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Diplomatic relations. See also Vienna | East-Wes

Convention on Diplomatic Rela- Eastern
tions (1961)

Eastern
Bangladesh, 34

asset
and Cambodia, 27

Eastern
Chad, 23

Echeverr
and Cuba

Economic
issues related to, 23-25, 184–185

opera
removal of OAS sanctions, 20, 25

(1975
Mozambique, 29, 35

Economic
Papua New Guinea, 36

inves
and People's Republic of China, 28-29 Economi
Vienna Convention on. See Vienna

Asia
Convention on Diplomatic Rela- Econom
tions

SOC
and Viet-Nam, 26–28, 30-31

Economi
Disarmament. See Arms control and

Charte
disarmament

tie
Disaster relief

55
Africa, drought-stricken areas in,

60
590-591

comm
Cyprus, 591
Portugese evacuation from Angola,
590

Declai
U.N. Disaster Relief Organization
(UNDRO), 80

ID
U.S. policy and general authority,

(1
590_591

58
Discrimination. See under Human

discri
rights
Disputes. See Peaceful settlement of

Greec
international disputes

and
District of Columbia, diplomatic resi-

Indoc
dences, taxation, 247-248

indus
Dollar bonds, defaulted, 485

princ

5
Dominican Republic, evacuation from
(1965), 878

5
Donn, Petition of Yiu Nam (1975), 114
Drug control

scien
International Narcotics Control

settle
Board, 718

susp.
Psychotropic Substances, Convention

U.N.
on (1971), 718
Single Convention Narcotic

U.N.
Drugs, Protocol Amending, 718
U.N. Fund for Drug Abuse Control,

U.S.
U.S.-Mexican cooperation, 252, 722
U.S. operating guidelines, 719

Viet
Drug Enforcement Administration Econo

(DEA), 333, 336–338, 719
Dunhill of London, Inc., Alfred v. The

ni
Republic of Cuba (1975), 372
Durand v. Hollins (1860), 875

Econo

Ara
Early warning system in Middle East, autc
316–323, 761, 827-829

Cub
East-West Center, 743
East-West Foreign Trade Board, 551

resou

on

719

m

ar

re

Economic sanctions-Continued

Emergency Refugee and Migration As-
fisheries disputes, 396–399

sistance Fund, 154
foreign boycotts, 200, 696–704

Emigration
principles for replacing, 594

Romania, and Trade Act (1974), 545–
Southern Rhodesia

547
Byrd amendment, 693

Soviet policy, 536–539
Security Council Committee report Emperor of Austria v. Lemaitre (1874),
(1975), and U.S. reservations,

345
695

Endangered Species, Convention on
Economic security, collective, provision (1972), 713

for in protocol of amendment (1975) Endangered Species Act (1973), 713
to Rio Treaty (1947), 792, 796

Energy. See Atomic energy; Fuels and
Ecuador

energy
fisheries, jurisdiction, 398

Energy Policy and Conservation Act
OAS Organ of Consultation meeting (1975), 521, 549
(1974), 26, 691

Environmental affairs
sanctions against, 594

aircraft regulation, 466, 469
and Trade Act (1974), 507–512, 690 Antarctic Seals, Convention for the
Edge Act (1919), 622

Conservation of (1972), 714
Educational affairs. See also Cultural Conservation of Polar Bears, Agree-
affairs

ment on (1973), 713
East-West Center, 743

Darien Gap Highway, 706
Japan-U.S. Friendship Act (1975), 743 environmental modification, U.S.-
principles adopted by CSCE (1975),

U.S.S.R. draft treaty, 862
732

environmental protection coopera-
U.N. Educational and Training Pro- tion, U.S. information center, 706

gram for Southern Africa, 84 marine pollution. See separate title
Egypt

Norwegian Institute of Air Research,
and Arab boycott, 705

718
art exhibition, agreement with U.S. principles adopted by CSCE (1975),
(1975), 729

715, 723–725
Atomic Energy, U.S.-Egypt Joint

remote sensing from outer space, 471,
Statement on Proposed Coopera-

473-479
tion in Fields Pertaining to

Stockholm Declaration on the Hu-
Peaceful Uses, 673

man Environment (1972), 717
construction project in, arbitral U.N. Environment Program (UNEP),
award, 895–897

706, 717, 787
designated beneficiary developing U.S.-Canada agreement on exchange
country, 486

of information on weather modi-
health agreement (1975), 718

fication, 709
and Israeli air attacks on Lebanon, U.S.-Canada transboundary pollu-
762

tion issue, 707
loan agreement with U.S. to finance U.S.-Japan Agreement on Coopera-
imports (1975), 536

tion in the field of Environmen-
and Palestine problem, 750

tal Protection (1975), 710
Sinai disengagement agreement. See Environmental Defense Fund, 469
separate title

