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Peace Corps, agreement with U.S. re establishment

of, 854
Safety of life at soa, international convention (1960)

on, 740
Wheat agreement, international, 926
U.S. Ambassador, confirmation, 482
Double taxation, agreements and conventions for avoid-
ance of on :
Estates, with Canada, 305, 512, 739, 740, 782
Income, with : Colombia, 77, Greece, 512
List of U.S. agreements in force, 261
Drugs, narcotic :

Manufacture and distribution of, convention (1931)

limiting and regulating, 38, 259, 397, 740
Opium, and other drugs, production, trade, and use of :
Convention (1912), 38, 350, 566, 740
Protocol (1953) regulating, 350, 511
Protocol (1948) bringing under international control
drugs outside the scope of 1031 convention, 38, 259,
397, 740
Dulles Library of diplomatic history, statement (Rusk),

923
Duncan, John P., Jr., 392
Dutton, Frederick G., 306

East- West relations, address (Ball), 874

ECAFE. See Economic Commission for Asia and the Far

East
Economic and military matters, agreement with Korea
rescinding certain provisions of agreed minute for
cooperation in, 398
Economic and Social Consequences of Disarmament in
the United States, ACDA publication, release of, 962
Economic and Social Council, U.N. :

Commission on International Commodity Trade, con-
firmation of U.S. member, 596
Documents, lists of, 437, 526, 609, 738, 817, 889
Population Commission of, confirmation of U.S. repre-
sentative, 306
U.S. representative to, confirmation (Kotschnig), 926
Economic and social development {see also Economic and
technical aid to foreign countries, Foreign aid pro-
grams, and Less developed countries) :
Africa, progress in, addresses (Williams), 60, 171
CENTO'S programs for, communiques and statement :

communiques, 520, 861 ; Rostow, 523
Drive toward worldwide, address and remarks (Rusk),

788
Food programs to aid in, statement (Gardner), 1.52,

153
Health in relation to, address (Williams), 28
India, progress in, address (Johnson), 56



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Economic and social development — Continued

Japan, progress in, addresses : Jolinson, 55 ; Trezise,

294
Latin America {see also Alliance for Progress), co-
operation in, address and remarks (Kennedy), SO,
91; joint communique (Bctancourt, Kennedy), 90
Long-range financing and planning, address and state-
ment : Johnson, 59 ; Rusk, CGO, 6G3
Middle East, progress in, address (Bowles), 765, 767,

768
OECD. See Organization for Economic Cooperation

and Development
Population growth, relationship to, address (Nunley),

22
Programs of and U.S. cooperation with : Brazil, 706,
740, 778; British Guiana, 769; Chile, 538; Domini-
can Republic, 128, 425; India, 57, 124; Iran, 760;
Korea, 143 ; Tunisia, 425 ; Viet-Nam, 141
Soviet progress in, addresses : Hughes, 980 ; Trezise,

593
U.S. policy for furthering, addresses, remarks, and state-
ment: Bowles, 372; McGhee, 723, 1009; Rusk, 18,
407 ; Stevenson, 581
Economic and technical aid to foreign countries (see also
Agency for International Development, Agricultural
sur|)luses, Alliance for Progress, Economic and social
development. Foreign aid programs, Inter-American
Development Bank, and International Development
Association) :
Address, message, remarks, and statement : Kennedy,

550 ; R. Kennedy, 762, 763 ; Mann, 508 ; Rusk, 659
Aid to; Afghanistan, 610; Africa, 173, 547, 643, 721,
882 ; Brazil, 105, 778 ; Cameroon, 482 ; Dominican
Republic, 305; Ecuador, 818; El Salvador, 106, 697;
Ghana, 30; Iran, 154; Korea, 398, 951; Nicaragua,
782 ; Nigeria, 25 ; Panama, 106, 698 ; Viet-Nam, 142
Program for FY 1963, message and statement: Ken-
nedy, 550 ; Rusk, 659, 663
Soviet-bloc aid, addresses, communique, and message:
Bowles, 766; Hughes, 981; Johnson, 249, 250; Ken-
nedy, 232, 233, 234 ; McGhee, 726 ; NATO, 863
U.N. agencies for, article and statement: Gardner, 152;
Phillips, Sohl, 395
Economic and Trade Affairs, Joint U.S.-Canadian Com-
mittee on, 7th meeting, 105
Economic assistance to Japan, postwar, agreement for

settlement of debts resulting from, 188, 305
Economic Commission for Africa, U.N., 251, 845, 846
Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East, U.N. :
Education conference, participation with UNESCO in,

