[Congressional Record Index (2010)]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office, www.gpo.gov]



DEPARTMENT OF STATE  related term(s) Diplomats
  Addresses
      Commencement of Kazakhstan's Organization for Security and Co-
        operation in Europe Chairmanship: Robert O. Blake, Dept. of 
        State, E117 [2FE]
      Condemn Human Rights Violations, Release Political Prisoners, 
        Support Democracy, Remove Terrorist Designation From 
        Opposition Group, and Impose Sanctions To Deter Nuclear 
        Program in Iran: Representative Filner, E2082 [8DE]
      Freedom of the Media: Dunja Mijatovic, Organization for Security 
        and Co-operation in Europe, E1057-E1059 [9JN]
  Amendments
      Burma: condemn continued detention of Aung San Suu Kyi, broaden 
        political participation, assess U.S. policy relative to human 
        rights violations, and call for a fair election process (S. 
        Res. 480), S3426, S3432 [7MY]
      Dept. of State, foreign operations, and related programs: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3081), S7705, S7706, S7709, S7753, S7756, 
        S7757 [29SE], H7372 [29SE]
      ------making appropriations (H.R. 3081), consideration of Senate 
        amendments (H. Res. 1682), H7368 [29SE]
      Water for the Poor Act: enhance implementation (S. 624), S7218 
        [20SE]
  Articles and editorials
      `Bulldozer,' `Giant' of Diplomacy Holbrooke Dies--Among 
        Credits--`95 Bosnian Pact, H8507 [15DE]
      Gabon's President Meets Clinton, Calls Corruption Africa's 
        Cancer, E1000 [28MY]
      Name, Elevate Ambassador, E566 [15AP]
      NSG Makes Little Headway at Meeting, S7258 [21SE]
      Obama at the Crossroads on Religious Liberty, E918 [24MY]
  Bills and resolutions
      al Shabaab (terrorist organization): condemn practice of child 
        conscription in the Horn of Africa (see H. Res. 1596), H6572 
        [30JY]
      al-Awlaki, Anwar: issue certificate of loss of nationality (see 
        H. Res. 1288), H2843 [22AP]
      Belarus: submit to Congress an annual report on exports of 
        weapons and related services by Belarus and Belarusian 
        enterprises (see H.R. 4436), H138 [13JA]
      Burma: condemn continued detention of Aung San Suu Kyi, broaden 
        political participation, assess U.S. policy relative to human 
        rights violations, and call for a fair election process (see 
        S. Res. 480), S2295 [14AP]
      Caucasus Emirate: designate as a foreign terrorist organization 
        (see H. Res. 1315), H3078 [29AP]
      Civil liberties: reaffirm centrality of freedoms of expression 
        and press as cornerstones of U.S. foreign policy, encourage 
        international Internet freedom, and condemn cyber attacks and 
        censorship by China (see S. Res. 405), S440 [2FE]
      Classified information: transmit to the House of Representatives 
        classified documents unlawfully disclosed and provided to 
        WikiLeaks (Internet site) and the news media (see H. Res. 
        1763), H8520 [15DE]
      Coordinator for Cyberspace and Cybersecurity Issues: establish 
        (see S. 3193), S2208 [12AP]
      Crime: restrict passports of certain sex offenders (see H.R. 
