American Foreign Policy, 1950-1955: Basic Documents, Volumul 1

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Additional United States Measures in Support of the Republic
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Statement
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Statement by the Secretary
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Statement by the Secretary of State October 31 1955 20212025
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Address by the Secretary of State Novem
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Letter From the United States High
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Agreement Between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Egypt
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Note From the American Embassy at Moscow to the Soviet Foreign
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Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations January
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Letter From the United States High
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Final Declaration of
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Message
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Statement
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Statement by the Department of State July 4 1951 21042105
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1952
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Establishment of the United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency
30
Letter From the United States Com
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Address by
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Message From the Presi
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IsraeliEgyptian Obligations To Cooperate With the United Nations
36
Letter From the United States High
37
Statement by the President
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Joint
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Note From
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Harassment of Local Employees of the American Legation at Buda
45
Aide
48
Note From the American
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Message From
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G Negotiations Regarding a LendLease Settlement
51
Joint Message and Pro
52
Declaration by the Foreign Ministers of the United States the United
55
Convening of a Special Session of the United Nations General Assem
56
Inaugural Address by the President January 20 1953 Excerpt 5761
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Beneficent Effect of Japans Accession to the General Agreement
58
Fifth Report by the United Nations Representative for India
59
Note From the Secretary of State to the Soviet Foreign Minister
61
Cessation of Distribution of The Romanian News and News From
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H Repatriation of German and Japanese Prisoners of
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Address by the President April 16 1953 6571
65
Mission of the United States Seventh Fleet in the Formosa Taiwan
66
First Report of the United Nations Commission To Investigate Con
67
Hostile Activities of the Soviet Union and Its Allies Against Yugo
69
Second Report of the United Nations Commission To Investigate Con
70
Address by the Secretary of State November
71
Letter From the United States
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Statement by the Secretary of State
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Message by the President to the Congress
77
Conditions for United States Defense of Quemoy and the Matsu
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General Assembly Resolution 613 VII December 20 1952
84
Imprisonment of United States Nationals by Chinese Communist
87
Statement by the Secretary
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Results of the Korean Phase of the Geneva Conference on Korea
92
Negotiations at the Ambassadorial Level for the Release of United
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THE INDOCHINA PHASE OF THE GENEVA CONFERENCE 1954
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Statement by the Department of State
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Note From the American Ambassador at Moscow to the Soviet
97
Rejection of Soviet Charges of United States Interference With
99
Message by the President to the Congress
100
Statement by the Secretary of State February 10 1954 Excerpts 18551858
105
CHARTS AND MAPS
107
Termination of the Activities of the Neutral Nations Supervisory
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Statement by the Secretary of State July 21 1955 Excerpt
121
Address by the Secretary of State
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Message by the President to the Congress
129
DISARMAMENT AND THE CONTROL
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Reorganization Plan No 8 of 1953 Establishing the United States
132
TWENTYYEAR PROGRAM FOR ACHIEVING PEACE
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PEACE THROUGH DEEDS
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Nations Before the General Assembly September 30 1955 23012302
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Statement by the United States Representative Before the Political
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Resolution 377 V of the General Assembly November 3 1950 187192
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United States Working Paper Prepared for the Consideration of
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PROBLEM OF DEFINING AGGRESSION
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Paper Submitted
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Universal Declaration of Human Rights August 10 1948
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Draft Covenant on Economic Social and Cultural Rights June 1952 219227
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Message From the President to the Commission on Human Rights
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Texts of United States Draft Resolutions May 7 1953 239244
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Resolution 833 IX of the General Assembly December 4 1954 245246
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Resolutions 558 VI
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EXPANDED PROGRAM OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
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Resolution 842 IX of the General Assembly December 17 1954
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Public Law 495 82d Congress 2d Session July 10 1952 Excerpts 272273
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Resolution 708 VII of the General Assembly April 1 1953 292293
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Resolution 741 VIII of the General Assembly December 9 1953 271272
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Note Verbale From the Representative of the United States at
