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PEACE THROUGH DEEDS

5. Resolution 380 (V) of the General Assembly, November 17, 1950 . 168–169

UNITING FOR PEACE-COLLECTIVE MEASURES COMMITTEE

6. Address by the Secretary of State Before the General Assembly, Sep-

tember 20, 1950 (Excerpts).

169-179

7. Statement by the United States Representative Before the Political and

Security Committee of the General Assembly, October 13, 1950. 179–186

8. Resolution 377 (V) of the General Assembly, November 3, 1950. • 187–192

9. Letter From the Acting United States Representative at the United

Nations to the Secretary-General of the United Nations Regard-

ing United States Armed Forces Under Resolution 377 (V), June 8,

1951. .

192–193

10. United States Working Paper Prepared for the Consideration of the

Collective Measures Committee, August 4, 1954. , .

194-195

11. Third Report of the Collective Measures Committee, August 27, 1954. 195–200

PROBLEM OF DEFINING AGGRESSION

12. Review of the Problem: Statement Made in Committee VI (Legal) of

the General Assembly by the United States Representative, Octo-

ber 15, 1954

200–204

HUMAN RIGHTS

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(Universal Declaration of Human Rights, August 10, 1948]

204

13. Draft Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, June 1952.

204-218

14. Draft Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, June 1952. 219–227

15. Message From the President to the Commission on Human Rights at

Geneva, April 7, 1953. .

227–228

16. Statement by the United States Representative Before the Ninth

Session of the Commission on Human Rights, Geneva, April 8,

1953. .

228-231

17. Statement by the United States Representative Before the Ninth

Session of the Commission on Human Rights, Geneva, May 19,

1953. .

231-239

18. Texts of United States Draft Resolutions, May 7, 1953

239-244

19. Resolution 739 (VIII) of the General Assembly, November 28, 1953. 244–245

20. Resolution 833 (IX) of the General Assembly, December 4, 1954 . . 245-246

Non-SELF-GOVERNING TERRITORIES

21. Education for Responsibilities of Self-Government: Resolution 437

(V) of the General Assembly, December 2, 1950 . .

247

22. Cessation of Transmission of Information on Puerto Rico: Resolu-

tion 748 (VIII) of the General Assembly, November 27, 1953 . 247,249

23. Right of Peoples and Nations to Self-Determination: Resolution 637

(VII) of the General Assembly, December 16, 1952

249–251

24. Attainment of Self-Government or Independence: Resolutions 558 (VI),

752 (VIII), 858 (IX), and 946 (X) of the General Assembly,

1952-1955

251

A) Resolution 558 (VI), January 18, 1952

251-252

B) Resolution 752 (VIII), December 9, 1953

252-253

C) Resolution 858 (IX), December 14, 1954

253–254

D) Resolution 946 (X), December 15, 1955

254-255

25. Factors Indicative of the Attainment of Independence or of Other

Separate Systems of Self-Government: Resolution 742 (VIII) (with

Annex) of the General Assembly, November 27, 1953 .

255-261

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337

50. Statement Released by the Department of State to the Press, Decem-

ber 15, 1955

338

QUESTION OF THE REPRESENTATION OF CHINA

51. Resolution 490 (V) of the General Assembly, September 19, 1950 . 338–339

52. Resolution 396 (V) of the General Assembly, December 14, 1950 · 339-340

53. Senate Resolution 36 (82d Congress, 1st Session), January 23, 1951 . 340

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311-342

58. Address by the United States Permanent Representative at the Viited

Nations, April 19, 1954 (Excerpt)

342-343

59. Statement by the United States Representative Before the United

Nations General Assembly, September 21, 1954 (Excerpt)...

311

ANNIVERSARIES OF THE UNITED NATIONS

60. Address by the President Before the General Assembly, October 24,

1950..

345-350

61. Address by the Secretary of State Before the General Assembly, Sep-

tember 17, 1953

350-359

62. House Concurrent Resolution 157 (81th Congress, 1st Session), June
17, 1955 .

359-360

63. Address by the President at the Tenth Anniversary Meeting, San

Francisco, June 20, 1955 .