        5870), H6162 [27JY]
      Dept. of Defense: prohibit transfer of individuals detained at 
        Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, into any country or region recognized as 
        a haven for terrorist activity or a state sponsor of terrorism 
        (see H.R. 4464), H193 [19JA]
      Dept. of Homeland Security: modify requirements for the visa 
        waiver program (see S. 3544), S5538 [29JN]
      ------remove temporary suspension of waiver authority for 
        participation in the visa waiver program (see S. 16), S7786 
        [29SE]
      Dept. of State, foreign operations, and related programs: making 
        appropriations (see S. 3676), S6520 [29JY]
      ------making appropriations (H.R. 3081), consideration of Senate 
        amendments (see H. Res. 1682), H7388 [29SE]
      Developing countries: ensure affordable and equitable access to 
        safe water and sanitation (see H.R. 6565), H8940 [21DE]
      ------increase U.S. financial and programmatic contributions to 
        promote economic opportunities for women (see H.R. 5191), 
        H3078 [29AP]
      Diplomats: pay New York, NY, and Washington, DC, for unpaid 
        fully adjudicated parking fines and penalties issued to 
        foreign governments through deductions in assistance to such 
        governments (see H.R. 4457), H139 [13JA]
      Diseases: ensure U.S. global HIV/AIDS assistance prioritizes 
        saving lives by focusing on access to treatment (see S. 3627), 
        S6078 [21JY]
      Egypt: support democracy, human rights, and civil liberties (see 
        S. Res. 586), S6025 [20JY]
      Embassies: establish a Design Excellence Program, reestablish 
        the Architectural Advisory Board, and assess the Standard 
        Embassy Design Program (see S. 3210), S2377 [15AP]
      Eritrea: recognize destructive role of the Government and 
        designate as a state sponsor of terrorism (see H. Res. 1708), 
        H7396 [29SE]
      Firearms: provide that certain firearms listed as curios or 
        relics may be imported into the U.S. by a licensed importer 
        without obtaining authorization from the Depts. of State or 
        Defense (see S. 3942), S7899 [15NO] (see H.R. 6240), H7388 
        [29SE]
      Foreign policy: authorize certain authorities to improve 
        diplomacy and oversight and address certain Foreign Service 
        and consular services issues (see S. 2971), S358 [29JA]
      Foreign Service: recognize contributions of female ambassadors 
        and members of the Foreign Service (see H. Res. 1698), H7395 
        [29SE]
      Haiti: establish a scholarship program for Haitian students 
        whose studies were interrupted as a result of the earthquake 
        (see H.R. 6232), H7154 (see H.R. 6232), H7211 [28SE]
      Health care professionals: enhance global healthcare by 
        implementing immigration policies that encourage foreign 
        workers in the U.S. to assist with health care in their home 
        countries (see S. 3135), S1670 [17MR]
      Immigration: allow aliens who are legally present in the U.S. to 
        return temporarily to their country of citizenship if that 
        country is engaged in post-conflict reconstruction (see S. 
        2974), S439 [2FE]
      ------discontinue granting visas to nationals and deny admission 
        to officials from a country that denies or unreasonably delays 
        repatriation of aliens ordered to leave the the U.S. (see H.R. 
        6018), H6569 [30JY]
      ------enhance Federal, State, and local enforcement of 
        immigration laws (see S. 3901), S7787 [29SE]
      ------prevent executives of companies that invest in Iran's 
        nuclear or petroleum industries to enter the U.S. (see S. 18), 
        S7786 [29SE]
      ------refuse or revoke visas to aliens if in U.S. security or 
        foreign policy interests, review all visa applications before 
        adjudication, and provide for immediate dissemination of visa 
        revocation information (see S. 2944), S122 [21JA] (see S. 
        3077), S1169 [4MR] (see H.R. 4758), H1167 [4MR]
      Information technology: modernize authorities to oppose 
        dissemination of violent extremist ideologies over the 
        Internet and other mediums of information (see H.R. 5729), 
        H5546 [13JY]
      International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking: 
        designate (see H. Res. 1451), H4635 [17JN]
      International relations: investigate role of Insan Hak ve 
