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man, Munthe de Morgenstierne), and text, 16, 198,
200
Surplus property transfer to NATO countries, signed,
699
Bender, Elmer C, detention by Chinese Communists, 56,

296, 868
Benga, John, detained for labor in U.S.S.R., 438
Bennett, W. Tapley, Jr., designation in State Department,

303
Berkner, Dr. Lloyd V., author of Science and Foreign RelOr

tions, 082
Berko, Irene, U.S. citizen, denied Soviet exit, 436, 440
Berry, Burton Y., designation in State Department, 71
Bipartisan foreign policy, addresses (Dulles, Truman),

719, 720, 721
Birgfeld, Clarence W., designation in State Department,

303
Blacha, Henry, a minor, question of Soviet exit, 436, 440
Blandford, John B., Jr., appointment, U.S. representative,

advisory commission, UNPRA, 649
Block, Ralph, article, information-exchange program, 987
"Blockade," National Chine.se, of Communist mainland.

See China, port closure.
Bloomtield, Lincoln P., designation in State Department,

783
Bluecher, Franz, German Vice Chancellor, Gei'many, effect

of ERP, report to ECA, 102
Blum, Robert, appointment, Chief, special economic mis-
sion to Indochina, 977
Bolivia, exchange-of-persons activities, 453
Bonesteel, Lt. Col. Charles H., appointment. Director,

European Coordinating Committee, MDAP, 831
Boundary :

German-Polish, U.S. position, 1017
Greek-Albanian, Greek- Yugoslav, and Greek-Bulgarian,
4, 307, 365



Index, January to June 1950



1069



Brannan, Charles F., Secretary of Agriculture, FAO, report

on 5th session, 124
Bratislava, U.S. Consulate closing, 975
Brazil :
Cooperation with, statement (Miller) , 446
Educational exchange activities, 166, 174, 973, 1056
Brazil-U.S. Cultural Institute, 523

Bremen, U.S. Consulate elevated to consulate general, 301
Brown, Elizabeth Ann, article on General Assembly, 4th

session, 3
Brown, Winthrop G., addresses :
ITO, instrument for liberalizing trade restrictions, 132
Trade, international, efforts to expand, 59
Bruce, James, Director, MDAP :
Addresses and statement on accomplishments and sig-
nificance of MDAP, 227, 498 (over CBS) , 759
Resignation, 742
Brunauer, Esther, disloyalty allegations by Senator Mc-
Carthy, and statements denying, 479 n., 481, 574
Brunauer, Dr. Stephen, disloyalty allegations of Senator

McCarthy, denial, 577
Bulgaria :

Communist indoctrination of Greek refugee children, 368

Diplomatic missions, U.S., persecution of employees by

Communists (Shipliov and others), 353, 356, 387,

441

Diplomatic relations, status of, statement (Acheson),

377
Diplomatic relations, suspension, statements (Heath)
and exchange of notes, 159, 351, 353, 356, 397, 442
Greece, relation with, and territorial claims against, 4,

307, 365
Passports invalid, 399

Peace treaty (1947) , violations of human rights clauses ;

General Assembly resolution and International

Court of Justice proceedings, 6, 93, 97, 353, 418, 442,

444, 573, 737, 738, 743

Protection of U.S. interests by Swiss representatives, 524

Remittances from blocljed assets in U.S., prohibited, 524

U.S. Minister (Heath), recall requested, exchange of

notes, 159
U.S. personnel and dependents listed, 352
Burma :
Economic development, address (McGhee), 335
Exchange-of -persons activities, 770
Trade agreement with Japan, signed, 525
U.S. Ambassador (Key), appointment, 502
U.S. policy, address (Henderson), 565
Butko, Paul, case of, 434, 441
Butterwortl), W. Walton, Assistant Secretary, record and

reassignment, 712, 742
Byrnes, James F. :

Correspondence with Senator Tydings on Lattimore, dis-
loyalty allegations by Senator McCarthy, 973
Stuttgart address, cited, 194, 1017
Byroade, Henry, record of, 713

