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Section 401. United States membership in International Sugar
Organization and International Tropical Timber Organization..
Section 402. Authorization for membership in the International
Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources...
Section 403. Authorization of appropriations for membership in
wildlife conventions......

Section 404. Authorization of appropriations for the Commission
on the Ukraine Famine.

Section 406. Annual report to Congress on voting practices at
the United Nations..

Section 407. Denial of visas to certain representatives to the
United Nations

Section 408. Policy on UNESCO.

Section 410. Contribution to the regular budget of the Interna-
tional Committee of the Red Cross........

Section 411. Sense of Congress concerning an enhanced role for
the International Court of Justice in resolution of internation-
al disputes......

Section 412. International Boundary and Water Commission...
Section 413. Review of multilateral and bilateral commissions.....
Section 414. Membership of the Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion in United Nations agencies.........

Section 415. Sense of Congress_concerning the United Nations
Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Near
East (UNRWA)

Section 416. United Nations sponsorship of a Middle East peace
conference....

Section 417. Contributions for peacekeeping activities in south-
ern Africa.....

Title VII-Refugee and Other Provisions.

Section 702. Tibetan and Burmese refugees.......

Section 703. Report regarding Burmese students...

Section 704. The treatment of the Turkish minority by the Gov-
ernment of the People's Republic of Bulgaria and Bulgarian
refugees in Turkey..

Title VIII-PLO Commitments Compliance Act of 1989
Section 801. Short title...............

Section 802. Findings

Section 803. Policy.

Section 804. Reporting requirement

Title IX-People's Republic of China.

Section 901. Findings and statements of policy

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Section 902. Suspension of certain programs and activities.. Title X-Miscellaneous Provisions......

Section 1001. Increasing amount of rewards for combatting ter-
rorism [amends other legislation]

Section 1002. Assignment of commercial officers to the United

States mission to the European Community

Section 1003. Buy-American requirement.
Section 1004. Support for the Benjamin Franklin House
museum and library

Section 1005. Association of Democratic Nations...

Section 1006. Policy regarding human rights abuses in Cuba.
Section 1007. Concerning the submission to the Congress of

agreements pertaining to the boundaries of the United States...
Section 1008. Report to Congress concerning Oceania.

Section 1009. Report concerning Mexico..

Section 1010. Establishment of a Latin American and Caribbean
data base.....

Title XI-Budge Act Compliance.....

Section 1101. Compliance with Congressional Budget Act.
Section 1102. Waiver of Earmarks.

h. Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1988 and 1989

(Public Law 100-204) (partial text)...

Section 1. Short Title and Table of Contents

Title I-The Department of State.

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Part A-Authorization of Appropriations; Allocations of Funds; Re

strictions.....

Section 101. Administration of Foreign Affairs......

Section 102. Contributions to International Organizations and
Conferences; International Peacekeeping Activities.
Section 103. International Commissions..
Section 104. Migration and Refugee Assistance

Section 105. Other Programs.....

Section 106. Reduction in Earmarks if Appropriations Are Less
Than Authorizations.....

Section 107. Transfer of Funds

Section 108. Compliance

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With

Presidential-Congressional

Summit Agreement on Deficit Reduction.

Section 109. Prohibition on Use of Funds for Political Purposes...
Section 110. Latin American and Caribbean Data Bases.
Part B-Department of State Authorities and Activities; Foreign Mis-
sions.....

Section 124. Report on Expenditures Made From Appropriation
for Emergencies in the Diplomatic and Consular Service
Section 128. Limitation on the Use of a Foreign Mission in a
Manner Incompatible With Its Status as a Foreign Mission
Section 129. Allocation of Shared Costs at Missions Abroad
Section 130. Prohibition on the Use of Funds for Facilities in

Israel, Jerusalem, or the West Bank.......

Section 131. Purchasing and Leasing of Residences

Section 132. Prohibition on Acquisition of House for Secretary of
State....

Section 133. United States Department of State Freedom of Ex-
pression

Section 137. Study and Report Concerning the Status of Individ-
uals With Diplomatic Immunity in the United States.
Section 138. Federal Jurisdiction of Direct Actions Against In-

surers of Diplomatic Agents.......

Section 139. Enforcement of Case-Zablocki Act Requirements...
Section 140. Annual Country Reports on Terrorism

Section 141. Restriction on Use of Funds for Public Diplomacy
Efforts.....

Section 142. Authority to Invest and Recover Expenses From
International Claims Settlement Funds.....

Part C-Diplomatic Reciprocity and Security

Section 155. Personnel Security Program for Embassies in
High Intelligence Threat Countries....

Section 157. Prohibition on Certain Employment at United
States Diplomatic and Consular Missions in Communist Coun-
tries.....

