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22 FOREIGN RELATIONS & INTERCOURSE
 
 
 
 
 
22 - 6 FOREIGN DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR OFFICERS (§§ 251 to 259)
1 - 1 - 1 Definitions

 
1 - 1 - 2 Privileges and immunities of mission of nonparty to Vienna Convention

 
1 - 1 - 3 Extension of more favorable or less favorable treatment than provided under Vienna Convention; authority of President

 
1 - 1 - 4 Policy toward certain agents of foreign governments

 
1 - 1 - 5 Dismissal on motion of action against individual entitled to immunity

 
1 - 1 - 6  Liability insurance for members of mission

 
1 - 1 - 7 Jurisdiction of consular officers in disputes between seamen

 
1 - 1 - 8 Arrest of seamen; procedure generally

 
1 - 1 - 9  Commitment and discharge

 
1 - 1 - 10 Enforcement of awards of foreign consuls

 
Repealed & Omitted. June 25, 1948, Sept. 1, 1948,  Dec. 17, 1993, Aug. 10, 1956,
 
22 - 7  INTERNATIONAL BUREAUS, CONGRESSES, ETC. (§§ 261 to 290q)
1 - 1 - 1 Policy as to settlement of disputes and disarmament

 
1 - 1 - 2 President’s participation in international congresses restricted

 
1 - 1 - 3 Restriction relating to United States accession to any new international criminal tribunal

 
1 - 1 - 4 Contributions to international organizations; consent of State Department; limitations as to certain organizations

 
1 - 1 - 5 Commitments for United States contributions to international organizations; limitations; consultation with Congressional committees

 
1 - 1 - 6 Commitments for United States contributions to international financial institutions fostering economic development in less developed countries; continuation of participation

 
1 - 1 - 7  Human rights and United States assistance policies with international financial institutions

 
1 - 1 - 8 Congressional statement of policy of human rights and United States assistance policies with international institutions

 
1 - 1 - 9 Comparability of salaries and benefits of employees of international financial institutions with employees of American private business and governmental service

 
1 - 1 - 10 Promotion of development and utilization of light capital technologies and United States assistance policies with international financial institutions

 
1 - 1 - 11 Human nutrition in developing countries and United States assistance policies with international financial institutions; declaration of policy

 
1 - 1 - 12 Targeting assistance to specific populations

 
1 - 1 - 13 Establishment of guidelines for international financial institutions

 
1 - 1 - 14 International negotiations on future replenishments of international financial institutions; consultation with appropriate Members of Congress

 
1 - 1 - 15 Opposition by United States Executive Directors of international financial institutions to assistance for production or extraction of export commodities or minerals in surplus on world markets

 
1 - 1 - 16 Use of renewable resources for energy production

 
1 - 1 - 17 Financial assistance to international financial institutions; considerations and criteria

 
1 - 1 - 18 Transparency of budgets

 
1 - 1 - 19 Female genital mutilation

 
1 - 1 - 20 Environmental reform measures and remedial measures; Committee on Health and the Environment

 
1 - 1 - 21 Sustainable economic growth and management of natural resources; environmental impact of loans; pest management; addition of trained professionals; “early warning system”

 
1 - 1 - 22 Sustainable use of natural resources; use of agricultural and industrial chemicals

 
1 - 1 - 23 Environmental and energy initiatives; benchmarks; Global Warming Initiative; appropriations

 
1 - 1 - 24 Congressional findings and policies for multilateral development banks respecting environment, public health, natural resources, and indigenous peoples

 
1 - 1 - 25 Environmental performance of banks; mechanisms for improvement

 
1 - 1 - 26 Environmental impact of assistance proposals

 
1 - 1 - 27 Cooperative information exchange system

 
1 - 1 - 28 Environmental educational and training programs for mid-level bank managers and officials of borrowing countries

 
1 - 1 - 29  Environmental impact statements; factors considered; promotion of activities by United States Executive Directors

 
1 - 1 - 30 Assessment of environmental impact of proposed multilateral development bank actions

 
1 - 1 - 31  Climate change mitigation and greenhouse gas accounting

 
1 - 1 - 32  Congressional findings and policies respecting agricultural and commodity production

 
1 - 1 - 33 Increase in income and employment in developing countries; enhancement of purchasing power; diversification away from single crop or product economies

 
1 - 1 - 34 Financing projects for production of export commodities, products, or minerals in surplus in world markets discouraged; instructions by Secretary of the Treasury to United States Executive Directors