('iil)ot, John M., appointment, U.S. Minister to Finland, 301
Caeiro da Matta, Jos6, Portuguese Foreign Minister, mes-
sage to Secretary Acheson on NAT anniversary, 776
Cairo declaration (1943) :

Formosa, provisions cited, 79

Korea, provisions on, 454

1070



Cairo Radio Regulations (1938), 533

Cale, Edward G., designation in State Department, 303

Calendar of international meetings, 37, 220, 380, 541, 739,

924
Cambodia :

Economic aid program established, U.S. note and state-
ments (Acheson), 821, 977
Recognition by U.S., 291
Sovereignty, transfer to, by France, 244
WHO, membership in, 1023
Cameroons, British and French, Trusteeship Council dis-
cussion, 419, 459, 539
"Campaign of Truth," address by President Truman ( Amer.

Socy. of Newspaijer Editors), 669
Canada :
Atomic energy, information security, discussions with

U.K. and U.S., 221
Census (1950), committee on, 141, 610
Colonial Airlines, license suspension case, 29, 57, 139
Radio, broadcasting problems, article (Smith), 258
St. Lawrence Seaway and power project, importance of

(Acheson, testimony), 765
Treaties, agreements, etc. :
Air transport agreement (1949), interpretation sought

in Colonial Airlines case, 139
Boundary and boundary waters, historic treaties

listed, 765, 766, 767
Boundary waters (Great Britain, 1909), cited, 448
Economic cooperation (1941), cited, 766
Halibut convention, signed, 525
Navigation, Great Lakes and St. Lawrence, historic

treaties, U.S.-U.K., listed, 766
Niagara River, uses of waters, transmittal to Senate,

448, 767, 865
St. Lawrence Seaway and power project, provisions of

unratified treaties (1932, 1941), 766, 767
Tax conventions, income and estate, signed, 1056
U.S. Ambassador (Woodward), appointment, 1062
Weather stations, joint, with U.S., 695
Canton, U.S. consular office closing, 39
Canton and Enderbury Islands, U.K.-U.S. administration,

discussions, 568
Caribbean Commission, activities, quadripartite statement,

447
"Caribbean Legion," 357, 368
Caribhean Research, Yearbook of, 447
Carroll, Wallace, designation in State Department, 783
Census of the Americas (1950) , Committee on, 141, 610
Ceylon :
Economic development, address (McGhee), 335
U.N. membership application. General Assembly resolu-
tion on, text, 6, 34
CFM. See Foreign Ministers, Council of.
Chandernagor, officially transferred by France to India,

978
Childhood, American International Institute for the Pro-
tection of, U.S. delegate to Directing Council, 878
Children :

Greek, repatriation. See under Greece.

International Children's Emergency Fund, U.N.

(UNICEF) , 9, 418, 4,56, 460, 654, 702, 1063
Rights of, Social Commission draft declaration, 743, 1022

Departmenf of State Bulletin



Chile :

Educational exchange activities, 174

Exchange-of-persons activities, 453

GATT, supplementary negotiations under, with U.S.,

297, 1011
President Gonzalez Videla, visit to U.S., 602, 699
China :
Aid Act (1948), budget message for lOra (Truman),

table, 136
Air Force attacks on American property in Shanghai

protested, 296
Arms exptn-ts to, U.S. efforts to control, articles (Pome-

roy), 188, 509
Communist take-over, background and U.S. policy, ad-
dresses (Acheson), 112, 428
Formosa, status of, U.S. political and economic policy,

statements (Truman, Acheson), 79
GATT, abrogation of, 613
MDAP, emergency fund, 228
Nine Power treaty concerning (1922) , cited, 510.
Overseas Chinese, wartime political tendencies and aflBli-

ations (Lattimore, letter to Barnes), 655
Port-closure :
Naval attack on Fining Ai-roic, U.S. note protesting,

406
Shanghai and the Yangtze, mined, 56, 525, 568, 630
Text of 2d order, 23
Russian imperialism in, addresses (Acheson), 114, 468
Stuents in U.S., recommendation of U.S. Advisory

