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817
Double taxation, conventions with U.S. for avoidance
of fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on estates :
1944 and 1950 conventions, termination of, 739,
740 ; 1961 convention, 305, 512, 739, 740, 782
GATT:
Interim agreements, with schedules, 511
Proc6s-verbaux re provisional accessions of:

Switzerland, 350 ; Tunisia, 818
Protocol for accession of Portugal, 1041
Haines cutoff road for winter maintenance of Hames-

Fairbanks pipeline, agreement with U.S. for, 740
Haines-Fairbanks pipeline, agreement with U.S. for

construction of additional pumping stations, 890
High seas fisheries of North Pacific Ocean, interna-
tional convention (19!)2) on, 740
IAEA statute, amendment of, 189
NATO status-of -forces agreement, agreements supple-
menting and implementing agreement on, 106
Radio regulations (1959), 782
Safety of life at sea, international convention (1960)

on, 740
Telecommunication convention (1959), international,

with six annexes, 890
Wheat agreement, international, 926
Canal Zone, inter-American police academy in, opening

of, 847
Cancer research, Japan-U.S. joint project, 955

1052



Caribbean Organization, designation as public interna-
tional organization. Executive order, 188
Carpets, woven, decision to increase duty on, 649, 650, 671
Casablanca powers, list of and cultural objectives, ad-
dresses (Williams), 172, 843, 844
Castro, Fidel, 556, 558

CENTO. See Central Treaty Organization
Central African Republic:
Ambassador to U.S., credentials. C44
Diplomatic relations, Vienna convention (1961) and

protocol on, 817
U.S. Ambassador, confirmation, 306
Central America, seasonal marketing fund proposed for,

178, 998
Central Treaty Organization :

Economic Committee, 10th session:
Statement (Rostow), 522
Text of communique, 526
U.S. delegation, 436
Secretary General, visit to Washington, 411
10th Ministerial Council meeting :
Statement (Rusk), 859
Text of communique, 860
U.S. delegation, 861
Ceramic tile, decision against increasing duty on, 649
Ceylon :

Governor General of, message (Kennedy) to, 644
GATT, declaration on extension of standstill provisions

of art. XVI :4, 397
GATT, declaration on provisional accession of Argen-
tina to, 397
Radio Ceylon, agreement amending and extending
agreement with U.S. re, 890
Chad, UNESCO health project in, address (Williams),

29
Chancellor, John, 241

Charlotte, Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, 950
Charter of Punta del Este. See Punta del Este, Charter

of
Chayes, Abram, 851
Cheese, Colby and blue-mold cheese, actions on imports of,

779
Chiari, Roberto F., 976
Chile :

Economic development, joint communique with U.S. re

financing of, 538
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Educational programs, agreement with U.S. amend-
ing 1955 agreement for financing, 566
GATT, declaration on provisional acces.sion of Switz-
erland, proc&s-verbal extending, 350
Satellite tracking facility at Mapallenes Province,
agreement with U.S. re reactivation of, 77
University of Chile, economic training, address (Rusk),
792
China ;
Foreign Relations, volume on, released, 610
U.N. representation question :
General Assembly action, letter and statement

(Stevenson), 222, 320
Soviet draft resolution, 117

Department of State Bulletin



China — Continued

U.N. representation question — Continued
U.N. important-question resolution, 117
U.S. position on, statements (Stevenson), 108, .320
China, Communist (see also Communism and Sino-Soviet
bloc) :
Aggression in Asia and the Far East, statement (Steven-
son), 108. 109
Communist failure in, address (Rusk) , 454
Disarmament conference, question of participation in,

statement (Rusk), 462
Economic problems of, addresses : Johnson, 57, 58 ; Tre-

zise, 595
Guerrilla warfare training centers in, statement (Ste-
venson), 109, 110, 116
Objectives and methods of attainment, address (Achil-
les), 324, 325
Refugees from. Sec under Refugees
Revolution in, results of, address (Bowles), 371, 375
Tibet, domination of, statement (Bingham), 74
U.N. representation question. See under China
U.S. policy toward, address (Bowles), 676
U.S. shipment of food to, question of, statement (Rusk),
974
China, Republic of :
Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 205
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Agricultural commodities, agreements with U.S., 782,

