+ − Parent Committee US - Foreign Affairs (House) + − Bills Assigned (89) US - HR21 Anti-Apartheid Act Amendments of 1989 US - HR91 Anti-Terrorism and Arms Export Amendments Act of 1989 US - HR107 Allies Fair Share Defense Act of 1989 US - HR238 To prohibit the production of lethal binary chemical munitions by the United States and to call on the President to enter into immediate negotiations with the Soviet Union for a mutual, verifiable ban on the production and stockpiling of chemical weapons. US - HR397 To require agreements entered into with certain foreign countries that involve the exchange or transfer of scientific or technological information to be submitted to the Secretary of Defense. US - HR545 To prohibit the production of lethal chemical weapons for two years after enactment of this bill, to encourage the negotiation of an international agreement to stop the production, proliferation, and stockpiling of lethal chemical weapons, and to direct the State Department and Commerce Department to develop options for economic sanctions to be applied against nations which use or produce chemical weapons. US - HR574 To repeal the War Powers Resolution. US - HR577 Separation of Powers Act of 1989 US - HR696 Chemical and Biological Weapons Control Act of 1989 US - HR963 To provide for the imposition of sanctions on persons who export, transfer, or otherwise engage in the trade of certain items in violation of laws and regulations implementing the Military Technology Control Regime. US - HR966 Ban Nuclear Power in Earth Orbit Act US - HR1045 To prohibit all United States military and economic assistance for Turkey until the Turkish Government takes certain actions to resolve the Cyprus problem. US - HR1078 Global Warming Prevention Act of 1989 US - HR1100 To prohibit the purchase of uranium enrichment services from the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. US - HR1309 To amend title 10, United States Code, and certain other defense-related laws to repeal legislative veto provisions and to amend the War Powers Resolution to provide expedited procedures for legislation regarding the engagement of United States Armed Forces in hostilities, and for other purposes. US - HR1316 International Financial Security Act of 1989 US - HR1475 International Financial Security Act of 1989 US - HR1574 International Security and Satellite Monitoring Act of 1989 US - HR1929 To amend Title VII of the Defense Production Act of 1950 to prohibit the co-development of F-16C (FSX) fighter aircraft with the Japanese government and/or any Japanese-owned proprietorship, partnership, or corporation. US - HR2002 To restrict exports to the People's Republic of China of defense articles for use in Tibet. US - HR2201 Outer Space Protection Act of 1989 US - HR2256 To prohibit the export of satellites intended for launch from launch vehicles owned by the Soviet Union. US - HR2403 International Plutonium Control Act US - HR2426 Chemical and Biological Weapons Nonproliferation Act US - HR2574 To commend the President for the conventional arms reduction initiative announced in Brussels on May 29, 1989, and to require the President to submit to Congress a report on the foreign policy and military implications of further reductions by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and Warsaw Pact alliances in the levels of conventional military forces in Europe. US - HR2611 Democracy, Liberty, and Justice in the People's Republic of China Act of 1989 US - HR2624 To prohibit the export of satellites intended for launch from launch vehicles owned by China. US - HR2686 To allow the importation of certain defense articles from Poland and Hungary for educational purposes. US - HR2728 To require that the President negotiate with Japan an agreement whereby Japan reimburses the United States for a portion of the costs the United States incurs in providing a military defense of Japan. US - HR2797 To impose an embargo on trade with Syria. US - HR2984 Global Change Research Act of 1989 US - HR3005 To prohibit negotiations with any representative of the Palestine Liberation Organization who has directly participated in an act of terrorism against a United States citizen. US - HR3143 National Energy Policy Act of 1989 US - HR3546 Concerning paramilitary groups and British security forces in Northern Ireland. US - HR3733 Democracy in El Salvador Act of 1989 US - HR3817 Colombian Arms Export Control Act US - HR3988 To amend the Export Administration Act of 1979 to clarify the items to be included on the Commodity Control List and the United States Munitions List. US - HR4383 National Commission on Defense and National Security Act US - HR4456 Nuclear Proliferation Sanctions Act of 1990 US - HR4504 To repeal the prohibition on security assistance and arms sales for Chile. US - HR4558 Spark M. Matsunaga Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution Scholarship Act US - HR4585 To impose sanctions against Iraq. US - HR4882 Cooperative Security Act of 1990 US - HR4918 To restrict United States assistance for the Republic of Iraq. US - HR4995 To declare that further negotiations between the United States and the Palestine Liberation Organization are prohibited by section 1302 of Public Law 99-83 because the Palestine Liberation Organization has failed to adhere to its renunciation of the use of terrorism. US - HR5225 To amend the Defense Production Act of 1950 to clarify and strengthen provisions pertaining to national security takeovers. US - HR5281 To restrict United States humanitarian, economic, and military assistance to Malaysia. US - HJRES46 To provide that the United States shall implement changes in defense policy that will reduce the likelihood of the first use of all nuclear weapons, renounce the first use of all nuclear weapons, and conclude treaties with all nations renouncing the first use of all nuclear weapons. US - HJRES53 Calling for a verifiable comprehensive treaty banning the testing, production, deployment and use of all space-based weapons for use against space, air or ground targets, and ground-based, sea-based, or air-based weapons for use against satellites and the dismantling of existing weapons systems. US - HJRES54 To prohibit military assistance for El Salvador. US - HJRES92 To provide