        Hurriyetleri ve Insani Yardim Vakfi (IHH) (organization) in 
        supporting terrorist organizations and foreign involvement in 
        breaking Israel's blockade of Gaza (see H. Res. 1532), H5676 
        [15JY]
      Iran: condemn human rights violations, release political 
        prisoners, support democracy, remove terrorist designation 
        from opposition group, and impose sanctions to deter nuclear 
        program (see H. Res. 1431), H4386 [10JN]
      ------mark anniversary of Presidential election, support 
        citizens' pursuit of basic freedoms, and condemn ongoing human 
        rights abuses (see S. Res. 551), S4885 [14JN]
      ------prevent high-ranking Iranian Government officials or 
        Iranian Revolutionary Guard officers from being eligible for a 
        travel visa to the U.S. (see H. Con. Res. 256), H2215 [22MR]
      Iraq: commend civil-military partnership and leadership of 
        Raymond T. Odierno and Christopher R. Hill to refine and 
        sustain effective counterinsurgency and counterterrorism 
        strategy (see S. Res. 616), S6885 [5AU]
      Israel: authorize assistance for the Iron Dome anti-missile 
        defense system (see S. 3451), S4529 [27MY] (see H.R. 5327), 
        H3540 [18MY]
      ------support right of self-defense and peace processes, condemn 
        outside efforts to break blockade of Gaza and Iran's efforts 
        to support future flotillas, and consider additional terrorist 
        designations (see H. Res. 1599), H6572 [30JY]
      Japan: remedy trade violations relative to not applying 
        incentives for U.S. automobile imports under the Japan Eco-
        Friendly Vehicle Purchase Program (see S. Res. 388), S52 
        [20JA] (see H. Res. 997), H39 [12JA]
      Jews: provide for additional reporting and briefing on anti-
        Semitism around the world and enhance actions and funding to 
        monitor and combat anti-Semitism (see H.R. 6277), H7390 [29SE]
      Motion pictures: authorize grants for an international 
        documentary exchange program (see S. 3503), S5112 [17JN]
      National security: prevent proliferation of weapons of mass 
        destruction and prepare for attacks using such weapons (see 
        H.R. 5057), H2640 [15AP]
      Pakistan: designate the Taliban as a foreign terrorist 
        organization (see S. 3560), S5699 [30JN]
      Passports: authorize access to certain Federal, State, and other 
        databases to verify identity of a passport applicant, reduce 
        incidence of fraud, and require authentication of 
        identification documents (see S. 3666), S6519 [29JY]
      ------direct payment of passport fees (see H.R. 5960), H6404 
        (see H.R. 5960), H6456 [29JY]
      Russia: express solidarity with human rights defenders (see H. 
        Res. 1539), H5818 [20JY]
      ------make certain individuals ineligible for visas or admission 
        to U.S. and impose certain financial measures on such 
        individuals pending investigation of death of Sergei L. 
        Magnitsky (see S. 3881), S7787 [29SE]
      Rwanda: urge release from prison of human rights lawyer, Peter 
        Erlinder (see H. Res. 1426), H4246 [8JN]
      Thailand: anniversary of the Fulbright Program (see S. Res. 
        469), S2116 [25MR]
      U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy: reauthorize (see 
        H.R. 5589), H4779 [23JN]
      Vietnam: condemn human rights violations against villagers of 
        Con Dau in Da Nang, call for U.N. investigation, and urge the 
        Dept. of State to monitor such violations (see H. Res. 1572), 
        H6405 (see H. Res. 1572), H6457 [29JY]
      ------use diplomatic pressure to uphold basic human rights, call 
        on U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam to visit certain detained 
        democracy activists, and request release of such activists 
        (see H. Res. 1515), H5617 [14JY]
      Women: establish Office for Global Women's Issues and Women's 
        Development Advisor to facilitate interagency coordination and 
        integration of gender into Dept. of State and AID strategies 
        (see S. 3151), S1812 [22MR]
      World Water Day: support goals and ideals (see S. Res. 466), 
        S1874 [23MR]
  Cloture motions
      Dept. of State, foreign operations, and related programs: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3081), motion to proceed, S7454 [24SE], 
        S7585 [28SE]
  Essays
      Public Diplomacy--Building Bridges of Understanding: Richard W. 
