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670; Gaud, 668
U.S. delegation, 671
Turkey, support of (Johnson) , 547
U.K. aid, 670
Ceylon:

International telecommunications convention

(1965) , with annexes, 613
U.S. Ambassador ( Corry ) , confirmation, 968
Chad, treaties, agreements, etc., 354, 733
Chaffee, Roger (Johnson) , 388
Chemical and biological warfare, U.S. position, 577
Chile:

Economic level of development (Rusk) , 723
Outer space treaty, signature, 260
Reflecting telescope at Cerro Tololo Inter-American
Observatory, 728



Chile — Continued

U.S. economic aid (Johnson) , 382
U.S. visit of President Frei, 71
China, Communist (see also Sino-Soviet relations) :
Asia, threat to: 849; Bundy, 791; Martin, 195;
W. W. Rostow, 493 ; Rusk, 275
U.S. military assistance as a countermeasure
(Rusk), 827
Economic stagnation: Bundy, 325, 792; W. W.

Rostow, 497, 501
India, threat to (Sisco) , 462

Leadership struggle: 849; Goldberg, 508; Martin,
193; Popper, 691; W. W. Rostow, 495, 501;
Rusk, 47, 170, 280, 785, 788; Taylor, 287
Nuclear tests and nuclear potential: 750; Mc-

Namara, 445 ; Rusk, 132
Taiwan, position on: U. A. Johnson, 423; Popper,

693
Thailand, threat to (Rusk) , 275
U.N. membership:

Question of: 849; Goldberg, 100; Popper, 689
"Two Chinas" solution: U. A. Johnson, 423;
Popper, 693
U.S. policy and relations: Goldberg, 100, 310, 840;
U. A. Johnson, 420, 422; Popper, 689, 694;
Rusk, 283, 322
U.S. travel restrictions, 103, 564
Viet-Nam, positions on: Goldberg, 508; Kohler,
413; Popper, 691; W. W. Rostow, 493; Rusk,
42, 172, 275, 280, 619, 727, 786; Wheeler, 191
World goals: ANZUS, 749; Meeker, 62; Popper,
690, 692; W. W. Rostow, 493; Rusk, 169;
Solomon, 519
World relations: Johnson, 162; Martin, 193; Niven,
774; E. V. Rostow, 398; W. W. Rostow, 502;
Rusk, 788
China, Republic of:

Communist China, position on: U. A. Johnson, 423;

Popper, 693
Economic progress: Bundy, 325, 791; Johnson, 846,

849
Treaties, agreements, etc., 85, 224, 260, 353
U.N. membership: 849; Goldberg, 100; Johnson,

848; Popper, 689, 693
U.S. commitments : 849 ; Johnson, 848 ; Popper, 683 ;

Rusk, 322
U.S. visit of Vice-President Yen, 846
Viet-Nam, aid to (Johnson) , 847, 849
Visit of Ambassador Goldberg (Goldberg), 511
Christian, George E., 721
Christian Science Monitor, 798
Chung, II Kwon, 548, 549, 551
Church, Frank, 42
Churchill, Winston: quoted, 486, 489, 490_ 838, 961,

963; Harriman, 815
Civic action programs: 699, 766; Westmoreland, 740
Civil rights (see also Human rights and Racial dis-
crimination) :



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Civil rights — Continued

International covenant (U.N.), on civil and polit-
ical rights: Goldberg 99; Harris, 104; text,
111
Political rights of women, convention (1963) :
Afghanistan, 86
U.S. ratification urged (Goldberg), 524
U.S. (Goldberg), 289, 524
Viet-Nam constitution (Johnson), 590
Claims :
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, FY 1968
budget appropriations request (Johnson), 232
Launching of objects into outer space, liability for

damages: 84; Goldberg, 81, 611; Rusk, 601
Passenger-ship accidents, U.S. legislation re cover-
age of (Miller), 175
Clark, J. Reuben, Jr. (Rusk) , 270
Clark, William Donaldson, 274
Claxton, Philander P., 566
Clayton, Will (Solomon), 555
Cleveland, Harlan, 53
Cocoa, international cocoa agreement, need for

(Blumenthal), 434
Coe, Richard, 854
Coffee:

