Legislation on Foreign Relations Through ..., Volume 2

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1988 - United States

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Contents

claims settlement funds
30
Recovery of damages incurred as a result of Soviet
32
Report on personnel of Soviet state trading enterprises
33
Accountability Review Boards amends other legislation Sec 157 Prohibition on certain employment at United States diplomatic and consular missions...
34
Report on employment of foreign nationals at foreign service posts abroad
35
Counterintelligence polygraph screening of Diplomatic Security Service personnel
36
Part DPERSONNEL MATTERS Sec 171 Commission to study Foreign Service personnel system
37
Compensation for certain State Department officials
38
Extension of limited appointments amends other legislation
39
Prohibition on member of a Foreign Service union negotiating on behalf of the Department of State
40
Compliance with law requiring reports to Congress
41
Title VIIInternational Organizations
42
Protection of Tyre by the United Nations Interim Force in Leba
46
Part COther International Organizations
50
Recognition of CARICOM
51
to drug traffickers
52
Adjustment to lawful resident status of certain na has been made available
53
United States
54
Amerasian children in Vietnam
57
Release of Yang Wei
59
Title XIIRegional Foreign Relations Matters
60
grate from the Soviet Union
61
Selfdetermination of the people from the Baltic states of Estonia Latvia and Lithuania
62
Partial lifting of the trade embargo against Nicara gua
63
Human rights in Paraguay
64
Forced detention by the African National Congress and the South African Government
66
Middle East
67
Acting in accordance with international law in the Persian Gulf
68
United States policy toward the IranIraq war
69
Iranian persecution of the Bahais
70
Part EAsia
71
Report on Administration policy on Afghanistan
72
Republic of
73
Cambodian people
75
Human rights in the Peoples Republic of China
76
Democracy in Taiwan
77
Part FMiscellaneous
78
terrorism
79
Title XIIIEffective Date
80
Public Law 9993 partial text
81
Title 1Department of State Section 102 Permanent Authorizations of Appropriations
83
al Scientific and Cultural Cooperation
84
ance Funds
85
Pilot Project for Foreign Service Associates
86
Official Residence of Secretary of State
88
Sharing of Information Concerning Drug Traffickers
89
Commendation of Ambassador to Mexico
90
Responsibility of United States Missions to Promote Freedom of the Press Abroad
91
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International Jute Organization
95
Soviet and Communist Disinformation and Press Manipulation
97
Employees of the United Nations
98
Damages Resulting from Delays in the Construction of the United States Embassy in Moscow
99
42
100
Reports on illegal technology transfers
101
Policy Toward Treatment of Soviet Pentecostals
102
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106
Public Law 98164 partial text
110
Section 1007 Policy Toward the Export of NuclearRelated and South Africa
123
Section 1009International Agreements on Natural Gas
124
Federal Employees
125
Section 1012Extended Voluntary Departure Status for Cer tions and Bills
126
Public Law 98241 partial text
127
Section 103Reopening Certain United States Consulates
129
Section 104Restrictions Relating to Palestinian Rights Units Liberation Organization
130
International Organizations
131
tions Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization
132
Section 109Restriction on Contributions to the United Na Section 110Bilateral Science and Technology Agreements
133
Section 113Pan American Institute of Geography and Histo Section 114International Institute for the Unification of Pri vate Law and the Hague Conf...
134
Title VMiscellaneous Provisions
136
e Department of State Authorization Act Fiscal Years 1980 and 1981
138
Section 103Assistance for Refugees Settling in Israel
140
Section 108United States Consulates
141
Title IVMiscellaneous Provisions
142
Section 406Private Sector Representatives on the United ence
143
partial text
145
dology for Development
146
Section 105Foreign Missions Solar Energy Demonstration
147
Section 106Assistance for Refugees Settling in Israel
148
Section 114Under Secretary of State for Management
149
Section 122Systematic InformationSharing
150
Section 125Diplomatic and Official Passports
151
Section 411Compensatory Time Off at Certain Posts in For eign Areas
152
Section 611Equitable Treatment of United States Citizens Living Abroad
161
Section 613Cuban Presence in Africa
162