        Soudriette, Center for Diplomacy and Democracy, S10926 [21DE]
  Letters
      Condition U.S. military assistance to Somalia on termination of 
        use of child soldiers: Senator Durbin, S4976 [16JN]
      Continued search for Lynn University students and faculty 
        members still missing in aftermath of earthquake in Haiti: 
        Senator LeMieux, S148 [22JA]
      Dept. of State foreign affairs funding: Mike Mullen, Joint 
        Chiefs of Staff Chair, S4187 [25MY]
      ------Robert M. Gates, Sec. of Defense, S4187 [25MY]
      Dept. of State international affairs funding: several retired 
        U.S. military officers, E439 [22MR]
      Dept. of State Office of International Religious Freedom 
        proposed reorganization: Representative Wolf, H5979 [22JY]
      Dept. of State Office of the Special Coordinator for Tibetan 
        Issues understaffing: Representative Wolf, H5980 [22JY]
      Enhance ability to track foreign nationals who overstay their 
        visa: Senator Cornyn, S5390 [24JN]
      Justice for Sergei Magnitsky Act: Senator Cardin, Commission on 
        Security and Cooperation in Europe, S7797 [29SE]
      Millennium Challenge Corp., compact with Morocco suspension: 
        Representative Wolf, E1523 [30JY]
      U.S. Policy on Sudan: Representative Wolf, H5979 [22JY]
      U.S.-Russian Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) renewal, 
        S10805 [20DE]
  Lists
      Ambassadorial nominees pending Senate confirmation, S1249 [8MR]
      Cloture motion votes for certain executive and judicial 
        nominees, S1249 [8MR]
      Presidential nominations included in en bloc unanimous-consent 
        request, S2466 [20AP]
  Memorandums
      Bilateral Consultative Commission (BCC), S10904 [21DE]
  Messages
      National Emergency Relative to Threat in Lebanon Posed by 
        Actions of Certain Persons To Undermine Legitimate Democratic 
        Institutions: President Obama, S6517 [29JY], H6355 [29JY]
      Protocol Amending Tax Convention With Hungary: President Obama, 
        S7910 [15NO]
      Protocol Amending Tax Convention With Luxembourg: President 
        Obama, S7910 [15NO]
      Treaty on Measures for the Further Reduction and Limitation of 
        Strategic Offensive Arms: President Obama, S3766 [13MY]
      Treaty on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters With 
        Bermuda: President Obama, S5631 [29JN]
  Motions
      Dept. of State, foreign operations, and related programs: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3081), S7454 [24SE], H7375 [29SE]
  Remarks in House
      Armed Forces: making supplemental appropriations for military 
        and stabilization activities, H4443 [15JN], H5307, H5344-
        H5351, H5384-H5404 [1JY], H5551 [14JY], H5621 [15JY], H6049 
        [27JY], E1293 [13JY], E1331 [15JY], E1445 [28JY], E1469 [29JY]
      Caucasus Emirate: designate as a foreign terrorist organization 
        (H. Res. 1315), E716 [29AP]
      Cobb, Sue: Order of Jamaica award recipient, H6630 [14SE]
      Dept. of Defense: extend regulations on contractors performing 
        private security functions in certain countries, H4046 [27MY]
      Dept. of Homeland Security: procedures and treatment of 
        international diplomatic guests traveling through U.S. 
        airports, H1380 [12MR]
      Dept. of State, foreign operations, and related programs: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3081), Senate amendments, H7372-H7377 
        [29SE]
      ------making appropriations (H.R. 3081), consideration of Senate 
        amendments (H. Res. 1682), H7364-H7370 [29SE]
      Foreign aid: international affairs funding, E438 [22MR]
      Freedom of the press: highlight and promote worldwide, E1057 
        [9JN]
      Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child 
        Abduction: ensure compliance by certain countries and 
        establish procedures for prompt return of children abducted to 
        other countries (H.R. 3240), H270 [21JA]
      ------urge Brazil to comply and return Nicole Pate to Marty 
        Pate, H3206 [6MY], E2196 [18DE]
      Haiti: establish a scholarship program for Haitian students 
        whose studies were interrupted as a result of the earthquake 
        (H.R. 6232), E1773 [29SE]
      ------require report on contracting procurement, H5354 [1JY]
      Immigration: clarify procedures for Iraqi nationals applying for 
        visas, H4067 [27MY]
      ------eliminate the diversity immigrant program (H.R. 2305), H14 
        [12JA]
      ------refuse or revoke visas to aliens if in U.S. security or 
        foreign policy interests, review all visa applications before 
        adjudication, and provide for immediate dissemination of visa 
        revocation information (H.R. 4758), E934 [25MY]
      Iran: condemn human rights violations, release political 
        prisoners, support democracy, remove terrorist designation 
        from opposition group, and impose sanctions to deter nuclear 
        program (H. Res. 1431), E2082 [8DE]
      Iraq: alleged rape of Halliburton/KBR employee by fellow 
        contractors, H2700 [21AP]
      Israel: authorize assistance for the Iron Dome anti-missile 
        defense system (H.R. 5327), H3617-H3620, H3623 [19MY], E901, 
        E906, E910 [20MY], E913 [24MY], E943, E953 [26MY]
      ------support right to construct additional housing in 
        Jerusalem, H1412, H1414 [15MR], H2264 [24MR], H2447 [25MR], 
        H2670 [20AP], H2888 [27AP], H3303 [11MY], E418 [19MR]
      Nepal: call for extradition of Sajan Tamalshina to Texas, H6581 
        [10AU]
      Nuclear weapons: assessment of the Nuclear Security Summit, E575 
        [16AP]
      ------release of comprehensive nuclear posture review, H2558, 
        H2565-H2572 [14AP], H2953 [28AP]
      Office of International Religious Freedom: impact of proposed 
        reorganization, H5978 [22JY]
      Office of the Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues: 
        understaffing, H5978 [22JY]
      Pakistan: require report on contracting procurement, H5354 [1JY]
      Passports: allow Iroquois lacrosse team to utilize Iroquois 
        passports issued by Iroquois Confederacy rather than U.S. 