International Coffee Agreement (1962) : 717; John-
son, 709
Current actions: Honduras, 581; Jamaica, 929;

Kenya, 85
2nd annual report: Johnson, 250; text of report,
251
International coffee diversification: 717; Johnson,
707
Cole, 0. E., 377
Collective security :

Collective self-defense, right of: 571; Meeker, 59
Defensive alliances, importance: Brzezinski, 415;
Bundy, 791; E. V. Rostow, 399; Rusk, 271;
Sisco, 65; Truman (quoted), 550
Thai support (Rusk), 597
U.N. role (Sisco), 459

U.S. commitments, importance of dependability:
Meeker, 62; Rusk, 725, 726, 771, 784, 787, 875,
878
Colombia :

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 172
Economic level of development (Rusk) , 722
Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 260, 438, 701
U.S. aid (Johnson) , 382
Colombo Plan ( W. W. Rostow) , 496
Colonialism (see also name of colony) : Goldberg,
289; Sisco, 67
U.N. resolution and U.S. support (Nabrit) , 32
Comecon, 697

Commodity Credit Corporation : 701 ; Johnson, 300
Communications :

NATO communications, improvement, 51
News media, importance (Martin) , 854



Communications — Continued
Satellites (Humphrey), 164

Global commercial communications satellite, in-
terim arrangements and special agreement:
Korea, 438; Peru, 967
NATO feasibility study, 51
Communism :
Asia. See Asia.
Cold war: Goldberg, 895; Harriman, 817; Johnson,

159; Katzenbach, 754; W. W. Rostow, 500
Ideological differences with free world : Harriman,

820; Sisco, 463
Iron Curtain ( Humphrey) , 486
Measures against: Kohler, 8, 410; E. V. Rostow,
399; W.W. Rostow, 493
U.S. : 103 ; Johnson, 161, 384, 654 ; Kohler, 7, 409 ;
Martin, 193; Rusk, 127, 134, 278, 877; Yen, 847
Nationalism, increases in: Brzezinski, 417; Harri-
man, 817; Humphrey, 486; Katzenbach, 2;
Kohler, 8, 408; W. W. Rostow, 495; Solomon,
519
Peaceful coexistence. See East-West relations
Propaganda : Goldberg, 924 ; Harriman, 820 ; Rusk,

725,775;SEATO,746
Rejection of and countermeasures (see also under
Viet-Nam) : 564; Bundy, 323, 792; Holt, 962;
Johnson, 384, 541; Martin, 195; Palmer, 455;
Popper, 691 ; W. W. Rostow, 493 ; Rusk, 785,
827, 832; Westmoreland, 740
CIA aid to private organizations, 666
Southern Rhodesia, danger of (Palmer) , 455
Wars of national liberation: Bundy, 790; Martin,
194; W. W. Rostow, 494, 503; Rusk, 272, 787;
SEATO, 746; Taylor (quoted), 514; West-
moreland, 738
World goals: Harriman, 820; Kohler, 7; E. V. Roa-
tow, 398 ; Rusk, 771, 785, 875
Conferences, international, calendar of meetings, 34,

578
Congo, Democratic Republic of (Kinshasa) :
Political development (Palmer), 649
Treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 642, 733
U.N. role (Sisco), 66

U.S. Ambassador (McBride), confirmation, 968
Visit of Under Secretary Katzenbach, 756
Congo, Republic of (Brazzaville), treaties, agree-
ments, etc., 393, 481
Congress, U.S.:

Alliance for Progress summit meeting, interests:

Johnson, 545, 707; Rusk, 723, 829
Documents relating to foreign policy, lists, 18, 223,

350, 757, 801, 966
Fiat-Soviet Auto Plant and Communist Economic

Reforms, report (Solomon), 522
Findley and Belcher amendments (Harriman), 818
India, fact-finding committee, results of trip (John-
son), 299
Legislation:

Cotton production, effect of 1965 legislation
(Solomon), 558



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1957



981



Congress, U.S. — Continued
Legislation — Continued

Passenger ship safety: Johnson, 429; Miller, 175
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, financial
support ceiling raised (Johnson) , 599, 865
Legislation, proposed:

