American Foreign Policy, Current Documents

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Historical Division, Bureau of Public Affairs, 1962
 

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THE UNITED NATIONS SPECIALIZED AGENCIES
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B Review and Improvement of the United Nations Machinery
61
PeaceKeeping Operations
78
Resolution 1734 C XVI Adopted by the U N Gen
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Senate Committee on Foreign Relations February 6 1962
92
of Justice Concerning the Obligation of Members of the United
118
September 18 1962
122
II What the Soviet Union Would Have Us Admit to Our Halls
137
Statement Made by the U S Repre
145
Resolu
167
Representative Gardner in Committee II of the U N General
170
Adopted by the U N General Assembly December 18 1962
176
Reso
182
SelfDetermination and the Question
183
Assembly Resolution on Territories Under Portuguese Adminis
196
The Specialized Agencies
203
The International Civil Aviation Organization
217
THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION
236
THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION
242
Report of the National Advisory
255
12th Session of the General Conference of UNESCO Paris
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tions Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization Paris
273
The World Health Organization
279
K Developments in International
295
Resolution Approved
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B Political and Economic Developments in Central America
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Excerpts 313315
313
Final Act Signed January 31 1962 Excerpt 320331
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Mexico
330
the Extent of Their Commerce With the Castro Communist Gov
338
Statement Made by the U
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Court of Justice on the Legality of Measures Taken by the Eighth
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Excerpts 368
368
Address by the Soviet Minister of Foreign Affairs Gromyko
376
Statement
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Public Law 87733
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Communiqué Issued at
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Organization of American States Because of New and Serious
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October 23 1962 408
408
Statement Made by the Cuban Repre
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Nations SecretaryGeneral on a Satisfactory Solution of
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HI73 It Will Be Obvious That the Government of the United States
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TII79 Soviet Agreement Temporarily To Keep Soviet Vessels Bound
437
ment of State October 27 1962 412443
442
Message From the U
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Angel November 2 1962
451
bers of the Organization of American States Respecting the Situa
457
Letter From the Representatives
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Reply Made by the President Kennedy
469
MEXICO
476
THE WEST INDIES
481
Implementation of the Alliance for Progress the Charter
482
Joint Com
487
TI135 United States Allocation to Argentina and the Dominican
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State August 17 1962 502503
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Joint
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CanadianUnited States Relations
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THE ATLANTIC COMMUNITY AND WESTERN
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IT5 A French Atomic Deterrent Force Will Completely
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Western European United States Discussions on the Develop
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T13 Proposal for the Establishment in Western Europe of
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B The Challenge of European Regionalism to the Development
574
Address
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IT29 Review of Developments in United States Relations with
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IT35 The Interests of the Free World of the Atlantic Community
603
United Kingdom Membership in the European Economic Commun
612
Common Market Will Be Carried Forward in spite of
621
Problems of the Area 623641
623
Ti Termination of the Position of the United Nations Representa
651
F12 YugoslavCnited States Agreement To Begin Negotiations
659
THE SOVIET UNION 660745
660
A United StatesSoviet Continued Confrontation Over
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on the NBC Program Today January 22 1962 Excerpts
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Statement Read to Corre
690
Excerpts 698700
698
Reply
704
Troops From the Smaller Nations of the NATO and Warsaw
710
Note From
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sions From Brutalities Committed by East German Authorities
719
TI19 United States Support of the Legality of the Proceedings
725
TI51 United States Waiver of Travel Restrictions on Soviet Citizens
740
THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST 746784
746
FTI2 Tenth Session of the Economic Committee of the Central
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B The Palestine Refugee Problem 757767
757
768773
768
IRAN
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SAUDI ARABIA
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AFRICA 785984
785
Conference of Heads of State and Government of
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States
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B North Africa
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Address
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Developments Affecting the Situation in the Republic of
817
Be the Beginning of Another Constructive Phase in the Political
818
Katanga Authorities To Facilitate the Implementation
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Dean January 25 1962 825826
825
TIII46 The Difficulties of Our Revolutionary Experience Pale
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Letter Froin
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VIIIF0 United Nations Continued Opposition to Execution of
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Investigation of the Death of Dag Hammarskjold De
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FIII63 nited Nations Acceptance of the Report of the Commission
848
by the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organiza
855
UI6S Summary of the Léopoldville Discussions Between the Congo
863
Developments From the Collapse of the Léopoldville Dis
869
West Central and East Africa
920
E The Republic of South Africa and SouthWest Africa
927
Africa by South Africa
933
F Status and Pending Independence of Trust Territories
942
Rwanda and Burundi
969
Burma
1001
Hong Kong 10091013
1009
Indonesia
1027
The Kashmir Question 10431051
1043
Korea 10511065
1051
Laos 10661085
1066
Federation of Malaya 10861087
1086
VietNam 10961117
1096
West New Guinea 11181129
1118
DISARMAMENT EFFORTS AND THE PEACEFUL
1130
Developments During the First Phase of the Eighteen
1143
Developments During the Second Phase of the Eighteen
1190
Consideration of General Disarmament by the Seven
1215
The Problem of Effecting a Cessation of Nuclear Weapons
1228
The Problem of Preventing the Wider Dissemination
1313
F The Work of the International Atomic Energy Agency
1352
TARIFFS 13631449
1363
820
1437
and Assistance Public Law 480 Programs 14441449
1444
A The Foreign Assistance Program 14501497
1497
The ExportImport Bank 15041512
1504
THE INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION EDU
1513
THE ORGANIZATION FUNCTIONS AND
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457. lappuse - Nothing in the present Charter precludes the existence of regional arrangements or agencies for dealing with such matters relating to the maintenance of international peace and security as are appropriate for regional action, provided that such arrangements or agencies and their activities are consistent with the Purposes and Principles of the United Nations.
391. lappuse - That we should consider any attempt on the part of European powers to extend their system to any portion of this hemisphere as dangerous to our peace and safety...
301. lappuse - The principle that States shall settle their international disputes by peaceful means in such a manner that international peace and security and justice are not endangered. (c) The duty not to intervene in matters within the domestic jurisdiction of any State, in accordance with the Charter.
456. lappuse - If, in the opinion of any of the Parties, the inviolability or the integrity of the territory or the sovereignty or political independence...
443. lappuse - The first thing that needs to be done, however, is for work to cease on offensive missile bases in Cuba and for all weapons systems in Cuba capable of offensive use to be rendered inoperable, under effective United Nations arrangements.
551. lappuse - The United States has come to the conclusion that, to the extent feasible, basic military strategy in a possible general nuclear war should be approached in much the same way that more conventional military operations have been regarded in the past.
376. lappuse - If at any time the Communist buildup in Cuba were to endanger or interfere with our security in any way...
173. lappuse - With a view to the creation of conditions of stability and well-being which are necessary for peaceful and friendly relations among nations based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, the United Nations shall promote: a.
675. lappuse - Yet our basic goal remains the same: a peaceful world community of free and independent states, free to choose their own future and their own system so long as it does not threaten the freedom of others.
411. lappuse - America, the Organ of Consultation shall meet immediately in order to agree on the measures which must be taken in case of aggression to assist the victim of the aggression or, in any case, the measures which should be taken for the common defense and for the maintenance of the peace and security of the Continent.

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