Section 158. Termination of Retirement Benefits for Foreign Na-
tional Employees Engaging in Hostile Intelligence Activities.....
Section 159. Report on Employment of Foreign Nationals at For-
eign Service Posts Abroad

Section 160. Construction Security Certification..
Section 162. Application of Travel Restrictions to Personnel of
Certain Countries and Organizations.....

Section 163. Counterintelligence Polygraph Screening of Diplo-
matic Security Service Personnel.

Section 164. United States Embassy in Hungary.

Part D-Personnel Matters.......

Section 171. Commission to Study Foreign Service Personnel
System..

Section 172. Protection of Civil Service Employees

Section 173. Compensation for Certain State Department Offi

cials....

Section 174. Audit of Merit Personnel System of Foreign Service
Section 175. Performance Pay..

Section 177. Chief of Missions Salary

Section 178. Pay Level of Ambassadors at Large.

Section 179. Foreign Service Career Candidates Tax Treatment...

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Section 180. Prohibition on Member of a Foreign Service Union
Negotiating on Behalf of the Department of State..
Section 181. Clarification of Jurisdiction of Foreign Service
Grievance Board.............

Section 183. Women and Minorities in the Foreign Service.. Section 184. Compliance With Law Requiring Reports to Congress....

Section 186. Disposition of Personal Property Abroad
Title VII-International Organizations
Part A-United Nations......

Section 701. Probable Exemptions to the United Nations Em-
ployee Hiring Freeze

Section 702. Reform in the Budget Decisionmaking Procedures
of the United Nations and its Specialized Agencies.....
Section 703. Housing Allowances of International Civil Servants.
Section 706. Public Access to United Nations War Crimes Com-

mission Files

Section 708. Protection of Tyre by the United Nations Interim
Force in Lebanon

Part B-United States Commission on Improving the Effectiveness of the United Nations...

Section 721. Establishment of Commission.
Section 722. Purposes of the Commission
Section 723. Membership of the Commission.
Section 724. Powers of the Commission
Section 725. Staff.

Section 726. Report..

Section 727. Funding for the Commission..

Section 728. General Accounting Office Audits of the Commis

sion.........

Section 729. Termination of the Commission.
Section 730. Effective Date

Part C-Other International Organizations..

Section 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

Section 746. Recognition of CARICOM........

Section 747. Asian-Pacific Regional Human Rights Convention...
Title VIII-International Narcotics Control

Section 801. Assignment of Drug Enforcement Administration
Agents Abroad.....

Section 803. Requirement That Extradition of Drug Traffickers
Be a Priority Issue of United States Missions in Major Illicit
Drug Producing or Transit Countries......

Section 804. Information-Sharing System So That Visas Are
Denied to Drug Traffickers....

Section 806. Sanctions on Drug Producing and Drug-Transit
Countries.........

Title IX-Immigration And Refugee Provisions....

Section 902. Adjustment to Lawful Resident Status of Certain
Nationals of Countries for Which Extended Voluntary Depar-
ture Has Been Made Available.

Section 903. Processing of Cuban Nationals for Admission to the
United States....

Section 904. Indochinese Refugee Resettlement..
Section 905. Amerasian Children in Vietnam
Section 906. Refugees from Southeast Asia...
Section 907. Release of Yang Wei........

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Title XII-Regional Foreign Relations Matters.
Part A-Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.......

Section 1204. State Sponsored Harassment of Religious Groups ...
Section 1205. Observance by the Government of Romania of the
Human Rights of Hungarians in Transylvania
Section 1206. Self-Determination of the People from the Baltic
States of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania......

Section 1207. Assistance in Support of Democracy in Poland
Part B-Latin America and Cuba.......

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Section 1211. Cuban Human Rights Violations and the Failure
of the United Nations to Place Cuba on Its Human Rights
Agenda

Section 1212. Partial Lifting of the Trade Embargo Against
Nicaragua

Section 1213. Terrorist Bombing in Honduras.
Section 1214. Human Rights in Paraguay..
Part C-Africa...

Section 1221. Human Rights in Ethiopia.. Section 1222. United States Policy on Angola. Part D-Middle East..

Section 1231. Middle East Peace Conference

Section 1232. United States Policy Toward Lebanon

Section 1233. Acting in Accordance With International Law in

the Persian Gulf..

Section 1234. United States Policy Toward the Iran-Iraq War......
Section 1235. Iran Human Rights Violations....

Section 1236. Iranian Persecution of the Baha'is.

Part E-Asia....

Section 1242. Report on Administration Policy on Afghanistan...
Section 1243. Human Rights Violations in Tibet by the People's
Republic of China......

