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Corrections for Volume LVI

The Editor of the Bulletin wishes to call attention to
the following errors in Volume LVI :

January 23, p. 137, first column, fifth paragraph: The
paragraph should read " — There is doubt that America's
vital interests are sufficiently threatened in Vietnam to
necessitate the growing commitment there."

May 29, p. 828, second column: The fourth sentence in
the first full paragraph should read "And it is worth noting
that the fiscal year 1968 Foreign Assistance Act request,
along with other foreign assistance requests such as the
Peace Corps, Public Law 480, and contributions to the
International Development Association, total less than .7
percent of our GNP."

June 12, p. 889, first column: The first sentence in the
last paragraph should read "The greatest disservice to
that resolution and to its effective implementation, would
be for us to create an impression in South Africa and in
the world that the U.N. is fundamentally divided on how
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INDEX 2. :r.^ Hd,«^

Volume LVI, Numbers 1436-1461, Jan. 2-June 26, 1967



ACDA. Sec Arms Control and Disarmament Agency

Adams, Samuel C, Jr., 732

Aden, self-determination, U.N. role in (Goldberg),

100
Adenauer, Konrad, death of: Johnson, 751, 752;

Kiesinger, 751; Rusk, 752
Advisory Council on African Affairs, 651
Afghanistan :

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 626
Pakistan, relations with ( Maiwandwal ) , 631
Treaties, agreements, etc., 85, 86, 122, 260, 834
U.S. agricultural committee (Johnson) , 629
U.S. aid (Maiwandwal), 631
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Maiwandwal, 627
Africa (sec also Organization of African Unity and
individual countries) :
AID appropriations request FY 1967 (Johnson),

233
Communism, rejection and countermeasures :
Martin, 195; Palmer, 455; W. W. Rostow, 493
Economic progress and problems: Goldberg, 289;
Katzenbach, 954; Palmer, 646, 650; W. W.
Rostow, 496
Human rights: 376; Goldberg, 289
International Coffee Agreement, importance and

effect, 252
North Africa, development, problems, and U.S. in-
terests (Palmer), 806
Political issues: Goldberg, 289; Katzenbach, 959;

Palmer, 646
Regional programs and U.S. support: Goldberg,
293; Johnson, 159, 234, 383, 958 (quoted);
Katzenbach, 958; Palmer, 649, 810; W. W.
Rostow, 499; Rusk, 830
South, problems of: Goldberg, 290; Sisco, 67
Southern Rhodesia, importance to: 372, 376;

Palmer, 450, 455
U.S. aid: Johnson, 159, 379, 380, 383; Katzenbach,
958; Palmer, 650; E. V. Rostow, 863; W. W.
Rostow, 499; Rusk, 830
U.S. Bureau of African Affairs, advisory panel

named, 651
U.S. military assistance (Johnson), 384
U.S. relations and interests: Goldberg, 291;

Katzenbach, 955; Palmer, 450; Rusk, 830
Visit of Under Secretary Katzenbach: 756; Katzen-
bach, 954



African Development Bank: 338; Johnson, 334, 379,
568; Katzenbach, 958; Palmer, 650; W. W.
Rostow, 499; Rusk, 831
Agency for International Development:

Africa, programs and policy: Johnson, 383;

Palmer, 650; E. V. Rostow, 863; Rusk, 831
Agriculture improvement programs increased (E.

V. Rostow) , 863
AID-GATT training program (Blumenthal), 435
Budget appropriations request FY 1968 (Johnson),

232, 233, 297
Community water supply development program,

760, 761
Educational aid, increases, 337
Educational TV, task force assignment (Johnson),

16
Reorganization: Johnson, 379, 381; E. V. Rostow,

860
Tunisia, 50-well project (Palmer) , 812
Viet-Nam commodity assistance programs, 1966
management report: Gaud, 200; text of report,
201 ; Rusk, 832
Viet-Nam medical assistance, 665
Aggression {see also China, Communist, Communism,
and Soviet Union) :
Arab-Israeli conflict. See Arab-Israeli conflict
"Domino" theory: Lodge, 800; Rusk, 169
Infiltration of weapons and armed men (Meeker),

