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El Salvador, treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 260, 930
Emerson, Ralph Waldo (quoted), 654, 881
Esenbel, Melih, 172
Ethiopia :

Agricviltural education (Katzenbach), 957
AID programs (Rusk), 831
Outer space treaty, signature, 260
U.S. visit of King Haile Selassie, 425
Visit of Under Secretary Katzenbach, 756
EURATOM (European Atomic Energy Community),

Johnson, 448
Europe (see aUo North Atlantic Treaty Organiza-
tion and names of individual countries) :
Central, Nuclear-free zone, question of (Rusk),

361
Eastern :

Economic and political evolution: Brzezinski,

416; Harriman, 817; Humphrey, 486, 681;

Katzenbach, 2, 5; Kohler, 8, 408; W. W. Ros-

tow, 495; Solomon, 518

U.S. economic relations. See East-West relations

and Trade
Viet-Nam, position on: Harriman, 821; Kohler,
413; Rusk, 283
Labor, large-scale movements in, 337
North Africa, relations (Palmer), 807
Political development (E. V. Rostow), 399
Unification: 657; Brzezinski, 415; Kohler, 11;

Rusk, 364
Visit to President Johnson, question of (Rusk) , 727
Western :

Economic progress: 336; Humphrey, 486, 679;
McGhee, 148



Europe — Continued
Western^Continued

Technology gap with U.S.: Humphrey, 165, 488;

McGhee, 148
Trade with Eastern Europe: 697; Humphrey,

488; Harriman, 817; Solomon, 518
Unification: Brzezinski, 41G; Humphrey, 487; W.

W. Rostow, 498
U.S. Chiefs of Missions, meeting, Bonn, 599
U.S. commitments: Humphrey, 487, 680; Katzen-
bach, 753; Kohler, 8, 410; Rusk, 727, 782
U.S. interests and relations: Brzezinski, 416;
Harriman, 819; Humphrey, 486, 679, 682;
Johnson, 678; Kohler, 7; W. W. Rostow, 498;
Rusk, 358, 364
Viet-Nam situation, lack of effect on (Rusk) , 358,

726, 787, 875
Visit of Vice President Humphrey: Humphrey,
679, 680, 681, 683; Johnson, 678; Rusk, 727
World role (Rusk), 784
European Atomic Energy Community (Johnson), 448
European Common Market. See European Economic

Community
European Economic Community: 337, 697; Brzezinski,
416, 419; Humphrey, 166; Linowitz, 730; Mc-
Ghee, 148; NATO, 50
General agreement on tariffs and trade:

Accession of Korea to, protocol, acceptance, 968
Kennedy Round negotiations (Roth), 478, 880
U.K. membership, proposed: Holt, 961; Rusk, 783
European Free Trade Association: 337, 339, 697;
NATO, 50
Kennedy Round negotiations (Roth), 478, 880
European Space Research Organization:

Jupiter probe, proposed, NASA cooperation (Mc-
Ghee), 153
Satellite telemetry/telecommand station in Alaska,
agreement re establishment and operation of,
36
European Technological Community, proposed

(Humphrey), 166
Executive orders:

Asian Development Bank, immunities defined

(11334), 563
Trade and other transactions involving Southern
Rhodesia (11322), 146
EXPO 67 : 800 ; Johnson, 907, 909
Export-Import Bank:

Appropriation and authorization request FY 1968

(Johnson), 231, 232, 235

Eastern Europe, extension of commercial credit

guarantees to: 698; Harriman, 819; Johnson,

159; Solomon, 521; Trowbridge, 883

Italian Fiat company, loan to (Trowbridge), 883

Latin American earth stations, proposed loans for

(Johnson), 709
Lending authority, continuation and expansion
needed: 339; Harriman, 819; Johnson, 335
Exports :

Central America (Linowitz), 730



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Exports — Continued

Eastern Europe and Soviet Union: Solomon, 518,

521 ; Trowbridge, 882
Europe, Western (McGhee), 148
International Coffee Agreement, quota controls, 253
Latin America, need for development of: 717;