854, 1041
Atomic energy, peaceful uses of, agreement amending

1955 agreement with U.S., 1002
Safety of life at sea, international convention (19G0)
on, 740
U.N. representation. See China : U.N. representation

question
U.S. aid to, address (Tubby), 301
U.S. Ambassador, confirmation, 1042
Christmas Lsland, U.K.-U.S. nuclear test project, joint

statement re, 329
Cieplinski, Michel, 730

Citizenship, domestic and foreign responsibility of, ad-
dress ( Louehheim ) , 337
Civil aviation. See Aviation

Civilian persons in time of war, Geneva convention rela-
tive to treatment of, 398, 566
Claims :
Austria :

Fund for settlement of persecutee property losses,

filing of claims against, 718
Retroactive pension payments by, 302
Damage from nuclear tests, U.S. position re compen-
sation in event of, 840
Yugoslavia, negotiations re U.S. claims against, 847
Clay, Lucius D., 168, 708
Cleveland, Harlan :
Addresses, remarks, and statement :
Disarmament, progress toward, 583
Meteorological observations, cooperation in. 694
The Practice of Peace, 1019
United Nations :
Bond issue, 96
Role in U.S. foreign policy, 330



Cleveland, Harlan — Continued
Addresses, remarks, and statement — Continued

U.S. diplomatic relations, problems of, 803
Trip to Europe and Congo, announcement of, 760
Cleveland, Stanley M., 073
Coale, Ansley J., 306

Cocoa, trade problems, statement (Blumenthal), 998
Codex Alimentarius Commission (FAO/WHO), establish-
ment at FAO conference, article (Phillips, Sohl), 394
Coerr, Wymberley DeR., 1042
Coffee :
Problems of trade in, address (Blumenthal), 907
Seasonal marketing fund proposed by U.S., 178, 998
U.S. importation of, address (Trezise), 885
Worldwide agreement on, joint support of, communique
(Goulart, Kennedy), 706
Cold war, statements re : Rusk, 559 ; Stevenson, 553
Collective security (see also Mutual defense) :
Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. See Southeast

Asia Treaty Organization
Europe. See North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Latin America. See Organization of American States
Near and Middle East. See Central Treaty Organiza-
tion
Regional arrangements for :

Iran-U.S. views, joint communique (Kennedy,

Pahlavi),760
U.S. position on, address and statement : Johnson,
246, 250 ; McGhee, 131, 133, 1.35
Colombia :

Cuban exclusion from OAS system, position on, 282
Treaties, agreements, etc. :
Agricultural commodities, agreements with U.S., 154

482, 610, 926
Atomic energy, peaceful uses of, agreement with U.S.

for cooperation in, 739, 741
Continental shelf, convention on, 482
Double taxation on earnings from operations of ships
and aircraft, agreement with U.S. for relief of, 77
Geneva conventions (1949) on treatment of prisoners
of war, wounded and sick, and civilians in time
of war, 398
Inter-American Institute of Agricultural Sciences,

protocol of amendment to convention on, 154
WMO convention, 189
Visit of President and Mrs. Kennedy, address and re-
marks (Kennedy), 91
Colonialism (see also Self-determination and Trust terri-
tories) :
Development and passing of, addresses and remarks:
Ball. 364, 413, 414, 633 ; Cleveland, 807 ; Rusk, 945 ;
Stevenson, 210, 212 ; Williams, 170
U.N. General Assembly consideration of : letter, re-
marks, and resolution: Rusk. 490; Steven.son, 223;
text of res., 76
U.S. position re, address and statements: Bingham, 69;
Johnson, 58 ; Stevenson, 147
Colorado River water :
Agreement with Mexico re supplying of water under

1944 agreement, 144
Problem o fsalinity, joint U.S.-Mexican study of, 650



Index, January to June 7962



1053



Commerce, Department of, commercial program within
Foreign Service, interdepartmental agreement witli
State Department for, 741
Commercial agreements. See Trade: Treaties
Commodity Trade, Commission on International (ECO-

