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I. ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES (OAS).

A. Description.--

B. OAS Charter

C. Protocol of Amendment to the OAS Charter..

D. OAS Organizational Chart.--

E. Special Committee for Consultation and Negotiation

(CECON).

F. OAS Conferences and Meetings --

1. Pan American Conferences, 1826-1972.-

2. Meetings of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign Af-

fairs, 1939–1972---

3. Formal Peacekeeping Activities, 1948–1972.

G. Specialized Organizations of the OAS..

1. Inter-American Children's Institute..

2. Inter-American Commission of Women.

3. Inter-American Indian Institute.-

4. Inter-American Institute of Agricultural Sciences -

5. Pan American Health Organization.

6. Pan American Institute of Geography and History--

H. Special Agencies and Commissions of the OAS.

1. Inter-American Defense Board.

2. Inter-American Statistical Institute.

3. Inter-American Nuclear Energy Commission-

4. Special Consultative Committee on Security -

II. INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK..

A. Description....

B. Articles of Agreement Establishing the Inter-American

Development Bank..

C. Inter-American Development Bank Act.

Provision against providing funds of the Bank for coun-

tries which have nationalized or expropriated U.S.

property or have failed to take steps to prevent nar-

cotics from entering the United States (Secs. 21 and

22 of Public Law 92-246, March 10, 1972).

D. Social Progress Trust Fund Agreement.

1. Protocol to the Social Progress Trust Fund Agree-

ment, February 17, 1964.

2. Protocol to the Social Progress Trust Fund Agree-

ment, September 7, 1966.

III. U.N. ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR LATIN AMERICA

(ECLA)-

V. SELECTED FORMAL ACTIONS, ETC.-Continued

A. OAS and Other Documents, etc.-Continued

2. American Treaty on Pacific Settlement (Pact of

Bogotá), 1948

3. Caracas Declaration of Solidarity, 1954..

4. Declaration of Caracas, 1954.

5. Declaration of San José, 1960-

6. Act of Bogotá, 1960.--

7. Declaration of Punta del Este, 1961.

8. The Charter of Punta del Este, Establishing an Al-

liance for Progress, 1961..

9. Resolutions Adopted at the Eighth Meeting of Con-

sultation of Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Punta

del Este, Uruguay, January 22–31, 1962 (exclusion

of Cuba from participation in the Inter-American

system)..

10. Resolutions Adopted at the Ninth Meeting of Con-

sultation of Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Wash-

ington, D.C., July 21–26, 1964 (economic and

diplomatic sanctions against Cuba).

11. Declaration of the Presidents of America, Punta del

Este, April 1967-..

12. Latin American Consensus of Viña del Mar, May

1969_.

13. Resolution 21 of the VII Inter-American Economic

and Social Council (CIES), Panama, September

1971, on Economic Measures Adopted by the

United States...

14. Manifesto of Latin America, XI Special Meeting of

the Special Commission for Latin American Co-

ordination CECLA, Buenos Aires, September 1971.

15. Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in

Latin America, 1967..

16. Additional Protocol II to the Treaty for the Pro-

hibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America,

1968_-

17. OAS Convention to Prevent and Punish the Acts

of Terrorism, 1971.-

B. Regional Integration..

1. Organization of Central American States (ODECA)-

a. Description.--

b. Charter of the Organization of Central Amer-

ican States (ODECA).

2. Central American Common Market (CACM).

a. Description ---

b. General Treaty for Central American Eco-

nomic Integration (Managua Treaty), 1960.

3. Latin American Free Trade Association (LAFTA)--

a. Description.---

b. Treaty Establishing a Free Trade Area and

Instituting the Latin American Free Trade

Association (Montevideo Treaty), 1960.--

4. Andean Group -

a. Description.-

b. Agreement Establishing the Andean Subre-

gional Group (Agreement of Cartagena),

1969.-

5. Caribbean ree Trade iation (CARIFTA)-

a. Description.---

b. Agreement Establishing the Caribbean Free

Trade Association, 1968.-

C. Natural Resources.

1. Sugar

2. Coffee

a. The International Coffee Organization.

b. The International Coffee Agreement, 1968.--

c. An Act to Extend the International Coffee

Agreement of 1968...

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V. SELECTED FORMAL ACTIONS, ETC.—Continued
C. Natural Resources-Continued

3. Territorial Seas, Fisheries Conventions, and Related

Legislation.-
a. Convention for the Establishment of an Inter-

American Tropical Tuna Commission, 1950-
b. Tuna Conventions Act of 1950, as Amended..
c. Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission.-
d. Declaration of Montevideo on the Law of the

Sea (claim to 200 miles of territorial seas

by certain nations), 1970.-
e. Agreement Between the Government of the

Federative Republic of Brazil and the Gov-
ernment of the United States of America

Concerning Shrimp, 1972
f. Legislation Prohibiting U.S. Assistance to

Ecuador Because of Fishing Seizures.

g. Fishermen's Protective Act of 19674. Petroleum.