Johnson, 707, 709; W. W. Kostow, 498
Less developed countries, importance to: 338, 339;

Blumenthal, 430; E. V. Rostow, 404
Presidential "E" Awards for export excellence,

S86n
Southern Rhodesia, U.N. sanctions against: 77,
374; Palmer, 449
U.S. implementation. Executive order, 146
U.S.:

Cotton (Solomon), 558
Council of Economic Advisers, report, 342
Export Control List, further removals of non-
strategic items: 698; Johnson, 159; Trow-
bridge, 883
Increase needed (Johnson) , 335, 756, 886
Technical data: Katzenbach, 755; Trowbridge,
882
World grain export pattern, changes in (E. V.
Rostow) , 402, 859
Extradition, convention (1962) with Israel, under-
standing re certain errors in translation of the
Hebrew text, 766

Fairbank, John (Lodge), 798

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

Far East. See Asia and names of individual countries

Federal Bureau of Investigation (Rusk), 249

Federal Regulations, Code of, 564

Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, 367

Finland:

Import quota controls reduced, 246
Treaties, agreements, etc., 86, 154, 260, 613, 732,
929, 930
Fish and fisheries:

Fish protein concentrate : 761 ; Goldberg, 101 ; John-
son, 231, 301, 709 ; Rusk, 241
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Atlantic tunas, international convention (1966)

for the conservation of: U.S., 481, 833, 929
Certain fisheries off the coast of U.S., agreements

with Japan, 898
Great Lakes fisheries convention, amendment of,

Canadian note and U.S. reply, 482, 834
King crab fishing, agreement with Soviet Union,

393
North Atlantic fisheries, conduct of fishing opera-
tions in, convention adopted, 635
Northeast Pacific Ocean, agreement with Soviet

Union on certain fishery problems, 393
Northwest Atlantic fisheries, convention (1949),
international, and protocols: Romania, 613
Protocols (1965) re measures of control and
entry into force: France, 438; Norway, 530;
Romania, 613 ; Spain, 642



Fish and fisheries — Continued

U.S. fisheries zone extension, Japan-U.S. discus-
sions, 178, 424
U.S.-Mexican talks, 919
U.S.-Soviet discussions on fishery problems, 216,

331
Viet-Nam, UNDP/FAO fisheries project, U.S.
financial support, 964
Fisher, Adrian S., 573

Flood control, Amistad Dam: 13; Johnson, 12
Flott, Frederick W., 566

Food and Agriculture Organization, U.N. ( E. V. Ros-
tow), 859
Constitution, current actions: Botswana, Lesotho,

260
India, food assistance to : 701 ; Johnson, 297 ; Rusk,

48
U.N. Development Program fisheries project in

Viet-Nam, U.S. financial support, 964
U.S. support, 761

World Food Program: Johnson, 297; E. V. Rostow

861

Food and population crisis: Gaud, 669; Humphrey,

489; Johnson, 329, 381, 567, 658; E. V. Rostow,

26, 856; W. W. Rostow, 496; Rusk, 46, 169, 874;

Sisco, 64

FAO study: Johnson, 297; E. V. Rostow, 402, 859

Marine resources development, U.N. resolution

(Goldberg), 101
North Africa (Palmer) , 810, 814
Nuclear power uses as solution to, 572
OECD role (Humphrey), 685
U.S. principles for alleviating: Johnson, 160, 235,

295; E. V. Rostow, 401
Water for Peace Program: 761; Johnson, 902;
Rusk, 905
Food for Freedom, 761

1968 appropriations request (Johnson), 231, 232,
235,297
Food for Peace programs: Johnson, 658; E. V. Ros-
tow, 860
Viet-Nam, increase in: 203; Gaud, 201
Food resources (see also Agriculture) :

Latin America, AID programs (E. V. Rostow),

863
Marine resources: 761; Goldberg, 101; Johnson,

231, 301,709; Rusk, 241
State Department Policy Planning Council, advis-
ory panel, 16
Force, use of. See Aggression
Ford Foundation, 728
Foreign aid programs, U.S.:

Balance of payments, effect on : 345 ; Johnson, 233,

379, 381, 659; E. V. Rostow, 21
Communist aggression, relation to (Johnson), 384
Food production, priority of: Johnson, 231, 296,

297, 700; E. V. Rostow, 858; Solomon, 559
Foreign Assistance Act of 1967 (Johnson), 379,
381, 659



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



987



Foreign aid programs, U.S. — Continued

Foreign Assistance Program for 1968 (Rusk), 826
Matched-funds principle: 701; Johnson, 544, 700;

E. V. Rostow, 861
Multilateral aid, combined with: 701; Johnson, 162,

231, 232, 234, 295, 296, 297, 298, 378, 380, 384,

659, 707; Katzenbach, 958; E. V. Rostow, 401,

403; W. W. Rostow, 496; Rusk, 828, 831
U.N. programs (Sisco), 459
Regional economic development, encouragement

for: Johnson, 231, 379, 380, 544, 659; Katzen-
bach, 958; Palmer, 650; Rusk, 828
Sales agreements, stress on payment in dollars or

local currency (Johnson) , 235
Self-help principles: 701, 760; Gaud, 669; Johnson,

159, 231, 232, 235, 296, 297, 298, 334, 378, 379,

381, 382, 542, 543, 659; Palmer, 650, 814; E. V.

Rostow, 401, 860; W. W. Rostow, 497; Rusk,

724, 827, 831
"Surplus" concept, aid not restricted by (Johnson) ,

235
U.S. national interest considerations: Johnson,

378, 545; Palmer, 808; E. V. Rostow, 857;

Rusk, 827, 832
Water projects, support for, 758, 760
Foreign aid programs of other countries :

China, Republic of: Bundy, 325, 791; Johnson, 846,

848, 849
Increases in: Johnson, 334; E. V. Rostow, 403;

Rusk, 785, 829, 830
Multilateral aid to India (Johnson), 295, 299
Netherlands, 964
OECD countries, 28
Soviet military and economic aid to North Africa

(Palmer), 808, 811
U.K. economic aid to CENTO, 670
Foreign currency:

U.S.-owned local currencies for water development,

recommendations, 761
Zlotys, agreements with Poland re use of, 766
Foreign investment in U.S. (Johnson) , 335
Foreign policy, U.S.:
Briefing conferences:
Educators, 322
Regional: Philadelphia, 565
CIA role, policy review, 666
Congressional documents relating to, lists, 18, 223,

350, 757, 801, 966
Informed public, need for (Kohler) , 406
National interests: Johnson, 546; Palmer, 810;

Pollack, 912; E. V. Rostow, 398; Rusk, 250;

Sisco, 459
Nonpartisan nature (Rusk), 770
Peace, central goal of: Johnson, 551; Rusk, 271
Principles, objectives, and problems : Goldberg, 625 ;

Johnson, 158, 231, 232; Palmer, 452; E. V.

Rostow, 856; W. W. Rostow, 491; Rusk, 134,

770, 879



Foreign policy, U.S. — Continued
Responsibilities:

Congress (Rusk), 774, 775

President: Johnson, 298; Rusk, 249, 370, 725, 772,
775
Science and technology as instruments of : Pollack,

911; Rusk, 239
Trade as an instrument of: Johnson, 886; Katzen-
bach, 3 ; Solomon, 555
U.N., role in extending U.S. policy (Sisco), 458
U.S. travel restrictions, 103
Foreign Service (see also State Department) :
Ambassadors, confirmation, 261, 674, 765, 968
Inservice training: Cortada, Hope, 218
Personnel changes, policies (Lodge) , 799
Science training, need for: Pollack, 915; Rusk, 238
Scientific attaches (Pollack), 914
Foreign Service Institute (Rusk), 238
Foreign students in the U.S., Afghanistan (Maiwan-

dwal), 628
Forrestal, James V. (Johnson), 960
Forsyth, John (Rusk), 269
Foster, William C, 571
Fowler, Henry H., meeting, 53
France:

Foreign aid programs (Rusk) , 785, 830

German-French relations (Rusk), 363

Import quota controls reduced, 246

NATO, position on: 51 ; Rusk, 46

Nuclear atmospheric testing, 750

Nuclear power plant production (Seaborg), 93

Nuclear proliferation, position on, 571

Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 353, 438, 733, 930,

968
U.N. peacekeeping assessments, position on (Gold-
berg), 101
Frankel, Charles, 322
Frankel, Max, 776
Fredericks, Wayne, 756
Freedom:

South West Africa. See South West Africa

U.N. resolution on self-determination and nonuse

of force: Nabrit, 31 ; text, 32
U.S. support: Johnson, 546, 960; Nabrit, 30; Rusk,
270
Freedom of association, U.N. covenant provisions, 115
Freedom of religion :

U.N. covenant provisions, 115
Viet-Nam constitution (Johnson) , 590
Freedom of speech and press : Goldberg, 840 ; Katzen-
bach, 2 ; Rusk, 130
Southern Rhodesia, censorship in: 370; Palmer,

454
U.N. covenant provisions, 115

Application to U.S. (Harris), 106
U.S. : Rusk, 725, 777 ; Trowbridge, 885
Viet-Nam constitution (Johnson) , 590
Freeman, Orville L.: 907; Johnson, 629; Rusk, 46,

874; Solomon, 558
Frei, Eduardo, 71



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:; Fulbright-Hays Act, 244
'■ Fulton, James (Goldberg), 605
Futaih, Abdul Aziz, 327

' Gabon, treaties, agreements, etc., 801, 834

Gambia, Peace Corps program, agreement for estab-
lishment, 122
Garcia Reynoso, Placido, 70
Garcia Robles, 436
Gardner, John W.: 918; Humphrey, 164; Johnson,

15,665
Gaud, William S., 200, 482, 586, 668, 670 721
General Assembly, U.N. :

Constitutional crisis, 1965: Goldberg, 636, 896;

Johnson, 566
Documents, lists of, 36, 181, 305, 437
International covenants on human rights :

Civil and political rights, and optional protocol,

text. 111
Economic, social, and cultural rights, text, 107
U.S. position: Goldberg, 99; Harris, 104
Korea, Republic of, sole representative of Korean

government, 565
Nuclear proliferation treaty, support for, 571
Peacekeeping operations :
Soviet position (Sisco),461
U.S. position : Goldberg, 101, 640 ; Sisco, 461
Resolutions :

Outer space treaty, endorsement and commenda-
tion, 83
Prohibition of threat or use of force, and right
of peoples to self-determination, text, 32
Secretary-General U Thant, continuation in office,

14
South West Africa :
Administration of, U.S. position: Goldberg, 99,
292, 888, 892; Palmer, 648; Rogers, 302; Sisco,
68
Administration pending independence, 893
Southern Rhodesia, resolutions on and U.S. support.

See Southern Rhodesia
21st session, evaluation: Goldberg, 98; Rusk, 42
U.S. delegation to 5th special session, 732
Geneva accords :

Background : Meeker, 55 ; W. W. Rostow, 493
Communist violations: Johnson, 160, 514; Nabrit,

30 ; Rusk, 281, 282, 743 ; SE ATO, 746
Soviet Union, responsibilities as cochairman: 953;
Rusk, 466, 878
Geneva Disarmament Conference. See Eighteen-Na-

tion Disarmament Committee
Geneva protocol on chemical and biological warfare,

577
Genocide, convention for prevention and punishment
of (1948) :
Current actions : Mongolia, 641
U.N. support, 113
Geodetic research, 86



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



Germany:

Demarcation lines between East and West Ger-
many, significance (Meeker), 60
Reunification: 657; Brzezinski, 418; Harriman,
820; Humphrey, 489, 680; Katzenbach, 753;
Kohler, 11; NATO, 49; E. V. Rostow, 24; W.
W. Rostow, 500; Rusk, 362, 771
Four-power conference, question of (Rusk), 360
Germany, Federal Republic of:

Balance-of-payments position, 347, 788

Chancellor Adenauer, death of: Johnson, 751, 752;