African Development Bank, U.S. participation in

special fund (Johnson) , 379, 380
Agency for International Development: John-
son, 879; Palmer, 651
Alliance for Progress, authorization and appro-
priation request (Johnson), 543
Asian development, authorization (Johnson), 162
Asian Development Bank, U.S. pledge (John-
son), 379, 380
East- West Trade Relations Act of 1966: 697;
Harriman, 819; Humphrey, 488; Johnson, 160,
334, 659, 696; Katzenbach, 3; Phillips, 677;
Rusk, 875; Solomon, 518; Trowbridge, 881
Export-Import Bank, continuation and expan-
sion, request: Harriman, 819; Johnson, 335
Foreign Assistance Act of 1967 (Johnson), 379,

381, 659
Foreign Assistance Act of 1968 (Rusk), 827
Guam, political development (Johnson), 587
India, food aid appropriations and authorization

request (Johnson), 300, 658
Interest Equalization Tax rate adjustment

(Johnson), 335
National Advisory Committee on Self-Help
(Johnson), 379, 380
Joint resolutions, India, emergency food aid, 700
Outer space treaty, support for (Goldberg), 605
Senate advice and consent:

Consular convention v;ith Soviet Union: 614;
Humphrey, 489; Johnson, 160, 287, 545, 659;
Kohler, 411 ; Rusk, 247
Human rights conventions, U.S. accession recom-
mended (Goldberg), 524
Narcotic drugs, single convention (1961) on,
U.S. accession recommended: Johnson, 671;
Katzenbach, 672
Outer space treaty: Goldberg, 602; Johnson,

386,659; Rusk, 600
SOLAS 1960 Convention, amendments: Johnson,
429; Miller, 178
Senate confirmations, 261, 448, 476n, 482, 523, 674,

765, 968
Viet-Nam, position on: Johnson, 160; Westmore-
land, 738
Conseil de I'Entente (Palmer) , 650
Conservation:

Atlantic tunas, international convention (1966)

for the conservation of: U.S., 481, 833, 929
Nature protection and wildlife preservation in the
Western Hemisphere, Convention (1940) :
Costa Rica, 353
U.S.-Soviet fishery discussions, 216, 332
Water resources: Johnson, 903; Solomon, 562
Amistad Dam (Johnson), 12



Conservation — Continued
Water resources — Continued
CENTO programs, 671
Latin Amei-ica, 712, 716
Consular relations:

Soviet-U.S. consular convention: 614, 642; Hum-
phrey, 489; Johnson, 160, 287, 545, 659; Kat-
zenbach, 755; Kohler, 411; Rusk, 247
Vienna convention (1963) on: Argentina, 701;
Brazil, Ireland, 967; Madagascar, 530
Optional protocols: Madagascar, 613
Contiguous zone, 178, 424, 919
Cook, Jesse L., 127
Cook, Mercer, 651
Cooper, Charles, 844

Copyright convention (1952), universal, and proto-
cols : Netherlands, 833
Protocol 1, Italy, 481
Corry, Andrew V., 968
Cortada, James N., 218
Costa e Silva, Artur, 243
Costa Mendez, Nicanor: 474; Bunker, 473
Costa Rica:

Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 353, 642, 702, 930
U.S. Ambassador (Boonstra), confirmation, 261
Cotton :
Analysis of Factors Affecting U.S. Cotton Ex-
ports, 559
Textiles :

Bilateral agreements with: Hong Kong, 929;
India, 36, 182, 702; Israel, 389, 642; Italy,
642; Mexico, 964; Poland, 612, 642; Portugal,
154,674,699
International Cotton Institute, articles of agree-
ment: India, 353; Mexico, 224
Long-term arrangement, extension of: 929;
Blumenthal, 431 ; Roth, 478, 880
World trade, problems and U.S. policies (Solomon) ,
557
Coudert, Frederic R., (quoted), 140
Council of Economic Advisers, Report of (excerpts)

336
Council of Economic Mutual Assistance (Brzezinski),

416
Council of Europe: Brzezinski, 419; Johnson, 652
Crisis control: Johnson, 569; Katzenbach, 754;

NATO, 51
Crowther, Harold E., 919
Cuba:

Castroism: 565; Rusk, 828
Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 930
U.S. travel restrictions, 102, 564
Cuban missile crisis: Kohler, 8, 410; W. W. Rostow,

493; Rusk, 168, 272, 278, 621, 778
Cudlipp, Hugh, 274
Cultural relations and programs:

Appropriations request FY 1968 (Johnson), 236
Bilateral agreements with: Australia, 898; Moroc-
co, 351, 393; Netherlands, 582; Romania, 479,
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Cultural relations and programs — Continued
Bilateral agreements with — Continued

Germany, re transfer of paintings for Weimar

Museum, 86
Bulgaria, U.S. trade fair (Katzenbach), 5
CIA assistance, policy review, 667
Eastern Europe: Harriman, 817; Humphrey, 488;

Solomon, 519
International convenant (U.N.) on economic, social,

and cultural rights: Harris, 104; text, 107
North Africa, cultural factors (Palmer), 807
Philippines (Braderman), 660
Soviet Union-U.S.: Katzenbach, 755; Solomon, 519
U.S. travel restrictions, exception of in particular

fields, 103
Customs:

Carnets, ATA, ECS and TIR, conventions (1961)

re: U.S., 481, 833
Containers, convention (1961) on: U.S., 481, 833
Customs administration agreement with Philip-
pines, 261
Mexican products, 70
Professional equipment, convention (1961) on

temporary importation of: U.S., 481, 833
Publication of customs tariffs, convention (1890)

re international union for, and protocol:

Algeria, 85
Road traffic, convention (1954) re facilities for

touring: Singapore, 122
Road vehicles, private, customs convention (1954)

on the temporary importation of: Australia,

673
Viet-Nam, U.S. advisory activities: 206; Guad, 200
Cyprus :

Treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 353, 930
Turkey, position of : 657; Sunay, 656
UNFICYP, extension of (Goldberg), 179

Soviet position (Sisco),461
U.N. peacekeeping role: Goldberg, 638; NATO, 50
Czechoslovakia :

Economic development (Katzenbach), 5
Nuclear facilities under IAEA safeguards, recip-
rocal offer, 572
Treaties, agreements, etc., 85, 154, 224, 260, 305, 898
U.S. citizens, detention of (Kohler), 10
U.S. trade mission (Trowbridge), 882

DAC. See Development Assistance Committee, OECD

Daddario, Emilio Q., 240

Dahomey :

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 850

Treaties, agreements, etc., 85, 154, 701, 801, 833

Davies, Merton E., 71, 634

Davis, W. True, Jr., 721

Dawson, Thomas (Rusk), 248

Dayan, Moshe (Wheeler), 189

Dean, Sir Patrick, 268

de Chardin, Pierre Teilhard (Humphrey), 168

De Madariaga, Salvador (quoted), 892



Defense :

British Indian Ocean Territory, agreement re avail-
ability of for defense purposes, 225
Inventions relating to and for which patent appli-
cations have been made, agreement for mutual
safeguarding (1960) : Luxembourg, 305
National defense and security:
CIA policy review, 667

Espionage, question of effect of U.S.-Soviet con-
sular convention: Johnson, 288; Kohler, 411;
Rusk, 249
National Security Council, Special Committee of,
establishment and membership (Johnson) , 951
Soviet missile capabilities: 575; Johnson, 160,

569
U.S. nuclear strength: McNamara, 442; Rusk,

272
Watch movements trade and production, national
security aspects, 217
Self-defense, right of: Meeker, 60; Nabrit, 31;

Rusk, 271
U.S. budget : Johnson, 380, 445 ; Rusk, 771
Defense, Department of : Johnson, 384; Rusk, 827
Demarcation, international lines of, significance

(Meeker), 60
Democracy and democratic processes: Johnson, 295,
590 ; Katzenbach, 5 ; King Hassan II, 331 ; Rusk,
772; Trowbridge, 885
Bureaucracy (E. V. Rostow),398
Greece (Rusk), 750
Latin America: 713; Johnson, 710

U.N. covenant provisions, 115
South West Africa, 893
Den Toom, Willem, 687
Denmark :

