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Sec. 174. Audit of merit personnel system of Foreign Service.........

318 Sec. 175. Performance pay.

318 Sec. 176. Extension of limited appointments (amends other legislation). Sec. 177. Chief of missions salary.

318 Sec. 178. Pay level of ambassadors at large...

319 Sec. 179. Foreign Service career candidates tax treatment..

319 Sec. 180. Prohibition on member of a Foreign Service union negotiating on behalf of the Department of State...

319 Sec. 181. Clarification of jurisdiction of foreign service grievance board.

319 Sec. 182. Record of grievances awarded (amends other legislation). Sec. 183. Women and minorities in the Foreign Service....

319 Sec. 184. Compliance with law requiring reports to Congress.

320 Sec. 185. Changes in reporting requirements (amends other legislation). Sec. 186. Disposition of personal property abroad....

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Sec. 187. Authorities for service of Fascell fellows (amends other legislation).
Sec. 188. Benefits for certain former spouses of members of the Foreign
Service (amends other legislation).

TITLE II–UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY (SEE PAGE 970]
Sec. 201. Authorization of appropriations; allocation of funds.
Sec. 202. Funds appropriated for the United States Information Agency.
Sec. 203. Receipts from English-teaching and library programs.
Sec. 204. USIA posts and personnel overseas.
Sec. 205. Forty-year leasing authority.
Sec. 206. United States Information Agency programming on Afghanistan.
Sec. 207. Television service of the United States Information Agency.
Sec. 208. Limitation on Worldnet funding.
Sec. 209. Audience survey of Worldnet program.
Sec. 210. National Endowment for Democracy.
Sec. 211. Separate accounts for NED grantees.
Sec. 212. NED treatment of independent labor unions.
Sec. 213. United States Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy.
Sec. 214. Distribution within the United States of UŜIA film entitled

“America The Way I See It”.
Sec. 215. Availability of certain USIA photographs for distribution within

the United States by the Department of Defense. Sec. 216. USIA undergraduate scholarship program.

TITLE III—EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS (SEE PAGE 974)
Sec. 301. Authorizations of appropriations.
Sec. 302. Samantha Smith Memorial Exchange Program.
Sec. 303. The Arts America Program.
Sec. 304. Professorship on constitutional democracy.
Sec. 305. United States-India Fund.
Sec. 306. The Edward Zorinsky Memorial Library.
Sec. 307. Cultural Property Advisory Committee.

TITLE IV_VOICE OF AMERICA (SEE PAGE 976)
Sec. 401. Authorizations of appropriations.
Sec. 402. Voice of America/Europe.
Sec. 403. Contractor requirements.
TITLE V—THE BOARD FOR INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING (SEE PAGE 1154)
Sec. 501. Authorization of appropriations; allocation of funds.
Sec. 502. Reserve for offsetting downward fluctuations in overseas rates.
Sec. 503. Certification of certain creditable service.

TITLE VI-ASIA FOUNDATION (SEE PAGE 899). Sec. 601. Authorization of appropriations.

TITLE VII—INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

PART A–UNITED NATIONS Sec. 701. Probable exemptions to the United Nations employee hiring freeze. 321 Sec. 702. Reform in the budget decisionmaking procedures of the United Nations and its specialized agencies.......

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Sec. 703. Housing allowances of international civil servants....
Sec. 704. United States participation in the United Nations if Israel is ille-

gally expelled (amends other legislation).
Sec. 705. United Nations projects whose primary purpose is to benefit the

Palestine Liberation Organization (amends other legislation).
Sec. 706. Public access to United Nations War Crimes Commission files.
Sec. 707. Report on policies pursued by other countries in international or-

ganizations (amends other legislation).
Sec. 708. Protection of Tyre by the United Nations Interim Force in Leba-

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PART B-UNITED STATES COMMISSION ON IMPROVING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE

UNITED NATIONS Sec. 721. Establishment of Commission..

325 Sec. 722. Purposes of the Commission.

325 Sec. 723. Membership of the Commission.

326 Sec. 724. Powers of the Commission.....

327 Sec. 725. Staff.

328 Sec. 726. Report.

328 Sec. 727. Funding for the Commission..

328 Sec. 728. General Accounting Office audits of the Commission..

329 Sec. 729. Termination of the Commission.

329 Sec. 730. Effective date.

329 Part C-OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Sec. 741. Privileges and immunities to offices of mission to the United

States of the Commission of the European Communities (amends other leg

islation). Sec. 742. Contribution to the regular budget of the International Committee

of the Red Cross and sense of Congress concerning recognition of Red Shield of David.

329 Sec. 743. Immunities for the International Committee on the Red Cross

[amends other legislation). Sec. 744. North Atlantic Assembly (amends other legislation). Sec. 746. Recognition of CARICOM..