Kiesinger, 751 ; Rusk, 752
East Germany, contacts with: 52; Katzenbach,
755; Rusk, 360
Trade: Katzenbach, 4; Solomon, 521; Trow-
bridge, 882
Economic progress (McGhee), 148
France, relations (Rusk), 363
NATO nuclear weapons. See under NATO
Nuclear facilities under EURATOM safeguards,

572
Nuclear power plant programs (Seaborg), 93
Nuclear proliferation treaty, position on (Rusk),

321
Political developments (Rusk), 365
Soviet Union, relations (Rusk), 363
Treaties, agreements, etc., 86, 224, 260, 306, 701,

733, 930, 968
Trilateral talks (U.S.-U.K.-Germany) concluded,

788
TV interview of Secretary Rusk, transcript, 358
U.S. Mission Chiefs in Europe, meeting, 599
U.S. relations: Johnson, 751; Kiesinger, 751; Rusk,

359, 363
U.S. subsidiaries, survey (McGhee) , 151
U.S. visit of Chancellor Kiesinger, proposed (John-
son), 751
U.S. visit of Minister Willy Brandt (Rusk), 320
Visit of President Johnson: 751; Kiesinger, 751
Visit of Vice President Humphrey, 680
Gestido, Oscar D., 724
Ghana:

AID programs (Rusk), 831

Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 260, 582, 613, 702
Visit of Under Secretary Katzenbach : 756 ; Katzen-
bach, 955
Gharrett, John T., 636
Gibbs, Sir Humphrey, 370
Gilmour, Craddock Matthew (Rusk), 248
Gingland, Richard P., 71
Goldberg, Arthur J :

Addresses, correspondence, remarks and state-
ments :
Aden, 100

Africa, developments and problems, 289
Arab-Israeli dispute, 871

U.N. role, 100, 920, 925, 927, 934, 936, 941, 943,
944, 946
Asia:

Regional development, 506
Visit to, 505, 509



989



Goldberg, Arthur J. — Continued

Addresses, correspondence, etc. — Continued
Astronauts, tribute to, 80
Barbados, independence and U.N. membership,

28
Communist China, U.N. membership, question of,

100
Cyprus, U.N. force extended, 179
Food and population crisis, U.N. role, 101
General Assembly, 21st session, evaluation, 98
Human rights, 289

U.N. conventions, U.S. ratification urged, 524
U.N. covenants, importance and U.S. support,
99
International law, U.N. contributions, 102, 140
Korea, U.N. support for unification, 101
Marine resources, study and development, 101
Nuclear proliferation treaty, need for, and U.S.

support, 99
Outer space law, development, 141
Outer space treaty :

Development, provisions, and importance, 78,

83,98,602,839
Signature ceremony, remarks, 267
Portuguese territories in southern Africa, 290
Self-determination, principles and U.S. support,

290
South Africa, racial discrimination, U.N. coun-

termeasures, 293
South West Africa, U.N. administration, 99, 292,

888, 892
Southern Rhodesia:

U.N. mandatory sanctions and U.S. support,

73, 99, 142
U.S. interests, 290
UNFICYP, U.S. pledge, 180
U.N. peacekeeping operations, 101, 143, 636, 838,

894
U.N. Secretary-General U Thant, continuation in

office, 15, 98
Viet-Nam :

Peace talks, prospects for and U.S. position,
137, 506, 512, 619 (quoted), 840
U Thant aid requested, 63, 98
Situation reports, 506, 510, 839
U.N. inability to act, 98, 839
U.S. objectives, 310, 505, 510, 839, 841
Asia, visit to, 505, 509, 517

Outer space treaty, work on: Rusk, 600; Sisco,

461
U.S. delegate to 5th special session of U.N. Gen-
eral Assembly, 732
Work of: Johnson, 566; Rusk, 42
Goldschmidt, Arthur E., 261
Gordon, Lincoln, 476, 721
Great Society (Johnson), 158, 231, 243
Greece :

Communist subversion, U.S. role against: John-
son, 546, 547; Kohler, 7, 409; Rusk, 877



