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berg) , 100
Indus River basin (Johnson) , 903
Industrial property, convention (1883, as revised) for
the protection of : Argentina, 353 ; Dahomey, 85,
154; Ireland, 897; Morocco, 765
Soviet accession, importance (Trowbridge) , 885
Information activities and programs :

Adverse drug reaction reporting center, WHO, 918

Amerika (Katzenbach),755

Appropriations request FY 1968 (Johnson), 232,

236
CIA-assisted programs, 666
Computer technology (Pollack) , 911
Newsmen, exception from U.S. travel restrictions,

103,953
Outer space treaty provisions for public reporting:
Goldberg, 81, 606; Johnson, 388



Infoi-mation activities and programs — Continued
Romania, cultural exchange arrangement renewed,

480, 482
Scientific information: 332; Humphrey, 166
Trade and industrial exhibitions overseas : Johnson,

886; Trowbridge, 884
Voice of America: Kohler, 411; Solomon, 519
Water resources information, recommendations for
coordination and expanded programs : 763, 907 ;
Rusk, 905
Institute of International Education (Humphrey),

164
Inter-Agency Council on International Education and

Cultural Affairs, 667
Inter-American Development Bank: 715; W. W. Ros-
tow, 496; Rusk, 829
Fund for Special Operations, appropriations and
authorization request, FY 1968: 887; Johnson,
231,235, 544; Rusk, 723
U.S. alternate governor (Gaud), confirmation, 482
U.S. support: 338; Johnson, 334, 382, 540, 709
Interest Equalization Tax, 342

Rate adjustment : 344 ; Johnson, 335
International Bank for Economic Cooperation, 699
International Bank for Reconstruction and Develop-
ment : Bundy, 325, 793 ; E. V. Rostow, 858 ; W. W.
Rostow, 496
African development, role: Katzenbach, 958;

Palmer, 650, 813
Articles of agreement, current actions: Indonesia,

701
East European countries membership, question of:

699; Harriman, 820
India Aid Consortium: Johnson, 296, 299, 383, 700;

E. V. Rostow, 403, 861 ; W. W. Rostow, 496
U.S. Alternate Governor (E. V. Rostow), con-
firmation, 261
U.S. support: Johnson, 383; E. V. Rostow, 403;
Rusk, 772
International Cereals Arrangement: Blumenthal,

297; E. V. Rostow, 403, 861; Roth, 880
International Chamber of Commerce, 696
International Conference on Water for Peace: 762,

765; Solomon, 562
International Control Commission: 750; Goldberg,
507; Johnson, 515; Meeker, 56; Rusk, 127, 620,
773,778; U Thant, 625
Laos, inability to function in (Rusk) , 169, 281, 743,
777
International cooperation :
Antarctic Treaty, 71

Desalination development (Solomon), 561
Industrial property (Trowbridge), 885
International Cooperation Year (Johnson), 568,

658
Marine resources, U.N. resolution on study and

development of (Goldberg), 101
Mekong River development: Bundy, 326; John-
son, 903
Nuclear energy development (Seaborg), 97



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International cooperation — Continued

Outer space treaty provisions, prospects and im-
portance: Dean, 268; Dobrynin, 269; Goldberg,
81, 83, 603; Johnson, 387; Rusk, 267; U Thant,
268
Scientific information: Humphrey, 166; Pollack,

911
Southern Hemisphere telescope in Chilean Andes,

728
U.N. Charter principles: Johnson, 330; Rusk, 875
U.N. covenants, support, 109
U.S. support: Johnson, 13, 231; Pollack, 912; E. V.

