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Sec. 228. Separate ledger accounts for NED grantees.
Sec. 229. Coordination of United States exchange programs.
Sec. 230. Limitation concerning participation in international expositions.
Sec. 231. Private sector opportunities.
Sec. 232. Authority to respond to public inquiries.
Sec. 233. Technical amendment relating to Near and Middle East research

and training.
Sec. 234. Distribution within the United States of certain materials of the

United States Information Agency.
Sec. 235. American studies collections.
Sec. 236. Educational and cultural exchanges with Tibet.
Sec. 237. Scholarships for East Timorese students.
Sec. 238. Cambodian scholarship and exchange programs.
Sec. 239. Increasing African participation in USIA exchange programs.
Sec. 240. Environment and sustainable development exchange program.
Sec. 241. South Pacific exchange programs.
Sec. 242. International exchange programs involving disability related mat-
ters.

PART C-MIKE MANSFIELD FELLOWSHIPS (SEE PAGE 921)
Sec. 251. Short title.
Sec. 252. Establishment of fellowship program.
Sec. 253. Program requirements.
Sec. 254. Separation of Government personnel during the fellowships.
Sec. 255. Mansfield Fellows on detail from Government service.
Sec. 256. Liability for repayments.
Sec. 257. Definitions.
TITLE III-UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING ACT (SEE PAGE

1105)
Sec. 301. Short title.
Sec. 302. Congressional findings and declaration of purposes.
Sec. 303. Standards and principles.
Sec. 304. Establishment of broadcasting Board of Governors.
Sec. 305. Authorities of the Board.
Sec. 306. Foreign policy guidance.
Sec. 307. International Broadcasting Bureau.
Sec. 308. Limits on grants for Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty.
Sec. 309. Radio Free Asia.
Sec. 310. Transition.
Sec. 311. Preservation of American jobs.
Sec. 312. Privatization of Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty.
Sec. 313. Requirement for authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 314. Definitions.
Sec. 315. Technical and conforming amendments.

TITLE IV–INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
PART A—UNITED NATIONS REFORM AND PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS
Sec. 401. United Nations Office of Inspector General ..............
Sec. 402. United States participation in management of the United Nations
Sec. 403. Sense of the Senate on Department of Defense funding for United

Nations peacekeeping operations .
Sec. 404. Assessed contributions for United Nations peacekeeping oper-

ations ........
Sec. 405. United States personnel taken prisoner while serving in multi-

national forces ......... Sec. 406. Transmittals of certain United Nations documents. (amends other

legislation] Sec. 407. Consultations and reports. (amends other legislation) ... Sec. 408. Transfers of excess defense articles for international peacekeeping

operations. (amends other legislation) Sec. 409. Reform in budget decision making procedures of the United Na

tions and its specialized agencies. (amends other legislation) Sec. 410. Limitation on contributions to the United Nations and affiliated

organizations .................................................................................................... Sec. 411. United Nations Security Council membership ..........

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Sec. 412. Reforms in the World Health Organization

Sec. 413. Reforms in the Food and Agriculture Organization

Sec. 414. Sense of Congress regarding adherence to United Nations Char-

ter .......

Sec. 415. Designated congressional committees ..............

Part B-GENERAL PROVISIONS AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Sec. 421. Agreement on State and local taxation

Sec. 422. Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe

Sec. 423. International Boundary and Water Commission. (amends other

legislation)

Sec. 424. United States membership in the Asian-Pacific Economic Coopera-

tion Organization ............

Sec. 425. United States membership in the International Copper Study

Group ...................................................................................................................

Sec. 426. Extension of the International Organizations Immunities Act to

the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Re-

sources. (amends other legislation]

Sec. 427. Inter-American organizations .......

Sec. 428. Prohibition on contributions to the International Coffee Organiza-

tion ...........

Sec. 429. Prohibition on contributions to the International Jute Organiza-

tion ....................................................................................................................

