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Contents

İntergovernmental negotiating committee for a frame Sec 173 InterAmerican Foundation amends other legislation Sec 174 Housing benefits of the U...
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Great Lakes Fishery Commission
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International Coffee Organization
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Study of technical security and counterintelligence ca pabilities
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committees
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Title IIUnited States Informational Educational and Cultural Pro grams Part AUnited States Information Agency see page 792
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Title IIIMiscellaneous Foreign Policy Provisions
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Reports concerning China
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Report on terrorist assets in the United States
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Part BArms Control and Proliferation
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Report on SS23 missiles
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LaotianAmerican relations
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thorization Act Fiscal Year 1991 Public Law 10220 partial text
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for the Foreign Service
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530
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Contribution to the regular budget of the Interna
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Title VIIRefugee and Other Provisions
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Title IXPeoples Republic of China
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Title XMiscellaneous Provisions
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Public Law 100204 partial text
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for Emergencies in the Diplomatic and Consular Service
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High Intelligence Threat Countries
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Prohibition on Certain Employment at United tries
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tional Employees Engaging in Hostile Intelligence Activities
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Certain Countries and Organizations
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Part DPersonnel Matters
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Protection of Civil Service Employees
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Compensation for Certain State Department Offi Section 174 Audit of Merit Personnel System of Foreign Service
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Chief of Missions Salary
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Women and Minorities in the Foreign Service
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Disposition of Personal Property Abroad
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Title VIIInternational Organizations
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Reform in the Budget Decisionmaking Procedures of the United Nations and its Specialized Agencies
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Public Access to United Nations War Crimes Com mission Files
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Part BUnited States Commission on Improving the Effectiveness of the United Nations
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Powers of the Commission
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Staff
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General Accounting Office Audits of the Commis sion
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United States Membership in Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration
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AsianPacific Regional Human Rights Convention
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Title IXImmigration And Refugee Provisions
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United States
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Amerasian Children in Vietnam
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Release of Yang Wei
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Title XIIRegional Foreign Relations Matters
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grate from the Soviet Union
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SelfDetermination of the People from the Baltic States of Estonia Latvia and Lithuania
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Partial Lifting of the Trade Embargo Against Nicaragua
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Human Rights in Paraguay
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Forced Detention by the African National Con gress and the South African Government
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Part DMiddle East
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Acting in Accordance With International Law in the Persian Gulf
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United States Policy Toward the IranIraq War
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Iranian Persecution of the Bahais
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Part EAsia
175
Report on Administration Policy on Afghanistan
176
Republic of China
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Support for the Right of SelfDetermination for the Cambodian People
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Human Rights in the Peoples Republic of China
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Democracy in Taiwan
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Part FMiscellaneous
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Title XIIIEffective Date
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534
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Pilot Project for Foreign Service Associates
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International Jute Organization
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Commending Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem
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forts by Japan To Fulfill SelfDefense Responsibilities
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JapanUnited States Security Relationship and Ef Section 813 Diplomatic Equivalence and Reciprocity
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United States International Narcotics Control Com mission
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f Department of State Authorization Act Fiscal Years 1984 and 1985
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Improvement of Consular Facilities in Mexico City
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and Cultural Cooperation
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Piracy in the Gulf of Thailand
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Organization and the South West Africa Peoples Organization
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If Israel Is Illegally Expelled
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Report on Policies Pursued by Other Countries in International Organizations
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United Nations World Assembly on Aging
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Foreign National Employees
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Foreign Relations Publications
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Title XMiscellaneous Provisions
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Prohibition on Certain Assistance to the Khmer Rouge in Kampuchea
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Policy Toward the Export of NuclearRelated Equipment Materials or Technology to India Argentina and South Africa
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Acid Rain
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International Agreements on Natural Gas
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Title IVForeign Service and Other Personnel
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Title VScience Technology and American Diplomacy
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Responsibilities of the President
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Responsibility of the Secretary of State
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Title VIPolicy Provisions
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International Journalistic Freedom
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Spanish Democracy
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States Foreign Relations
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World Alternate Energy Conference
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Living Abroad
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Cuban Presence in Africa
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Title VIIMiscellaneous Provisions
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j Foreign Relations Authorization Act Fiscal Year 1978 Public Law
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Authorization of Appropriations 267 ai Section 102 Transfer Authority
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Americans Incarcerated Abroad
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Saint Lawrence Seaway Toll Negotiations
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Liability of Consular Officers
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Compensation for Junior Foreign Service Officers
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Language Training for Foreign Service Spouses
273
Information Offices in the United States
274
Foreign Employment
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Negotiations with Cuba
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350 partial text
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United States Armed Forces Missing in Action in Southeast
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Foreign Relations Authorization Act of 1972 Public Law 92352 par
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3 Department of State Appropriations Act 1990 Public
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State Department Basic Authorities Act of 1956 as amended Public
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Organization and Administration
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f Designation of Certain Officers to Act as Secretary of State Executive
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4 Presidents Intelligence Oversight Board Executive Order
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3 Delegating to the Secretary of State Certain Functions With
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k National Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution Title XV Part
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Diplomatic Security and AntiTerrorism
601
AntiTerrorism and Arms Export Amendments Act of 1989 Public
606
Passport Laws and Regulations
669
Foreign Service Buildings
683
International Center Act Public Law 90553 as amended
694
Foreign Gifts and Decorations
697
Immigration Migration and Refugee Assistance
705
tion 205 91st Congress
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The Asia Foundation Act Public Law 98164 partial text
748
Soviet Embassy in the United States
750
E INFORMATION AND EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMS
761
Materials
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Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act and Related Materials
857
Caribbean and Central America Scholarship Assistance Public Law 101
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United States Scholarship Progam for Developing countries Authoriza tion Fiscal Years 1986 and 1987 Public Law 9993 partial text
883
National Endowment for Democracy Act Public Law 98164 partial text
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Fascell Fellowship Act Public Law 99399 partial text
896
SovietEastern Europe Education and Training Programs
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United StatesIndia Programs
913
NorthSouth Center Act of 1991 Public Law 102138 partial text
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Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange Between East and West Act Public Law 86472 partial text
918
JapanUnited States Friendship Act Public Law 94118
920
Exchange of Materials and Objects
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Convention on Cultural Property Implementation Act Public Law 97446
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United States Recognition and Participation in International Expositions Public Law 91269
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Board for International Broadcasting Radio Free EuropeRadio Liberty
951
Broadcasting to Cuba
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Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe
989
F ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT
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Public Law 102229 partial text
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Chemical and Biological Weapons Control and Warfare Elimination Act
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Arms Control and Disarmament Act Authorization for Fiscal Years 1990
1057
Foreign Service Institute facilities amends other legis
1061
Arms Control Provisions in Department of Defense Authorization Acts
1065
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency Appropriations 1992 Public
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G WAR POWERS COLLECTIVE SECURITY AND RELATED MATERI
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H UNITED NATIONS AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
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Relating to the Implementation on Convention on the Civil Aspects
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INDEX
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Page 144 - 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.
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