Environmental Protection Agency, 469,
Suez Canal, agreements with U.S. on

706, 707
clearance (1974), (1975), 433–434 Equal Employment Opportunity Act
tax treaty with U.S. (1975), 633

(1972), 199
and U.N. Emergency Force, 817–819 Espionage, 17-18
Eisen v. Carlisle & Jacquelin (1974), 136 Estate settlement, 254
El Salvador, 486

Estonia, nonrecognition of Soviet an-
Electronic surveillance, 17-18

nexation, 331-332
Ellsworth, Robert F., 263
Embassy property. See Diplomatic Eteki Mboumoua, William A., 19
premises and personnel

Ethiopia
Emergencies, national, authorities for, designated beneficiary developing
642

country, 486

Ethiopia-Continued

Export A
political prisoners, courts-martial, 697
214-215

Export A
European security and cooperation. 526,

See Conference on Security and Co- Export

operation in Europe (CSCE) (1975) 525,
Evacuation

Export c
refugees, 150–153

Camba
U.S. citizens and foreign nationals, humar
867-879

52
Evangelinos v. Trans World Airways, nuclea
Inc. (1975), 457

nuclea
Evensen, Jens, 377, 378, 387, 389, 395,

petrol
442

52
Ex-King Farouk of Egypt v. Christian Polish
Dior S.A.R.L. (1957), 345

shipm
Ex Parte Peru (1943), 353

Vi
Exchange Stabilization Fund, 667 Export
Executive agreements

Export-
Agency for International Develop- credit

ment (AID) transmittal of agree and
ments, 325

Export
choice of treaty or executive agree- ral
ment, 319–324

Exprop
classification of Middle East agree-

and a
ments, 317–319

and
constitutional powers of the Presi- ii
dent, 307-316

block
definition, 292–293

and d
proposed legislation, 294-305
termination or suspension, 291-292 and
U.S. agreements relevant to Sinai Liby
disengagement, 316-323

Lima
Executive authority

customs duties, 524
evacuation of U.S. citizens and for- ОРІ

eign nationals, 867–879
foreign trade, 552

OPI
Executive orders
administration of trade agreements
program,

550
advisory committee on refugees, 153

Pert
classified information, protection of, pro

234
generalized tariff preferences for de-

U.S
veloping countries, 514-518 Extra
National Commission on the Observ- airc

ance of International Women's

Year (1975), 205
Renunciation of Certain Uses in War

of Chemical Herbicides and Riot A
Control Agents, 857–860

C С
waiver under the Trade Act of 1974

F
with respect to Romania, 546
World Intellectual Property Organi-

I
zation, 63
Executive Protective Service, 241

dot
Exhibitions. See International exposi-

tions and exhibitions

ove

arr

bila

In

extension of the sockeye
salmon fisheries in the Fraser

River system (1930), 415 417
U.S.-Poland (1975), North Pacific

area, 409 412, 765
U.S. Poland (1975), Western Region

of Middle Atlantic Ocean, 408
U.S.-U.S.S.R. (1975), 406_408
claims board, U.S.-Poland, 408, 410,

763
conservation

coastal fisheries, 384
Northwest Atlantic, 418, 419

yellowfin tuna, 518
contiguous zone, 403-404
continental shelf resources, 378, 404–

408, 766
Fishermen's Protective Act

(1958), 398

(1967), 398, 711
foreign investment laws and regula-

tions, 619, 621
International Commission for the

Northwest Atlantic Fisheries

(ICNAF), 418, 419
International Convention for the

Northwest Atlantic Fisheries

(1949), 408, 418, 419
jurisdiction, 380-381, 396-399, 401-404
reevaluation of interim U.S. policy,

399-401
Seafreeze Atlantic, 421
spiny lobster, Bahamas banks, 404–

406, 766
territorial sea, 381
U.N. Conference on Law of the Sea

(1975), 395, 396
unilateral action, 384, 396, 399–403
U.S. fleet, 421-422

yellowfin tuna embargo, 518
Fitzgerald v. Texaco, Inc. (1975), 449
Flannery, Thomas A., 86, 87
Florida, The (1943), 33
Florio, James J., 492
Food. See also Agriculture

aid, 682, 684
Consultative Group on Food Produc-

tion and Investment, 684
grain reserve system, 684, 686
International Fund for Agricultural

