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Chile-Continued

Claims
debt rescheduling agreement with against German Democratic Repub-
U.S. (1975), 644

lic, deadline for filing, 492
human rights in, 182–184, 219

antitrust damage claims by foreign
and illegal apprehension, 336–338

governments, 134-137
internal affairs, 16

conflicting claims in Caribbean area,
and International Telephone and

768
Telegraph Company (ITT), 496 deep seabed, 427-428
and OAS sanctions, 692

defaulted dollar bonds, 485
Paris Club agreement (1975), 644

espousal of, in expropriation cases,
territorial sea claim, 398

488-489
China

executive authority in making of
Boxer Rebellion (1900), 875, 878

agreements, 315
People's Republic of

losses by noncitizens, 484
agreement on archeological exhibi- OPIC-Anaconda arbitration (1975),
tion in U.S. (1974, 1975), 729

497
blocked assets, 642

OPIC settlement (1975), 496
and diplomatic relations, 28–29

U.S.-Polish Fisheries Board, 763
foreign assets control regulations, Claims settlement agreements
640

U.S.-France (1975), 493
and normalization of relations, 790

U.S.-German Democratic Republic
and Pacific Doctrine (1975), 789

Agreed Minute on Negotiations
and recognition policy toward Concerning the Establishment of
South Korea, 29

Diplomatic Relations (1974), 492
and U.N. Disengagement Observer U.S.-Hungary (1973), 492
Force (UNDOF), 819

U.S.-Peru, interim arrangement
U.N. mission, tax exemption, 64

(1975), 493
U.S. policy toward, 28-29

Clayton Act (1914), 30, 33, 135, 624
and Viet-Nam peace agreement Cleaver, Eldridge, 171
(1973), 773

Clingan, Thomas A., Jr., 395, 396, 418,
Republic of

419
Foreign Service Institute School in, Clipperton Island Cases, 94

agreement with U.S. (1969), 312 Coast Guard
scientific and technical cooperation deepwater port regulation, 439 441

agreement (1969), extended and marine pollution, 442-443
(1975), 726

search and rescue, 429-430
and U.S.-P.R.C. relations, 28-29

seizures of fishing vessels, 397, 399
Chinese American Civic Council et al. visits to Howland, Baker and Jarvis
v. Attorney General (1975), 123

Islands, 92
Chissano, Joachim Alberto, 29

Coastal seabed economic area. See un.
Chi-Wai Lui v. Pilliod (1973), 124

der Sea, law of
Chrome from Southern Rhodesia, 693 Cocoa negotiations, 507
Chunhawan, Chatchai, 14

Code of conduct for transnational en-
Church, Frank, 701

terprises, 598, 601, 606, 608
Circular 175, 295–296, 301, 311, 320-323 Code of Federal Regulations
Citizenship. See Nationality

Title 8, § 1, 132; $ 103.6(d)(2), 133;
Civil Aeronautics Board

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$ 211.6, 125–126; $ 212.1, 120-121;
and Concorde supersonic transport,

$ 212.5, 131; $ 214, 124–125, 133;
469

$ 242, 148; $ 292, 132
disapproval of Pan American/Aero- Title 15, Part 369, 696; $370.2, 527;
flot agreement, 465–466

$ 377.6, 527; $ 378.5, 676; $385.1,
foreign charter operations, 461, 465

693; Part 803, 612; Part 804, 614;
orders in respect of foreign air car- $ 1202, 730

riers, jurisdiction of courts, 464 Title 19, Part 6, 462
South African Airways route, 464 Title 22, Part 6, 223–235; $ 42.91, 119
Civil and Political Rights, Interna- Title 29, 88 60.3, 60.4, 127
tional Covenant on (1966), 180

Title 31, Part 129, 614; Part 500, 31-
Civil Rights Act (1964), 703, 704

32, 636-637; Part 515, 638, 641
Civil Rights Act (1968), 704

Title 33, Part 72, 430

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Code of Federal Regulations-Continued

