Legislation on Foreign Relations Through ..., Volumes 1-2

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1985 - United States

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Contents

Selected Development Activities
27
Section 107Appropriate Technology
30
Section 109Transfer of Funds
33
Section 111Development and Use of Cooperatives
34
Section 116Human Rights
35
Section 118Environment and Natural Resources
37
Section 119Endangered Species
39
Section 120Sahel Development ProgramPlanning
40
Section 122General Authorities
41
Section 123Private and Voluntary Organizations and Coop eratives in Overseas Development
42
Section 124Relatively Least Developed Countries
44
Section 125Project and Program Evaluation
45
Section 126Development and Illicit Narcotics Production
46
Chapter 2Other Programs
47
Title IIAmerican Schools and Hospitals Abroad Prototype De salting Plant
49
Section 219Prototype Desalting Plant
50
Title IIIHousing and Other Credit Guaranty Programs
51
Section 222AAgricultural and Productive Credit and Self Help Community Development Programs
52
Section 223General Provisions
54
Section 224Trade Credit Insurance Program
57
Title IVOverseas Private Investment Corporation
58
Section 232Capital of the Corporation
61
Section 234Investment Insurance and Other Programs
62
Section 236Income and Revenues
69
Section 240AReports to the Congress
75
Chapter 3International Organizations and Programs
83
Chapter 4See Chapter 4 of Part II p 124
89
Chapter 9International Disaster Assistance
98
Chapter 10Assistance to Portugal and Portuguese Colonies
106
ance
121
Section 620AProhibition Against Furnishing Assistance to ists
159
Mediterranean
160
Section 620CUnited States Policy Regarding the Eastern Section 620DProhibition on Assistance to Afghanistan
162
Section 621AStrengthened Management Practices
163
Section 623The Secretary of Defense
164
Section 625Employment of Personnel
166
Section 626Experts Consultants and Retired Officers
168
Section 627Detail of Personnel to Foreign Governments
169
tions
170
Section 631Missions and Staffs Abroad
171
Section 632Allocation and Reimbursement Among Agen cies
172
Section 633Waivers of Certain Laws
174
Section 634ANotification of Program Changes
177
Section 634BClassification of Reports
178
Section 636Provisions on Uses of Funds
179
Section 637Administrative Expenses
184
Section 666Discrimination Against United States Person nel
197
Section 669Nuclear Enrichment Transfers
198
Section 670Nuclear Reprocessing Transfers of Nuclear Ex plosive Devices and Nuclear Detonations
199
b Arms Export Control Act Public Law 90629
205
International Security and Development Assistance Authorizations
221
Public Law 98151 partial text
252
Lebanon Emergency Assistance Act of 1983 Public Law 9843
257
e International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1981
259
Title IVFood for Peace Programs
261
Section 714Immigrant Visas for Taiwan
268
Section 725Assistance and Sales for Argentina
274
f International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1980 par
280
Foreign Assistance Appropriations
372
Other Foreign Assistance Related Legislation
407
lating to Foreign Assistance
438
Executive Orders Delegations of Authority and Reorganization Plans
471
Laws Relating to Loan or Sale of Vessels to Foreign countries
529
Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance
535
Food for Peace Program 598
552
Agricultural Trade Act of 1978
603
Agricultural Act of 1980 and Related Material
609
Agriculture and Food Act of 1981 Public Law 9798 partial text
622
Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1982 Public Law 97253 partial text
633
THE PEACE CORPS
641
Establishment of the Peace Corps as an Independent Agency Public
667
Executive Order 11103 Providing for the Appointment of Former Peace
676
Section 1Short Title 259
681
Arms Control and Disarmament Act Authorization for Fiscal Years 1984
704
Authorizations and Appropriations
713
Organizations and Administration
855
Passport Laws and Regulations
1031
Foreign Service Buildings
1041
Transfer of PropertyFor Use as a Headquarters Site for the Organization
1051
Migration and Refugee Assistance
1062
The Asia Foundation Act title IV of Public Law 98164
1079
F INFORMATION AND EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE
1085
Related Materials
1089
Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act and Related Materials
1143
through
1155
National Endowment for Democracy Act title IV of Public Law 98164
1162
SovietEastern European Research and Training Act of 1983 title VIII
1171
Exchange of Materials and Objects
1181
International Expositions
1199
Board for International Broadcasting Act of 1973 Radio Free Europe
1208
Radio Broadcasting to Cuba Act Public Law 98111
1220
Control of Swine Influenza Public Law 94302 partial text
1229

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