360-364

64. Address by the Secretary of State at the Tenth Anniversary Meeting,

June 24, 1955. .

361-370

ENTERING THE SECOND DECADE

65. Address by the Secretary of State Before the General Assembly,

September 22, 1955 :

370-380

66. Address by the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organ-

ization Affairs, January 13, 1956

380-390

PART III. POSTWAR SETTLEMENTS

TREATIES OF PEACE WITH ITALY, RUMANIA, BULGARIA, AND

HUNGARY, FEBRUARY 10, 1947

1. Report by the Secretary of State to the President, February 27, 1947 391–395

2. Statement by Former Secretary of State James F. Byrnes, March 4,

1947. :

395–404

3. Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, May 15, 1947

(Excerpts)

404-419

UNDERSTANDINGS REGARDING TRIESTE

4. Memorandum of Understanding Between the Governments of the

United States, Italy, and the United Kingdom, May 9, 1952. . 419-422

5. Statement Released to the Press by the Governments of the United

States and the United Kingdom, October 8, 1953.

422-423

6. Memorandum of Understanding Between the Governments of the

United States, Italy, the United Kingdom, and Yugoslavia,

October 5, 1954 .

423-425

SETTLEMENT WITH JAPAN

7. Treaty of Peace, September 8, 1951

425-410

8. Japanese Declaration of Intention To Accede to Certain International

Instruments, September 8, 1951.

440–441
623–626

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9. Japanese Declaration Regarding Allied Graves, Cemeteries, and

Memorials in Japanese Territory, September 8, 1951. .

441-442

10. Address by the President at San Francisco, September 4, 1951 . 442-447

11. Statement by the Special Representative of the President at San

Francisco, September 5, 1951 .

448–462

12. Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, February 14,

1952 (Excerpt).

463-483

RESTORATION OF SOVEREIGNTY TO THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF

GERMANY

13. Protocol on the Termination of the Occupation Regime in the Federal

Republic of Germany (Paris Protocol), October 23, 1954 . . 483-485

14. Convention on Relations Between the Three Powers and the Federal

Republic of Germany, May 26, 1952, as Amended by Schedule I

to the Protocol on the Termination of the Occupation Regime in

the Federal Republic of Germany, October 23, 1954 . .

486–498

15. Convention on the Rights and Obligations of Foreign Forces and Their

Members in the Federal Republic of Germany, May 26, 1952, as

Amended by Schedule II to the Protocol on the Termination of the

Occupation Regime in the Federal Republic of Germany, October
23, 1954 ..

498-538

16. Finance Convention, May 26, 1952, as Amended by Schedule III to

the Protocol on the Termination of the Occupation Regime in the

Federal Republic of Germany, October 23, 1954 . .. 539–556

17. Convention on the Settlement of Matters Arising out of the War and

the Occupation, May 26, 1952, as Amended by Schedule IV to the

Protocol on the Termination of the Occupation Regime in the

Federal Republic of Germany, October 23, 1954.

.. 557-607

18. Agreement on the Tax Treatment of the Forces and Their Members,

May 26, 1952, as Amended by Schedule V to the Protocol on the

Termination of the Occupation Regime in the Federal Republic of

Germany, October 23, 1954

607-610

19. Convention on the Presence of Foreign Forces in the Federal Republic

of Germany, October 23, 1954

610-612

20. Tripartite Agreement on the Exercise of Retained Rights in the Federal

Republic of Germany, October 23, 1954

612

[Agreement on the Saar Between the Federal Republic of Germany and

France With Accompanying Letters, October 23, 1954]

613

21. Report by the Secretary of State to the President, November 12, 1954. 613–623

22. Message by the President to the Senate, November 15, 1954

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23. Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, March 31, 1955 . 627-643

RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INDEPENDENT AND DEMOCRATIC AUSTRIA

24. Austrian State Treaty, May 15, 1955

643-675

25. Report by the Secretary of State to the President, May 27, 1955 . 676-682

26. Report of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, June 15, 1955. 682–697

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