+ − Parent Committee US - Foreign Affairs (House) + − Bills Assigned (223) US - HR21 Anti-Apartheid Act Amendments of 1989 US - HR301 To limit United States contributions to the United Nations. US - HR528 Global Forest Emergency Act US - HR665 Enterprise for the Americas Initiative Act of 1991 US - HR915 To assure that United States assistance and benefits for the Soviet Union are made available, on an equitable basis, to Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. US - HR953 Human Rights in India Act US - HR964 Enterprise for the Americas Initiative Act of 1991 US - HR1111 Anti-Apartheid Act Amendments of 1991 US - HR1294 To correct the representation and positions on the Environment for the Americas Board. US - HR1571 To encourage liberalization inside the People's Republic of China and Tibet. US - HR1596 International Indigenous Peoples Protection Act of 1989 US - HR1603 To support democracy and self-determination in the Baltic States and the republics within the Soviet Union. US - HR1649 To provide for United States penalties for foreign persons violating the United Nations sanctions against Iraq. US - HR1697 Enterprise for the Americas Initiative Act of 1991 US - HR2092 Torture Victim Protection Act of 1991 US - HR2358 Waste Export Control Act US - HR2398 Hazardous and Additional Waste Export and Import Act of 1991 US - HR2541 Exotic Bird Conservation Act of 1991 US - HR2580 Waste Export and Import Prohibition Act US - HR2649 Free Market Assistance and Technological Innovation Act US - HR2744 To prohibit the entry into the United States of items produced, grown, or manufactured in the people's Republic of China with the use of forced labor. US - HR2785 Radio Free China Act of 1991 US - HR2792 United States-China Act of 1991 US - HR2826 Antarctica World Park and Protection Act US - HR2871 Clean Coal Technology Efficiency Improvement Act of 1991 US - HR2917 Brownsville Wetlands Research and Policy Act of 1991 US - HR3165 Special Commission on United States Relations with the People's Republic of China Act of 1991 US - HR3248 To give the consent of the Congress to certain agreements relating to spousal or child support maintenance obligations, and to express the sense of the Congress that the United States should become a party to appropriate international conventions providing for the recognition and enforcement across national boundaries of decisions concerning such maintenance obligations. US - HR3255 Gulf War Compensation Act of 1991 US - HR3266 To remove the exemption from property taxes of property of an international organization used for commercial activities in the United States. US - HR3267 Enterprise for the Americas Initiative Act of 1991 US - HR3299 Concerning paramilitary groups and British security forces in Northern Ireland. US - HR3406 Concerning democratic changes and violations of human rights in Zaire. 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 - HR3522 United States-Hong Kong Policy Act of 1991 US - HR3735 Program for Greater Stability and Support (PROGRESS) for Eastern Europe 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 - HR3786 Child Labor Deterrence Act of 1991 US - HR3840 Rainforest Protection Act of 1991 US - HR3842 Territorial Sea and Contiguous Zone Extension and Enforcement Act of 1992 US - HR4059 Enterprise for the Americas Initiative Act of 1992 US - HR4150 Economic Growth Act of 1992 US - HR4154 Emergency Climate Stabilization and Earth Regeneration Act of 1992 US - HR4161 Restrictions on Azerbaijan Act US - HR4231 International Peacekeeping Activities Supplemental Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 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 - HR4483 Coral Reef Stewardship Act US - HR4537 Coral Reef Environmental Act US - HR4761 Democracy in Haiti Act of 1992 US - HR4928 Bilateral United States-Mexico Border Commission Act of 1992 US - HR5117 To prohibit United States assistance to Serbia and Montenegro. US - HR5162 Earth Summit Leadership Act of 1992 US - HR5180 To suspend United States assistance to Indonesia. US - HR5234 Justice in India Act US - HR5249 Gulf of Mexico Preservation Act of 1992 US - HR5267 To address the Haitian refugee crisis, to express United States support for the restoration of democratic constitutional government in Haiti, to grant temporary protected status to Haitians until such a government is restored, to terminate the migrant interdiction agreement between the United States and Haiti, and to direct the President to establish expanded processing facilities for Haitians seeking refuge. US - HR5421 To limit United States contributions to the United Nations Development Program. US - HR5424 To establish a Commission on Environment and Development. US - HR5459 Antarctic Environmental Protection Protocol Act of 1992 US - HR5569 International Whaling Moratorium Enforcement Act of 1992 US - HR5583 To provide terms for the future status of the Territory of the Pacific Islands. US - HR5587 Department of Energy National Laboratory International Energy and Environmental Technology Development Act US - HR5708 Khmer Rouge Prosecution Act US - HR5895 National Environmental