Legislation on Foreign Relations Through ..., Volumes 1-2

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1982 - United States
 

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Contents

Section 107Appropriate Technology
36
Section 109Transfer of Funds
39
Section 111Development and Use of Cooperatives
40
Section 116Human Rights
41
Section 117Assistance for Disadvantaged South Africans
44
Section 118Tropical Forests
45
Section 119Endangered Species
48
Section 120Sahel Development ProgramPlanning
50
Section 121Sahel Development ProgramImplementation
51
Section 122General Authorities
52
Section 123Private and Voluntary Organizations and Coop eratives in Overseas Development
53
Section 124Relatively Least Developed Countries
55
Section 125Project and Program Evaluation
56
Section 126Development and Illicit Narcotics Production
57
Section 128Targeting Assistance for Those Living in Abso lute Poverty
58
Title IMultilateral and Regional Development Programs
59
Title IIAmerican Schools and Hospitals Abroad Prototype De salting Plant
60
Section 219Prototype Desalting Plant
61
Title IIIHousing and Other Credit Guaranty Programs
62
Section 222Authorization
63
Section 222AAgricultural and Productive Credit and Self Help Community Development Programs
64
Section 223General Provisions
66
Section 224Trade Credit Insurance Program
69
Title IVOverseas Private Investment Corporation
70
Section 232Capital of the Corporation
73
Section 233Organization and Management _ Section 234Investment Insurance and Other Programs
75
Section 234AFacultative Reinsurance Program Section 235Issuing Authority Direct Investment Fund and Reserves
80
Section 236Income and Revenues
83
Section 237General Provisions Relating to Insurance
84
Section 238Definitions _ Section 239General Provisions and Powers
88
Section 240Small Business Development
91
Title VDisadvantaged Children in Asia Section 241Assistance to Certain Disadvantaged Children in Asia Title IXUtilization of Democratic Institution...
94
Title XflFamine Prevention and Freedom From Hunger Section 296General Provisions
95
Section 297General Authority
97
Section 298Board for International Food and Agricultural Development
99
Section 299Authorization V
100
Chapter 3International Organizations and Programs II
101
Section 305Integration of Women
107
Chapter 4See Chapter 4 of Part IT 1C Chapter 5Contingencies 11
108
Chapter 6Central America Democracy Peace and Develop ment Initiative M
109
Section 462Conditions on Furnishing Assistance 11
110
Section 465Authorizations for Fiscal Years 1988 and 1989 11
112
Section 483Prohibition in Use of Foreign Assistance for Reimbursements for Drug Crop Eradications 12
124
Section 485Records of Aircraft Use 12
125
Section 492Authorization 12
126
Section 495Cyprus Relief and Rehabilitation 12
127
Section 495BItaly Relief and Rehabilitation 12
130
Part
134
Section 606Patents and Technical Information
169
Section 607Furnishing of Services and Commodities
170
Section 608Advance Acquisition of Property
172
Section 609Special Account
173
Section 610Transfer Between Accounts Section 611Completion of Plans and Cost Estimates
174
Section 612Use of Foreign Currencies Section 613Accounting Valuation Reporting and Admin istration of Foreign Currencies
175
Section 614Special Authorities
178
Section 615Contract Authority Section 616Availability of Funds Section 617Termination of Assistance
179
Section 620Prohibitions Against Furnishing Assistance
180
Section 620AProhibition on Assistance to Countries Sup porting International Terrorism
189
Section 620CUnited States Policy Regarding the Eastern Mediterranean
190
Chapter 2Administrative Provisions Section 621Exercise of Functions
193
AStrengthened Management Practices Section 622Coordination With Foreign Policy
194
Section 623The Secretary of Defense Section 624Statutory Officers
195
Section 625Employment of Personnel
197
Section 626Experts Consultants and Retired Officers Section 627Detail of Personnel to Foreign Governments Section 628Detail of Personnel to Inter...
