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Radio communications between amateur stations
on behalf of third parties, agreement with
Argentina, 702
Radio regulations (1959):

Partial revision re frequency allotment plan
for aeronautical mobile (R) service and re-
lated information: Argentina, 898; Austria,
Canada, Denmark, 766; Luxembourg, Mad-
agascar, Malaysia, 898
Entry into force, 481
Partial revision with annexes and additional
protocol: Malaysia, 898
USIA programs, increase (Johnson), 236
Voice of America (Kohler), 411
Ramos, Narciso, 747, 748
Rapacki Plan (Rusk), 361
Red Sea lights, maintenance, international agreement

(1962) , Soviet Union, 305
Refugees:

Stateless persons and refugees, application (pro-
tocol 1) of the universal copyright convention:
Italy, 481 ; Netherlands, 833
Viet-Nam: 209; Komer, 470
Voluntary agencies, aid to (Sisco) , 64
Regional cooperation and development: Brzezinski,
415; Blumenthal, 434; W. W. Rostow, 497
Africa. See Africa
Arms control, 576
CENTO: 671; Gaud, 668
Defense. See Collective security
Development banks: 338; E. V. Rostow, 403
SEATO programs: 745, 747; Rusk, 744
U.S. support: 338; Johnson, 231, 328, 334, 379,
380, 904; Palmer, 814; Pollack, 913; W. W.
Rostow, 500; Rusk, 772, 828, 906
Water for Peace program : 759, 762 ; Johnson, 904 ;
Rusk, 906
Reifenberg, Jan, 358
Research. See Science and technology
Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Federation of, 367
Rimestad, Idar, 261

Rio Grande salinity agreement (Johnson) , 428
Road traffic:

Convention (1949), with annexes and protocol,

Botswana, 967
Convention (1954) on customs facilities for tour-
ing, Singapore, 122
Customs convention (1954) on the temporary im-
portation of private road vehicles, Australia,
673



Rockwell, Stuart W., 670, 671
Rogers, William P., 292, 302
Rolvaag, Karl F., 674
Romania:

Cultural exchange arrangement renewed, 479, 482
Increasing independence (Solomon), 519
Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 260, 482, 613
Roosevelt, Franklin D.: Johnson, 960; quoted, 270,

289, 963
Roshchin, Alexei A., 571
Ross, Claude G., 765

Rostow, Eugene V., 19, 24, 25, 53, 261, 398, 856
Rostow, W. W., 491, 552, 586, 659, 721; Johnson, 951
Roth, William M., 476, 476n, 523, 879
Ruge, Gerd, 358

Rush-Bagot Agreement Days, proclamation, 800
Rusk, Dean:
Addresses, correspondence, remarks, and state-
ments :
Africa, U.S. aid, 830
Aggression, prevention, and countermeasures,

271, 278, 363, 771
Alliance for Progress, 464, 723, 828

Summit meeting, prospects from, 722, 829
Antiballistic missiles, questions on, 43, 46, 47,

321, 361, 875
Arab-Israeli conflict, 949, 950
Armaments, control and reduction, 46, 171, 601,

771,786
Asia, U.S. aid, 830, 832
Cambodia, nonalinement, 128, 129, 281, 320, 619,

773
Communism:

Propaganda, 725, 775

Threat of and U.S. role against, 127, 134, 272,
278, 785, 787, 827, 877
Communist China:

Asia, threat to, 169, 275
Leadership struggle, 47, 170, 280, 788
Nuclear potential, 132
U.S. relations, 283, 322
Consular convention with Soviet Union, need for

ratification, 247
East- West relations, 4 (quoted), 47, 169, 360,
363, 463 (quoted), 523 (quoted), 772, 786
Viet-Nam, effect of, 781, 875
East- West Trade Relations Act of 1966, 171, 772,

875
Europe, U.S. relations and interests, 358, 364,

726, 784
Food and population crisis, 46, 169, 874
Foreign Assistance Program for 1968, 826
Foreign policy, 134, 270, 770, 784, 879
Freedom of speech and expression, 130, 725, 775
General Assembly, 21st session, evaluation, 42
Germany, reunification, 360, 362, 771
Germany, Federal Republic of:

Chancellor Adenauer, regrets at death of, 752
Political developments, 365



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Rusk, Dean — Continued

Addresses, etc. — Continued
Germany, Federal Republic of — Continued

U.S. common interests, 359

U.S. visit of Minister Brandt, 320
Greece, political developments, 750
Herter, Christian, expression of sorrow on death

of, 147
India, U.S. and multilateral food aid, 46, 48, 830
Kennedy Round, 361
Laos, 1962 agreements, 126, 128, 281, 282, 742,

777
Latin American economic integration, 722, 723,

725, 829
Mrs. Svetlana Alliluyeva, U.S. visit, 782
NATO, 358, 360

Ministerial Council meeting, Paris, 1966, 46

U.S. forces, 362, 782
1951-1966, important events of, 168
1966 developments, and prospects from, 47, 128
Nuclear-free zones, 361
Nuclear proliferation:

EURATOM safeguards, 360

Treaty, need for, 48, 132, 321, 601, 786, 875
Outer space treaty, 42, 266, 600
Science and foreign affairs, 238
SEATO council meeting, 742
Secretary of State, work of, 365
Sino-Soviet relations, 132, 168, 781, 785

Viet-Nam, effect of, 44, 283, 727, 786
Soviet Union, U.S. citizens, convictions, 44
Thailand, U.S. air force use of Thai bases, 597
U.K., European Common Market, membership,

proposed, 783
U.S. world commitments, 784, 875
Viet-Nam (for details, see Viet-Nam) :

Cease-fire, proposals and prospects from, 126,
276, 317, 321, 359, 364, 464, 516, 622, 727,

775, 780, 878

Civilian casualties, 130, 135, 274, 276
Communist China and Soviet military support,

275, 727, 786
National reconciliation (pacification) pro-
gram, 129, 779
Peace talks:

Private channels, question of, 280, 321, 623,

624, 778
U Thant proposals, U.S. and Communist

positions, 618
U.S. willingness, 42, 43, 47, 126, 135, 172,
281, 317, 464, 516, 618, 727, 743, 772, 777,
877
Political progress, 131, 279, 779
Situation reports, 44, 274, 726
U.S. commitments, 128, 133, 272, 275, 725, 744,

776, 875

U.S. economic aid, 830

U.S. 14 points, 281, 318

U.S. military targets, 45, 130, 131, 135, 275



Rusk, Dean — Continued

Addresses, etc. — Continued
Viet-Nam — Continued

U.S. objectives, 45, 133, 278, 317
U.S. public opinion, 130, 133, 619, 725, 774
Water for Peace, 904

World peace, importance, 136, 169, 269, 278, 358,
363, 725, 771, 781, 874
Alliance for Progress conferences, U.S. delegate,

472n, 476
CIA special policy committee, chairman (Johnson),

665
Health, 131
Meetings with:

Alliance for Progress summit conference, 721
ANZUS Council, 749
China, Vice President Yen, 849
Guam conference, 586, 594
NATO ministerial council, 53
SEATO Council of Ministers, 516, 747
Turkey, President Sunay, 656
Viet-Nam, 7-nation meeting, 748
National Security Council, Special Committee of,

chairmanship (Johnson), 951
News conferences, transcripts of, 42, 317, 464, 466,

618
TV and radio interviews, transcripts of, 126, 168,

274, 358, 722, 774
Work of, satisfactions and rewards, 365
Rusk, Thomas Jefferson, 269
Rwanda, outer space treaty, signature, 260

Safety of life at sea :

International convention, 1960 :

Amendments to chapter II, U.S., 642, 702
Current actions: Brazil, 642; Ireland, 481;

