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Israel-Jordan armistice agreement (1949), 303, 304
Jordan Valley, plan for sharing water resources with

Israel. 346, 765
Peace with Israel. U.S. attitude, 93, 301, 303
Poverty major social problem, its causes, 760
Tensions with Israel, 567, 568, 712, 713, 760
Treaty of joint defense between (1950) , 261
Tripartite declaration by U.S., U.K.. and France, Arab

doubt of ability to fulfill, 302
U.S. Ambassador to Israel, protest against presentation

of credentials at Jerusalem, 305
U.S. technical and economic aid, 339, 345, 346, 347, 722.
764
Arctic Maid, U.S. flag fishing vessel, seized by Ecuador,

937
Argentina :

Claim to extended territorial waters, 935, 939
Treaties, agreements, etc. :
Agricultural surpluses, with U.S. (1955) , 767, 786
Atomic energy, agreement with U.S. (1955) for coop-
eration in research in peaceful uses of, 101 8re
Children, convention fixing age for employment at sea

(1936), ratification, 746
Masters and oflieers on merchant ships, convention on
minimum requirement of professional capacity
(1936), ratification, 746
Universal postal convention (1952), ratification, 826
Argonne National Laboratory, School of Nuclear Science

and Engineering, 421, 553, 615, 691, 804
Armaments control. See Disarmament
Armed Forces Assistance to Korea, 299
Armour, Norman, confirmation as Ambassador to Guate-
mala, 113
Arms, traffic in. history of control by Office of Munitions

Control, Department of State, 542, 884
Arms and ammunition, statement (Dulles) on Communist

shipment from Stettin to Guatemala, 217
Armstrong, Willis C, designation in State Department, 282
Army, Department of the, economic aid to Korea, 296
Asia («ce also Far East) :

China and the stakes in, article (Jenkins) , 3
Communism, economic strength a deterrent to, 912
Communism, pressure on Asia, article (Kalijarvi), 808
("on.sultative Committee on Economic Development in
South and Southeast Asia, third annual report, 16
Economic and defensive aid. statements (Eisenhower).

695. 712, 715, 1003
Economic development, U.S. aid in, address (Murphy),

835. 840
Food production, rise in, 771
Mutual Security Program, emphasis on Asia, 854, 855,

912
Report to Nation (Dulles) after visiting seven Asian

governments, 4.''i9
U.S. defense commitments, statement (Dulles), 526
U.S. oflicial relations with nations of, increase, 837

Department of State BvUeiin



ia — Continued

U.S. policy in, statements (Dulles), 327, 676, 855, 872

U.S. Policy in Near East, South Asia, and Africa (1954),

article (Howard), 2-;6, 301, 338
;ia, free, and Southwest Pacific, proportion of total
world population and of strategic materials, 719, 771
;ia, South and Southeast, third annual report of Con-
sultative Committee on Economic Development in, 16
;ian Economic Development, President's Fund for, 712,

713, 912
omic energy (see also Atomic Energy Commission;

Atoms-for-peace) :
Agreement with Turkey (1955) for cooperation concern-
L ing civil uses of, signature and entry into force,

I 865, 1020

Agreements (1955) for cooperation in research in peace-
ful uses of, initialed with Argentina, Denmark,
Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Spain, and Switzerland,
lOlSn ; Brazil and Colombia, 1018
Civil uses. See peaceful uses, infra
Cooperation of U.S. agencies with parties to NAT re-
garding atomic information, text of draft agree-
ment, 686, 687
" Egyptian scientists to study in U.S. the peaceful uses
of, 199
Human problems of the nuclear age, address (Eisenhow-
er), 1027
Italian Prime Minister and Secretary Dulles, review of

cooperation in peaceful uses, 615
Moscow propaganda belittling program for peaceful

uses, 434, 694
New plants in operation, 164, 165

Peaceful uses, addresses and statements on: (Dulles,
at Bangkok), 372, 421; (Eisenhower, budget mes-
sage), 164, 165; (Key), 336; (Patterson), 5.53, 690
School of Nuclear Science and Engineering, opening

of, 421, 5.53, 615, 691, 804
Soviet offer to share knowledge of, statement (Straus),

170
Submarines, atomic-powered, appropriations in budget

message (Eisenhower), 165
U.S. and U.K. offers of fissionable material for program
of peaceful uses of, 272, 336, 467
itomic Energy, International Conference on Peaceful Uses
of:
Advisory Committee, meetings, 272, 314, 336; second

session, 861, 1016
Announcements, 315, 444
List of nations invited, 450

Statements by U.S. representative (Rabi) on objec-
tives, 234, 314
Uomic Energy, Joint Congressional Committee on :
Naming of panel to measure impact of atomic power

on U.S. life, 692
Proposed agreement for cooperation of U.S. agencies
with parties to NAT regarding atomic information,
686, 687
itomic Energy Act (1954), provisions respecting inter-
national cooperation, and bilateral agreements, 690,
692
itomic Energy Agency, International :
Proceedings to devise methods to serve peace, 421, 692,
768

