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Historical Division, Bureau of Public Affairs, 1959
 

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The United States Position on the Question of Review of
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Continuation of the United Nations General Assembly Com
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Question of the Composition of the United Nations Trusteeship
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The United Nations Budget 8493
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Revision of the Scale of Assessments for the Apportionment
92
The Fourteenth Session of the U N General Assembly 93118
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The United States Position on the Question of the Representa
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Question of the Representation of Hungary in the United
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E Economic Development and Technical Assistance 118132
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Contributions to the United Nations Expanded Program
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Status of the United Nations Expanded Program of Technical
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F Human Rights 132147
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Continuing Consideration of Draft International Covenants
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Ministerial Meeting of the North Atlantic Council Washing
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Continuing Consideration of a Draft Convention on Freedom
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G Trusteeship and SelfDetermination 148150
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The Specialized Agencies 163315
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Effects of the European Economic Community on the Develop
164
THE INTERGovernmentaL MARITIME ConsulTATIve
180
Request for an Increase in the United States Capital Subscrip
206
United States Hopes for Sufficient Progress at the Foreign
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Authorization for an Increase in the United States Capital Sub
216
Soviet Proposals for an EighteenMonth Prolongation of Certain
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United States Conception of the Role of the Proposed Inter
223
THE INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AviaTION ORGANIZATION
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Operations of the International Finance Corporation During
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Operations of the International Monetary Fund During
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Termination of Military Assistance Furnished to Yugoslavia
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THE World HEALTH ORGANIZATION
284
Third Congress of the World Meteorological Organization
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FrenchUnited States Review of Policies in Areas of Mutual
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WESTERN HEMISPHERE DEVELOPMENTS 316511
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The Difficulty of Converting the Military Assistance Program
320
America Mexico and the Caribbean Area Including Peace
326
Regional Conference of United States Chiefs of Mission
333
United States Support of the Request of the Government
336
United States Concern With Respect to the Provisions for Com
342
United States Support of the Proposal for a Meeting of Con
348
Convocation of a Meeting of Consultation of Foreign Ministers
352
The November 7 1954 U S Air Force B29 Incident Hok
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Final Act of the Fifth Meeting of Consultation of Ministers
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United States Support of Constructive Measures To Serve
370
DEVELoPMENTs SUBSEQUENT To THE FIFTH MEETING
373
PakistaniUnited States Review of Worldwide Political Ques
381
The Historical Basis for Friendly CubanUnited States Relations
382
Measures Taken To Intensify Enforcement of Laws Governing
384
United States Continued Recognition of the Titular Sovereignty
390
Measures Taken and Proposed for the Economic Develop
393
United States Suggestions for Promoting the Economic Develop
397
Conditions Affecting the Extent of United States Participation
403
United States Opposition to Any United Nations General
418
United States Observations on the Initial Reports of Rebellion
430
Establishment of the National Advisory Committee on Inter
432
Agreement Establishing the InterAmerican Development Bank
440
The United States Position Respecting the SinoIndian Border
444
Refutation of Soviet Charges Regarding the Nature of United
458
Establishment of a Preparatory Committee for the Inter
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Request for Authorization of United States Membership
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Recommendation of Congressional Approval of United States
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PRogREss TowARD A LATIN AMERICAN Common MARKET
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E CanadianUnited States Relations 493506
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United States Consideration of Alternatives to Ineffective
495
Second Meeting of the CanadaUnited States Ministerial Com
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F Antarctica 506511
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WESTERN EUROPE
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Establishment and Terms of Reference of the Technical Working
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Ministerial Meeting of the North Atlantic Council Washing
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Move on the Success of the Forthcoming Foreign Ministers
517
Establishment of the NATO Hawk GroundtoAir Missile
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B European Regional OrganizationsCurrency Convertibility
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Government December 27 1958 531532
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Preparations for Convening an International Scientific Con
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ment Issued by the OEEC Paris December 27 1958 553554
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Preliminary Proposals of the Commission on the European
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Statement
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Inner Six Review of the Proposals Regarding a European
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Suggested Program for Solving the Problem of a European
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The Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration ICEM
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and of the Forum in Which To Negotiate Their Settlement
588
The Basic Differences Between the United States and Soviet
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The Problems of an Agenda for the Proposed Foreign Ministers
