Documents on Disarmament

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Department of State, Historical Office, 1961
 

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Statement by the United States Representative Wadsworth
112
The Veto
118
United States Paper Submitted to the Ten Nation Committee
126
Letter From Premier Khrushchev to President Eisenhower
132
Note From the American Embassy to the Soviet Foreign Min
140
83
147
United States Proposal Submitted to the Geneva Conference
153
Proposed Meeting
165
Statement by the Soviet Representative Tsarapkin at
172
Message From the Chinese Communist Premier Chou to
180
Official Report to the Secretary of State by the United States
188
Letter From the United States Representative Lodge to
199
Western Report to the Disarmament Commission August
208
Statement by the United States Representative Lodge to
214
Disarmament Commission Resolution August 18
224
Basic
241
Address by the Canadian Prime Minister Diefenbaker to
248
Address by the Danish Foreign Minister Krag to the Gen
260
Address by Prime Minister Macmillan to the General
271
Statement by the Soviet Representative Tsarapkin at
277
Statement by the United States Representative Wadsworth
296
Statement by the Soviet Representative Tsarapkin at
302
Polish Draft Resolution Introduced in the First Committee
325
TenPower Draft Resolution Introduced in the First Com
343
Replies by Premier Khrushchev to Questions by Pravda
349
African Draft Resolution Introduced in the First Committee
365
Prevention of
373
Geneva Confer
388
Bibliography
404
100
417
List of Abbreviations
xiv
State of the Union Address by President Kennedy to the Con
16
Statement by President Kennedy Regarding the Geneva Con
33
Statement by the Soviet Representative Tsarapkin at
42
Defense Message From President Kennedy to the Congress
65
Statement by Foreign Minister Gromyko to the First Com
79
General Assembly Resolution 1617 XV April 21 1961 126
126
Statement by the Soviet Representative Tsarapkin at
134
Address by Premier Khrushchev to the Armenian Supreme
143
Address by President Kennedy to the Canadian Parliament
149
AngloAmerican Proposal Submitted at the Geneva Confer
161
RadioTelevision Address by Premier Khrushchev on
173
United States Note to the Soviet Union Regarding the Nuclear
189
United States Draft Statement Submitted During the Bilateral
196
Address by Premier Khrushchev at SovietVietnamese Friend
213
Soviet Note to the United States Regarding the Nuclear Test
227
Address by Premier Khrushchev to Graduates of Soviet Mili
237
United States Draft Statement Submitted During the Bilateral
246
RadioTelevision Address by President Kennedy on the Berlin
258
Statement by the Soviet Government on the Resumption
337
White House Statement on the Resumption of Soviet Tests
348
Statement by President Kennedy on the Resumption of Under
355
Japanese Note to the United States on Nuclear Tests Sep
362
Report by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the Dis
363
Statement and Declaration by the Belgrade Conference of Non
374
Message From the Belgrade Conference of Nonaligned Coun
383
Statement by the Acting United States Representative Stelle
392
Weapon Tests September 9 1961
403
Letter From President Kennedy to President Soekarno of
426
White House Statement on First American Nuclear Test in
438
Statement by the Soviet Government on the Bilateral Talks
444
Report by the Congressional Conference Committee on
458
Address by President Kennedy to the General Assembly Sep
465
United States Declaration Submitted to the General
475
Arms Control and Disarmament Act September 23 1961
482
Statement by President Kennedy on the Arms Control and Dis
495
Memorandum of the Soviet Government on the Question
505
Report by Presidential Adviser McCloy to President Kennedy
513
Address by Premier Khrushchev at the Twentysecond Con
527
Bomb October 17 1961
536
Address by Deputy Secretary of Defense Gilpatric to the Busi
542
Report of
550
Continuation
568
Statement by the Soviet Representative Tsarapkin to
574
Statement by the United States Representative Dean to
580
Statement by the United States Representative Dean to
587
United States Note to the Soviet Union on Resumption
594
Soviet Note to the United States on Resumption of Geneva
635
Statement by the French Representative Legendre to
637
Joint Communiqué by President Kennedy and Chancellor
645
Statement by the Soviet Government in Connection With
659
Statements by the United States Representative Dean
665
Statement by the Soviet Representative Tsarapkin at
674
Statement by the United States Representative Yost to
691
Statements by the Acting United States Representative Stelle
697
Commission of Soviet Nuclear Tests December 9 1961
706
Statement by the Acting United States Representative Stelle
713
Statement by the Soviet Government on the Nuclear TestBan
719
Statement by the Soviet Representative Zorin to the First
725
Statement by the Vice Chairman of the China Peace Com
731
International
738
First Annual Report of the United States Arms Con
745
Bibliography
771
Topical List of Documents
777
429
780
Statement by President Kennedy on Nuclear Tests November
782
Index
783
431
787

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376. lappuse - All peoples may, for their own ends, freely dispose of their natural wealth and resources without prejudice to any obligations arising out of international economic co-operation, based upon the principle of mutual benefit, and international law. In no case may a people be deprived of its own means of subsistence.
83. lappuse - Each of the Parties to this 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...
119. lappuse - Nations for its official use. It is understood, however, that articles imported under such exemption will not be sold in the country into which they were imported except under conditions agreed with the Government of that country; (c) exempt from customs duties and prohibitions and restrictions on imports and exports in respect of its publications.
118. lappuse - The United Nations shall possess juridical personality. It shall have the capacity : (a) to contract ; (b) to acquire and dispose of immovable and movable property ; (c) to institute legal proceedings.
378. lappuse - Treaty shall be registered by the depositary Government pursuant to Article 102 of the Charter of the United Nations.
106. lappuse - During and after the implementation of the programme of general and complete disarmament, there should be taken, in accordance with the principles of the United Nations Charter, the necessary measures to maintain international peace and security, including the obligation of States to place at the disposal of the United Nations agreed manpower necessary for an international peace force to be equipped with agreed types of armaments.
376. lappuse - Conference shall elect a President and such other officers as may be required at the beginning of each session. They shall hold office for the duration of the session.
87. lappuse - Agreement between the Governments of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United States of America, and the United Kingdom on the zones of occupation in Germany and on the administration of Greater Berlin...
468. lappuse - To destroy arms, however, is not enough. We must create even as we destroy— creating worldwide law and law enforcement as we outlaw worldwide war and weapons.
102. lappuse - Amendments to the present charter shall come into force for all members of the United Nations when they have been adopted by a vote of two-thirds of the members of the General Assembly and ratified in accordance with their respective constitutional processes by twothirds of the members of the United Nations, including all the permanent members of the Security Council.

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