Business Foundation Act of 1992 US - HR6040 To authorize United States participation in the Cascadia Corridor Commission. US - HR6044 Economic Leadership through Environmental Cooperation Act of 1992 US - HR6060 United States-Mexico Border Environmental Zone Protection Act US - HJRES80 To revoke recently-extended U.S. taxpayer subsidies to the Soviet Union as a consequence of its attacks on freedom of the press and democracy in the Baltic republics in Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. US - HJRES88 Declaring that Saddam Hussein should be held legally accountable for his war crimes against American and other allied prisoners of war. US - HJRES179 Expanding United States support for the Baltic States. US - HJRES195 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the United States and the Soviet Union should lead an effort to promptly repeal United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3379 (XXX). US - HJRES204 Noting the findings of the Commission of Inquiry into aspects of the Forest Industry in Papua New Guinea, and calling for appropriate actions. US - HJRES208 Concerning the political and human rights situation in Kenya. US - HJRES234 Commending Solidarity for bringing democracy to Poland and proclaiming Lech Walesa as an honorary citizen of the United States. US - HJRES251 To establish that it is the policy of the United States to encourage and support conservation efforts initiated by Brazil to protect the Amazon forest, and that the United States should redouble its efforts to reduce its pollution of the global environment. US - HJRES258 Relating to responsible trade and conservation of tropical forest resources. US - HJRES264 Designating August 1, 1991, as "Helsinki Human Rights Day". US - HJRES292 Expressing the sense of Congress that the Republic of Hungary has embraced democracy and renounced socialist rule. US - HJRES302 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the United States should assume a leadership role in the international negotiations on a World Forests Convention and a Framework Convention on Climate Change. 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 - HJRES328 Providing that the United States should support the Armenian people to achieve freedom and independence. 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 - HJRES394 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President of the United States should travel to Brazil to lead the United States delegation to the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development. US - HJRES460 Calling for the Secretary of the Interior, in cooperation with the Secretary of State, to enter into agreements with Canada to protect the Alsek and Tatshenshini Rivers, for the Secretary of the Interior to ensure that Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve is not degraded by potential mine developments in Canada, and for other purposes. US - HJRES464 Supporting the restoration of democratic government in Peru. US - HJRES508 Designating August 1, 1992, as "Helsinki Human Rights Day". 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 - HCONRES19 To urge the President to seek the formation of a United Nations military command and force for the Persian Gulf. US - HCONRES22 Condemning the deliberate and systematic activities of the military authority in Suriname to subvert constitutional democracy in that nation. 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 - HCONRES50 Concerning United Nations action regarding the Soviet Union's treatment of the Baltic Republics of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. US - HCONRES55 Condemning Iraq's eco-terrorism in the Persian Gulf. US - HCONRES57 Deploring the release of millions of gallons of oil into the Persian Gulf and declaring that Saddam Hussein and Iraq should be held legally, morally, and financially accountable for this cruel act against the environment. US - HCONRES58 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the Soviet Union should release the prison records of Raoul Wallenberg and account for his whereabouts. US - HCONRES61 To encourage the Angolan peace talks. US - HCONRES68 Expressing the sense of Congress that the people of Hong Kong should be accorded the right to self-determination. US - HCONRES80 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the February 10, 1991, vote in favor of independence represents the legitimate will of the Lithuanian people. US - HCONRES81 Calling upon the United Nations to take all appropriate steps to try Saddam Hussein and his subordinates for all war crimes. US - HCONRES84 In support of the United Nations Secretary General's peace initiatives regarding Cyprus. US - HCONRES105 Calling for a United States policy of strengthening and maintaining indefinitely the current International Whaling Commission moratorium on the commercial killing of whales, and other wise expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to conserving and protecting the world's whale, dolphin, and porpoise populations. US - HCONRES108 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President, in planning and negotiating