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McConaughy, Walter P., 849
McDermott, Walsh (quoted) , 910
McDougal, Myres: Goldberg, 140; quoted, 144
McGee, GaleW. (Johnson), 299
McGhee, George C, 148
McGovern, George, 48

McKernan, Donald L., 178, 216, 332, 424, 919
McNamara, Robert S. : 586, 686 ; Rusk, 129
Meetings, 53, 687
National Security Council, Special Committee of,

membership (Johnson), 951
Press conference, transcript, 465, 686
TV interview, transcript of, 442
McNaughton, John T., 586
McSweeney, John M., 674
Meeker, Leonard C, 54

Mekong River development: Bundy, 326, 793; John-
son, .334, 903; Lilienthal, 469; Martin, 196, 853;
W. W. Rostow, 499; Rusk, 832
Memorial Day, 1967: Johnson, 917; Thieu, 917

Prayer for Peace, proclamation, 873
Menzel, Rolf, 358
Meteorological research :

Rain augmentation experiments: Johnson, 903;

Pollack, 911
Treaties, agreements, etc.:
Cooperative meteorological program in the

Cayman Islands, agreement with U.K., 86
Cooperative program for meteorological observa-
tions, agreement with Dominican Republic for
continuation of, 86
Water for Peace programs (Johnson), 903
Mexico :

Aid to other Latin American countries (Rusk), 723
Cotton textile agreement, announcement, 964
Economic progress: 337; E. V. Rostow, 401, 858;
Rusk, 723, 829



Mexico — Continued

Fishery talks held, joint statement and delegations,

919
Joint Mexico-U.S. Trade Committee, 2nd annual

meeting, 70
Radio broadcasting agi'eement talks resumed, 352
Rio Grande salinity agreement (Johnson), 428 -^

Treaties, agreements, etc., 86, 154, 182, 224, 260,

261, 354, 481, 834, 930
U.S. relations; 13; Johnson, 13
Micronesia. See Trust Territory of the Pacific
Micronesia, Congress of (Johnson), 598
Middleton, Drew, 851
Military assistance:

Appropriations request, FY 1967 (Johnson), 384
Appropriations request, FY 1968 (Rusk), 827
Balance of payments, effect on. See Balance of pay-
ments, U.S.
Civic action program, Indonesia, agreement re
furnishing military equipment, materials, and
services, 766
Equipment and material, agreement with Brazil re

disposition of, 393
India and Pakistan, U.S. military aid terminated,

688
Soviet aid to Algeria (Palmer) , 809, 811
Thailand, U.S. training missions (Martin) , 199, 853
Military bases:

Outer space treaty prohibition on: Goldberg, 80,

609; Johnson, 388; Rusk, 602
Philippines, agreement re relinquishment by U.S.
of right to use of certain land areas within
Camp John Hay, 122
Thailand bases, U.S. use under SEATO framework:

Martin, 198; Rusk, 597
Viet-Nam, permanent U.S. bases, U.S. position:
284; Goldberg, 61 (quoted), 509; Johnson, 535;
Rusk, 282, 317
Miller, George (Goldberg), 605
Miller, J. Irwin: Katzenbach, 3; Trowbridge, 882
Miller, Jack (Johnson), 299
Miller, William K., 173
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce trade mission

(Trowbridge), 882
Mishari, Hassan (Udall), 561
Missiles (see also Nuclear weapons) :
Antiballistic missiles, U.S.-Soviet competition: 575,
687; Humphrey, 489; Johnson, 160, 445, 569,
659; McNamara, 442, 687; W. W. Rostow, 501;
Rusk, 43, 47, 171, 321, 361, 601, 875
NATO: 687; McNamara, 686
Poseidon and Polaris (Rusk) , 46
Mobutu, Joseph (Palmer), 649
Mohale, Albert S., 16

Monetary Fund, International: 340; Brzezinski, 419;
Harriman, 820; Johnson, 335; E. V. Rostow, 858;
W. W. Rostow, 497 ; Rusk, 772
Articles of agreements: Indonesia, 701
East European countries' membership, question of,
699



