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Paris Reparation Agreement (1946), Peru
345

claims settlement, interim agree-
Park, Chung Hee, 230

ment (1975), 493
Parker, Dan, 207

expropriation decree, 491
Parsky, Gerald L., 618, 702

fisheries issue, 398
Parsons & Whittemore Overseas Co., Pesikoff v. Secretary of Labor (1974),
Inc. v. Société Générale de

128
L'Industrie du Papier (1974), 895 Petition of Yiu Nam Donn (1975), 114
Passports

Petroleum and petroleum products. See
Form 1-151 in lieu of, 125–126

under Fuels and energy
restrictions on use, 118

Petroleum companies
Patent Cooperation Treaty (1973), im- Libyan expropriation, 489
plementing legislation, 646

Peruvian expropriation, 491
Pauling v. McElroy (1958, 1960), 88 Petroleum deposits, exploration in Ant-
Paullada, Pedro Ojeda, 722

arctica, 428
Peace agreements, Viet-Nam (1973). Pfizer, Inc. v. Lord (1972), 134; (1975),

See Act of the International Con. 33, 135
ference on Viet-Nam (1973); Agree Philadelphia Housing Authority v.
ment on Ending the War and Re American Radiator and Standard

storing Peace in Viet-Nam (1973) Sanitary Corp. (1969), 136
Peace Corps Act (1961), 314

Philippines, Republic of
Peaceful nuclear explosions, 842-855 consulate, demonstration near, 256
Peaceful settlement of international embassy, terrorist incident, 239-240
disputes

and human rights, 228-229
and code of conduct for transnational mutual defense treaty (1951), 790
enterprises, 594, 606, 608

and Pacific Doctrine (1975), 789
commercial disputes, 897-899

refugees from, 151
European system for, draft conven- and SEATO phaseout, 789
tion, 12

tariff schedules, 517
interpretation of OECD Financial trade negotiations, 547

Support Fund Agreement (1975), U.S. bases, 790
664

Pinto da Costa, Manuel, 35
intervention by U.S. citizens, 749_750 Pohl, Galindo, 431
investment disputes, 494, 594, 606 Poland
law of the sea negotiations, 377, 379, claims agreement with U.S. (1960),
746

485 486
machinery for, 747

Consular Convention with U.S.
Northern Mariana Islands, Common-

(1972), 257
wealth of, 765

fisheries agreements with U.S., 384,
principles adopted by CSCE (1975), 12

408 412
U.S.-Polish Fisheries Board, 763

and most-favored-nation treatment,
Peace keeping

545
early warning system in Middle East, trade relations, 549
827

U.S. grain purchases, suspension, 527
U.N. Command in Korea, 820-827

U.S.-Polish Fisheries Board, 408, 763
U.N. Disengagement Observer Force

and Viet-Nam peace agreements, 773
(UNDOF), 73, 79, 84, 85, 819

Polar Bears, Agreement on the Conser-
U.N. Emergency Force (UNEF), 79, vation of (1973), 713
318, 761, 817-819

Political prisoners, amnesty for, 219
U.N. Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus 220
(UNFICYP), 79-80, 757, 819

Political rights of women, Inter-Ameri-
Pelagic sealing. See Seals

can and U.N. conventions on (1948,
Pelly Amendment, 399, 710

1952), 211-214
People of Saipan v. U.S. Department of Pollution. See Marine pollution
Interior (1974, 1975), 88

Population, World Plan of Action, 689
Pereira, Aristides, 35

Portugal
Permanent Court of International Jus- Angola, grant of independence to, 20,
tice, 94

758

Portugal-Continued

Property, industrial and intellectual.
and OECD financial support fund, See Intellectual property
661, 665

Property of U.S., disposition by treaty,
U.S. aid in evacuation from Angola,

269-270
590

Protocol Relating to the Status of Refu-
Postwar Economic Assistance to Japan, gees (1967), 154, 155, 156

U.S.-Japan Agreement regarding Provisional arrest, 175–176
(1962), 744, 745

Provisional Revolutionary Government
Pratt, John H., 611-612

of Viet-Nam. See Viet-Nam, Provi-
Prelude Corp. v. Owners of FNV Atlantic sional Revolutionary Government
(1941), 365, 366

of (P.R.G.)
Presidential powers. See also War pow- Peinakis et al. v. Marcos et al. (1975),
ers of the President and Congress

344
customs duties, 524

Psychotropic Substances, Convention
evacuation of U.S. citizens and for- on (1971), 718
eign nationals, 867-878