Title 41, 8 5A-19.108-50, 677
Title 45, $ 212.4, 122

Title 50, Part 281, 519
Coffee Agreement, International (1968),

(1976), 535, 573
Coleman, William T., 469
Collisions at sea

damages rule, 448 449

Fitzgerald v. Texaco, Inc. (1975), 449 C
Colombia

C С
Darien Gap Highway, 706
and historic bays, 385
and Trade Act of 1974, 507
treaty with U.S. on status of Quita

Şueño, Roncador, and Serrana

(1972), 768
Commerce, Department of
contacts with South Africa, 86

С.
Export Administration Regulations,

693
export control, 524, 526, 693
and foreign boycotts, 696
foreign investment in U.S., survey

regulations, 614
foreign investment reporting, 612

and international expositions, 730
Commercial arbitration, 895-899
Committee on Foreign Investment in

the United States, 617
Commodities agreements
International Coffee Agreement

(1968), (1976), 535
International Sugar Agreement

(1968), 534
International Wheat Agreement

(1971) and protocols (1975), 535
and Textile Trade Policy Group, 532
Textiles, Arrangement Regarding In-

ternational Trade in (1973), 533
U.S.-U.S.S.R., grains (1975), 539-545
Commodity prices, indexation, 571, 575
Commodity trade, 506, 573
Communications, foreign investment in

U.S., 618, 619
Communications Satellite Corporation,

618, 620
Communist countries, restriction on

preferential tariff treatment, 515,

518
Comoros, The, admission to U.N. mem-

bership, 70
Compagnie Francaise de Credit et de

Banque v. Consorts Atard (1971),

374
Concession agreements, oil companies,

489
Conciliation. See also Peaceful settle-

ment of international disputes

Conference on Security and Coopera- Art. VI, 87, 270, 308, 309
tion in Europe-Continued

and authority to make executive
disarmament, 786, 867

agreements, 307-316, 319-323,
economic cooperation, 591-594

541
education, cooperation and ex- due process, 136, 144
changes in, 736

Eighth Amendment, 144
environmental affairs, 715

equal protection, 144
Final Act

Fifth Amendment, 136
and German reunification, 331

Fourteenth Amendment, citizenship
nonbinding effect, 326-327

clause, 113
industrial cooperation, 532, 591

and rights of women, 212–213
international trade, 529,532

separation of powers, 436 437
Mediterranean security and coopera- and service by Members of Congress
tion, 786

in appointive office, 744
migrant labor, 688

Consular conventions
military maneuvers, 785

U.S.-Austria Treaty of Friendship,
and mutual and balanced force re- Commerce and Consular Rights
ductions (MBFR), 866

(1928), 258
science and technology, 723

U.S.-Bulgaria (1974), 255,256, 257
security in Europe, 783

U.S.-Poland (1972), 257
transport and tourism, 679

U.S.-Romania (1972), 254
Conflict of laws, 892, 893

U.S.-U.S.S.R. (1964), 64–65, 112-113
Congo (Brazzaville), 90, 486

Vienna Convention (1963), 216, 244,
Congo crisis (1964), 875, 878

246, 249–250, 258, 259, 260

Consular officers
Congress

citizenship of children born in U.S.,
concurrent resolution procedure, 227,

112-113
294307, 829, 832, 890

Greek consul, service of summons by,
consultation with, under War Powers

339-340
Resolution (1973), 881, 882

ministerial functions, 255
and executive agreements, 294_307

privileges and immunities, 243-245,
Members of

257-258
participation in Japan-U.S. Friend-

protection of nationals, 249–254
ship Commission, 744

settlement of estates, 254
prohibition on holding U.S. civil of-

taxation, 245–246, 258,259
fices, 731-732

Consulates
service in appointive office, 744

Angola, closing of U.S. Consulate
standing to sue, 886-887

General, 590
reports to

protection of, 256-257
assistance to Greece, 831

taxation, 258-260
Cyprus conflict, 829_832

South Vietnamese consulates, closing
defense sales, 832

of, 243-244
opium discussions with Turkey, 831

Consultative Group on Food Production
under War Powers Resolution

and Investment, 684
(1974), 867–869, 879, 882–886

Consumer-producer forum, 506
war powers of President and, 867

Consumers Union of U.S., Inc. v. Com-
Connecticut, adoption of U.N. Standard mittee for the Implementation of