SOC), confirmation of U.S. member, 596
Commodity trade problems {see also Agricultural head-
ings and individual commodity) :
Canadian-U.S. consideration of, communique on, 169
GATT declaration re disposal of surpluses, 10
Latin American and U.S. officials confer on seasonal

marketing problems, 178
Stabilization agreements, formulation of, remarks

(Kennedy), 540
U.S. proposals and views re, address, article, and state-
ment : Blumenthal, 997 ; Phillips, Sohl, 395 ; Rusk,
949
Common markets. See European Economic Community,
European Free Trade Association, and Organization
for Economic Cooperation and Development
Communications (see also Radio, Satellites: Communi-
cation, and Telecommunications) :
Advances in, address (Bohlen), 1015
Films as an international means of, remarks (Tubby)
213

Communism (see also China, Communist ; Germany, East;
Sino-Soviet bloc; and Soviet Union) :
Aggression and subversive activities In:
Africa, statement (Williams), 918
Southeast Asia, addresses, messages and statements:
Bowles, 675, 676 ; Diem, 14 ; Johnson, 53, 54 ; Ken-
nedy, 13, 914; Rusk, 455, 458, 459, 498; SEATO,
905 ; Thai, 905 ; Tost, 905
"Western Hemisphere. See under Cuba and Punta
del Este conference
Communist organizations :

Address (Hughes), 981, 982, 984

Regulations and statement re issuance or revocation
of passports to members of, 179, 202, 847
Doctrine of, address (Mac Arthur), 710
Economic challenge of (see also Less developed coun-
tries: Economic offensive), address and statement:
Ball, 598 ; Trezise, 592

Failures of, addresses and statement: Rusk, 790, 868
948 ; Tubby, 16

International challenge and threat of and measures to
combat, addresses, communique, and statement:
Achilles, 326; ANZUS, 870; Ball, 417; Bowles, 372^
374 ; Cleveland, 1019, 1020 ; Harriman, 177 ; Johnson'
245 ; Khoman, 498 ; Rostow, 626, 629, 6.30, 967, 968,'
970 ; Rowan, 379, 380 ; Rush, 449, 498 ; Tubby 299'
301

Objectives of, addresses and statement: Johnson, 54;
Rostow, 522, 525; Rusk, 896, 897, 898, 899, 934

Problems of, address (Kennedy), 616

Propaganda. See Propaganda

Refugees from, addresses : Brown, 101, 103 ; CiepUnskl,
731, 733 ; Stevenson, 211, 557

Rivalry for control between Moscow and Poiping, state-
ment (Rusk), 241



Communism — Continued

Strategy and techniques of, addresses, remarks, and
statements: Rusk, 84, 272, 276, 488; Stevenson,
211

Theories, Dogmas, and Semantics of, addresses (Mann)

500
U.S. strategy toward (see also infra), address (Mc-
Ghee), 683
Communist countries :

Trade agreement concessions denied to, address and

act : summary of act, 344 ; Weiss, 341
U.S. policy toward, addresses: Bohlen, 1017; McGhee,
&31 ; Rostow, 835 ; Rusk, 902
Communist Party :
Authority in, address (Mann), 502

Members in U.S., restrictions on issuance of passports
to, 847
Conference of the eighteen-natlon committee on disarma-
ment. See 18-nation committee on disarmament,
conference of
Conferences and organizations* international (see also
suljject), calendar of meetings, 36, 107, 220, 303,
383, 480, 605, 651, 780, 850, 924, 995
Congo, Republic of (Brazzaville), civU aviation conven-
tion (1944), international, 889
Congo, Republic of the ( Leopold ville) :
Consulate at Stanleyville, opening of, 853
Francs acquired by U.S. under agriculture commodities
program, memo of understanding with U.N. re, 482
Freedom of exit for Moise Tshombe, 769
International telecommunication convention (1959),

with annexes, 77
Prime Minister's visit to U.S., toasts (Adoula, Ken-
nedy), 335
Situation in. See Congo situation
Visit of U.S. Assistant Secretary (Cleveland), announce-
ment, 760
Congo situation:
Developments in, addresses, article, communique, and
statements : Ball, 43, 635, 876 ; Kennedy, Macmillan,
95; Rostow, 967, 968; Rusk, 126, 165, 199, 216;
Stevenson, 222 ; Williams, 136, 547, 720
Katangan secession :

Kitona agreement, 49, 95, 137, 171
Negotiations for reintegration, address, article, and
statements : Ball, 40 ; Department, 11, 49, 95 ; White,
10 ; Williams, 720
U.N. action re, 48

U.S. opposition to, address and statement: Rusk,
217 ; Williams, 136, 140
Maps, 43, 45