Greece — Continued

Economic progress: E. V. Rostow, 862; W. W. Ros-
tow, 496

Militai-y takeover, U.S. position (Rusk), 750

NATO position and aid, 50

OECD aid, 28

Treaties, agreements, etc., 225, 260, 613, 733, 930

U.S. military assistance (Johnson), 384
Greenwald, Joseph A., 70
Grissom, Virgil (Johnson), 388
Guam (Johnson), 587
Guam Conference. See Viet-Nam
Guatemala, treaties, agreements, etc., 122, 224, 930
Guerassimov, Luben Nikolov, 16
Guerrero, Manuel F. L.: 596; (Johnson), 587, 594
Guinea:

U.S. visit of Foreign Minister Beavogui, 554

Visit of Under Secretary Katzenbach, 756
Guyana, treaties, agreements, etc., 305, 306, 393, 613,
701,897

Haile Selassie 1, 425
Haiti:

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 172
Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 260
U.S. Ambassador (Ross) , confirmation, 765
Hammarskjold, Dag (Sisco) , 460
Hand, Learned (quoted) , 545
Harbison, Frederick H., 651
Hare, Raymond A., 221

Harriman, W. Averell : 586, 815 ; (Johnson) , 539
Harris, Patricia R., 104
Harsch, Joseph C, 169, 621
Hart, Parker, 656
Harvey, Mose (Katzenbach) , 3
Hasluck, Paul, 747, 749
Haynes, Ulric, 651
Healey, Denis, 687
Health:
Africa, regional programs: Katzenbach, 958;

Palmer, 650
CENTO programs: 670; Gaud, 669
Latin America: 713, 720; Johnson, 541, 543, 632,

709; E. V. Rostow, 863
Malnutrition, problem of (see also Food and popu-
lation crisis) : Gaud, 669; E. V. Rostow, 402
Philippines :

Institute of Tropical Medicine (Martin) , 196

Medical care, agreement re use of Veterans

Memorial Hospital and provision for inpatient,

outpatient care, and treatment of veterans, 802

SEATO programs, 747

U.N. International Covenants on Human Rights,

provisions, 109
U.S. financial support (Johnson) , 381
Viet-Nam : 209, 211 ; Komer, 470

Civilian hospital capacity increased, 664
Water projects, relation to, 758



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Health, Education, and Welfare Department:

Center for Educational Cooperation: Humphrey,
164; Johnson, 15

Educational TV, task force assignment (Johnson) ,
16
Heath, William W., 674
Hellyer, Paul, 687
Helms, Richard M., 586, 665
Henning, John F., 261
Hernandez, Benigno C, 968
Herter, Christian: 217; Johnson, Rusk, 147
Hickenlooper, Bourke B., 476
Hightower, John, 723
Hilaly, A., 747
Historical summary:

Communist aggression ( W. W. Rostow) , 492

Communist China, U.S. relations (U. A. Johnson),
420

Eastern Europe, post World War II (Harriman),
815

Southern Rhodesia, 366

U.S. foreign policy (Rusk), 270

Viet-Nam (Meeker), 54
Ho Chi Minh: 596; Rusk, 280, 321
Holdridge, John, 566
Holt, Harold E., 961
Holum, Kenneth, 765
Holy See. See Vatican City State
Holyoake, Keith, 747, 749
Honduras:

Treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 581, 930

U.S. income tax convention terminated, 181
Hong Kong, cotton textile agreement amended, 929
Hoover, J. Edgar (Rusk), 249
Hope, A. Guy, 218
Hornig, Donald F.: 721, 850, 907; Humphrey, 684;

McGhee, 150; Rusk, 238
Hoyt, Henry A., 721
Hubbard, Charlotte Moton, 566
Hughes, Charles Evans, 840
Hull,Cordell (Rusk), 270

Human rights (see also Civil rights, and Racial dis-
crimination) :

Africa: Goldberg, 289; Katzenbach, 955; Palmer,
646

International covenants (U.N.) on human rights:
Goldberg, 99; Harris, 104; texts, 107, 111

International Year of Human Rights (Goldberg),
528

U.N. conventions, U.S. ratification urged (Gold-
berg), 524

U.N. Human Rights Committee, 116

U.N. position and role (Sisco), 66

U.S.: Braderman, 664; Harris, 106; Johnson, 14

U.S. support (Rusk), 772

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, U.N.,
18th anniversary (Harris), 104