Public air law, 451
executive agreements, 294-316

Public Health Service Act, applicability
introduction of armed forces into hos- to Northern Mariana Islands, 100
tilities, 886

Puerto Rico
SS Mayaguez incident, 777, 879

and air transport services, 452
Price-Anderson Act (1957), 674

aliens seeking to enter, 121
Prisoners

and Cuba, 21, 24
political, amnesty for, 219–220

and customs regulations, 461
political prisoners in Cuba, 184–185 and OECD Financial Support Fund
treatment of, 216–219

Agreement (1975), 668
Prisoners of War Convention (1949), and self-determination, 90–92

803, 811
Privacy Act (1974), 253

Qatar, 705
Private international law, 892–900 Quadripartite Agreement (1971), 328
Privileges and immunities

331
consular officers, 245-246

Quita Sueño, status of, 768
Consular Relations, Vienna Conven-

tion on (1963). See Vienna Con- Racial discrimination. See discrimina-
vention on Consular Relations tion, racial under Human rights
(1963)

Radio, foreign investment laws and
diplomatic. See Diplomatic privileges regulations, 618-620
and immunities

Raskin, Marcus G., 85
International Organizations Immun- Ratiner, Leigh, 423
ities Act (1945), 366

Ratti, R. A., 429, 439, 442
OECD Financial Support Fund Ray, Dixy Lee, 110
Agreement (1975), 662, 668

Re Helbert Wagg & Co., Ltd. (1956), 374
Organization of American States, 63 Real v. Simon (1975), 638
South Vietnamese Embassy and con- Recognition
sular personnel, 243–244

nonrecognition, effect of, 30-34
U.N. Convention on Privileges and nonrecognition of forcible incorpora-
Immunities (1946), 245

tion, 255, 331-332
Vienna Convention on the Represen- of foreign judgments, 340–342

tation of States in Their Rela- of governments, 23-29
tions with International Organi- of states, 34-36
zations of a Universal Character Republic of Viet-Nam, discontinu-
(1975), 38-63

ance of recognition, 30-33
World Intellectual Property Organi- Red Cross, International Committee of,
zation (1967), 63

590, 803–805
Producers' associations, Lima Declara- Reed, Walter D., 810

tion and Plan of Action on Indus- Refugee and Migration Assistance Act
trial Development and Cooperation (1962), as amended (1975), 151, 152
(1975), 555, 560, 564, 572

Refugees
Property, inheritance rights of aliens, Cambodian and Vietnamese
137-140

parole into U.S., 129–131

Refugees-Continued

States. See under Conference on
Cambodian and

Security and Cooperation in Eu-
Vietnamese-Continued

rope (CSCE) (1975)
Special Inter-Agency Task Force, nonintervention in internal affairs, 9,
150

15-21, 25–26, 34
U.S. assistance to, 149–153

Cuba, and Puerto Rican self-deter-
conditional entry, 123–124

mination, 91
Cyprus, 591

principles adopted by CSCE (1975),
deportation, 154-156

9
evacuation of civilians in South Viet-

U.S. protest to Organization of Af-
Nam, 149 150, 867–879

rican Unity, 19
Laotians, parole into U.S., 130–131

respect for sovereignty, 17-18
Palestine, U.S. contribution to

self-defense, 17-18, 424, 779
UNRWA, 81-82

U.S.-Japan joint statement, 13
parole into U.S., discrimination as Rio Treaty. See Inter-American Treaty
bar to, 131

of Reciprocal Assistance (Rio
policy statement of Department of

Treaty) (1947)
State, 154-155

Riot-control agents, 857-858
Protocol Relating to the Status of Ristau, Bruno A., 88
(1967), 154, 155-156

Robertson v. Butterfield (1974), 235
territorial asylum, revised draft con- Robinson, Charles W., 615, 669
vention (1975), 156-158

Rogers, William D., 23, 184, 595, 768
U.N. Convention Relating to the Sta- Romania
tus of (1951)

claims agreement with U.S. (1960),
Art. 1, 155, 156

485 486
Art. 32, 155, 156

Consular Convention with U.S.
U.N. High Commissioner, 153, 158

(1972), 254
Regional security

Declaration of the Presidents of the
North American Air Defense (NO-

U.S. and Romania (1973), 546
RAD) agreement (1975), 797

and generalized system of tariff pref-
Pacific Doctrine (1975), 789

erences, 517
Rio Treaty (1947), Protocol of Amend. and Geneva Conventions (1949), draft
ment (1975), 19, 291, 791

protocols, 806
SEATO phaseout, 789

and most-favored-nation treatment,
U.S.-Japan joint announcement

545, 549
(1975), 788

Trade Relations Agreement with
Registration of Objects Launched into

U.S. (1975)
Outer Space, Convention on, 481

commercial arbitration, 897
Rehnquist, William H., 388

provision for termination or sus-
Reid v. Immigration and Naturaliza-

pension, 291-292, 546
tion Service (1975), 141, 142

provisions of, 545
Remote sensing, 471, 473_479

settlement of disputes, 897
Renchard et al. v. Humphreys & Hand- trade trends, 549
ing, Inc., et al. (1974), 243, 342

