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Mr. KEATING. Supplementing what That could complicate our foreign policy Pakistan is afraid that India will, after the Senator from Oregon has said, I no end.

we have aided her, be strong enough to asked this question of the Director of the Egypt is the object of this amendment. attack Pakistan. However, I do not AID Agency:

Let us name Egypt in the bill. Let us do think India will attack Pakistan; but I do Well, now, why do we continue aid to as we did in the case of Indonesia a while not want President Kennedy or any other Egypt, for instance, which has shown its ag- ago. Then we will not complicate the President of the United States to be regressive tendencies in Yemen and in threats matter with Pakistan, India, and Taiwan, quired by Congress to state that it looks against Israel?

or with Bolivia, Chile, Algeria, and as if India is a potential aggressor and This was the answer of Mr. David Bell, Morocco. I am perfectly willing and pre- that U.S. aid had better be cut off. the AID Administrator:

pared to vote for this amendment on the A few minutes ago the Senate adopted Well, the Egyptian case, as you know bet

basis of our knowledge of the country the Proxmire amendment in regard to ter than most, Senator, is a very–indeed the that we know to be guilty,

aid to Indonesia. I thought it was a good whole Middle East situation is a very tense I am entirely prepared to vote for this amendment, although I believed it could and uncertain one. The philosophy of U.S. amendment on the basis of the actions well have been tougher, for I want to assistance to those Middle Eastern countries of the nations that are guilty of such crack down on the open aggression and for the last several years has been that if we conduct; but I do not want us to say to the poison propaganda that come out of work with them to achieve some reasonable the President, “You are to name the ones

Cairo. So I favor including such an economic and social progress in those countries, we would be contributing to the possi- who are responsible for such interna- amendment in the bill, but not a statebilities of peaceful progress in the Middletional crises, and then, after naming ment instructing the President to find East and we would be working against the them, you are to cut off our aid to them.” that someone unnamed by us—is prepossibility of additional military flareups. There appears to be little doubt that paring for aggression. We've had, I think, some considerable suc- Nasser was responsible for the attack on Mr. GRUENING. I agree, and I hope cess. We certainly haven't had uniform suc Yemen, and I favor cutting off our aid the Senator from Minnesota will submit cess in that. The action of the Egyptians in to Egypt. From the available evidence an amendment in which Nasser in parYemen is a complicated one. As you know it would appear that Nasser is guilty, ticular will be named; and if that amendthe Egyptians have been supporting one side and let us say that he is. Let us not ment is adopted, if the Senate has prein that revolt and the Saudi Arabian Govern- force the President to make decisions viously adopted my amendment, its ment has been supporting the other side. which might very well precipitate a weaker provision can be withdrawn. It's a tangled situation but it is certainly crisis which we would not want. We Mr. HUMPHREY. But the Proxmire different from and distinguished from an know what Nasser has been doing; there amendment approach in regard to India outright aggression. is little doubt about that.

might well cover this situation. That is exactly the type of reasoning Mr. GRUENING. Mr. President, I am His amendment provided: that has allowed the aid to continue, and delighted to join in the view the Sen No assistance under this Act shall be furit is the type of reasoning which I am ator from Minnesota has expressed; and nished to Indonesiasure the Senator and I are likely to face, after my amendment is adopted, I shall At that point we could well substitute even if the amendment is adopted. be glad to have him submit an amend

the name "the United Arab Republic"Mr. GRUENING. That is precisely ment carrying out his ideas; and if that

unless the President determines that the furthe type of sophistry the Senators from amendment then is adopted, we can

nishing of such assistance is essential to the New York, the Senator from Oregon, and withdraw mine, leaving his which will

national interest of the United States. The I fear. There is a sharp distinction be- unqualifiedly declare: "No aid for Nas

President shall keep the Foreign Relations tween such military activity and the aid ser's United Arab Republic.”

Committee and the Appropriations Commitwhich Saudi Arabia gave to Yemen for a Mr. HUMPHREY. However, we are tee of the Senate and the Speaker of the time. Saudi Arabia gave financial aid, dealing with delicate foreign relations House of Representatives fully and currently

informed of any assistance furnished to not military aid as did Nasser. But when matters which involve the security of

Indonesia that financial aid was withdrawn by the United States and our Nation's naSaudi Arabia, Nasser did not withdraw tional policy. So we should not force Again I would substitute the words his troops. He violated his pledges and the President to make such decisions “the United Arab Republic”his promises to withdraw his troops if prematurely. We do not have all the under this Act. Saudi Arabia ceased its financial aid. facts; but we have ample information

Mr. GRUENING. That would be an Mr. KEATING. He increased the in regard to the conduct of Egypt, and ideal amendment; but we do not want number of his troops.