Commission on Educational Exchange, 241
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Air agreement, U.S.S.R. (1989), extension (1949),
utilization of to penetrate northern provinces (ar-
ticle), 218
Boxer settlement (1901), violation by Communists, ex-
change of notes and Communist proclamation,
119, 487
Extraterritorial rights, relinquishment (1943), viola-
tion by Communists, exchange of notes and Com-
munist proclamation, 119, 487
Friendship and alliance, U.S.S.R. (1945) :

Soviet utilization for penetration of northern prov-
inces (article), 218
Soviet violations, charges of, 5, 262
U.S.S.R., imperialism in northern provinces (article),

218
Vessels, mortgaged to U.S., steps taken to prevent de-
fection to Communists, 173
U.N. and specialized agencies, representation in. See

Boycott under U.S.S.R.
U.S. policy, defense of (Kennan), 749
China (Communist) :
Evacuation of U.S. nationals, statements (Acheson),

119, 302, 406, 462, 487, 525, 568, 630, 755
Peiping, requisition of U.S. consular property, exchange

of notes and Communist proclamation, 119, 487
Property, ownerless real, regulations promulgated, 57
Property, registration of, at Peitaiho, 174
Protection of U.S. interests by British representatives,

302
Shanghai police, detention and beating of William M.
Olive, Vice Consul, 23



China (Communist) — Continued

Sinkiang, exploitation by U.S.S.R., statement (Ache-
son), 568
Smith and Bender, detention by, 56, 296, 868
Treaties :
Manchuria-U.S.S.R. trade agreement (1949), article,

218
U.S.S.R., economic development of Sinkiang (1950),

statement (Acheson), 568
U.S.S.R., friendship, alliance, and mutual assistance
(19.50), statement (Acheson), 468
U.S. missions, closing. Canton, Chungking, Dairen, Han-
kow, Kunming, Mukden, Nanking, Peiping, Tientsin,
Tihwa, Tsingtao, 39, 119, 179, 302, 406, 462, 4f>3, 487,
1061
U.S. personnel and dependents listed, 179
U.S.S.R., purported Moscow and Harbin agreements
(article), 218
China (Communist), U.S. policy, addresses:
Acheson, 112, 428, 469
Henderson, 565
Cholokyan children, case of, 434, 441
Chungking, U.S. consular office closing, 39
Cicognani, Most Rev. A. G., Apostolic Delegate, correspond-
ence with Secretary Acheson on repatriation of Greek
children, 688
Citizenship, U.S.S.R. policy on determination of, exchange

of notes, 433
Civil Service Commission, Loyalty Review Board, opera-
tion of, 621, 70S
Claims :
Germany, filing period and procedure, 686, 818
Germany, validation of securities and currency. Depart-
mental and HICOM announcements, 245, 556, 560
Panama, convention signed, 219
Thailand, deadline, 245
Clapp, Gordon R., chairman. Economic Survey Mission to

the Middle East, U.N., 55, 105, 173, 260, 1060
Clark, Du Wayne, designation in State Department, 303
Clark, Lewis, U.S. representative, U.N. Advisory Commis-

mission for Libya, 300
Clay, Gen. Lucius, and Joseph C. Grew, correspondence
with President Truman, establishment of Committee
for a Free Europe, 962
Coal industry, effects of oil imjiort situation on (Tborp,

testimony), 1004
Cochran, H. Merle, appointment as U.S. Ambassador to

Indonesia, 55, 301
"Cold war," defense of, article (Kennan), 270
Collective security, addresses, etc. (see also North Atlan-
tic; Mutual defense) :
Balanced collective forces (Acheson), 931
NAT and Rio pact, instruments of (Surrey), 792
Objectives of (Ti-uman, St. Louis), 996
Peace, instrument of (Acheson), 1037
Relation to NAT (Achilles), 52
U.N. as an instrument of (Gross), 372
Colombia :

Educational exchange activities, 402, 709
Exchange-of-persons activities, 602
Colonial Airlines, Canada, license suspension by, 29, 57, 139



Index, January to June 1950



1071



Commission for Conventional Armaments, TJ.N. :
General Assembly resolution on regulation and reduc-
tion of, referred to Security Council, 7, 145
TJ.S. views, address (Nash), 957

