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extending the arrangement on: 929; U.S., 967

1960-1961 Tariff Conference, protocol embodying

results of: Germany, 224, 306; Pakistan, 967



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



1009



Tariffs and trade, general agreement on — Continued
Agreements, declarations, etc. — Continued
Part I and articles XXIX and XXX, protocol

amending: Korea, 733
Part IV, entrance into force, prospects from : 70 ;

Blumenthal, 433
Schedule III — Brazil-protocol re negotiations for
the establishment of a new schedule: Korea,
733
Schedules, rectifications and modifications to the
texts of, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th protocols:
Korea, 733
Committee on Trade and Development: Blumenthal,

430; U.S. delegate, 430n
Contrasting party, admission as: Barbados, 482
Eastern European membership, need for: 699;

Brzezinski, 419; Humphrey, 488
International Trade Center (Blumenthal), 435
Kennedy Round:

Importance and U.S. support: 28, 70, 245, 339;
Blumenthal, 430; Humphrey, 488, 683; John-
son, 297, 333, 707, 756, 886; NATO, 50; E. V.
Rostow, 23, 27; Roth, 476, 880; Rusk, 359, 361;
Solomon, 556
Negotiations concluded: Johnson, 879; Roth, 879
U.S. participation, problems and conditions:
E. V. Rostow, 403, 860; Roth, 477; Rusk, 772
Yugoslavian membership (Harriman), 818
Taxation:
Double taxation, convention on avoidance of. See

Double taxation
Interest Equalization Tax, 342

Adjustment of rates needed: 344; Johnson, 335
Taylor, Maxwell D., 285, 514 (quoted), 586, 594
Tear gas and military gas, use of, 577
Technical assistance:
CENTO programs, 671

U.N. assistance to South West Africa requested,
894
Technical cooperation programs :

Agreements with: Afghanistan, 834; Somali Re-
public, 225, 438, 702, 802
Budget appropriations request FY 1968 (Johnson) ,

232
China, Republic of, 849
Latin America, 719
Water for Peace, 761
Technology. See Science and technology
Telecommunications (see also Radio) :

Convention (1965), international, with annexes:
Australia, Ceylon, 613; Congo (Brazzaville),
393; Denmark, 122; Finland, Guyana, 613;
Ireland, 766; Jordan, 766; Korea, 898; Leba-
non, 613; Lesotho, 967; Maldive Islands, 582;
Netherlands, 393; Nigeria, 613; Peru, 766;
Switzerland, 393; Tunisia, Uganda, 898; U.K.,
393; U.S., 733, 801
Educational TV: 719; Johnson, 15, 709; E. V.

Rostow, 405
Latin America, system proposed, 712



Territorial sea and the contiguous zone, convention

(1958), Goldberg, 923
Terry, William M., 919

Thailand (see also Association of Southeast Asia) :
AID programs (E. V. Rostow), 863
Asian Institute of Technology: 747; Martin, 196,

854 ^

Asian role: Martin, 196, 851; Rusk, 597
Communism, danger of: Bundy, 325; Martin, 853;

Rusk, 169, 275, 743, 832; SEATO, 746
Economic progress: 337; Braderman, 661; Bundy,
325, 791, 793; E. V. Rostow, 401, 858; W. W.
Rostow, 496; Rusk, 598
Outer space treaty, signature, 260
U.S. aid: Johnson, 384; Rusk, 827
U.S. air force use of Thai bases : 746, : Martin, 852 ;

Rusk, 597
U.S. relations: Martin, 198, 851; Thanat Khoman,

852 (quoted)
Viet-Nam, military aid to: 746; Bundy, 324, 792;
Johnson, 961; Martin, 198, 852, 853; W. W.
Rostow, 503 ; Rusk, 597 ; Westmoreland, 740
Thanat Khoman: 197, 747, 748 (quoted), 852, 854
Thieu, Nguyen Van, 586, 588, 591
Thuc, Nguyen Dang: 69 Lilienthal, 468
Thuc, Vu Quoc, 592
Tlateloleo, Treaty of, 436
Tobago. See Trinidad and Tobago
Togo:

Regional heavy equipment training center (Katzen-

bach), 958
Treaties, agreements, etc., 154, 182, 260

Amity and economic relations, treaty of, 181
Toon, Malcolm, 71
Topaloglu, Ahmet, 687, 688
Touring and tourism:

Eastern Europe: Harriman, 817; Humphrey, 682;

E. V. Rostow, 25
International Tourist Year, 695
North Africa: Palmer, 812; Woods (quoted), 810
Road traffic, convention (1954) re customs facili-
ties: Singapore, 122
Romania, cultural exchange arrangement renewed,

480, 482
U.S.-Soviet tourists, numbers compared: Kohler,

412; Rusk, 247
U.S. visitors visas with indefinite validity, 695
Trade (see also Agricultural surpluses; Economic
policy; Exports; Imports; and Tariff policy,
U.S.) :
Cotton. See Cotton

Eastern Europe and Soviet Union, trade with
West: 697; Harriman, 817; Humphrey, 488;
Johnson, 696, 757; Katzenbach, 4, 755; Solo-
mon, 519, 521; Trowbridge, 881
Expansion, importance and U.S. support: 339;
Johnson, 334; E. V. Rostow, 404; W. W.
Rostow, 497 ; Rusk, 772



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Trade — Continued

Latin America: 713; Blumenthal, 434; Johnson,
542, 707, 709; W. W. Rostow, 498; Rusk, 722
Declaration of the Presidents of America, text,
717
Less developed countries, 245, 338
North Africa (Palmer) , 807
OECD countries (Humphrey), 683
Soviet Union, Licensintorg (Trowbridge), 885
Strategic trade controls: 697; Harriman, 817;
Johnson, 696; Katzenbach, 4; Kohler, 10, 413;
Solomon, 518
Trade negotiations, U.S. special representative

(Roth), confirmation, 476n
Transit trade of land-locked states, convention
(1965), Chad, 733
U.N. Commission on International Trade Law
(Goldberg), 102
U.S. trade:

Balance on goods and surpluses, 341
Canada, automotive products, 732
Eastern Europe and Soviet Union, need to in-
crease (see also East-West Trade Relations
Act of 1966): Harriman, 818; Humphrey,
682; Johnson, 334, 757, 886; Katzenbach, 2;
Kohler, 10, 413 ; E. V. Rostow, 24 ; Rusk, 786 ;
Solomon, 518
U.S. trade missions (Trowbridge), 881
Foreign policy considerations: Johnson, 886;

Katzenbach, 3; Solomon, 555
Joint Mexican-U.S. Trade Committee, 2nd annual

meeting, 70
Korea, investment and trade study: 69, 554;

Chung, 553
Philippines (Braderman), 662
Policy objectives: Johnson, 757, Trowbridge, 881
Southern Rhodesia, prohibition of, Executive
order, 146
World Trade Week, 1967, proclamation, 756
Trade Expansion Act: Blumenthal, 433; Roth, 477;

Rusk, 361
Tran Van Do, 745, 747, 748
Transportation :

Africa (Katzenbach), 956
Latin America (Linowitz), 823
Mass urban transit (Johnson), 918
Viet-Nam, importance of: Komer, 469; Westmore-
land, 741
Travel (see also Touring and tourism) :

Foreign travel to U.S., encouragement: 344; John-
son, 335
Middle East, U.S. travel restricted, announcement,

952
U.S. travel restrictions:
Amendments, texts, 564
Extended, 102
Treaties, agreements, etc., 36, 85, 122, 154, 181, 224,
260, 305, 353, 392, 438, 481, 530, 581, 612, 641, 673,
701, 732, 765, 801, 833, 865, 897, 929, 967
Treaty on treaties, U.N. international conference,
proposed (Goldberg), 102



Treaties in force: A List of Treaties and Other In-
ternational Agreements of the United States in
Force on January 1, 1967, released, 288
Tremelloni, Roberto, 687
Trinidad and Tobago:

OAS membership: 464n; Johnson, 632; Rusk, 464
Treaties, agreements, etc., 84, 122, 182, 224, 581,
732, 898, 929
Trowbridge, Alexander B., 881
Truman, Harry S (quoted), 546, 547, 548, 550, 856
Truman Doctrine: E. V. Rostow, 857; 20th anniver-
sary, Johnson, 546, 547, 654; Sunay, 653, 655
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands:

Additional U.S. funds authorized (Johnson), 865
Disaster relief (Johnson) , 599

Economic and political progress (Johnson), 598
Tunisia:

Development, problems, and U.S. interests: Pal-
mer, 806 ; Rusk, 831
Treaties, agreements, etc., 85, 224, 260, 613, 642,

702, 898, 967
U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952
Turkel, Harry, 71
Turkestan, Soviet motor vessel, 953
Turkey :

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 172
Economic and political development: 337, 656, 670;
Gaud, 669; Johnson, 383, 547, 652, 654; E. V.
Rostow, 401, 858; W. W. Rostow, 496; Rusk,
830; Sunay, 655
Financing, problems of,' 338
NATO position and aid: 50, 657; Johnson, 652;

Sunay, 653, 655
OECD aid: 28; Johnson, 383
Treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 613, 766, 897
U.S. aid, 1968 estimate: Johnson, 234; Rusk, 830
U.S. military and economic assistance: 657; Gaud,

669; Johnson, 384; Sunay, 656
U.S. visit of President Sunay: 652; Johnson, 547

U Nyun (Martin), 196, 853

U Thant (see also United Nations and Viet-Nam),
Goldberg, 179
Arab-Israeli conflict, peacekeeping efforts. See

Arab-Israeli conflict
Outer space treaty signature ceremony, message,

268
U.N. Secretary-General, continuation in office as:

Goldberg, 15, 98; Johnson, 14; Rusk, 42
Viet-Nam :

Peace proposals: Goldberg, 839; Rusk, 618, 622;

U Thant, 138 ; text, 624
Peace talks, role in: Goldberg, 63, 98, 138, 839;
Johnson, 629; Rusk, 43, 45, 47, 620; U Thant,
625
Visit to Asia (Goldberg), 507, 513
U.A.R. See United Arab Republic
Udall, Stewart L.: 561, 907; Rusk, 906
UDEAC (Union Douaniere et Economique de
I'Afrique Centrale), 650



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



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Uganda :

AID programs (Rusk), 831
Treaties, agreements, etc., 701, 898
Visit of Under Secretary Katzenbach, 756
UNCTAD. See United Nations Conference on Trade

and Development
UNEF. See United Nations Emergency Force
UNESCO (Educational, Scientific and Cultural

Organization, U.N.), 897
UNFICYP. See United Nations Force in Cyprus
Unger, Leonard C, 586
Union Douaniere et Economique de I'Afrique Cen-

trale (Palmer), 650
United Arab Republic (see also Arab-Israeli con-
flict) :
Straits of Tiran, restriction of shipping: Goldberg,
871, 921, 923, 938; Johnson, 870; U Thant
(quoted), 920, 921
Treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 393, 613, 642, 733,

930, 967
U.S. Ambassador (Nolte), confirmation, 674
U.S. travel restrictions, announcement, 952
United Kingdom (see also names of self-governing
colonies) :
Aden, future withdrawal from (Goldberg), 100
Asia, role in (Bundy) , 791, 793
Balance-of-payments position, 347
BBC TV interview of Secretary McNamara, 442
British independent TV interview of Secretary

Rusk, 274
CENTO economic aid, 670
Economic problems (McGhee), 149
European Common Market, proposed membership :

Holt, 961 ; Rusk, 783
Foreign aid programs (Rusk), 830
Nuclear power plant programs (Seaborg), 92
Rhodesia. Sec Southern Rhodesia
Sir Montague Burton Lecture, University of Leeds

(W. W. Rostow),491
Treaties, agreements, etc., 37, 86, 122, 154, 224, 225,

260, 354, 393, 582, 613, 834, 930
U.S. NATO forces, deployment, 789
U.S. visit of Prime Minister Wilson, 963
United Nations:

Aden, possible U.N. participation in elections

(Goldberg), 100
Arab-Israeli conflict, role. See Arab-Israeli

conflict
Capital development fund resolution (Goldberg),

101
Charter. See United Nations Charter
Documents, lists of, 36, 181, 305, 437
East-West relations, role : Goldberg, 98 ; Harriman,

820 ; E. V. Rostow, 25 ; Sisco, 458
Headquarters of, amendment of supplemental

agreement (1966), 86
Human rights, role in: Goldberg, 524; Sisco, 67
International Covenants on Human Rights, texts,
107, 111
Optional protocol, 120



United Nations — Continued

Korea, supervision of elections (Goldberg), 101
Mekong River development, role: Bundy, 326;

Johnson, 334
Membership :