Rostow, 861 ; Rusk, 267
Water for Peace: 758, 762, 907; Johnson, 902;

Rusk, 905
White House Conference on International Coopera-
tion, recommendations, report of action taken
(Johnson), 658
World community of developed nations (Brzezin-

ski),414
World food supply, obligations to contribute to
(Johnson), 296, 300
International Cotton Advisory Committee (Solomon),

560
International Court of Justice :

South West Africa decision: Goldberg, 144; Pal-
mer, 647
Statute, current actions: Barbados, 36; Malta,
Malawi, 967
International Development Association: 338; Harri-
man, 820; Johnson, 334; E. V. Rostow, 27; W. W.
Rostow, 496
Authorization request, FY 1968 (Johnson), 231,
235
International Education Act of 1966: Humphrey, 164;

Johnson, 15
International Hydrological Decade, 760, 764
International Institute for Cotton (Solomon), 560
International Joint Commission, U.S.-Canada, Niag-
ara Falls study requested, 634
International law :

Commission on International Trade Law, U.N.

(Goldberg), 102
Common law of nations (Meeker), 59
International agreements, relation to: Goldberg,

141 ; Meeker, 58
International due process (Rusk), 249
Outer space law, development of: 577; Goldberg,

79, 142, 602; Rusk, 601
Outer space treaty, importance to: Dobrynin, 269;

Goldberg, 79, 99, 141; U Thant, 268
SOLAS 1960 Convention amendments, nature of

(Miller), 176
Treaties, law of, proposed international drafting

conference, U.N. (Goldberg), 102
U.N., advancement of: Goldberg, 140, 896; Rusk,

601
U.N. covenants on human rights, international law

aspects (Harris), 104
U.N. resolutions, legal status (Nabrit), 31



International law — Continued

U.N. sanctions against Southern Rhodesia, legal

status: 369, 374; Goldberg, 143
Water resources, legal aspects, 764
International monetary system:

Balance of payments. See Balance of payments
Reforms needed: 340, 348; Humphrey, 863; John-
son, 335, 757 ; E. V. Rostow, 19, 23 ; W. W. Ros-
tow, 497
International organizations (see also name of orga-
nization) :
AID appropriations request FY 1967 (Johnson).

233
Development and U.S. support: Humphrey, 489;
Johnson, 906; Pollack, 913; W. W. Rostow, 491
Universal copyright convention, protocol 2 re works
of, current actions ; Netherlands, 833
International rivers, development: (see also Mekong
River basin) : 762; Johnson, 903; Katzenbach,
958
International Telecommunications Union (Sisco) , 462
International Tourist Year, 695
International Trade Center (Blumenthal), 435
International Year for Human Rights (Goldberg),

528
Investment disputes, convention (1965) on the settle-
ment of, between states and nationals of other
states: Burundi, 481; Cameroon, Kenya, 182;
Korea, 481; Morocco, 897; Senegal, 765; Sudan,
613; Sweden, 154; Trinidad and Tobago, 182;
U.K., 122; Yugoslavia, 641
Investment Guaranty Program, agreements with:
Cameroon, 530; Ghana, 582; Indonesia, 438;
Lesotho, 582, 614; Malta, 393; Paraguay, 86
Investment of foreign capital in U.S., 343
Investment of private capital abroad: 337, 346;
Braderman, 664
Africa (Johnson), 383

Agricultural industries, U.S. support for increased
investment: Johnson, 295, 300; E. V. Rostow,
404, 856
AID Office of Private Resources: Johnson, 381;

E. V. Rostow, 860
Balance of payments, effect on, 342, 444
Brazil, investment tax credit, 581
Europe, U.S. subsidiaries, survey (McGhee), 151
Korea, 69, 553, 554
Latin America ( Linowitz) , 730, 824
Philippines (Braderman), 662

Rights and responsibilities of overseas investors,
proposed international agreement (E. V.
Rostow), 862
U.S. encouragement: Johnson, 231, 379; E. V.
Rostow, 861 ; Rusk, 828
Iran:

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 909

Economic progress: 670; Gaud, 669; W. W. Rostow,

496
Treaties, agreements, etc., 122, 438, 701
U.S. military assistance (Johnson) , 384



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



993



Iraq:

Treaties, a^eements, etc., 154, 481
U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952
Ireland, treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 260, 481, 897,

929, 967
Israel :