696
18th session of, U.S. delegation, 251, 481
Petroleum Resources of Asia and the Far East, Second
Symposium on, 852
Economic Commission for Europe, U.N. :

Housing Comniittce, 23d session of, U.S. delegation, 925
U.S. representative to 17th session, confirmation (Kot-
schnig),926
Economic Cooperation and Development, Organization for.
See Organization for Economic Cooperation and De-
velopment



Economic policy and relations, U.S. {see also individual
countries and Trade Expansion Act of 1962, pro-
posed) :
American Agriculture in Foreign Trade, address (Mar-
tin), 471
Domestic economy :
Nation's security dependent upon, address (Rostow),

835
Tennessee Valley -\uthority, example of progress in,

address ( Rusk ) , 898
Trade policy, effect on, addresses, message, and re-
marks : Johnson, 988 ; Kennedy, 237, 825, 908 ; Weiss,
342
Foreign economic policy :
Addresses and remarks: Ball, 364, 413; Bundy, 420;
Coppock, 427, 956; Galbraith, 1024; Johnson, 247;
Kennedy, 824 ; R. Kennedy, 761 ; McGhee, 289 ; Ros-
tow, 627 ; Rusk, 403
Balance-of-payments problem. See Balance of pay-
ments
Cuba, embargo on trade with: proclamation, 283;

statement (Rusk), 285,287, 288
Foreign aid program. See Foreign aid
Tariff policy. See Tariff policy, U.S.
World Trade Week, proclamation, 825
Soviet challenge to, addresses : Mann, 509 ; Trezise, 592
Ecuador :
Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 169
Cuba, exclusion from O.IS system and sanctions against,

position on, 283
Treaties, agreements, etc.:

Economic, technical, and related assistance, agree-
ment with U.S. for, 818
ICEM constitution, 511

Telecommunication convention (1959), international,

with six annexes, 890

Education {see also Cultural relations and programs,

Educational exchange, and Exchange of persons) :

Africa, U.S. aid and views on need for, addresses

(Williams), 173, 546, 547, 548, 643
Contacts with foreign educators and students, state-
ment (Rusk), 460
Economic and social development, importance in, re-
marks and statement (Rusk), 20, 660
International affairs, need for education in, addresses:

Bowles, 206 ; Tuhhy, 15
Land-grant college system, U.S., address (Rusk), 901
Mexico, progressive institutions in, remarks (Rusk),

920
Philippines, U.S. aid to and exchanges with, 175, 176
Role of the university, address (Kennedy), 615
SEATO research fellowship program (1962-63), an-
nouncement of, 76
Study groups, formation and program of, address

(Louchheim),338
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Financing of educational programs in Chile, agree-
ment amending 1!)55 agreement on, 566
Vocational education program in Brazil, agreement
extending 1950 agreement re, 961



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Education — Continued
UNESCO/ECAFE conference on, 608, 695
Viet-Nam, program in, joint Viet-Nam-U.S. communique
on, 141
Educational, scientific, and cultural materials, agreement

and protocol on importation of, 817
Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, U.N. :
African education ministers meeting in Paris, announce-
ment, U.S. delegation to, 607
Asia, conference on education in, U.S. delegation, 695
Chad, health program in, address (Williams), 29
Constitution of, 512, 782, 818, 1002

Nubian project, agreement with U.S. relating to a grant
of funds for, 306
Educational exchange program, international (see also
Cultural relations. Education, and Exchange of
persons) :
Agreements with: Austria, 512; Cyprus, 225, 350;
Denmark, 10-11; Ethiopia, 106; Ghana, 293, 350;
Pakistan, 438 ; Peru, 961 ; U.S.S.R., 512, 652
Fulbright program with Pakistan, 10th anniversary of,

955
Importance of, remarks and statement (Rusk), 21, 460
Value to U.S. of contacts with foreign students, address

(Bowles), 209
With Africa, address (Williams), 547
EEC. See European Economic Community
Egypt, political and economic developments in, address

(Bowles), 674
Eighteen-nation disarmament committee, conference of:
Arrangements for :