Sec. 430. Migration and refugee amendments. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 431. Withholding of United States contributions for certain programs of

international organizations. (amends other legislation) ...........

TITLE V-FOREIGN POLICY

PART A-GENERAL PROVISIONS

Sec. 501. United States policy concerning overseas assistance to refugees

and displaced persons ........

Sec. 502. Interparliamentary exchanges. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 503. Food as a human right .......

Sec. 504. Transparency in armaments .............

Sec. 505. Sense of the Senate concerning Inspector General Act .........

Sec. 506. Torture convention implementation. (amends other legislation) .....

Sec. 507. United States policy concerning Iraq ...........................

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

Sec. 509. Transfer of certain obsolete or surplus defense articles in the War

Reserve Allies Stock pile to the Republic of Korea ............
Sec. 510. Extension of the Fair Trade in Auto Parts Act of 1988. (amends

other legislation) ............

Sec. 511. Report on the use of foreign frozen or blocked assets

Sec. 512. Extension of certain adjudication provisions. (amends other legis-

lation]

Sec. 513. Policy regarding the conditions which the Government of the Peo-

ple's Republic of China should meet to continue to receive nondiscrim-

inatory most-favored-nation treatment ...............

Sec. 514. Implementation of Partnership for Peace ......

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Sec. 515. Policy toward Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and Burma ...................

Sec. 516. Peace process in Northern Ireland ..........

Sec. 517. Policy with respect to the establishment of an international crimi-

nal court ........................................................................................

Sec. 518. International criminal court participation ...

Sec. 519. Protection of first and fourth amendment rights

Sec. 520. Policy on termination of United States arms embargo .........

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

Sec. 522. Report on sanctions on Vietnam .........

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

Sec. 524. Amendments to the PLO Commitments Compliance Act. (amends

other legislation)

Sec. 525. Free trade in ideas. (amends other legislation) .................................

Sec. 526. Embargo against Cuba ........

Sec. 527. Expropriation of United States property ..........

Sec. 528. Report on Russian military operations in the independent states

of the former Soviet Union ......

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

Sec. 530. Enforcement of nonproliferation treaties

Sec. 531. Taiwan

Sec. 532. Waiver of sanctions with respect to the Federal Republic of Yugo-

slavia to promote democracy abroad ........

Sec. 533. Freedom of information exemption for certain Open Skies Treaty

data ..................................................................

Sec. 534. Study of democracy effectiveness.? .............

Sec. 535. Sense of Congress concerning United States citizens victimized by

Germany during World War II ......

Sec. 536. Reporting requirements on occupied Tibet ......

Part B-SPOILS OF WAR ACT

Sec. 551. Short title .........

Sec. 552. Transfers of spoils of war ..............

Sec. 553. Prohibition on transfers to countries which support terrorism ........

Sec. 554. Report on previous transfers ...........

Sec. 555. Definitions .............

Sec. 556. Construction. ............

PART C-ANTI-ECONOMIC DISCRIMINATION ACT

Sec. 561. Short title ...

Sec. 562. Israel's diplomatic status ...........

Sec. 563. Policy on Middle East arms sales. (amends other legislation) ...

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

Sec. 565. Prohibition on discriminatory contracts .....

PART D-THE CAMBODIAN GENOCIDE JUSTICE ACT

Sec. 571. Short title .........

Sec. 572. Policy ...........

Sec. 573. Establishment of State Department Office ......................

Sec. 574. Reporting requirement .......

Part E~MIDDLE EAST PEACE FACILITATION

Sec. 581. Short title ............................

Sec. 582. Findings .............

Sec. 583. Authority to suspend certain provisions .......

TITLE VI–PEACE CORPS

Sec. 601. Authorization of appropriations ....

