Documents on Disarmament

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Department of State, Historical Office, 1963
 

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Statement by Foreign Minister Gromyko to the Eighteen
94
Soviet Proposal Submitted to the Eighteen Nation Disarma
103
Statement by Secretary of State Rusk to the Eighteen Nation
142
Address by Premier Khrushchev at Moscow Election Rally
151
Statement by the Deputy United States Representative Stelle
160
Letter From Foreign Minister Couve de Murville to Acting
166
Procedure of Work of the Eighteen Nation Disarmament Com
176
Statement by Secretary of State Rusk to the Eighteen
190
Polish Memorandum Submitted to the Committee of the Whole
201
Statement by the Soviet Representative Zorin to the Eighteen
205
News Conference Statement by President Kennedy on TestBan
215
United States Proposal Submitted to the Eighteen Nation Dis
275
United StatesSoviet Working Draft Submitted to the Eighteen
289
Statement by the Soviet Representative Zorin to the Eight
305
Tests April 12 1962
330
United States Paper Submitted to the Eighteen Nation Dis
336
Statement by the United States Representative Dean to
342
United States Proposal Submitted to the Eighteen Nation Dis
351
Statement by the United States Representative Dean to
382
Statement by the Acting Ethiopian Representative Sahlu
394
Statement by the United States Representative Dean to
400
Statement by the Soviet Representative Zorin to the Test
413
Statement by the United States Representative Dean to
419
Statement by the Deputy Soviet Representative Tsarapkin
446
Statement by the United States Representative Dean to
456
Statement by the Acting United States Representative Stelle
506
Statement by the United Arab Republic Representative Has
514
Statement by the Burmese Representative Barrington to
521
Statement by the Soviet Representative Zorin to the Eighteen
532
Agreed Recommendations by Cochairmen on Arrangements
544
Statement by the British Representative Godber to the Eight
550
United StatesSoviet Proposal Submitted to the Eighteen
574
News Conference Remarks by Secretary of State Rusk Ex
581
Draft of Part I of Treaty Extract June 1 1962
583
Statement by the Soviet Representative Zorin to the Eighteen
595
Statement by the Soviet Government on United States High
605
Address by Secretary of State Rusk Before the New Hamp
614
Address by Secretary of Defense McNamara at the University
622
Message From ACDA Director Foster to the Accra World
628
Dis
631
News Conference Remarks by Secretary of State Rusk Ex
631
Statement by the Soviet Government on the Cessation of
631
United StatesSoviet Proposal Submitted to the Eighteen
631
Revised FourPower Draft Resolution Submitted to the First
631
Report by the Department of Defense on Project Vela July
633
Statement by the Department of State Regarding Premier
656
Statement by Secretary of State Rusk to the Eighteen
657
British Proposal Submitted to the Eighteen Nation Disarma
670
Recommendations by the Cochairmen Approved by the Eight
679
Statement by Secretary of State Rusk to the Eighteen Nation
688
Eco
697
United States Proposal Submitted to the Eighteen Nation Dis
699
British Paper Submitted to the Eighteen Nation Disarmament
706
Statement by the United States Representative Dean to
769
Statement by First Deputy Foreign Minister Kuznetsov to
776
Statement by the Soviet Government on the Question of
783
Interagency Coordination of Arms
788
Statement by the United States Representative Dean to
807
Statement by First Deputy Foreign Minister Kuznetsov to
820
Statement by the Acting United States Representative Stelle
821
News Conference Remarks by President Kennedy Extracts
829
Statement by the United States Representative Dean to
852
Remarks by the Chinese Communist Vice Premier Chen
863
Soviet Proposal Submitted to the Committee on Peaceful Uses
871
Statement by Assistant Secretary of Defense Nitze to the Pre
881
Statement by Secretary of State Rusk to the Preparedness
886
News Conference Remarks by the Chinese Communist Vice
890
Letter From Foreign Minister Gromyko to the President
909
Soviet Proposal Submitted to the Second Committee of
938
United States Memorandum Submitted to the First Committee
953
United States Memorandum Submitted to the First Committee
959
Thirtyseven Power Draft Resolution Submitted to the First
965
Letter From the United States Representative Stevenson
973
Message From President Kennedy to Premier Khrushchev
990
Message From Premier Khrushchev to President Kennedy
991
Message From President Kennedy to Premier Khrushchev
1000
Statement by the United States Representative Dean to
1016
The Urgent Need
1029
Statement by the Department of State on Nuclear Tests
1036
Izvestiya Article on Detection and Identification of Seismic
1042
Address by Secretary of State Rusk Before the Foreign Policy
1061
Statement by the Soviet Government November 21 1962
1071
Statement by the Ethiopian Representative GebreEgzy
1095
Statement by the Acting Swedish Representative Edberg
1104
Statement by the United States Representative Gore to
1116
Statement by the United States Representative Dean to
1133
Statement by the Soviet Representative Tsarapkin to
1144
Statement by the United States Representative Dean to
1154
Statements by the Soviet Representative Tsarapkin to
1161
British Proposal Submitted to the First Committee of the Gen
1167
United States Proposal Submitted to the First Committee
1178
Statement by the Acting United States Representative Stelle
1207
ber 10 1962 1197
1225
Question
1231
Letter From Premier Khrushchev to President Kennedy
1239
Address by ACDA Director Foster Before the Ann Arbor Arms
1254
Address by ACDA Director Foster Before the Pittsburgh
1265
Nassau Communiqué by President Kennedy and Prime Minister
1274
Second Annual Report of the United States Arms Control
1280
Bibliography
1323
Topical List of Documents
1332
United Nations Consultative Group Study on Economic
1337
Economic
1338
News Conference Remarks by Secretary of State Rusk Ex
1341
Index
1343