Call for by U.N., letter (Stevenson) re, 223
Foreign Ministers preliminary discussions, proposals
for, statements and messages : Kennedy, 358, 494 ;
Khrushchev, 356, 494; Rusk, 359, 456, 458, 462;
U.K.-U.S. position, 329, 356
Framework and task of, messages and statement:
Kennedy, 358, 465; Khrushchev, 356; Rusk, 201;
U.K.-U.S., 355
Heads of Government participation in, U.S. and
Soviet views on : Kennedy, 358, 466 ; Khrushchev,
357, 466, 494 ; Rusk, 360, 462
U.S. delegation, advisers to, 536

U.S.S.R.-U.S. request for U.N. services at, letter
( Stevenson, Zorin ) , 205ji
Committee of the Whole, agenda of, statements: De-
partment, 664 ; Rusk, 623
Disarmament proposals and position of:
ANZUS, communique re, 870
NATO, communique re, 862

Soviet Union, messages and statements re: Depart-
ment, 708; Khrushchev, 356, 466, 494; Rusk, 571,
574, 970
U.K.-U.S., message and statements : Department,

205 ; Kennedy, Macmillan, 355 ; Rusk, 572, 573
United States, addresses, letters, notes, statements,
and proposed treaty outline: Ball, 609; Kennedy,
446, 531, 747 ; McGhee, 829 ; Rostow, 629 ; Rusk, 531,
571, 618, 903, 971 ; U.S. notes, 839, 840 ; treaty out-
line, 747
Mesican-U.S. efforts at, remarks (Rusk), 920, 921



Eighteen-nation disarmament committee, conference of
— Continued
Negotiations, continuation of, U.S. position, 802, 840
Nuclear tests, consideration of. See under Nuclear

test-ban treaty, proposals for
Report to U.N. on, statement (Ru.sk) re, 970
Eighth Meeting of Consultation of the American Foreign

Ministers. See Punta del Este conference
Eklund, Sigvard, 652
El Salvador:
Agricultural trade, agreement with U.S., 926
Communications between radio amateurs on behalf of

3d parties, arrangements with U.S. for, 782
Defense articles and services for purpose of internal
security, agreement with U.S. for furnishing of,
818
Economic, technical, and related assistance, agreement
(1901) with U.S. for, superseding previous agree-
ments for, 106, 697
IDA articles of agreement, 889
Universal postal convention (1957), 225
Emergency Force, U.N. See Congo situation : U.N. forces

in and United Nations Emergency Force
Emergency fund. See Contingency fund
Emergency relief to : Kenya, 244 ; Viet-Nam, 13, 14
Erhard, Ludwig, 130

Escape-clause policy, U.S., history of, address (Ball), 671
Escapee Program, U.S., address (Cieplinski), 732
Establishment, friendship, and navigation treaty with

Luxembourg, 437, 438
Estate-tax convention (1961) with Canada, 739, 740
ETAP. See Expanded Program of Technical Assistance,

U.N.
Ethiopia :

Educational exchange programs, agreement with U.S.,

106
Peace Corps program, agreement with U.S. establish-
ing, 1041
Training of health oflBcers in, address (Williams), 29
U.S. technical aid program in, address (Tubby), 301
Europe (see also European headings, individual countries,
and North Atlantic Treaty Organization) :
Agricultural production in, growth of, address (Weiss),

1034
Austrian participation in economic integration of, joint

communique (Gorbach, Kennedy), 832
Central Europe, neutral free zones in, U.S. position re,

665
Eastern Europe:

Cultural association with Western civilization, ad-
dress (Rusk), 87
Soviet rule in, statement (Bingham), 74
Foreign Relations, volume on, released, 926
U.S. Representative to European Office of the United
Nations and Other International Organizations,
designation (Tubby), 698
Visit of U.S. officials to:
Assistant Secretary Cleveland, 760
Attorney General Kennedy, 99, 762



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Europe — Continued
Visit of U.S. officials to — Continued

Secretary Rusk, 974
Western Europe :

Aid to new African countries, address (Williams),

172
Challenge and opportunities in for United States,

address (MacArtbur), 709
Economic development and unity in, addresses and
statements: Ball, 306, 598, 667, 668; Bundy, 422;
Martin, 471 ; McGhee, 132, 134, 679 ; Rostow, 969 ;
Rowan, 379 ; Rusk, 86, 195, 196, 940, 946 ; Trezise,
596
Marshall plan In, address (Tubby), 16
Oil from U.S.S.R. and the Middle East for, address

and statement: Bowles, 766; Nichols, 33
Refugees in, aid to, addresses : Brown, 101 ; Ciepllnskl,

