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Contents

Section 106Energy Private Voluntary Organizations and Selected Development Activities
34
Section 107Appropriate Technology
38
Section 109Transfer of Funds
40
Section 110CostSharing and Funding Limits
41
Section 116Human Rights
42
Section 117Assistance for Disadvantaged South Africans
45
Section 117Environment and Natural Resources
46
Section 118Tropical Forests
47
Section 119Endangered Species
50
Section 120Sahel Development ProgramPlanning
52
Section 122General Authorities
53
Section 123Private and Voluntary Organizations and Coop eratives in Overseas Development
54
Section 124Relatively Least Developed Countries
57
Section 125Project and Program Evaluation
58
Section 127Accelerated Loan Repayments
59
Chapter 2Other Programs
60
Title IIAmerican Schools and Hospitals Abroad Prototype De salting Plant
62
Section 219Prototype Desalting Plant
63
Title IIIHousing and Other Credit Guaranty Programs
64
Section 222AAgricultural and Productive Credit and Self Help Community Development Programs
66
Section 223General Provisions
67
Section 224Trade Credit Insurance Program
70
Title IVOverseas Private Investment Corporation
72
Section 231AAdditional Requirements
74
Title VDisadvantaged Children in Asia
95
Chapter 4See Chapter 4 of Part
110
Chapter 9International Disaster Assistance
128
Part
137
Section 611Completion of Plans and Cost Estimates
179
Section 612Use of Foreign Currencies
180
Section 613Accounting Valuation Reporting and Admin istration of Foreign Currencies
182
Section 615Contract Authority
184
Section 620Prohibitions Against Furnishing Assistance
185
Section 620AProhibition on Assistance to Countries Sup porting International Terrorism
194
Section 620CUnited States Policy Regarding the Eastern Mediterranean
196
Section 620DProhibition on Assistance to Afghanistan
197
Section 620EAssistance to Pakistan
198
Chapter 2Administrative Provisions
199
Section 622Coordination With Foreign Policy
200
Section 623The Secretary of Defense
201
Section 625Employment of Personnel
203
Section 626Experts Consultants and Retired Officers
205
Section 627Detail of Personnel to Foreign Governments
206
Section 630Terms of Detail or Assignment
207
Section 632Allocation and Reimbursement Among Agencies
208
Section 633Waivers of Certain Laws
210
Section 634Annual Report
211
Section 634ANotification of Program Changes
213
Section 634BClassification of Reports
214
Section 635General Authorities
215
Section 636Provisions on Uses of Funds
217
Section 637Administrative Expenses
221
Section 640AFalse Claims and Ineligible Commodities
222
Section 640BCoordination
223
Section 640CShipping Differential
224
Section 643Saving Provisions
225
Section 644Definitions
226
Section 645Unexpended Balances
228
Section 647Dependable Fuel Supply
229
Section 648Special Authorization for Use of Foreign Currencies
229
Section 653Change in Allocation of Foreign Assistance
230
Section 660Prohibiting Police Training
231
Section 661Trade and Development Program
233
Section 666Discrimination Against United States Personnel
234
Section 667Operating Expenses
235
Section 669Nuclear Enrichment Transfers
236
b Arms Export Control Act Public Law 90629
244
Chapter 6Leases of Defense Articles
299
Notice to Congress of Certain Transfers of Defense Articles and
302
e AngloIrish Agreement Support Act of 1986 Public Law 99415 par
309
Prohibition on imports from and exports
324
United States airmarshal program
330
Title VIIWestern Hemisphere
336
Title VIIIAfrica
358
Title IXAsia
365
g Jordan Supplemental Economic Assistance Authorization Act of 1985
375
Section 729Reporting Requirement Relating to El Salvador
404
Section 734Repeals
405
International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1980
406
Section 110Exportation of Uranium Depleted in the Iso tope 235
407
Section 119Prohibition on Military Assistance to Nicaragua
408
Section 317Reduction of Postharvest Losses of Food
409
Title VAfrican Development Foundation
