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Aliens-Continued

Antarctic Seals, Convention for the
admission-Continued

Conservation of (1972), 714
labor certification, 126-129

Antarctic Treaty (1959), 104-110, 428,
nonimmigrant visas, 121

714
parole authority, 129–131

Antarctica
preference classifications, 122–123 conservation of seals in, 714
deportation

continental shelf, 110–111
constitutional safeguards, 144-146 Eighth Consultative Meeting under
conviction within five years of en- Antarctic Treaty, 104-107
try, 140-141

environmental protection, 105-107,
destination, 147–148

109
extended departure date, 146–147 legal status of, 107–110
failure to give Miranda warning, mineral resources, 104-110
144-145

offshore seismic survey, 110–111
and fraudulent entry, 141-143

Seventh Consultative Meeting under
principles of international law ap- Antarctic Treaty, 105
plicable to, 187–189

U.S. views regarding sovereignty,
prior conviction, 149

106-111
right to counsel, 146

Weddell and Ross Seas, exploration,
taking of depositions abroad, 148

428
employees at U.S. Embassies, social Anti-Ballistic Missile System Agree
security, 246-247

ment, U.S.-U.S.S.R. (1972), 836
employment

Protocol (1974), 842
labor certification, 126–129

Antitrust cases, standing of foreign
labor disputes, 126

governments to sue, 134-137
on vessel Seafreeze Atlantic, 421- Antitrust laws
422

Clayton Antitrust Act (1914), 30, 33,
summer emplo ent of students, 135, 624
132–133

foreign investment laws and regula-
surety bonds, 133

tions, 624
"entry” construed, 140-141

Sherman Antitrust Act (1890), 358,
equal protection of the laws, 134, 137- 603-605, 625, 704
140

and transnational corporations, 603
foreign investment in U.S., 618-629 Apartheid, 200-201, 223, 232, 554–559
illegal, standing to sue, 134

Aquatic Exploration Company, 110
inheritance of property, 137-140 Arab boycott
naturalization, 114

domestic laws and regulations re-
nonimmigrant visas, 124-125

garding, 200, 696-704
representation in INS proceedings, and most-favored-nation treatment,
132

704
Trust Territory residents, service in U.S. policy toward, 701
armed forces, 96–97

Arab League, 701
"All states" formula, 586

Arab Republic of Egypt. See Egypt
Altman & Co. v. United States (1912), Arab-Israeli dispute, 751, 757
308

Arbitration. See also Peaceful settle-
Ambassadors, U.S., selection of, 239

ment of international disputes
American Bar Association (ABA), 212,

international commercial
213

foreign recognition and enforce-
American Hawaiian Ventures v. M.VJ.

ment, 895–897
Latuharhary (1966), 365

Loucks v. Standard Oil Co. (1918),
American Society of International

896
Law, 15

Parsons & Whittemore Orerseas
Amnesty for political prisoners, U.S.

Co., Inc. v. Société Générale de
proposal, 219–221

L'Industrie du Papier (1974),
Amtorg Trading Corp. v. United States

895
(1934), 356

principles adopted by CSCE (1975),
Anaconda Company, The, 497

898
Anderson, Robert, 722, 832

Scherk v. Alberto-Culver Co. (1974),
Angola, 20–21, 33, 590, 758, 887

897

Arbitration Continued

nuclear reprocessing, 856
international commercial-Continued

nuclear weapons. See separate title
U.S.-Romania agreement on trade principles adopted by CSCE (1975),
relations, 897

786, 867
oil companies' rights in Libya, 489 Treaty on the Prohibition of the Em-
OPIC-Anaconda arbitration (1975),

placement of Nuclear Weapons of
497

Mass Destruction on the Seabed
OPIC-ITT claims settlement (1975),

and the Ocean Floor and in the
496

Subsoil Thereof (1971), statement
U.N. Convention on the Recognition

of Yugoslavia, 860
and Enforcement of Foreign Ar- U.S.-U.S.S.R. agreements
bitral Awards (1958), 896, 898

Anti-Ballistic Missile System, Limi-
U.S. Polish Fisheries Board, 763

tation of (1972), 836–841
Archeological Finds of the People's Re- Protocol (1974), 842
public of China, exhibit, 729

Standing Consultative Commis-
ARCO Corporation, 489

sion, establishment of (197
Argentina, 107, 332-334, 486, 805

841
Ariyoshi, George, 743

Strategic Offensive Arms, In-
Armed forces

terim Agreement on Certain
action in SS Mayaguez incident, 13,

Measures with Respect to
397, 423, 766, 777-783, 879_886

the Limitation of (1972), 836
clearance of Egyptian coastal | Arms Control and Disarmament Act
waters, 433-434

(1961), 324
evacuation of U.S. citizens and for- Arms embargoes
eign nationals, 867–879

India and Pakistan, 832
introduction into hos ilities, 886

South Africa, 833
mutual and balanced force reduc.