Arab-Israeli conflict. See Arab-Israeli conflict
Cotton textile agreement concluded, announcement

and text, 389
Economic progress: 337; E. V. Rostow, 401, 858,

862 ; W. W. Rostow, 496
Syrian border dispute, U.N. role and U.S. support:

Goldberg, 100; Sisco, 66
Treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 353, 613, 642, 702,

766, 929, 930
U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952
Italy:

Air transport agreement terminated, 965
Balance of payments position, 347
Fiat automotive plant in Soviet Union : Harriman,
819; Katzenbach, 4; Solomon, 522; Trow-
bridge, 883
Treaties, agreements, etc., 122, 224, 260, 481, 646,
968
Ivanov, Igor, 25
Ivory Coast:

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 16
Treaties, agreements, etc., 642, 674, 967
Visit of Under Secretary Katzenbach, 756

Jackson, Andrew (Johnson), 534

Jackson, Henry M., 514

Jacoby, Neil H. (Rusk) , 832

Jakobson, Max (Goldberg), 888, 895

Jamaica, treaties, agreements, etc., 154, 224, 929

James, William, 63 (quoted)

Japan:

Asian affairs, role: Bundy, 326; Martin, 196

Balance-of -payments position, 347

Eastern Europe, relations and trade (Solomon),

519, 521
Economic progress: 336; Bundy, 324, 791, 793;

McGhee, 150
Foreign aid programs: Johnson, 334; Rusk, 785
Governors, U.S. visit (Johnson) , 917
Import quota controls reduced, 246
Korea, relations: Bundy, 326; Chung, 552
Nuclear power plant production (Seaborg), 93
Political progress (E. V. Rostow) , 399
Treaties, agreements, etc., 86, 224, 260, 613, 642,

898, 968
U.S.-Japan fishery talks, 178, 424
Visit of Ambassador Goldberg (Goldberg) , 505, 509
Jefferson, Thomas: 451; quoted, 160
Johnson, Lyndon B.:

Addresses, remarks, and statements:
Africa, U.S. aid, 159, 379, 383
Aggression, U.S. record in meeting, 161, 830, 546,

654, 871, 960
Alliance for Progress, 12, 158, 231, 382, 540, 632
Summit meeting, statements, 706, 707, 708, 711



Johnson, Lyndon B. — Continued
Addresses, etc. — Continued

American ideals, 163, 301, 385, 654, 960

Amistad Dam, 12

Antiballistic missiles, 160, 569, 659

Arab-Israeli conflict, U.S. position, 870, 935, 952

Asia, regional cooperation and U.S. support, 162,

380, 382, 469, 549, 960
Astronauts Grissom, Chaffee, and White, deaths

of, 388
Balance of payments, U.S., 233, 334, 381, 886
CIA-private U.S. voluntary organizations, rela-
tionships, report on policy review, 665
Consular convention with Soviet Union, 287, 545,

659
East- West relations, U.S. efforts to improve, 159,

334, 659, 680, 696
Europe, visit of Vice President Humphrey, 678
EXPO 67, 907

Food-population crisis, 160, 295, 902
Foreign aid programs:

1968 budget, 230, 378, 543

Principles, 296, 334, 381, 659, 958 (quoted)
Germany, Federal Republic of. Chancellor Ade-
nauer, regrets at death, 751, 752
Germany, reunification, 680 (quoted)
Guam, 587
Herter, Christian, expression of sorrow on death

of, 147
India, food crisis, U.S. and multilateral aid, 295,

383, 658, 700
International Cooperation Year, report of action

taken on recommendations of White House

Conference, 658
International monetary system, 335
Japan, U.S. relations, 917
Kennedy Round, 333, 756

Negotiations concluded, 879
Korea, U.S. relations, 548
Lincoln's birthday, 452 (quoted)
National Christmas Tree, lighting ceremony, 14
NATO, 159
Near and Middle East {see also Arab-Israeli

conflict),159, 382, 384
Nuclear "blackmail," 572 (quoted)
Nuclear nonproliferation treaty, need for and