Barbados: 29n; Goldberg, 28; Sisco, 67
Communist China, question of: 849; Goldberg,
100; U. A. Johnson, 423; Popper, 689
Communist conditions for (Popper), 692
Increases in (Goldberg), 100, 290
Significance of: Goldberg, 872, 895; Sisco, 67
Outer space treaty, role in development of: 84,
577; Goldberg, 78, 98, 267, 602, 839; Rusk, 601;
Sisco, 460
Peacekeeping operations (see also Arab-Israeli
conflict. General Assembly, and Security
Council) :
Financing, problems of and U.S. position:
Goldberg, 101, 180, 636, 638, 895, 896; Johnson,
566
Importance and principles : 657 ; Goldberg, 179,
838, 862, 895, 928, 939; Harriman, 489; John-
son, 567, 629; Rusk, 363, 785; Sisco, 65
Need for improvement: Meeker, 63; W. W. Ros-
tow 502; Sisco, 65
Soviet and French refusal to pay assessments

(Goldberg), 101
Soviet-U.S. differences: Goldberg, 895; Sisco,

461
U.S. support (Rusk) , 271, 950
Racial discrimination, U.N. role in suppression of:

Goldberg, 292; Sisco, 66
Secretary-General :

Role of (see also Arab-Israeli conflict and Viet-

Nam) : Goldberg, 637, 640, 895; Sisco, 461
Visit to Near East. See Arab-Israeli conflict
Secretary-General U Thant, continuation in office:

Goldberg, 15, 98; Johnson, 14; Rusk, 42
Soviet Union, utilization of, for propaganda and

other purposes: Goldberg, 924; Sisco, 458
Special Committee on Friendly Relations (Nabrit),

31
Specialized agencies: 894; Goldberg, 839; Johnson,

297, 567; Pollack, 912; Sisco, 462
Turkey, support of (Johnson), 652
U.S. participation in the U.N., 20th annual report

(Johnson), 566
U.S. representatives, confirmation, 261
U.S.-Soviet furtherance of particular aims: Hum-
phrey, 489; Sisco, 458
U.S. support: Goldberg, 289; Johnson, 568; Nabrit,

31; Rusk, 772, 784
Viet-Nam. See Viet-Nam

Water development projects, U.S. recommenda-
tions: 762, 764; Johnson, 903; Rusk, 906
United Nations Charter:

Article 109, amendment: Argentina, 834; Hungary,
930; Mexico 834; U.S., 834, 898



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United Nations Charter — Continued

Obligations and responsibilities of member states

under: 107, 112, 375; Goldberg, 76, 100, 142,

291, 839, 895, 923, 927, 945 ; Meeker, 61 ; Nabrit,

31; Palmer, 449; Rusk, 950

Principles: 111; Churchill (quoted), 490; Johnson,

330; E. V. Rostow, 856; Rusk, 133, 170, 363,

874

Communist ideology, contrasted with (Sisco) , 463

Outer space treaty, application to: Goldberg 79;

Johnson, 387
Southern Rhodesia, application to: 176, 376;
Goldberg, 75, 142; Palmer, 449
SEATO support, 745

Self-defense, inherent right to: Meeker, 60; Rusk,
271
United Nations Commission on Human Rights, 110
United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of
Outer Space: 84; Goldberg, 267, 604; Sisco, 461
Resolution endorsing recommendations, 83n
United Nations Conference on Trade and Develop-
ment (Johnson), 567
United Nations Development Decade: 336; John-
son, 567
United Nations Development Program: 762; Gold-
berg, 839 1 Johnson, 567 ; Palmer, 650, 813
U.S. 1967 pledge, 764

Viet-Nam, FAO fisheries project, U.S. financial
support, 964
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe

(Harriman), 820
United Nations Emergency Force:

Casualties in Arab-Israeli conflict, U.S. regrets

(Goldberg), 939, 943
Financing (Goldberg), 638
Middle East:

Extension of (December, 1966) : Goldberg, 101
Withdrawal (May, 1967), U.S. position: Gold-
berg, 947; Johnson, 870
United Nations Force in Cyprus (NATO), 50
Extension (December, 1966), Goldberg, 179
U.S. pledge (Goldberg), 180
United Nations Office of Public Information (Sisco),

461
United Nations Organization for Industrial Develop-
ment (Johnson), 567
United Nations Truce Supervision Organization

