American Foreign Policy: Current Documents

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Department of State, 1959
 

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Excerpt 6064
60
The United States Position on the Question of Review of
69
Continuation of the United Nations General Assembly Com
75
Question of the Consistent Application of the Principle
81
The United Nations Budget Pages
84
Resolution 1435
90
800801
91
PART VIContinued
93
General Assembly September 21 1959 106114
106
Question of the Representation of Hungary in the United
115
F Human Rights Pages
132
Continuing Consideration of Draft International Covenants
139
Continuing Consideration of a Draft Convention on Freedom
146
Appeal for Improvement of the Legal Status of Refugees
159
The Food and Agriculture Organization
163
Effects of the European Economic Community on the Develop
164
THE INTERGOVERNMENTAL MARITIME CONSULTATIVE
180
Request for an Increase in the United States Capital Subscrip
206
United States Hopes for Sufficient Progress at the Foreign
209
Authorization for an Increase in the United States Capital Sub
216
Association
221
United States Conception of the Role of the Proposed Inter
223
THE INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION
232
THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION
247
Lifting of Restrictions Applicable to United States Passports
260
United States Support of the United Nations General Assembly
272
Operations of the International Monetary Fund During
274
THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
284
Third Congress of the World Meteorological Organization
301
FrenchUnited States Review of Policies in Areas of Mutual
308
WESTERN HEMISPHERE DEVELOPMENTS
316
lution Approved by the Council of the OAS March 15 1959 319320
319
The Prospects for an EastWest Summit Meeting in the Light
320
America Mexico and the Caribbean Area Including Peace
326
Regional Conference of United States Chiefs of Mission
333
United States Support of the Request of the Government
336
United States Concern With Respect to the Provisions for Com
342
United States Support of the Proposal for a Meeting of Con
348
Council of the OAS July 13 1959
352
The November 7 1954 U S Air Force B29 Incident Hok
357
Final Act of the Fifth Meeting of Consultation of Ministers
359
United States Support of Constructive Measures To Serve
370
United States Mexican Exchange Views on Matters of Mutual
375
Pakistani United States Review of Worldwide Political Ques
381
The Historical Basis for Friendly CubanUnited States Relations
382
Measures Taken To Intensify Enforcement of Laws Governing
384
United States Continued Recognition of the Titular Sovereignty
390
Measures Taken and Proposed for the Economic Develop
393
United States Suggestions for Promoting the Economic Develop
397
FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICYTRADE
400
Conditions Affecting the Extent of United States Participation
403
United States Views on the Respective Merits of Recourse
405
A General
406
Establishment of the InterAmerican Development
407
United States Opposition to Any United Nations General
418
United States Observations on the Initial Reports of Rebellion
430
Establishment of the National Advisory Committee on Inter
432
Agreement Establishing the InterAmerican Development Bank
440
The United States Position Respecting the SinoIndian Border
444
Refutation of Soviet Charges Regarding the Nature of United
458
Establishment of a Preparatory Committee for the Inter
469
Request for Authorization of United States Membership
470
Report of the United Nations Security Council Subcommittee
471
Recommendation of Congressional Approval of United States
476
PROGRESS TOWARD A LATIN AMERICAN Common MARKET
485
F Implications of the Soviet Economic Offensive Including
493
United States Consideration of Alternatives to Ineffective
495
Second Meeting of the CanadaUnited States Ministerial Com
505
WESTERN EUROPE
512
Establishment and Terms of Reference of the Technical Working
514
the North Atlantic Council Paris May 7 1959 519520
519
State
523
The United States Position Regarding an Increase in the Con
525
B European Regional OrganizationsCurrency Convertibility
529
Government December 27 1958 531532
531
Preparations for convening an International Scientific Con
546