Development, 684
international reserve system, 681,

Extradition-Continued

issuance of warrants, 176-177
plea bargaining, 178–180
procedure, 159-160

provisional arrest, 175–176
Exxon Corporation, 489

Factor v. Laubenheimer (1933), 632
Fahmy, Ismail, 673
Fearey, Robert A., 195
Federal Aviation Act (1958), 464, 465,

621
Federal Aviation Administration, 459,

469
Federal Bureau of Investigation, 335
Federal Communications Act (1934),

619
Federal Council on the Arts and Hu-

manities, 731
Federal Energy Administration, 521
Federal Highway Administration, 706
Federal Republic of Germany. See Ger-

many, Federal Republic of
Federal Republic of Germany v. Elico-

fon (1972), 32, 33
Federal Republic of Germany v. Elico-

fon (1975), 30
Federal Tort Claims Act (1946), 343,

359, 460
Federal Water Pollution Control Act

(1952), amendments (1972), 442-443,

445
Feldman, Mark B., 598, 642
Ferguson, Clarence C., Jr., 207, 487, 553,

588
Fields, Louis G., Jr., 256, 257
Fiji
social security arrangement,

247
and transit of straits, 431
Final Act

CSCE (1975), 325–327

nature of, 326 327
Financial Support Fund Agreement,

OECD (1975), 650-670
Findley, Paul, 527, 766
Finland, 326, 651, 665, 828
First National City Bank v. Banco Na-

cional de Cuba (1972), 372, 373, 374
Fisheries
Atlantic Tunas, International Con-

vention for the Conservation of

(1966), 421
Atlantic Tunas Convention Act

(1975), 421
bilateral agreements

U.S.-Brazil (1975), 413 414
U.S.-Canada convention for the

protection, preservation and

685
International Wheat Agreement

(1971) and protocols (1975), 535
U.N. Resolution on Development and

International Economic Coopera-
tion, 583

use, 799

Food-Continued

and nonintervention in i
U.S. proposals on production in Latin fairs, 15-16
America, 683

and Non-Proliferation Tr-
U.S. proposals to U.N. Special Ses-

846
sion (1975), 681

and Northern Mariana Is
World Food Conference, U.N. (1974),

nant, 97, 103
682, 686

nuclear safeguards and
Food and Agriculture Organization

trols, 675
(FAO), 582

nuclear weapons, U.S. Po
Ford, Gerald R.
and Agreement on the Conservation and OECD Financial Su
of Polar Bears (1973), 713

Agreement (1975), 66
and arms embargo against Turkey, and oil import control, 52
830

and oil pollution legislatie
and Arts and Artifacts Indemnity Pacific Doctrine (1975), 78
Act (1975), 731

and People's Republic of
and chemical and biological weapons,

and protection of diploma
857

and Protocol of Amendm
commitment to Viet-Nam (South), the Rio Treaty (1941
775

recognition of states, 34
Conference on Security and Coopera- and refugee assistance,
tion in Europe (CSCE) (1975),

153
statement on, 7, 325 326

reporting to Congress
consultation under War Powers Res- Powers Resolution
olution (1973), 882–886

886
and Convention for the Conservation and sale of Hawk missil
of Antarctic Seals (1972), 714

890
and Cyprus settlement, 755

Textile Trade Policy G
and early warning system in Middle lishment of, 532
East, 828

and Trade Act of 1974,5
and Energy Policy and Conservation trade agreements progr
Act (1975), 549

tration of, 550
evacuation orders, Viet-Nam, 867–879 and U.S.-Philippines to
foreign air carrier permit, issuance

tions, 547
of, 461

and U.S.-Romania As
and foreign boycott practices, 200

Trade Relations (19
and foreign investment in the U.S., and U.S.-U.S.S.R. ag
617

strategic arms lim
and generalized system of tariff pref-

841
erences, 514-517

visit to China, 28–29
import controls, 522

war powers, request for
International Commission for the

870, 874–875, 877
Northwest Atlantic Fisheries

and Zionism resolution,
(ICNAF), message to, 419

Ford, John W., 508
and International Whaling Conven-

Foreign assets control
tion (1948), 711

blocking of Cambodia
and investment disputes, 486

638
Japan-U.S. Friendship Act (1975),

blocking of South Vie

636-638
statement on, 743

Cuban assets control, E
joint comm

munique with Philippine
President, 547, 790

licensing of transactior

national emergency au
joint statements, U.S.-Japan, 12, 788

unblocking of accounts
Mayaguez, SS. See separate title
and Metric Conversion Act (1975), 727

Foreign Assets Control,
and Middle East conflict, 759

636, 640, 641

Foreign Assets Contro
and National Commission on the Ob-

31-32, 636, 638, 640,
servance

International Foreign Assistance Act
Women's Year (1975), 205

of

$ 116, 227; $ 219, 727

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