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The United States Position on the Right of MilitarySupply
610
The Prospects for a Summit Conference in the Light of Soviet
616
United States Views on the MacmillanKhrushchev Talks
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The EisenhowerMacmillan Discussion of Matters of Mutual
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Soviet Insistence on Observation of a 10000Foot Ceiling
640
Developments During the First Phase of the Foreign
649
The Two Endeavors of the Foreign Ministers Conference
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Foreign Minister Gromyko at the Fifth Session of
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United States Refutation of the Soviet Analysis of the Sub
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Soviet Agreement to Inclusion of Provisions in a German
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PART XContinued
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The Prospects for Holding a Heads of Government Conference
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Pending the Formation of a German Confederation andor
700
Soviet Refutation of the Western Powers Interpretation of
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of the Foreign Ministers Conference Geneva June 19 1959 713714
713
Developments During the Recess of the Foreign Min
717
Soviet Clarification of Its Proposals for an Interim Agreement
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Developments During the Second Phase of the Foreign
727
United States Views on the Possibility of Devising Arrangements
729
Soviet Rejection of the Western Powers Procedural Substitu
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Dimming Hopes of a Heads of Government Conference Based
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Soviet Views on the Need for a Summit Conference in Order
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Com
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Status of the Berlin Problem Following the EisenhowerKhrush
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E Relations With Certain Countries and Concerning Certain
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Statemen
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of Meetings Between the President of the French Republic
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THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC of GERMANY
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Italy
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Joint
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ItalianUnited States Detailed Discussion of All Important
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THE UNITED KINGDoM
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PART W THE EASTERN EUROPEAN COMMUNIST
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Lifting of Restrictions Applicable to United States Passports
800
Message
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United States Rejection of the Hungarian Governments Note
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Hungary
816
Request for United Nations General Assembly Consideration
818
Poland
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Statement Made
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Rumania
849
Yugoslavia
850
Agreement jº the United StatesYugoslav Surplu Agricultural Commodities Agreement of 1959 Signed at Bel
859
THE SOVIET UNION
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Address by the First º Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the U S S R Mikoyan Before
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Address by the First Deputy Chairman
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The Principal Matters at Issue in SovietUnited States Rela
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The Need for SovietUnited States Bilateral Summit Meet
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Developments Following Chairman Khrushchevs Visit in
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Status of the Berlin Problem on the Eve of the Eisenhower
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Difficulties Encountered in Scheduling and Preparing for
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28December 31 1959
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Soviet Agreement to the Place for and Suggested Rescheduling
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E Cultural Technical and Educational Exchanges
950
Agreement Between the United States and the U S S R on
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Memorandum on Cooperation Between the United States and
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PART WIContinued Pages
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The KhrushchevDillon Discussion of United StatesSoviet
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G Aircraft and Shipping Incidents 9941012
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The September 2 1958 U S Air Force Transport C130
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The February 26 1959 Transatlantic Cables Incident Soviet
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The September 2 1958 U S Air Force Transport C130
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THE NEAR AND MIDDLE EAST 10131074
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IranianUnited States Agreement for Cooperation in Pro
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CENTO Condemnation of the CommunistBloc Propaganda
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Proposals for the Continuation of United Nations Assistance
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Extension of the Mandate of the United Nations Relief
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E The United Nations Emergency Force UNEF
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The Obligation of All Members of the United Nations To Share
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Iran 10651067
1065
Pakistan 10711073
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UNITED ARAB REPUBLIC
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United States Support of the Legitimate Aspirations of
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A North Africa 10961108
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Resolution Adopted by Committee I
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ber 22 1959
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B Central and Southern Africa 11091121
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THE UNIon of SouTH AFRICA AND SouTHWEST AFRICA
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Resolution 1359
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Status and Pending Independence of the Trust Territories
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The Future of the Trust Territory of the Cameroons Under