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375. lappuse - The programme for general and complete disarmament shall ensure that: States will have at their disposal only those non-nuclear armaments, forces, facilities, and establishments as are agreed to be necessary to maintain internal order and protect the personal security of citizens; and that States shall support and provide agreed manpower for a United Nations peace force.
124. lappuse - The Security Council shall be so organized as to be able to function continuously. Each member of the Security Council shall for this purpose be represented at all times at the seat of the organization.
614. lappuse - Brazil, Burma, Ethiopia, India, Mexico, Nigeria, Sweden and the United Arab Republic...
803. lappuse - Treaty undertakes furthermore to refrain from causing, encouraging, or in any way participating in, the carrying out of any nuclear weapon test explosion, or any other nuclear explosion...
142. lappuse - ... accompanied by the establishment of reliable procedures for the peaceful settlement of disputes and effective arrangements for the maintenance of peace in accordance with the principles of the United Nations Charter.
124. lappuse - Council may establish such subsidiary organs as it deems necessary for the performance of its functions.
963. lappuse - ... an explicit threat to the peace and security of all the Americas, in flagrant and deliberate defiance of the Rio Pact of 1947, the traditions of this nation and Hemisphere, the Joint Resolution of the 87th Congress, the Charter of the United Nations, and my own public warnings to the Soviets on September 4 and 13.
933. lappuse - ... as well as to the Security Council and the General Assembly of the United Nations.
805. lappuse - Treaty, it shall enter into force on the date of the deposit of their instruments of ratification or accession. 5. The Depositary Governments shall promptly inform all signatory and acceding States of the date of each signature, the date of deposit of each instrument of ratification of and accession to this Treaty, the date of its entry into force, and the date of receipt of any requests for conferences or other notices.
805. lappuse - Russian texts are equally authentic, shall be deposited in the archives of the Depositary Governments. Duly certified copies of this Treaty shall be transmitted by the Depositary Governments to the Governments of the signatory and acceding States. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned, duly authorized, have signed this Treaty.

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