Import liberalizations, 245

Treaties, agreements, etc., 85, 122, 224, 260, 481,
613, 766
Desalination:

1st International Symposium on Water Desalina-
tion, results (Solomon), 561
Los An,:?eles desalination plant approved: Johnson,

903 ; Pollack, 910
Saudi Arabia desalination plant site at Jidda,

dedication (Solomon), 561
Soviet Union, agreement re cooperation in field
desalination, including use of atomic energy,
37
Water for Peace :

International Conference: 762, 765; Johnson,

903; Solomon, 562
U.S. program, recommendations, 761
Desert Locust Control Authority (Katzenbach), 958
Development and Resources Corporation (Lilienthal),

468
Development Assistance Committee, OECD: 764;

Humphrey, 685 ; E. V. Rostow, 25
Diaz Ordaz, Gustavo, 12
Diehold, John (Humphrey) , 167
Diem, Ngo Dinh (Lodge) , 799



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



983



Diplomatic relations and recognition :

Consular convention with Soviet Union : 614, 642 ;
Humphrey, 489; Johnson, 160, 287, 545, 659;
Katzenbach, 755; Kohler, 411; Rusk, 247
Diplomatic immunity: Johnson, 288; Kohler, 412;

Rusk, 249
Diplomatic relations with U.S. terminated : Algeria,
Iraq, Mauritania, Sudan, Syria, U.A.R., and
Yemen, 952n
International law, relevance (Goldberg) , 140
Recognition :

Not inferred from signature, ratification or ac-
cession to multilateral agreements (Goldberg) ,
82
Southern Rhodesia, nonrecognition of Smith
regime: 369, 375; Goldberg, 73, 143; Palmer,
458
Rights of legation (Rusk) , 772
Vienna convention (1961) : Dahomey, 833; Ireland,
929; Mongolia, 674; Sweden, 732
Optional protocol re compulsory settlement of dis-
putes: Dahomey, 833; Madagascar, 613;
Sweden, 732
Diplomatic representatives abroad. See Foreign

Service

Diplomatic representatives in the U.S., presentation

of credentials: Afghanistan, 626; Botswana,

Bulgaria, 16; Burundi, 850; Colombia, 172;

Dahomey, 850; Haiti, Indonesia, 172; Iran, 909;

Ivory Coast, Lesotho, 16; Malta, 327; Morocco,

850; Sierra Leone, 377; Singapore, 688; Turkey,

172; Viet-Nam, 216; Yemen, 327; Zambia, 688

Disarmament (see also Armaments, Arms Control

and Disarmament Agency, and Nuclear

weapons) :

Need for: 436, 657; Johnson, 569; Katzenbach, 755;

NATO, 50; Rusk, 786; U Thant, 268
Soviet "umbrella" proposal, 576
U.N. role: Goldberg, 839; Johnson, 567
Disaster relief. Trust Territory of the Pacific (John-
son), 599
Disputes, compulsory settlement of, optional protocol
to Vienna convention on consular relations
(1963): Dahomey, 833; Madagascar, 613;
Sweden, 732
Disputes, pacific settlement of: Goldberg, 316, 872,
923; Haile Selassie (quoted), 425; Humphrey,
489 ; W. W. Rostow, 491 ; Rusk, 875
International covenant (U.N.) on civil and polit-
ical rights, optional protocol : Harris, 105 ; text,
120
Dobrynin, Anatoliy, 269
Dole, Robert (Johnson) , 299

Dominican Republic : Johnson, 243, 567 ; Rusk, 829
Treaties, agreements, etc., 86, 224, 260, 393
U.S. economic aid (Johnson), 382
Donges-Metz pipeline, agreement with France re
operation, maintenance, and security, 733



Double taxation, income, conventions and agreements
for avoidance of: Brazil, 581, 614; Honduras,
termination, 181 ; Trinidad and Tobago, 84, 122
Downs, Hugh, 168, 172
Drugs :

Adverse drug reaction reporting system, WHO, an-
nouncement, 918
Narcotics:

International Narcotics Control Board, U.S. rep-
resentation (Katzenbach), 673
Single convention (1961) on:

Current actions: Mexico, U.S., 834; Turkey,

U.S., 897
U.S. accession urged: Johnson, 671; Katzen-
bach, 272
Dukes, Ernest F., 71, 634
Dulles, John Foster (Rusk), 271

East-West relations: 657, 697 ; Brzezinski, 414 ; John-
son (quoted), 408, 680; Niven, 774; W. W. Ros-
tow, 495; Rusk, 4 (quoted), 359, 463 (quoted),
772
Currency convertibility recommended, 699
Germany :

Possibility of improved relations with Eastern
Europe: Humphrey, 680; Katzenbach, 755;
Rusk, 360, 363
Reunification, importance to: 52; Brzezinski,
418; Humphrey, 489; Katzenbach, 753; W. W.
Rostow, 500 ; Rusk, 362
NATO role. See under NATO
OECD role : Humphrey, 684 ; E. V. Rostow, 24
Policy Planning Council advisory panel, 16
Soviet convictions of U.S. citizens, question of effect

(Rusk), 44
Soviet Union, role of ( Humphrey) , 487
Technological gap (Humphrey), 167
Trade. See under Trade

U.N. role: Goldberg, 98; Harriman, 820; E. V. Ros-
tow, 25 ; Sisco, 458
U.S. efforts to improve: 339; Harriman, 815; Hum-
phrey, 682; Johnson, 159; Kohler, 406; Rusk,
47, 169, 360, 786, 875
U.S. national interest considerations: Harriman,

821; Johnson, 696; Kohler, 6; Solomon, 518
Viet-Nam, effect of: Harriman, 821; Kohler, 413;
Rusk, 781, 875; Trowbridge, 883
East- West Trade Relations Act of 1966:

Importance: 339, 697; Humphrey, 488; Harriman,
819; Johnson, 160, 334, 659, 696; Katzenbach,
3, 755; Kohler, 10; Phillips, 697; Rusk, 772,
875 ; Solomon, 518 ; Trowbridge, 881
Viet-Nam effect on passage: Rusk, 171; Solomon,
523
ECA. See Economic Commission for Africa
ECAFE. (Economic Commission for Asia and the

Far East), Martin, 853
Echavarria Alozaga, Hernan, 172
Economic and Social Council, U.N.:
Documents, lists of, 305, 437



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Economic and Social Council, U.N. — Continued

Narcotic drugs control (Katzenbach) , 673

U.S. representative (Goldschmidt), confirmation,
261
Economic and social development (see also name of
country) :

Afghanistan : 632 ; Maiwandwal, 628, 630

Africa: Goldberg, 289; Katzenbach, 954; Palmer,
646, 650 ; W. W. Rostow, 496
North Africa (Palmer) , 810, 813

Agriculture, health, and education, key sectors:
748, 760; Johnson, 231, 232, 379, 381, 543, 659,
707; E. V. Rostow, 401, 860; Rusk, 828

Agriculture, importance to. See Agriculture: Mod-
ernization

Asia. See Asia

Conditions necessary for (E. V. Rostow) , 857

Council of Economic Advisers, Report of (ex-
cerpts), 336

Eastern Europe, problems: Harriman, 817; Solo-
mon, 519

Education, importance. See Education

Ethiopia (Johnson), 427

Food aid, importance (sec also Food and popula-
tion crisis) , Johnson, 300

Free world progress: E. V. Rostow, 399; W. W.
Rostow, 495

India Pakistan Aid Consortia: Johnson, 296, 299,
383 ; E. V. Rostow, 861 ; W. W. Rostow, 496

Industrialized countries, role of: 336; Harriman,
820; Humphrey, 489, 685; Johnson, 160, 296,
300, 334, 380; NATO, 50; E. V. Rostow, 400,
861; Rusk, 241, 826

International Covenant (U.N.), on Economic, So-
cial and Cultural Rights: Goldberg, 99; Harris,
104; text, 107

Latin America. See Alliance for Progress

Mexico-U.S. border area, agreement on, 86

Near and Middle East, U.S. support (Goldberg),
935

OECD countries: Humphrey, 683; W. W. Rostow,
497

Political stability, relation to: Gaud, 669; Hum-
phrey, 489; Johnson, 378, 381, 384; Palmer,
649, 809; E. V. Rostow, 857; Rusk, 826

