+ − Parent Committee US - Foreign Affairs (House) + − Bills Assigned (105) US - HR41 Invest in America Act US - HR343 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 - HR346 Procompetitiveness and Antiboycott Act of 1993 US - HR672 Northern Ireland Fair Employment Practices Act US - HR712 To require certain entities receiving United States funds from the International Fund for Ireland to comply with the MacBride Principles. US - HR713 Concerning paramilitary groups and British security forces in Northern Ireland. US - HR1221 Debt for Democracy Act of 1993 US - HR1275 To provide the President with the authority to negotiate agreements with the Government of Russia, and other former Soviet republics, providing economic assistance in return for reimbursement from natural resources, and for other purposes. US - HR1377 To authorize the provision of assistance for the victims of torture, including rape and other war crimes, in the former Yugoslavia, and for the families of such victims. US - HR1407 Arab Boycott Arms Sales Prohibition Act US - HR1438 Antiterrorism Act of 1993 US - HR1507 Debt for Democracy Act of 1993 US - HR1621 To achieve increased contributions by European member nations of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to offset the costs of maintaining United States military personnel and installations in these nations. US - HR1948 Former Soviet Union Nuclear Threat Reduction Act of 1993 US - HR1955 International Whaling Moratorium Enforcement Act of 1993 US - HR2076 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Policy Act of 1993 US - HR2192 To amend the FREEDOM Support Act to establish a program to provide loans for joint ventures between United States small businesses and small businesses or entrepreneurs in the independent states of the former Soviet Union. US - HR2400 International Statistical Information and Analysis Act of 1993 US - HR2542 Freedom Exchange and Training Act US - HR2578 To ensure fair resolution of commercial disputes between United States firms and Saudi Arabia. US - HR2826 To provide for an investigation of the whereabouts of the United States citizens and others who have been missing from Cyprus since 1974. US - HR2969 To amend the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 to authorize the Overseas Private Investment Corporation to issue loan guarantees for development projects in Ireland. US - HR3221 Iraq Claims Act of 1994 US - HR3475 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 obligation under international law. US - HR3656 Anti-Economic Discrimination Act of 1993 US - HR3818 Middle East Peace and Development Act of 1994 US - HR3992 To prohibit foreign assistance to Russia unless certain requirements relating to Russian intelligence activities, relations between Russia and certain neighboring countries, and the reform of the Russian economy are met. US - HR3994 To provide limitations on the use of certain funds for the establishment of diplomatic relations between the United States and the territory of the former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia. US - HR4096 To ensure that certain unresolved commercial disputes between American firms and Saudi Arabia are resolved satisfactorily. US - HR4115 Kosova Peace and Democracy Act of 1994 US - HR4206 GATT Fair Trade Enforcement Act of 1994 US - HR4210 NATO Expansion Act of 1994 US - HR4290 Bosnia and Herzegovina Self-Defense Act of 1994 US - HR4358 NATO Revitalization Act US - HR4559 To amend the Anglo-Irish Agreement Support Act of 1986 to prohibit United States contributions to the International Fund for Ireland. US - HR4617 Freedom Support Amendment Act of 1994 US - HJRES250 Requiring the President to obtain authorization under the War Powers Resolution prior to introducing United States Armed Forces into hostilities in the former Yugoslavia. US - HCONRES9 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 - HCONRES16 Calling on the President to work to convene an international tribunal for war crimes committed in the former Yugoslavia. US - HCONRES24 Concerning the crisis in the former Yugoslavia. US - HCONRES31 Concerning human rights in the north of Ireland. US - HCONRES32 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the Vatican should recognize the State of Israel and should establish diplomatic relations with that country. US - HCONRES45 Expressing the sense of the Congress concerning rape and forced pregnancy of women and girls in the former Yugoslavia. US - HCONRES49 Concerning the appointment of a special envoy to Northern Ireland. US - HCONRES61 Calling for the adoption of a Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland. US - HCONRES65 Expressing the sense of the Congress in support of Dr. Ibrahim Rugova, President of the Republic of Kosova. US - HCONRES68 Concerning the approximately 190 children and youths at the Romanian Institution for the Unsalvageables at Sighetu Marmatiei who are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance. US - HCONRES70 Expressing the sense of Congress with respect to certain international aviation agreements and certain agreements between commercial air carriers of the United States and the United Kingdom. US - HCONRES76 Regarding broadcasting by Radio Free Europe to the former Yugoslavia. US - HCONRES80 Expressing the sense of the Congress that an important factor in relations between the United States and Romania, including whether to restore most favored nation treatment to the products of Romania, should be actions by the Government of Romania to improve conditions for children institutionalized in Romania. US - HCONRES83 Calling upon the President to insist that the removal of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein from power should be a condition for the cessation of economic sanctions by the United Nations against Iraq. US - HCONRES93 Concerning United States policy relating to the north of Ireland. US - HCONRES95 Concerning congressional approval of the introduction of United States Armed Forces in the former Yugoslavia. US - HCONRES96 Concerning the removal of Russian troops from the independent Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. US - HCONRES101 Concerning the 26th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem. US - HCONRES116 Calling upon the President to discontinue further economic assistance to the Government of the Russian Federation until all pertinent documents from the archives of the Communist Party of the former Soviet Union relating to the fates of American prisoners of war and missing in action have been provided to the United States Government. US - HCONRES120 Stating the disapproval of the Congress regarding the President's unilateral deployment of United States troops as peacekeepers to the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. US - HCONRES122 Concerning the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. US - HCONRES124 Concerning the emancipation of the Iranian Baha'i community. US - HCONRES128 Commending Israel concerning the decision of the Supreme Court of Israel in the case of John Demjanjuk, Sr. US - HCONRES129 To commend Israel and the Israeli Supreme Court. US - HCONRES138 Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to