U.S.-Romanian Joint Statement on
Republic International Corporation, et Economic, Industrial, and Tech-
al. v. Amco Engineers, Inc., et al.

nological Cooperation (1973), 897
(1975), 332

Romualdez, Eduardo, 239
Republic of Argentina v. City of New Roosevelt, Eleanor, 214
York (1969), 259, 260

Rosenberg v. Fleuti (1963), 141
Republic of China v. Merchants Fire Rosenberg v. Woo (1971), 124
Insurance Co. (1929), 32

Rosenthal, Benjamin S., 891
Republic of Peru v. Dreyfus Brothers & Ross Sea, 428
Co. (1888), 374

Rovine, Arthur W., 271, 322, 323
Republic of Peru v. Peruvian Guano Co. Rubin, Seymour J., 15, 16
(1887), 374

Rules of Engagement in Viet-Nam, 813
Reservations. See under Treaties Rush, Kenneth, 293
Rhodesia. See Southern Rhodesia

Rush-Bagot agreement, U.S. Canada
Rights and duties of states

(1817), 323
Declaration on Principles Guiding Russian Socialist Federated Soviet Re-

Relations between Participating public v. Cibrario, 32

Ryukyu and Daito Islands, U.S.-Japan

agreement (1971), 744_745

Sabbatino Amendment (1964), 369
Sadat, Anwar, 750, 818
Saigon, evacuation from, 869
Sakharov, Andrei, 202
Salans, Carl F., 270
Samoa, U.S. military action (1888), 878
Sanctions. See Economic sanctions;

Military sanctions
Santobello v. New York (1971), 179
Sao Tome and Principe

recognition of, by U.S., 35

U.N. membership, 69
Sapphire, The (1871), 32
Satellites

direct broadcasting, 471-472

U.S. launch services, 482-483
Saudi Arabia

Arab boycott, 703, 705
foreign investment, consultation, 617
investment guaranty agreement

with U.S. (1975), 494
and Israel's membership in U.N., 66
joint communique with U.S. (1975),

617
National Guard modernization, 887
Saunders, Harold H., 701, 751
Saxbe, William B., 520
Saxbe et al. v. Bustos (1974), 125
Sayce v. Ameer Ruler (1952), 345
Scali, John, 21, 23, 80, 83, 180, 481, 554,

689, 763, 779, 817, 819, 820, 834, 835
Scalia, Antonin, 302, 703
Scelsi, Michael N., 82
Schandler, Herbert Y., 801
Schechter v. Weinberger (1974), 235
Scherk v. Alberto-Culver Co. (1974), 897
Schieffer, Bob, 17
Schlesinger, James R., 798, 800, 813
Schlesinger v. Reservists Committee to

Stop the War (1974), 887
Schmeisser, William C., Jr., 589
Schmitz, Charles A., 214
Schooner Catherine, The v. Dickinson

(1854), 448
Schwebel, Stephen M., 85, 212, 214, 345
Schweiker, Richard S., 888
Science and technology
cooperation agreements

U.S.-Israel, desalting (1975), 726
U.S.-Republic of China agreement

(1969), extended (1975), 726
principles adopted by CSCE (1975),

723
Scott, Hugh, 65
Sea, law of

bays, historic, 385, 388
canals, 433–439

coastal seabed economic zone, 377,

378
contiguous zone, 385, 387
continental shelf

Antarctica, 110
bilateral fishery agreements, 406–

407
oil pollution, 443–445
U.N. conference, negotiating text,

390_391
U.S. Advisory Committee, 392

U.S. position, 381, 383
Convention on the High Seas (1958),

397, 402, 404, 429
Convention on the Territorial Sea

and the Contiguous Zone (1958),

861-862
deep seabed

commission of consumers, 383
domestic claims, 427-428
international authority, 378-379,

383, 422-423
deepwater ports. See separate title
dispute settlement, 377, 379, 746
economic zone, 377, 378, 389_390, 392–