U.S. support, 447, 569, 659
Outer space treaty, 386, 569, 659

Signature ceremony, 266
President Frei of Chile, U.S. visit, 71
Rio Grande salinity agreement, 428
Soviet Union, nuclear arms race, proposal talks,

445
State of the Union (excerpts) , 158
Trade, 333, 757, 886

Trust Territory of the Pacific, 599 (quoted), 865
Turkey, 383, 547, 652, 653
United Kingdom, U.S. relations, 963
United Nations, 330, 566, 629

Secretary-General U Thant, continuation in
office, 14



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Johnson, Lyndon B. — Continued
Addresses, etc. — Continued

U.S.S. John F. Kennedy, christening ceremony,
959

Viet-Nam (for details, sec Viet-Nam) :
Appropriations requests, 233, 236
Economic and political progress, 537
Guam conference, 587, 588, 589, 590, 592, 594
Peace negotiations, 537, 538
Political and economic progress, 589, 590
Tet cease-fire termination, 365
U.S. commitments, 160, 534, 961
U.S. military policy and objectives, 535, 593,

594
Visits of Lilienthal and Komer, 467

War on Hunger, 295, 379, 658

Water for Peace, 902

World peace, U.S. role, 550

World Weather Watch, 658
Appointments:

Educational TV task force, 15

International Conference on Education, hosts, 15
Asian tour, results (Martin) , 197
Correspondence and messages :

East-West trade recommendations of Interna-
tional Chamber of Commerce, 696

Education, International Conference on, 15

Educational TV, appointment of task force, 15

Memorial Day messages exchanged with General
Thieu, 917

Truman Doctrine, 20th anniversary, 546, 547

Viet-Nam:

Negotiation, proposed for, 595
Tet cease-fire, proposed extension of, 319
Guam Conference: 586; Johnson, 587, 588, 589, 590,

592, 594
Meetings with Heads of State and officials of, re-
marks and joint communiques: Afghanistan,
627; Australia, 960; Brazil, 242; Canada, 908;
China, 846; Ethiopia, 425; Korea, 548; Mexico,
12; Morocco, 328; Turkey, 652; U.K., 963
Messages, letters, and reports to Congress:

Arab-Israeli conflict, U.S. position, 952

Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 6th an-
nual report, transmittal, 568

Automotive Products Trade Act of 1965, 1st an-
nual report, transmittal, 732

Budget, FY 1968, excerpts, 230

Economic Report of the President (excerpts),
333

Foreign aid, program, 1967, 878

International Coffee Agi-eement, 2nd annual re-
port, transmittal, 250

Latin American meeting of Chiefs of State, 540

Narcotic drugs, U.S. accession to single conven-
tion, 1961, recommended, 671
Outer space treaty ratification recommended,

386
Peace Corps, 5th annual report, 529
State of the Union (excerpts) , 158



Johnson, Lyndon B. — Continued
Messages, etc. — Continued
U.S. pai-ticipation in the U.N., 20th annual re-
port, transmittal, 566
Viet-Nam:

Supplemental appropriations request, FY

1967, 236
U.S. position on bombing of North Viet-Nam,
514
War on Hunger program, 295
Outer space treaty, work on (Goldberg), 605
Policies: Harriman, 819; Johnson, 903; Katzen-

bach, 955; W. W. Rostow, 504
Press briefing, transcript of, 467
Responsibilities: Johnson, 160, 298; Rusk, 249, 270,

772
Tribute to: Rusk, 131, 270; Silva e Costa, 243
Visit to Canada: Johnson, 907, 908; Pearson, 909
Visit to Europe, question of (Rusk), 727
Visit to Korea, 1966; Chung, 551; Johnson, 550
Visit to Latin America: 678, 721; Humphrey, 680;

Johnson, 706
Visit to North Viet-Nam, question of (Rusk), 283
Johnson, Paul, 274
Johnson, U. Alexis, 420
Jordan :

Israeli military action, U.N. peacekeeping role

(Goldberg), 100
Treaties, agreements, etc., 306, 766
U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952
Judicial or extrajudicial documents in civil or com-
mercial matters, service abroad, convention
(1965): France, 353; U.S., 732