199
Section 629Status of Personnel Detailed 5
201
Section 631Missions and Staffs Abroad 2
211
Section 632Allocation and Reimbursement Among Agen cies 2
211
Section 636Provisions on Uses of Funds 2
211
Section 637Administrative Expenses 2
215
Section 640AFalse Claims and Ineligible Commodities 2
217
Chapter 3Miscellaneous Provisions 2
218
b Arms Export Control Act Public Law 90629
237
Section 642Statutes Repealed 2
283
Notice to Congress of Certain Transfers of Defense Articles and
290
e AngloIrish Agreement Support Act of 1986 Public Law 99415 par
297
Prohibition on imports from and exports
312
Enforcement of International Civil Aviation
318
Effective date Title VIInternational Narcotics Control Section 607 Procurement of weapons to defend aircraft ii
319
Assistance to Peru Section 613 Reallocation of funds if conditions not
321
Cuban drug trafficking
322
Drug trafficking and the problem of total confi dentiality of certain foreign bank accounts
323
Title VIIWestern Hemisphere Section 702 El Salvador
324
Assistance for Guatemala
326
Refugees in Honduras
328
Promoting the development of the Haitian people and providing for orderly emigration from Haiti
329
Military assistance for Paraguay Section 707 Assistance for Peru Section 709 Comprehensive reports on assistance for Latin America and the Caribbe...
331
International Advisory Commission for the Car
332
ibbean Region Section 716 Rural electrification
333
Facilitating international commerce through Mexico Section 718 Condemning human rights violations and the subversion of other governments by t...
334
Reports on foreign debt in Latin America Section 720 Economic assistance for Uruguay Section 721 Canadian exports to the United States
335
Nicaragua
336
Title VIIIAfrica Section 801 Balanceofpayments support for countries in Africa
346
Economic support assistance for Southern Africa
347
Policy toward South African homelands i
349
Assistance for Tunisia I
350
Elections in Liberia S Section 808 Western Sahara 3
351
Assistance for the Peoples Republic of Mozam bique 3
353
Disadvantaged children in Asia 31
355
Assistance for the Cambodian people
356
Section 402Purposes and Establishment of the Institute
412
Section 404General Authorities
413
Section 405Director of the Institute
414
Section 408 Institute Fellowships
416
Section 409Conflict of Interest
417
Section 413Establishment in International Development Cooperation Agency
418
Section 507NonProliferation of Nuclear Weapons
419
Section 510Certain Travel Expenses
420
n International Security Assistance Act of 1979 Public Law 9692 par tial text
421
Section 23Transfer of War Reserve Material and Other Property to Taiwan
422
Section 27Fiscal Year 1979 Supplemental Authorization for Turkey
423
o Special International Security Assistance Act of 1979 Public Law
424
Section 4Supplemental Authorization of Foreign Military Sales Loan Guaranties for Egypt and Israel
425
Section 6Transfer of Facilities of the Sinai Field Mission to Egypt
426
Section 10NonProliferation of Nuclear Weapons
427
p International Development and Food Assistance Act of 1978 Public Law 95424 partial text
428
Section 120Locust Plagues Control in Africa
429
Section 302Implementation of Objectives 4
430
Title VIMiscellaneous Provisions 4
431
q International Security Assistance Act of 1978 Public Law 95384
432
Section 23Special Security Assistance Program for the Modernization of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Korea 4
433
Section 24United States Relations with the Soviet Union 4
434
Section 26United StatesRepublic of China Mutual Defense Treaty _ 4
435
Section 28Negotiations Between Israel and Egypt 4
436
r International Development and Food Assistance Act of 1977 Public Law 9588 partial text 4
438
Section 132Limitation on Use of Funds Missing in Action in Vietnam 4
439
Section 215Effective date 4
441
Section 21Fiscal Year Authorizations and Limitations 4
443
Section 26Policy Statement on United States Arms Sales to Israel 4