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Monetary Fund, International — Continued

U.S. Alternate Governor (Rostow), contirmation,

261
U.S. holdings (Johnson), 235
Blongolia, treaties, agreements, etc., 641, 674
Moore, John Bassett, (Rusk) , 270
Morocco:

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 850
Cultural agreement with U.S., text, 351
Development, pi-oblems, and U.S. interests : Palmer,

806; Rusk, 831
Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 393, 701, 765, 834,

897, 967
U.S. relations: Johnson, 330; King Hassan II, 329,

331
U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952
U.S. visit of King Hassan II, 328
Morozov, Platon, 461
Morse, Wayne, 507
Morton, Thruston B., 775
Moss, Frank E. (Johnston) , 299
Mossman, James, 442
Mott, Newcomb : Kohler, 412 ; Rusk, 248
Mozambique :

Halting of oil tankers to Southern Rhodesia, 371
Self-determination, need for (Goldberg), 290
Muromcew, Cyril, 71, 634
Murphy, Charles P. (Miller), 174
MUST (Manpower Utilization System and Tech-
niques), Cortada, Hope, 219
Mutual defense :

Agreements with: Australia, reestablishment of
joint defense space research facility, 86; Bel-
gium, 582; Luxembourg, 614
China : 849 ; Johnson, 848
Korea, 553

U.S. military assistance programs (Johnson),
385

Nabrit, James M., Jr., 29, 30

NAC. See North Atlantic Council

Nam Ngum Dam (Bundy), 326

Narcotic drugs. See Drugs

NASA. See National Aeronautics and Space Admin-
istration

Nasher, Raymond D., 659

National Advisory Committee on Self-Help (John-
son), 379, 380

National Advisory Council on International Monetary
and Financial Policies, 563

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Mc-
Ghee),149,153

National Export Expansion Council, 887

National Governors' Conference (Johnson), 918

National Science Foundation: 728; Pollack, 916

National Student Association, 666

Nationalism :

Eastern Europe: Brzezinski, 417; Harriman, 817;
Humphrey, 486; Katzenbach, 2 ; Kohler, 8, 408;
W. W. Rostow, 495; Solomon, 519



Nationalism — Continued
Indonesia (Bundy), 792

Less developed countries (W. W. Rostow), 494
North African states (Palmer), 809
Philippines (Braderman), 660
Western Europe, dangers of (Humphrey), 487
Nationality:

Acquisition of, optional protocol to Vienna con-
vention on consular relations (1963) : Mada-
gascar, 613
Double, military obligations in certain cases, pro-
tocol (1930): Nigeria, 733
NATO. See North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Natural resources, sovereignty of state (Harris) , 105
Near and Middle East (see also Arab-Israeli conflict
and names of individual countries) :
Economic and social development, U.S. support

(Goldberg), 935
U.N. peacekeeping role: Goldberg, 101, 638, 894;

Sisco, 66
U.S. military and economic aid, U.S. appropriations

request (Johnson), 382, 384
U.S. policy: Goldberg, 100; Johnson, 159, 870
U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952
Nepal, treaties, agreements, etc., 306
Netherlands, treaties, agreements, etc., 154, 224, 354,

393, 582, 613, 641, 733, 766, 833, 930, 968
Neuberger, Maurine B., 448
Neutrality and nonalinement:

Afghanistan: 632; Maiwandwal, 628, 631
Cambodia: 285; Rusk, 128, 129, 281, 320, 619, 773
Southeast Asia (Rusk), 281
U.S. neutrality in Arab-Israeli conflict (Rusk) , 949,

950, 951
Viet-Nam, U.S. position: 285; Goldberg, 61
(quoted) , 509, 841 ; Rusk, 281, 773
New York Times: 466, 776, 851 ; Bundy, 793
New Zealand:

ANZUS council meeting: 517; communique, 749

Asian development, role in (Bundy), 793

Treaties, agreements, etc., 154, 224, 260, 353, 733,

765, 898, 967, 968
U.S. Ambassador (Henning), confirmation, 261
Viet-Nam, military aid to: Bundy, 324, 792; John-
son, 961; W. W. Rostow, 503; Westmoreland,
740
Newly independent nations (see also Less developed
countries aiid najne of country) :
Africa : Goldberg, 289, Katzenbach, 955
Barbados (Goldberg), 28
Communism, danger of: E. V. Rostow, 857; W. W.

