Legislation on Foreign Relations Through ..., Volume 2

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1993
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Contents

Womens human rights protection
105
Part CDepartment of State Organization Section 161 Organization of the Department of State
106
Technical and conforming amendments
107
Part DPersonnel Subpart 1General Provisions Section 171 Labormanagement relations amends other legisla tion Section 172 Waiver of limitation fo...
108
Report on classification of Senior Foreign Service positions Section 176 Allowances
109
Grievances amends other legislation Section 178 Midlevel women and minority placement program Section 179 Employment assistance referral syste...
110
Restoration of withheld benefits Subpart 2Foreign Language Competence Within the Foreign Serv
111
Designation of Foreign Language Resources Coordinator
112
TITLE IIUNITED STATES INFORMATIONAL EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL PROGRAMS
113
PART B GENERAL PROVISIONS AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Sec 421 Agreement on State and local taxation
123
United States membership in the AsianPacific Economic Coopera tion Organization
124
Extension of the International Organizations Immunities Act to the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Re sources
125
Withholding of United States contributions for certain programs of international organizations
126
Interparliamentary exchanges
128
Transparency in armaments
129
Torture convention implementation
130
Highlevel visits to Taiwan
131
Report on the use of foreign frozen or blocked assets
132
Implementation of Partnership for Peace
133
Policy toward Thailand Cambodia Laos and Burma
134
Peace process in Northern Ireland
135
International criminal court participation
136
Policy on termination of United States arms embargo
137
Sense of Senate on relations with Vietnam
139
Report on Peoples Mujaheddin of Iran
140
Embargo against Cuba
142
Report on Russian military operations in the independent states of the former Soviet Union
143
United States policy on North Korea
144
Enforcement of nonproliferation treaties
146
Waiver of sanctions with respect to the Federal Republic of Yugo slavia to promote democracy abroad
147
Prohibition on incentive payments under the Arms Export Control
162
Eligibility for assistance
169
Reward amends other legislation
178
Composition of the Commission
184
TITLE IDEPARTMENT OF STATE AND RELATED AGENCIES
192
ice 1
200
28
203
23
223
PART AAUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS
238
Foreign language competence within the Foreign Service 1
239
Foreign language services 1
240
grams
259
88
283
93
342
98
372
Recognition by the United States of Foreign Governments Senate Resolu tion 205 91st Congress
898
The Asia Foundation Act Public Law 98164 partial text
899
E INFORMATION AND EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMS
901
Materials
905
Part AAuthorization of Appropriations see page 936
936
Part BUSIA and Related Agencies Authorities and Activities see page 939
939
Changes in administrative authorities Section 223 Employment authority Section 224 Buying power maintenance account Section 225 Contract auth...
940
Limitation concerning participation in internation al expositions Section 231 Private sector opportunities Section 232 Authority to respond to public i...
941
American studies collections
942
Educational and cultural exchanges with Tibet Section 237 Scholarships for East Timorese students Section 238 Cambodian scholarship and exchang...
943
Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act and Related Materials
1022
Caribbean and Central America Scholarship Assistance Public Law 101
1046
United States Scholarship Progam for Developing Countries Authoriza tion Fiscal Years 1986 and 1987 Public Law 9993 partial text
1049
National Endowment for Democracy Act Public Law 98164 partial text
1056
Fascell Fellowship Act Public Law 99399 partial text
1063
Soviet Former Soviet Eastern European Education and Training Pro grams
1066
United StatesIndia Programs
1085
NorthSouth enter Act of 1991 Public Law 102138 partial text
1088
Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange Between East and West Act Public Law 86472 partial text
1090
JapanUnited States Friendship Act Public Law 94118
1092
Exchange of Materials and Objects
1098
Convention on Cultural Property Implementation Act Public Law 97446
1103
United States Recognition and Participation in International Expositions Public Law 91269
1119
Board for International Broadcasting Radio Free EuropeRadio Liberty
1123
Broadcasting to Cuba
1162
Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe
1177
F ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT
1185
Arms Control and Disarmament Act as amended Public Law 87297
1187
Arms Control and Nonproliferation Act Public Law 103236
1221
Cooperative threat Reduction Act of 1993 Public Law 103160 partial text
1225
Freedom for Russia and Emerging Eurasian Democracies and Open Mar kets Support Act of 1992 FREEDOM Support Act Public Law 102511
1232
Chemical and Biological Weapons Proliferation Executive Order 12735
1359
G WAR POWERS COLLECTIVE SECURITY AND RELATED MATERI
1365
Cuban Resolution Public Law 87733
1391
Tonkin Gulf Resolution Public Law 88408 repealed
1402
Taiwan Relations
1428
Panama Canal
1441
H UNITED NATIONS AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 1259
1515
544 partial text
1533
U N Provisions in the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal
1545
United Nations Peacekeeping Forces in the Middle East Public Law
1551
Relating to International Agreements on Children
1596
APPENDICES
1605
INDEX
1641
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