Kalb, Marvin, 127

Kashmir. See India-Pakistan border dispute

Katzenbach, Nicholas de B.: Johnson, 665; Rusk, 247

Addresses and reports, 2, 671, 753, 954

Meetings, 552, 599

Visit to Africa: 756; Katzenbach, 954
Kaunda, Kenneth (quoted), 955

Kennedy. John F. (quoted), 281-282, 316, 838, 891
U.S.S. John F. Kennedy, christening ceremony
(Johnson), 959
Kennedy, Robert F.: Goldberg, 508; Rusk, 322, 516
Kenya :

AID programs (Rusk), 831

Political development (Palmer), 456

Treaties, agreements, etc., 85, 182, 733, 834

Visit of Under Secretary Katzenbach, 756
Kenyatta, Jomo, 456
Kenyon, Karl W., 71, 632
Keppel, Francis, 651
Khalatbary, Abbas Ali, 668, 670
Kiesinger, Kurt: 362, 751 ; Humphrey, 680
Kim, Sung Eun, 552
King, David S., 261
King, Martin Luther, 726
King Hassan II, 328, 330
Kohler, Foy D., 6, 247, 406



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



995



Komer, Robert W. : 469, 586, 591 ; Bunker, 845 ; John-
son, 538, 587, 593
Korea, unification and U.N. role (Goldberg), 101
Korea, North, U.S. travel restrictions, 103, 565
Korea, Republic of:

AID programs (E. V. Rostow) , 863
Asia, role in: 553; Chung, 552; Johnson, 548
Communist attacks, U.S. and ROK casualties, 553
Economic progress: 69, 337, 552; Bundy, 324, 791,
792; Chung, 551; Goldberg, 511; Johnson, 384,
548, 550; E. V. Rostow, 401, 858, 862; W. W.
Rostow, 496; Rusk, 832
Japan, relations: Bundy, 326; Chung, 552
Political development: Bundy, 325; Johnson, 548
Treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 438, 481, 582, 702,

733, 766, 898, 930, 968
U.N. recognition as sole lawful government of

Korean people, 565
U.S. Ambassador (Porter), confirmation, 968
U.S. investment and trade mission: 69, 554; Chung,

553
U.S. military assistance: 553; Johnson, 384
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Chung, 548
Viet-Nam, military and other aid to: 552; Bundy,
324, 792 ; Chung, 552 ; Johnson, 549, 961 ; W. W.
Rostow, 503 ; Westmoreland, 740
Visit of Ambassador Goldberg (Goldberg) , 505, 509
Visit of President Johnson (1966): Chung, 551;
Johnson, 550
Korean conflict: Johnson, 161, 547; U. A. Johnson,
421 ; Kohler, 7, 409; Popper, 690; W. W. Rostow,
492; Rusk, 621, 877; Sisco, 66; Truman, 548
(quoted)
Korean Service Corps agreement, 582
Kosygin, Aleksei N. : 444; Johnson, 659; Rusk, 466,

783
Kristensen, Thorkil (E. V. Rostow) , 20
Kuwait, U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952
Ky, Nguyen Cao; 586; Goldberg, 513

Labor:

Convention on the abolition of forced labor, 1957:
Soviet position (Goldberg), 527
U.S. ratification recommended (Goldberg), 524
Europe, large-scale movement of labor, 337
OECD manpower studies (Rostow), 21
U.N. International Covenants on Human Rights,
provisions, 108, 115
Labor Organization, International (Goldberg), 527
Constitution, 1946, instrument for the amendment
of, Barbados, 865
Lachs, Manfred (Goldberg), 78
Land-locked states, convention (1965) on transit

trade of: Chad, 733
Lansdale, Edward, 844
Laos:

Communism, threat of (Rusk), 169, 832, 877
Communist use in infiltration of Viet-Nam:
Meeker, 59; Rusk, 281, 282, 743, 777; SEATO,
746