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Statement by the United States Representative Before the General
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Resolution 918 X of the General Assembly December 8 1955
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Statement by the Secretary of State November 13 1951 340341
340
Address by the President
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A General
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Address by the Secretary of State Before the General Assembly Sep
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Address by the President at the Tenth Anniversary Meeting
360
ENTERING THE SECOND DECADE
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18321833
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Statement by the President July 18 1955
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Address by the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organ
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Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice March 30 1950
384
POSTWAR SETTLEMENTS
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Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations May 15 1947
404
UNDERSTANDINGS REGARDING TRIESTE
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Trieste
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SETTLEMENT WITH JAPAN
425
Japanese Declaration of Intention To Accede to Certain International
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Japanese Declaration Regarding Allied Graves Cemeteries
441
Statement by the Special Representative of the President at
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RESTORATION OF SOVEREIGNTY TO THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC
483
Germany
484
Convention on the Rights and Obligations of Foreign Forces and Their
489
Amended by Schedule II to the Protocol on the Termination of
498
Finance Convention May 26 1952 as Amended by Schedule III
539
Agreement on the Tax Treatment of the Forces and Their Members
607
Protocol to the North Atlantic Treaty on the Accession of the Federal
610
Agreement on the Saar Between the Federal Republic of Germany
613
Statement by the Governments of the United States the United
617
Resolution 385 V of the United Nations General Assembly Novem
620
Message by the President to the Senate November 15 1954 623626
623
612
643
A United States Military and Economic Assistance Prior to the Outbreak
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INDOCHINA
750
Indochina
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Agreement on the Cessation of Hostilities in Cambodia July 20 1954 767775
767
Agreement on the Cessation of Hostilities in Laos July 20 1954 775785
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Final Declaration of the Geneva Conference on the Problem of
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The Basic Security Treaties of the United States 788789
788
BASIC SECURITY TREATIES OF THE UNITED
789
Report by the Acting Secretary of State to the President December
796
Western Hemisphere Defense Area
806
Text of Treaty April 4 1949
812
Statement by the Secretary of State
818
Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations June 6 1949 825852
825
Views of the United States and France on the Eve of the Geneva
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Protocol to the North Atlantic Treaty on the Accession of Greece
853
MUTUAL DEFENSE TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES
873
Statement Transmitted to the Secretary of State by the Special Repre
880
Statement by the Secretary of State at the Signing Ceremony Sep
886
Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations February
893
Report by the Secretary of State to the President December 30 1953 900902
900
Resolution
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SOUTHEAST ASIA COLLECTIVE DEFENSE TREATY MANILA PACT
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Address by the Secretary of State September 15 1954
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Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations January
929
Text of Treaty December 2 1954 945947
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Statement by the Secretary of State Before the Senate Committee
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A General
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B The Pacific and Southeast Asia
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Membership of European Regional Arrangements
966
EUROPEAN REGIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
968
Protocol No II on Forces of Western European Union October
977
Message Delivered by the Deputy
985
Statement by the President on United States Policy Respecting
989
THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE
1001
THE EUROPEAN PAYMENTS UNION
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Communiqué
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Protocol of Provisional Application of the Agreement September
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Protocol Concerning Relations With the Council of Europe April
1078
Agreement Between
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Agreement Between the United States and the European Coal
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Treaty May 27 1952 11071150
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Address by the Secretary
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Military Protocol May 27 1952 11511162
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Financial Protocol May 27 1952 11631170
1163
Protocol Concerning Relations Between the European Defense Com
1171
Convention Relative to the Status of European Defense Forces
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Tripartite Declaration May 27 1952 11971198
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Protocol on Links With the Council of Europe March 10 1953 12311232
1231
THE WARSAW SECURITY PACT
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Proposal for Conclusion of an International Convention Treaty
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Pact of the League of Arab States March 22 1945
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Treaty of Joint Defense and Economic Cooperation Between
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Pact of Mutual Cooperation Between the Kingdom of Iraq
1257
Decision
1268
Report of the Investigat
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PEACEFUL SETTLEMENTS UNDER THE INTERAMERICAN PEACE
1285
Report of the InterAmerican Peace Committee on the_Controversy
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Final Act of the Fourth Meeting
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The Declaration of Caracas
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Public Law 86 84th Congress
1302
Statement to the Press
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Statement by the Department of State May 1 1952