Turkey, 829
tions in Central Europe, 866 Arts and Artifacts Indemnity Act
Rules of Engagement in Viet-Nam,

(1975), 731
813

Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, 729
Trust Territory residents, 96-97 Asian Development Bank, 499

U.S. Marines in Thailand, 13-15 Association of the Bar of the City of
Armed Forces Appropriation Authori- New York, 212
zation Act (1972), 694

Asylum
Armistice Agreement, Korean (1953), denial of, 154-156
315, 820-827

diplomatic, 158–159
Armistice agreements, executive au- parole of aliens into U.S., discrimina-
thority for making, 314-315

tion as bar to, 131
Arms control and disarmament

revised draft convention (1975), 156–
chemical and biological weapons

158
chemical weapons, U.S. policy, 857- territorial
860

Declaration on (1967), 157
Convention on the Prohibition of Atlantic Tunas Convention Act (1975),
Bacteriological and Toxin

421
Weapons (1972), 857–860

Atomic energy
Conference of the Committee on Dis- export control, 675-677

armament (CCD), 842, 853, 854, foreign investment laws and regula-
858, 862

tions, 619, 620
conventional arms, 862

indemnity, 674
environmental modification, 862

multinational regional nuclear fuel
export controls and nuclear safe-

cycle centers, 856
guards, 675 677

nuclear testing, high seas,

430
international guardianship of nu- safeguards, 675-677
clear technology, 856

U.S. Egypt Joint Statement on
mutual and balanced force reduc- Proposed Cooperation in Fields
tions in Central Europe, 866

Pertaining to the Peaceful Uses
Non-Proliferation Treaty. See Non- of Atomic Energy, 673

Proliferation of Nuclear Weap- U.S.-Israel atomic energy agreement
ons, Treaty on (1968)

(1955), amended (1975), 672

Atomic energy-Continued

cabotage, 452
U.S.-U.K. agreement for cooperation

charter agreements

U.S.-Canada (1974), reservations
on uses of atomic energy for mu-
tual defense purposes (1958),

terminated, 455

U.S.-U.S.S.R. understanding (1975),
amended (1974), 674

465
Atomic Energy Act (1954), 674
Attorney General

Chicago Convention, 453, 466 469

Civil Aeronautics Board. See separate
and oil import control, 520

title
parole of refugees, 129–131, 150
regulations on representation of al-

Concorde supersonic transport, 469

Convention for the Suppression of
iens, 132
suggestion of interest in court pro-

Unlawful Acts against the Safety
ceedings, 611

of Civil Aviation (Montreal Con-
and summer employment of student

vention) (1971), 161, 163
aliens, 133

Convention for the Suppression

of Unlawful Seizure of Aircraft
Australia
and agreement establishing a finan-

(Hague Convention) (1970), 161,

163
cial support fund of the Organi-

Convention for the Unification of
zation for Economic Cooperation
and Development, 651, 665

Certain Rules Relating to Inter-
and proposed Antarctic seismic sur-

national Carriage by Air (War-

saw Convention) (1929), 456-460
vey, 110-111

Convention on International Civil
provisional arrest, extradition, 175-
176

Aviation (1944), 453, 466_469
and Puerto Rican self-determination,

customs regulations, 461
90-91

domestic law and regulation, 461-471
real estate tax exemption, 258,259

emergency landings, 461
territorial claims in Antarctica, 107

“fly U.S. flag" program, 462
trusteeship of Papua New Guinea,

foreign charter operations, 461, 465
69–70

foreign investment laws and regula-
Austria

tions, 619, 621

Hague Protocol (1955), 460
and agreement establishing a finan-

international flights, jurisdictional
cial support fund of the Organi-

issues, 458
zation for Economic Cooperation
and Development, 651, 665

liability of carrier, 456 458

Montreal Agreement (1966), 457, 460
consular immunities, 257-258

Montreal Convention (1971), 161, 163
Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and
Consular Rights with U.S. (1928),

noise regulation, 466-470

private air law, choice of law in dam-
258
and U.N. buffer zone, 828

ages, 459
Aviation

rebating practices, illegal, 470

South African Airways route, 464
air commerce regulations, 461
Air Services Transit Agreement