Somalia, 765
Passenger-ship safety amendments: 102; John-
son, 429; Miller, 173; Romania, 224
International regulations for preventing collisions,
1960: Australia, 581-582; Brazil, 866; China,
353
North Atlantic fisheries, convention on conduct of,
provisions, 635
Saint Christopher Nevis and Anguilla, treaties, agree-
ments, etc., 306
St. Lawrence Seaway, tolls, 554, 674
St. Vincent, treaties, agreements, etc., 306
Salisbury, Harrison: 321; Powell, 137; Rusk, 131
Salzman, Herbert (E. V. Rostow), 860, 863
San Marino, outer space treaty (1967) , 733
Satellites (see also Communications: Satellites,
Meteorological research, and Outer space) :
Communications stations proposed for Latin Amer-
ica (Johnson), 709
Development and importance (Pollack), 910
Surveys of water and related resources, proposed

use in, 763
Tracking facilities, access, outer space treaty pro-
visions for (Goldberg) , 82, 610



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



1005



Satellites — Continued

Treaties, agreements, etc. :

ESRO Alaska telemetry/telecommand station,
agreement for establishment and operation of,
36
Geodetic satellite observation stations, agree-
ments with: Japan, 86, 642; Mexico, 354
Satterthwaite, Joseph C, 651
Saudi Arabia:

Convention on offenses and certain other acts com-
mitted on board aircraft, signature, 765
Jidda desalination plant dedication, U.S. participa-
tion (Udall), 561
U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952
Seaborg, Glenn T., 90, 915 (quoted)
Scherer, Ray, 724

Schlesinger, Arthur (Goldberg), 511
Schroeder, Gerhard, 687, 688
Schultze, Charles L.: 237; Johnson, 659
SCI (International Scientific and Technological Af-
fairs, office of) , Pollack, 913
Science, Technology, and American Foreign Policy,

913
Science and technology:

China, U.S. survey team, 849

Europe (McGhee), 152

International cooperation: 657; Brzezinski, 414;

Humphrey, 488; Rusk, 239
Latin America: 713, 719, 887; Johnson, 709
NATO resolution, 50, 52
OECD cooperation: Humphrey, 166, 684; E. V.

Rostow, 22
Science and foreign affairs: Pollack, 910; Rusk,

238; Seaborg (quoted), 915
Soviet-U.S. exchanges, value (Katzenbach), 755
Technical data, exportation to Southern Rhodesia,

prohibition of. Executive order, 146
Technological forecasting: Pollack, 914; Rusk, 239
Technological gaps: 713; Humphrey, 165, 684; Mc-
Ghee, 148; Pollack, 912; Rusk, 238
U.N. role: Pollack, 912; Sisco, 459, 462
U.S. research and development (McGhee), 149
Water resources research and development, rec-
ommendations for: 763; Johnson, 903
Security Council, U.N.:
Arab-Israeli conflict:

Meeting called (Goldberg), 871
Role in and U.S. support: Goldberg, 100, 920,
925, 927, 934, 941, 944, 946; Johnson, 935, 951,
952; Rusk, 949
UNEP withdrawn vnthout action by (Johnson),
870
China, membership (Popper), 689
Documents, lists of, 36, 181, 437
Israeli-Syrian border dispute (Goldberg), 100
Peacekeeping operations :

Discussion delays, problem of (Goldberg), 944,

945
Primary responsibilities: 375; Goldberg, 143,
640, 872, 928; Palmer, 449; Rusk, 949



Security Council, U.N. — Continued
Peacekeeping operations — Continued
Soviet position (Sisco), 461

Veto, exercise of: Goldberg, 144, 638, 640, 839,
895 ; Sisco, 461
Resolutions :

Arab-Israeli conflict, cease-fire requests, 947, 948 \
Southern Rhodesia, mandatory sanctions against,

77
U.N. peacekeeping force in Cyprus, 6-month ex-
tension, 180n
Southern Rhodesia:

Mandatory sanctions against, and U.S. support:
373; Goldberg, 73, 99, 142; Palmer, 449
U.S. implementation, 145, 377
U.N. resolutions and U.S. support: 369, 375; Pal-
mer, 449, 457; Sisco, 68
U.S. deputy representative (Pedersen), confirma-
tion, 261
U.S. responsibilities as a permanent member

(Rusk), 784
Viet-Nam, role in. See under Viet-Nam
Seismographic research, 574
Selden, Armistead I., Jr., 476
Selective service (Powell), 137
Self-defense. See Defense
Self-determination :
Aden (Goldberg), 100
Africa, southern (Katzenbach), 955
Angola and Mozambique, need for (Goldberg), 290
Asia (see also Viet-Nam) : Bundy, 790; U. A. John-
son, 422
Importance and U.N. role (Sisco) , 67
Independent statehood not necessarily required:

Goldberg, 290 ; Nabrit, 32
Nigeria (Palmer), 649
South- West Africa: Goldberg, 99, 292, 888; Palmer,

648; Rogers, 302; Sisco, 68
Southern Rhodesia: 376; Goldberg, 99, 142;

Palmer, 456
U.N. Charter principles (Rusk) , 170, 875
U.N. covenants, 107, 112
U.N. resolution and U.S. support: Nabrit, 29, 30;

text, 32
U.S. support (Rusk) , 772
Viet-Nam. See under Viet-Nam.
Sender Freies Berlin, 358
Senegal :

Treaties, agreements, etc., 85, 765
Visit of Under Secretary Katzenbach, 756
Senghor, Leopold S. (quoted), 959
Sharp, U.S. Grant: 586, 594 ; Holt, 962
Sheet glass, proclamation modifying escape-clause

action, 216
Ships and shipping (see also Maritime Consultative
Organization, Intergovernmental) :
International waterways, U.S. position: Goldberg,
871, 921, 923, 926, 938; Johnson, 870, 922
(quoted) ; U Thant, 920 (quoted) , 921



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Ships and shipping — Continued
Passenger ships, IMCO fire safety standards rec-
ommendations: 102; Johnson, 429; Miller, 173
Southern Rhodesian exports, U.N. sanctions against
shipments of: 77, 374; Palmer, 449
U.S. implementation, Executive order, 146
Soviet vessel Turkestan, allegations of U.S. air

attacks and U.S. rejection, 953
Treaties, agreements, etc. :

International waterborne transportation, inter-
American convention (1963), on facilitation
of: U.S., 481, 581,641
Maritime traffic, international convention (1965),
on facilitation of, with annexes: Belgium,
Czechoslovakia, 305; Finland, 732; Iceland,
393; Ivory Coast, 694; Nigeria, 393; Soviet
Union, 85; Trinidad and Tobago, 732; U.S.,
481, 581, 613, 865
Entry into force, 305
NS Savannah, private company operation, agree-
ment re U.S. liability: Greece, 225
Pilotage services on the Great Lakes and St.
Lawrence Seaway, agreement with Canada
governing coordination of, 866
USS Cascade (destroyer tender), deployment of,

agreement with Malta, 225
Vessels, loans of, agreements with : New Zealand,
898; Philippines, 802
U.S. military supplies to Viet-Nam (Wheeler), 188
USS John F. Kennedij, christening ceremony

(Johnson), 959
U.S. 6th Fleet, allegations of involvement in Mid-
dle East, and U.S. reply (Goldberg), 935, 940
U.S. vessel, Israeli attack on: Goldberg, 943; John-
son, 952
Sierra Leone:

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 377
Treaties, agreements, etc., 154, 866, 930, 967
Sihanouk, Prince Norodom (Rusk) , 128, 129, 281, 619
Sindermann, Carl J., 71
Singapore:
Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 688
Economic progress (Bundy), 325, 791
Indonesia, relations with: Bundy, 792; Rusk, 744
Treaties, agreements, etc., 122, 182, 897
Sino-Soviet relations: Brzezinski, 419; Harriman,
817; Katzenbach, 2; Kohler, 9, 407; W. W.
Rostow, 493; Rusk, 132, 168, 781, 785; Solomon,
519
Viet-Nam, effect of: Rusk, 727, 786; Sisco, 461
Viet-Nam peace talks, effect on (Rusk), 44, 283
Sisco, Joseph J., 64, 458
Siscoe, Frank G., 71, 634
Sithole, Ndabaningi, 371
Skolnikoff, Eugene B., 913
Slavery :

Supplementary convention (1956) for the abolition
of slavery, the slave trade, and practices simi-
lar to : Afghanistan, 85 ; Luxembourg, 930
U.S. ratification urged (Goldberg) , 524