59
Measures against, U.S.: Johnson, 330, 546, 550, 587,

654, 960; W. W. Rostow, 492; Rusk, 363
Must not succeed: Johnson, 161, 535, 593; Martin,
194; W. W. Rostow, 500; Rusk, 134, 272, 725;
SEATO, 745; Truman (quoted), 548
U.N. resolution on prohibition of use of force:

Nabrit, 29, 30; text, 32
U.S. position: Goldberg, 872; Johnson, 871; Katzen-
bach, 2
Viet-Nam. See Viet-Nam

World peace, threat to: Johnson, 330; W. W.
Rostow, 491; Rusk, 271, 278, 743; SEATO, 745
Agricultural surpluses, U.S., use in overseas pro-
grams, agreements with: Afghanistan, 122
Congo (Kinshasa), 642, 733; Ghana, 582, 702
India, 182, 530; Iran, 122; Iraq, 154; Kenya, 834
Korea, 260, 702; Morocco, 834; Pakistan, 182
898; Philippines, 306; Poland, 766; Tunisia, 642
Viet-Nam, 154, 614



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967
271-701—67 1



975



Agriculture (see also Agricultural surpluses, Food
and Agriculture Organization, and Food for
Peace) :
AID programs: Johnson, 297; E. V. Rostow, 860,

863
CENTO programs, 671
Europe, labor shifts in, 337
FAO study: Johnson, 297; E. V. Rostow, 859
India, development and problems: Johnson, 298,

334, 383, 700; W. W. Rostow, 496; Rusk, 830
Kennedy Round negotiations, importance: Blumen-
thal, 433; Roth, 478, 880; E. V. Rostow, 860;
Solomon, 556
Latin America, 713, 887

Declaration of the Presidents of America, text,

718

U.S. aid (Johnson), 382, 541, 543, 632, 707, 709

Modernization of, importance and need: 109, 337;

Johnson, 160, 295, 298, 381, 543; Katzenbach,

956; E. V. Rostow, 26, 404, 856; W. W. Rostow,

501 ; Rusk, 874

OECD agricultural food fund, U.S. proposal:

Johnson, 297 ; E. V. Rostow, 403, 861
SEATO programs, 747
U.S. agricultural trade mission to Soviet Union

(Trowbridge), 882
Viet-Nam: 212; Johnson, 593, 594
Water for Peace program. See Water for Peace
Agriculture Department, 559
Agronsky, Martin, 126
Ahoua, Timonthee N'Guetta, 16
AID. See Agency for International Development
Aid Consortia for India and Pakistan: Johnson, 296,
299, 383, 700; E. V. Rostow, 403; W. W. Rostow,
496 ; Rusk, 830
Aiken, George (Goldberg), 512
Albania, U.S. travel restrictions, 102
Aliens. See Nonnationals
Algeria:

Development, problems, and U.S. interests

(Palmer), 806
Soviet military and economic aid (Palmer), 809,

811
Treaties, agreements, etc., 85, 353
U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952
Alianza para el Progreso. See Alliance for Progress
Allen, George V., 322
Alliance for Progress:

Accomplishments and role: Bunker, 472; Johnson,
158, 231, 380, 382, 540, 632, 708, 711; Linowitz,
822; Rusk, 47, 829
Charter, protocol of amendment, resolution re rati-
fication of, 475
Chiefs of State, meeting of :

Declaration of the Presidents of America: 706n;

text, 712
Purpose: Bunker, 472; Johnson, 13, 71, 158, 231,
540, 678, 706 ; W. W. Rostow, 499 ; Rusk, 47, 464
Regional arms control arrangements, 576



Alliance for Progress— Continued

Chiefs of State, meeting of — Continued

Results: 711; Linowitz, 729; Rusk, 722, 725, 822,

829
U.S. Congress, position on: Johnson, 545, 707;

Rusk, 723, 829 ■,

U.S. delegation, 721
International Coffee Agreement, importance: 253;