there is no doubt about what Egypt has to act in accordance with the fable about Mr. GRUENING. The regime which been doing.

the dog that was carrying a bone in his he is supporting would collapse the day By the way, Mr. President, let me mouth. When he reached a bridge over his troops were withdrawn. In addition, state that I offered the Senator's amend

a stream, he looked into the water and he has continued to make preparations ment in the committee.

saw his reflection, and the bone's reflecfor war against others; and as I said in Mr. GRUENING. And what happened tion and then opened his mouth to seize reply to the Senator from Oregon, Nasser there?

the reflection, and dropped the real bone has never ceased to proclaim his deter Mr. HUMPHREY. We did not have into the water, and could not get it again. mination to conquer Israel, to wipe it out, enough votes to adopt it there. I of- Let us adopt my amendment; and if to eradicate it. He is proud of that. He fered the amendment there at the Sen- thereafter the other amendment is continues to prepare for it.

ator's request, and I spoke for the adopted, mine can then be withdrawn. If the State Department, following the amendment on the basis of the same Mr. MORSE. Mr. President, will the Senator's fear that they will, as they argument the Senator from Alaska is Senator from Alaska yield? have, take the position that the war in making about Egypt and Nasser's opera

The PRESIDING OFFICER (Mr. Yemen is a highly complicated situation, tions. We know perfectly well what he WALTERS in the chair). Does the Senaand that there are two sides to it, that has been doing in Yemen and in Al- tor from Alaska yield to the Senator nobody is really an aggressor, the next geria, and we know perfectly well about from Oregon? session of Congress will write the law in his constant meddling in the Middle Mr. GRUENING. I yield. such a way that there will be no discre- East governments in many, many in Mr. MORSE. Mr. President, I wish to tion and no argument.

stances, which include Iraq and Syria; submit certain figures in regard to the Mr. HUMPHREY. Mr. President, will and we could name many more of them. United Arab Republic. I do not share the Senator yield?

Mr. GRUENING. That is correct. the interpretation of this amendment by Mr. GRUENING. I yield.

Mr. HUMPHREY. But I want them the Senator from Minnesota, for the Mr. HUMPHREY. I am not opposed named in the bill, not interpreted in some amendment does not require the Presito the Senator's amendment. Why not way at a Foreign Relations Committee dent, before extending aid, to make an name the countries? Why become in- meeting.

investigation of all countries aided under volved to the point where we impose upon There have been numerous comments the foreign aid program, to determine the President the requirement of a con- about India. I have heard those ques- whether they are engaged in aggression stant decision, so that he must declare tions argued in executive session in the or are preparing to engage in aggression. at a particular time that such a country committee. It was said there that we The amendment simply requires that appears to be preparing for aggression? should reduce our aid to India because when it is charged that a country is an

aggressor nation or when the President this amendment in the words in which Mr. MORSE. Mr. President, the finds that a country is an aggressor or it is now phrased. If, as the Senator United Arab Republic has received from when it is charged that a country is pre- says, the Senator from Minnesota or the United States from 1946 through 1963 paring for aggression, the amendment other Senators wish to submit an even aid which has totaled $807 million. For will go into effect.

stronger amendment--one cutting off fiscal year 1963, alone, it totals $198.9 Let us consider the situation in regard all of our aid to the United Arab Repub- million. to India: If there were submitted to the lic-that is something else. But for the Mr. President, I wish to make clear President evidence satisfying him that time being let us continue with this that all of this is economic aid. The India was in fact preparing for aggres- amendment. The words "preparing for" United Arab Republic has received no sion, of course, our aid to India should represent the very essence of the amend- military aid from the United States. She stop. Similarly in the case of our aid to ment; and without them the amendment receives most of her military aid from Pakistan, or Taiwan, or any other coun- would mean very little, because in the the Soviet bloc. try, we should terminate any assistance absence of those words, such a country Mr. JAVITS. Mr. President, a parwhen it engages in aggression or prepares would actually have to be engaged in an liamentary inquiry. to engage in aggression. But I think it invasion. The damage would have been

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PRESIDING OFFICER. The would be a mistake to assume that the done and the invading forces would be Senator will state it. amendment would place on the President sweeping through the country which was Mr. JAVITS. Who has the floor? the burden of proceeding to conduct an under attack, before there could be a The PRESIDING OFFICER. The investigation of any country otherwise finding, under such a provision, that the Senator from Alaska has the floor. eligible for aid under our aid program, aid would have to be cut off. How ridic Mr. HICKENLOOPER. Mr. Presiin order to determine whether that coun- ulous it would be to remove the very dent, will the Senator yield? try was engaged in aggression or was heart of the amendment; and the words Mr. GRUENING. I yield to the Senpreparing to do so.