Preparation for self-government, problem of, state-
ment (Bingham), 71
Refugee problem, address (Brown), 102
U.N. operation in :

Addresses and statement: Ball, 035, 876; Rusk, 126
Communist People's Dailii comment on, 116
Financial obligations of U.N. members for (see aUo
International Court of Justice: U.N. assessment),
U.S. position, 435
Kalanga attacks against, statements: Ball, 12; De-
partment, 11



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Department of State Bulletin



Congo situation — Continued
U.N. operation in — Continued
Security Council consideration of, question of, state-
ment (Stevenson), 304
Soviet opposition to, article (Ball),4G
U.X. bond sale for payment of (.see also United Na-
tions: Financing of: Bond issue), U.S. views, 160,
311, 315, 317, 322
U.S. contribution and support, article and addresses :
Adoula, 33(); Ball, 12, 44, 4G, 50; Bowles, 207, 256;
Cleveland, 97, 331, 332; Kennedy, 336; Rusk, 216,
450 ; Williams, 140
Congress, U.S. :
Committee bearings on :

Congo situation, statement (Rusk), 216
Oil imports program, statement (Nichols), 31
Speech review procedures of Department of State,
letter and statements : Ball, 513, 1038 ; Rusk, 972 ;
Tubby, 518
Textile industry, statement (Martin), 218
Documents relating to foreign policy, lists of, 68, 179,

302, 382, 519, 734, 923, 994
Legislation, tariff classification system, modernizing,

statement (Kennedy), 1038
Legislation proposed :

Communications satellite corporation, U.S., statement

(Plimpton), 815
Foreign aid program for FY 1063, address, message,

and statement : Kennedy, 550 ; Rusk, 659, 901
Peace Corps, expansion of, letter (Kennedy), .521
Philippine indemnity for war damage, statement

(Kennedy), 911
Refugee aid programs, address (Cleplinskl), 732, 734
Trade Expansion Act of 1962, addresses, message, re-
port, and statement : Ball, 597 ; Coppock, 958, 1031 ;
Kennedy, 163, 231, 239
U.N. bond purchase, message, proposed bill, and state-
ments : Kennedy, 311 ; Rusk, 312 ; Stevenson, 317 ;
text of bill, 312
Presidential addresses, messages, reports, etc. See

tinder Kennedy
Senate approval requested for safety of life at sea con-
vention (1960), statement (Trezise), 520
State Department relations with, statement (Rusk), 126
Conservation of the living resources of the high seas, con-
vention on, 854
Consultative Committee on Security (OAS), Special,

Punta del Este resolution re establishment of, 279
Contiguous zone and territorial zone, convention (1958)

on, 225, 854
Continental shelf, convention (1958) on, 77, 225, 482
Contingency fund, authorization request for FY 1963,

message and statement : Kennedy, 551 ; Rusk, 664
Control Commission, International, Communist attacks

on in Viet-Nam, 14
Coombs, Philip H., 926

Cooperatives, growth of, U.S. assistance in, address (Wil-
liams), 642
Coppock, Joseph D., 426, 770, 956, 1027
Copyright convention (1952), universal, and protocols, 1,
2, and 3, 77, 305, 1002



Corrick, Ann, 358

Costa Rica, Vienna convention (1961) on diplomatic re-
lations, 817
Cotton :

Sale of to Poland, 779

Zipper tape, consultations with Japan re exports to
U.S., 1037
Cotton Textile Committee (GATT) :
Establishment of, statement (Martin), 219
Meeting of and text of agreement reached, 2.50, 430
Cotton textiles :
Arrangements (1961) re international trade in, cur-
rent action, 38
GATT negotiations on trade in, 218, 259, 430
Long-term cotton textile arrangement, text of, 431
Hong Kong restraint of shipments to U.S., discussions
re, 848
Crawford, William A., 306
Cuba:

Charges against :

OAS and call for World Court opinion re, statements

(Stevenson) and text of draft resolution, 684
United States, General Assembly rejection, state-
ments: Plimpton, 559; Stevenson, 553
Communism in and threat to American Republics (see
^ also Punta del Este conference), addres.ses, report,
and statements: Rostow, 967, 968; Rusk, 85, 125,
165, 166, 168, 242 ; Stevenson, 553, 687 ; U.S. report,
129
Guantanamo Naval Base in, U.S. treaty rights to, state-
ment (Rusk), 287
NATO-U.S. alinement of policy toward, statement

