The United States and Inter-American Security, 1889-1960

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Index
ABCP: mediation by, 155-159passim
Acheson, Dean: statement of policy by, 292; policy objectives of, 359; denounces plots, 399
Act of Bogotá (1960): for social improvement, 384
Act of Chapultepec: and Dumbarton Oaks Proposals, 262-263; precursor to formal treaty, 278-279; relation of, to Rio treaty, 281-282; not aimed at U.S.S.R., 427
Act of Havana Concerning the Provisional Administration of European Colonies or Possessions in the Americas: on European possessions, 187; endorses Monroe Doctrine, 188
Adams, John Quincy: early policy of, 32-33; inter-American policy of, 35; the "American system" of, 466- 467
Additional Protocol Relative to Nonintervention (1936): consultation formula attached to, 132; ratifications of, 151
Additional Protocol to the General Convention of Inter-American Conciliation (1933): drafted at Montevideo, 117; ratifications, 150
Ad Hoc Good Offices Committee: created by San Josá Meeting, 461
Advisory Defense Committee: status of, 329
Aftosa Commission: in Mexico, 356
Agriculture-Trade Development and Assistance Act. See Public Law 480
Alemán, Miguel: rejects U.S. agreement, 336
Alexander, Robert: on U.S. policy, 444-445
Alfaro, Ricardo: quoted, 149
Alfonso XIII: arbitration by, 172, 370
Álvarez del Vayo, J.: criticizes U.S. policy, 436
American Committee on Dependent Territories: Havana meeting of, 325-326
American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man: resolution on, 316-317; right of revolution in, 323
American Declaration of the Rights of Man: adopted at Bogotá ( 1948), 286
American international law: codification of, 120-121, 148; codification agencies abolished, 321
American Sanitary Conference of Lima (1888): 45
American solidarity. See inter-American solidarity.
"American system": of Henry Clay, 466
American Treaty of Pacific Settlement: and the Pacto de Amistad, 395
Ancón, Treaty of: influences Chile, 87-88
Anderson, Richard C.: instructed by Secretary Adams, 32
Anderson, Robert B.: at economic conference, 375
Andrade, Victor: on economic problems, 380
Antarctica: Chilean claims to, 187 anti-Americanism: causes of, general, 346-350; economic causes of, 376- 378; in Ecuador, 407; organized by Reds, 417; aroused by Guatemala affair, 451-453
anti-United States. See anti-Ameriicanism
Anti-War Treaty of Non-Aggression and Conciliation. See Saavedra Lamas treaty
anti-Yankeeism. See anti-Americanism
Arab League: at San Francisco, 10; as a regional arrangement, 23-26

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