Saudi Arabia and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). US - HCONRES140 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the 60th anniversary of the Ukraine famine of 1932-1933 should serve as a reminder of the brutality of Stalin's repressive policies toward the Ukrainian people. US - HCONRES142 Respecting actions to be taken by the Security Council of the United Nations in Yugoslavia. US - HCONRES153 Expressing the sense of the Congress in support of the President of the Russian Federation, Boris Yeltsin. US - HCONRES154 Concerning the need for immediate investigation into violations of international law in the former Yugoslavia and prosecution of persons responsible for those violations. US - HCONRES175 Anti-Boycott Resolution of 1993 US - HCONRES181 Expressing the sense of the Congress that leaders in the Middle East should consider establishing a Conference on Security and Cooperation in the Middle East. US - HCONRES183 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the impeded delivery of natural gas for heating to the civilian population of Bosnia-Herzegovina. US - HCONRES186 In support of the United Nations Security General's current efforts regarding Cyprus. US - HCONRES210 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President should not have granted diplomatic recognition to the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. US - HCONRES214 Urging the President to promote political stability in Tajikistan through efforts to encourage political resolution of the conflict and respect for human rights and through the provision of humanitarian assistance and (subject to certain conditions) economic assistance. US - HCONRES219 To support the Middle East peace process and condemn all acts of terrorism aimed at derailing that process. US - HCONRES225 Concerning the 27th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem. US - HCONRES244 To condemn the March 1, 1994, attack on American Lubavitcher students. US - HCONRES245 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives commending Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) for signing an historic agreement in Cairo on May 4, 1994. US - HCONRES247 Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to the Nagorno Karabagh conflict. US - HCONRES249 Condemning the death sentence issued against British author Salman Rushdie by the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in Iran and calling for its immediate repudiation. US - HCONRES251 To express the sense of the Congress that the President should report to the Congress on the situation in Kosova and on his recommendations on ways to enhance international protection of the rights of the people of Kosova. US - HCONRES281 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the United States Embassy in Israel should, at the earliest possible date, be relocated to the city of Jerusalem. US - HCONRES282 Expressing the sense of the Congress concerning the ban on the use of U.S. passports in Lebanon. US - HCONRES283 Designating August 24, 1994, as "Ukrainian Independence Day". US - HCONRES287 Condemning inflammatory statements made by Yassir Arafat relating to certain terrorist activities. US - HCONRES288 Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to children infected with AIDS in Romania. US - HCONRES303 Concerning commencement of all-party talks to seek a peaceful resolution to the conflict in Northern Ireland. US - HCONRES306 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President should pursue negotiations with Russia as quickly as possible to achieve a START III agreement that reduces the number of deployed strategic nuclear warheads to the lowest possible level, and no more than 2,000 each for the United States and Russia. US - HCONRES308 Concerning the removal of Russian troops from the independent nation of Moldova. US - HRES32 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives concerning systematic rape in the conflict in Bosnia-Herzegovina. US - HRES35 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives with respect to Bosnia-Hercegovina. US - HRES55 Urging the President to call on the President of Syria to permit the extradition of fugitive Nazi war criminal Alois Brunner. US - HRES56 Relating to the prosecution of Saddam Hussein and responsible members of the Iraqi Government for war crimes. US - HRES86 To express dissatisfaction with the Republic of Azerbaijan's failure to work toward a peaceful and fair settlement to the dispute over Nagorno Karabagh by continuing the devastating blockade and economic boycott of the Republics of Armenia and Nagorno Karabagh. US - HRES118 To condemn the release by the Government of Malta of convicted terrorist Mohammed Ali Rezaq. US - HRES160 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States should seek a final and conclusive account of the whereabouts and definitive fate of Raoul Wallenberg. US - HRES162 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives relating to the support of international efforts to bring about democratic reform in the former Yugoslavia through peaceful and equitable means. US - HRES323 Relating to the treatment of Hugo Princz, a United States citizen, by the Federal Republic of Germany. US - HRES362 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the action taken by the Government of France against seafood imports from United States is a totally unwarranted act of protectionism. US - HRES390 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding the Hebron massacre and the Middle East peace process. US - HRES496 Condemning the terrorist attack on the Delegation of Argentine Israeli Associations on July 18, 1994, the terrorist attack on a Panamanian commuter plane on July 20, 1994, and the terrorist bombings near the Israeli embassy and a building housing Israeli and Jewish organizations in London on July 26, 1994. US - HRES510 To express the condolences of the House of Representatives to the victims of recent terrorist attacks, to condemn acts of terrorism, reaffirm support for the Middle East peace process, and express the sense of the House of Representatives that the President should convene an international conference to develop more effective means to deal with the serious and growing threat of international terrorism. US - HRES566 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives urging Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) to reach agreement on holding free and democratic elections in Gaza and the West Bank. US - HRES583 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives concerning the Iraqi Government's campaign against the Marsh Arabs of Southern Iraq. US - SCONRES28 A concurrent resolution expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the Taif Agreement and urging Syrian withdrawal from Lebanon, and for other purposes. US - SCONRES42 A concurrent resolution expressing the sense of Congress that the 60th anniversary of the Ukraine famine of 1932-1933 should serve as a reminder of the brutality of Stalin's repressive policies toward the Ukrainian people. US - SCONRES74 A concurrent resolution concerning the ban on the use of U.S. passports in Lebanon.