Foreign assistance legislation for fiscal years 1980-81: hearings before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-sixth Congress, first session ....

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Page 12 - Thank you, Mr. Chairman. First of all, let me thank you for your interest and for the invitation, also.
Page 457 - We are willing to help people who believe the way we do, to continue to live the way they want to live.
Page 73 - Decade and the other international instruments on the subject, it is recommended that all countries: (a) Respect and ensure, regardless of their over-all demographic goals, the right of persons to determine, in a free, informed and responsible manner, the number and spacing of their children...
Page 569 - I am serving as legislative counsel for the Office for Church in Society of the United Church of Christ. I am an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ and a member of the District of Columbia bar.
Page xxii - PROGRAMS. — (a) Of the amount authorized to be appropriated to carry out this chapter for the fiscal year 1980, $68,000,000 shall be available for the countries of southern Africa and for a southern Africa regional refugee support, training, and economic planning program to address the problems caused by the economic dislocation resulting from the conflict in that region and for education and job training assistance. Such funds may be used to provide humanitarian assistance to African refugees...
Page xxii - AUTHORITY.— (a) The President is authorized to furnish assistance on such terms and conditions as he may determine...
Page vii - Part 2 — Subcommittee on International Security and Scientific Affairs Overview of security supporting assistance programs Part 3 — Subcommittee on Europe and the Middle East Economic and military aid programs in Europe and the Middle East Part...
Page 582 - Ultimately, government officials contend that more effective plannings in the industrialized sector and greater mobilization of the workers will substantially increase production. Officials forecast that by 1980 output will match figures at the end of the colonial period, which would be a major accomplishment in light of the massive dislocation.
Page 397 - ... Linking to all of this, I find myself concerned by an implicit, almost explicit notion that the Japanese economy is quite static, that there has been rather little change. I think that is not a useful way to approach this problem, and I would like to spend a few moments on it. I think one of the reasons that the West in general and the United States in particular have so much trouble dealing with that, as we clearly do, is because the Japanese growth phenomenon has been so extraordinary, so rapid...
Page 582 - Sure, FRELIMO's Marxist, but they keep their distance from Moscow. They're very independent, pro-Third World." Mozambique has stubbornly resisted all efforts at great power encroachment. This is reflected in her adamant opposition to the militarization of the Indian Ocean, her opposition to any foreign bases on her territory, her refusal to become enbroiled in the Sino-Soviet split, and her cordial relations with both socialist and Western countries.

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