SEATO programs : 745, 747 ; Rusk, 744

Systems management (McGhee),150

Technological progress: 346; Humphrey, 165, 684

U.N. role (Johnson), 567

U.S. aid (see also Foreign aid programs, U.S.) :
346; Johnson, 230; E. V. Rostow, 400, 857;
Rusk, 273
Self-help principle: 712; Gaud, 669; Johnson,
159, 231, 232, 296, 298, 334, 378, 379, 710;
Palmer, 650, 814; E. V. Rostow, 26, 401, 860;
W. W. Rostow, 497 ; Rusk, 724, 827

U.S. economic strength: E. V. Rostow, 863; Rusk,
770, 833

U.S.-Soviet common interests (Katzenbach), 754

Water resources development, 759



Economic and social development — Continued

World half-rich, half -poor: Humphrey, 684; John-
son, 14, 295, 378; E. V. Rostow, 401, 857; Rusk,
241, 771
World order, importance to (W. W. Rostow), 491
Economic assistance, postwar, agreement with Ger-
many re repayment of remaining German debt,
260
Economic Commission for Africa: Katzenbach, 958;

Palmer, 650 ; W. W. Rostow, 499
Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East

(Martin), 853
Economic Commission for Europe: Brzezinski, 419;
Harriman, 820 ; Humphrey, 488 ; E. V. Rostow, 25
Economic policy and relations, U.S. :
Domestic policy:

Agriculture program changes (E. V. Rostow),

402, 859
Budget message, FY 1968 (Johnson), 230
Cotton production (Solomon), 557
Efficient administration (Johnson), 379, 381
Monetary restraint, programs (E. V. Rostow),
20
Foreign policy:

Council of Economic Advisers, report (excerpts),

336
Eastern Europe, trade policies. See East-West

Trade Relations Act of 1966
Economic Report of the President, excerpts
(Johnson), 333
Economist, The, 192, 495, 697
Ecuador:

Alliance for Progress summit conference declara-
tion, position on, 706n
Economic level of development (Rusk) , 722
Treaties, agreements, etc., 182, 224, 260
Education :

Africa (Katzenbach), 955

Asia, regional coordination (Martin), 196, 854
"Brain drain": McGhee, 152; Pollack, 912
Center for Educational Cooperation: Humphrey,

164; Johnson, 15
Foreign affairs, relation to (Humphrey), 167
Government, role of (Humphrey) , 165
Illiteracy rates (E. V. Rostow) , 402
Importance: 337; Gaud, 670; Humphrey, 164;
Johnson, 15; Mann (quoted), 955; E. V.
Rostow, 23, 402
International conference, 1967: Humphrey, 164;

Johnson, 15
Latin America; U.S. aid: 713, 718, 887; Johnson,

382, 541, 543, 663, 709
North Africa (Palmer) , 808
Philippines, U.S. school-building project, 850
Private institutions, role (Humphrey) , 165
Science and public policy programs (Pollack), 915
SEATO programs, 747
Southern Rhodesia (Palmer), 452
TV and other new media: 719; Johnson, 15, 709;
E. V. Rostow, 405



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



985



Education — Continued

U.N. International Covenants on Human Rights,

provisions, 108, 109
U.S. financial support: Johnson, 381; Katzenbach,

958
Viet-Nam, 209
Voluntary organizations, CIA relationships: 665;

Johnson, 665
Water resources projects, training for: 762; John-
son, 903
Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization,
U.N., constitution, current actions: Guyana, 897
Educational exchange programs:

Appropriations request FY 1968 (Johnson), 236
Bilateral agreements with: Australia, 898; Israel,
702; Italy, 122; Netherlands, 582; Romania,
479; U.A.R., 582, 642
Poland, agreement re use of zlotys in, 766
Volunteers to America (Johnson), 244
EEC. See European Economic Community
EFTA. See European Free Trade Association
Eighteen-Nation Disarmament Committee (John-
son), 447
Establishment and status, 570n
1966 conference results, 570
U.S.-Soviet responsibilities (Rusk), 43
Eisenhower, Dwight D.: quoted, 412; Rusk, 270



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