Rostow, 494
North Africa (Palmer), 807
U.N. membership, significance (Sisco) , 67
Nicaragua, treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 260
Nicolson, Sir Harold (quoted) , 140
Niger, treaties, agreements, etc., 306, 801, 930
Nigeria :

AID programs (Rusk), 831
Political developments (Palmer), 649



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



999



Nigeria — Continued

Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 393, 481, 613, 733,
801
Niven, Paul, 774
Nkomo, Joshua, 371
Nolte, Richard H., 674
Nonnationals, U.N. international covenants on

human rights: 114; Harris, 105
North Atlantic Council (Humphrey) , 681
Defense ministers meeting, Paris, 1966:

Joint communique and annexes: 49; Rusk, 46
U.S. delegation, 53
North Atlantic Treaty Organization:
Armed forces:

Financing of, effect on balance-of-payments posi-
tions: 788; Rusk, 362, 783
1967 commitments and prospects, 51
Size and deployment: 789; Rusk, 362, 782
Civil emergency planning, 50

Deterrent role: 49, 51, 657; Brzezinski, 416; Harri-
man, 820; Humphrey, 682; Rusk, 361; Sunay,
656
East- West relations, role in: 49, 697; Harriman,
819; Humphrey, 487, 681; Rusk, 47, 360;
Sunay, 655
France, position of: 51; Harriman, 820; Rusk, 46
Headquarters, relocation, 51

International developments, study of effects of
changes in, on NATO policies; 50; resolution,
52
Modernization of: Humphrey, 681; E. V. Rostow,

399
Nuclear planning and consultation: 51, 687; Mc-

Namara, 686
Nuclear Planning Group, 1st ministerial meeting:

687; McNamara, 686
Nuclear weapons, Soviet objections to possible Ger-
man use of, 571
Turkey, support of: 627; Johnson, 547, 652; Sun-
ay, 653
U.S. support: Humphrey, 681; Johnson, 159; Rusk,
358, 364, 827
Norway:

Import quota controls removed, 246
Treaties, agreements, etc., 154, 306, 481, 530, 613,
802, 930
Norwood, William (Johnson), 598
NS Savannah, private company operation, agree-
ments re U.S. liability: Greece, 225
Nsanze, Terence, 850
Nuclear-free zones :

Central Europe, question of: 575; Rusk, 361
Latin America: 436, 575, 713, 721; Rusk, 361
Nuclear proliferation:
Treaty, proposed:

Chinese Communist participation, question of

(Rusk), 132
ENDC 1966 conference results, 570



Nuclear proliferation — Continued
Treaty, proposed — Continued

Need for and U.S. support: 436, 657; Goldberg,
79, 83, 99, 603; Humphrey, 488; Johnson, 447,
569, 659; Katzenbach, 755; E. V. Rostow, 399;
W. W. Rostow, 501, 504; Rusk, 48, 132, 169,
601, 786, 875; U Thant, 268
Nonnuclear states, effect on and rights under: "*
572; Johnson, 447; McNamara, 446; E. V.
Rostow, 400
Peaceful uses, question of: Pollack, 911; Rusk,

321
Safeguards, 571

EUR ATOM safeguards, question on (Rusk),
360
Soviet position, review, 571
Nuclear test ban, comprehensive, verification meas-
ures and Soviet rejection, 574
Nuclear test ban treaty, 1963:
Current actions : Nigeria, 481
Importance : Goldberg, 603 ; Rusk, 267
Nuclear tests:

Antarctic Treaty, ban on, 71
Communist China : 750; Rusk, 132
France, 750

Outer space treaty, prohibition of: Goldberg, 80,

609; Rusk, 602

Nuclear war (see also War) , dangers of: McNamara,

443; W. W. Rostow, 500; Rusk, 272, 874; Sisco,

463

Nuclear weapons (see also Armaments and Missiles) :