731
U.S. partnership and trade with, addresses and mes-
sage: Johnson, 991; Kennedy, 234; Rusk, 452
European Atomic Energy Community, atomic energy,
peaceful uses of, amendments to 1958 and 1960 agree-
ments with U.S. for cooperation concerning, 961
European Economic Community (Common Market) :
Agricultural trade, U.S., implications for, addresses:

Martin, 474 ; Weiss, 1032
Australian-U.S. discussions re, joint statement (Ken-
nedy, McEwen), 549
Challenge to U.S. economy, addresses: Bundy, 420;
Johnson, 248 ; MacArtbur, 712 ; Rusk, 196, 404, 405
Economic unity within and expansion of, addresses, re-
marks, and statements : Ball, 3, 367, 368, 415, 598 ;
Bowles, 256; R. Kennedy, 763; Trezise, 595
EEC-U.S. relations, joint communique (Kennedy, Hall-
stein), 769
GATT treaties with :

Agreement pursuant to art. XXIV :6, 512

Agricultural agreements with, 512

Compensatory concessions for certain tariff actions

taken by U.S., 512
Interim agreements, with schedules, 511
Joint declaration with, 512
Latin American access to, remarks (Kennedy), 540
Members of, 471m
Norway, application for membership, joint commimique

(Gerbardsen, Kennedy), 878
Political implications of, addresses: Coppock, 1030;

Rusk, 899
Soviet countertrade proposal, statement (Rusk), 971
U.K. negotiations with :

Application for membership:
Address (Coppock), 772

U.S. support of, address (Martin), 471, 473, 477
Canadian-U.S. trade committee views on, 169
Commonwealth-U.S. interest in, addresses and state-
ments : Ball, 367, 368, 415, 602; Rusk, 865, 866, 867,
940, 946
Joint communiques (Kennedy, Macmillan) re, 95, 803
U.S. support and views, addresses and remarks :
Achilles, .328; Ball, 008; Coppock, 427; Kennedy,
907 ; McGhee, 680, 828 ; Rusk, 910



European Economic Community — Continued
U.S trade with {see also Trade Expansion Act of 1962,
proposed) :
Need for adjustment of U.S. policy, addresses: Cop-
pock, 771, 773; Johnson, 989, 991; Kennedy, 824;
Trezise, 647
Presidential authority to negotiate tariff rates with,
proposed (nee also Trade Expansion Act of 1962,
proposed), addresses, message, and report: Ken-
nedy, 162, 231, 239 ; McGhee, 290, 291, 293 ; Weiss,
340
Tariff concessions exchanged with U.S., smnmary of
negotiations, 561
European Free Trade Association, 471n, 773
Exchange agreement, U.S.-Soviet Union, in scientific,
technical, educational, cultural, and other fields for
1962-63 :
Current action, 512

Joint communique and statement (Bohlen), 652
Exchange of persons progi^am (see also Educational
exchange) :
Exchange of scientists with Japan, joint communiques

re, 67, 954
Remarks (Rusk), 425
Executive orders:
Carribbean Organization, designation as public inter-
national organization (10983), 188
Inter-American Development Bank, amending previous

order relating to (11019), 852
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, administration
by Secretary of Interior (11021), 887
Expanded Program of Technical Assistance, U.N., FAO

projects under, article (Phillips, Sohl), 395
Experiment in International Living, 548
Export-Import Bank, loans to: Brazil, 105; Ghana, 30
Exports :
African agricultural, address (Williams), 545
Cuban, to U.S., prohibition of, statement (Rusk), 348
U.S.:

Expansion of:
Need for, addresses: Kennedy, 824, 826; Martin,

472; Trezise, &46, 647
Promotion program for, addresses, agreement, mes-
sage, remarks, and report: Commerce and State
Departments' agreement, 741 ; Kennedy, 232, 234,
238, 239, 908 ; Rusk, 197, 198, 911 ; Tubby, 214
Importance to economy of, addresses: Bimdy, 420;

Coppock, 429
Markets for, problems of, address (Johnson), 989
World, address (Coppock), 1029
Expropriation :
Agreement with Panama protecting against, 566
U.S. policy on, address (Ball). 914

Fahs, Charles B., 096

FAO. See Food and Agriculture Organization, U.N.