Sec. 602. Amendments to the Peace Corps Act. (amends other legislation)

TITLE VII-ARMS CONTROL

Part A-ARMS CONTROL AND NONPROLIFERATION ACT OF 1994

(SEE PAGE 1194)

Sec. 701. Short title; references in part; table of contents. (amends other

legislation]

Sec. 702. Congressional declarations; purpose.

Sec. 703. Purposes. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 704. Repeals. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 705. Director. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 706. Bureaus, offices, and divisions. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 707. Scientific and Policy Advisory Committee. (amends other legisla-

tion)

Sec. 708. Presidential Special Representatives. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 709. Policy formulation. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 710. Negotiation management. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 711. Report on measures to coordinate research and development.

Sec. 712. Verification of compliance. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 713. Negotiating records. (amends other legislation)

a Sec. 1(w) of Public Law 103-415 (108 Stat. 4302) struck out "Effectiveness of democracy pro
grams" and inserted in hieu thereof “Study of democracy effectiveness".

Sec. 714. Authorities with respect to nonproliferation matters. (amends

other legislation)

Sec. 715. Appointment and compensation of personnel. (amends other legis-

lation]

Sec. 716. Security requirements. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 717. Reports. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 718. Funding. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 719. Conforming amendments. (amends other legislation)

PART B AMENDMENTS TO THE ARMS EXPORT CONTROL ACT

Sec. 731. Limitation on authority to transfer excess defense articles.

(amends other legislation)

Sec. 732. Reports under the Arms Export Control Act. (amends other legis-

lation)

Sec. 733. Prohibition on incentive payments under the Arms Export Control

Act. (amends other legislation]

Sec. 734. Missile technology exports to certain Middle Eastern and Asian

countries. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 735. Notification of Congress on certain events involving the Missile

Technology Control Regime (MTCR). (amends other legislation)

Sec. 736. Control of reexports to terrorist countries. (amends other legisla-

tion)

TITLE VIII–NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION PREVENTION ACT

Sec. 801. Short title .......

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Part A-REPORTING ON NUCLEAR EXPORTS

Sec. 811. Reports to Congress. (amends other legislation)

PART B-SANCTIONS FOR NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION

Sec. 821. Imposition of sanction procurement on persons engaging in export

activities that contribute to proliferation ..........

Sec. 822. Eligibility for assistance. (amends other legislation)
Sec. 823. Role of international financial institutions. (amends other legisla-

Sec. 824. Prohibition on assisting nuclear proliferation through the provi.

sion of financing .............

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

Sec. 826. Amendment to the Arms Export Control Act. (amends other legis-

lation]

Sec. 827. Reward. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 828. Reports. (amends other legislation)

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Sec. 829. Technical correction. (amends other legislation)

Sec. 830. Definitions ...........

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Sec. 831. Effective date

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PART C—INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY

Sec. 841. Bilateral and multilateral initiatives .......

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Sec. 842. IAEA internal reforms

166

Sec. 843. Reporting requirement ............................................................

167

Sec. 844. Definitions ..........

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Part D-TERMINATION

Sec. 851. Termination upon enactment of next Foreign Relations Act ........... 168

TITLE IX-COMMISSION ON PROTECTING AND REDUCING GOVERNMENT

SECRECY

Sec. 901. Short title ........................... .......................................................

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Sec. 902. Findings ............

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Sec. 903. Purpose .............

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Sec. 904. Composition of the Commission ......................

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Sec. 905. Functions of the Commission ...............................................

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Sec. 906. Powers of the Commission ......................................

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Sec. 907. Staff of the Commission ......

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Sec. 908. Compensation and travel expenses .............

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Sec. 909. Security clearances for Commission members and staff ..................
Sec. 910. Final report of Commission; termination ..........

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TITLE 1-DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND RELATED AGENCIES

PART A-AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS SEC. 101. ADMINISTRATION OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS.