330 Sec. 747. Asian-Pacific regional human rights convention..

330 TITLE VIII–INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS CONTROL Sec. 801. Assignment of Drug Enforcement Administration agents abroad. .... 330 Sec. 802. Quarterly reports on prosecution of those responsible for the tor

ture and murder of Drug Enforcement Administration agents in Mexico

[amends other legislation). Sec. 803. Requirement that extradition of drug traffickers be a priority issue

of United States missions in major illicit drug producing or transit countries.

330 Sec. 804. Information-sharing system so that visas are denied to drug traffickers..

331 Sec. 805. Certification procedures for drug producing and drug-transit coun

tries and inclusion of specific agency comments (amends other legislation). Sec. 806. Sanctions on drug producing and drug-transit countries........

331 TITLE IX-IMMIGRATION AND REFUGEE PROVISIONS Sec. 902. Adjustment to lawful resident status of certain nationals of coun

tries for which extended voluntary departure has been made available. 332 Sec. 903. Processing of Cuban nationals for admission to the United States.... 332 Sec. 904. Indochinese refugee resettlement.

333 Sec. 905. Amerasian children in Vietnam.

335 Sec. 906. Refugees from Southeast Asia.

336 Sec. 907. Release of Yang Wei.......

337 TITLE X-ANTI-TERRORISM ACT OF 1987 (SEE PAGE 724] Sec. 1001. Short title. Sec. 1002. Findings; determinations. Sec. 1003. Prohibitions regarding the PLO. Sec. 1004. Enforcement. Sec. 1005. Effective date.

PART XI–GLOBAL CLIMATE PROTECTION (SEE VOL. IV, SEC. L]
Sec. 1101. Short title.
Sec. 1102. Findings.
Sec. 1103. Mandate for action on the global climate.
Sec. 1104. Report to Congress.
Sec. 1105. International year of global climate protection.
Sec. 1106. Climate protection and United States relations with the inde
pendent states of the former Soviet Union

TITLE XII-REGIONAL FOREIGN RELATIONS MATTERS

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PART A-SOVIET UNION AND EASTERN EUROPE
Sec. 1204. State sponsored harassment of religious groups.
Sec. 1205. Observance by the Government of Romania of the human rights

of Hungarians in Transylvania.
Sec. 1206. Self-determination of the people from the Baltic states of Estonia,

Latvia, and Lithuania.
Sec. 1207. Assistance in support of democracy in Poland.

PART BLATIN AMERICA AND CUBA
Sec. 1211. Cuban human rights violations and the failure of the United Na-

tions to place Cuba on its human rights agenda.........
Sec. 1212. Partial lifting of the trade embargo against Nicaragua.
Sec. 1213. Terrorist bombing in Honduras.....
Sec. 1214. Human rights in Paraguay.

PART C-AFRICA
Sec. 1221. Human rights in Ethiopia..
Sec. 1222. United States policy on Angola. .....

PART D_MIDDLE EAST
Sec. 1231. Middle East peace conference.......
Sec. 1232. United States policy toward Lebanon.
Sec. 1233. Acting in accordance with international law in the Persian Gulf...
Sec. 1234. United States policy toward the Iran-Iraq war.
Sec. 1235. Iran human rights violations..
Sec. 1236. Iranian persecution of the Baha'is.

PART E-ASIA
Sec. 1242. Report on Administration policy on Afghanistan......
Sec. 1243. Human rights violations in Tibet by the People's Republic of

China.
Sec. 1244. Support for the right of self-determination for the Cambodian

people....
Sec. 1245. Human rights in the People's Republic of China.
Sec. 1246. Democracy in Taiwan....

PART F-MISCELLANEOUS
Sec. 1251. Reports on illegal technology transfers.
Sec. 1252. Report on progress toward a world summit on terrorism........
Sec. 1253. Protection of Americans endangered by the appearance of their

place of birth on their passports.
Sec. 1254. Support of mutual defense alliances.
Sec. 1255. Arms export control enforcement and coordination (amends other
legislation).

TITLE XIII_EFFECTIVE DATE Sec. 1301. Effective date.......

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TITLE I–THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE

PART A-AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS;

ALLOCATIONS OF FUNDS; RESTRICTIONS

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SEC. 101. ADMINISTRATION OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

(a) DIPLOMATIC AND ONGOING OPERATIONS.—The following amounts are authorized to be appropriated under "Administration of Foreign Affairs” for the Department of State to carry out the authorities, functions, duties, and responsibilities in the conduct of the foreign affairs of the United States:

(1) 2 For "Salaries and Expenses” of the Department of State (other than the Diplomatic Security Program), $1,431,908,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $1,460,546,000 for the fiscal year 1989, of which not less than $250,000 for each fiscal year shall be available only for use by the Bureau of International Communications and Information Policy to support international institutional development and other activities which promote international communications and information development.

(2) 3 For “Acquisition and Maintenance of Buildings Abroad” (other than the Diplomatic Security Program), $313,124,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $319,386,000 for the fiscal year 1989.

(3) 4 For "Representation Allowances”, $4,460,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $4,549,000 for the fiscal year 1989.