Working committee meetings, summary, 702, 823, 956,
1063
Committee for Reciprocity Infonnation, notices of hear-
ings preliminary to trade-agreement negotiations, 58,
139, 297, 762, 866, 979, 1011
Commodity Problems, Committee on, FAO, established, 127
Communications and Transport Commission, U.N., 4th
session, 538, 572, 618

Communism :

Capitalist destruction, theories of, article on probability

of war with the U.S.S.R. (Kenuan), 267, 270
"Confessions," tactics for extracting (Shipliov case),

387, 441
Enslavement, protection against, message to Congress,

(Truman), 938
Germany, Soviet zone, tactics of control, article, with

chart, (HICOG Information Bulletin), 482
Propaganda as instrument of foreign policy, article
(Block), 987
Communism, addresses, statements, etc. :
Acheson :

Far East (Natl. Press Club) , 111, 1012

"Internationalist," definition of, 403

Korea, intentions in, 454

Nature of threat (Amer. Socy. of Newspaper Editors),

673
Theories of ( Berkeley, Calif. ) , 473
"Total diplomacy," 427
Barrett, defense against propaganda, 992
Dulles, proposals for countermeasures, 862
Jessup, Far East, 629
McCloy, tactics in Germany, 195, 587
Peurifoy, tactics of control, 329
Russell, democratic initiative against, 7.56
Truman, on imperialist character of, 348
Webb, U.S. countermeasures, 788
Communist front organizations, international :

Cultural and Scientifle Conference on World Peace, 400
Partisans of Peace, delegation listed. 401, 1019
World Federation of Trade Unions (WPTU). attempted
sabotage of MDAP shipments, 401
Conciliation Committee, U.N., activities re Greece, 4, 307,

365
Conferences, international :

Calandar of meetings, 37, 220, 380, 541, 739, 924
.Japan, directive to SCAP allowing participation, 414
Rules for calling, General Assembly resolution, 15
Congress :
Advisory Commission on Educational Exchange, 2d re-
port, 238, 2a3
Advisory Commission on Information, 2d report, 97
Budget message for 1951 (Truman), excerpts, and sup-
plemental request, 136, 245
Educational exchange, 3d report by State Department,

excerpt, 286
ERP, Secretary Acheson's testimony on, 403
European Payments Union (S. Doc. 144, 81st Cong.),
excerpt, 681



Congress — Continued
Far Eastern Economic Assistance Act (P.L. 447, 81st

Cong.), text, 405
Foreign Economic Assistance Act ( 1950) , support of :
Acheson, testimony, 552
Austin, statement, 1043
Miller, address, 234
Truman, statement and letter to Representative Kee,

603, 1042
Wheeler, address, 678
Foreign policy legislation, statements on status (Ti'u-

man, Webb), 1003
Foreign Relations consultative subcommittees, organi-
zation, letter ( Rep. Kee to Sec. Acheson ) , 886
Goa, status of ( Asst. Sec. McPall, letter to Rep. Martin) ,

978
Greek children, House resolution on repatriation (Presi-
dent Truman, letter to Speaker Rayburn), 687
Habana Charter. See International Trade Organiza-
tion.
Korean aid :

Acheson (testimony), 4.54

Far Eastern Economic Assistance Act text, (1950), 405
House action on bill (1949), statement (Truman) and
letter (Acheson to Truman) , 212, 972
Legislation listed, 39, 71, 78, 135, 165, 229, 342, 350,

417, 542, 551, 631, 672, 944, 1062
Loyalty in State Department :

Allegations by Senator McCarthy, testimony denying

(Hanson, Brunauer), 574
Piles, President Truman's refusal to release (letter

to Ty dings), 622
Hearings, proposed (Acheson, statement) , 421
Lattimore, discussion of (Acheson, letter to Tydings),

973
Progi-am in Department (Snow, testimony), 619
MDAP and military assistance needs :
Acheson ( testimony ) , 940
Douglas, Grady, Wadsworth, Wiley, Muccio, Cowen

