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U.S. relations with Panama and Operation Just Cause

U.S. relations with Panama and Operation Just Cause.
Farmington Hills, Mich. : Gale, a Cengage Company, 2021
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1 online resource (427 Manuscripts; 20,123 pages)
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Date range of documents: 1980-1992.
Reproduction of the originals from George H.W. Bush Presidential Library.
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This collection concerns United States relations with Panama, particularly Operation Just Cause and its aftermath. In December 1989, following attacks on members of the U.S. armed forces stationed in Panama, the United States struck back in Operation Just Cause to restore democratic institutions in Panama and arrest Panamanian President Manuel Noriega for his role in international drug smuggling. The brief military operation proved successful, and Noriega, after first alluding capture and taking refuge in the Papal Nuncio's residence, surrendered to U.S. authorities. He was transported back to the United States, stood trial on numerous drug-related charges, and was convicted and sentenced to prison. This collection includes letters, memoranda, reports, papers, cables, and notes related to all aspects of our relations with Panama.
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United States relations with Panama and Operation Just Cause.
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Economic Policy Council
Legal Counsel's Office
National Security Council
Office of Chief of Staff
Office of Speechwriting
Press Office
Press Office-Fitzwater
White House Chief of Staff
White House Counsel's Office
White House Office of Cabinet Affairs
White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs
White House Office of Legislative Affairs
White House Office of Management and Administration
White House Office of Personnel
White House Office of Policy Development
White House Office of Public Liaison
White House Office of Records Management.
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