ment Issued by the OEEC Paris December 27 1958 553554
553
Inner Six Review of the Proposals Regarding a European
561
Suggested Program for Solving the Problem of a European
569
Resolution
575
The Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration
577
The Problems of Germany Berlin and European Security
588
Legislative History of the_Mutual Security Authorization
593
The Basic Differences Between the United States and Soviet
601
The Problems of an Agenda for the Proposed Foreign Ministers
607
The United States Position on the Right of MilitarySupply
610
The Prospects for a Summit Conference in the Light of Soviet
616
United States Views on the MacmillanKhrushchev Talks
622
The EisenhowerMacmillan Discussion of Matters of Mutual
634
Soviet Insistence on_Observation of a 10000Foot Ceiling
640
Developments During the First Phase of the Foreign
649
The Two Endeavors of the Foreign Ministers Conference
652
Foreign Minister Gromyko at the Fifth Session of
663
Soviet Refutation of the United States Analysis of the Legal
671
Soviet Views on the Questions of AllGerman Elections
678
Soviet Agreement to Inclusion of Provisions in a German
684
PART XContinued
691
The Prospects for Holding a Heads of Government Conference
697
Soviet Refutation of the Western Powers Interpretation of
704
of the Foreign Ministers Conference Geneva June 19 1959 713714
713
Developments During the Recess of the Foreign Min
717
Soviet Clarification of Its Proposals for an Interim Agreement
721
Developments During the Second Phase of the Foreign
727
Distinctions To Be Made Between the Soviet Proposals
734
Herter at the Twentysecond Session of the Foreign Ministers
736
United States Objection to the Soviet ThreeFold Strategy
742
Address
749
Com
759
Status of the Berlin Problem Following the EisenhowerKhrush
761
E Relations With Certain Countries and Concerning Certain
765
Issued by the Department of State February 19 1959
775
of Meetings Between the President of the French Republic
780
See also docs 308 321 326 391 523 524 525 and 529
781
ITALY
788
ItalianUnited States Detailed Discussion of All Important
789
717726
796
Czechoslovakia
800
Message
807
United States Rejection of the Hungarian Governments Note
815
Hungary
816
Assembly December 8 1959 Excerpts 828836
828
Poland
837
Statement Made
844
Rumania
850
Agreement Supplementing the United StatesYugoslav Surplus
859
Prica August 25 1959 861864
861
Eisenhower September 3 1959
914
Developments During Chairman Khrushchevs Visit in
921
Developments Following Chairman Khrushchevs Visit in
931
Address by the Chairman of
934
French Preference for Postponement of an EastWest Summit
938
Joint Communiqué Issued
945
The Western Powers Agreement on the Holding of an EastWest
946
E Cultural Technical and Educational Exchanges
950
Agreement Between the United States and the U S S R on
957
Memorandum on Cooperation Between the United States and
971
The Challenge of the Soviet Unions SevenYear Program
980
The KhrushchevDillon Discussion of United StatesSoviet
989
G Aircraft and Shipping Incidents
994
The September 2 1958 U S Air Force Transport C130
995
The February 26 1959 Transatlantic Cables Incident Soviet
1001
The September 2 1958 U S Air Force Transport C130
1008
THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST
1013
IranianUnited States Agreement for Cooperation in Pro
1023
B The United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine
1030
Made by the U S Representative Hancher in the Special
1041
Fourth
1048
The Obligation of All Members of the United Nations To Share
1059
F Relations With Certain Countries of the Area
1064
IRAN
1065
Pakistan
1073
United States Support of the Legitimate Aspirations of
1080
North Africa
1085
A North Africa
1096
Resolution
1101
MoroccanUnited States Examination of the World Situation
1107
B Central and Southern Africa
1109
Statement Made by the U
1111
Resolution 1359
1117
Status and Pending Independence of the Trust Territories
1122
The Future of the Trust Territory of the Cameroons Under
1126
The Future of the Trust Territory of the Cameroons Under
1133
Date of the Independence of the Trust Territory of Togoland
1138
THE FAR EAST SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA 11441256
1144
A Activities of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization
1152