Minimum Rules for the Treatment Textile Agreements, et al. (1975), 522
of Prisoners, 218_219

Consumers Union of U.S., Inc. v. Kis-
Conservation. See also Fisheries

singer (1974), 314, 523, 527, 541, 542,
multilateral agreements, 710_715

545
Constitution of the United States

Contiguous Fisheries Zone Act (1966),
applicability to Northern Mariana Is- 404
lands, 97-103

Continental shelf. See under Sea, law of
and Arab boycott, 703

Convention Establishing the World In-
Art. 1, § 6, 745

tellectual Property Organization
Art. II, $$ 1, 2, 3, 311-316, 436

(WIPO) (1967), 63
Art. III, 87

Convention on International Civil
Art. IV, 87, 270

Aviation (1944), 453, 466-469

Convention on Prohibition of Develop- and political prisoners, 184

ment, Production and Stockpiling and Puerto Rico, 21, 91
of Bacteriological (Biological) and travel restrictions, 118119
Toxin Weapons and on Their De Cultural affairs
struction (1972), 857–860

Arts and Artifacts Indemnity Act
Convention on Registration of Objects

(1975), 731
Launched into Outer Space, 481 Convention on the Means of Prohibit-
Conventional arms control, 862

ing and Preventing the Illicit Im-
Cook Inlet, Alaska, 388

port, Export, and Transfer of
Cooley v. Weinberger (1974), 340

Ownership of Cultural Property
Corcoran, Howard F., 239, 240

(1970), 740
Corfu Channel Case (1949), 18

draft legislation, 741
Corn, U.S.-U.S.S.R. grains agreement East-West Center, 743
(1975), 539-545

Intergovernmental Conference on
Corporations, transnational. See Trans- Cultural Policies in Europe
national corporations

(1972), 732
Corrupt practices. See Foreign contri- international expositions and exhibi-
butions by transnational corpora-

tions, 727-732
tions

Japan-U.S. Friendship Act (1975), 743
Costa Rica, 25–26, 74–75, 691, 762, 822 principles adopted by CSCE (1975),
Council on International Economic Pol-

732
icy, 532

U.S.-Egypt agreement (1975), 729
Covenant to Establish a Common- U.S.-U.S.S.R., exchanges of art
wealth of the Northern Mariana

works, 727–729
Islands (1975). See Northern Mar. Customs
iana Islands, Commonwealth of

air commerce regulations, 461
Covert action, 15-18

Customs Service, U.S., drug control,
Cranston, Alan, 223, 769–770

719
Credit Foncier d'Algerie et de Tunisie v. duties, Presidential powers, 524
Narbonne (1969), 374

foreign investment laws and regula.
Crime, U.N. Congress on Prevention of,

tions, 619, 622
and Treatment of Offenders (1975), Northern Mariana Islands, regula-
216-218

tions, 101
Crime Prevention and Control, Com- Cyprus
mittee on, 218

and arms embargo against Turkey,
Cronkite, Walter, 17, 27

829-832
CSCE. See Conference on Security and and generalized system of tariff prei-
Cooperation in Europe (CSCE)

erences, 516
(1975)

refugee aid, 591
Cuba

Security Council resolution (1975), 7,
and Angola, 20, 21

763
contacts with, by U.S. Senators, 749 settlement, principles for, 755
diplomatic relations issues, 23-25, sovereignty and independence, 67
184-185

Turkish Cypriot federated state, 6–7
export control, 524, 693

U.N. Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus
foreign assets control regulations, (UNFICYP), 79-80, 755, 819
638, 641-643

Czechoslovakia, trade relations with,
foreign flag vessels in Cuban trade, 548, 549

677
hijacking agreement with U.S. (1973), Dahomey, 486
172, 174, 184

D'Angelo v. Petroleos Mericanos (1975),
and human rights, 184–185

371
and International Commission for Darien Gap Highway, 706

the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Davis, Angela, 171
(ICNAF), 421