(Sisco), 66
United States citizens and nationals:

Boycotts of Communist goods (Katzenbach), 2
Claims. See Claims

Communist propaganda, effect on (Rusk), 725, 775
Detention by Czechoslovakia (Kohler), 10
Foreign affairs advisory panels: 16; Johnson, 660
Middle East:

Status as neutrals (Rusk), 949, 950, 951
Travel restrictions, announcement, 952
Responsibilities of: Lodge, 800; Rusk, 131, 775
Responsibility of press to keep well informed (Mar-
tin), 851, 854



United States citizens and nationals — Continued
Rights abroad, consular convention with Soviet
Union: Johnson, 287, 545; Katzenbach, 755;
Kohler, 411 ; Rusk, 247
Selective Service, position on (Powell), 137
U.S. foreign policy based on (Rusk), 879
United States Information Agency, educational TV,

task force assignment (Johnson), 16
United States Travel Service (Johnson), 335
Universal copyright convention (1952), protocol 1 re
application to works of stateless persons and
refugees : Italy, 481 ; Netherlands, 833
Universal Postal Union, constitution (1964), with
final protocols : China, 85 ; Dahomey, Gabon, 801 ;
Ghana, 613; Guyana, 701; India, 353; Mauri-
tania, 701; Morocco, 967; New Zealand (includ-
ing Cook Islands, Niue, and the Tokelau Islands) ,
353; Nigeria, 801; Pakistan, 733; Spain (includ-
ing Spanish territories in Africa), 613; Sweden,
Syrian Arab Republic, 733; Tunisia, 85; Yugo-
slavia, 613; Zambia, 701
Upper Volta, outer space treaty, signature, 481
Urban development (Johnson), 918
Uruguay:

Economic level of development (Rusk), 723
Kennedy Round, importance to ( Blumenthal ) , 432
Treaties, agreements, etc., 260, 701

Vandenberg, Arthur, 838

Vatican City State, treaties, agreements, etc., 154, 930

Venezuela :

Communism, threat of: Harriman, 821; Rusk, 828
Economic level of development: 337; E. V. Rostow,

401,858; Rusk, 722, 829
Treaties, agreements, etc., 86, 260, 930
Viet-Nam:

Ambassador to U.S., credentials, 216

Amnesty program: 209; Komer, 470; Rusk, 279;

Wheeler, 191
Asia, importance to. See under Asia
Background (Meeker), 54
Baguio Chiefs of Mission meeting, 517
Cambodia, nonalinement: 285; Rusk, 128, 129, 281,

320, 619, 773
Cease-fire:
Communist infiltration increased during: John-
son, 365, 596; Rusk, 127, 128, 317, 320, 321, 364,
621, 776, 780; Westmoreland, 739
Communist proposals: Goldberg, 313; Ho Chi
Minh, 596; Johnson, 596; Lodge, 795; Rusk,
126, 276, 277, 317, 321, 364, 464, 622, 623, 776,
777, 878
Extensions of, proposed, and prospects from:
Goldberg, 63, 508, 840; Johnson, 537, 567;
Lodge, 798; Powell, 137; Rusk, 44, 277, 317,
320, 364, 516, 727, 776, 777, 780; U Thant, 139
Senator Kennedy proposals: Goldberg, 508;
Rusk, 516



INDEX, JANUARY TO JUNE 1967



1013



Viet-Nam — Continued
Cease-fire — Continued
Tet (Lunar New Year): 595; Goldberg, 310;
Johnson, 319; Komer, 471 ; Rusk, 126, 320, 620,
623, 780

Hostilities resumed (Johnson), 365
U Thant proposals: Goldberg, 138; Rusk, 126,
618, 622

U.S. acceptance: 626; U Thant, 139, 624
U.S. willingness for reciprocal ceasefire: 284,
626, 750; Goldberg, 62 (quoted), 63, 138, 313,
508, 841 ; Johnson, 319, 539, 596 ; Rusk, 126, 317,
319, 359, 464, 621, 622, 623, 727, 773, 776, 878
Communism, rejection of: Lodge, 796; Rusk, 279,

282, 619, 779
Communist aggression and subversion :