(testimony), 1044
Truman (message), 938
NAC and Western Foreign Ministers' meetings, state-
ments on :
Acheson, Secretary, before Members of Congress, 931
Connally, Senator, on testimony by Acheson, 775
Niagara waters, treaty with Canada, transmittal to the

Senate, 865
Palestine refugees, UNPRA (Truman, letters to Barkley

and Rayburn ) , 260
"Peace Partisans," entry to U.S., statements (McCor-

mack, Martin), 400
Petroleum trade policy, (Tliorp, testimony), 640, 1004
Point 4 enabling legislation. See Foreign Economic

Assistance Act.
St. Lawrence Seaway and power project, importance of
(Acheson, testimony in support of H. J. Res 271),
765
Selective Service Act (1948), extension recommended

(Acheson, testimony), 257
Spain, U.S. policy (Acheson, letter to Connally), 156
State Department reorganization, letter from President
Truman, and text of Reorganization Plan (No. 20),
660



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Congress — Continued
State of the Dnion, message from President Truman

(excerpt), 75
Treaties of friendship and commerce with Ireland and
Uruguay (Thorp, testimony), 811
Connally, Senator Tom, statement on NAC and Western

Foreign Ministers' meetings, 775
Conrads, Robert A., designation in State Department, 783
Consular conventions:
Costa Uica, signed, 523
U.K. (104!)), report, 175
Contraliand. Sec Arms.

Cooper, .lohn Sherman, Consultant to the Secretary, ap-
pointment, 572, 061
Copenhagen Plan (radio-frequency assignment), 567
Corliss, .lames C, designation in State Department, 303
Coronados Islands, Mexican sovereignty, U.S. position, 448
Costa Rica :

Ambassador to U.S. (Echandi Jimenez), 447
Nicaragua, dispute with, action taken by OAS, 281
Treaties, agreements, etc:

Consular convention, signed. 523
Friendship (1940), signed with Nicaragua, 282
Trade agreement (1036), article I waived for 1 year
in respect of exchange surcharges on imports,
exchange of notes, 694
Tuna Commission, establishment, convention on
(1949), effective, 496
Cotton Advisory Committee, International (ICAC), 9th

meeting, background, 875
Cowen, Myron Melvin, Ambassador to the Philippines,

MDAP requirements (testimony), 1049
Cripps, Sir Stafford, British Chancellor of Exchequer,
Hritish reconstruction and economic development, re-
port to ECA, 99
Cuba:

Dominican Republic, dispute with, action taken by OAS

and ancillary bodies, discussion, 279
Educational exchange activities, 174
Tariff concessions, renegotiations with U.S. under

GATT, 58, 297, 980
U.S. Consulate at Manzanillo, closing, 302
Czechoslovakia :

Consular offices, Chicago and New York, closing, 684, 974
Extradition from Germany of refugees, exchange of

notes, 595
"Peace" resolution. National Assembly, background and

U.S. note, 738. 1019
U.S. Consulate at Bratislava, closing, 975
U.S. diplomatic representation cut, background and

U.S. note protesting, 974
VOA and USIS attacked, statement (Acheson), affidavit
(Kosmak), and U.S. notes, 632, 084

Dairen, U.S. Consulate closing, 39

Daniels, Paul C, U.S. representative. Council of OAS, 302

Denmark :

ECA, effect of, statement (Rasmussn), 101
GATT, accession to, 815

Mutual defense assistance agreement, statements,
(Acheson, Truman, Munthe de Morgeustierne), and
text, 16, 198, 203



Dickinson, Edwin D., designated representative on Treaty
Commissions for Bulgaria, Hungary, and Uuuiania, 97
Diplomatic relations:
Bulgaria, suspension:
Exchanges of notes, 1.59, 351, 353, 356
Reasons for, address (over CBS) and statement
(Heath), .397, 442
Cambodia, recognized, 291
Haiti, status of, 1011
Laos, recognized, 291
Satellites of U.S.S.lt., status of, statement (Acheson),

377
Vietnam, recognized, 291
Yemen, recognized, 326
Diplomatic relations, establishment, basis for, address

(Miller), 797
Diplomatic representatives in U.S., credentials :

Costa Rica (E3



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