 
1 - 1 - 35 Reduction of barriers to agricultural trade

 
1 - 1 - 36 Negotiations concerning replenishment or increase in capital; annual reports on implementation of lending policy goals

 
1 - 1 - 37 Military spending by recipient countries; military involvement in economies of recipient countries

 
1 - 1 - 38 Advocacy of policies to enhance general effectiveness of International Monetary Fund

 
1 - 1 - 39 Administrative provisions

 
1 - 1 - 40 Promotion of policy goals

 
1 - 1 - 41  Impact adjustment lending programs

 
1 - 1 - 42 Grassroots Collaboration Program

 
1 - 1 - 43 Instructions to United States Executive Directors for extension of credit

 
1 - 1 - 44  Participation of women in economic, social and policy development activities

 
1 - 1 - 45  Instructions to United States Executive Directors; indigenous people in borrowing country; determination of impact; protection of rights; consultation

 
1 - 1 - 46 Loan programs to reduce economic dependence on illicit narcotics

 
1 - 1 - 47 Directives regarding government-owned enterprises in countries receiving World Bank loans

 
1 - 1 - 48 Initiation of discussions to facilitate debt-for-development swaps for human welfare and environmental conservation

 
1 - 1 - 49  Initiation of discussions to facilitate financing of human welfare and natural resource programs in sub-Saharan Africa in connection with debt reduction and conversion

 
1 - 1 - 50 Extent to which borrowing country governments have honored debt-for-development swap agreements to be considered as factor in making loans to such borrowers

 
1 - 1 - 51 Assistance to countries to develop statistical assessment of well-being of poor

 
1 - 1 - 52 Directives regarding government-owned enterprises in countries receiving IADB loans

 
1 - 1 - 53 Discussions to increase productive economic participation of poor; reports

 
1 - 1 - 54  Multilateral development banks and debt-for-nature exchanges

 
1 - 1 - 55 Promotion of lending for environment

 
1 - 1 - 56 Promotion of institution-building for nongovernmental organizations concerned with environment

 
1 - 1 - 57 Improvement of interaction between International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and nongovernmental organizations

 
1 - 1 - 58 Population, health, and nutrition programs

 
1 - 1 - 59 Equal employment opportunities

 
1 - 1 - 60 Respect for indigenous peoples

 
1 - 1 - 61 Encouragement of fair labor practices

 
1 - 1 - 62 Opposition to assistance by international financial institutions to terrorist states

 
1 - 1 - 63 Use of authority of United States Executive Directors

 
1 - 1 - 64 Definitions

 
1 - 1 - 65  Improvement of the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative

 
1 - 1 - 66 Reform of the Enhanced Structural Adjustment Facility

 
1 - 1 - 67 Modification of the Enhanced HIPC Initiative

 
1 - 1 - 68 Reform of the “Doing Business” Report of the World Bank

 
1 - 1 - 69 Enhancing the transparency and effectiveness of the Inspection Panel process of the World Bank

 
1 - 1 - 70  Opposition to loans or funds for countries that support terrorism

 
1 - 1 - 71 Cancellation of Haiti’s debts to international financial institutions

 
1 - 1 - 72 Annual report by Chairman of National Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Policies

 
1 - 1 - 73 Transmission to the Congress of operating summaries of the multilateral development banks

 
1 - 1 - 74  Combined report on effect of pending multilateral development bank loans on environment, natural resources, public health, and indigenous peoples

 
1 - 1 - 75  Reports on financial stabilization programs led by International Monetary Fund in connection with financing from Exchange Stabilization Fund

 
1 - 1 - 76 Annual report and testimony on state of international financial system, IMF reform, and compliance with IMF agreements

 
1 - 1 - 77  Reports on policies, operations, and management of international financial institutions

 
1 - 1 - 78 Multilateral development bank procurement

 
1 - 1 - 79 Procurement opportunities for United States firms

 
1 - 1 - 80 Commercial Service Officers and multilateral development bank procurement

 
1 - 1 - 81 Personnel practices

 
1 - 1 - 82 International Prison Commission

 
1 - 1 - 83 International Criminal Police Organization

 
1 - 1 - 84  International commission of congresses of navigation; authorization of appropriation for expenses

 
1 - 1 - 85 Permanent Commission of International Geodetic Association; representative of United States

 
1 - 1 - 86 Appointment of delegates; compensation

 
1 - 1 - 87  International Joint Commission; invitation to establish; personnel; duties

