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Section 426. Extension of the International Organizations Im-

munities Act to the International Union for Conservation of

Nature and Natural Resources ..

Section 427. Inter-American organizations

Section 428. Prohibition on contributions to the International

Coffee Organization

Section 429. Prohibition on contributions to the International

Jute Organization.

Section 430. Migration and refugee amendments. (amends other

legislation)

Section 431. Withholding of United States contributions for cer.

tain programs of international organizations ....

Title V-Foreign Policy .......

Part A-General Provisions .........

Section 501. United States policy concerning overseas assistance

to refugees and displaced persons ......

Section 502. Interparliamentary exchanges

Section 503. Food as a human right

Section 504. Transparency in armaments

Section 505. Sense of the Senate concerning Inspector General

Act ...........

Section 506. Torture convention implementation .........................

Section 507. United States policy concerning Iraq ......................

Section 508. High-level visits to Taiwan ...........

Section 509. Transfer of certain obsolete or surplus defense arti.

cles in the War Reserve Allies Stockpile to the Republic of

Korea .......

Section 510. Extension of the Fair Trade in Auto Parts Act of

1988 .....

Section 511. Report on the use of foreign frozen or blocked as-

sets ..........

Section 512. Extension of certain adjudication provisions.

(amends other legislation)

Section 513. Policy regarding the conditions which the Govern-

ment of the People's Republic of China should meet to continue

to receive nondiscriminatory most-favored-nation treatment .....

Section 514. Implementation of Partnership for Peace .................

Section 515. Policy toward Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and

Burma .............................................................

Section 516. Peace process in Northern Ireland ......

Section 517. Policy with respect to the establishment of an

international criminal court

Section 518. International criminal court participation ................

Section 519. Protection of first and fourth amendment rights .....

Section 520. Policy on termination of United States arms embar.

go ..........

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Section 521. Sense of Senate on relations with Vietnam .............

Section 522. Report on sanctions on Vietnam .............

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Section 523. Report on People's Mujaheddin of Iran .............

Section 524. Amendments to the PLO Commitments Compliance

Act. (amends other legislation)

Section 525. Free trade in ideas

Section 526. Embargo against Cuba

Section 527. Expropriation of United States property .............

Section 528. Report on Russian military operations in the inde-

pendent states of the former Soviet Union ...........

Section 529 United States policy on North Korea ..............

Section 530. Enforcement of non proliferation treaties ..................

Section 531. Taiwan ...........

Section 532. Waiver of sanctions with respect to the Federal

Republic of Yugoslavia to promote democracy abroad ................

Section 533. Freedom of information exemption for certain Open

Skies Treaty data ................

Section 534. Study of democracy effectiveness

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victimized by Germany during World War II .........

Section 536. Reporting requirements on occupied Tibet ...

Part B Spoils of War Act .............

Section 551. Short title ............

Section 552. Transfers of spoils of war .......

Section 553. Prohibition on transfers to countries which support

terrorism ....

Section 554. Report on previous transfers

Section 555. Definitions .....................

Section 556. Construction. ............

Part CAnti-Economic Discrimination Act ...................

Section 561. Short title ...........

Section 562. Israel's diplomatic status ...........

Section 563. Policy on Middle East arms sales .............

Section 564. Prohibition on certain sales and leases .......

Section 565. Prohibition on discriminatory contracts ...........

Part D-The Cambodian Genocide Justice Act .....

Section 571. Short title ......

Section 572. Policy .......

Section 573. Establishment of State Department Office

Section 574. Reporting requirement

Part E–Middle East Peace Facilitation

Section 581. Short title .......................................................

Section 582. Findings ...........

Section 583. Authority to suspend certain provisions .........

Title VI—Peace Corps ..................................

Section 601. Authorization of appropriations ............

Section 602. Amendments to the Peace Corps Act ........

Title VII-Arms Control ........

Part A-Arms Control and Nonproliferation Act of 1994 (see page

1194)

Section 701. Short title; references in part; table of contents.

[amends other legislation)

Section 702. Congressional declarations; purpose. (amends other

legislation)

Section 703. Purposes. (amends other legislation]

Section 704. Repeals. (amends other legislation)

Section 705. Director. (amends other legislation)

Section 706. Bureaus, offices, and divisions. (amends other legis.

lation)

Section 707. Scientific and Policy Advisory Committee. (amends

other legislation)

Section 708. Presidential Special Representatives. (amends

other legislation)

Section 709. Policy formulation. (amends other legislation)

Section 710. Negotiation management. (amends other legisla-

tion)

Section 711. Report on measures to coordinate research and de-

velopment. (amends other legislation)

Section 712. Verification of compliance. (amends other legisla-

tion]

Section 713. Negotiating records. (amends other legislation)

Section 714. Authorities with respect to non proliferation mat-

ters.