(4) 5 For “Emergencies in the Diplomatic and Consular Service”, $4,000,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $4,080,000 for the fiscal year 1989.

(5) 6 For “Payment to the American Institute in Taiwan”, $9,379,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $9,567,000 for the fiscal

year 1989.

(b) DIPLOMATIC SECURITY PROGRAM.-In addition to amounts authorized to be appropriated by subsection (a), the following amounts are authorized to be appropriated under "Administration

2 The Department of State Appropriation Act, 1988 (sec. 101(a), title III, of the Continuing Ap propriations for 1988; Public Law 100-202), provided the following for "Salaries and Expenses": $1,694,000,000. It further stated that none of these funds should be available for the Office of Public Diplomacy for Latin America and the Caribbean.

The Department of State Appropriations Act, 1989 (Public Law 100-459; 102 Stat. 2204), provided $1,784,000,000.

3 The Department of State Appropriation Act, 1988 (sec. 101(a), title III, of the Continuing Ap propriations for 1988; Public Law 100-202), provided the following for “Acquisition and Maintenance of Buildings Abroad”': $313,100,000.

The Department of State Appropriations Act, 1989 (Public Law 100-459; 102 Stat. 2204), pro vided $240,021,000.

4 The Department of State Appropriation Act, 1988 (sec. 101(a), title III, of the Continuing Appropriations for 1988; Public Law 100-202), provided the following for "Representation Allowances”: $4,500,000.

The Department of State Appropriations Act, 1989 (Public Law 100-459; 102 Stat. 2204), pro vided $4,590.000.

5 The Department of State Appropriation Act, 1988 (sec. 101(a), title III, of the Continuing Ap propriations for 1988; Public Law 100-202), provided the following for “Emergencies in the Dip lomatic and Consular Service": $4,000,000.

The Department of State Appropriations Act, 1989 (Public Law 100-459; 102 Stat. 2204), pro vided $4,500,000.

6 The Department of State Appropriation Act, 1988 (sec. 101(a), title III, of the Continuing Appropriations for 1988; Public Law 100-202), provided the following for “Payment to the American Institute in Taiwan": $11,000,000.

The Department of State Appropriations Act, 1989 (Public Law 100-459; 102 Stat. 2204), pro vided $10,890,000.

of Foreign Affairs” for the Department of State to carry out the diplomatic security program:

(1) For "Salaries and Expenses”, $350,000,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $357,000,000 for the fiscal year 1989.

(2) ? For "Protection of Foreign Missions and Officials", $9,100,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $9,282,000 for the fiscal

year 1989.

SEC. 102. CONTRIBUTIONS TO INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND

CONFERENCES; INTERNATIONAL PEACEKEEPING ACTIVI.

TIES. (a) 8 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS.—There are authorized to be appropriated to the Department of State under “Contributions to International Organizations", $571,000,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $582,420,000 for the fiscal year 1989 in order to carry out the authorities, functions, duties, and responsibilities in the conduct of the foreign affairs of the United States with respect to international organizations, of which amount

(1) 9 $193,188,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $193,188,000 for the fiscal year 1989 shall be available only for the United States assessed contribution to the United Nations;

(2) 9 $63,857,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $63,857,000 for the fiscal year 1989 shall be available only for the United States assessed contribution to the World Health Organization;

(3) 9 $31,443,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $31,443,000 for the fiscal year 1989 shall be available only for the United States assessed contribution to the International Atomic Energy Agency;

(4) 9 $44,915,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $44,915,000 for the fiscal year 1989 shall be available only for the United States assessed contribution to the Organization of American States;

(5) 9 $38,659,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $38,659,000 for the fiscal year 1989 shall be available only for the United States assessed contribution to the Pan-American Health Organization;

(6) 9 $7,849,000 for the fiscal year 1988 and $7,849,000 for the fiscal year 1989 shall be available only for the United States assessed contribution to the International Civil Aviation Organization;

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The Department of State Appropriation Act, 1988 (sec. 101(a), title III, of the Continuing Appropriations for 1988; Public Law 100-202), provided the following for “Protection of Foreign Missions and Officials": $9,000,000.

The Department of State Appropriations Act, 1989 (Public Law 100-459; 102 Stat. 2204), provided $9,100,000.

The Department of State Appropriation Act, 1988 (sec. 101(a), title III, of the Continuing Appropriations for 1988; Public Law 100-202), provided the following for “Contributions to International Organizations": $480,000,000.

The Department of State Appropriations Act, 1989 (Public Law 100-459; 102 Stat. 2204), provided $485,940,000.

In making appropriations for fiscal year 1988, the Department of State Appropriation Act, 1988 (sec. 101(a) of the Continuing Appropriations for 1988; Public Law 100-202; 101 Stat. 1329), waived sec. 102(aX1) through (11). These sections were waived for fiscal year 1989 by title III of the Department of State Appropriations Act, 1989 (Public Law 100-459; 102 Stat. 2204).

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