Soviet charter flights to U.S., 465

Warsaw Convention (1929), 456_460
(1944), 466, 469

Avis, 696
aircraft crimes
extradition, 169–175

Bahamas, spiny lobster resource, 404,
Hague Convention for Suppression 766

of Unlawful Seizure of Aircraft Bahrain, 705
(1970), 172–173

Baker, Donald I., 603
hijacking and sabotage, 168–175, Baker Island, U.S. sovereignty, 92-94
184, 198–199

Baldwin, Gordon B., 92, 93
U.S.-Cuba understanding (1973), Baltic nations, nonrecognition of Soviet
174, 198–199

annexation, 255, 331-332
bilateral air transport agreements Banco de Vizcaya v. Don Alfonso de
U.S.-Brazil (1946), 452

Borbon y Austria (1935), 374
U.S.-Netherlands (1957), 454

Banco Nacional de Cuba v. Fart (1967),
U.S.-Panama (1949), amendment 373
(1975), 453

Banco Nacional de Cuba v. Sabbatino
U.S.-U.S.S.R. (1966), 465

(1964), 32, 33, 354, 372–374

Bangladesh

Boxer Rebellion (1900), 875, 878
designated beneficiary developing Boycotts, 200, 696-704
country, 486

Braden Copper Company v. Le Groupe-
diplomatic relations, 34

ment d'Importation des Metaux
investment guaranty agreement (1972), 374
with U.S. (1975), 494

Brazil
Bank Holding Company Act (1956), 623 Air Service Transport Agreement
Bank of China v. Wells Fargo Bank and

(1946), 452
Union Trust Co. (1953), 32

and Geneva Conventions (1949), draft
Banking, foreign investment laws and

protocols, 805
regulations, 619, 622

human rights, 216
Bankruptcy Act (1898), 899

and law of sea negotiations, 442
Barbados, nationals of, nonimmigrant maritime transportation agreement
visas, 121

with U.S. (1968), 312
Bays, historic, 385, 388

and OAS sanctions, 692
Beall, J. Glenn, Jr., 704

shrimp fisheries agreement with U.S.
Belcher, Carl W., 256

(1975), 413 414
Belgium, 108, 174, 554, 651, 665, 806

sovereign immunity request, 342–344
Bennett, Jack F., 617

Breedlove v. Suttles (1937), 213
Bennett, W. Tapley, Jr., 69, 76, 81, 472, Bribery. See Foreign contributions by
478, 480, 555, 757, 820, 824

transnational corporations
Bentsen, Lloyd M., Jr., 294, 296, 297, Brice v. Pickett (1975), 149
298, 299, 300, 301, 307

Bricker Amendment, 315
Berlin

Brig Concord, The (1815), 462
and Quadripartite Agreement (1971), Brinegar, Claude S., 462
328–331

British Airways, 469
rights and responsibilities in, 328–329 British Virgin Islands
Berlin Blockade, agreement (1949), 315 employment of laborers from, 133
Bernstein v. N.V. Nederlandsche Ameri- nationals of, nonimmigrant visas, 121
kaansche, etc. (1954), 373

Broadcasting by satellite, 471-472
Bersch v. Drexel Firestone, Inc. et al. Brown, L. Dean, 150, 153
(1975), 629

Brussels Collision Liability Convention
Biaggi, Mario, 65

(1910), 448
Bills of Lading for the Carriage of Brussels Convention for the Unifica-

Goods by Sea, International Con- tion of Certain Rules relating to
vention for the Unification of Cer- the Immunity of State-Owned Ves-
tain Rules relating to (1924), 678

sels (1926), 364
Bingham, Jonathan, 890

Brussels Convention on the Liability of
Biological Warfare Convention (1972), Operators of Nuclear Ships (1962),
857–860

proposed reservation, 263–267
Biological weapons. See chemical and Buffum, William B., 482, 695

biological weapons under Arms Bulgaria
control and disarmament

consular convention with U.S. (1974),
Blackmun, Harry A., 142, 388

255,256, 257
Blanchard, Francis, 70

trade relations with, 549
Board of Immigration Appeals, 122–123 Bunker, Ellsworth, 438, 439
Boldt, George H., 415, 417

