To Amend the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (supplemental Authorization for Assistance to Cambodia and Other Countries): Hearings, Ninety-first Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 19845 ...
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970 - Broj stranica: 227
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Stranica 222 - The United States will keep all its treaty commitments. — We shall provide a shield if a nuclear power threatens the freedom of a nation allied with us, or of a nation whose survival we consider vital to our security and the security of the region as a whole.
Stranica 198 - College, studied at the School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University, and received his MA and Ph.D.
Stranica 109 - Nixon doctrine's) central thesis is that the United States will participate in the defense and development of allies and friends, but that America cannot — and will not — conceive all the plans, design all the programs, execute all the decisions and undertake all the defense of the free nations of the world. We will help where it makes a real difference and is considered in our interest.
Stranica 110 - In case of aggression against Pakistan the Government of the United States of America, in accordance with the Constitution of the United States of America, will take such appropriate action, including the use of armed forces, as may be mutually agreed upon and as is envisaged in the Joint Resolution to Promote Peace and Stability in the Middle East, in order to assist the Government of Pakistan at its request.
Stranica 102 - ... Dr. GRANT. Yes, sir. Senator BYRD. Is there any duplication of services between various medical services obtained by the Welfare Department from contract physicians and employees? Dr. GRANT. And those which we provide, Mr. Chairman, from the Department of Public Health? Senator. BYRD. Yes. Dr. GRANT. I am not sure that I know the answer to that question, Mr. Chairman. Senator BYRD. The Public Assistance Division uses one general practitioner, Doctor, I believe, and one opthalmologist that would...
Stranica 214 - The US should channel an increasing share of its development assistance through the multilateral institutions as rapidly as practicable. — Our remaining bilateral assistance should be provided largely within a framework established by the international institutions.
Stranica 182 - None of the funds provided for in this Act shall be used to perform abortions except where the life of the mother would be endangered if the fetus were carried to term; or except for such medical procedures necessary for the victims of rape or incest, when such rape or incest...
Stranica 159 - It has been suggested that the Korean motivation in sending troops to Vietnam was to some extent based on a desire to acquire benefits of US support for the costs of sending them. It was perfectly clear to all when negotiations took place that Korea would benefit from foreign exchange remittances due her for troop costs and civilian services, but in my opinion the Korean Government and people were moved principally by other motives. These were, first to answer the South Vietnamese and American calls...
Stranica 81 - Okazaki, First Secretary of the Japanese Embassy to the US; Mr. Minoru Makihara, Mitsubishi International Corporation; Mr. Richard A. Ericson of the State Department, Professor Gregory Henderson, and Professor Robert Ward, Director of the Center for Japanese Studies at the University of Michigan.
Stranica 70 - Vietnam, are not subjected to greater jeopardy. Now, our major concern was the possibility of infiltration of North Vietnamese troops through the DMZ into northern I Corps. That would increase the jeopardy of our troops. That has not taken place as far as we can ascertain it. So we believe that there has not been that kind of violation. Now, we regret and deplore any violation of the DMZ. There should not be any enemy troops there. But we do not find a pattern of violation of the understandings,...