        passports for international travel, H5553, H5595 [14JY]
      Peru: call for extradition of Evelyn Messich to Texas to face 
        intoxication manslauther charges, H2621 [15AP]
      Religion: urge President Obama to name Ambassador-at-Large for 
        International Religious Freedom, E566 [15AP], E917 [24MY]
      Russia: express solidarity with human rights defenders (H. Res. 
        1539), E1379 [20JY]
      Sri Lanka: prohibit assistance under Foreign Military Financing 
        Program, E908 [20MY]
      Sudan: develop comprehensive strategy to address humanitarian 
        crisis in Darfur, H5974 [22JY]
      Vietnam: condemn human rights violations against villagers of 
        Con Dau in Da Nang, call for U.N. investigation, and urge the 
        Dept. of State to monitor such violations (H. Res. 1572), 
        E1671 [16SE]
      ------list as a ``Country of Particular Concern'' relative to 
        religious freedom, H5976 [22JY], E1218 [28JN], E1733 [23SE]
      ------list as a ``Country of Particular Concern'' relative to 
        religious freedom (H. Res. 20), H8475-H8481 [15DE], H8595 
        [16DE], E2155 [16DE]
      Virginia: tribute to 11th Congressional District recipients of 
        Dept. of State Fulbright Award, E1895 [15NO]
      Water for the Poor Act: enhance implementation (H.R. 2030), 
        H7001 [28SE], H8333 [14DE], E2176 [16DE]
      WikiLeaks (Internet site): release of classified documents to 
        the news media, H7743-H7745 [30NO], H7760 [1DE], H8035 [7DE], 
        H8278 [9DE], E2044 [2DE]
      Xe Services LLC: renewal of contract, H1035 [3MR]
  Remarks in Senate
      Armed Forces: making supplemental appropriations for military 
        and stabilization activities, S5213 [21JN]
      Burma: condemn continued detention of Aung San Suu Kyi, broaden 
        political participation, assess U.S. policy relative to human 
        rights violations, and call for a fair election process (S. 
        Res. 480), S3432 [7MY]
      Civil liberties: reaffirm centrality of freedoms of expression 
        and press as cornerstones of U.S. foreign policy, encourage 
        international Internet freedom, and condemn cyber attacks and 
        censorship by China (S. Res. 405), S447 [2FE], S472 [4FE]
      Dept. of State, foreign operations, and related programs: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3081), S7703-S7715 [29SE]
      ------making appropriations (H.R. 3081), motion to proceed, 
        S7454 [24SE], S7693 [29SE]
      ------making appropriations (H.R. 3081), unanimous-consent 
        agreement, S7702 [29SE]
      ------making appropriations (H.R. 3081), unanimous-consent 
        request, S7711 [29SE]
      ------making appropriations (S. 3676), S6864 [5AU], S7168 [16SE]
      ------making emergency supplemental appropriations, S4129 [24MY]
      Developing countries: increase U.S. financial and programmatic 
        contributions to promote economic opportunities for women (S. 
