Mongolian People's Republic: General Information
- Sovietisation of Afghanistan
- Soviet Activities in the Indian Ocean
- The Soviet Union's Asian Overtures
- Vietnam in 1986: Obstacles to Change
- CSCE: Cultural Forum, Budapest 1985
- East European Energy Prospects
Near and Middle East
- Arab-Israeli and Lebanon Chronology: August-December 1985
- Guide to Middle East Peace Plans
- New Soviet Party Programme.
- Soviet Bloc Aid to Special Friends.
- The Soviet Economy, 1985–86.
- Soviet Education: The 1984 School Reform.
- Soviet Energy Prospects.
- Soviet Fishing off the Developing Countries.
- Soviet Foreign Trade in 1984.
- Soviet Party Congress.
- Soviet Union: Continued Repression of Dissent.
- Unsolved Problems in Soviet Society.
- Berlin: 25 Years of the Wall.
- Copenhagen Peace Congress, 1986.
- Copenhagen Peace Congress: Further Preparations.
- International Terrorism: The European Response.
- Arms Control and Disarmament Newsletter No. 25.
- Arms Control and Disarmament Newsletter No. 26.
- Arms Control and Disarmament Quarterly Review No. 1.
- Arms Control and Disarmament Quarterly Review No. 2.
- Chemical and Biological Weapons: Negotiations for an International Ban.
- Defence and Disarmament Issues (revised leaflets prepared in conjunction with MOD).
- Aid to the Developing World.
- International Debt Problems of Developing Countries.
- World Food Supplies.
- World Shipping Prospects.
- World Oil Supplies.
- The Balance between Civil and Political Rights and Economic and Social Rights: Origins of the Human Rights Declaration.
- The Commonwealth: An Estimation of its Value.
- Government Policy on Overseas Students.
- Internal Review of the British Government and British Council Funded Student Schemes.
- International Reaction to Terrorism.
- Notes on some Major International Space and Satellite Organisations and Spacecraft.
- Remote Sensing of the Earth from Space.
- The role of the International Atomic Energy Agency following the Third Review Conference of the Non-Proliferation Treaty: An Exchange of Letters.