+ − Parent Committee US - Foreign Affairs (House) + − Bills Assigned (153) US - HR21 Anti-Apartheid Act Amendments of 1989 US - HR88 Concerning paramilitary groups and British security forces in Northern Ireland. US - HR113 To require that any request by the President for a declaration of war include a cost/benefit statement, and to require that any declaration of war by the Congress include such a statement. US - HR377 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 - HR475 War Cost Disclosure Act of 1991 US - HR586 To require regular reports to the Congress on the amount of expenditures made to carry out Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm and on the amount of contributions made to the United States by foreign countries to support Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. US - HR627 To prohibit the export of satellites intended for launch from launch vehicles owned by China. US - HR641 To provide for the payment by Japan of a percentage of the costs incurred by the United States to carry out operations in the Persian Gulf region that is equal to the percentage of oil imported by Japan from the Middle East in 1990. US - HR669 War Prevention and Arms Transfer Control Act US - HR729 To amend the Export Administration Amendments Act of 1985 to assist in the export of certain United States defense articles and services, and for other purposes. US - HR731 Comprehensive Counter-Terrorism Act of 1991 US - HR769 Comprehensive Counter-Terrorism Act of 1991 US - HR868 Non-Proliferation and Arms Transfer Control Act US - HR903 Iraqi Reparations Act of 1991 US - HR934 To prohibit the export of satellites intended for launch from launch vehicles owned by the Soviet Union. US - HR938 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 - HR1013 To authorize the President to seize and liquidate Iraqi Government assets that have been blocked by the United States, with the proceeds to be used to help offset costs of Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm. US - HR1111 Anti-Apartheid Act Amendments of 1991 US - HR1343 Middle East Post-War Stability and Arms Restraint Act of 1991 US - HR1428 Concerning transfers of Persian Gulf conflict military equipment to other countries. US - HR1611 To terminate United States foreign assistance for Jordan. US - HR1635 To expand the limited prohibition against the financing, by the Export-Import Bank of the United States, of the export of defense articles or services. US - HR1708 To prohibit arms transfers to certain countries unless the President certifies that a state of war does not exist between such country and Israel and that such country has accorded formal recognition to the sovereignty of Israel. US - HR2168 Arms Control and Disarmament Amendments Act of 1991 US - HR2308 To amend title 10, United States Code, to provide that defense contractors not be denied reimbursement for certain severance costs incurred because of United States or host country action, and for other purposes. US - HR2318 To amend the Export Administration Act of 1979 to treat Iran, Iraq, Libya, and Syria as terrorist countries for a 3-year period, and for other purposes. US - HR2456 To prohibit government-to-government and commercial arms sales to any country that is participating in or cooperating with the economic boycott of Israel. US - HR2498 To prohibit certain arms transactions with countries that maintain or participate in the maintenance of any boycott related list of United States persons in violation of United States law. US - HR2624 Technology Preservation Act of 1991 US - HR2631 International Mergers and Acquisitions Review Act of 1991 US - HR2755 Nuclear Proliferation Prevention Act of 1991 US - HR2785 Radio Free China Act of 1991 US - HR2792 United States-China Act of 1991 US - HR2901 To authorize the transfer by lease of 4 vessels to the Government of Greece. US - HR2930 To amend the Arms Export Control Act to allow guarantees in connection with commercial sales of defense articles and services to NATO countries, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and Israel. US - HR3105 To condition arms sales to Saudi Arabia on that country's willingness to negotiate a commercial treaty with the United States that would protect United States persons doing business with Saudi Arabia. US - HR3165 Special Commission on United States Relations with the People's Republic of China Act of 1991 US - HR3215 Inter-American Scientific Cooperation Act of 1992 US - HR3255 Gulf War Compensation Act of 1991 US - HR3299 Concerning paramilitary groups and British security forces in Northern Ireland. US - HR3472 To require the President to enter into negotiations to phase out the use of governmental credits for financing the export of defense articles and services. US - HR3497 El Salvador Peace, Security, and Justice Act of 1991 US - HR3518 To restrict United States assistance for Serbia or any part of Yugoslavia controlled by Serbia until certain conditions are met, and for other purposes. US - HR3527 Bomb-Grade Uranium Export Restriction Act of 1991 US - HR3558 To prohibit foreign assistance and arms sales to any country that does not recognize Israel or that maintains the primary economic boycott against