Iraq's post-war settlements with the United States and its allies, insist that 20 percent of Iraq's future oil revenues be used to pay various costs of the Persian Gulf War. US - HCONRES109 Commemorating the thirtieth anniversary of the signing of the Antarctic Treaty on June 22, 1991, and encouraging the United States to support efforts to achieve an international agreement establishing Antarctica as a region closed to commercial minerals development and related activities for at least 99 years at the upcoming meeting of the parties to the Antarctic Treaty, April 22 through 27, 1991, in Madrid, Spain. US - HCONRES112 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the United Nations should provide escort assistance to humanitarian relief efforts in Iraq and should deploy United Nations peacekeeping forces to stop the civil war in Iraq. US - HCONRES123 Urging the provision of foreign assistance to support legislative development in Central America to strengthen democracy in the region. US - HCONRES124 To address the suffering of the Kurdish people. US - HCONRES125 Stating that the Congress is convinced that the perpetuation of Saddam Hussein's rule in Iraq is incompatible with the stated goal of the United Nations Security Council to restore international peace and security to the Middle East, and urges the President to pursue, through the United Nations Security Council, the demand of the expeditious replacement of Saddam Hussein as the leader of Iraq. US - HCONRES127 Calling upon the President to take action through the United Nations to bring Iraqi officials, including President Saddam Hussein, before an appropriate international tribunal to be judged for war crimes and crimes against humanity. US - HCONRES133 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the United Nations provide the Kurdish refugees with protection, that the Kurds are political refugees, not economic refugees, that the United States call for the immediate cessation of the ongoing genocide being committed against the Kurdish people, and that the United States continue to provide humanitarian aid to Kurdish refugees both inside and outside of Iraq. US - HCONRES142 Extending an invitation to the International Olympic Committee to hold the 1998 winter Olympic games in Salt Lake City, Utah and pledging the cooperation and support of the Congress of the United States. US - HCONRES145 To express the sense of the Congress that Tibet, including those areas incorporated into the Chinese provinces of Sichuan, Yunnan, Gansu, and Qinghai, is an occupied country under established principles of international law whose true representatives are the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government in Exile as recognized by the Tibetan people. US - HCONRES148 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the Soviet Union should release the prison records of Raoul Wallenberg and account for his whereabouts. US - HCONRES156 Concerning the emancipation of the Baha'i community of Iran. US - HCONRES159 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding further democratic reforms in Nicaragua. US - HCONRES168 Expressing the sense of the Congress that a portion of Iraq's frozen assets be released to UNICEF for the sole purpose of providing medical and humanitarian assistance to Iraqi citizens. US - HCONRES176 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding human rights violations in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania. US - HCONRES177 Calling for a United States policy of strengthening and maintaining indefinitely the current International Whaling Commission moratorium on the commercial killing of whales, and otherwise expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to conserving and protecting the world's whale, dolphin, and porpoise populations. US - HCONRES181 Condemning resurgent anti-Semitism and ethnic intolerance in Romania. US - HCONRES188 Concerning freedom of emigration and travel for Syrian Jews. US - HCONRES189 Calling on the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to expedite the release and emigration of "reeducation" camp detainees. US - HCONRES190 Concerning humanitarian assistance to Iraq. US - HCONRES195 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the United Nations disaster relief system. US - HCONRES197 Providing that the President should urge the Secretary-General of the United Nations to develop plans for coordinating and expanding resources of the United Nations to respond effectively to disasters and humanitarian emergencies. US - HCONRES200 To recommend that the United Nations Security Council dispatch United Nations forces to the Republic of Croatia for the purpose of stopping the bloodshed there. US - HCONRES201 Expressing the sense of the Congress relating to the need for a Conference on Security, Stability, Development, and Cooperation in Africa and commending the Helsinki Commission for its leadership on this initiative. US - HCONRES204 Concerning compensation for United States assistance to the Soviet Union and successor states. US - HCONRES210 Expressing the sense of the Congress in support of Taiwan's membership in the United Nations and other international organizations. 