394
fisheries. See separate title
high seas

Antarctica, 428
Convention on (1958), 397, 402, 404,

429
elimination of some areas from

scope of Rio Treaty (1947), 791,

794
search and rescue, 429-430
Seizure of SS Mayaguez, 423, 766,

777, 879
U.S.-Colombia treaty on Quita

Sueño, Roncador, and Serrana

(1972), 768
U.S.-U.S.S.R. agreements on pre-

vention of incidents on (1972,

1973), 315
International Convention for the

Safety of Life at Sea (1960), An-

nex, 429

marine environment, 441-442
marine pollution. See separate title
maritime law, 448 450
observations under Treaty on the

Prohibition of the Emplacement
of Nuclear Weapons and Other
Weapons of Mass Destruction on
the Seabed and the Ocean Floor
and in the Subsoil Thereof (1971),
Yugoslav statement concerning,

860
Ocean Mining Administration, 426,

427
oceans policy, general, 379-385

Sea, law of-Continued

Security and Cooperation in Europe,
Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act Conference on. See Conference on
(1953), 620

Security and Cooperation in Eu-
scientific research, 377, 379, 445 447

rope (CSCE) (1975)
search and rescue, 429 430

Security Council of the United Nations.
straits, 381, 431-432

See under United Nations
technology, transfer of, 445–447

Security systems. See Regional secu-
territorial sea

rity
Cambodian allegation in SS Maya. Sei Fujii v. California (1952), 87
guez incident, 423-426

Selective Service Act (1948), 624
claims to, and Hickenlooper Self-defense, 17-18, 424, 779

Amendment (1964), 369 371 Self-determination
Convention on, and the Contiguous Namibia, 21-22
Zone (1958), 404, 425, 440

principles adopted by CSCE (1975), 10
historic bays, 385, 388

Puerto Rico, 90-92
Soviet research vessel in U.S. Senate. See United States Senate
waters, 387

Senith v. Hazeltine (1969), 604
U.N. Conference (1975), 385-387 Sevareid, Eric, 17
U.N. Conference on (1974), 380

Shamwell, Horace F., 64, 242, 248, 254,
U.N. Conference on, Geneva (1975), 259

376, 380, 385, 389, 390, 395, 399, Shanghai Communique (1972), 28, 29
400, 404, 422, 423, 426, 427, 431, Sharjah, 369, 370
432, 441, 442, 445, 447, 746

Sherer, Albert W., 756
U.S. oceans policy, 377-379

Sherman Antitrust Act (1890), 358, 603,
Seabed. See deep seabed under Sea, law 625, 704
of

Shipping
Seabed arms control treaty (1971), Yu- Brussels Convention on the Liability
goslav statement, 860

of Operators of Nuclear Ships.
Seafreeze Atlantic, 421

See separate title
Sea-Land Corporation, 424, 780

foreign flag vessels in Cuban trade,
Seals

677
Antarctic, Convention for the Conser- foreign investment laws and regula-
vation of (1972), 714

tions, 619, 621
Fouke Company v. Mandel (1974), 714 Shrimp fisheries agreement, U.S.-Bra-
Fur Seal Act (1966), 715

zil (1975), 413 414
Interim Convention on Conservation Shuk Yee Chan v. Regional Manpower

of North Pacific Fur Seals (1957), Administrator of U.S. Dept. of La-
715

bor et al. (1975), 128
Search and rescue on the high seas, Sierra Club et al. v. Coleman and Tie-
429-430

mann (1975), 706
Secretary-General of the United Na Simon, William E., 502
tions. See under United Nations

Sinai disengagement agreement,
Secretary of State's Advisory Commit-

Egypt-Israel (1975)
tee on Private International Law, early warning system, 316-323, 761,

827-829
893
Securities Act (1933), 626

and U.N. Emergency Force, 819

U.S. agreements relevant to, 316_323,
Securities and Exchange Commission

827-829
and foreign contributions by U.S.

U.S. mediation role, 759
companies, 595, 596, 600, 608, 611
and OECD Financial Support Fund Singapore, social security agreement

with U.S., 247
Agreement (1975), 668

Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs,
Securities and Exchange Commission

Protocol Amending, 719
v. Lockheed Aircraft Corp. et al. Slaughterhouse Cases (1892), 876
(1975), 611

Slavery, Supplementary Convention on
Securities Exchange Act (1934), 596,

(1956), 213
626

Small, David H., 326
Securities laws

Smith, Frederick, Jr., 39, 40, 112
and foreign investment, 626

Smithsonian Institution, Secretary of,
territorial reach, 629

731

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