Johnson, 250
Ministers of Foreign Affairs, 11th meeting of con-
sultation : Bunker, 472 ; Rusk, 47, 464
Final Act of the 3rd Special Inter- American Con-
ference (excerpts), 474
Resolution (text), 473
U.S. delegation, 472n, 476
Multinational projects: Johnson, 12, 709, 711; Lino-
witz, 730, 823 ; Rusk, 723, 829
Declaration of Presidents of America, 712, 716,
719, 720
Third special Inter-American Congress, final act

(excerpts), 474
U.S. appropriations requests: 887; Johnson, 232,

233, 234, 382, 543, 707; Rusk, 723, 828
U.S. support: Johnson, 334, 707, 708, 709, 710; W.
W. Rostow, 496 ; Rusk, 723, 772
Alliluyeva, Mrs. Svetlana: Niven, 774; Rusk, 782
American ideals: Goldberg, 528, 940; Johnson, 14,
163, 301, 385, 593, 654, 708, 960; Martin, 193;
Palmer, 451 ; Pollack, 913
American National Red Cross, 599
Amerika (Katzenbach), 755
Amistad (Friendship) Dam: 13; Johnson, 12
Amity and economic relations, treaty with Togo, 154,

181,182
Anderson, Eugenie, 732

Angola, self-determination, need for (Goldberg), 290
Ansary, Hushang, 909
Antarctic Treaty (1959) :

Current actions: Netherlands, including Surinam

and Netherlands Antilles, 641
Importance : 575, 634 ; Johnson, 387, 569
Measures re furtherance of principles and objec-
tives, entrance into force, 392
Outer space treaty, relation to : Goldberg, 603, 608,

609; Rusk, 601
U.S. observers, appointment, 71

Inspection of Antarctic stations, 633
Antigua, Peace Corps program, agreement for estab-
lishment, 182
ANZUS (Australia, New Zealand, U.S.), council

meeting, Washington: 517; communique, 749
Apartheid: Goldberg, 292, 891, 892; Palmer, 455;

Rogers, 302; Sisco,68
Aqaba, Gulf of. See Arab-Israeli conflict
Arab states. See Arab-Israeli conflict and names of

individual countries
Arab-Israeli conflict:

Cease-fire, compliance with: 941, 948; Goldberg,
942,943; Johnson, 952



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Arab-Israeli conflict — Continued

General Armistice Agreement, need for observ-
ance : Goldberg, 923, 927 ; Johnson, 871

Soviet position : Goldberg, 924 ; Rusk, 950

U.N. role: Goldberg, 871, 920, 925, 927, 936, 941,
944, 946 ; Johnson, 870, 935, 951, 952 ; Rusk, 949
Secretary-General, peacekeeping efforts: Gold-
berg, 871, 894, 920, 922, 926, 937, 938, 943, 945,
947 ; Johnson, 870
Security Council resolutions, texts, 947, 948

U.S. aircraft, allegations of use of and U.S. reply:
Goldberg, 935, 938, 940; Rusk, 950, 951

U.S.-Canada discussions (Johnson), 909

U.S. draft resolutions: Goldberg, 944; texts, 927,
941, 948

U.S. position: 949; Goldberg, 871, 920, 925, 936,
940, 942, 946; Johnson, 870, 952; Rusk, 949

U.S. ship, Israeli attack on: Goldberg, 943; John-
son, 952

U.S. Special Committee of the National Security
Council, establishment and membership (John-
son), 951

U.S.-U.K. talks (Wilson), 963
Argentina :

Economic development (Rusk) , 723

Kennedy Round, importance to (Blumenthal), 432

Treaties, agreements, etc., 85, 224, 260, 353, 613,
701, 702, 733, 834, 898, 930, 967
Armaments (see also Disarmament, Missiles, and
Nuclear weapons) :