(a) IN GENERAL.—The following amounts are authorized to be appropriated for the Department of State under "Administration of Foreign Affairs" to carry out the authorities, functions, duties, and responsibilities in the conduct of the foreign affairs of the United States and for other purposes authorized by law, including the diplomatic security program:

(1)3 DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR PROGRAMS.–For “Diplomatic and Consular Programs", of the Department of State

3 The Department of State and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1994 (title V of Public Law 103-121; 107 Stat. 1185), provided the following:

"DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR PROGRAMS "For necessary expenses of the Department of State and the Foreign Service not otherwise provided for, including expenses authorized by the State Department Basic Authorities Act of 1956, as amended; representation to certain international organizations in which the United States participates pursuant to treaties, ratified pursuant to the advice and consent of the Senate, or specific Acts of Congress; acquisition by exchange or purchase of passenger motor vehicles as authorized by 31 U.S.C. 1343, 40 U.S.C. 481(c) and 22 U.S.C. 2674; $1,704,589,000, and in addition not to exceed $665,000 in registration fees collected pursuant to section 38 of the Arms Export Control Act, as amended, may be used in accordance with section 45 of the State Department Basic Authorities Act of 1956, 22 U.S.C. 2717, and in addition not to exceed $1,185,000 shall be derived from fees from other executive agencies for le located at the International Center in accordance with section 4 of the International Center Act (Public Law 90-553, as amended by section 120 of Public Law 101-246), and in addition not to exced $15,000 shall be derived from reimbursements, surcharges, and fees for use of Blair House facilities in accordance with section 46 of the State Department Basic Authorities Act of 1956 (22 U.S.C. 2718(a)) and for expenses of general administration: Provided, That notwithstanding section 502 of this Act, not to exceed 20 percent of the amounts made available in this Act in the appropriation accounts, 'Diplomatic and Consular Programs' and 'Salaries and Expenses' under the heading 'Administration of Foreign Affairs' may be transferred between such appropriation accounts: Provided further, That any transfer pursuant to this section shall be treated as a reprogramming of funds under section 605 of this Act and shall not be available for obligation or expenditure except in compliance with the procedures set forth in that section.".

For fiscal year 1995, the Department of State Appropriations Act, 1995 (title V of Public Law 103–317; 108 Stat. 1760), provided the following:

"DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR PROGRAMS "For necessary expenses of the Department of State and the Foreign Service not otherwise provided for, including expenses authorized by the State Department Basic Authorities Act of 1956, as amended; representation to certain international organizations in which the United States participates pursuant to treaties, ratified pursuant to the advice and consent of the Sen. ate, or specific Acts of Congress; acquisition by exchang cles as authorized by 31 U.S.C. 1343, 40 U.S.C. 481(c) and 22 U.S.C. 2674; and for expenses of general administration $1,731,416,000: Provided, That hereafter all receipts received from a new charge from expedited passport processing shall be deposited in this account as an offsetting collection and shall be available until expended: Provided further, That hereafter all receipts received from an increase in the charge for Immigrant Visas in effect on September 30, 1994, caused by processing an applicant's fingerprints, shall be deposited in this account as an offsetting collection and shall remain available until expended. Or the funds appropriated under this heading: not to exceed $4,000,000 shall be available for grants, contracts, and other activities to conduct research and promote international cooperation and environmental and other scientific issues; not to exceed $600,000 shall be available to carry out the activities of the Commission on Protecting and Reducing Government Secrecy; and not to exceed $300,000 shall be available to carry out activities of the Omice of Cambodian Genocide Investigations. None of the funds appropriated under this heading shall be available to carry out the provisions of section 101(bX2XE) of Public Law 103-236.

"Or the funds provided under this heading, $28,356,000 shall be available only for the Diplo matic Telecommunications Service for operation of existing base services and $15,000,000 shall be available only for the enhancement of the Diplomatic Telecommunications Service (DT cept that such latter amount shall not be available for obligation until the expiration of the 15day period beginning on the date on which the Secretary of State and the Director of the Diplo

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