Latin America, treaty on the banning of nuclear

arms in, 436, 576, 713, 721
Outer space treaty, prohibition on use of: 577;
Goldberg, 80, 99, 141, 608, 839; Johnson, 266,
387, 569; Rusk, 601
Production of, U.S. proposals for freezes and lim-
itations on: 574; Johnson, 659; Rusk, 43, 171,
321
Nyasaland, Federation of Rhodesia and, 367
Nyerere, Julius K. (quoted), 958

OCAM (Organisation Commune Africaine et
Malagache), 650

Oceanographic Commission, Intergovernmental
(Sisco), 462

OEEC (Organization for European Economic Co-
operation), 683

Office of Civil Operations : Bunker, 845 ; Komer, 470

Office of Private Resources: Johnson, 381; E. V.
Rostow, 860, 8G3

Office of Saline Water (Udall),561

Office of the War on Hunger: Johnson, 381; E. V.
Rostow, 860, 863

Oil (see also Petroleum), pollution of sea by, inter-
national convention (1954) for prevention of:
Israel, 353; Ivory Coast, 642; U.S., 733
Amendments: Greece, 733

Oliver, Covey T., 968



1000



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Organisation Commune Africaine et Malagache

(Palmer), 650
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Develop-
ment :
Accomplishments, role, and U.S. support: 336;
Brzezinski, 419; Humphrey, 166, 683; E. V.
Rostow, 19; W. W. Rostow, 497; Rusk, 359
Agricultural Food Fund, U.S. proposal: Johnson,

297 ; E. V. Rostow, 403, 861
Balance-of-payments report, 345
Development Assistance Committee: 764; Hum-
phrey, 685; E. V. Rostow, 25
Export earnings of less developed countries, special

study (Blumenthal) , 435
India, food aid, question of: 701 ; Rusk, 48
International technological cooperation study

(McGhee), 148
Investment guarantee fund, proposed (Johnson),

301
Ministerial Council meeting, Paris, statements

(Rostow), and text of joint communique, 19
Soviet and Eastern Europe, relations: Harriman,

820; E. V. Rostow, 24
Turkey, aid to : 28 ; Johnson, 383
Organization for European Economic Cooperation

(Humphrey), 683
Organization of African Unity: Haile Selassie, 426;
Johnson, 427; Katzenbach, 954, 959; Palmer, 650,
807; W. W. Rostow, 499; Rusk, 784
Organization of American States :

Charter, current actions : Trinidad and Tobago, 581

Cuba, policy on, 103, 565

Declaration of the Presidents of America, text,

712
Dominican Republic crisis (Johnson) , 567
Membership, 713n
Trinidad and Tobago, membership : 464n ; Rusk,

464
U.S. support (Johnson) , 632
Osman, Ahmed, 850
Outer space:

Exploration, world-wide benefits from (Rusk), 241
Jupiter probe, NASA-ESRO, proposed (McGhee),

153
Southern Hemisphere telescope in Chilean Andes,

728
Space law, development: 577; Goldberg, 142, 602;

Rusk, 601
Treaties, agreements, etc:

Exploration and use of outer space, including the
moon and other celestial bodies, treaty
(1967) governing the activities of states:
Current actions: Afghanistan, Argentina,
Australia, 260; Austria, 438; Belgium,
306; Bolivia, Botswana, 260; Brazil, 306;
Burma, 898; Burundi, Cameroon, Canada,
Central African Republic, Chile, China,
Colombia, Congo (Kinshasa), Cyprus, 260;
Czechoslovakia, 260, 898; Denmark, Do-
minican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador,