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Address by the Secretary of State
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United States Economic Relations With the Other American
1338
Address
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Negotiations for Release of United Nations Personnel Detained
1355
Article on the Conference Between
1356
Revision of Prior Agreements Relating to the Security and Operation
1364
CANADIANUNITED STATES RELATIONS
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Statement by the Secretary of State Before the House Committee
1404
Statement by Representatives
1406
Order
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Public Law 358 83d Congress
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Exchange of Notes Between the United
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Further Cooperation for DefenseThe MidCanada and DEW
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NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST SOUTH ASIA AND AFRICA
1432
Note From the American Chargé dAffaires
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Address by the Secretary of State May 31 1950
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Address by the Secretary
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Address by the Secretary of State December 22 1953
1449
Note From the American
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Radio Interview With the Secretary of State April 4 1954
1457
Proposal Submitted by the Foreign Ministers of the United States
1458
Communiqué by the Foreign Ministers of the United States
1463
Statement to the Press by the Secretary of State September 3 1953 18431844
1467
Statement by the President
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Statement by the Secretary of State to the Press August 31 1954 14711473
1471
United Nations Security
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Communiqué Issued at Paris by the Foreign Ministers of the Nine
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Resolution of the North Atlantic Council October 22 1954 14931496
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B The North Atlantic Treaty Organization
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Statement by the Secretary of State Before the Senate Committees
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Statement by the Consultant to the Secretary of State Before
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Senate Concurrent Resolution 18 April 4 1951 82d Congress
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Agreement on the Status of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
1544
Agreement Between the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty
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Agreement Between the Government of the United States and
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Understanding of the Senate in Advising Ratification of the Status
1581
THE WORK OF NATO
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Com
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Com
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Statement by the North Atlantic Council Ottawa September 21 1
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Communiqué
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Com
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Report by the SecretaryGeneral
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Note From
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Com
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Relations With Certain Countries
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Agreement Between the United States and
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Summary of Statement by
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Letter From the President of the United States
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24002401
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Communiqué by
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Communiqué by the Secretary
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Statement by the Secretary of State
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Communiqué Regarding Discus
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Message From the President of
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Pagina 161 - The Organization shall enjoy in the territory of each of its Members such legal capacity as may be necessary for the exercise of its functions and the fulfillment of its purposes.
Pagina 141 - Assembly may recommend measures for the peaceful adjustment of any situation, regardless of origin, which it deems likely to impair the general welfare or friendly relations among nations, including situations resulting from a violation of the provisions of the present Charter setting forth the Purposes and Principles of the United Nations.
Pagina 142 - Members of the United Nations. The Republic of China, France, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the United States of America shall be permanent members of the Security Council.
Pagina 140 - The Secretary-General, with the consent of the Security Council, shall notify the General Assembly at each session of any matters relative to the maintenance of international peace and security which are being dealt with by the Security Council...
Pagina 142 - Council, due regard being specially paid, in the first instance to the contribution of Members of the United Nations to the maintenance of international peace and security and to the other purposes of the Organization, and also to equitable geographical distribution.
Pagina 148 - Members in the exercise of this right of self-defence shall be immediately reported to the Security Council and shall not in any way affect the authority and responsibility of the Security Council under the present Charter to take at any time such action as it deems necessary in order to maintain or restore international peace and security.
Pagina 914 - This Treaty does not affect and shall not be interpreted as affecting in any way the rights and obligations under the Charter of the Parties which are members of the United Nations or the primary responsibility of the Security Council for the maintenance of international peace and security.
Pagina 210 - ... or to the extent strictly necessary in the opinion of the court in special circumstances where publicity would prejudice the interests of justice.
Pagina 834 - In order more effectively to achieve the objectives of this Treaty, the Parties, separately and jointly, by means of continuous and effective self-help and mutual aid, will maintain and develop their individual and collective capacity to resist armed attack.
Pagina 294 - The paramount consideration in the employment of the staff and in the determination of the conditions of service shall be the necessity of securing the highest standards of efficiency, competence, and integrity. Due regard shall be paid to the importance of recruiting the staff on as wide a geographical basis as possible.