444
t International Security Assistance and Arms Export Control Act of 1976
445
Section 201Arms Sales Policy
446
Section 407Control of Military Forces in the Indian Ocean
447
Section 409Emergency Food Needs of Portugal 44
448
Section 506Interim Quarter Authorizations 44
449
Section 601Expedited Procedure in the Senate 45
450
Section 602Procurements from Small Businesses 45
451
Section 607Extortion and UUxul Payments 45
452
u International Development and Food Assistance Act of 1975 Public
453
w Foreign Assistance Act of 1973 Public Law 93189 partial text
461
y Special Foreign Assistance Act of 1971 as amended Public Law
468
bb Foreign Assistance Act of 1968 Public Law 90554
480
Foreign Assistance Appropriations
488
b Definition of Program Project and Activity as required by Public
519
Other Foreign Assistance Related Legislation
531
Executive Orders Delegations of Authority and Reorganization Plans
620
Section 495FAfrican Rehabilitation and Resettlement 12
623
Section 643Saving Provisions 2
630
Armed Forces Authorizations and Appropriations
653
Section 644Definitions 2
703
Laws Relating to Loan or Sale of Vessels to Foreign Countries
760
Food for Peace Program
871
Agricultural Trade Act of 1978
877
Agricultural Act of 1980 and Related Material
883
Agriculture and Food Act of 1981 Public Law 9798 partial text
899
Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1982 Public Law 97253 partial text
911
THE PEACE CORPS
917
Establishment of the Peace Corps as an Independent Agency Public
947
Executive Order 12137 The Peace Corps
953
Executive Order 12412 Peace Corps Advisory Council
959
CONTENTS
963
Anns Control and Disarmament Act Authorization for Fiscal Years 1986
987
E DEPARTMENT OF STATE
993
Recognition by the United States of Foreign Governments S Res 205 91st
999
Section 646Construction 2
1065
Organizations and Administration
1174
Section 650Use of United States Armed Forces 2
1320
Passport Laws and Regulations
1378
Foreign Service Buildings 388
1388
International Center Act Public Law 90553 as amended
1398
Migration and Refugee Assistance
1409
Congress
1426
The Asia Foundation Act title IV of Public Law 98164
1427
The International Environment Protection Act of 1983 title VII of Public Law 98164
1429
Omnibus Diplomatic Security and Antiterrorism Act of 1986 Public Law 99399 partial text
1432
Executive Order 12576 Victims of Terrorism Compensation
1477
F INFORMATION AND EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMS
1479
Materials _
1481
a United States Information and Educational Exchange Act
1483
General Provisions
1490
ile VIIIAdministrative Procedures
1494
Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act and Related Materials
1543
through
1555
Section 902Advance of Funds 1499
1560
United States Scholarship Program for Developing Countries Authoriza tion Fiscal Years 1986 and 1987 title VI of Public Law 9993
1562
National Endowment for Democracy Act title IV of Public Law 98164
1569
SovietEastern European Research and Training Act of 1983 title VIII of Public Law 98164
1574
United StatesIndia Fund for Cultural Educational and Scientific Coopera tion Act title IX of Public Law 98164
1579
Executive Order 12517 Delegation Concerning the United StatesIndia Fund for Cultural Educational and Scientific Cooperation
1581
Center for Cultural and Technical Interchange Between East and West Act of 1960 Partial Text of Mutual Security Act of 1960
1582
JapanUnited States Friendship Act Public Law 94118
1584
Exchange of Materials and Objects
1590
Convention on Cultural Property Implementation Act Public Law 97446
1593
International Expositions
1608
Board for International Broadcasting Act of 1973 Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty
1617
Radio Broadcasting to Cuba Act Public Law 9811U
1633
Commission on Securitv and Cooperation in Europe Public Law 94304
1638
Control of Swine Influenza Public Law 94302 partial text
1646
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