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 - HCONRES214 Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to the implementation of the United Nations peace plan for the Western Sahara. US - HCONRES216 Concerning the use of forced labor in Chinese prisons. US - HCONRES217 Urging all parties in Yugoslavia to continue support for the current ceasefire and engage in negotiations on the future of Yugoslavia, calling upon the United Nations to play an expanded role, along with the European Community, in resolving the Yugoslav problem, and encouraging the Administration to fully mobilize United States political and economic influence to address the crisis. US - HCONRES220 Condemning the unconstitutional seizure of power by elements of the Haitian military and consequent violence, and calling on the Attorney General to suspend the forced return of Haitian nationals in the United States during the crisis in Haiti. US - HCONRES221 Commending Aung San Suu Kyi on the occasion of her receiving the Nobel Peace Prize and requesting that the Speaker of the House invite her to address a joint meeting of the Congress. US - HCONRES223 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the International Red Cross/Red Cresent Movement should include Magen David Adom as a legitimate national society of that Movement. US - HCONRES229 To insure that full restitution and reimbursement is made to the United States Coast Guard for its costs in the response to the oil spill in the Arabian Gulf; and to instruct the United Nations to earmark a percentage of the monies collected for the United Nations Compensation Fund toward Arabian Gulf oil spill and Kuwaiti oil well spill cleanup and environmental restoration. US - HCONRES230 Emphasizing the vast extent of environmental damage in the Persian Gulf Region and urging expeditious efforts by the United Nations to set aside funds to redress environmental and public health losses. US - HCONRES232 Calling for acceptance and implementation by certain republics of the commitments on human rights, fundamental freedoms, and humanitarian cooperation contained in the Helsinki Final Act and other documents of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. US - HCONRES234 Expressing the sense of the Congress concerning humanitarian assistance for the people in Sudan. US - HCONRES235 Congratulating the president and the people of Armenia for their democratic elections and urging the President of the United States to recognize Armenia's declaration of independence and to extend full diplomatic recognition to the Republic of Armenia. US - HCONRES240 Condemning the massacre of East Timorese civilians by the Indonesian military. US - HCONRES248 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the authorities on Taiwan should permit the return to Taiwan of all citizens of Taiwan who are committed to peaceful political change. US - HCONRES253 To express the sense of the Congress that the President should urge the United Nations Security Council to impose sanctions against Serbia and that the President should take a more active role in resolving the Serbo-Croatian conflict. US - HCONRES263 Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to United States policy on the issues before the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, and expressing the sense of the Congress that the United States should pursue with the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean a cooperative strategy to address environmental concerns in the Western Hemisphere. US - HCONRES266 Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to United States participation in the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED). US - HCONRES269 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the United Nations peace plan in the Western Sahara. US - HCONRES272 Expressing the sense of the Congress that all parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITIES) should withdraw all reservations to the Convention regarding listed species prior to the eighth Conference of the Parties to be held in March 1992. US - HCONRES273 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the United Nations peace plan in the Western Sahara. US - HCONRES278 Concerning human rights in the north of Ireland. 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 - HCONRES291 Concerning bilateral relations between the United States and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. US - HCONRES295 Concerning the appointment of a special envoy to Northern Ireland. 