Communist arms supply to Viet-Nam : Katzenbach,
753; Kohler, 413; Rusk, 275, 466, 727, 786

Control and reduction of: 576; Johnson, 447; Rusk,
42, 771

Cyprus, importation of arms, U.S. position (Gold-
berg), 180

Economic disadvantages of competition in: 576;
Johnson, 160; Palmer, 811; Rusk, 43, 171, 361,
875

India-Pakistan arms race, possibility of, 688

Latin America, elimination of unnecessary expendi-
tures for: 713, 721 ; Johnson, 711

Middle East arms race (Goldberg), 943

Outer space treaty, significance of provisions:
Dean, 268; Goldberg, 80, 602, 603, 609; John-
son, 266; Rusk, 601

Southern Rhodesia, U.N. sanctions against sale or
shipment to : 77, 374 ; Palmer, 449
U.S. implementation. Executive order, 146

Soviet supply to Algeria (Palmer) , 809, 811

Soviet-U.S. competition: 575; Humphrey, 489;
Johnson, 160, 445, 569; Katzenbach, 755;
Kohler, 413; McNamara, 442, 687; W. W. Ros-
tow, 501; Rusk, 171,601

U.S. policy on supply of (Johnson) , 384
North Africa (Palmer), 811
Armed forces :

Arab-Israeli conflict, U.S. position. See Arab-
Israeli conflict

NATO. See NATO



Armed forces — Continued

South Africa forces, withdrawal from Southwest

Africa, U.N. request, 894
Warsaw Pact countries, question of reduction in
(Rusk), 783
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, U.S.:

Budget appropriations request FY 1968 (Johnson),

232
General Advisory Committee member (Neuberger) ,

confirmation, 448
Sixth annual report, excerpts : 570 ; Johnson, 568
Arosemena Gomez, Otto, 706n
Artigas, 706 (quoted)
ASA. See Association of Southeast Asia
Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia (see also
ANZUS council. Association of Southeast Asia,
Southeast Asia Treaty Organization, and in-
dividual countries) :
Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs,

advisors, 72
Communist activities and goals: 849; Bundy, 791;
U.A. Johnson, 420; Martin, 195; W. W. Ros-
tow, 493; Rusk, 169, 281, 743; SEATO, 745
Asian rejection of: Bundy, 323, 791; Holt, 962;

Rusk, 170 ; Westmoreland, 740
U.S. aid as a countermeasure (Johnson), 383
Economic and social development:
Multilateral aid (Bundy), 326, 793
Problems (Johnson) , 382
U.S. aid : Bundy, 326, 791 ; Rusk, 830

AID budget request FY 1967 (Johnson), 233,

382, 384
Special authorization request (Johnson), 162
International Coffee Agreement, importance and

effect of, 252
Manila Conference: 748; Bundy, 326, 794; Chung,

552; Holt, 962; Johnson, 960; Thieu, 588
President Johnson's visit, results (Martin), 197
Regional cooperation: 517, 849; Bundy, 325, 791,
793; Goldberg, 506, 509; Holt, 962; Johnson,
162, 380; Martin, 194; W. W. Rostow, 499;
Rusk, 47, 134, 598, 744, 832; SEATO, 745;
Thanat Khoman (quoted) , 197, 854
Pacific Community, proposed, 553
Role of: Australia and New Zealand: (Bundy),
793; Johnson, 961; Japan (Martin), 196;
Korea: Chung, 552; Johnson, 549; Philippines
(Braderman), 660; Thailand: Martin, 853;
Rusk, 597; U.K. (Bundy), 793
U.S. Chiefs of Mission, meeting, Baguio: 517;

Goldberg, 511
U.S. position, objectives, and role: Bundy, 323, 327,
790; Chung, 552; Martin, 193; Rusk, 134, 170;
Yen, 847
U.S.-Soviet complementary interests (Katzen-
bach), 755
USIA activities, increase (Johnson) , 236
Viet-Nam, importance to peace of: 849; Bundy, 323,
327, 792; Holt, 962; Johnson, 160, 534, 678,
961; Kohler, 8, 410; Martin, 195; Middleton