11571158
1157
The Colombo Plan
1158
United States Observations on the Chinese Communists Dis
1164
Congressional Opposition to the Representation of the Chinese
1176
Resolution 1353 XIV Adopted by
1187
United States Support of a Peaceful Settlement of the SinoIndian
1191
IndianUnited States Review of Common Ideals and Objectives
1197
India
1199
Progress in Negotiation of a New JapaneseUnited States
1205
Korea
1212
Resolution 1455 XIV Adopted by
1222
The Forms of United States Assistance to Laos and the Extent
1226
Laos
1230
Establishment of a Subcommittee of the United Nations Security
1232
United States Rejection of the Soviet Proposal for Reconvening
1238
Security Council Illueca November 4 1959 Excerpts 12411244
1241
Arrangements for the Transfer of Portions of the United States
1247
The Importance to the United States of the Security and Progress
1255
DISARMAMENT ATOMIC ENERGY AND
1257
Reply Made
1262
Soviet Proposal for a ThreeStage Program of General and Com
1268
United States Observations on the Soviet Proposal for General
1275
B The Problem of Effecting a Cessation of Nuclear Weapons
1283
United States Offer To Withdraw the Demand for Progress
1285
Soviet Demand for Veto_Rights in Substantive Decisions
1291
DEVELOPMENTS During RECESS II OF THE GENEVA CONFERENCE
1302
DEVELOPMENTS DURING PHASE III OF THE GENEVA CONFERENCE Pages
1303
United States Willingness To Explore the Proposal of a Pre
1309
United States Preference for Negotiation of an Atmospheric
1318
United States Extension of Voluntary Suspension of Nuclear
1325
Developments During Phase V of the Geneva Conference
1331
Soviet Agreement to a Study of New Seismic Data Obtained
1338
Statement
1342
United States Preparations for the Technical Study of
1349
Establishment and Terms of Reference of the Technical Work
1356
Report of the Technical Working Group of the Conference
1360
Accomplishments of the Geneva Conference on the Discontinu
1366
DEVELOPMENTS DURING RECESS V OF THE GENEVA
1375
The Problem of Providing Safeguards Against Surprise
1376
The Problem of Guaranteeing the Use of Outer Space for Peaceful
1381
United States Endorsement and Proposals for Implementation
1390
E The Problem of Regulating the Number of Countries Possess
1397
G The Work of the International Atomic Energy Agency and
1405
The Third General Conference of the International Atomic
1408
Providing for the Carrying Out of Certain Provisions of
1415
FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICYTRADE
1424
Recommendations for a Combined Governmental and Private
1432
The Need To Reduce Production Costs in Order To Liberalize
1449
TARIFFS
1450
Import Controls and Policy
1455
The Need for a Mandatory System of Control of Petroleum
1461
Export Controls and Policy
1467
E The Trade Agreements Program
1477
F The Food for Peace and Agricultural Trade Development
1489
Recommended Extension and Amendment of the Agricultural
1498
Shortcomings of the Agricultural Trade Development
1516
G The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
1517
tracting Parties to the General Agreement on Tariffs
1527
THE MUTUAL SECURITY AND OTHER FOREIGN
1534
Review of the Mutual Security ProgramPreliminary Analysis
1549
Executive Order
1566
Review of the Mutual Security ProgramEconomic Assistance
1584
Letter
1665
the Staff of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations 16741675
1674
The Problem of Preventing the Mutual Security and Related
1680
State
1686
Status of the Investment Guarantee Program as of December
1692
E LendLease
1703
THE INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION EDU
1704
Appropriations for the United States Information Agency
1710
B Evaluation and Reports of Progress
1728
Measures Taken by the United States Information Agency
1736
Appraisal of Educational Exchange Activities Under Public
1743
THE ORGANIZATION FUNCTIONS
1745
Activities of the United States Information Agency January
1752
THE ORGANIZATION FUNCTIONS AND OPER
1757
Supplemental Appropriations for the Department of State
1766
Contributions
1767
25 1959
1771
The Need for Legislation To Permit Limitations on the Issuance
1779
Public
1785
E Immigration and Visas
1786
Public
1797
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1818
817818
1826
316320
1827

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