Mutual Security Act of 1956: Hearings Before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, Eighty-fourth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 10082, a Bill to Amend Further the Mutual Security Act of 1954, as Amended and for Other Purposes
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1956 - 1094 pages
Considers (84) H.R. 10082.
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Page 440 - ... b. the President has approved and authorized the execution of the proposed agreement for cooperation, and has made a determination in writing that the performance of the proposed agreement will promote and will not constitute an unreasonable risk to the common defense and security ; c.
Page 5 - State to make a certificate of the amount of such expenditure as he may think it advisable not to specify; and every such certificate shall be deemed a sufficient voucher for the sum therein expressed to have
Page 558 - The three Governments take this opportunity of declaring their deep interest in and their desire to promote the establishment and maintenance of peace and stability in the area and their unalterable opposition to the use of force or threat of force between any of the states in that area.
Page 422 - Eligible agencies are those registered with the Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid. This committee was created in May 1946.
Page 437 - It is contemplated that, as provided in this Article, private individuals and private organizations in either the United States or may deal directly with private individuals and private organizations in the other country.
Page 439 - ... development purposes, medical therapy, or training in nuclear science and engineering. The term does not cover power reactors, power demonstration reactors, or reactors designed primarily for the production of special nuclear materials. D. The terms "Restricted Data", "atomic weapon", and "special nuclear material" are used in this Agreement as defined in the United States Atomic Energy Act of 1954.
Page 814 - Toynbee has recently suggested that our age will be remembered "not for its horrifying crimes or its astonishing inventions but because it is the first age since the dawn of history in which mankind dared to believe it practicable to make the benefits of civilization available to the whole human race.
Page 437 - Israel shall not at any time be in excess of six (6) kilograms of contained U-235 in uranium enriched up to a maximum of twenty percent...
Page 436 - Whereas research reactors are useful in the production of research quantities of radioisotopes, in medical therapy and in numerous other research activities and at the same time are a means of affording valuable training and experience in nuclear science and engineering useful in the development of other peaceful uses of atomic energy including civilian nuclear power; and Whereas the Government of the...