Israel. US - HR3669 To provide for the transfer of certain military assistance funds allocated for El Salvador for fiscal year 1992 to the Demobilization and Transition Fund. US - HR3675 Nonproliferation and Export Control Act of 1991 US - HR3756 National Commission on the Environment and National Security Act US - HR3782 To promote peace and reconciliation in El Salvador. US - HR3845 To terminate the military assistance pipeline for El Salvador. US - HR3961 Nuclear Weapons Stockpiles Information Act US - HR4141 Economic Revitalization and Federal Excess and Surplus Property Utilization Improvement Act of 1992 US - HR4193 To prohibit the President from entering into or carrying out a country-to-country agreement to allow production of the Patriot missile system by another country. US - HR4443 To amend the United States Institute of Peace Act to establish the Spark M. Matsunaga Scholars Program, and for other purposes. US - HR4378 To prohibit exports of dual use items to terrorist countries, and for other purposes. US - HR4399 To prohibit all United States military and economic assistance for Turkey until the Turkish Government takes certain actions to resolve the Cyprus problem and complies with its obligations under international law. US - HR4447 To provide for National Aeronautics and Space Administration negotiations with former Soviet republics regarding the acquisition by the United States of Soviet civil space hardware and technology for integration into United States civil space projects. US - HR4454 Defense Industrial Stabilization and Community Transition Act of 1991 US - HR4526 Commonwealth Scientists Immigration and Exchange Act of 1992 US - HR4550 AmeRus Foundation for Research and Development Act of 1992 US - HR4997 To promote a North Atlantic Defense Community. US - HR5024 Commission on the Airplane Crash at Gander, Newfoundland, Act US - HR5140 To prohibit United States military assistance for Jordan until the President certifies to the Congress that Jordan is in compliance with the United Nations Security Council sanctions against Iraq. US - HR5143 Chemical Demilitarization Program Revisions Act of 1992 US - HR5162 Earth Summit Leadership Act of 1992 US - HR5180 To suspend United States assistance to Indonesia. US - HR5209 Nuclear Weapons Reduction Act of 1992 US - HR5282 To restrict assistance for Russia until its armed forces are removed from the Baltic states. US - HR5296 To require a report on nuclear safety in Eastern Europe and the states of the former Soviet Union. US - HR5299 To prohibit the transfer of excess Department of Defense construction and fire equipment to foreign governments. US - HR5353 Freedom Exchange Act US - HR5434 Iran-Iraq Arms Non-Proliferation Act of 1992 US - HR5456 To provide for a reduction in United States economic assistance to any independent state of the former Soviet Union that exports goods, equipment, or technology in contravention of certain nonproliferation regimes. US - HR5498 National Commission on Arms Control Act US - HR5583 To provide terms for the future status of the Territory of the Pacific Islands. US - HR5957 To impose a 1-year moratorium on the sale, transfer, or export of antipersonnel landmines abroad, and for other purposes. US - HR5994 To prohibit arms sales to Saudi Arabia until certain commercial disputes with Saudi Arabia are satisfactorily resolved. US - HR6155 United States-Japan Partnership to Eliminate the Threat of Nuclear Weapons US - HJRES32 To support continued efforts to enforce United Nations sanctions against Iraq, and to prohibit offensive U.S. military action against Iraq in the absence of authorization from Congress. US - HJRES48 Concerning the crisis in the Persian Gulf. US - HJRES50 Concerning Saudi windfall oil profits and allied burdensharing with regard to the Persian Gulf crisis. US - HJRES62 Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution US - HJRES63 To declare that a state of war exists between the United States and the Government of Iraq. US - HJRES88 Declaring that Saddam Hussein should be held legally accountable for his war crimes against American and other allied prisoners of war. US - HJRES92 Persian Gulf War Cost-Sharing Resolution US - HJRES208 Concerning the political and human rights situation in Kenya. US - HJRES256 With respect to conventional arms transfer limitations. US - HJRES270 To prohibit the proposed sale to the United Arab Emirates of AH-64 APACHE attack helicopters. US - HJRES317 To authorize the President to use all necessary means to accomplish the elimination of Iraq's chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons capability. US - HJRES322 To Speed the Reduction of Nuclear Forces pursuant to the Recommendations of the National Academy of Sciences Report Entitled "The Future of the U.S.