Laos — Continued

Nam Ngum Dam (Bundy), 326
Neutrality: 285; Rusk, 281, 282
Outer space treaty, signature, 260
U.S. aid program: Johnson, 384; Rusk, 827
Laos agreement, 1962 (see also Geneva accords),
Communist violations: Johnson, 514, W. W. Ros-
tow, 503; Rusk, 126, 128, 281, 282, 283, 742, 777;
SEATO, 746
Last Revolution (Economist), 495
Latin America:
AID high-protein food studies (E. V. Rostow),

863
Communism:

Rejection and countermeasures : 564; Johnson,

541; Martin, 195
Threat of: 103; Harriman, 820; Rusk, 828
Economic integration: 712; Bunker, 472, Johnson,
542, 708; Linowitz, 822; W. W. Rostow, 498;
Rusk, 723, 829
Alliance for Progress action program, text, 714
Industrial development. See Alliance for Progress
International Coffee Agreement, importance, 252
Leadership (Johnson), 541, 633
Nuclear arms, treaty on the banning of, 436, 576,

713,721
Nuclear-free zone: 575; Rusk, 361
Population control, prospects (Rusk), 724
Self help and internal cooperation (Rusk), 723,

724
States included in, 713n

Ti-ade (see also Latin American Common Market) :
713; Blumenthal, 434; Johnson, 542, 707, 709;
W. W. Rostow, 498; Rusk, 722
Declaration of the Presidents of America, text,
717
U.S. cotton policies, effects of (Solomon), 559
U.S. military assistance (Johnson), 384
U.S. preschool and school lunch programs (John-
son), 709
USIA activities increase (Johnson), 236
Visit of President Johnson : Humphrey, 680 ; John-
son, 678
Latin American Common Market: 712, 714; John-
son, 543, 544, 711; Linowitz, 729; Rusk, 722, 725
Latin American Free Trade Association: 338, 712,
714; Blumenthal, 434; Linowitz, 730; Rusk, 725
Laurel-Langley agreement (Braderman), 663
League to Enforce Peace (Rusk) , 270
Lebanon :

Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 438, 613, 929, 930
U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952
Leddy,JohnM., 17, 599
Lee, Hu Rak, 552
Lee Kuan Yew (Bundy), 324
Lesotho :

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 16
Treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 582, 614, 967



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Less developed countries (see also Newly independ-
ent nations) :
Agriculture. See Agriculture

Council of Economic Advisers, Report of (ex-
cerpts), 336, 337
Debt problems: 338; E. V. Rostow, 26, 404
Economic and social development:

Communism, as a countermeasure to: Linovi^itz,

731 ; W. W. Rostow, 495 ; Rusk, 826
Industrialized countries, role of: 336; Harriman,
820; Humphrey, 489, 685; Johnson, 160, 296,
300, 334, 380, 709; NATO, 50; E. V. Rostow,
400, 861; Rusk, 241,826
OECD programs: Humphrey, 684; E. V. Ros-
tow, 25
Education. See Education

Educational TV: Johnson, 15; E. V. Rostow, 405
Food and population crisis. See Food and popula-
tion crisis
Foreign investment capital. See Investment of

private capital abroad
International covenants on human rights (U.N.),

obligations under: 107; Harris, 105
International law, importance to (Goldberg), 145
Latin America (see also Alliance for Progress),

Rusk, 722
Nuclear power, peaceful uses, 572
Soviet and East European aid, need for coopera-
tion with West (Harriman) , 820
State Department Policy Planning Council, ad-
visory panel, 16
Trade :

Kennedy Round, importance to: 28, 70, 339;
Blumenthal, 430; Johnson, 333, 707; E. V.
Rostow, 27, 404 ; Roth, 478, 880
Temporary preferential tariff advantages, pro-
posed: 712; Johnson, 709
U.N. membership, importance (Sisco), 459
U.N. role (Johnson), 567

U.S. aid, objectives and principles: 700; Johnson,
230, 232, 235, 296, 334, 378, 381; E. V. Rostow,
400,857; Rusk, 826
Water projects, importance, 758
Lewin, Nathan, 765
Liberia, AID programs (Rusk) , 831
Libya:

