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Section 239General Provisions and Powers
141
Section 240BProhibition on Noncompetitive Awarding
147
Subtitle BCredit Assistance
153
Title IXUtilization of Democratic Institutions in Development
161
Chapter 8International Narcotics Control
191
Chapter 9International Disaster Assistance
214
Chapter 10Development Fund for Africa
225
Chapter 11Support for the Economic and Democratic Develop
232
Section 585Limitations
302
istration of Foreign Currencies
318
Section 620Prohibitions Against Furnishing Assistance
323
Section 620AProhibition on Assistance to Governments
337
Section 620FNuclear NonProliferation Policy in South
344
Chapter 3Miscellaneous Provisions
376
Section 643Saving Provisions
377
Section 644Definitions
378
Section 645Unexpended Balances
381
Authorities
382
Section 654_Presidential Findings and Determinations
383
Section 655Annual Military Assistance Report
384
Section 656Annual Foreign Military Training Report
385
Section 660Prohibiting Police Training
386
Section 661Trade and Development Agency
389
Section 663Exchanges of Certain Materials
393
Personnel
394
Part IV
397
Section 702Definitions
398
Section 704Reduction of Certain Debt
399
Section 705Repayment of Principal
400
Section 708Americas Framework Agreements
401
Section 709Enterprise for the Americas Board
403
Section 710Annual Reports to the Congress
404
Part V
405
Section 802Findings and Purposes
407
Section 803Definitions
408
Section 804Establishment of the Facility
409
As a Result of Credits Extended Under Title I of the Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act
411
Section 808Authority to Engage in DebtforNature Swaps and Debt Buybacks
412
Section 809Tropical Forest Agreement
414
Section 810Tropical Forest Fund
415
Section 811Board
416
Section 813Annual Reports to the Congress
417
b Arms Export Control Act Public Law 90629
420
Transfer of Items in the War Reserves Stockpile for Allies Korea Public Law 109159
543
Naval Vessels Transfer Act of 2005 Public Law 109134
545
Countries Act of 2005 Public Law 10995 partial text
554
h Millennium Challenge Act of 2003 Public Law 108199
571
HELP Commission Act Public Law 108199
589
Public Law 108175
596
q Jobs Through Export Act of 1992 Public Law 102549
740
r Overseas Private Investment Corporation Amendments Act of 1988
749
t International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1985 Pub
757
Title IVOther Foreign Assistance Programs
768
Section 502Coordination of All United States TerrorismRe lated Assistance to Foreign Countries
769
Section 506 International AntiTerrorism Committee
770
nization Standards
771
Section 559Effective Date
772
Section 611Assistance for Bolivia
773
Section 612Assistance to Peru
774
Section 615Latin American Regional Narcotics Control Orga nization
775
Section 619Drug Trafficking and the Problem of Total Con fidentiality of Certain Foreign Bank Accounts
776
Title VIIWestern Hemisphere
777
Section 703Assistance for Guatemala
780
Section 704Refugees in Honduras
782
Section 706Military Assistance for Paraguay
783
Section 709Comprehensive Reports on Assistance for Latin America and the Caribbean
784
Section 714International Advisory Commission for the Carib bean Region
785
Section 716Rural Electrification
787
Section 719_Reports on Foreign Debt in Latin America
788
Section 722Nicaragua
789
Title VIIIAfrica
799
Section 802Economic Support Assistance for Southern Africa
800
Section 803Policy Toward South African Homelands
801
Title LXAsia
804
Title XIIIMiscellaneous Provisions
810
International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1981 Pub
819
Section 716Use of Chemical and Toxic Weapons
825
Section 727Assistance for El Salvador
831
Public Law 96533 partial text
837
tial text
850
z International Development and Food Assistance Act of 1978 Public
864
ernization of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Korea
869
Law 9588 partial text
875
ee International Development and Food Assistance Act of 1975 Public
887
Section 56Repayment of Loans in Default
894
hh Foreign Assistance Act of 1971 Public Law 92226 partial text
901
ij Foreign Military Sales Act Amendments 1971 Public Law 91672
908
Foreign Assistance Act of 1968 Public Law 90554 partial text
915
Foreign Assistance Act of 1963 Public Law 88205
921
b Continuing Appropriations Fiscal Year 2006 Public Law 10977
1012
Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Defense the Global
1022
e Foreign Operations Export Financing and Related Programs Appro
1034
g Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Defense and for
1042
h Emergency Wartime Supplemental Appropriations Act 2003 Public
1054
Kenneth M Ludden Foreign Operations Export Financing and
1060
APPENDICES
1161
INDEX
1207

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