        1425), S1303 [9MR]
      Diseases: ensure U.S. global HIV/AIDS assistance prioritizes 
        saving lives by focusing on access to treatment (S. 3627), 
        S6085 [21JY]
      Europe: commend countries that passed laws for the restitution 
        of, or compensation for, property illegally confiscated by 
        Nazi or Communist regimes, and encourage other countries to 
        pass such laws (S. Res. 153), S2370 [15AP]
      Federal employees: tribute to personnel, S924 [2MR]
      Foreign aid: international affairs funding, S237, S238 [26JA], 
        S284 [28JA], S4506 [27MY]
      ------strengthen capacity, transparency, and accountability of 
        U.S. foreign assistance programs to effectively adapt and 
        respond to new challenges (S. 1524), S560 [11FE]
      Foreign countries: release of human rights report, S1514 [15MR]
      Foreign policy: ensure that U.S. policy reflects appropriate 
        understanding and sensitivity on human rights, S939 [2MR]
      ------importance of public diplomacy, S1335 [10MR], S10926 
        [21DE]
      Foreign Service: nominations, S742 [24FE], S2241 [13AP], S4211 
        [25MY], S6651 [3AU], S9022 [14DE]
      Freedom of the press: highlight and promote worldwide (H.R. 
        3714), S2981 [29AP]
      Goldberg, Philip S.: nomination to be Assistant Sec. of State 
        for Intelligence and Research, S420 [2FE], S540, S541 [9FE]
      Haiti: set up safe havens with food, water, and protection for 
        all orphans and grant humanitarian parole for orphaned 
        children who are eligible for adoption by U.S. families, S22 
        [20JA], S71, S113 [21JA]
      Health care professionals: enhance global healthcare by 
        implementing immigration policies that encourage foreign 
        workers in the U.S. to assist with health care in their home 
        countries (S. 3135), S1671 [17MR]
      Immigration: enhance ability to track foreign nationals who 
        overstay their visa, S5388-S5390 [24JN]
      ------enhance Federal, State, and local enforcement of 
        immigration laws (S. 3901), S7804-S7807 [29SE]
      Iran: mark anniversary of Presidential election, support 
        citizens' pursuit of basic freedoms, and condemn ongoing human 
        rights abuses (S. Res. 551), S4893 [14JN]
      Kennedy, Laura E.: nomination to be U.S. Representative to the 
        Conference on Disarmament, S451 [4FE], S541 [9FE]
      Mining and mineral resources: require U.S.-registered companies 
        selling products using columbite-tantalite, coltan, 
        cassiterite, and wolframite to disclose the country-of-origin 
        of such materials to the SEC, S3866 [18MY], S3976 [19MY]
      Nuclear weapons: assessment of the Nuclear Security Summit, 
        S2332 [15AP]
      Passports: authorize access to certain Federal, State, and other 
        databases to verify identity of a passport applicant, reduce 
        incidence of fraud, and require authentication of 
        identification documents (S. 3666), S6522 [29JY]
      Presidential appointments: nominations considered and confirmed 
        en bloc, S587 [11FE], S1113 [3MR], S1408 [10MR], S1778 [19MR], 
        S2544 [22AP], S4583 [28MY], S5217 [22JN], S5682 [30JN], S6965-
        S6968, S6974 [5AU], S7724, S7729 [29SE], S11061-S11066 [22DE]
      ------Senate process for confirmation of political nominees, 
        S1247 [8MR], S1566-S1575 [16MR], S2269, S2270 [14AP], S2400, 
        S2402, S2403 [19AP]
      Ricciardone, Francis J., Jr.: nomination to be Ambassador to 
        Turkey, S6858 [5AU]
      Russia: make certain individuals ineligible for visas or 
        admission to U.S. and impose certain financial measures on 
        such individuals pending investigation of death of Sergei L. 
        Magnitsky (S. 3881), S7795 [29SE]
      Senate: executive calendar, unanimous-consent request, S3390 
        [7MY]
      Somalia: condition U.S. military assistance on termination of 
        use of child soldiers, S4976 [16JN]
      Thailand: anniversary of the Fulbright Program (S. Res. 469), 
        S7665 [28SE]
      Treaties and agreements: removal of injunction of secrecy, S3766 
        [13MY], S5631 [29JN], S7910 [15NO]
      U.S.-Russian Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START): tribute to 
        efforts of executive and military officials and Senate staff, 
        S10950 [22DE]
      Vietnamese Conflict: provide for environmental cleanup and 
        compensation of victims due to Agent Orange exposure, S7168 
        [16SE]
      Water for the Poor Act: enhance implementation (S. 624), S7222-
        S7224 [20SE]
      WikiLeaks (Internet site): release of classified documents to 
        the news media, S8270 [30NO]
      World Water Day: support goals and ideals (S. Res. 466), S1877 
        [23MR]
  Reports
      Political Contributions of Executive Nominees, S740-S742 [24FE], 
        S2240 [13AP], S2758 [28AP], S6647-S6651 [3AU], S7266, S7267 
        [21SE], S7776, S7777 [29SE], S9022 [14DE]
  Reports filed
      Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Business Travel Cards Act: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate) (S. 1633), S10929 
        [21DE]
      Consideration of Senate Amendments to H.R. 3081, Continuing 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 1682) (H. 