Far East (sec also Asia and inilividiial countries) :
AID inspection trip to, itinerary, 143
Foreign Relations, volume on, released, 610
Refugees. Sec Refugees and displaced persons
Regional Operations Conference at Bagnio, 511



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Farmers Union, National, aid to co-ops in Africa, ad-
dress (Williams), 639, 643
Fessenden, Russell, 673

Fiji, copyright convention (1952), universal, 305
Films:
Exchange of with Rumania, agreement for, 959
Festivals, international, U.S. participation in, remarlis
(Tubby), 215
Finance Corporation, International, articles of agreement,

654
Financing, compensatory, proposal to stabilize commodity

trade, statement (Blumenthal), 999
Finland :

Reelection of President Kekkonen, message (Kennedy),

418
Treaties, agreements, etc. :
Civil aviation convention (1944), international, pro-
tocol (1961) to, 654
Diplomatic relations, Vienna convention (1961) and

protocol on, 817
GATT:

Interim agreements, with schedules, 511
Proces-verbaux extending declarations on provi-
sional accessions of : Switzerland, 817 ; Tunisia,
818
Rectifications and modifications to texts of sched-
ules, 9th protocol, 818
Safety of life at sea, international convention (1960)
on, 740
Fish and fisheries:

Fishing and conservation of living resources of the high

seas, convention on, 854
North Pacific Ocean, amendment to annex to interna-
tional convention (1952) on the high seas fisheries
of, 740
Northwest Atlantic Fisheries :
International Commission for, appointment of U.S.

commissioner, 1040
International convention for, declaration of under-
standing re, 305, 566
Flynn, Mrs. Elizabeth Gurley, 847
Food and Agi-iculture Organization, U.N. :
Agricultural and economic development in Asia, report

re, address (Johnson), 57
Constitution of, 740
11th session of conference of, article (Phillips, Sohl),

392
U.N. multilateral food program, study and recommen-
dations for, statement (Gardner), 150, 152
U.S. agreement re the Peace Corps, 890
Food-for-peace program :
Accomplishments of, address (Kennedy), 161
Africa :
Participating countries, address (Williams), 641
Role in Togo, joint communique (Kennedy, Olympio),
639
Aid to Brazil, 960

Expanded program, address (Williams), 547
Tuni.sia, program in, statement (Gardner), 151
Foot and Mouth Disease, Scientific Mission on, members
of and report to Argentina, 62, 543



Foreign aid programs {see also Agency for International
Development, Economic and social development, ayid
Economic and technical aid) :
Accomplishments of, address (Tubby), 299
Foreign A.ssistance Act of 19(i2, proposed legislation,
requests for enactment and authorizing appropria-
tions, message and statement: Kennedy, 550; Rusk,
659, 664
International efforts for :

Financing of, report, (Kennedy), 240
Long-term planning, communique and statement:
CENTO, 526; Rostow, 524
Multilateral vs. bilateral, remarks (Rusk), 19
Operations of:

Changes in, address (Bowles), 253, 254, 258
Coordination of by U.S. ambassador in country, ad-
dress (McGhee),1009
U.S. policy and objectives in, addresses: Bowles, 253,
677 ; Cleveland, 806 ; Rusk, 18, 19, 21, 404, 406 ; Tubby,
301; Williams, 61
Foreign Assistance Act of 1962, proposed, message and

statement : Kennedy, 550 ; Rusk, 659, 664
Foreign Ministers (France, Germany, U.K., U.S.). See
under Eighteen-nation disarmament committee, con-
ference of : Arrangements for
Foreign Ministers of American States, eighth meeting of

consultation. See Punta del Este conference
Foreign policy, U.S. :

Briefing conferences, 104, 208, 476, 549, 576, 961
Challenges to and problems of, addresses : Bowles, 252 ;

Hughes, 979, 982, 983
Congressional documents relating to. See under

Congress
Defense Department statements pertaining to, review
of, remarks and statement: Ball, 513; Tubby, 518
Developments affecting, addresses and statement : Ball,