for the contribution by the United States, the Soviet Union, and other states of nuclear material recovered from warheads under arms control treaties for use for peaceful nuclear programs under auspices of the International Atomic Energy Agency, particularly to benefit developing states which are parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. US - HJRES157 War Powers Amendments of 1989 US - HJRES207 National Global Warming Policy Act US - HJRES234 War Powers Reform Amendments Resolution of 1989 US - HJRES254 To prohibit the United States Government approval of the manufacturing license agreement relating to the design, development, and production of a Model FS-X aircraft in Japan. US - HJRES368 To prohibit the proposed sale to Pakistan of F-16 aircraft. US - HJRES541 To encourage International Cooperation against National Leaders Implicated in the International Narcotics Trade. US - HJRES550 To prohibit the proposed sale to Turkey of AH-1W attack helicopters. US - HJRES592 To prohibit the proposed sale to Saudi Arabia of modifications and systems integration of AWACS E-3 and tanker KE-5 aircraft. US - HJRES593 To prohibit the proposed sale to Saudi Arabia of M88A1 Recovery Vehicles. US - HJRES594 To prohibit the proposed sale to Saudi Arabia of defense articles and defense services to modernize the Saudi Arabian National Guard. US - HJRES632 Requesting the President of the United States to negotiate agreements to achieve early prohibition of nuclear explosions. US - HJRES645 Calling for the removal of United States Armed Forces from the Middle East. US - HJRES656 War Powers Compliance Act of 1990 US - HJRES674 To prohibit the proposed sales to Saudia Arabia of M1A2 tanks and Bradley Fighting Vehicles, APACHE helocopters, and PATRIOT guided missile units that were reported to the Congress on September 27, 1990. US - HCONRES22 Concerning the rights of the people of Ireland. US - HCONRES47 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President or the Congress should abrogate the Panama Canal Treaties of 1977 and the Neutrality Treaty and the Congress should repeal the Panama Canal Act of 1979. US - HCONRES81 Expressing the sense of the House and Senate on the sale of F-16 fighter aircraft technology from General Dynamics to Japan Mitsubishi Heavy Industries as part of the United States-Japan FSX co-development fighter program. US - HCONRES109 To express the sense of the Congress that the Soviet Union has the ability and the obligation to prevent the use of chemical warfare against the Afghan resistance and that the United States should respond to any such use of chemical weapons by reducing diplomatic and economic cooperation with the Soviet Union. US - HCONRES118 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the Panama Canal Treaties be abrogated, and other matters. US - HCONRES127 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the United States should delay implementation of the transfer to Panama of authority and control over the Panama Canal. US - HCONRES137 Expressing the sense of the Congress concerning the Kennedy-Krushchev Accord. US - HCONRES142 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the return of the Khmer Rouge to power in Cambodia, and technology transfer to the People's Republic of China. US - HCONRES189 Expressing the determination of the United States to act decisively to combat terrorism, and specifiying certain immediate actions the President should take aimed at preventing and responding to terrorism. US - HCONRES190 Expressing the sense of the Congress over the reported murder of Lieutenant Colonel William Higgins and Hezbollah-sponsored terrorism. US - HCONRES191 Calling on all countries which produce high explosives to require that any such explosive produced in that country contain a preblast detection taggant so that the country can truly claim innocence regarding terrorist attacks. US - HCONRES259 Harvest of Peace Resolution US - HCONRES326 To express the sense of the Congress that weapons and other military equipment removed from Europe should not be transferred to areas of armed conflict in the developing world. US - HCONRES366 Expressing the sense of the Congress that other countries benefiting from the deployment of United States military forces in Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf region should contribute to the cost of such deployment. US - HCONRES372 To express the sense of Congress that operations of the Armed Forces in the Persian Gulf should be conducted under the jurisdiction of a United Nations command, and that Congress must approve any offensive military action against Iraq. US - HCONRES373 In opposition to the President's proposal to forgive the military assistance debt owed to the Unites States by the Government of Egypt. US - HRES21 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that, for the purpose of making appropriate reductions in the global defense burden of the United States, the President should enter into negotiations with the governments of certain countries that are allies of the United States. US - HRES28 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States should place greater emphasis on the improvement of the capabilities of United States conventional forces, seeking also additional cooperation in conventional defense measures with other member nations of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. US - HRES101 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding implementation of the INF Treaty and more equitable defense burdensharing. US - HRES181 Expressing the concern of the House of Representatives regarding the future security of the Panama Canal. US - HRES354 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding United States military assistance for the Republic of Liberia and human rights abuses in Liberia. US - S2909 Nuclear Risk Reduction Act of 1990 US - SJRES75 A joint resolution relating to NASA and the International Space Year. US - SCONRES137 A concurrent resolution to express the sense of Congress that the 1990 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference should reaffirm the support of the parties for the objectives of the NPT, in particular preventing the spread of nuclear weapons to additional countries.