Humphrey, Hubert :

Addresses, remarks and statements:

East-West relations and U.S. efforts to improve,

488, 682
Economic and social development, world prob-
lems, 684
Education, importance, 164
Europe, U.S. relations and aims, 486, 679
Germany, reunification, 680
NATO, 682

Organization for Economic Cooperation and De-
velopment, 683
Science and technology, 164, 238 (quoted), 684
U.N.,489

U.S.-Soviet relations, 488
Meetings, U.S. Chiefs of Mission, Bonn, 599
Visit to Europe: Humphrey, 679, 680, 681, 683;
Johnson, 678; Rusk, 727
Hungary, treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 260, 481,

930
Huntley, Chet (Wheeler) , 190

IBRD. See International Bank for Reconstruction

and Development
ICC. See International Control Commission
Iceland :

Import quota controls reduced, 246

Treaties, agreements, etc., 154, 160, 393, 481, 613,

702, 766, 930, 967
U.S. Ambassador (Rolvaag), confirmation, 674
ICY (International Cooperation Year): 568; John-
son, 658
IDA. See International Development Association
IJC (International Joint Commission, U.S.-Canada),

634
IMCO. See Maritime Consultative Organization, In-
tergovernmental
Imports (see also Customs; Exports; Tariffs and
trade, general agreements on; and Trade) :
Balance of payments, effect on (E. V. Rostow), 20
Foreign import restrictions removed: 245;

Blumenthal, 433
Import restrictions on goods from Mexico, proposed

liberalization, 70
International Coffee Agreement quantitative im-
port limitations, 256
Private road vehicles, temporary importation of,

customs convention (1954) : Australia, 673
Professional equipment, temporary importation of,

customs convention (1961) : U.S., 481
Sheet glass, modification of escape-clause duty

rates, 216
Southern Rhodesia, U.N. sanctions against: 77,
373 ; Palmer, 449
U.S. implementation. Executive order, 146
U.S., capital goods, 342
Viet-Nam, AID commercial imports: 202; Gaud,

200
Watch movements, escape-clause duty rates termi-
nated, proclamation, 217



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1957
271-701 — 67 3



991



Income, conventions for the relief of double taxation.

iSee Double taxation
India:

Agriculture, development and problems: Johnson,
298, 334, 383, 700; W. W. Rostow, 496; Rusk,
830
Communism, threat to (Sisco),462
Council for Cultural Relations, 667
Experimental rain-making projects (Johnson), 903
Financing, problems: 338; E. V. Rostow, 404
Food crisis:

Multilateral aid: Johnson, 295; Rusk, 46, 48
U.S. proposals: 701; Johnson, 299, 658; E. V.
Rostow, 403, 861
U.S. aid: Johnson, 295, 298, 300, 383, 700; Rusk,
46, 48

Congressional resolution, text, 700
Treaties, agreements, etc., 36, 182, 224, 353, 481,

530, 701, 702, 733, 930
U.S. aid:

AID programs: Johnson, 159; E. V. Rostow, 863;

Rusk, 830
Military aid terminated, 688
1968 estimate: Johnson, 234, 300; Rusk, 830
U.S. fact-finding committee, results of tour (John-
son), 299
India Aid Consortium: Johnson, 296, 299, 383, 700;
E. V. Rostow, 403, 861 ; W. W. Rostow, 496 ; Rusk,
830
India-Pakistan border dispute, U.N. role: Goldberg,
838 ; Johnson, 567 ; Rusk, 785 ; Sisco, 66
Soviet position (Sisco), 462
Indonesia :

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 172
Communism, rejection of: Bundy, 325, 791, 792;

Holt, 962; Martin, 196; W. W. Rostow, 493
Economic progress: 750; Johnson, 384; Rusk, 832
Malaysia, relations with: Bundy, 326, 792; Rusk,

744
Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 260, 438, 481, 613,

701,766,929
U.N. membership, participation renewed (Gold-



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