Davis, Nathaniel, 19, 84, 185, 835
Isle of Pines Treaty with U.S. (1904), Day v. Trans World Airlines, Inc.
271

(1975), 456, 457
OAS sanctions, removal of, 20, 25, 691 Day and Zimmermann, Inc. v. Chal-
U.S. steps to conform, 691-693

loner (1975), 892

Debt relief to India, record of under- Development assistance. See Economic
standing (1974), 644

assistance and development
Debt rescheduling

Development security facility, 500, 577
Paris Club agreement (1975), 644 Dexter and Carpenter, Inc. v. Kunglig
U.S. Chile agreement (1975), 644

Jarnvagsstyrelsen (1930), 364
U.S.-India agreement (1975), 644 Diego Garcia, U.S. facilities, 889

U.S.-Indonesia agreement (1970), 314 Diggs v. Morton and Fouke (1975), 88
Debt settlement, economic develop- Diggs v. Schultz (1972, 1973), 86
ment loans, 683

Diggs et al. v. Civil Aeronautics Board
Decade of Action to Combat Racism (1975), 464

and Racial Discrimination, 205, 211 Diggs et al. v. Dent (1975), 85
Declaration and Program of Action on Diplomatic Agents, U.N. Convention

the Establishment of a New Inter- for the Prevention and Punishment
national Economic Order (1974), of Crimes Against Internationally

553, 555, 566, 567, 578, 579, 580, 587 Protected Persons, including (1973),
Declaration of Mexico on the Equality 240

of Women and Their Contribution Diplomatic agents and personnel
to Development and Peace (1975), consular recognition, taxation, 258–
206, 209, 210–211

259
Declaration on Friendly Relations protection of, 239,240
(1970), 787

taxation, 245–246
Declaration on Principles Guiding Re- Vienna Convention on Representa-
lations between Participating

tion of States in Their Relations
States. See under Conference on

with International Organizations
Security and Cooperation in Eu-

of a Universal Character (1975),
rope (CSCE) (1975)

3863
Declaration on Territorial Asylum Diplomatic asylum, 158_159
(1967), 157

Diplomatic Conference on the Reaffir-
Declaration on the Protection of All mation and Development of Inter-

Persons from being subjected to national Humanitarian Law Appli-
Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman cable in Armed Conflicts (1975), 803
or Degrading Treatment or Punish- Diplomatic missions, protection of, 241
ment (1975), 217–218

Diplomatic premises and personnel
Deep seabed. See under Sea, law of

Brazilian Chancery construction,
Deepwater ports

243, 342-344
Deepwater Port Act (1974), 440, 445 diplomats as witnesses, 245
radio telephone regulations, 440_441 inviolability of archives, 243
safety regulations, 440 441

protection of, 240, 241, 256-257
Defense, foreign investment laws and United States v. Lechoco (1975),
regulations, 619, 623

239-240
Defense, Department of, refugee assist- taxation, 245–246, 247,249

U.S. Ambassadors, selection of, 239
Defense Appropriation Act (1973), 622 Diplomatic privileges and immunities
Defense Production Act (1950), 624

family members and dependents,
Democratic Republic of Germany. See

242-243
German Democratic Republic

Organization of American States, 63
Democratic Republic of Viet-Nam. See Peruvian air attache, 241-242
Viet-Nam (North)

Philippines, president of, 344-345
Demographic Yearbook, U.N. (1972), 328

South Vietnamese Embassy person-
Demonstrations, diplomatic or consular

nel, 243-245
premises, 256-257

sovereign immunity. See separate
Denmark, 651, 665

title
Deportation. See under Aliens

Vienna Convention on the Represen-
Depositary functions. See under Trea-

tation of States in Their Rela-
ties

tions with International Organi-
Desalting agreement, U.S.-Israel zations of a Universal Character
(1975), 726

(1975), 38-63
De Tenorio v. McGowan (1975), 137

waiver of, 245

ance, 151

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