 
1 - 1 - 88  International Joint Commission; salaries; powers

 
1 - 1 - 89  Advances from appropriation “Boundary line, Alaska and Canada, and the United States and Canada”

 
1 - 1 - 90 Limitation on expenditure of funds for compensation of International Boundary Commissioner to actual hours worked

 
1 - 1 - 91  Permanent International Association of Road Congresses; authorization of membership

 
1 - 1 - 92 Central Bureau of the International Map of the World on the Millionth Scale; authorization of appropriations

 
1 - 1 - 93  International Statistical Bureau at The Hague; authorization of appropriations

 
1 - 1 - 94 Inter American Statistical Institute; authorization of appropriations

 
1 - 1 - 95 International Bureau for the Protection of Industrial Property; authorization of appropriations

 
1 - 1 - 96 Private International Law Conference at The Hague and Private Law International Institute in Rome; membership; appointment of delegates

 
1 - 1 - 97 Authorization of appropriations

 
1 - 1 - 98 International Union for the Publication of Customs Tariffs; authorization of annual appropriations for expenses

 
1 - 1 - 99 International Labor Organization; membership

 
1 - 1 - 100 Authorization of appropriations

 
1 - 1 - 101 Loyalty check on United States personnel

 
1 - 1 - 102  Pan American Institute of Geography and History; authorization of annual appropriations for membership

 
1 - 1 - 103 International Council of Scientific Unions and Associated Unions; authorization of annual appropriations for membership

 
1 - 1 - 104 International biological program

 
1 - 1 - 105 Cooperation of Federal and non-Federal departments, agencies, and organizations; transfers of funds

 
1 - 1 - 106 International Hydrographic Bureau

 
1 - 1 - 107 Permanent International Commission of the Congresses of Navigation; authorization of appropriations

 
1 - 1 - 108  Designation of Senate delegates to Conferences of the Interparliamentary Union

 
1 - 1 - 109 Reports of expenditures by members of American groups or delegations and employees; consolidated reports by congressional committees; public inspection

 
1 - 1 - 110 Employee benefits for United States citizen-representatives to international financial institutions; Treasury Department as collecting, accounting, and depositing agency for employee payments; contributions from appropriated funds

 
1 - 1 - 111 Employment of United States citizens by certain international organizations

 
1 - 1 - 112 CANADA-UNITED STATES INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP (§§ 276d to 276g)

 
1 - 1 - 113 MEXICO-UNITED STATES INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP (§§ 276h to 276k)

 
1 - 1 - 114 BRITISH-AMERICAN INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP (§ 276l)

 
1 - 1 - 115  UNITED STATES DELEGATION TO PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY OF CONFERENCE ON SECURITY AND COOPERATION IN EUROPE (CSCE) (§ 276m)

 
1 - 1 - 116 UNITED STATES SENATE-CHINA INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP (§ 276n)

 
1 - 1 - 117 UNITED STATES SENATE-RUSSIA INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP (§ 276o)

 
1 - 1 - 118 UNITED STATES SENATE-JAPAN INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP (§ 276p)

 
1 - 1 - 119 KERMIT ROOSEVELT FUND (§§ 276aa to 276ee)

 
1 - 1 - 120 INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY AND WATER COMMISSION (§§ 277 to 277i)

 
1 - 1 - 121 GORGAS MEMORIAL LABORATORY (§§ 278 to 278b)

 
1 - 1 - 122 UNITED NATIONS FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION (§§ 279 to 279d)

 
1 - 1 - 123 SOUTH PACIFIC COMMISSION (§§ 280 to 280c)

 
1 - 1 - 124 CARIBBEAN COMMISSION (§§ 280h to 280i)

 
1 - 1 - 125 PAN AMERICAN RAILWAY CONGRESS (§§ 280j to 280k)

 
1 - 1 - 126 THE INSTITUTE OF INTER-AMERICAN AFFAIRS (§§ 281 to 281l)

 
1 - 1 - 127  INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION (§§ 282 to 282o)

 
1 - 1 - 128 INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (§§ 283 to 283z-13)

 
1 - 1 - 129 INTER-AMERICAN INVESTMENT CORPORATION (§§ 283aa to 283ii)

 
1 - 1 - 130 INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (§§ 284 to 284aa)

 
1 - 1 - 131 ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (§§ 285 to 285ff)

 
1 - 1 - 132 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND AND BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT (§§ 286 to 286xx)

 
1 - 1 - 133 UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION (§§ 287 to 287l)