410
Section 505Functions
411
Section 506Powers
412
Section 507Management
413
Section 508Government Corporation Control Act
414
Title VIIMiscellaneous Provisions
415
Section 712Assistance for Jordan
416
Section 716Incarceration and Deportation of Certain Cubans
417
53 partial text
419
Section 125Assistance to Latin American and Caribbean Countries
420
Section 402Purposes and Establishment of the Institute
421
Section 404General Authorities
422
Section 405Director of the Institute
423
Section 408Institute Fellowships
425
Section 409Conflict of Interest
426
Section 413Establishment in International Development Cooperation Agency
427
Section 507NonProliferation of Nuclear Weapons
428
Section 510Certain Travel Expenses
429
n International Security Assistance Act of 1979 Public Law 9692 par tial text
430
Section 23Transfer of War Reserve Material and Other Property to Taiwan
431
Section 27Fiscal Year 1979 Supplemental Authorization for Turkey
432
o Special International Security Assistance Act of 1979 Public Law
433
Section 4Supplemental Authorization of Foreign Military Sales Loan Guaranties for Egypt and Israel
434
Section 6Transfer of Facilities of the Sinai Field Mission to Egypt
435
Section 10NonProliferation of Nuclear Weapons
436
p International Development and Food Assistance Act of 1978 Public Law 95424 partial text
437
Section 120Locust Plagues Control in Africa
438
Section 302Implementation of Objectives
439
Title VIMiscellaneous Provisions
440
q International Security Assistance Act of 1978 Public Law 95384
441
Section 23Special Security Assistance Program for the Modernization of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Korea
442
Section 24United States Relations with the Soviet Union
443
Section 26United StatesRepublic of China Mutual Defense Treaty
444
Section 28Negotiations Between Israel and Egypt
445
Section 30Savings Provision
446
r International Development and Food Assistance Act of 1977 Public Law 9588 partial text
447
Section 132Limitation on Use of Funds Missing in Action in Vietnam
448
Section 215Effective date
450
s International Security Assistance Act of 1977 Public Law 9592 par tial text
451
Section 21Fiscal Year Authorizations and Limitations
452
Section 26Policy Statement on United States Arms Sales to Israel
453
t International Security Assistance and Arms Export Control Act of 1976
455
Section 201Arms Sales Policy
456
Section 407Control of Military Forces in the Indian Ocean
457
Section 409Emergency Food Needs of Portugal
458
Section 506Interim Quarter Authorizations
459
Section 601Expedited Procedure in the Senate
460
Section 602Procurements from Small Businesses
461
Section 607Extortion and Illegal Payments
462
u International Development and Food Assistance Act of 1975 Public Law 94161 partial text
463
Foreign Assistance Act of 1974 Public Law 93559 partial text
465
w Foreign Assistance Act of 1973 Public Law 93189 partial text
471
y Special Foreign Assistance Act of 1971 as amended Public Law
478
bb Foreign Assistance Act of 1968 Public Law 90554
490
Foreign Assistance Appropriations
498
Title 31 United States Code Valid Obligation
574
b Mutual Security Act of 1959 as amended Public Law 86108 partial
580
Mutual Security Act of 1954 as amended retained provisions
581
e Merchant Marine Act of 1936 as amended 50 percent of shipment
588
f Emergency Security Assistance Act of 1973 Public Law 93199
596
Activities in Nicaragua
603
2 Sense of Congress on Introduction of Armed Forces into Nicara
610
6 U S Involvement in Military or Paramilitary Operations Fiscal
627
Congressional Findings Policy and Authority
638
13 U S Involvement in Military or Paramilitary Operations in Nica
649
17 U S Involvement in Military or Paramilitary Operations in Nica
656
Armed Forces Authorizations and Appropriations
715
Laws Relating to Loan or Sale of Vessels to Foreign Countries
836
PEACE CORPS
987
Civilian Civil Service Executive Order 11103
1027

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