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Contents

Chinas illegal control of Tibet Sec 356 Release of prisoners held in Iraq
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Policy toward Hong Kong Sec 358 Policy toward Taiwan Sec 359 Human rights abuses in East Timor
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Support for new democracies Sec 361 Policy regarding United States assistance to the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia
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Policy toward the release of political prisoners by South Africa Sec 363 United States tactical nuclear weapons designed for deployment in Europe Se...
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Title IVArms Transfers Restraint Policy for the Middle East and Persian Gulf Region Sec 401 Findings
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Multilateral arms transfer and control regime
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Limitation on United States arms sales to the region
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Reports to the Congress
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Relevant congressional committees defined Title VChemical and Biological Weapons Control repealed1991
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b Foreign Relations Persian Gulf Conflict Emergency Supplemental Au thorization Act Fiscal Year 1991 Public Law 10220 partial text Sec 1 Short tit...
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Public Law 101246 partial text Section 1 Short title and table of contents Title 1Department of State Part AAuthorization of Appropriations Allocatio...
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Part BDepartment of State Authorities and Activities Foreign Mis sions Section 115 Enhancement of evacuation capability and proce dures regarding ...
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Part AUnited States Information Agency see page 792
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Foreign Relations Authorization Act Fiscal Years 1988 and 1989
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530
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Public Law 100204 partial text
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Personnel Security Program for Embassies in High Intelligence Threat Countries Section 157 Prohibition on Certain Employment at United States Di...
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tries
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Termination of Retirement Benefits for Foreign Na tional Employees Engaging in Hostile Intelligence Activities Section 159 Report on Employment ...
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Application of Travel Restrictions to Personnel of Certain Countries and Organizations Section 163 Counterintelligence Polygraph Screening of Dipl...
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Part DPersonnel Matters
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Protection of Civil Service Employees
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Compensation for Certain State Department Offi Section 174 Audit of Merit Personnel System of Foreign Service
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Chief of Missions Salary
144
Women and Minorities in the Foreign Service
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Compliance With Law Requiring Reports to Con Section 186 Disposition of Personal Property Abroad
146
Title VIIInternational Organizations
147
Reform in the Budget Decisionmaking Procedures of the United Nations and its Specialized Agencies
149
Public Access to United Nations War Crimes Com mission Files
150
Part BUnited States Commission on Improving the Effectiveness of the United Nations
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Powers of the Commission
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Staff
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General Accounting Office Audits of the Commis sion
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United States Membership in Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration
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Recognition of CĂRICOM Section 747 AsianPacific Regional Human Rights Convention Title VIIIInternational Narcotics Control
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Title XIIRegional Foreign Relations Matters
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Part DMiddle East
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Part FMiscellaneous
182
Report on Progress Toward a World Summit
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Commending Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem
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g Department of State Authorization Act Fiscal Years 1982 and 1983
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284
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Reopening Certain United States Consulates
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Scientific Exchange Activities with the Soviet
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Foreign Relations Authorization Act Fiscal Year 1979 Public Law
246
Assistance to Bereaved United States Families
251
Diplomatic and Official Passports
252
Title IVForeign Service and Other Personnel
253
Findings
254
Responsibilities of the President
255
Responsibility of the Secretary of State
256
Title VIPolicy Provisions
258
International Journalistic Freedom
259
Spanish Democracy
260
Discriminatory Trade Practices Affecting United States Foreign Relations
261
World Alternate Energy Conference
262
Equitable Treatment of United States Citizens Living Abroad
263
Cuban Presence in Africa
264
Title VIIMiscellaneous Provisions
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j Foreign Relations Authorization Act Fiscal Year 1978 Public Law 95
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Transfer Authority
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Americans Incarcerated Abroad
269
Foreign Relations Authorization Act Fiscal Year 1976 Public Law
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Foreign Relations Authorization Act of 1972 Public Law 92352 par
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194
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3 Department of State Appropriations Act 1990 Public
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128
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State Department Basic Authorities Act of 1956 as amended Public
343
129
365
Organization and Administration
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179
450
195
457
242
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f Designation of Certain Officers to Act as Secretary of State Executive
533
4 Presidents Intelligence Oversight Board Executive Order
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3 Delegating to the Secretary of State Certain Functions With
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k National Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution Title XV Part
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Authorizations and Appropriations 3 Diplomatic Security and AntiTerrorism
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AntiTerrorism and Arms Export Amendments Act of 1989 Public
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Passport Laws and Regulations
669
Foreign Service Buildings
683
International Center Act Public Law 90553 as amended
694
Foreign Gifts and Decorations
697
Immigration Migration and Refugee Assistance
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598
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732
191
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tion 205 91st Congress
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The Asia Foundation Act Public Law 98164 partial text
748
Soviet Embassy in the United States
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PROGRAMS
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SovietEastern Europe Education and Training Programs 899
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767
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784
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Part BBureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs see page 796
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606
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JapanUnited States Friendship Act Public Law 94118
920
Exchange of Materials and Objects
926
Convention on Cultural Property Implementation Act Public Law 97446
931
United States Recognition and Participation in International Expositions Public Law 91269
947
Board for International Broadcasting Radio Free EuropeRadio Liberty
951
Part CBureau of Broadcasting see page 960
960
295
973
Broadcasting to Cuba
976
Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe
989
F ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT
997
IX
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H UNITED NATIONS AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
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Relating to the Implementation on Convention on the Civil Aspects
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