-Soviet Nuclear Relationship" and dated August, 1991. US - HJRES341 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 - HJRES344 To encourage the negotiation of a multilateral regime, under the aegis of the United Nations Security Council, to control, and halt if possible, the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and delivery systems associated with such weapons. US - HJRES351 Requiring a report under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act of 1978 on United States efforts to strengthen safeguards of the International Atomic Energy Agency. US - HJRES464 Supporting the restoration of democratic government in Peru. US - HJRES473 To prohibit the proposed sale to Kuwait of an air defense system. US - HJRES548 To prohibit the proposed sale to Saudi Arabia of F-15 aircraft. US - HJRES549 Prohibiting the proposed sale of F-15 fighter jets to Saudi Arabia until that country renounces and no longer observes the boycott of Israel by Arab countries. US - HCONRES1 To express the sense of the Congress that Congress must approve any offensive military action against Iraq. US - HCONRES2 Expressing the sense of the Congress that no offensive military action should be initiated by United States military forces against Iraq without the affirmative approval of the Congress. US - HCONRES12 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 - HCONRES13 To commend the President for his actions to date in responding to Iraq's invasion of Kuwait and its threat to the Persian Gulf region, and to express the support of the Congress for United National Security Council Resolution 678 (1990). US - HCONRES15 Relating to the contribution by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to offset the economic impact of Operation Desert Shield. US - HCONRES16 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President of the United States should fundamentally reassess the necessity of underground nuclear explosions, and instruct his representatives to the Limited Test Ban Treaty Amendment Conference in January, 1990 to support a Comprehensive Test Ban Amendment. US - HCONRES17 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President should continue to levy stringent economic sanctions against Iraq, rather than resort to military action, and that any decision to use offensive military action must be executed only with the full consent of the Congress. US - HCONRES19 To urge the President to seek the formation of a United Nations military command and force for the Persian Gulf. US - HCONRES23 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the necessity of allies of the United States paying their fair share of the costs associated with Operation Desert Shield. US - HCONRES25 Expressing the sense of the Congress that notwithstanding previous debate disagreement and votes taken authorizing the use of military force in the Persian Gulf, all Members of Congress now desire to express their unified support for the President of the United States and for American and allied forces. US - HCONRES26 Concerning the rights of the people of Ireland. US - HCONRES28 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President should continue to levy stringent economic sanctions against Iraq, rather than resort to military action, and that any decision to use offensive military action must be executed only with the full consent of the Congress. US - HCONRES34 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President should develop a plan for increased financial contributions by nations allied with the United States which benefit from the commitment of United States military forces in the Persian Gulf. US - HCONRES35 Concerning United States assistance to the Soviet Union. US - HCONRES37 To express the sense of the Congress regarding the financial costs of military operations in the Persian Gulf region. US - HCONRES39 Stating that Congress supports the suspension, with respect to the leadership of Iraq, of the prohibition of Executive Order 12333 on assassinations until Iraq has complied fully with all United Nations Security Council resolutions concerning the withdrawal of Iraqi military forces from Kuwait. US - HCONRES47 Calling upon the United Nations to set up an International Tribunal to try Saddam Hussein and his subordinates responsible for high crimes following the invasion of Kuwait. US - HCONRES67 Expressing the sense of Congress that Japan should fulfill its commitment to defend the air space and sea lanes within 1,000 nautical miles of Japan. US - HCONRES73 To express the sense of the Congress concerning the shooting down of a United States Army helicopter and murder of the survivors, two members of the United States Army, by the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (F.M.L.N.). US - HCONRES75 Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to the strengthening and expansion of the missile technology control regime. US - HCONRES81 Calling upon the United Nations to take all appropriate steps to try Saddam Hussein and his subordinates for all war crimes. US - HCONRES82 To express the sense of Congress concerning the role of U.S. forces in the liberation of Kuwait. US - HCONRES91 Concerning restitution for Israel. US - HCONRES93 Relating to peace in the Middle East following the Persian Gulf conflict. US - HCONRES97 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the 1981 Israeli preemptive strike against the Iraqi nuclear reactor at Osirak was a legitimate and justifiable exercise of self-defense, and that the United States should seek the repeal of United Nations Security Council Resolution 487 which condemned that 1981 Israeli