Title VIIMiscellaneous Provisions
163
g Foreign Relations Authorization Act Fiscal Year 1978 Public Law
165
Section 102Transfer Authority
166
Section 108Americans Incarcerated Abroad
167
cers
170
350 partial text
177
Section 503United Nations Cooperation Regarding Members
184
nam
188
Department of State Appropriations
194
tial text
201
FOREWORD EXPLANATORY NOTE V
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n State Department Basic Authorities Act of 1956 as amended Public
248
2 Coordination and Reporting of International Agreements 22
260
Organization and Administration
263
of State Public Law 8173 as amended
395
tary of State
401
f Interdepartmental Operations of the U S Government Overseas
407
4 Executive Order 12334 Presidents Intelligence Oversight Board
442
Diplomatic Security and AntiTerrorism
457
Diplomatic Security and AntiTerrorism
459
Demand for Apprehen
504
Passposrt Law and Regulations
519
Passport Limitations
522
Foreign Service Buildings
530
The Act of May 25 1938 Authorizing Additional Funds for Buildings
539
International Center Act Public Law 90553 as amended
540
Foreign Gifts and Decorations
542
Senate Resolution 314 90th Congress July 19 1968
549
Migration and Refugee Assistance
550
b Executive Order 11077 Administration of the Migration and Refugee
555
e Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 Public Law 99603
563
91st Congress
576
Recognition by the United States of Foreign Governments S Res 205
577
International Environment Protection
579
Soviet Embassy in the United States
585
PROGRAMS
587
E INFORMATION AND EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE
589
Materials
591
Service amends other legislation TITLE IIUNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY SEE PAGE 616
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Funds appropriated for the United States Information Agency Sec 203 Receipts from Englishteaching and library programs Sec 204 USIA posts and ...
617
Fortyyear leasing authority Sec 206 United States Information Agency programming on Afghanistan Sec 207 Television service of the United States ...
618
National Endowment for Democracy
619
Separate accounts for NED grantees Sec 212 NED treatment of independent labor unions Sec 213 United States Advisory Commission on Public Dipl...
620
TITLE IIIEDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS SEE PAGE 621
621
Samantha Smith Memorial Exchange Program Sec 303 The Arts America Program Sec 304 Professorship on constitutional democracy
622
United StatesIndia Fund Sec 306 The Edward Zorinsky Memorial Library Sec 307 Cultural Property Advisory Committee TITLE IV_VOICE OF A...
623
Contractor requirements
624
and 1985 Public Law 98164 partial text
630
and 1981 Public Law 9660 partial text
639
Public Law 94350 partial text
647
United States Information Agency Appropriations 1988 Public
655
Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act and Related Materials
662
United States Scholarship Progam for Developing Countries Authorization Fiscal Years 1986 and 1987 title VI of Public Law 9993
682
National Endowment for Democracy Act title IV of Public Law 98164
689
SovietEastern Europe Education and Training Programs
695
United StatesIndia Programs
703
Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange Between East and West Act Public Law 86472 partial text
706
JapanUnited States Friendship Act Public Law 94118
708
Exchange of Materials and Objects
714
Convention on Cultural Property Implementation Act Public Law 97446
718
Board for International Broadcasting Radio Free EuropeRadio Liberty
738
TITLE VTHE BOARD FOR INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING SEE PAGE 747
747
Radio Broadcasting to Cuba Act Public Law 98111
756
Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe
761
F ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT
773
Public Law 9993 partial text
801
Arms Control Provisions in Department of Defense Authorization Acts
805
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency Appropriations 1988 Public Law 100202 partial text
828
Executive Order 11850 Renunciation of Certain Uses in War ofChemical Herbicides and Riot Control Agents
829
War Powers
833
Cuban Resolution Public Law 87733
850
Berlin Resolution H Con Res 570 87th Congress
861
North Atlantic Alliance
867
Taiwan Relations
875
Panama Canal
887
H UNITED NATIONS AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
949
Response to United Nations Resolution on Zionism H Res 855 94th
965
Child Health Resolution Public Law 98198
1009

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