Casualties: 953; Johnson, 515, 536; Rusk, 45, 274,
727; Westmoreland, 741; Wheeler, 189
Civilian: 665; Johnson, 515, 536, 593, 594;
Rusk, 130, 135, 275, 276
Communist responsibilities: 953; Johnson,
515, 537; Rusk, 136, 275; Westmoreland,
739
Communist: Johnson, 535; McNamara, 466;

Rusk, 278, 727
Vietnamese: Johnson, 535-536; Rusk, 282;
Westmoreland, 741
Communism :

Defectors from: Martin, 194; Rusk, 278, 279,
726, 779; Westmoreland, 741
Communist China, position and support: Gold-
berg, 508; Kohler, 413; Popper, 691; W. W.
Rostow, 493; Rusk, 42, 172, 275, 280, 619, 727,
786; Wheeler, 191
Communist position: Ho Chi Minh, 596; Johnson,

629; Lodge, 798; Rusk, 127
Communist reliance on :

U.S. disagreements: Goldberg, 840; Rusk, 130,

620, 725, 744, 775
World opinion (Rusk) , 619, 620, 744
Communist responsibility: 953; Bundy, 790;
Johnson, 514; Nabrit, 30; W. W. Rostow, 503;
Rusk, 45, 127, 135, 272, 274, 282, 743, 776, 780,
876; SEATO, 745; Westmoreland, 738
Compared with (Rusk), 877

Korea: Meeker, 60; Rusk, 621, 778
Malaya, U.K. operations (Rusk), 279, 283
World War 11 (Lodge), 799
Deescalation, mutual {see also Cease-fire) :
Communist rejection (Rusk), 45, 622
U Thant proposals: Rusk, 622; U Thant, 139
U.S. position: 284, 750; Goldberg, 315, 506,
841; Johnson, 539; Rusk, 126, 317, 322, 465,
743, 775, 877
Escalation to major land war, question of:

Powell, 136; Rusk, 364; U Thant, 139
Guerrilla warfare, problems of: Johnson, 535,
593; Komer, 471; Lodge, 795, 799; Rusk, 278,
283,729; Taylor (quoted), 514; Westmoreland,
739



Viet-Nam — Continued

Communist aggression and subversion — Continued
Increases and U.S. responses: McNamara, 465,
466; Rusk, 134, 282, 318, 464, 876; Westmore-
land, 738
International law aspects (Meeker) , 57
Propaganda: 748; Lodge, 796; Martin, 194;

SEATO, 746
Soviet Union, position and support: Harriman,
821; Goldberg, 508, 513, 839; Kohler, 413;
Popper, 691; W. W. Rostow, 493; Rusk, 172,
275, 280, 466, 619, 727, 778, 786; Wheeler, 191
Test case for: Bundy, 790; Kohler, 8, 410;
Meeker, 62; W. W. Rostow, 494; SEATO, 746;
Thieu, 589; Westmoreland, 738
Demarcation line between North and South, sig-
nificance of (Meeker), 61
Demilitarized zone:

Geneva Accords provisions: Goldberg, 311;

Nabrit, 30; Rusk, 281
10-mile buffer area, U.S. proposal: 750; Rusk,
877
Devastation of country, question of (Rusk), 135
Diem government (Lodge), 799
Economic and social development: Goldberg, 506;
SEATO, 746
AID:

Budget request FY 1967 (Johnson), 233, 383
Commodity assistance programs, 1966 man-
agement report: Gaud, 200; text of re-
port, 201
Expenditures, 210
Medical assistance, increases, 664
Supplies, distribution (Komer), 469
Revolutionary development: 209, 592, 748; Gaud,
201; Goldberg, 511; Taylor, 286; Westmore-
land, 740
Vietnamese army cadre training program:
Komer, 470; Lodge, 796; Taylor, 287;
Wheeler, 191
U.S. goals and support: 285; Bundy, 325; Gold-
berg, 513; Johnson, 231, 516, 537, 587, 961;
Komer, 469; Lilienthal, 468; Rusk, 317, 831;
Wheeler, 186
U.S. programs, Communist participation: 285;
Goldberg, 311; Johnson, 162, 516, 535; Rusk,
281,317,773,787,877
U.S. study team, 69

Viet-Nam position: Lilienthal, 467; Thieu, 589
Education, 209

Guam conference: 586; Guerrero, 586; Johnson,
538, 587, 588, 589, 590, 592, 594; Thieu, 588,
591
Results, 665
Inflation control: 202; Gaud, 200; Goldberg, 514,
592; Johnson, 233, 589; Komer, 470; Rusk,
831; Taylor, 287
International Control Commission: Johnson, 515;
Meeker, 56; Rusk, 127



