Nov 14, 2001

FOREIGN AID CONFEREES ADD SAFEGUARDS TO PRESIDENTIAL AUTHORITY TO WAIVE SECTION 907
Rejecting Intense Pressure from the Administration, Panel Reserves Right to Review and Amend Presidential Waiver Authority

Oct 31, 2001

HOUSE PANEL DEFEATS AMENDMENT TO BLOCK U.S. FINANCING FOR BAKU-CEYHAN ENERGY PIPELINES THAT EXCLUDE ARMENIA
Financial Services Committee Votes 24 to 20 Against Amendment Offered by Rep. Joe Crowley

Oct 30, 2001

CROWLEY COUNTERS AZERBAIJANI PRESSURE TO EXCLUDE ARMENIA FROM CASPIAN ENERGY PIPELINES
New York Congressman Seeks to Prevent U.S. Taxpayer Funding for Pipelines that Circumvent Armenia

Oct 29, 2001

ANCA WORKING TO REVERSE SENATE ACTION WEAKENING SECTION 907
Senate Amendment Lacks Effective "Sunset" Clause Senate Amendment Includes no Prohibition on Azerbaijan's use of U.S. Arms against Karabagh

Oct 24, 2001

SENATE VOTES TO ALLOW PRESIDENTIAL WAIVER OF SECTION 907
Under Pressure from State Department, Senate Rejects Calls from Armenian American Community and President Robert Kocharian to Maintain Section 907 in its Current Form

Oct 18, 2001

ALIYEV THREAT TO ATTACK KARABAGH SPARKS RENEWED CONCERN OVER PROPOSED U.S. MILITARY AID TO BAKU
Azerbaijani President, Defense Minister, and Foreign Minister have all Called for Military Solution to Nagorno Karabagh

Oct 17, 2001

REP. PALLONE URGES CONGRESS TO MAINTAIN SECTION 907 IN ITS CURRENT FORM
Describes as “Unfortunate” Secretary Powell's Letter Calling for U.S. Military Aid to Azerbaijan