2 edition of U.S. economic assistance for Laos -- stabilization program found in the catalog.
U.S. economic assistance for Laos -- stabilization program
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||92d Congress, 1st session. House report, no. 92-718|
|LC Classifications||HC443.L3 U613|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 24 p.|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||72601740|
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Prime Minister the United States would contribute up to $4 million to the Lao stabilization program and was pleased that the United Kingdom and France had also decided to contribute.
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Program design needs to account for the role of antigovernment elements. Data collection is a crucial part of program design and needs to be integrated from the outset. Evaluating the impact of complex stabilization programs in ways that can improve future programming is critical to economic development and national security.
About the Report.Foreign Relations,Volume XXIV, Laos Crisis Released by the Office of the Historian Documents Memorandum From Michael V. Forrestal of the National Security Council Staff to President Kennedy /1/. Washington, May 1, 1. The initial force involvement would include the 5, U.S.
ground forces (Battle Group and Marine Battalion) now in Thailand, plus required additional forces from Pacific Command resources, to a total of approximatelyU.S.
troops in Laos and an additional 8, U.S. supporting forces in Thailand.