Section 1244. Support for the Right of Self-Determination for
the Cambodian People....

Section 1245. Human Rights in the People's Republic of China....
Section 1246. Democracy in Taiwan..

Part F-Miscellaneous.....

Section 1251. Reports on Illegal Technology Transfers...

Section 1252. Report on Progress Toward a World Summit on
Terrorism...

Section 1253. Protection of Americans Endangered by the Ap-
pearance of Their Plac of Birth on Their Passports
Section 1254. Support of Mutual Defense Alliances................
Title XIII-Effective Date..

Section 1301. Effective Date.

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i. Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1986 and 1987 (Public Law 99-93) (partial text)....

Section 1. Short Title and Table of Contents.

Title I-Department of State

Section 101. Authorizations of Appropriations

Section 102. Permanent Authorizations of Appropriations..
Section 104. Security Earmark

Section 105. Liaison by the National Commission on Education-
al, Scientific, and Cultural Cooperation
Section 106. Australian Bicentennial

Section 107. World Commission on Environment and Develop

ment..

Section 108. Earmarking of Refugee Assistance Funds

Section 109. International Committee of the Red Cross.

Section 110. Limitations on Use of Migration and Refugee As-
sistance Funds.....

Section 115. Assistant Secretaries of State..

Section 120. Pilot Project for Foreign Service Associates..

Section 121. Feasibility Study of a Lateral Entry Program into

the Foreign Service for Businessmen and Farmers
Section 123. Foreign Service Institute Facilities.....
Section 130. Official Residence of Secretary of State.
Section 131. Strengthening the Personnel System of the Bureau
of International Narcotics Matters....

Section 132. Sharing of Information Concerning Drug Traffick

ers...

Section 133. Extradition Treaties.

Section 135. Commendation of Ambassador to Mexico

Section 136. Soviet Employees at United States Diplomatic and
Consular Missions in the Soviet Union

Section 137. Responsibility of United States Missions Abroad to
Provide Support for United States Businesses...

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Section 138. Responsibility of United States Missions to Promote
Freedom of the Press Abroad......

Section 139. Emergency Telephone Service at U.S. Consular Of-
fices..

Section 140. Responsibilities of United States Representatives to
International Organizations...........

Section 145. International Jute Organization

Section 146. INTELSAT.

Section 149. Inter-American Cooperation in Space, Science, and
Technology..

Section 150. Department of State Inspector General

Section 151. Employees of the United Nations....

Section 152. Representation of Minorities and Women in the
Foreign Service....

Title VIII-Miscellaneous Provisions

Section 802. United States Institute of Peace

Section 803. Ex Gratia Payment to the Government of Switzer-
land..

Section 804. Policy Toward Application of the Yalta Agreement..
Section 806. Democracy on Taiwan....

Section 807. Increase United States-China Trade

Section 809. Refugees in Thailand...

Section 810. Policy Regarding Foreign Exchange Intervention......
Section 811. Commending Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem.........
Section 812. Japan-United States Security Relationship and Ef-
forts by Japan To Fulfill Self-Defense Responsibilities..
Section 814. United States International Narcotics Control Com-
mission

j. Department of State Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1984 and 1985 (Public Law 98-164) (partial text)..

Title I-Department of State

Section 101. Short Title.

Section 102. Authorization of Appropriations...

Section 103. Improvement of Consular Facilities in Mexico City ..
Section 104. Additional Positions for Political and Economic Re-
porting and for International Communications and Informa-
tion Policy..

Section 105. Alternate Communication Center

Section 106. National Commission on Educational, Scientific,
and Cultural Cooperation.......

Section 107. Coordinating Committee on Export Controls.
Section 108. World Heritage Trust Fund..

Section 109. Interparliamentary Groups.

Section 110. Piracy in the Gulf of Thailand.

Section 111. Relief Assistance for El Salvador and Lebanon.
Section 112. World Intellectual Property Organization...
Section 113. Restriction on Assessed Payments to the United

Nations......

Section 114. Restrictions Relating to the Palestine Liberation
Organization and the South West Africa People's Organization.
Section 115. United States Participation in the United Nations
If Israel Is Illegally Expelled

Section 116. Review of United States Participation in the United
Nations....

Section 118. 1985 Conference-United Nations Decade for
Women

Section 119. United Nations World Assembly on Aging..
Section 125. Counselor of the Department of State

Section 127. Foreign National Employees.

Section 130. Merger of Foreign Service Information Corps With
Foreign Service Corps ..

Section 131. Danger Pay...

Section 133. Foreign Relations Publications

Section 134. United States Diplomatic Relations With the Vati

can..

Section 135. Use of Herbicides Containing Dioxin Compounds by
International Commissions

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