(Rusk), 459
OAS consideration of and actions re. See Punta del

Este conference
Refugees from, addresses and statement: Brown, 101,

103 ; Cieplinski, 732 ; Stevenson, 557
Soviet-bloc military aid to. See Armaments : Cuba
Sugar quota, determination of, proclamation (Ken-
nedy), 34
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Diplomatic relations, Vienna convention (1961) on,

817
GATT:

Declaration on provisional accession of Tunisia,

350, 397
Declaration on relations between contracting par-
ties of GATT and Poland, 397
Proces-verbal of rectification concerning protocol
amending part I and articles XXIX and XXX
and protocol amending preamble and parts II
and III, 350
Wheat agreement, international, 926
U.S. trade with, embargo on, proclamation and state-
^ ments : proclamation, 283 ; Rusk, 285, 287, 288, 348
Cultural relations and programs (see also Educational
exchange and Exchange of persons) :
Japanese-U.S. exchanges:

Discussions and conference on, 99, 142
Use of GARIOA funds in programs, 188



Index, January to June 1962



1055



Cultural relations and programs — Continued
Soviet-U.S. exchanges:

Statements : Bohlen, 652 ; Hughes, 982
Test of joint communique, 653
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Cultural exchange agreement with U.A.R., 959
Cultural property, convention (1954) and protocol

for protection in event of armed conflict, 225
Educational, scientific, and cultural materials, agree-
ment and protocol on importation of, 817
Exchange of films with Rumania, 959
Exchanges in scientific, technical, educational, cul'
tural, and other fields, 1962-63 agreement with
U.S.S.R., 512. 652
Customs (see also Tariff jwlicy) :

Commercial samples and advertising material, inter-
national convention (1952) to facilitate the im-
portation of, 817
Road vehicles, private, customs convention (1954) on

temporary importation of, 38, 566, 782
Touring, convention (1954) concerning customs facili-
ties for, 566, 817
Customs unions. See Common markets
Cyprus :
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Agricultural commodities, memorandum of under-
standing with U.S. re grant for school lunch pro-
gram, 610
Educational exchange program, agreement with U.S.,

225, 350
IBRD and IMF articles of agreement, 77
IDA articles of agreement, 854

Universal postal convention (1957), with final proto-
col, annex, regulations of execution, and provisions
re airmail with final protocol, 77
Wheat, memorandum of understanding with U.S. re
purchase of, 305
Visit to U.S. of President Makarios and discussions with
U.S. official.s, 413, 1011
Czechoslovakia :

Civil aviation convention, International, protocol (1961)

to, 854
GATT, proces-verbaux extending declarations on pro-
visional accession of Switzerland and Tunisia, 926

Dahomey :
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Civil aviation convention, international, protocol

(1961) to, 854
Geneva conventions relative to treatment of prisoners

of war, wounded and sick, and civilians, 566
Narcotic drugs, convention and protocol (1931) on,

259
Road trafl3c convention (19-49), with annexes, 259
Slavery convention (1926), as amended, 961
Visit of goodwill mission to U.S., 1036
Dean, Arthur H., 888

Decade of Doveloi)ment. See under I'liitcil Xiitions
Declaration of Independence, cited, 60



Defense (see also Collective security and Mutual de-
fense) :
Furnishing of defense articles and services for purpose
of internal security, agreement with El Salvador
re, 818
Inventions relating to defense for which patent appli-
cations have been filed, agreement for safeguarding,
740
Strengthening of by U.S., address (Bowles), 254
U.S. collective defense arrangements, address (John-
son), 246, 250
Defense, Department of, speeches reviewed by Depart-
ment of State, statement and remarks : Ball, 513,
Tubby, 518
Defense Board, Inter-American, 557
Democracy, defense of by Venezuela, letter (Kennedy),

1023
Denmark :
Educational exchange programs, agreements with U.S.

re, 1041
GATT:

Compensatory concessions for certain tariff actions

taken by U.S., 512
Declarations giving effect to and extending standstill

provisions of art. XVI : i, 818
Declarations on provisional accessions of Switzerland

and Tunisia, proces-verbaux extending, 350
Interim agreements, with schedules, 511
IAEA statute, amendment of, 854
Safety of life at sea, international convention (1960)
on, 740
De Peiia, Marco A., 129
Dependent territories :
African, problems of, address (Fredericks), 881
Pacific, territories of, ANZUS assistance to, address
(Rusk), 944
Development Assistance Group:
Commitment to underdeveloped countries, statement

(Rusk), 165
Committee meeting in Paris, U.S. representative to,
designation (Rubin), 1042
Development Loan Fund, loans to Ghana, 30
Development loans and grants, authorizing legislation re-
quest for FY 1963, message and statement : Kennedy,
551; Rusk, 663
Diem, Ngo Dinh, 13
Dillon, Douglas, 168
Diplomacy :

Addresses and remarks : Ball, 876 ; Bowles, 677 ; Cleve-
land, 803; McGhee, 1007; Rusk, 488
Dulles Library of diplomatic history, statement (Rusk),
923
Diplomatic IHstorfi, International Law, and the Condnet
of Foreign Relations, Department of State Publiea-
tions on, 190
Diplomatic recognition and relations :
Argentina, continuance of relations with, 778
Dominican Republic, U.S. relations with, 34, 120
Vienna convention (1961) on diplomatic relations and
protocol concerning compulsory settlement of dis-
putes, 817



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Department of State Bulletin



Diplomatic representatives abroad, U.S. See under For-
eign Service
Diplomatic representatives in tlie U.S. :

Presentation of credentials : Cameroon, 499 ; Canada,
955; Central African Republic, 644; China, 205;
Dominican Republic, 904 ; Ecuador, 1C9 ; Gabon,
1(!9; Greece, 479; Iran, 707; Kuwait, 970; Mali,
871 ; Morocco, 499 ; Philippines, 418 ; Rumania, 25 ;
Soviet Union, 644 ; Syrian Arab Republic, 244
Travel of in U.S., State Advisory Committee considera-
tion of, 382
Disarmament (see also Armaments, Arms Control and
Disarmament Agency, Nuclear test-ban treaty. Nu-
clear weapons, and Outer space ) :
Agreed principles for, U.S.S.R.-U.S. joint statement of,

statement (Rusk), 533
Chinese Communist views on, cited, 116
Coordination of U.S. approach to, addresses (Bowles),

253, 257, 376
Economic and social consequences of:
ACDA publication, release of, 962
U.N. report on, statement re (Rusk), 532
Eighteen-nation disarmament conference at Geneva.
See Eighteen-nation committee on disarmament,
conference of
■•^General and complete, U.S. position, letter, proposed
treaty outline, and statement : Ball, 609 ; Kennedy,
747 : text of outline, 747
International Disarmament Organization, U.S. proposal

for, 621, 622, 747, 749, 751, 759
Negotiations {sec also Eighteen-nation committee)
NATO communique re, 51, 52

U.K.-U.S. joint communique and report re, 95, 409
U.N. call for, letter (Stevenson), 223
U.S. efforts for, addresses, Cleveland, 583, 585; Ken-
nedy, 160 ; Rusk, 4.54
U.N. consideration of, statement (Stevenson), 319
Use of savings from for peaceful purposes, joint com-
munique (Goulart, Kennedy), 706
Verification of, Soviet and U.S. views on : Kennedy,
465 ; Khrushchev, 468, Rusk, 124
Disarmament agency, U.S. See Arms Control and Dis-
armament Agency, U.S.
Dobrynin, Anatoliy Fedorovich, 644
Dominican Republic :
AID mission to, 177, 425
Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 904
Developments in, statements : Kennedy, 128 ; Rusk, 165,

108, 200, 202, 203
Diplomatic relations with :
Conditions for, 34
Resumption of, 129
Emergency credit to, statement (Kennedy) , 258
Military assistance, U.S. team survey of need, 258
OAS system, participation in, remarks (Kennedy), 541
Soviet charges of OAS action against, statements

(Stevenson), 690, 693
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Civil aviation convention (1944), international, pro-
tocol (1961) to, 654



Dominican Republic — Continued
Treaties, agreements, etc. — Continued
Diplomatic relations, Vienna convention (1961) and

protocol on, 817
Economic, technical, and related assistance, agree-
ment with U.S. for, 305
Investment guaranties, agreement with U.S. re, 854
Military assistance, agreement with U.S. for, 697



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