        Rept. 111-655), H7388 [29SE]
      Dept. of State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (Senate) (S. 3676) 
        (S. Rept. 111-237), S6519 [29JY]
      Dept. of State Authorization of Certain Authorities To Improve 
        Diplomacy and Oversight and Address Certain Foreign Service 
        and Consular Services Issues: Committee on Foreign Relations 
        (Senate) (S. 2971) (S. Rept. 111-301), S7420 [23SE]
      Foreign Assistance Revitalization and Accountability Act: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate) (S. 1524) (S. Rept. 
        111-122), S438 [2FE]
      Fulbright Program in Thailand Anniversary: Committee on Foreign 
        Relations (Senate) (S. Res. 469), S4211 [25MY]
      Merida Initiative To Combat Illicit Narcotics and Reduce 
        Organized Crime Submission of a Report on Effects on U.S. 
        Border Security: Committee on Homeland Security (House) (H.R. 
        3239) (H. Rept. 111-429), H1219 [9MR]
      Nomination of Alejandro D. Wolff To Be Ambassador to Chile: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6650 [3AU]
      Nomination of Alexander A. Arvizu To Be Ambassador to Albania: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S7267 [21SE]
      Nomination of Allan J. Katz To Be Ambassador to Portugal: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S741 [24FE]
      Nomination of Beatrice Wilkinson Welters To Be Ambassador to 
        Trinidad and Tobago: Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), 
        S741 [24FE]
      Nomination of Cameron Phelps Munter To Be Ambassador to 
        Pakistan: Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S7777 
        [29SE]
      Nomination of Christopher J. McMullen To Be Ambassador to 
        Angola: Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S7776 [29SE]
      Nomination of Christopher W. Murray To Be Ambassador to the 
        Republic of the Congo: Committee on Foreign Relations 
        (Senate), S6648 [3AU]
      Nomination of Daniel B. Smith To Be Ambassador to Greece: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6649 [3AU]
      Nomination of David I. Adelman To Be Ambassador to Singapore: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S741 [24FE]
      Nomination of Donald E. Booth To Be Ambassador to Ethiopia: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S740 [24FE]
      Nomination of Eric D. Benjaminson To Be Ambassador to Gabon and 
        Sao Tome and Principe: Committee on Foreign Relations 
        (Senate), S6649 [3AU]
      Nomination of Francis J. Ricciardone, Jr., To Be Ambassador to 
        Turkey: Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6651 [3AU]
      Nomination of Gerald M. Feierstein To Be Ambassador to Yemen: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6648 [3AU]
      Nomination of Harry K. Thomas, Jr., To Be Ambassador to 
        Philippines: Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S741 
        [24FE]
      Nomination of Helen P. Reed-Rowe To Be Ambassador to Palau: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6648 [3AU]
      Nomination of Ian C. Kelly To Be Organization for Security and 
        Co-operation in Europe U.S. Representative: Committee on 
        Foreign Relations (Senate), S742 [24FE]
      Nomination of J. Thomas Dougherty To Be Ambassador to Burkina 
        Faso: Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6649 [3AU]
      Nomination of James F. Entwistle To Be Ambassador to the 
        Democratic Republic of the Congo: Committee on Foreign 
        Relations (Senate), S6649 [3AU]
      Nomination of James F. Jeffrey To Be Ambassador to Iraq: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6650 [3AU]
      Nomination of Jo Ellen Powell To Be Ambassador to Mauritania: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S7776 [29SE]
      Nomination of Joseph A. Mussomeli To Be Ambassador to Slovenia: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S7267 [21SE]
      Nomination of Judith A. Stewart Stock To Be Assistant Sec. of 
        State for Educational and Cultural Affairs: Committee on 
        Foreign Relations (Senate), S742 [24FE]
      Nomination of Judith R. Fergin To Be Ambassador to Timor-Leste: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6649 [3AU]
      Nomination of Karen Brevard Stewart To Be Ambassador to Laos: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S7777 [29SE]
      Nomination of Kristie A. Kenney To Be Ambassador to Thailand: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S7776 [29SE]
      Nomination of Larry L. Palmer To Be Ambassador to Venezuela: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S9022 [14DE]