"or preparing for” are the heart of the ator from Iowa. In my judgment, if we change one word amendment.

Mr. HICKENLOOPER. I wish to ask of this amendment, we run great risk of Mr. GRUENING. I could not agree the Senator one question, if I may. losing it; but if we keep the amendment more fully with the Senator from New Does the Senator have the figures as just as it is—inasmuch as the House has York. With his newly obtained rockets,

With his newly obtained rockets, to the amount of aid which the United already voted in favor of this language Nasser could destroy the little country States has given to the State of Israel, it will be nailed into the foreign aid bill, that is Israel in 1 hour or 2, and at the not only by way of direct aid, but also as it should be, for the benefit of the end of the afternoon the destruction by way of tax free donations and bonds U.S. State Department.

would be complete-long before we in the that have gone into Israel during the Mr. GRUENING. I thank the Sena- United States or the free world could do same period of time? tor from Oregon.

anything about it. However, the fact Mr. MORSE. I shall be very glad to Mr. KEATING. Mr. President, will that Nasser is obtaining ground-to- have the figures I have available placed the Senator from Alaska yield to me? ground missiles and does have sub in the RECORD. I wish quickly to point Mr. GRUENING. I yield.

marines, tanks, and other weapons which out, however, that we are not talking Mr. KEATING. I hope the Senator are needed only for aggressive warfare is about Israel as an aggressor. She has no will not yield to the blandishments of a demonstration that he is preparing for arms on foreign soil. those who are seeking to change this a war similar to the aggression he has As to the other part of the question, amendment. As he knows, I have felt conducted in Yemen and the aggression I have not the slightest idea what very strongly about the propaganda ele- he has conducted elsewhere, and wants amounts of money have been sent to ments involved here; and I had an clearly to conduct against Jordan, Israel,

clearly to conduct against Jordan, Israel, Israel by way of fund raising. What amendment to add, after the word "mili- Morocco, or any country that impedes that would have to do with the issue betary," the words "or propaganda.” But his plans for being the supreme ruler of fore the Senate I would be at a loss to I am convinced that we should adopt the Arab world.

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103, 916 32, 28471, 63235, 967 Near East and south Asia..

20, 224

5,613 14, 611 8, 022 Afghanistan

237 3 235 152 Ceylon...

88

88 26 Cyprus.

21

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3,516 1, 682

1,834 India.

4,718 60 4,658 1, 890 Iran...

1, 422

633

789 592 Iraq..

69 46 Israel.

962 5 957 464 Jordan

414 30 385 317 Lebanon

88

80 58 Nepal.

53

53 31 Pakistan

2, 227

2, 227 1, 344 Sandi Arabia

46 27 Syria Arab Republic.. 96 (1)

96 32 Turkey.

4, 164 2, 403 1,761 United

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216

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334 8 326 Brazil..

231 1,892 British Guiana...

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840 76

764 Colombia

547 60 487 Costa Rica.

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184

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178

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106

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817

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79

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110

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70

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509 97 412 Surinam

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111 30 81 Venezuela

329

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108

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367 97 270 China, Republic of 4, 524 2,399 2, 125 Hong Kong -

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1, 535

710 Indonesia.

881 76 805 Japan..

3,824 1, 040 2, 784 Korea..

5, 674 2,044 3, 630 Laos.

328

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25

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1,851

423

1,428 Thailand.

869 508 361 Vietnam.

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1,556

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2, 405

146 2, 256 Algeria

95

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2

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242

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212 80 133 Gabon...

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159

159 Guinea.

29

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24 Liberia.

179

6 173 Libya.

206 7 198 Malagasy Republic

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2

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427

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81 Rhodesia and Nyasaland.

38 Rwanda..

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38

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76

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30

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364

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12

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12, 288.0 380.3 1,907.7 983. 9 Afghanistan

19.2 1.2 18.0 17.7 Ceylon..

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4.1 2.9 Greece.

128.8 79.6 49.2 31.6 India

821.0 30.0 791.0 402.3 Iran..

115.9 58. 1 57.8 23.4 Iraq.

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63. 6 4.3 59.3 43.0 Lebanon.

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4, 6

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372. 5

372. 5 185.0 Saudi Arabia.

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317.2

135.7 181, 5 131.1 United Arab Republic (Egypt). 198. 7

198.7 48. 6 Yemen..

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23.1 Guatemala

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1, 723.3 Burma

15.2 Cambodia

29. 2 China, Republic of.. 212.6 Hong Kong

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140.9 Japan...

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403.7 Laos.

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117.7 Thailand

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