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Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia — Continued
Viet-Nam — Continued

(quoted), 851; W. W. Rostow, 499, 503; Rusk,
47, 134, 725, 744, 787, 831, 877; SEATO, 746
Visit of Ambassador Goldberg, 505, 509
Asian and Pacific Council: 849; Bundy, 326, 793;
Chung, 552; Johnson, 380, 549; Martin, 196, 853;
W. W. Rostow, 499; Rusk, 47
Asian Development Bank: 338, 849; Bundy, 325, 793;
Chung, 552; Johnson, 162, 334, 380, 469, 549, 568,
847; Martin, 196, 853; W. W. Rostow, 499; Rusk,
47, 832
Public international organization, U.S. designation

as. Executive order, 563
U.S. nnancial support: Johnson, 379; Rusk, 785
Asian Economic Development, Conference on (Mar-
tin), 196, 854
Asian Institute of Technology: 747; Martin, 196, 854
Association of Southeast Asia : Bundy, 326, 793 ; Mar-
tin, 196, 853 ; W. W. Rostow, 499
ASPAC. See Asian and Pacific Council
Astronauts :

Outer space treaty provisions for assistance and
return: 84, 577; Goldberg, 81, 141, 603, 611,
839; Johnson, 388; Rusk, 601
U.S. astronauts, deaths of (Johnson) , 388
Ataturk, Kemal : Johnson, 652 ; Sunay, 653
Atlantic Alliance. See North Atlantic Treaty

Organization
Atlantic partnership: Humphrey, 487; E. V. Rostow,

19
Atomic energy, peaceful uses of:

Agreements re application of safeguards. See under

Atomic Energy Agency, International
Civil uses, bilateral agreements concerning co-
operation: Australia, 702, 834; Colombia, 438;
Iran, 438
Desalination, including use of atomic energy, agree-
ment with Soviet Union, 37
Diversion to nuclear weapon uses, danger of: 572;

Pollack, 911 ; Seaborg, 96
Germany, progress in ( McGhee) , 153
Latin America, prospects (Johnson) , 709
Nuclear power developments: 572; Pollack, 910;

Seaborg, 90
Nuclear proliferation treaty, non-application of

(Rusk), 321
Safeguards (see also Atomic Energy Agency, In-
ternational) : 571; Johnson, 448; Pollack, 911;
Rusk, 241
Application of safeguards to existing bilateral

agreements: Brazil, 612; Spain, 85
EURATOM, question of: 572; Rusk, 360
Atomic Energy Agency, International :

Safeg:uards, international safeguard and control
systems, and U.S. support: 572; Johnson, 448,
569; Seaborg, 97
Statute, current actions: Sierra Leone, 967; Singa-
pore, 182
Attwood, William, 651



978



Australia (see also Southeast Asia Treaty Organiza-
tion) :
ANZUS council meeting: 517; communique, 749
Asian development, role in: Bundy, 793; Johnson,

961
Economic development (Johnson) , 961
India, grain shipments to (Johnson ) , 299
Treaties, agreements, etc., 86, 154, 224, 260, 582,

613,674,702,834,898,930
U.S. visit of Prime Minister ( Holt) , 960
"Viet-Nam, military aid to: Bundy, 324, 792; W. W.
Rostow, 503 ; Westmoreland, 740
Austria:

Import liberalizations, 245
Treaties, agreements, etc., 438, 613, 733, 766
U.S. Ambassador (MacArthur), confirmation, 674
Automotive products, Italian Fiat plant in Soviet
Union: Harriman, 819; Katzenbach, 4; Solomon,
522 ; Trowbridge, 883
Automotive Products Trade Act of 1965, 1st annual

report, transmittal (Johnson), 732
Automotive traffic. See Road trafiic
Aviation :