Development, problems, and U.S. interests

(Palmer), 806
U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952
Lilienthal, David E.: 69, 467, 586, 592, 907; Johnson,

467, 537
Lincoln, Abraham: Goldberg, 510, 512, 528, 844;

Johnson, 873 ; quoted, 630
Linowitz, Sol M., 476, 565, 721, 729, 822
Load line, convention, international (1966) : France,
353; Malagasy Republic, 393; Peru, 353; Somali,
732 ; South Africa, 353
Locke, Eugene M.: 586; Bunker, 844; Johnson, 538,
587,589,591,593



Lodge, Henry Cabot: 586, 795; Hightower, 726; John-
son, 161, 538, 587, 588, 589, 594, 674; Rusk, 779;
Taylor 286 ;Thieu, 591

Loeb, James, 651

Lopez Munguia, Agustin, 71

Lord Acton (quoted), 879

Luther, Martin (quoted) , 266

Luxembourg, treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 306, 614,
898, 930

MacArthur, Douglas, 674
Macomber, William B., Jr., 482
Maghreb (North Africa) , Palmer, 806
Magnuson, Warren G. (Johnson) , 886
Mailliard, William S., 476
Maiwandwal, Mohammed Hashim, 627, 630
Makonnen, Lij Endalkatchew, 638
Malagasy Republic:

Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 393, 530, 613, 898
U.S. Ambassador (King), confirmation, 261
Malawi :

Independence, 367

International Court of Justice, Statute, 967
Malaysia (see also Association of Southeast Asia) :
Asian countries, relations (Martin), 196
Economic progress: 337; Braderman, 661; Bundy,
325, 791; E. V. Rostow, 401, 858; W. W.
Rostow, 496
Indonesia, relations: Bundy, 326, 792; Rusk, 744
Treaties, agreements, etc., 438, 898
Maldive Islands:

International telecommunications convention

(1965), viath annexes, 582
U.S. Ambassador (Corry), confirmation, 968
Mali, delivery of two C-47 aircraft and related

articles and services, understanding re, 702
Malikyar, Abdullah, 626
Malta:

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 327
Treaties, agreements, etc., 225, 393, 833, 866, 967
Manila Conference: 517, 748; Bundy, 326, 794;
Chung, 552; Goldberg, 311; Holt, 962; Johnson,
960; Thieu, 588
Mann, Horace (quoted), 955
Manpower Utilization and Techniques (Cortada,

Hope), 219
Mansfield, Mike, 951
Marcos, Ferdinand E.: Braderman, 661; Bundy, 324,

325,793
Margain, Hugo B., 919
Marine resources. See Food resources
Maritime Consultative Organization, Intergovern-
mental :
Convention (1964), amendments to: Argentina,
85; Brazil, 929; Bulgaria, 85; Burma, 224;
Czechoslovakia, 85; Finland, Indonesia, Israel,
Lebanon, Mauritania, Philippines, 929; Sene-
gal, 85; Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago,
929; U.S., 865
Entry into force, 305



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997



Maritime Consultative Organization — Continued
Fire safety standards for passenger ships, improve-
ment of international standards: 102; John-
son, 429 ; Miller, 173
Maritime matters {see also Ships and shipping), ex-
ploration of the sea. Convention (1964) for the
International Council of: Netherlands, 733; U.S.,
481, 834
Maritime traffic. See Ships and shipping
Marks, Leonard H., 16, 721

Marriage and family (see also Women), U.N. Inter-
national Covenants on Human Rights, provisions,
108, 115
Marshall, George C. (quoted), 271
Martin, Edward, 476
Martin, Graham, 193, 851
Martin, Paul, 750
Martin, William C. (quoted) , 273
Martola, Ilmari (Goldberg), 179
Matthews, Zachariah K., 16

Mauritania, treaties, agreements, etc., 353, 701, 929
McBride, Robert H., 968
McCloskey, Robert J., 950



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