Outer space — Continued

Treaties, agreements, etc. — Continued

Exploration and use of outer space, etc. — Con.
Current actions — Continued

Ethiopia, Finland, Federal Republic of
Germany, Ghana, Greece, Haiti, Honduras,
Hungary, Iceland, 260; India, 481; Indo-
nesia, 260; Iraq, 481; Israel, Italy, Japan,
260; Jordan, 306; Korea, Laos, Lesotho,
Luxembourg, 260; Mexico, 260; Nepal,
306; Netherlands, 353; New Zealand,
Nicaragua, 260; Niger, 306, 801; Norway,
306; Panama, Philippines, Poland, Romania,
Rwanda, 260; San Marino, 733; Sierra
Leone, 866; South Africa, 481; Somali
Republic, 306; Soviet Union, 260; Sweden,
Switzerland, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Tur-
key, U.A.R., U.K., 260; U.S., 260, 765, 930;
Upper Volta, 481; Uruguay, Venezuela,
Viet-Nam, Yugoslavia, 260
Development and background (Goldberg), 605
Installations, outer space treaty provisions for
free access to all parties: 577; Goldberg, 80,
141, 602, 606, 607; Johnson, 388; Rusk, 602
Provisions, importance, and U.S. support:
570, 577; Goldberg, 79, 83, 98, 141, 602, 839;
Johnson, 569; NATO, 49; Rusk, 42
Signature ceremony, statements: Dean, 286;
Dobrynin, 269; Goldberg, 267; Johnson, 266;
Rusk, 266; U Thant, 268
U.N. resolution, 83

U.S. ratification: 386; Goldberg, 602; John-
son, 386, 659; Rusk, 600
U.S. -Soviet cooperation: Goldberg, 142, 604,
606; Rusk, 600; Sisco, 460
Geodetic satellite observation stations, agree-
ments with: Japan, 86, 642; Mexico, 354
Joint defense space research facility, agreement

with Australia re establishment of, 86
Space vehicle tracking stations in U.K., agree-
ment, 225
Antigua, station on, 354
Tracking and telemetry facility in Mahe, Sey-
chelles, agreement with U.K., 225
U.N. conference, proposed, U.N. resolution, 83n
U.S. research and development (McGhee), 149
Ovamboland, status of: Goldberg, 888; Palmer, 648
Owen, Wilfred, 651

Pacific Community, 553

Pacific Islands Trust Territory. See Trust Territory

of the Pacific Islands
PAHO (Pan American Health Organization) , 721, 761
Pakistan (see also India-Pakistan border dispute) :
Afghanistan, relations with (Maiwandwal), 631
Aid Consortium: Johnson, 383; W. W. Rostow, 496
Economic development: 337, 670; Gaud, 669; John-
son, 383; E. V. Rostow, 401, 862; W. W. Ros-
tow, 496; Rusk, 830
SEATO communique, position on, 747



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



1001



Pakistan — Continued

Treaties, agreements, etc., 182, 733, 898, 967, 968
U.S. aid:

Military aid terminated, 688
1968 estimate: Johnson, 234; Rusk, 830
U.S. and multilateral aid: Gaud, 669; Johnson, 159;
Rusk, 830
Palmer, Joseph, II, 449, 646, 806
Pan American Day and Pan American Week, 1967,

proclamation, 632
Pan American Health Organization, 721, 761
Panama :

Air transport agreement amended, 965
Central American Common Market, relations, 715
Treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 353
U.S. economic aid (Johnson), 382
Panorama, TV interview of Secretary McNamara,

442
Papadopoulos, George (Rusk), 751
Paraguay:

Economic level of development (Rusk), 722
Treaties, agreements, etc., 86, 224
U.S. Ambassador (Hernandez), confirmation, 968
Pardo, Arvid, 327
Park, Chung Hee (Chung) , 549
Park, Chung Hun, 552

Patents (see also Industrial property), international
patent cooperation treaty, proposed (Trow-
bridge), 885
Payton, Robert L., 261
Pazhwak, Abdul Rahman, 627
Peace Corps programs:

Accomplishments and role, 337

Agreements establishing: Antigua, 182; Dominica,
393; Gambia, 122; Saint Christopher Nevis
and Anguilla, St. Vincent, 306
Budget appropriations request FY 1968 (Johnson),

232, 235
Expansion, proposed, 244
5th annual report (Johnson), 529
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (Johnson),

