American Foreign Policy, Current Documents

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Historical Division, Bureau of Public Affairs, 1965
 

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THE UNITED NATIONS SPECIALIZED AGENCIES
66
B Review and Improvement of the United Nations Machinery
75
General Treaty on Central American Economic Integration
81
We Favour a Prompt Solution of the Question Concerning
82
If We Are Serious About Preserving the United Nations
89
Resolution 1584 A B
95
Establishment of a Working Group To Examine the Adminis
102
Request for an Advisory Opinion of the International Court
110
Admission of the Mongolian Peoples Republic to Membership
116
Convocation of a Meeting of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign
118
God Grant That This Session of the General Assembly
124
ber 25 1961 126135
126
Address by the President Kennedy
132
We Are Not Pessimists and Do Not See the Horizon as Hope
135
United States Continued Opposition to the Representation
141
PeruvianUnited States Discussion of the Economic and Social
148
G Human Rights Pages
159
GermanUnited States Agreement To Continue Talks on Measures
168
THE ATLANTIC COMMUNITY AND WESTERN
177
Government Contributions Paid Pledged or Promised to Pro
179
Establishment of an Experimental ThreeYear United Nations
187
The Political Advantages and Economic Disadvantages Accruing
191
Implications of United States Acceptance of the International
194
Operations of the International Development Association During
207
Operations of the International Finance Corporation During
211
THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND
221
Announcement of the Presidents Modified State Visit
224
Operations of the International Development Association During
226
THE INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION
232
TARIFFS
236
K Developments in International Law 246247
246
Council of the OAS February 15 1961 257259
257
Reso
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America and the Caribbean Area 265340
265
mala Honduras and Nicaragua December 13 1960 Entered
268
CUBA
278
Measures To Be Taken by the United States Government To
284
Declaration to the People of Cuba and to the Peoples of America
287
United States Denial of Cuban Charges of United States Aggres
293
Com
299
If the Nations of This Hemisphere Should Fail To Meet Their
300
Prohibition of Cuban Access to Classified Sessions and Documents
306
United States Agreement To Release the Cuban Patrol Boat
313
Competence of the InterAmerican Peace Committee To Under
319
Document Submitted to the Inter
324
Greater Progress Than That Attained So Far Should
331
Excerpts 335336
335
The Obligation of Belgian Authorities To Prevent Congolese
340
The Alliance for Progress and Related Developments 341442
341
Members of Congress March 13 1961 Excerpt 343347
343
The InterAmerican Development Bank Will Be One of
351
United States Commitment to the LongRange Economic Devel
357
Establishment of the Social Progress Trust Fund Under
372
The Government of the United States Regards the Economic
380
Declaration to the Peoples of America Signed at Punta del Este
393
Bolivian Inquiry Concerning the United States Decision To Sell
410
Regional Conference of Chiefs of Mission Accredited to the Coun
417
Financing the Work of Task Forces To Be Appointed by
424
VenezuelanUnited States Determination To Achieve the
432
CanadianUnited States Relations 442451
442
CanadianUnited States Discussions Covering Broad Interna
449
E Antarctica 452465
452
AntarcticaMeasures in Furtherance of Principles and Objec
458
A The Atlantic CommunityEfforts To Achieve an Equitable
466
United States Preference for Multilateral Rather Than Bilateral
472
The Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration 532533
532
FrenchUnited States Discussion of The Principal Issues in
535
GREECE
541
AFRICA 703935
544
muniqué Issued at Hamilton Bermuda by the President of
547
EASTERN EUROPE 549554
549
Note Verbale From the U N SecretaryGeneral Hammar
552
Yugoslavia
553
THE SOVIET UNION 555670
555
A Efforts To Improve SovietUnited States UnderstandingPrepa
559
There Are No Plans for Any Meeting With Mr Khru
565
tary Salinger Palm Beach Florida April 3 1961
569
B Efforts To Improve SovietUnited States Understandingthe
574
The Aftermath of the KennedyKhrushchev Meeting
584
There Is Peace in Germany and in Berlin If It Is Disturbed
592
1961
594
The People of West Berlin Today Have FreedomIt
600
We Cannot and Will Not Permit the Communists To Drive
606
SovietUnited States Preliminary Review of a Cultural Exchange
612
United States Decision Not To Take Economic Countermeasures
618
The United States Government Expects the Soviet Government
626
People To Reassure You That We Are With You in
633
Termination of SovietUnited States Negotiations on a Civil
639
Soviet Temporary Deferment of Release of Military Personnel
644
The Regulation of Visits Into the German Democratic Republic
652
FourPower Agreement To Ascertain if There Exists a Reason
658
Embassy in Moscow September 17 1961
659
Replies Made by the Secretary
665
THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST 671701
671
The Central Treaty Organization CENTO
673
Compliance with the ArabIsrael General Armistice Agree
683
The United Nations Emergency Force Authorization of
690
F Relations with and Concerning Certain Countries of
692
Outline of a Plan for African Educational Development Signed
710
Resolution 1717 XVI
716
A North Africa 720748
720
In This Grave Hour for France I Want You To Know of
723
B Developments Affecting the Situation in the Republic
748
Conditions for Continued Participation of Certain AfroAsian
750
the Congo Léopoldville 748882
882
The Union of South Africa and SouthWest Africa 899926
899
E Status and Pending Independence of the Trust Territories
926
THE FAR EAST SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA 9371058
937
Problems of the Area 9441057
944
India 953960
953
Indonesia 960963
960
Korea 970982
970
Laos 9821030
982
Federation of Malaya
1030
Thailand 10361037
1036
VietNam 10421057
1042
E Status and Pending Independence of Trust Territories of
1057
Discussions on General Disarmament July 1729 1961 10791083
1079
United States Substantial Increase of Its Contribution Toward
1120
A Measures Taken To Redress the United States Unfavorable
1218
Export Controls and Policy
1249
THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE AND RELATED
1260
12601302
1314
THE INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION EDU
1324
THE ORGANIZATION
1344
B Appropriations
1352
Contributions to International Organizations
1362
Immigration and Visas
1370
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1375

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156. lappuse - In those States in which ethnic, religious or linguistic minorities exist, persons belonging to such minorities shall not be denied the right, in community with the other members of their group, to enjoy their own culture, to profess and practise their own religion, or to use their own language.
4. lappuse - Let the word go forth from this time and place, to friend and foe alike, that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans...
155. lappuse - Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and to freedom of association with others, including the right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests.
449. lappuse - No acts or activities taking place while the present Treaty is in force shall constitute a basis for asserting, supporting or denying a claim to territorial sovereignty in Antarctica or create any rights of sovereignty in Antarctica. No new claim, or enlargement of an existing claim, to territorial sovereignty in Antarctica shall be asserted while the present Treaty is in force.
5. lappuse - All this will not be finished in the first one hundred days. Nor will it be finished in the first one thousand days, nor in the life of this Administration, nor even perhaps in our lifetime on this planet. But let us begin.
5. lappuse - We dare not tempt them with weakness. For only when our arms are sufficient beyond doubt can we be certain beyond doubt that they will never be employed.
118. 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.
1. lappuse - In the councils of government we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex.
449. lappuse - Treaty may be modified or amended at any time by unanimous agreement of the Contracting Parties whose representatives are entitled to participate in the meetings provided for under Article IX.
452. lappuse - In the event of the conclusion of international agreements concerning the use of nuclear energy, including nuclear explosions and the disposal of radioactive waste material, to which all of the Contracting Parties whose representatives are entitled to participate in the meetings provided for under Article IX are parties, the rules established under such agreements shall apply in Antarctica.

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