 
1 - 1 - 134 UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION (§§ 287m to 287t)

 
1 - 1 - 135  PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (§§ 288 to 288l)

 
1 - 1 - 136  INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE ORGANIZATION (§§ 289 to 289d)

 
1 - 1 - 137 WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (§§ 290 to 290e-1)

 
1 - 1 - 138  INTER-AMERICAN FOUNDATION (§ 290f)

 
1 - 1 - 139 AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FUND (§§ 290g to 290g-23)

 
1 - 1 - 140 UNITED STATES AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION (§§ 290h to 290h-9)

 
1 - 1 - 141 AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK (§§ 290i to 290i-11)

 
1 - 1 - 142 UNITED STATES-INDIA FUND FOR CULTURAL, EDUCATIONAL, AND SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION (§§ 290j to 290j-1)

 
1 - 1 - 143  MULTILATERAL INVESTMENT GUARANTEE AGENCY (§§ 290k to 290k-11)

 
1 - 1 - 144 EUROPEAN BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT (§§ 290l to 290l-9)

 
1 - 1 - 145 NORTH AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK AND RELATED PROVISIONS (§§ 290m to 290m-6)

 
1 - 1 - 146  UNITED STATES-MEXICO BORDER HEALTH COMMISSION (§§ 290n to 290n-6)

 
1 - 1 - 147 MIDDLE EAST DEVELOPMENT BANK (§§ 290o to 290o-7)

 
1 - 1 - 148 INTERNATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY AGENCY (§ 290p)

 
1 - 1 - 149 ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES (§ 290q)

 

 
22 - 8 FOREIGN SERVICE BUILDINGS (§§ 291 to 304)
1 - 1 - 1 Lease of buildings, etc., for offices, living quarters, heat, light, and equipment

 
1 - 1 - 2 Acquisition of sites and buildings for diplomatic and consular establishments; allotment of space; credit of payments without regard to limitations of amounts

 
1 - 1 - 3 Demonstration of solar and other renewable energy technologies in foreign countries

 
1 - 1 - 4 Manner of use of buildings; contracts for construction, etc.

 
1 - 1 - 5 Contracts requiring payment in foreign currency

 
1 - 1 - 6 Authorization of appropriations; Foreign Service Building Fund; expenditures; foreign currencies

 
1 - 1 - 7 Duties of Secretary of State with respect to commission and properties

 
1 - 1 - 8  Maintenance management of overseas prop­erty

 
1 - 1 - 9  Acquisition of property by lease

 
1 - 1 - 10 Short title

 
1 - 1 - 11 Dispositions of property; damage payments; acceptance of gifts or services

 
1 - 1 - 12 Lease or rental arrangements of not less than ten years; approval by Secretary; delegation of authority; information to Congress

 
1 - 1 - 13 Award of contracts

 
1 - 1 - 14  Annual report on embassy construction costs

 
 Repealed. Aug. 12, 1963, Dec. 16, 2016,
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
22 - 19  UNITED STATES INFORMATION AND EDUCATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMS (§§ 1431 to 1480)
1 - 1 - 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS (§§ 1431 to 1442a)

 
1 - 1 - 2 ASSIGNMENT OF SPECIALISTS (§§ 1451 to 1453)

 
1 - 1 - 3 ASSIGNMENT OF SPECIALISTS (§§ 1451 to 1453)

 
1 - 1 - 4 PARTICIPATION BY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES (§§ 1456 to 1458)

 
1 - 1 - 5 DISSEMINATION ABROAD OF INFORMATION ABOUT THE UNITED STATES (§§ 1461 to 1464b)

 
1 - 1 - 6 RADIO BROADCASTING TO CUBA (§§ 1465 to 1465g)

 
1 - 1 - 7  TELEVISION BROADCASTING TO CUBA (§§ 1465aa to 1465ff)

 
1 - 1 - 8  ADVISORY COMMISSIONS TO FORMULATE POLICIES (§§ 1466 to 1469)

 
1 - 1 - 9 ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE (§§ 1471 to 1475h)

 
1 - 1 - 10 APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER FUNDS (§§ 1476 to 1480)APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER FUNDS (§§ 1476 to 1480)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
22 - 29 PROTECTION OF VESSELS ON THE HIGH SEAS AND IN TERRITORIAL WATERS OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES (§§ 1971 to 1980b)
1 - 1 - 1 “Vessel of the United States” defined

 
1 - 1 - 2 Action by Secretary of State upon seizure of vessel by foreign country; preconditions