a. Organization of the Petroleum Exporting

Countries (OPEC)
b. The Statute of the Organization of the Pe-

troleum Exporting Countries, 1965.--.
5. Copper
a. An Agreement to Establish the Intergovern-

mental Council of Copper Exporting Coun-
tries (CIPEC)--

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VI. U.S. LEGISLATION.
A. Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as Amended.
1. Housing Guarantees ..

a. Sec. 222: Housing Projects in Latin American

Countries.

b. Sec. 223: General Provisions
2. Title IV: Overseas Private Investment Corporation

(OPIC)

a. Executive Order No. 11579.
3. Title VI: The Alliance for Progress-
4. Sec. 481: International Narcotics Control.
5. Sec. 507: Restrictions on Military Aid to Latin

America..
6. Sec. 620: Prohibitions Against Furnishing Assistance

(Cuba, and certain other countries)--
B. Foreign Military Sales Act as Amended (Sec. 33 a and c:

Regional Ceilings on Foreign Military Sales)--
C. Inter-American Foundation Act (Foreign Assistance Act of

1969, Part IV, as Amended).
D. Latin American Development Act, as Amended
E. Prohibition on Assistance to Ecuador (Sec. 113, Foreign

Assistance and Related Programs Appropriation Act,

1972)..
F. Fishermen's Protective Act of 1967.
G. The Sugar Act of 1948, as Amended, and Sugar Quotas -
H. An Act to Extend the International Coffee Agreement Act of

1968 (Public Law 92-262)--
1. Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954,

as Amended (Public Law 480).
J. Claims Against Cuba (Public Law 88-666, as amended by

Public Law 89-262).
K. Cuba Resolution (Public Law 87-733)
L. Resolution on Communist Subversion in the Western Hemi-

sphere (House Res. 560, September 20, 1965)

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Page VII. U.S. RELATIONS WITH SPECIFIC COUNTRIES.

477 A. Mexico.

479 1. Falcon Dam (Public Law 81-312)

479 2. Amistad Dam (Public Law 86-605).

480 3. United States-Mexico Interparliamentary Conferences (Public Law 86–420)-

482 4. International Boundary and Water Commission, United States and Mexico.

483 5. American Mexican Chamizal Convention (Public Law 88-300), 1964.

484 6. Convention Between the United States and Mexico for

the Solution of the Problem of the Chamizal, 1964.. 487 7. Treaty To Resolve the Pending Boundary Differences

and Maintain the Rio Grande and Colorado River
as the International Boundary Between the United
States and Mexico, 1970.

494 8. Treaty of Cooperation Between the United States and

Mexico Providing for the Recovery and Return of
Stolen Archaeological, Historical and Cultural
Properties, 1970.-

503 B. Panama

506 1. Convention for the Construction of a Ship Canal (Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty), 1903.

506 2. General Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation Be

tween United States of America and Panama, 1936. 515 3. Treaty of Mutual Understanding and Cooperation, 1955..

525 C. Cuba.

538 1. Guantanamo Naval Base Agreements, 1903 and 1934. 538

a. Treaty Between the United States of America
and Cuba, 1934.--

538 b. Lease of Coaling or Naval Stations, 1903.- 541 c. Lease for Naval or Coaling Stations in Guantanamo and Bahia Honda, 1903..

543 2. Prohibitions Against Furnishing Assistance (Foreign

Assistance Act of 1961, as Amended, Sec. 620)-- 545 3. Claims Against Cuba (Public Law 88-666, as amended by Public Law 89–262).

546 4. Cuba Resolution (Public Law 87-733).

547 5. Resolution on Communist Subversion in the Western

Hemisphere (House Res. 560, September 20, 1965). 548 VIII. TREATIES IN FORCE: A List of Treaties and Other International

Agreements Between the United States and Latin American Countries in Force on January 1, 1972

549 Argentina

551 Barbados

555 Bolivia.

559 Brazil.

563 Chile..

570 Colombia..

575 Costa Rica.

580 Cuba.--

583 Dominican Republic.

587 Ecuador.

590 El Salvador.

594 Guatemala

597 Guyana..

600 Haiti..

603 Honduras

606 Jamaica.

609 Mexico.-

612 Nicaragua

612 Panama

629 Paraguay

628 Peru. Trinidad and Tobago.

637 Uruguay

641 Venezuela..

644 Inter-American Development Bank.

647 Organization of American States ...

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A. Description..
B. OAS Charter--
C. Protocol of Amendment to the OAS Charter.
D. OAS Organizational Chart -
E. Special Committee for Consultation and Negotiation (CECON)
F. OAS Conferences and Meetings.

1. Pan American Conferences 1826–1972.
2. Meetings of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign Affairs, 1939–

1972

3. Formal Peacekeeping Activities, 1948–1972. G. Specialized Organizations of the OAS.

1. Inter-American Children's Institute.
2. Inter-American Commission of Women.
3. Inter-American Indian Institute
4. Inter-American Institute of Agricultural Sciences -
5. Pan American Health Organization.--

6. Pan American Institute of Geography and History H. Special Agencies and Commissions of the OAS.

1. Inter-American Defense Board..
2. Inter-American Statistical Institute.
3. Inter-American Nuclear Energy Commission.
4. Special Consultative Committee on Security-

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