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 - HCONRES318 To urge a resumption of the Cyprus peace talks and to encourage support for United Nations peace initiatives regarding Cyprus. US - HCONRES324 Expressing the sense of the Congress that women's soccer should be a medal sport at the 1996 centennial Olympic games in Atlanta, Georgia. US - HCONRES325 Concerning the establishment of a bilateral commission of the environment between the United States and Mexico. US - HCONRES335 Concerning the conflict in the former state of Yugoslavia. US - HCONRES342 Expressing the sense of the Congress that there should be free and democratic elections in the West Bank and Gaza. US - HCONRES347 Concerning the process of democratization of Vietnam. US - HCONRES353 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the United States should assume a strong leadership role in implementing the decisions made at the Earth Summit by developing a national strategy to implement Agenda 21 and other Earth summit agreements through domestic policy and foreign policy, by cooperating with all countries to identify and initiate further agreements to protect the global environment, and by supporting and participating in a high-level United Nations Sustainable Development Comm... US - HCONRES356 Concerning the establishment of a United States-China Human Rights Commission. US - HCONRES357 Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to violations of internationally recognized human rights by the Government of Iraq. US - HCONRES361 Condemning the persecution of Cuban poet Maria Elena Cruz Varela, and for other purposes. US - HCONRES369 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President should develop a strategy to bring the United States back into active and full membership in the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization not later than July 1, 1993. US - HRES32 To condemn the deployment of Soviet troops in the Baltic states of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia. US - HRES33 Calling upon President Gorbachev to refrain from further use of force against the democratically elected governments of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. US - HRES36 To express the sense of the House of Representatives that the President should review economic benefits provided to the Soviet Union in light of the crisis in the Baltic states. US - HRES39 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the President should bring the matter of Lithuanian territorial sovereignty before the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE) and other international organizations. US - HRES41 To express the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States should suspend trade assistance and benefits for the Soviet Union until all Soviet troops have been removed from Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, and should reaffirm its recognition of the independence of those nations. 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 - HRES48 Condemning Iraq for violations of internationally-recognized human rights and the law of nations. US - HRES87 Freedom for Kashmir Resolution US - HRES88 Condemning Cuba's human rights violations, and commending the United Nations Human Rights Commission for its attention to the human rights situation in Cuba. US - HRES98 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that a portion of Iraq's oil wealth should be used to pay the costs of the allied military operations against Iraq, to indemnify noncombatant nations and individuals that suffered losses as a result of the conflict, and to pay the environmental clean-up costs associated with the conflict. US - HRES100 To urge the establishment of an international military tribunal to prosecute war crimes arising out of the Persian Gulf conflict. US - HRES113 Expressing the support of the House of Representatives for the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping for Seafarers and calling upon the Senate to expeditiously give its advice and consent to ratification of that convention. US - HRES116 Urging the President to complete the review of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women in order that the Senate may give its advice and consent to ratification. US - HRES120 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding the United States policy on carbon dioxide emissions. US - HRES121 Concerning the conflict in Yugoslavia. US - HRES126 To condemn the treatment of Kurdish and other refugees in Iraq and to urge immediate humanitarian assistance and an end to repression against refugees by the government of Iraq. US - HRES130 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding the United States policy on carbon dioxide emissions. US - HRES134 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the United States implement promptly the recommendations the National Academy of Sciences issued in its report "Policy Implications of Greenhouse Warming". US - HRES140 Calling on the Soviet Union to take certain actions with regard to lasting effects of the nuclear accident at Chernobyl. US - HRES163 Condemning violence in Armenia. US - HRES175 Concerning the Republic of Latvia. US - HRES185 Concerning the United States position on environmental protection at the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Brazil. US - HRES205 To express opposition to the use of force in Yugoslavia and to express support for the peaceful and democratic resolution of political differences in Yugoslavia. US - HRES213 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives relating to the support of international efforts to bring about