Section 715. Appointment and compensation of personnel.

(amends other legislation)

Section 716. Security requirements. (amends other legislation)

Section 717. Reports. (amends other legislation)

Section 718. Funding. (amends other legislation)

Section 719. Conforming amendments. (amends other legisla-

tion)

Part B-Amendments to the Arms Export Control Act

Section 731. Limitation on authority to transfer excess defense

articles. (amends other legislation)
Section 732. Reports under the Arms Export Control Act.

(amends other legislation)

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Export Control Act. (amends other legislation)

Section 734. Missile technology exports to certain Middle East-

ern and Asian countries. (amends other legislation)

Section 735. Notification of Congress on certain events involving

the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR). (amends other

legislation)

Section 736. Control of reexports to terrorist countries. (amends

other legislation)

Title VIII— Nuclear Proliferation Prevention Act ...........

Section 801. Short title ................

Part A-Reporting on Nuclear Exports

Section 811. Reports to Congress. (amends other legislation]

Part B-Sanctions for Nuclear Proliferation .........

Section 821. Imposition of sanction procurement on persons en-

gaging in export activities that contribute to proliferation

Section 822. Eligibility for assistance

Section 823. Role of international financial institutions

Section 824. Prohibition on assisting nuclear proliferation

through the provision of financing ..................

Section 825. Export-Import Bank. (amends other legislation)

Section 826. Amendment to the Arms Export Control Act.

(amends other legislation)

Section 827. Reward. (amends other legislation)

Section 828. Reports ........

Section 829. Technical correction. (amends other legislation)

Section 830. Definitions ...

Section 831. Effective date ..............

Part C-International Atomic Energy Agency ...

Section 841. Bilateral and multilateral initiatives .............

Section 842. IAEA internal reforms

Section 843. Reporting requirement ..............................................

Section 844. Definitions ...............................

Part D-Termination .............

Section 851. Termination upon enactment of next Foreign Rela.

tions Act .............................................

Title IX-Commission on Protecting and Reducing Government Se.

crecy .........

Section 901. Short title ...............

Section 902. Findings

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Section 903. Purpose.

Section 904. Composition of the Commission ............

Section 905. Functions of the Commission ................

Section 906. Powers of the Commission ................................

Section 907. Staff of the Commission ..........................................

Section 908. Compensation and travel expenses

Section 909. Security clearances for Commission members and

stall ........

Section 910. Final report of Commission; termination ..........

d. Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (Pub-

lic Law 102-138) (partial text)

Section 1. Short title

Section 2. Table of contents ..............

Title 1-Department of State ......................

Part A-Authorization of Appropriations ............

Section 101. Administration of foreign affairs ................

Section 102. International organizations and conferences ..........

Section 103. International commissions ............

Section 104. Migration and refugee assistance .....................

Section 105. Other programs ....

Part B-Department of State Authorities and Activities

Section 116. Multiyear contracting for Moscow

Section 122. Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Ar-

faire ........

Section 125. Maintenance management of overseas property ......

Section 128. Visa lookout systems ...........

Section 129. Prohibition on issuance of Israel-only passports ......

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Section 132. Construction of diplomatic facilities .............

Section 134. Special agents ............

Section 136. Study of construction security needs

Part D-Personnel ........

Section 150. Commission to study personnel questions at the

Department of State .........

Section 151. Foreign national employees separation pay .............

Section 154. Compensation for loss of personal property incident

to service ............................................................................................

Section 155. Language training in the Foreign Service ..............

Part E-International Organizations ...........

Section 161. Material donations to United Nations peacekeeping

operations .....................

Section 164. Permanent International Association of Road Con-

gresses ..........

Section 168. British-American Interparliamentary Group ...........

Section 169. United States delegation to the Parliamentary As-

sembly of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Eu-
rope (CSCE) ....

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Section 170. Report concerning the United Nations Educational,

Scientific, and Cultural Organization ................

Section 172. Intergovernmental negotiating committee for a

framework convention on climate change report ........

Section 174. Housing benefits of the United States mission to

the United Nations ...........

