American Foreign Policy, 1950-1955: Basic Documents, Volumen2

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Note From the United States High
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Joint Declaration by the United States
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Tripartite Declaration May 27 1952
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Note From the American
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Note From the American Ambassador
1767
Instruction From the Secretary
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E Austrian State Treaty Negotiations 19501953
1779
Statement to the Press by the Secretary of State October 25 1950 17821784
1782
Note From the American Chargé dAffaires at Moscow to the Soviet
1786
Note From the American Ambassador at Moscow to the Soviet Foreign
1788
Note From the Allied High Commission to the Chancellor of
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Note From the American Embassy at Moscow to the Soviet Foreign
1809
Statement to the Press by the Secretary of State July 12 1950 18231824
1823
The Abbreviated Draft Treaty With Austria March 13 1952 18291832
1829
Convention on the Presence of Foreign Forces in the Federal Republic
1830
Note From the American Embassy at Moscow to the Soviet Foreign
1835
Note From the United States Government to the Soviet Government
1841
Austrian State Treaty May 15 1955
1842
Note From the United States Government to the Austrian Govern
1848
Text of Treaty December 2 1954 945947
1849
Statement by the Secretary of State February 10 1954 Excerpts 18551858
1855
Statement by the Secretary of State February 15 1954 Excerpt 18611864
1861
Communiqué by the Foreign
1870
Statement by the President on United States Policy Respecting
1872
Summary of Austrian Treaty Negotiations December 20 1952
1877
Declaration by the Governments of the United States the United
1884
Message by the President to the Congress
1887
Statement by the Secretary of State July 20 1955 18901891
1890
Directive of the Heads of Government of the Four Powers to
1896
EUROPEAN REGIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
1898
Statement by the Secretary of State October 28 1955 19031907
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Protocol to the North Atlantic Treaty on the Accession of the Federal
1916
Proposal by the American British and French Delegations November
1921
THE SOVIET UNION
1926
Department of State
1926
Address by the Secretary of State
1926
Address by the Secretary
1926
NEAR EAST
1926
Message From the Presi
1926
Letter From
1926
Note From
1963
Communiqué
1966
Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations February
1969
Application by the United States to the International Court of Justice
1976
Agreement September 19 1950 10121037
1987
Economic and Cultural Relations
1989
Statement by the Secretary of State Before the Senate Committee
1992
Note From the American
1995
Statement by the Department of State November 15 1955 20022004
2002
Statement by the President July 18 1955 20092012
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THE INTERAMERICAN TREATY OF RECIPROCAL ASSISTANCE R10
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Statement by the Secretary of State October 31 1955 20212025
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Geneva Meeting of Foreign Ministers October 27November
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Statement by the Secretary of State November 15 1955 20312032
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THE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY
2035
Work of the United Nations Disarmament Commission 19521953
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Quadripartite Communiqué November 16 1955
2039
Tabular Data Released by the Department of State April 24 1952 20502051
2050
Statement by the Department of State March 26 1954
2057
Statement to the Press
2058
Total Diplomacy To Strengthen United States Leadership
2059
Address by the Secretary of State
2063
EASTERN EUROPEAN COMMUNIST REGIMES AND
2067
Address by the Secretary of State November
2070
Note_From the American Legation at Budapest to the Hungarian
2078
TRAVEL OF AMERICAN CITIZENS IN IRON CURTAIN COUNTRIES
2084
Statement by the Department of State October 28 1952 274
2085
Text of Treaty April 4 1949 812815
2087
Remarks by the Secretary of State to the Latvian Chargé dAffaires
2090
ΓΗΕ Page
2095
Czechoslovak Protest Regarding Arrival of American Balloons
2113
Statement by the Secretary
2123
Message From the Acting Secretary of State to the President of
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Statement by
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Note From the United States Representative at
2143
Statement
2149
Cessation of Distribution of The Romanian News and News From
2156
Hostile Activities of the Soviet Union and Its Allies Against Yugo
2163
Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations February
2167
Summary of Statement by
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Final Communiqué of the Brussels Conference of Foreign Ministers
2175
Address by the Secretary
2176
Statement by the Secretary
2182
B The North Atlantic Treaty Organization
2187
Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations June 6 1949 825852
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Senate Concurrent Resolution 18 April 4 1951 82d Congress
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Mutual Defense Assistance Agreement Between the United States
2194
Agreement
2207
Pact of the League of Arab States March 22 1945
2212
Agreement Between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Egypt
2223
Treaty of Joint Defense and Economic Cooperation Between
2224
Statement by the Department
2229
Statement by
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Report of the SecretaryGeneral on Personnel Policy January
2240
JURISDICTIONAL DISPUTES AND BORDER INCIDENTS
2241
Note Verbale From the Representative of the United States at
2247
IsraeliEgyptian Obligations To Cooperate with the United Nations
2248
Text of Treaty September 8 1951 885886
2252
THE STATUS OF JERUSALEM
2254
E The Iranian Oil Controversy
