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“Foreign Relations of the U.S.” series falls further behind schedule

State Dept Series Falls Farther Behind Schedule, by Steven Aftergood, Secrecy News (December 22nd, 2009).

The U.S. State Department’s official Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) series had another disappointing year in 2009 with only two softcopy volumes published to date, including one released last week on “Global Issues, 1973-1976.”

…a third FRUS volume on “Foreign Economic Policy, 1973-1976” [should] appear before the end of the year, and at least one other in January 2010…. There are four Vietnam volumes alone that should be published in 2010.

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