U.S. Code - Unannotated Title 22. Foreign Relations and Intercourse

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  • Chapter 4. Passports
  • Chapter 6. Foreign Diplomatic and Consular Officers
  • Chapter 7. International Bureaus, Congresses, Etc.
  • Chapter 8. Foreign Service Buildings
  • Chapter 9. Foreign Wars, War Materials, and Neutrality
  • Chapter 10. Hemispheral Relations
  • Chapter 11. Foreign Agents and Propaganda
  • Chapter 13. Service Courts of Friendly Foreign Forces
  • Chapter 15. The Republic of the Philippines
  • Chapter 18. United States Information and Educational Exchange Programs
  • Chapter 21. Settlement of International Claims
  • Chapter 21A. Settlement of Investment Disputes
  • Chapter 23. Protection of Citizens Abroad
  • Chapter 24. Mutual Security Program
  • Chapter 24A. Middle East Peace and Stability
  • Chapter 25. Protection of Vessels on the High Seas and in Territorial Waters of Foreign Countries
  • Chapter 28. International Atomic Energy Agency Participation
  • Chapter 29. Cultural, Technical, and Educational Centers
  • Chapter 29A. Inter-American Cultural and Trade Center
  • Chapter 30. International Cooperation in Health and Medical Research
  • Chapter 31. International Travel
  • Chapter 32. Foreign Assistance
  • Chapter 33. Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Program
  • Chapter 34. The Peace Corps
  • Chapter 35. Arms Control and Disarmament
  • Chapter 36. Migration and Refugee Assistance
  • Chapter 37. Foreign Gifts and Decorations
  • Chapter 38. Department of State
  • Chapter 39. Arms Export Control
  • Chapter 40. International Expositions
  • Chapter 44. Japan-United States Friendship
  • Chapter 45. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe
  • Chapter 46. International Investment and Trade in Services Survey
  • Chapter 46A. Foreign Direct Investment and International Financial Data
  • Chapter 47. Nuclear Non-Proliferation
  • Chapter 48. Taiwan Relations
  • Chapter 49. Support of Peace Treaty Between Egypt and Israel
  • Chapter 50. Institute for Scientific and Technological Cooperation
  • Chapter 51. Panama Canal
  • Chapter 52. Foreign Service
  • Chapter 53. Authorities Relating to the Regulation of Foreign Missions
  • Chapter 53A. Disposition of Personal Property Abroad
  • Chapter 53B. Foreign Relations of the United States Historical Series
  • Chapter 54. Private Organization Assistance
  • Chapter 55. Research and Training for Eastern Europe and the Independent States of the Former Soviet Union
  • Chapter 56. United States Institute of Peace
  • Chapter 57. United States Scholarship Program for Developing Countries
  • Chapter 58. Diplomatic Security
  • Chapter 59. Fascell Fellowship Program
  • Chapter 61. Anti-Terrorism-PLO
  • Chapter 62. International Financial Policy
  • Chapter 63. Support for East European Democracy (SEED)
  • Chapter 64. United States Response to Terrorism Affecting Americans Abroad
  • Chapter 65. Control and Elimination of Chemical and Biological Weapons
  • Chapter 66. United States-Hong Kong Policy
  • Chapter 67. Freedom for Russia and Emerging Eurasian Democracies and Open Markets Support
  • Chapter 68. Demilitarization of the Former Soviet Union
  • Chapter 68A. Cooperative Threat Reduction with States of Former Soviet Union
  • Chapter 69. Cuban Democracy
  • Chapter 69A. Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity (Libertad)
  • Chapter 70. Mansfield Fellowship Program
  • Chapter 71. United States International Broadcasting
  • Chapter 72. Nuclear Proliferation Prevention
  • Chapter 73. International Religious Freedom
  • Chapter 74. Foreign Affairs Agencies Consolidation
  • Chapter 75. Chemical Weapons Convention Implementation
  • Chapter 76. Assistance to Countries with Large Populations Having HIV/Aids
  • Chapter 77. United States-China Relations
  • Chapter 78. Trafficking Victims Protection Act
  • Chapter 79. Trade Sanctions Reform and Export Enhancement
  • Chapter 80. Diplomatic Telecommunications Service Program Office (Dts-Po)
  • Chapter 81. International Criminal Court
  • Chapter 82. Afghanistan Freedom Support
  • Chapter 83. United States Leadership Against HIV/Aids, Tuberculosis, and Malaria
  • Chapter 84. Millennium Challenge
  • Chapter 85. North Korean Human Rights
  • Chapter 86. Climate Change Technology Deployment in Developing Countries
  • Chapter 87. United States and India Nuclear Cooperation
  • Chapter 88. Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty--United States Additional Protocol Implementation
  • Chapter 89. Advancing Democratic Values
  • Chapter 90. Volunteers for Prosperity Program
  • Chapter 91. Enhanced Partnership with Pakistan
  • Chapter 92. Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Divestment
  • Chapter 93. United States-Israel Cooperation
  • Chapter 94. Iran Threat Reduction and Syria Human Rights
  • Chapter 95. Iran Freedom and Counterproliferation
  • Chapter 96. Sovereignty, Integrity, Democracy, and Economic Stability of Ukraine
  • Chapter 96A. Ukraine Freedom Support
  • Chapter 97. International Child Abduction Remedies
  • Chapter 98. International Child Abduction Prevention and Return

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