598, 865
Water resources development activities, recommen-
dations for, 763
Pearson, Lester B.: 908, 909; Johnson, 909
Peccei, Aurelio (Humphrey), 166
Pechel, Peter, 358
Pedersen, Richard F., 261, 732
Perkins, James : 15 ; Huinphrey, 164
Peru:

Communism, threat of (Harriman) , 821
Economic progress: Johnson, 382; E. V. Rostow,

862
Political progress (Rusk), 829
Treaties, agreements, etc., 122, 224, 353, 481, 766,
930, 967
Petroleum:

North Africa, resources of (Palmer), 810, 812
Southern Rhodesia:
U.N. economic sanctions and U.S. support, 370



1002



Petroleum — Continued
North Africa — Continued

U.N. mandatory sanctions against supply of: 77,
374 ; Palmer, 449
U.S. implementation. Executive order, 146
Peyrefitte, Alain (McGhee), 152

Philippines (see also Association of Southeast Asia) : >,
Asian Mission Chiefs' meeting: communique, 517;

Goldberg, 511
Communism, threat of (SEATO), 746
Economic and political development: Braderman,

661; Bundy, 325, 791, 793
Educational institutes (Martin), 196
Treaties, agreements, etc., 122, 224, 260, 261, 306,

802, 929
U.S. relations (Braderman), 660
U.S. school building project, agreement, 850
Viet-Nam, military aid to : Bundy, 324, 792 ; John-
son, 961; W. W. Rostow, 503; Westmoreland,
740
Visit of Ambassador Goldberg (Goldberg), 505,
509
Phillips, Christopher H., 696
Pifer, Alan, 651
Piiiera, Jose (Goldberg), 888
Poage, W. R. (Johnson), 299
Poland :

Cotton textile agreement, 612

Economic and political evolution: Kohler, 9, 408,

Solomon, 519
Nuclear facilities under IAEA safeguards, recip-
rocal offer, 572
Post World War II (Harriman), 816
Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 260, 642, 766
U.S. trade policies (Katzenbach), 3
Pollack, Herman, 910
Pollution:

Air pollution (Rusk), 240

Outer space treaty provisions for avoiding pollu-
tion: Goldberg, 81; Johnson, 388; Rusk, 601
Pollution of the sea by oil, international conven-
tion (1954) for prevention of: Israel, 353;
Ivory Coast, 642 ; U.S., 733
Amendments: Greece, 733
Water for Peace programs : 761 ; Johnson, 903
Pope Paul VI, 685 (quoted)

Viet-Nam peace efforts and U.S. support: Goldberg,
63; Johnson, 319
Popper, David H., 566, 689
Population growth:

Control needed: 337; Johnson, 295; E. V. Rostow,

402; W. W. Rostow, 497; Rusk, 241
Energy consumption forecasts (Seaborg), 90
Family planning programs: Johnson, 160; E. V.
Rostow, 402; Rusk, 830
U.S. aid (Johnson), 381
Food supply, relation to. See Food and population

crisis
Latin America (Rusk), 724
North Africa (Palmer), 810



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Population growth — Continued
Philippines (Braderman), 661
Policy Planning Council advisory panel, 16
U.N. population control experts, training (Gold-
berg) , 101
Porter, William J.: 968; Goldberg, 513; Taylor, 286
Portugal :

African colonies, need for self-determination (Gold-
berg) , 290
Cotton textile agreement with U.S., announcement,

699
Southern Rhodesia, use of Portuguese ports to

evade oil embargo, 371, 374
Treaties, agreements, etc., 154, 224, 613, 674, 930
Postal Union, Universal, constitution (1964), with
final protocols:
China, 85; Dahomey, Gabon, 801; Ghana, 613;
Guyana, 701; India, 353; Mauritania, 701;
Morocco, 967; New Zealand (including Niue,
the Cook Islands, and the Tokelau Islands),
353; Nigeria, 801; Pakistan, 733; Spain (in-
cluding Spanish territories in Africa), 613;
Sweden, Syrian Arab Republic, 733; Tunisia,
85; Yugoslavia, 613; Zambia, 701
Potter, Philip, 723
Powell, Robert, 137
Price, Robert I., 102
Prince Norodom Sihanouk (Rusk), 128, 129, 281, 320,

619
Prince Souvanna Phouma (Rusk), 281, 320
Prisoners, political, military takeover in Greece
(Rusk), 751
Viet-Nam. See Viet-Nam
Private Resources, Office of: Johnson, 381; E. V.

