August 2005
Background Notes on Countries of the World: Guyana;Aug2005, p7
Country Report
Country Report
Focuses on the foreign relation of Guyana with the U.S. as of August 2005. Foreign policy of the U.S. toward Guyana; Effort of Guyana to respect human rights; Actions taken by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to combat the spread of HIV/AIDS in Guyana.


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