Section 175. Enhanced support for United Nations peacekeep-

ing ..................................................***

Section 176. Special purpose international organizations ...........

Section 177. Great Lakes Fishery Commission ...

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Section 178. Inter-American organizations

Section 179. International Coffee Organization ............

Section 180. Appointment of special coordinator for water policy

negotiations and water resources policy ......

Section 181. Employment of U.S. citizens by international orga-

nizations ............

Part F-Miscellaneous Provisions ......

Section 192. Implementation of the Nairobi forward-looking

strategies for the advancement of women .........

Section 193. Study of technical security and counterintelligence

capabilities

Section 194. Study of sexual harassment at the Department of

State ...........

Section 195. Prohibition against fraudulent use of “Made in

America” labels .....

Section 196. Deadline for responses to questions from congres.

sional committees .....

Section 197. International credit reports .......

Section 198. Foreign Relations of the United States Historical

Series ........

Title III—Miscellaneous Foreign Policy Provisions

Part A-Foreign Policy Provisions ....

Section 371. Persian Gulf war criminals

Section 303. Reports concerning China

Section 304. Report on terrorist assets in the United States .......

Part B-Arms Control and Proliferation .........

Section 322. Policy on Middle East arms sales .....

Section 324. Report on Chinese weapons proliferation practices .

Section 325. Report on SS-23 missiles ............

Part C-Declarations of Congress ..............

Section 351. Reciprocal diplomatic status with Mexico .........

Section 352. United States presence in Lithuania, Latvia, and

Estonia ...

Section 353. Laotian-American relations ..................

Section 354. POW/MIA status ............

Section 355. China's illegal control of Tibet ...............

Section 356. Release of prisoners held in Iraq ...............

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Section 357. Policy toward Hong Kong .....

Section 358. Policy toward Taiwan .......

Section 359. Human rights abuses in East Timor ...

Section 360. Support for new democracies

Section 361. Policy regarding United States assistance to the

Soviet Union and Yugoslavia ..........

Section 363. United States tactical nuclear weapons designed

for deployment in Europe ............

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Section 364. United States support for UNCED ...........

Title IV-Arms Transfers Restraint Policy for the Middle East and

Persian Gulf Region .............

Section 401. Findings ...........

Section 402. Multilateral arms transfer and control regime ........

Section 403. Limitation on United States arms sales to the re-

gion

Section 404. Reports to the Congress

Section 405. Relevant congressional committees defined .............

e. International Peacekeeping Act of 1992 (Public Law 102–311) (partial

_text) .......................................... ....

f. Foreign Relations Persian Gulf Conflict Emergency Supplemental Au.

thorization Act, Fiscal Year 1991 (Public Law 102–20) (partial text) ..

Section 1. Short title ..................

Section 2. Salaries and expenses .............

Section 3. Emergencies in the diplomatic and consular service ...

Section 4. Special purpose passenger motor vehicles ...........

Section 5. Agency for International Development emergency

evacuation expenses

Section 6. Burdensharing ...

g. Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991 (Pub-

lic Law 101-246) (partial text)

Section 1. Short title and table of contents ...................................

Title 1-Department of State ............

Part A-Authorization of Appropriations; Allocations of Funds; Re-

strictions ...............

Section 101. Administration of foreign affairs ..............

Section 102. International organizations and conferences ............

Section 103. International commissions ............

Section 104. Migration and refugee assistance ..............

Section 105. Other programs ...

Part B-Department of State Authorities and Activities; Foreign Mis-

sions

Section 115. Enhancement of evacuation capability and proce-

dures regarding major disasters and incidents abroad affecting

United States citizens .........

Section 124. Opening a United States consulate in Bratislava ....

Section 125. Construction of United States embassy in Ottawa ..

Section 126. Voluntary pilot program for increased participation

by economically and socially disadvantaged enterprises in for-

eign relations activities ..........

Section 127. Report on Reorganization of the Department of

State

Part C—Diplomatic Immunity, Reciprocity, and Security

Section 131. Exclusion of aliens previously involved in serious

criminal offenses committed in the United States .......................

Section 136. Increased participation of United States contractors

in local guard contracts abroad under the diplomatic security

program ................

Part D-Personnel ..........

Section 149. Foreign Service internship program ...............

Section 151. Danger pay allowance ......

Section 152. Judicial review of certain Foreign Service griev.

ances

Section 153. Broadening the cultural, geographic, and ethnic

representation of the Foreign Service and the Department of

State ..........

Section 154. Report to Congress concerning polygraph program.

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