Rostow, 860, 863
Proclamations by the President:

Pan American Day and Pan American Week, 1967

(3774), 632
Prayer for Peace, Memorial Day, 1967 (3785), 873
Rush-Bagot Agreement Days (3781) , 800
Sheet glass, escape-clause duties modified (3762),

216
Watch movements, escape-clause duty rates termi-
nated (3761), 217
World Trade Week, 1967 (3771), 756
Public Law 480 (see also Agricultural surpluses and
Food for Peace) : Johnson, 235 ; E. V. Rostow, 860
Programs in: India, 701; North Africa (Palmer),
814; Viet-Nam (Komer),"470
Publications:

Agriculture Department, Analysis of Factors Af-
fecting U.S. Cotton Exports (Solomon), 559
Canadian Automobile Agreement; First Annual
Report of the President to the Congress on the
Implementation of the Automotive Products
Trade Act of 1965, 732n
Congress :

Documents relating to foreign policy, lists, 18,
223, 350, 757, 801, 966



Publications — Continued

Congress — Continued

Fiat-Soviet Auto Plant and Communist Eco-
nomic Reforms, report (Solomon), 522
Our Changing Partnership with Europe, 522n

International exchange of, convention (1958):
Indonesia, 481; U.S., 834, 929

Obscene, agreement (1910) re repression of cir-
culation of, as amended: Malta, 865

Official publications, agreement with Jamaica for
the exchange of, 154

Official publications and government documents,
exchange between states, convention (1958) :
Indonesia, 481; U.S., 834, 929

State Department:
Recent releases, lists, 37, 225, 261, 306, 393, 614,

734, 802, 866, 968
Treaties in Force: A List of Agreements and
Other International Agreements of the United
States in Force on January 1, 1967, released,
288

United Nations, lists of current documents, 36, 181,
305, 437

U.S. Participation in the U.N.: Report by the
President to the Congress for the Year 1965,
566n

Water for Peace: A Report of Background Con-
siderations and Recommendations on the Water
for Peace Program, released, 758
Pulitzer, Joseph (quoted), 186

Rabasa, Oscar, 919

Racial discrimination (see also Human rights) :
Africa, U.S. position (Johnson), 159
Apartheid: Goldberg, 292, 891, 892; Palmer, 455;

Rogers, 302; Sisco, 68
Convention (1965), international, for the elimi-
nation of: Algeria, 353; Australia, 154;
Burundi, 701 ; Cameroon, 353 ; Costa Rica, 702 ;
Colombia, 701; Cyprus, 353, 930; Czechoslo-
vakia, 154; Dahomey, 701; Finland, 154; Ger-
many, 701; Hungary, 930; Iceland, 154, 702;
India, Iran, 701; Mauritania, 353; Mexico,
Netherlands, New Zealand, 154; Niger, 930;
Norway, 154; Panama, 353; Sierra Leone, 154;
Somalia, 701; Tunisia, 702; U.A.R., 930; U.K.,
154; Uruguay, 701; Vatican, 154
Southern Rhodesia: 367; Goldberg, 73, 144;

Palmer, 450, 646; Sisco, 68
Suppression of, U.N. role: Goldberg, 292; Sisco, 66
Radio :

Treaties, agreements, etc. :

Broadcasting in the standard broadcasting band

(protocol) : Blexico, 182, 224, 261
Consultations resumed, 352

Cultural exchange arrangements with Romania,
renewal, 480, 482



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



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Radio — Continued

Treaties, agreements, etc. — Continued
Licensed amateur radio operators, reciprocal
granting of authorizations to operate in either
country, agreements with: Argentina, 702;
Netherlands, 154; Switzerland, 968; Trinidad
and Tobago, 898
Radio communications between Alaska and
British Colombia, agreement with Canada, U.S.
notice of termination, 482



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