preemptive strike. US - HCONRES103 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President should seek to negotiate a new base rights agreement with the Government of Panama to permit the United States Armed Forces to remain in Panama beyond December 31, 1999, and to permit the United States to act independently to continue to protect the Panama Canal. US - HCONRES107 Commending and supporting the efforts of the Administration to obtain the release of the hostages seized in Lebanon. US - HCONRES132 Supporting Turkey's inclusion in the full range of political, economic, and military institutions in Europe, including the European Community and the Western European Union. US - HCONRES190 Concerning humanitarian assistance to Iraq. US - HCONRES211 To call on the President to take all available actions to encourage a lasting cease-fire in Yugoslavia and the initiation of negotiations for the long-term resolution of the conflict in Yugoslavia. US - HCONRES213 To provide the Soviet Union and its constituent republics economic incentives for the dismantlement of nuclear forces. US - HCONRES234 Expressing the sense of the Congress concerning humanitarian assistance for the people in Sudan. US - HCONRES240 Condemning the massacre of East Timorese civilians by the Indonesian military. US - HCONRES244 To encourage peace and reunification on the Korean Peninsula. US - HCONRES271 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the policy of mutual targeting of strategic nuclear weapons by the United States and the Commonwealth of Independent States no longer reflects the nonhostile relationship which exists between these political states, nor serves to further their strategic interests. US - HCONRES281 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the government of France should be strongly rebuked for allowing infamous Palestinian terrorist George Habash to enter and leave France unimpeded and without detaining him for questioning for several terrorist attacks. US - HCONRES284 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President should pursue a multilateral initiative designed to bring to justice those responsible for the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, on December 21, 1988. US - HCONRES294 Relative to the role of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. US - HCONRES299 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the Kurds in northern Iraq. US - HCONRES301 Urging that the United States and its United Nations allies take necessary and timely actions to demonstrate that further Iraqi evasions of the Persian Gulf war cease-fire terms regarding the destruction of its weapons of mass destruction will not be tolerated. US - HCONRES308 Condemning the involvement of the military regime in Burma, also known as the Union of Myanmar, in the ongoing, horrifying abuses of human rights, the trafficking of illicit drugs, and the mass transfer of military arms. US - HCONRES335 Concerning the conflict in the former state of Yugoslavia. US - HCONRES336 Calling for parallel actions to respond to reductions in strategic nuclear weapons announced by the Russian Federation. US - HCONRES360 Concerning the sale of F-15 aircraft to Saudia Arabia. US - HCONRES363 Concerning the sale of F-15 aircraft to Saudi Arabia. US - HRES18 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the reconstruction contracts to rebuild the infrastructure in Kuwait should be awarded proportionately to the contractors of those nations that shouldered the burden of defending the Emirate of Kuwait. US - HRES42 Calling for an international investigation of, and the prosecution of those responsible for, Iraqi war crimes against prisoners of war and other foreign nationals. US - HRES102 Commending the President and United States and allied military forces on the success of Operation Desert Storm. US - HRES260 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States should pursue discussions at the upcoming Middle East peace conference regarding the Syrian connection to terrorism. US - HRES263 Concerning relations between the United States and Burma. US - HRES323 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States should take steps to reduce worldwide military expenditures, to reduce international arms transfers, and to stop the spread of weapons of mass destruction in order to promote peace and security and to ensure that more funds are available for social programs and economic development. US - HRES453 To express the sense of the House of Representatives regarding the need to increase budget authority for the reduction of violent crime, the rehabilitation of American youth, and the revitalization of American cities. US - HRES552 Relating to authorization of multilateral action in Bosnia-Hercegovina under Article 42 of the United Nations Charter. US - S1128 Omnibus Nuclear Proliferation Control Act of 1992 US - S2201 Soviet Scientists Immigration Act of 1992 US - SCONRES107 A concurrent resolution condemning the involvement of the military regime in Burma, also known as the Union of Myanmar, in the ongoing, horrifying abuses of human rights, the trafficking of illicit drugs, and the mass buildup of military arms for domestic repression.