Slavery — Continued

U.N. International Covenants on Human Rights,

prohibition of, 113
White women, agreement (1949) for the suppres-
sion of trade in, as amended: Malta, 866
Smathers, George A., 476
Smith, Al (quoted), 936
Smith, Willard J. (Miller), 175
Smithsonian Institute, 667
SOLAS. See Safety of life at sea
Solomon, Anthony M.: 518, 555, 721; Miller, 174
Somali, Republic of:

AID programs (E. V. Rostow), 863

Treaties, agreements, etc., 225, 306, 438, 701, 702,

732, 765, 802
Visit of Under Secretary Katzenbach, 756
South Africa, Republic of:

Apartheid: Goldberg, 292, 891, 892; Palmer, 455;

Rogers, 302 ; Sisco, 68
South West Africa mandate, termination: 893;

Goldberg, 888, 889; Palmer, 648; Sisco, 68
Southern Rhodesia, support and aid in evading

sanctions, 374
Treaties, agreements, etc., 224, 353, 481, 733, 930
South West Africa:

ICJ decision: Goldberg, 144, 292; Palmer, 647;

Rogers, 302
Self-determination for, U.N. role in development
of: Goldberg, 292, 888; Palmer, 648; Rogers,
302; Sisco, 68
U.N. administration of: Goldberg, 99, 292, 888,
892; Palmer, 648; Rogers, 302; Sisco, 68
U.N. resolution, text, 893
Southeast Asia Treaty Organization:

Council of Ministers meeting, Washington: 516,
592; Rusk, 742
Text of communique, 745
U.S. delegation, 516
Military Advisers meeting, Washington, 516, 592
Thai support: Martin, 198, 852; Rusk, 598
Viet-Nam :

Importance of U.S. commitments under: John-
son, 515; Meeker, 62; Rusk, 133, 272, 776,
876
Position and support: Martin, 855; Rusk, 281,
743
Southeast Asian Ministers of Education (Martin),

196, 854
Southern Rhodesia:

Background: 366; Palmer, 449
Independence, U.K. conditions for: 368, 372, 377;
Palmer, 457, 646
U.S., contrasted with (Palmer), 451
International Wheat Agreement, 1967 protocol,

930
Land Apportionment Act (Palmer), 453
Racial discrimination in. See Racial discrimination
Rhodesian Front party (Palmer), 454
Soviet Union, position of, 374



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



1007



Southern Rhodesia — Continued
U.K.:

Responsibilities: 369, 375; Goldberg, 74, 143;

Palmer, 455, 647
Use of force against, questions of, 372, 374
U.K.-Rhodesian talks: 368; Goldberg, 76; Sisco, 67
U.N. resolutions and U.S. support, 369
U.N. sanctions:

Economic: 370; Goldberg, 142, 291; Palmer, 647
Legal basis for: 369, 374; Goldberg, 75
Mandatory: 373, 376; Goldberg, 73, 142; Palmer,
449, 647; Sisco, 68
Resolution, text, 77

South Africa and Portugal, importance to en-
forcement of, 371, 374
Sovereignty, equality of states, essential elements of

(Harris), 105
Soviet Union (see also Aggression, Communism, and
Sino-Soviet relations) :
Allegations of U.S. air attack on Soviet vessel

rejected, 953
Antiballistic missiles, U.S.-Soviet competition in:
575, 687; Humphrey, 489; Johnson, 160, 445,
569, 659; McNamara, 442, 687; W. W. Rostow,
501 ; Rusk, 43, 47, 171, 321, 361, 601, 875
Central Europe, nuclear weapons aimed at (Rusk),

361
Consular convention with U.S.: 614, 642; Hum-
phrey, 489; Johnson, 160, 287, 545, 659;
Katzenbaeh, 755 ; Kohler, 411 ; Rusk, 247
Economic problems: Harriman, 818; Katzenbaeh,

754; Kohler, 407; Solomon, 519
Food processing fair, Moscow, U.S. participation,

757
Germany, Federal Republic of, relations (Rusk),

363
ILO charges of forced labor practices (Goldberg),

527
India, grain shipments to (Johnson), 299
Industrial property, international participation

(Trowbridge), 885
INPRODMASH-67 (Trowbridge), 882
Italian Fiat automobile plant: Harriman, 819;
Katzenbaeh, 4 ; Solomon, 522 ; Trowbridge, 883
Leadership (Brzezinski), 417
North Africa, interests and influence (Palmer),