Bureau of International Expositions
Bolivia

(BIE), 730
designated beneficiary developing

Butler's Shoe Corp. v. Pan American
country, 486
and Gulf Oil Corporation, 596

World Air, Inc. (1975), 458
and OAS sanctions, 692

Buttes Gas and Oil Co. v. Hammer
United States ex rel. Lujan v. Gen-

(1975), 375
gler, 332–334

Buy American Act (1933), 622
Bork, Robert H., 372

Byelorussian SSR, terrorist incidents
Botswana, diplomatic residences, taxa- at Permanent Mission to U.N., 194
tion, 247

195
Boundary Waters Treaty, U.S.-Canada Byrd amendment, 693
(1909), 707

Byrne, Thomas F., 105

Cabotage

transboundary pollution issue, 707
foreign investment laws and regula- transit through Head Harbour Pas-
tions, 621

sage, 430
and U.S.-Brazil air transport services and U.N. buffer zone, 828
agreement, 452

and U.N. Command in Korea, 822
Cairo Museum, 730

weather modification, agreement
California v. Frito-Lay, Inc. (1973), 136 with U.S. for exchange of infor-
California Asiatic Oil Company, 490

mation (1975), 709
Cambodia

Canal Zone
AID-financed commodities in transit disposition of U.S. property interests
to, 589_590

in, 270
aid restriction, 152–153, 588-589

sovereignty, 439
application of Cambodian law in di- Canals, 433–439
versity action, 892

Cape Verde, Republic of, 35, 69
blocking of Cambodian assets, 635–Caravel Office Building Company, et al
638

v. The Peruvian Air Attache (1975).
and diplomatic relations, 27

241
evacuation of U.S. nationals, 869 Carlson, Jack W., 427
export control, 524-526

Carriage of Goods by Sea, Draft Con-
nationals of, parole into U.S., 129-131 vention on, 678
negotiating efforts, 749

Case, Clifford, 293, 310
refugees, U.S. assistance to, 150–153 Case Act (1972), 292-293, 295, 310, 317,
seizure of SS Mayaguez, 13, 397, 423, 325
766, 777–783, 879–886

Case of Certain Norwegian Loans: ICJ
termination of tariff preferences, 518 (1957), 266
travel restrictions, 119

Catto, Henry E., Jr., 245
Cameroon, 833

Center for Cultural and Technical In-
Canada

terchange between East and West,
air service agreement with U.S., non- 743
scheduled (1974), 455

Central African Republic, 486
Boundary Waters Treaty with U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 16,
(1909), 707

17
and conservation of polar bears, 713 Chad, resumption of full diplomatie re
employment of laborers from, 133

lations, 23
extradition to, 176-177

Challoner v. Day and Zimmermann,
import controls, lifting of, 522

Inc. (1975), 892
and International Commission for Chapman, C. Brewster, Jr., 92, 93

the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Chapman, L.F., Jr., 121, 124, 125, 126,
(ICNAF), 418-421

129, 131
and law of the sea, 384

Charlton v. Kelly (1913), 632
and Lima Declaration and Plan of Charter agreements. See under Avia-

Action on Industrial Develop- tion

ment and Cooperation (1975), 554 Charter of Economic Rights and Duties
marine pollution originating in, 443

of States (1974), 488, 508, 514, 554,
natural gas, export to U.S., 671

570, 575, 576–577, 585, 587, 601
North American Air Defense (NO- Chavez-Raya v. Immigration and Nata-

RAD) agreement with U.S. ralization Service (1975), 144
(1975), 797

Chemical and biological weapons. See
and OECD financial support fund under Arms control and disarma-
agreement, 651, 665

ment
Rush-Bagot agreement with U.S. Cheng v. Immigration and Naturaliza-
(1817), 323

tion Service (1975), 147
sewage disposal system, agreement Chicago and Southern Airlines, Inc. v.
with U.S. (1967), 312

Waterman Steamship Corp. (1948).
sockeye salmon fisheries in Fraser

541
River system, convention with Chicago Convention (1944), 453, 466 469
U.S. for protection, preservation Chile

and extension of (1930), 415 417 and Anaconda Company, 497
tax convention with U.S. (1942), 631 Antarctic claim, 107

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