Legislation on Foreign Relations Through 1992

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Denial of certain visas amends other legislation Sec 129 Prohibition on issuance of Israelonly passports
95
PART CDIPLOMATIC RECIPROCITY AND SECURITY
96
Construction of diplomatic facilities
97
Diplomatic construction program amends other legislation Sec 133 Possible Moscow Embassy security breach
99
Protection for United Nations facilities and missions amends Sec 136 Study of construction security needs
100
Foreign national employees separation pay
102
Part EINTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Sec 161 Material donations to United Nations peacekeeping operations
103
Permanent International Association of Road Congresses
104
United States delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe CSCE
105
Report concerning the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization
106
Intergovernmental negotiating committee for a framework conven
107
Enhanced support for United Nations peacekeeping
108
Great Lakes Fishery Commission
109
Employment of U S citizens by international organizations
110
Study of sexual harassment at the Department of State
111
International credit reports
112
TITLE IIUNITED STATES INFORMATIONAL EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL PROGRAMS
113
nia
118
LaotianAmerican relations
119
Chinas illegal control of Tibet
120
Policy toward Hong Kong
121
Support for new democracies
122
South Africa
123
Persian Gulf Region
124
Multilateral arms transfer and control regime
126
Limitation on United States arms sales to the region
128
Relevant congressional cummittees defined
129
text
130
thorization Act Fiscal Year 1991 Public Law 10220 partial text
131
Agency for International Development emergency evacu ation expenses
132
f Foreign Relations Authorization Act Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991
133
PART AUNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY SEE PAGE 837
135
Report of Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe amends other legislation
136
Title IDepartment of State
137
International organizations and conferences
138
International commissions
139
Migration and refugee assistance
140
Other programs
142
Opening a United States consulate in Bratislava
143
Construction of United States embassy in Ottawa
144
Report on Reorganization of the Department of State
146
Part CDiplomatic Immunity Reciprocity and Security
147
United StatesSoviet reciprocity in matters relating to embassies
148
Part DPersonnel
150
ances
152
Title IVInternational Organizations and Commissions
158
International Boundary and Water Commission
164
Title VIIIPLO Commitments Compliance Act of 1989
171
Title XMiscellaneous Provisions
181
Public Law 100204 partial text
187
Reduction in earmarks if appropriations are less than authori
188
Authorization of appropriations
189
228
190
International Commissions
195
prises
209
Title VIIInternational Organizations
218
United States Membership in Intergovernmental
227
Title XIIRegional Foreign Relations Matters
235
Middle East
243
Terrorism
255
Reprogramming of funds
258
Democracy on Taiwan
275
Increase United States China Trade
276
Policy Regarding Foreign Exchange Intervention
277
Commending Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem
278
JapanUnited States Security Relationship and Ef Section 813 Diplomatic Equivalence and Reciprocity
279
mission
280
Public Law 98164 partial text
282
Improvement of Consular Facilities in Mexico City
284
and Cultural Cooperation
285
Piracy in the Gulf of Thailand
286
Organization and the South West Africa Peoples Organization
287
United States Participation in the United Nations If Israel Is Illegally Expelled
288
Report on Policies Pursued by Other Countries in International Organizations
289
United Nations World Assembly on Aging
290
Foreign National Employees
291
Foreign Relations Publications
292
Termination of Assistance Programs for Syria
293
Prohibition on Certain Assistance to the Khmer Rouge in Kampuchea
294
Policy Toward the Export of NuclearRelated Equipment Materials or Technology to India Argentina and South Africa
295
Acid Rain
296
Limitation on Geographical Trav Restrictions in Section 125 Diplomatic and Official Passports
324
Title IVForeign Service and Other Personnel
325
Title VScience Technology and American Diplomacy
326
Responsibilities of the President
327
Responsibility of the Secretary of State
328
Title VIPolicy Provisions
330
International Journalistic Freedom
331
Spanish Democracy
332
States Foreign Relations
333
World Alternate Energy Conference
334
Living Abroad
335
United StatesCanadian Negotiations on Air Qual ity
336
Title VIIMiscellaneous Provisions
337
Foreign Relations Authorization Act Fiscal Year 1978 Public Law 95105 partial text
339
Transfer Authority
340
Americans Incarcerated Abroad
341
Saint Lawrence Seaway Toll Negotiations
342
Liability of Consular Officers
343
Compensation for Junior Foreign Service Officers
344
Language Training for Foreign Service Spouses
345
Information Offices in the United States
346
350 partial text
351
Title VGeneral
358
237
361
r Foreign Relations Authorization Act of 1972 Public Law 92352 par
364
Public Law 102368 partial tert
376
239
483
251
489
Strengthening the Organization and Administration of the Depart
540
e Functions of Chiefs of U S Diplomatic Missions Executive Order
546
4 Presidents Intelligence Oversight Board Executive Order
586
2 Coordination and Reporting of International Agreements
599
National Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution Title XV Part
616
AntiTerrorism and Arms Export Amendments Act of 1989 Public
629
Authority of the Secretary
636
Demand for Apprehen
677
Foreign Gifts and Decorations
749
Immigration Migration and Refugee Assistance
765
Recognition by the United States of Foreign Governments Senate Resolu
801
Materials
807
Payment of certain expenses for participants Sec 206 USIA posts and personnel overseas
831
Implementation of Beirut agreement Sec 208 Center for cultural and technical interchange between north and south see page 970
838
SovietEastern European Research and training Sec 210 Claude and Mildred Pepper Scholarship Program Sec 211 Program review of
839
USIA grants Sec 213 Distribution within the United States of United States Information
840
Agency photographic works of Richard Saunders Sec 214 Israeli Arab scholarship program
841
Eligibility of NED for grants Sec 216 Establishment of USIA office in Vientiane Laos PART BBUREAU OF EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL AF...
842
Fulbright exchange programs enhancement Sec 223 USIA cultural center in Kosovo
843
Conforming amendment on certain USIA scholarships Sec 226 Enhanced educational exchange programs Sec 227 Law and business training progra...
845
Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act and Related Materials
907
Near and Middle East research and training Sec 229 Scholarships for Vietnamese
908
Caribbean and Central America Scholarship Assistance Public Law 101
930
National Endowment for Democracy Act Public Law 98164 partial text
940
Fascell Fellowship Act Public Law 99399 partial text
946
United StatesIndia Programs
967
JapanUnited States Friendship Act Public Law 94118
974
Exchange of Materials and Objects
980
United States Recognition and Participation in International Expositions
1001
Part CBUREAU OF BROADCASTING SEE PAGE 1014
1014
Yugoslavian programming within the Voice of America Sec 234 Voice of America broadcasts in Kurdish
1015
Reports on the future of international broadcasting
1016
Broadcasting to Cuba
1029
Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe
1042
F ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT
1051
kets Support Act of 1992 FREEDOM Support Act Public Law 102511
1083
Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty Implementation Act of 1991 Public
1094
Public Law 102229 partial text
1104
Arms Control and Disarmament Act Authorization for Fiscal Years 1990
1118
Arms Control Provisions in Department of Defense Authorization Acts
1126
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency Appropriations 1993 Public
1196
G WAR POWERS COLLECTIVE SECURITY AND RELATED MATERI
1203
War Powers
1205
Cuban Resolution Public Law 87733
1211
Middle East Resolutions and Related Material
1226
Tonkin Gulf Resolution Public Law 88408 repealed
1236
Taiwan Relations
1261
Panama Canal
1274
H UNITED NATIONS AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 1259
1345
Appropriations Limitation on Contributions to International Organiza
1361
APPENDICES
1419
INDEX
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