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Date of the Independence of the Trust Territory of Togoland
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THE FAR EAST SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA 11441256
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A Activities of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization
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The Colombo Plan
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Problems of the Area 11611256
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United States Observations on the Chinese Communists Dis
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Congressional Opposition to the Representation of the Chinese
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Resolution 1353 XIV Adopted by
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United States Support of a Peaceful Settlement of the SinoIndian
1191
IndianUnited States Review of Common Ideals and Objectives
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Progress in Negotiation of a New JapaneseUnited States
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Korea 12061223
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United States Advocacy of Continued United Nations Responsi
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Resolution 1455 XIV Adopted by
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Laos 12231245
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The Forms of United States Assistance to Laos and the Extent
1226
Establishment of a Subcommittee of the United Nations Security
1232
United States Rejection of the Soviet Proposal for Reconvening
1238
Report of the United Nations Security Council Subcommittee
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The Philippines 12451255
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Arrangements for the Transfer of Portions of the United States
1247
VietNam 12551256
1255
Reply Made
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Soviet Proposal for a ThreeStage Program of General and Com
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United States Observations on the Soviet Proposal for General
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Resolution 1378 XIV Adopted by the U N General Assembly November 20 1959
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B The Problem of Effecting a Cessation of Nuclear Weapons
1283
United States Offer To Withdraw the Demand for Progress
1285
Soviet Demand for Veto Rights in Substantive Decisions
1291
DEvelopMENTs DURING RECEss II of THE GENEva CoNFERENCE
1302
DEveLopMENTs DURING PHAse III of THE GENEva ConFERENCE
1303
Developments During Recess III of the Geneva Confer
1311
United States Preference for Negotiation of an Atmospheric
1318
United States Extension of Voluntary Suspension of Nuclear
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October 27DECEMBER 19 1959
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United States Request for a Review of the Technical Situation
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Statement
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United States Preparations for the Technical Study of
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Establishment and Terms of Reference of the Technical Work
1356
Report of the Technical Working Group of the Conference
1360
Accomplishments of the Geneva Conference on the Discontinu
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DECEMBER 20 1959JANUARY 11 1960
1375
The Problem of Providing Safeguards Against Surprise
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The Problem of Guaranteeing the Use of Outer Space for Peaceful
1381
United States Endorsement and Proposals for Implementation
1390
The Third General Conference of the International Atomic
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Fº ECONOMIC POLICYTRADE
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Recommendations for a Combined Governmental and Private
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Balance of Payments Problems
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565 Establishment of the Wool Fabric Import Quota for Calendar
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Import Controls and Policy
1467
The Trade Agreements Program
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765796
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Recommended Extension and Amendment of the Agricultural
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Shortcomings of the Agricultural Trade Development
1516
The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
1520
Report of the U S Delegation
1529
THE MUTUAL SECURITY AND OTHER FOREIGN
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Review of the Mutual Security ProgramPreliminary Analysis
1549
Executive Order
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The International Wheat Agreement 1959 Formulated at
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Review of the Mutual Security ProgramThe Organization
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Request for Congressional Action on the Report of the Presi
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Legislative History of the Mutual Security Authorization
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The Problem of Preventing the Mutual Security and Related
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B The Development Loan Fund
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State ment Issued by the Managing Director of the Development
1686
The Investment Guarantee Program
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Status of the Investment Guarantee Program as of December
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The ExportImport Bank
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B LendLease
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THE INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION EDU
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Appropriations for the United States Information Agency
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B Evaluation and Reports of Progress 17281756
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Summary of Developments for the Calendar Year 1959 in
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Activities of the United States Information Agency January
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THE ORGANIZATION FUNCTIONS AND OPER
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E LendLease
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Public Law 86213 Approved September
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The Need for Legislation To Permit Limitations on the Issuance
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Public
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Public Law 86253 ApprovedSeptember 9 1959 17971798
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Providing for the Carrying Out of Certain Provisions of
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