Legislation on Foreign Relations with Explanatory Notes

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1962 - United States
 

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F Department of State
233
Foreign Service Act of 1946 as amended
260
Strengthening the organization of the Department of State 3 Basic authority for the Department of State
300
Passport laws and regulations
303
G United Nations 1 United Nations Participation Act of 1945 as amended
317
International Organizations Immunities Act
326
United Nations Headquarters Agreement
330
Appropriations limitation on contributions to international organizations July 10 1952
343
H Foreign economic policy 1 ExportImport Bank Act of 1945 as amended
345
Bretton Woods Agreements Act as amended 3 International Monetary Fund Įrticles of Agreement 4 International Bank for Reconstruction and Deve...
352
International Finance Corporation Act as amended 6 International Finance Corporation Articles of Agreement 7 InterAmerican Development Bank ...
429
InterAmerican Development Bank Articles of Agreement 9 Export Control Act of 1949 as amended
461
Section 22 of Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937
464
International Development Association Act 12 International Development Association Articles of Agree ment
466
Other legislation and documents 1 Authorizing the transfer of naval vessels to friendly foreign countries
487
Excerpt from Standing Rules of the Senate
493
Excerpt from Rules of the House of Representatives
494
Excerpt from Legislative Branch Appropriations Act of 1961
497
International Claims Settlement Act of 1949 as amended 8 Reorganization Plan No 1 of 1954 establishment of the Foreign Claims Settlement Commis...
498
North Atlantic Treaty
530
U S Citizens Commission on NATO
534
Formosa resolution
536
Act of Bogotį
537
Charter of Punta del Este 343 345 345 352 361 390 412 415 429 433 461 464 466 469 487 487 491 493 494 495 497 498 iii 525 530 534 536 537
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Page 530 - The Parties to this Treaty, Recognizing the sovereign equality of all the Parties, Reiterating their faith in the purposes and principles set forth in the Charter of the United Nations and their desire to live in peace with all peoples and all governments...
Page 475 - The Bank and its officers shall not interfere in the political affairs of any member; nor shall they be influenced in their decisions by the political character of the member or members concerned. Only economic considerations shall be relevant to their decisions, and these considerations shall be weighed impartially in order to achieve the purposes stated in Article I.
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