 
1 - 1 - 3 Reimbursement of owner for any direct charges paid to secure release of vessel and crew

 
1 - 1 - 4  Inapplicability of chapter to certain seizures

 
1 - 1 - 5 Claims for amounts expended because of seizure

 
1 - 1 - 6 Authorization of appropriations

 
1 - 1 - 7 Reimbursement for seized commercial fishermen

 
1 - 1 - 8 Restriction on importation of fishery or wildlife products from countries which violate international fishery or endangered or threatened species programs

 
1 - 1 - 9  Fishermen’s Protective Fund

 
1 - 1 - 10  Compensation for loss or destruction of commercial fishing vessel or gear

 
1 - 1 - 11  Reimbursement of owner for fee paid to navigate foreign waters if fee inconsistent with international law

 
1 - 1 - 12  Sanctions for imposition of conditions on U.S. fishing vessel found inconsistent with international law

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
22 - 39  MUTUAL EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM (§§ 2451 to 2464)
1 - 1 - 1 Congressional statement of purpose

 
1 - 1 - 2  Authorization of activities

 
1 - 1 - 3  Exchange program with countries in transition from totalitarianism to democracy

 
1 - 1 - 4  International expositions

 
1 - 1 - 5 Program to provide grants to American-sponsored schools in predominantly Muslim countries to provide scholarships

 
1 - 1 - 6 Agreements with foreign governments and international organizations

 
1 - 1 - 7 Administration

 
1 - 1 - 8  Appropriations

 
1 - 1 - 9  J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board

 
1 - 1 - 10  Reports by Board

 
1 - 1 - 11 Authority of President

 
1 - 1 - 12 Federal employee participation in cultural exchange programs

 
1 - 1 - 13 Immunity from seizure under judicial process of cultural objects imported for temporary exhibition or display

 
1 - 1 - 14 Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs

 
1 - 1 - 15 Exchanges between United States and independent states of the former Soviet Union

 
1 - 1 - 16 Establishment of grant program for foreign study by American college students of limited financial means

 
1 - 1 - 17 Allocation of funds transferred to the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs

 
1 - 1 - 18 Ethical issues in international health research

 
 
22 - 40 PEACE CORPS (§§ 2501 to 2523)
1 - 1 - 1 Congressional declaration of purpose

 
1 - 1 - 2 Independent agency status of Peace Corps

 
1 - 1 - 3  Voluntary service programs

 
1 - 1 - 4 Presidential authorization; appropriations and financial readjustments

 
1 - 1 - 5 Director and Deputy Director; delegation of functions

 
1 - 1 - 6 Peace Corps volunteers

 
1 - 1 - 7 Peace Corps volunteer leaders; number; applicability of chapter; benefits

 
1 - 1 - 8  Peace Corps employees

 
1 - 1 - 9  Training program

 
1 - 1 - 10  Sexual assault risk-reduction and response training

 
1 - 1 - 11 Sexual assault policy

 
1 - 1 - 12 Office of Victim Advocacy

 
1 - 1 - 13 Establishment of Sexual Assault Advisory Council

 
1 - 1 - 14 Volunteer feedback and Peace Corps review

 
1 - 1 - 15  Establishment of a policy on stalking

 
1 - 1 - 16 Establishment of a confidentiality protection policy

 
1 - 1 - 17 Removal and assessment and evaluation

 
1 - 1 - 18 Reporting requirements

 
1 - 1 - 19 Foreign participants; admission into the United States as nonimmigrants; removal

 
1 - 1 - 20 Presidential powers and authorities

 
1 - 1 - 21 Peace Corps National Advisory Council

 
1 - 1 - 22 Experts and consultants

 
1 - 1 - 23  Assignment of personnel to foreign governments or international organizations

 
1 - 1 - 24 Use of funds

 
1 - 1 - 25 Authorization for Peace Corps to provide separation pay for host country resident personal services contractors of the Peace Corps

 
1 - 1 - 26 Foreign Currency Fluctuations Account

 
1 - 1 - 27 Use of foreign currencies

 
1 - 1 - 28  Activities promoting Americans’ understanding of other peoples

 
1 - 1 - 29 Seal and name

 
1 - 1 - 30 Security investigations

 
1 - 1 - 31 Military training and service exemption

 
1 - 1 - 32 Foreign language proficiency

 
1 - 1 - 33 Nonpartisan appointments

 
1 - 1 - 34 Definitions

 
1 - 1 - 35 Separability

 
 Omitted