Aircraft, U.S., allegations of attack on Soviet ship

rejected, 953
Aircraft, U.S., allegations of involvement in Mid-
dle East, U.S. replies: Goldberg, 935, 940;
Rusk, 950, 951
Southern Rhodesia, U.N. sanctions re air transport
of exports and sale or supply of aircraft, 77,
374
U.S. implementation. Executive order, 146
Supersonic transport aircraft, prospects and im-
portance (Humphrey), 164
Thailand Air Force, U.S. helicopter training (Mar-
tin), 199, 853
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Air transport agreement (1948) with Italy,

termination, 965, 968
Air transport agreement (1949) with Panama,

amendment, 965
Aircraft, C-47, and related articles and services,

understanding with Mali re delivery of, 702
Aircraft, civil, agreement with U.K. re use of
airfield at Grand Turk Auxiliary Air Base, 37
Aircraft, offenses and certain other acts com-
mitted on board, convention (1963) : Denmark,
85, 481; Norway, 481; Saudi Arabia, 765;
Sweden, 481
Aircraft, rights in, convention (1948) on the in-
ternational recognition of: Iceland, 481
Carriage by air, convention (1928) for the uni-
fication of certain rules, protocol: New
Zealand, 765
Civil aviation, international convention (1944) :

Barbados, 701; Guyana, 305; Uganda, 701
Civil aviation, international, convention (1954) :
Protocol re Singapore, 897
Protocol re amendment of article 50(a):
Singapore, 897



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Aviation — Continued

U.S. airlifts to Viet-Nam (Wheeler) , 188
Azerbaijan (Rusk), 877

Bacon, Francis, 916
Balance of payments:
Adjustment policies and processes of other coun-
tries, 345, 347, 788
Import restraints, 245, 337
OECD countries, 27
U.S.:

Foreign aid programs, effect of and efforts to
minimize: 345; Johnson, 233, 379, 381, 659;
E. V. Rostow, 21; Rusk, 362, 827
Military expenditures and aid, effect of:

NATO: 488; E. V. Rostow, 21; Rusk, 362, 783
Viet-Nam: 341, 342, 346; Johnson, 334
Problems of and efforts to improve : 339; Johnson,

334, 708, 886
Tariff policy effect on (Solomon), 556
Voluntary restraint program, effect: 343, 444;
Johnson, 334
Ball, George W., 69, 553, 554
Banda, Rupiah Bwenzani, 688
Bangoura, Mohammed Kassoury, 554
Barbados:

Treaties, agreements, etc., 36, 482, 701, 833, 865
U.N. membership: 29n; Goldberg, 28; Sisco, 67
Barghoorn, Frederick (Rusk), 248
i Barrows, Leland, 651
Baruch, Bernard, 569
Battle, Lucius D., 674
Beavogui, Louis-Lansana, 554
Belaunde, Victor Andres (quoted), 641
Belgium:
NATO headquarters, relocation in, 51
Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 305, 306, 582, 613
930
Bell, Philip, 651
Beplat, Tristan E., 70
Berger, Samuel D., 552

Berlin (see also Germany) : Humphrey, 680; Kohler,
8, 410
Visit of Vice-President Humphrey: Humphrey,
680; Johnson (quoted), 680
Berlin crisis (Rusk), 272, 278, 877
Bernardes, Carlos (Goldberg) , 179
Berry, Michael, 274

Big-power responsibility: Goldberg, 513, 873, 895,
938; Humphrey, 486; Johnson, 333, 550, 960;
Katzenbach, 754; Kohler, 406; Martin (quoted),
273; Meeker, 58; E. V. Rostow, 856; Rusk, 770,
784, 879; Solomon, 555; U Thant, 139
Black, Eugene: 69, 667; Johnson, 379, 469; Blartin,

854
Blackie, William, 520
Blair, Frank, 168
Blumenthal, W. Martin, 430, 430n
Bohlen, Charles E., 53



Bolivia:

Alliance for Progress summit conference, position
on, 706n

Communism, threat of (Rusk) , 828

Treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 481
Bonhomme, Arthur, 172
Boonstra, Clarence A., 261
von Borch, Herbert, 358
Botswana:

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 16

Treaties, agreements, etc., 36, 260, 967
Bowie, Robert R., 53
Braderman, Eugene M., 660
Bradley, Omar (Rusk) , 770
Brandt, Willy: Humphrey, 680; Rusk, 46, 320
Brazil :

Economic progress (Rusk), 723, 829

Income tax convention, announcement, 581

Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 306, 393, 612, 614,
642, 733, 866, 929, 930, 967

U.S. aid: Johnson, 382; E. V. Rostow, 863; Rusk,
829

U.S. visit of president-elect Costa e Silva, 242
British (see also United Kingdom)
British Council, 667
British Independent Television interview of Secretary

Rusk, 274
Bronheim, David, 721
Brosio, Manlio, 687

Brovra, George: 747; Goldberg, 28; Rusk, 46, 129
Brown, Winthrop G., 897
Brzezinski, Zbigniew, 414, 565
Buffum, William B., 261, 732
Bui Diem, 216

Bui Vien: Johnson, 590; Thieu, 591
Bulgaria:

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 16

Political developments (Brzezinski), 417

Treaties, agreements, etc., 85, 260, 702

U.S. Ambassador (McSweeney), confirmation, 674

U.S. trade fair (Katzenbach) , 5
Bunche, Ralph (Goldberg), 268
Bundy, McGeorge (Johnson), 951
Bundy, William P., 323, 517, 790, 849
Bunker, Ellsworth: 472, 586, 591, 674, 844; Johnson,

538, 587, 588, 589, 593, 594; Thieu, 591
Burlingame, Anson, 848
Burma, treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 898
Burnet, Alastair, 274
Burundi :

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 850

Treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 481, 701

Calif ano, Joseph A., Jr., 659

Cambodia, neutrality: 285; Rusk, 128, 129, 281, 320,
619, 773
Communist violations (Rusk), 877

Cameroon :

Treaties, agreements, etc., 182, 260, 353, 530
U.S. Ambassador (Payton) , confirmation, 261



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



979



Canada :

Agricultural development (E. V. Rostow), 863

American Falls, Niagara, IJC study requested, 634

Canada Pension Plan, agreement re, 898

Eastern Europe, trade with (Solomon) , 521

EXPO : 67, 800 ; Johnson, 907, 909

Foreign aid programs : Johnson, 334 ; Rusk, 785

"Great Ring of Canada" (Johnson) , 908

India, grain shipments to (Johnson) , 299

Rush-Bagot Agreement Days, proclamation, 800

St. Lawrence Seaway tolls, 554, 674

Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 260, 482, 613, 674,

766,834,866,898,930
U.S. Automotive Products Trade Act of 1965, 1st

annual report, transmittal (Johnson), 732
Visit of President Johnson: Johnson, 907, 908;
Pearson, 909
Canadian Automobile Agreement; First Annual Re-
port of the President to the Congress on the Im-
plem,entation of the Automotive Products Trade
Act of 1965,12,2x1
Cancino, Cuevas (Goldberg) , 895
Canham, Erwin D., 315
CARE, India, emergency food aid: 701; Johnson,

300, 700
Case, CliflFord P., 42
Cater, Douglass, 16
CEMA (Council of Economic Mutual Assistance),

Brzezinski, 416
CENTO. See Central Treaty Organization
Central African Republic, treaties, agreements, etc.,

260,967,968
Central America, U.S. aid: Johnson, 382; Rusk, 829
Central American Common Market, 712, 714, 715
U.S. support: 339; Blumenthal, 434; Johnson, 382,
542; Linowitz, 730; W. W. Rostow, 499; Rusk,
725,829
Central American Economic Integration Fund: 716;

Johnson, 382
Central Intelligence Agency, private voluntary or-
ganizations, relations, policy review: 665; John-
son, 665
Central Treaty Organization :

Economic Committee, 15th meeting: communique,



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