+ − Parent Committee US - International Relations (House) + − Bills Assigned (58) US - HR149 Chinese Long March Act US - HR909 To encourage liberty inside the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. US - HR1147 To encourage liberalization inside the People's Republic of China and Tibet. US - HR1397 To authorize the President to transfer 28 F-16 aircraft and associated spare parts and support equipment to Pakistan pursuant to agreements between the United States and Pakistan. US - HR1425 Human Rights in India Act US - HR1460 To amend the Taiwan Relations Act to permit visits to the United States by the elected leaders of the people of Taiwan or their elected representatives. US - HR1849 Chinese Human Rights Act of 1995 US - HR2047 Concerning the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing. US - HR2174 Commission on Missing-in-Action and Prisoners of War in Southeast Asia Act US - HR2529 To increase by 800 percent the duty on imports of beaujolais wine that is the product of France. US - HR2746 East Timor Human Rights Accountability Act US - HR2829 To prohibit funding by United States Government agencies of the participation of certain officials of the Chinese Government in international conferences, programs, and activities until the Chinese Government releases certain individuals imprisoned or detained on religious grounds. US - HR2892 Burma Freedom and Democracy Act of 1995 US - HJRES83 Relating to the United States-North Korea Agreed Framework and the obligations of North Korea under that and previous agreements with respect to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and dialogue with the Republic of Korea. US - HJRES85 Expressing the sense of Congress with respect to North-South dialogue on the Korean Peninsula and the United States-North Korea Agreed Framework. US - HJRES89 Vietnam POW/MIA Full Disclosure Act of 1995 US - HCONRES12 Relating to the Republic of China (Taiwan)'s participation in the United Nations. US - HCONRES19 Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to North-South dialogue on the Korean Peninsula and the United States-North Korea Agreed Framework. US - HCONRES21 Expressing the sense of the Congress concerning the trafficking of Burmese women and girls into Thailand for the purposes of forced prostitution. US - HCONRES32 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the Sikh nation should be allowed to exercise the right of self-determination in their homeland, Punjab, Khalistan. US - HCONRES33 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding a private visit by President Lee Teng-hui of the Republic of China on Taiwan to the United States. US - HCONRES35 Expressing the sense of the Congress that Pakistan should be designated as a state sponsor of terrorism. US - HCONRES48 Concerning the economy of India and relations between the United States and India. US - HCONRES52 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the visit of the Prime Minister of New Zealand, the Right Honorable James Bolger. US - HCONRES53 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding a private visit by President Lee Teng-hui of the Republic of China on Taiwan to the United States. US - HCONRES57 Expressing the sense of the Congress supporting the Government of India's efforts to hold free and fair elections in Jammu and Kashmir. US - HCONRES60 Commending India for its commitment to religious pluralism and tolerance. US - HCONRES63 Relating to the Republic of China (Taiwan)'s participation in the United Nations. US - HCONRES80 Expressing the sense of Congress that the United States should recognize the concerns of the peoples of Oceania and call upon the Government of France to cease all nuclear testing at the Moruroa and Fangataufa atolls. US - HCONRES81 Expressing the policy of the United States with respect to the normalization of relations with the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. US - HCONRES86 Commending the People's Republic of Bangladesh for its commitment to the principles of democracy, economic reform, and international peacekeeping. US - HCONRES87 Condemning the refusal of the Indonesian officials organizing the World Archery Championships in Jakarta, Indonesia, in August 1995 to permit a team from Israel to participate in the competition under the name of Israel and under the flag of Israel, and urging the government of Indonesia to join in condemning this manifestation of racism and anti-Semitism. US - HCONRES88 Regarding recognition of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. US - HCONRES97 Expressing the sense of the Congress relating to the abduction and detainment of Donald Hutchings of the State of Washington and four Western Europeans in Jammu and Kashmir, India. US - HCONRES117 Concerning writer, political philosopher, human rights advocate, and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Wei Jingsheng. US - HCONRES129 Expressing the sense of the Congress that Thailand should release the 6 Hmong/Lao refugee camp leaders arrested for refusing to repatriate to Laos in 1994 and that Thailand should allow resettlement of eligible Hmong refugees in Thai refugee facilities at Ba Na Pho, Sikhiu and Phanat Nikhom. US - HCONRES138 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the movement toward democracy by the 21,000,000 people of the Republic of China (Taiwan), and addressing the increasingly dangerous behavior of the People's Republic of China. US - HCONRES140 Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to the peace and security of Taiwan. US - HCONRES148 A concurrent resolution expressing the sense of Congress regarding missile tests and military exercises by the People's Republic of China. US - HCONRES154 To congratulate the Republic of China on Taiwan on the occasion of its first Presidential democratic election. US - HCONRES176 Expressing the sense of the Congress concerning the maltreatment of United States military and civilian prisoners by the Japanese during World War II. US - HCONRES179 To express the sense of the Congress that Buddhist monks and civilians and Roman Catholic monks and priest unlawfully detained by the government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam should be released. US - HCONRES188 Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to increasing political oppression in Burma. US - HCONRES189 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the importance of United States membership in regional South Pacific organizations. US - HCONRES191 To recognize and honor the Filipino World War II veterans for their defense of democratic ideals and their important contribution to the outcome of World War II. US - HCONRES213 Concerning the urgent need to improve the living standards of those South Asians living in the Ganges and the Brahmaputra river basin. US - HCONRES224 Concerning the infiltration of North Korean commandos into the sovereign territory of the Republic of Korea on September 18, 1996. US - HRES36 Congratulating the people of India on the occasion of the 48th anniversary of their nation's independence. US - HRES114 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States should support peace and stability in the South China Sea. US - HRES123 Relating to the conflict in Kashmir. US - HRES158 Congratulating the people of Mongolia on the 5th anniversary of the first democratic multiparty elections held in Mongolia on July 29, 1990. US - HRES181 Encouraging the peace process in Sri Lanka. US - HRES233 Condemning the abduction of Jaswant Singh Khalra and urging his release. US - HRES274 Concerning Burma and the United Nations General Assembly. US - HRES345 Expressing concern about the deterioration of human rights in Cambodia. US - HRES347 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives concerning the human rights situation in China and Tibet and encouraging the United States to sponsor and press for the enactment of a resolution condemning the human rights situation in China and Tibet at the annual meeting of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights. US - HRES493 Urging that certain actions be taken with respect to Vietnamese asylum seekers. US - S2130 An original bill to extend certain privileges, exemptions, and immunities to Hong Kong Economic and Trade Offices.