democratic reform in Yugoslavia through peaceful and equitable means. US - HRES228 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the President should communicate to the leaders of the Government of the People's Republic of China the concern of the United States for the welfare of Wang Juntao and Chen Ziming and call for the their immediate release from prison. US - HRES237 Regarding the crisis in Yugoslavia. US - HRES261 Urging the President to complete the review of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women and to submit to the Senate reservations, understandings, and declarations necessary for the Senate to give its advice and consent to ratification. US - HRES263 Concerning relations between the United States and Burma. US - HRES313 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that the President should initiate an appraisal of, and consider alternatives to, the current structure and membership of the United Nations Security Council in the context of recent changes in the world's economic and political realities. US - HRES321 Concerning the conflict between the Armenian and Azerbaijani populations of the Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast in the Territory of Azerbaijan. US - HRES350 Urging the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency to accelerate the scheduled phaseout of ozone-destroying substances in the United States as required pursuant to the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990; calling on the President to urge the Contracting Parties to the Montreal Protocol to modify the Protocol in order to accelerate the phaseout of such substances; and for other purposes based on scientific findings concerning the degradation of the stratospheric ozone layer. US - HRES361 Calling for the deployment of United Nations peacekeeping forces in the Nagorno-Karabagh Autonomous Republic. US - HRES380 Condemning the forced repatriation of Vietnamese refugees in Hong Kong. US - HRES415 Concerning observance by the Government of Romania of the human rights of the Hungarians in Transylvania. US - HRES422 Concerning the crisis in Somalia. US - HRES448 Regarding the Agression against Bosnia-Hercegovina and Conditioning United States Recognition of Serbia, Montenegro, or the Yugoslav Republic. US - HRES461 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives concerning the Chinese government's harassment of foreign journalists. US - HRES470 Regarding United States policy toward the former Yugoslavia. US - HRES473 Expressing the continuing concern of the House of Representatives about the situation in Burma and its implications for the region. US - HRES490 Relating to the enforcement of United Nations Security Council resolutions calling for the cessation of hostilities in the former territory of Yugoslavia. US - HRES515 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding the need for the President to seek the Senate's advice and consent to ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. US - HRES521 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding human rights violations against the people of Kashmir, and calling for direct negotiations among Pakistan, India and Kashmir. US - HRES538 Commending the heroic individuals who acted to rescue Jews during the Holocaust and the Jewish Foundation for Christian Rescuers, which perpetuates the altruism and moral courage of such individuals. US - HRES546 Concerning the crisis in Bosnia-Herzegovina. US - HRES552 Relating to authorization of multilateral action in Bosnia-Hercegovina under Article 42 of the United Nations Charter. US - HRES557 Concerning the plight of refugees and displaced persons in the former Yugoslav republic. US - S253 Persian Gulf War Criminals Prosecution Act of 1991 US - S1731 United States-Hong Kong Policy Act of 1992 US - SJRES94 A joint resolution relative to Iraq. US - SJRES110 A joint resolution expressing the sense of the Congress that the United States and the Soviet Union should lead an effort to promptly repeal United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3379 (XXX). US - SJRES154 A joint resolution to designate August 1, 1991, as "Helsinki Human Rights Day". US - SJRES310 A joint resolution to designate August 1, 1992, as "Helsinki Human Rights Day". US - SCONRES18 A concurrent resolution expressing the concern of the Congress for the ongoing human rights abuses in Burma and for the status of displaced Burmese and Burmese refugees. US - SCONRES41 A concurrent resolution to express the sense of the Congress that Tibet, including those areas incorporated into the Chinese provinces of Sichuan, Yunnan, Gansu, and Qinghai that have historically been a part of Tibet, is an occupied country under established principles of international law whose true representatives are the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government in exile as recognized by the Tibetan people. US - SCONRES43 A concurrent resolution concerning the emancipation of the Baha'i community of Iran. US - SCONRES80 A concurrent resolution concerning democratic changes in Zaire. 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.