Index, January to June 1955



Atomic Energy Agency, International — Continued
Proposal (Eisenhower), 336, 1028
Recommendation, General Assembly, 272, 421
Atomic Energy Commission, U.S. :
Libraries on the atom, distribution of, 692
Research reactors, construction for sale abroad, atti-
tude, 690
School of Nuclear Science, at Argonne Laboratory of,
421, 553, 615, 691, 804
Atomic information for mutual defense purposes, signa-
ture of agreements with Canada and with U.K., 1059,
1060
Atomic weapons :

Destructive power, deterrent to aggression, 327, 328
Gradual replacement of conventional, 13
Atoms-for-peace, proposal (1953) by President Eisen-
hower :
Application to African trust territories, statement

(Sears), 705
General Assembly, endorsement, 272, 421, 460, 804
Research reactors, proposal to offer to free nations,
690, 1028
Attorney General's National Committee to Study the Anti-
trust Laws, report by, including section on foreign
commerce, 977
Attorney General's Office, opinion of Assistant Attorney
General on trade, including barter, with Soviet bloc
under Agricultural Trade Development and Assist-
ance Act (1954), 569
Auerbach, Frank L., address on immigration, 1047
Australia :

Investment of foreign capital, results, 20
Loan from World Bank, 562

Prime Minister Menzies, visit to Washington and ad-
dress before Congress, 295, 560
Treaties, asreements, etc. :
Automotive traffic (1949), accession, 37
German external debts (1953), notification by Aus-
tralia of extension to territories, 281
Manila Pact (1954), communique and statement by
Council meeting of signatories, and entry into force,
371, 398
Mutual defense, with U.S. and New Zealand, 80, 129,

328, 377, 459, 524, 954, 1000
Opium protocol (1953), accession applicable to listed
territories, 398
Austria :
Map, 920

Neutrality, plans respecting, 1010, 1015
Securities, legislation requiring revalidation, 230
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Educational exchange, with U.S., under Fulbrlght

Act, 1019
State treaty :
Austrian-Soviet communique and memorandum, 734,

1011
Communique by the four Ambassadors, 833
Exchange of notes, U.S. and Soviet Union, and U.S.

statement, 733, 734
Molotov, V. M., statement, 735

Negotiations, 727, 754, 805, 832, 873, 875, 1008, 1013
Signature and statements (Dulles; Eisenhower),
873, 906, 911, 914, 916

1069



Aimtrla— Continued
Tn-atl"-". nicrwnH'ntji, etc. — Continued
Statf treaty— t^'ontinued
Text. l»m

Trniismlttnl to Senate, 1007

Triitfirtlte declaration. V.S., U.K., France, WT, 733
r .S. ratlllcatloD, 1007n
World MetiH>ri>ln^Ual Organization convention, acces-
Kton, 453
U.S. c«-ni.mlc aid, 883
Automiitire tralllc. convention (1049), accession by Aus-
tralia. 37
Aviation {nrr alto Aircraft) :
Air loBlstlcs Hjsfeni. International considerations, arti-
cle ( Burr! np-r), 045
Civil aviation talks, U.S. and U.K.. including polar

routes, 997
Convention (lOin)), ratification by Union of South

Africa, lucludlnK South West Africa. 702
Convention on International civil (1944), adherence by

Laos. 105N
Convention on International civil, protocols amending
with respect to sessions and seat, list of ratifica-
tions, 545
Aviation Divlsiiin. 49th I".S.. remarks of General Steven-
son c'onimandin;.', exchange of aidc-mimoire by U.S.
and Soviet Union, 137
Aviators, release by Communist ('hinji of four U.S. airmen,
903

BalancinK the books for W.'Vi, statement (Dulles), 43
Balkan Alliance between Greece, Yugoslavia, and Turkey

( IlCk-J ; llt.Vl). a39. .'ML'. 839
Baltic iiiuntries. anniversary, statement (Dulles), de-
ploring loss of Independence, 337
BandunK conference of Asian-African countries :
Condemnations of communism, 832. 837, 838
Statements (Chou En-lal) on peace, 738, 7.59, 800, 835,

999
Statements (Rlsenbower; Dulles) on influence for
peace. ItT.S. IZA. "."«. 757. 999
Bangkok conference. Nrc unilcr Manila Tact
BorlKuir. Walworth. US. representative at conversations

on tiernian claims, 2(17, 2JK), 438
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