808, 811
Nuclear proliferation treaty, review of position on,

571
Oceanographic survey, cooperation with U.S.

(Sisco), 462
Outer space treaty, position on: Goldberg, 142, 604,

607; Rusk, 600; Sisco 460
Southern Rhodesia, position on, 374
Technological level (Humphrey) , 166
Trade :

Liberalization (Trowbridge), 885
U.S. See East-West Trade Relations Act of 1966
Treaties, agreements, etc., 37, 85, 224, 260, 305, 393,
614, 642, 930



Soviet Union — Continued
U.N.:

Arena for peaceful East- West engagement:

Humphrey, 489; Sisco, 458
Peacekeeping operations, position on: Goldberg,
101,895; Sisco, 461
U.S. citizens, convention of (Rusk) , 44, 248
U.S. relations:

Efforts to improve: 697; Humphrey, 487, 488,
681; Johnson, 159, 409 (quoted), 757; Katzen-
baeh, 753; Kohler, 8, 406; Niven, 774; E. V.
Rostow, 399, 403 ; W. W. Rostow, 495 ; Rusk,
363, 772
U.S. visit of Mrs. Svetlana Alliluyeva, effect

(Rusk), 782
Viet-Nam, effect on: Harriman, 821; Rusk, 171,
278, 877
U.S.-Soviet talks on limiting nuclear arms race,

proposed: Johnson, 445; BIcNamara, 444
U.S. trade missions (Trowbridge) , 882
Viet-Nam, arms supply to: Katzenbaeh, 753;

Kohler, 413; Rusk, 275, 466
World relations, development of: Harriman, 821;
Humphrey, 486; Meeker, 62
Space. See Outer space and Satellites
Spain :

Import quota controls removed, 246
Treaties, agreements, etc., 85, 354, 613, 642
Spivak, Lawrence E., 722

State Department (see also Foreign Service) :
Advisory panels: Johnson, 660; appointments, 16,

72, 651
Ambassador at Large (Lodge), confirmation, 674
Appointments and designations, 261, 765, 897
Assistant Secretaries of State, confirmation:

Battle, 674; Macomber, 482; Oliver, 968
Bureau of European Affairs, advisory panel, ap-
pointment, 17
Bureau of Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs,

72
Information and cultural programs, appropriations

request, FY 1968 (Johnson), 232, 236
Publications. See under Publications
Science briefings: Pollack, 916; Rusk, 238
Science office (Pollack), 913
U.S. mission chiefs in Europe, meeting, 599
Water for Peace Office, establishment: Johnson,

904 ; Rusk, 906
Work of (Rusk), 875
State of the Union (Johnson) , 158
Stateless persons and refugees, application (protocol
1) of the universal copyright convention: Italy,
481 ; Netherlands, 833
Steele, Hoyt P., 696, 697

Stevenson, Adlai : Johnson, 566 ; quoted, 293, 839, 896
Stoltenberg, Gerhard (McGhee), 152
Strategic trade controls. See Trade
Sudan:
AID programs (Rusk), 831



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Sudan — Continued

Convention (1965) on the settlement of investment
disputes betvceen states and nationals of other
states, 613
U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952
Sugar, International Sugar Agreement, 1958, proto-
col: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, 224; Bolivia,
481; Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Costa
Rica, 224; Congo (Brazzaville), 481; Cuba,
Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Dominican Republic,
Ecuador, El Salvador, France, Germany, Ghana,
224; Guyana, 393; Guatemala, 224; Haiti, 224;
Hungary, 224, 481; India, 224, 481; Indonesia,
Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Lebanon, Mada-
gascar, 224 ; Mexico, 224, 481 ; Morocco, Nether-
lands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Para-
guay, 224; Peru, 224, 481; Philippines, Poland,
Portugal, Republic of South Africa, Trinidad and
Tobago, Tunisia. Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics, U.K., U.S., 224
Sukhoruchenko, M. N., 216, 332
Sullivan, William L., Jr., 636
Sunay, Cevdet, 652, 653, 655
Sunobe, Ryoso, 178, 424
Suwito Kusumowidagdo, 172
Sweden :