413 ; Bohlen, 1014 ; Fredericks, 879 ; Rusk, 363
Domestic base of, address (Rostow), 833
Foreign attempts to influence, statement (Rusk), 165
Principles, goals, and strategy of, addresses and re-
marks : Achilles, 327 ; Ball, 872 ; Bowles, 768 ; Ken-
nedy, 159 ; McGhee, 678, 827 ; Rostow, 625 ; Rowan,
378 ; Rusk, 85, 451, 787, 897, 933, 945 ; Stevenson, 212
Realities of, remarks (Rusk), 487
Relationship of to :
Industry communications programs, remarks

(Tubby), 213
Public information, address (Tubby) , 15
Refugee problems, address (Brown), 103
United Nations :
Role of, addresses : Ball, 636, 638 ; Cleveland, 330
U.N. bonds, promotion of through purchase, message
and statements : Kennedy, 311 ; Rusk, 313 ; Steven-
son, 318
Foreign policy conference for nongovernmental organiza-
tions, national, 961
Foreign Relations, Importance of, address (Bohlen), 1012
Foreign Relations of the United States, published:
China, 194S, 610
1941, Volnme V, The Far East, 610



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1061



Foreign Relations of the United States, published— Con.
19i2, Volume II, Europe, 926
1942, Volume V, The American Republics, 1012
Foreign Service (see also State Department) :
Ambassadors and Minister, appointments and confir-
mations, 35, 78, 189, 306, 398, 438, 482, 698, IWl
Commercial program within. State and Commerce De-
partments' agreement for, 741
Consulate at Stanleyville, Republic of the Congo (Leo-
pold viUe) , opening of, 853
Courage of members of, remarks (Rusls), 488
Diplomatic missions abroad, increase in, address

(Rusk), 83
Embassy aid to American businessmen abroad, address

(Ball), 915, 916
Foreign Service Inspection Corps, Inspector General,

designation (Haselton), 1042
Officers :
Growth in number and responsibilities of, address

(Bohlen), 1016
Retirement benefits of, statement (Rusk), 455
Role of, address (McGhee), 1007
Regional operations conferences :
Announcements of, 252, 511
Objectives of, address (Bowles), 676
Reorganization of, address (Bowles), 255
Science attaches, appointments to: Bern, 566; Rio de

Janeiro, 1042
West Indies, termination of U.S. mission to, reestabllsh-

ment of office of consulate general, 438
Wives of Foreign Service officers, contribution to Serv-
ice, remarks (Louchheim), 922
Foreign Service Institute :

Department of Commercial Affairs, established, 741
Director of, designation (Morgan), 1042
Senior Seminar in Foreign Policy, address (McGhee),
1007

France :

Aid to Africa, address (Williams), 547

De Gaulle position on Berlin negotiations, question of,

statement (Rusk), 123
German-French rapprochement through Common Mar-
ket, address (MacArthur), 711
IMF, French commitment to, 187
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Diplomatic relations, Vienna convention (1961) and

protocol on, 817
GATT, procfes-verbaux extending declarations on pro-
visional accession of : Switzerland, 817 ; Tunisia,
818
IAEA statute, amendment to, GIO
Military procurement, memorandum of understanding

with U.S. re, 77
Safety of life at sea, international convention (1960)

on, 740
Status-of -forces agreement (NATO forces in Ger-
many), agreements supplementing agreement on,
189
Wheat agreement, international, 926
Fredericks, J. Wayne, 607, 879

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Free elections :

Cuban position on, statement (Stevenson), 557
I'unta del Este conference resolution on, 280

Freedman, Selma, 698

Freedom, global struggle for, remarks (Rusk), 487

Freedom-From-Hunger Campaign, review of by FAO, ar-
ticle (Phillips, Sohl), 394

Freeman, Orville, cited, 153

Freites Barreras, Andres, 904

Friedkin, J. F., 683

Friendship, establishment, and navigation treaty with
Luxembourg, 437, 438

Fulbright program with Pakistan, 10th anniversary of,
955

Gabon :

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 169
Civil aviation convention (1944), international, 259
Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1024
Gardner, Richard N., 150, 586

GARIOA. iSee Government and relief in occupied areas.
GATT. See Tariffs and trade, general agreement on
Gaud, William S., 398
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade: Analysis of

United States Negotiations, volumes released, 565
General Assembly, U.N. :

Committee I (Political and Security), consideration of:
Cuban charges of U.S. aggression and intervention,

statements : Plimpton, 559 ; Stevenson, 553
Outer space, international cooperation in peaceful
uses of, statement (Stevenson), ISO
Consideration of all international disputes, question of,



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