2261
Agreement for Friendly Cooperation Between the Dominion of Pakistan
2272
Message From
2275
Inappropriateness of United Nations Consideration of the Algerian
2277
Fifth Report by the United Nations Representative for India
2286
Statement by the Secretary of State at a News Conference December
2294
REVIEW OF THE CHARTER
2298
Statement by the Secretary of State
2300
Statement by
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Final Act of the Conference
2304
Universal Declaration of Human Rights August 10 1948
2307
Statement by the Depart
2366
Resolution 609A VII of the General Assembly October 25 1952 341
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Address by the Secretary of State Before the General Assembly
2376
Views of the United States and France on the Eve of the Geneva
2381
Statement by the President
2397
Agreement Between the Parties to the North Atlantic Treaty Regard
2416
Interim Security Arrangements Upon Termination of Allied Occupa
2423
Restoration of Japanese Sovereignty Over the Amami Oshima Islands
2430
Mutual Defense Assistance Agreement March 8 1954 24372441
2437
Joint Statement by
2443
Relations With Certain Countries
2445
E The Republic of China on Formosa Taiwan and Communist China
2448
Resolutions 558 VI
2449
Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations May 15 1947
2453
Review of United States Policy in Relation to China Replies by
2456
Treaty of Friendship Alliance and Mutual Assistance Between
2463
Revised Mission of the United States Seventh Fleet in the Formosa
2475
Address by the Secretary of State Novem
2476
Agreement Between the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty
2478
Statement by the United States Representative Before the General
2480
Employment of United States Armed Forces in Defense of the Formosa
2483
Memorandum From the SecretaryGeneral of the United Nations
2490
Statement by
2496
Negotiations With Communist China for a CeaseFire Arrangement
2504
Imprisonment of United States Nationals by Chinese Communist
2510
Address by the Secretary
2515
Negotiations at the Ambassadorial Level for the Release of United
2516
Note From
2522
The Far Eastern
2532
Extension of the Economic Assistance Program for the Republic
2533
Address by the Secretary of State Before the General Assembly Sep
2542
ICELAND
2547
Resolution of the United
2550
First Report to the Security Council by the United Nations Command
2560
Address by
2566
Report of the United
2572
Message
2578
Statement Made in Committee VI Legal
2583
Special
2584
Principles Adopted by the United Nations Group on a CeaseFire
2601
QUESTION OF THE REPRESENTATION OF CHINA
2602
Statement
2608
United Nations Strategic Embargo Against Communist China
2614
United States Embargo Action Against Communist China and North
2622
Initial Exchanges Between Soviet and United States Representatives
2636
Proposal by the United Nations Com
2642
Vote From the American Ambassador at Moscow to the Soviet For
2647
Statement by the Secretary
2649
Memorandum of Understanding Between the Governments of
2651
Letter
2658
Understanding of the Senate in Advising Ratification of the Status
2662
F The Communist Germ Warfare Campaign 19511953
2666
Discussion of Germ Warfare Charges in the Eighth United Nations
2672
Resolution on the Holding of a Far Eastern Conference Agreed to
2685
SixteenNation Declaration on Korea Issued at the Geneva Confer
2692
Results of the Korean Phase of the Geneva Conference on Korea
2695
Approval of Report on the Korean Phase of the Geneva Conference
2701
THE WORK OF NATO
2705
Statement
2708
Operation of the Korean Armistice Machinery 19531955
2715
Request for Investigation of Violations of the Korean Armistice
2718
J Relations Between the United States and the Republic of Korea Respecting
2729
Termination of Combatant Activities in the Area of Korea as
2736
B Consolidation of the Approach to Disarmament 19511952
2745
Proposal Submitted
2759
Supplementary Working Paper
2765
Decisions With an Introductory State
2794
E Negotiations for the Establishment of a United Nations Disarmament
2805
Proposed International Atomic Energy Agency and International Con
2823
G Consideration of Methods of Disarmament Inspection 1955
2841
Declaration by the Gov
2844
Proposal for Conclusion of an International Convention Treaty
2849
H Sharing of United States Atomic Energy Information 19541955
2853
Statement Issued
2860
Message by the President to the Congress
2861
Agreement Between
2877
PORTUGAL
2883
Treaty of Friendship Cooperation and Mutual Assistance Between
2884
Report of the Presidents Materials Policy Commission Paley Report
2893
Factors Indicative of the Attainment of Independence or of Other
2905
PEACEFUL SETTLEMENTS UNDER THE INTERAMERICAN PEACE
2924
Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954
2941
Message by the President to the Congress
2948
Treaty of Peace September 8 1951 425440
2955
Communiqué by the Secretary
2975
Agreement Between
3014
Public Law 86 84th Congress
3022
Second Report of the InterAmerican Peace Committee February
3030
B The Mutual Defense Assistance Program 19491951
3038
Article on the Conference Between
3043
Establishment of the Office of International Security Affairs in
3045
THE EUROPEAN COAL AND STEEL COMMUNITY
3060
E Mutual Defense Assistance Control Program 19511955
3101
F Mutual Security Program 19541955
3105
Release of
3140
Additional Revision of Administering Authority Under the Mutual
3152
G Statistical Review of the Foreign Aid Programs 19451955
3158
INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION AND EDUCATIONAL
3161
Presidential
3168
Reorganization Plan No 8 of 1953 Establishing the United States
3184
ORGANIZATION AND SPECIAL RESPONSIBILITIES
3204
Report of the Secretary of States
3211
Convention Containing the Transitional Provisions April 18 1951 10791097
iii
Government Contributions by Years as of May 31 1955 Chart 262265
viii
Communiqué Issued at Paris by the Foreign Ministers of the Nine
ix
Report of the InterAmerican Peace Committee on the Controversy
xi
Letter From the Delegations of the United States the United King
xiii
Resolution 350 XII of the Economic and Social Council March
xiv
Trieste
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