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Viet-Nam — Continued

International Control Commission — Continued

Role in and U.S. support: 750; Goldberg, 507;
Rusk, 620, 773, 778; U Thant, 625
Manila Conference, Viet-Nam aims and U.S. sup-
port: 748; Bundy, 794; Goldberg, 311; Thieu,
588
Memorial Day messages exchanged: Johnson,

Thieu, 917
Military and other aid from other countries: 552,
748, 749; Bundy, 324, 792; Chung, 552; John-
son, 549, 961 ; Martin, 198, 199, 852, 853 ; W. W.
Rostow, 503; Rusk, 133, 597; SEATO, 746;
Westmoreland, 740

Baguio meeting of Chiefs of Mission, 517

7-nation meeting of representatives, Washing-
ton: 517, 592; communique, 747; Johnson, 538
National Liberation Front (see also under Negotia-
tions for peaceful settlement) : Goldberg, 312,
842; Lodge, 797; Rusk, 135, 172, 280, 779
National reconciliation (pacification) program:
592, 748; Goldberg, 506, 510, 841-842, 843;
Johnson, 161, 536, 538, 593, 594; Komer, 470,
471; Lodge, 795, 796; Rusk, 129, 726, 779;
SEATO, 746; Taylor, 286; Wheeler, 191

U.S. support reorganized ( Bunker) , 844
Negotiations for peaceful settlement :

ANZUS, 749

Asian proposal (Martin), 196

Communist 4-points: Goldberg, 311, 842; Ho Chi
Minh, 597; Johnson, 537; Rusk, 172, 317, 773,
777

Communist position: 626; Goldberg, 840; Rusk,
126, 131, 277, 283, 322, 618, 622, 728

Communist rejection: 592, 626, 748; Johnson,
537, 538, 594, 630; Rusk, 129, 131, 618, 743, 773

Conferences, Asian or Geneva: 284; Goldberg,
315, 619 (quoted) ; Rusk, 281, 317, 618, 621, 773,
778,878; U Thant, 625

Johnson offer: 595; Johnson, 595; Rusk, 622, 776
Communist rejection: 596; Johnson, 629; Rusk,
618, 623

National Liberation Front:

As sole representative of Viet-Nam: Goldberg,

312, 842 ; Rusk, 277, 322, 777
Participation: Rusk, 622, 773; U Thant, 625

Peace efforts of other countries (Rusk) , 317, 618,
743, 773

Private contacts: Goldberg, 315; Rusk, 280, 317,
321, 623, 624, 778

Private discussion: Goldberg, 507, 513; Johnson,
539, 596; Rusk, 619

SEATO position, 745

Sino-Soviet problems, effect on (Rusk), 44, 132,
283

U Thant:

Proposals: 626; Goldberg, 839; Rusk, 618, 622;

U Thant, 624
Role in: Goldberg, 63, 98, 839; Rusk, 43, 45, 47,
126, 620, 773 ;U Thant, 625



Viet-Nam — Continued

Negotiations for peaceful settlement — Continued
U.S. 14-points : 284 ; Rusk, 281, 318
U.S. willingness: 570, 592, 626, 632, 657, 750;
Goldberg, 63, 98, 137, 310, 505, 507, 510, 840;
Johnson, 162, 236, 365, 538, 567, 587, 593, 594,
595, 629, 873; Meeker, 61; Rusk, 43, 47, 129,
133, 135, 172, 272, 281, 283, 317, 359, 465, 516,
618, 620, 743, 773, 778, 831, 877
"Apparent contradictions": Goldberg, 316, 512,
840; Powell, 137; Rusk, 135, 321, 619, 623,
777, 878
Without preconditions: 284, 626; Goldberg,
138, 510, 512; Johnson, 162, 535; Rusk, 43,
129, 317, 465, 621, 727, 743, 773, 777
Viet-Cong representation: 285; Goldberg, 312;

Rusk, 126, 135, 172, 280, 281; U Thant, 139
Viet-Nam government participation: 626, 749;
Goldberg, 842; Rusk, 620, 622, 624; U Thant,
625
Neutrality and nonalinement, U.S. position on:



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