Institute for Cultural Relations, 667

Nuclear power plant programs (Seaborg), 93

Treaties, agreements, etc., 154, 260, 481, 613, 732,

733, 930
U.S. Ambassador (Heath), confirmation, 674
Swidler, Joseph C, 907
Switzerland, treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 354, 393,

613, 733, 929, 930, 967, 968
Syrian Arab Republic (see also Arab-Israeli conflict) :
Israeli border dispute, U.N. peacekeeping role

(Goldberg), 100
Universal Postal Union, constitution, with final

protocols, 733
U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952

Taft, William Howard (Rusk), 270

Taiwan (see also China, Republic of; and Formosa) :

Economic progress: 337; Braderman, 661; Bundy,

791; Johnson, 848; E. V. Rostow, 401, 858, 862;

W.W. Rostow, 496; Rusk, 832

U.S. Aid to Taiwan: a Study of Foreign Aid, Self-

Help, and Development, 832n
U.S. military assistance (Johnson), 384
Visit of Ambassador Goldberg (Goldberg), 505,
509, 511
Talbot, Phillips (Rusk), 751
Tanzania :

AID programs (Rusk), 831
Visit of Under Secretary Katzenbach, 756
Tariff Commission, budget appropriation request,

FY 1968 (Johnson), 232
Tariff policy, U.S. (see also Economic policy and rela-
tions; Tariffs and trade, general agreement on;
and Trade) :



Tariff policy, U.S. — Continued

Most-favored-nation policy: 698; Blumenthal, 435 ;

Katzenbach, 3
National interests: Johnson, 696; Solomon, 556;

Trowbridge, 883
Philippines (Braderman), 663
Presidential discretionary authority: 698; Harri-

man, 819; Katzenbach, 3; Solomon, 521, 523
Sheet glass duties modified, proclamation: 216;

Johnson, 333
Watch movements escape-clause duty rates termi-
nated, proclamation: 217; Johnson, 333
Tariffs and trade, general agreement on:

Agreements, declarations, proces-verbal, and
protocols :
Accessions to, current actions on :

Argentina, provisional: Ivory Coast, 967;
Tunisia, 613

Third proces-verbal: Argentina, Australia,
Austria, Belgium, Canada, 613; Central
African Republic, 967; Denmark, Finland,
613; France, Germany, India, 733; Indo-
nesia, Israel, Japan, 613; Kenya, 733;
Netherlands, 613; New Zealand, 967;
Nigeria, Norway, 613; Pakistan, 967;
South Africa, 733; Sweden, Tunisia, Tur-
key, U.K., U.S., 613; Yugoslavia, 733
Iceland, provisional : Ivory Coast, 967 ; Tunisia,
613

Proces-verbal extending: Central African
Republic, 967; Tunisia, 613
Korea, protocol: Austria, 766; Central African
Republic, European Economic Community,
France, Germany, Italy, Japan, 968; Korea,
Netherlands, Turkey, 766; U.S., 766, 968
Switzerland, protocol: Central African Re-
public, 967; Germany, 224; Netherlands,
354; New Zealand, 733; Portugal, 613;
Spain, 354
Tunisia, provisional, third proces-verbal : Cen-
tral African Republic, 967
United Arab Republic, provisional: Ivory
Coast, 967

Second proces-verbal: Australia, Belgium,

Canada, 613; Central African Republic,

968; Denmark, Finland, 613; France,

Germany, 733; Greece, 613; India, 733;

Indonesia, Japan, 613; Kenya, 733;

Netherlands, 613; New Zealand, 968;

Nigeria, Norway, 613; Pakistan, 968;

Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, U.A.R.,

U.K., U.S., 613; Yugoslavia, 733

Yugoslavia, protocol: Austria, 733; Central

African Republic, 967; Chad, 354; France,

733; Netherlands, 354; U.S., 260

International trade in cotton textiles, protocol



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