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Foreign relations of the United States, 1946. General; the United Nations

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United States Department of State
Foreign relations of the United States, 1946. General; the United Nations
Volume I
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1946

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[Title page] Foreign relations of the United States, 1946: volume I. General; the United Nations, pp. [I]-[II]

Preface, Franklin, William M. pp. III-IV

Contents, pp. V-VII ff.

Introduction, pp. IX ff.

List of abbreviations and symbols, pp. XI-XIII ff.

Organization and arrangements for the conduct of United States relations with the United Nations, pp. 1-50

General United States policy toward the United Nations, pp. 51-116

The United States at the United Nations: the United States position regarding certain problems of United Nations organization and procedure, pp. 117-523

United States participation in the activities of the intergovernmental agencies related to the United Nations (the specialized agencies), p. 524

Resolutions proposed by the United States to the General Assembly of the United Nations to encourage the progressive development of international law and its codification, pp. 525-543

United States policy regarding questions relating to the establishment of an international trusteeship system under the United Nations Charter; President Truman's declaration of November 6 proposing a strategic area trusteeship with the United States as administering authority for the Pacific islands formerly under mandate to Japan, pp. 544-711

United States policy at the United Nations with respect to the regulation of armaments and collective security: the international control of atomic energy; regulation of conventional armaments; efforts toward agreements placing armed forces at the disposal of the Security Council; Soviet resolutions regarding the presence of the armed forces of the United Nations members on non-ex-enemy territory, pp. 712-1109

United States national security policy: the extension of military assistance to foreign nations; estimates of threats to the national security; coordination of political and military policy; United States policy with respect to the acquisition of military bases and air transit rights, pp. 1110-1196

Foreign policy aspects of United States development of atomic energy, pp. 1197-1259

Basic foreign commercial policy of the United States to restore foreign trade to private channels, pp. 1260-1262

United States interest in international economic collaboration for the expansion of world trade and employment, pp. 1263-1366

United States policy to modernize and extend the commercial treaty structure of the United States by the negotiation of new treaties of friendship, commerce, and navigation, pp. 1367-1369

United States policy of seeking tax treaties for the avoidance of double taxation with respect to income taxes and estate and inheritance taxes, pp. 1370-1371

Genesis of a foreign commodity policy for the United States; proposals by the United States for an international system to deal with commodity problems, pp. 1372-1378

Developments relating to the foreign oil policy of the United States, pp. 1379-1383

The United States and the activation of the Bretton Woods institutions, pp. 1384-1390

Formulation of a foreign financial program: policy to help war-devastated and liberated countries meet their dollar requirements pending the beginning of loan operations by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, pp. 1391-1436

The United States balance of payments in the immediate postwar period; loans, credits, grants, lend-lease aid, or other financial assistance to foreign countries, pp. 1437-1438

United States concern as to the world food shortage; establishment of a basis for common action by the United States, the United Kingdom, and Cananda, pp. 1439-1445

Policy of the United States with respect to the termination of international relief activites through the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA), pp. 1446-1447

The United States and the question of international assistance to refugees and displaced persons; the genesis of the International Refugee Organization, pp. 1448-1449

United States policy with respect to international civil aviation questions: the Bermuda Conference and related developments, pp. 1450-1490

The convocation of an International Whaling Conference at Washington, November 20-December 2, 1946; the establishment of an International Whaling Commission, p. 1491

United States policy with respect to Antarctica, pp. 1492-1503 ff.

Index, pp. [1505]-1544 ff.

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