      Nomination of Laurence D. Wohlers To Be Ambassador to the 
        Central African Republic: Committee on Foreign Relations 
        (Senate), S6649 [3AU]
      Nomination of Luis E. Arreaga-Rodas To Be Ambassador to Iceland: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6647 [3AU]
      Nomination of Mark C. Storella To Be Ambassador to Zambia: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6648 [3AU]
      Nomination of Mark M. Boulware To Be Ambassador to Chad: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S7776 [29SE]
      Nomination of Matthew J. Bryza To Be Ambassador to Azerbaijan: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S7267 [21SE]
      Nomination of Maura Connelly To Be Ambassador to Lebanon: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6649 [3AU]
      Nomination of Michael S. Owen To Be Ambassador to Sierra Leone: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6649 [3AU]
      Nomination of Michele Thoren Bond To Be Ambassador to Lesotho: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6650 [3AU]
      Nomination of Norman L. Eisen To Be Ambassador to the Czech 
        Repbulic: Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S7266 
        [21SE]
      Nomination of Pamela A. White To Be Ambassador to Gambia: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S7777 [29SE]
      Nomination of Pamela E. Bridgewater Awkard To Be Ambassador to 
        Jamaica: Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6650 [3AU]
      Nomination of Patrick S. Moon To Be Ambassador to Bosnia and 
        Herzegovina: Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6648 
        [3AU]
      Nomination of Paul W. Jones To Be Ambassador to Malaysia: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6650 [3AU]
      Nomination of Peter M. McKinley To Be Ambassador to Colombia: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6648 [3AU]
      Nomination of Phillip Carter III To Be Ambassador to Cote 
        D'Ivoire: Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6647 [3AU]
      Nomination of Phyllis M. Powers To Be Ambassador to Panama: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6650 [3AU]
      Nomination of Robert P. Jackson To Be Ambassador to Cameroon: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6650 [3AU]
      Nomination of Rose M. Likins To Be Ambassador to Peru: Committee 
        on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6647 [3AU]
      Nomination of Scot A. Marciel To Be Ambassador to Indonesia: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6650 [3AU]
      Nomination of Scott H. DeLisi To Be Ambassador to Nepal: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S741 [24FE]
      Nomination of Terence P. McCulley To Be Ambassador to Nigeria: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S6650 [3AU]
      Nomination of Thomas R. Nides To Be Deputy Sec. of State for 
        Management and Resources: Committee on Foreign Relations 
        (Senate), S9022 [14DE]
      Nomination of Wanda L. Nesbitt To Be Ambassador to Namibia: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S7777 [29SE]
      Nomination of William R. Brownfield To Be Assistant Sec. of 
        State for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs: 
        Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate), S9022 [14DE]
      Return of Talent Act: Committee on the Judiciary (Senate) (S. 
        2974), S2162 [26MR]
      Treaty With Russia for Further Reduction and Limitation of 
        Strategic Offensive Arms (New START Treaty): Committee on 
        Foreign Relations (Senate) (Exec. Rept. 111-6), S7965 [17NO]
      Water for the World Act: Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate) 
        (S. 624) (S. Rept. 111-185), S3715 [13MY]
      Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Prevention and Preparedness 
        Act: Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs 
        (Senate) (S. 1649) (S. Rept. 111-377), S10513 [17DE]
  Resolutions of ratification
      Treaty With Russia for Further Reduction and Limitation of 
        Strategic Offensive Arms (New START Treaty), S7965-S7968 
        [17NO], S10982-S10985 [22DE]
  Statements
      Rail-Mobile Launchers of ICBMS and Their Missiles, S10899 [21DE]
  Summaries
      Dept. of State Country Report on Human Rights Practices in 
        Russia (excerpt), S1643 [17MR]
      Water for the World Act (H.R. 2030), H8502 [15DE]
  Tables
      Dept. of State chart on Deepwater Horizon oil spill response--
        international offers of assistance from governments and 
        international bodies, S5236-S5239 [22JN]
  Texts of
      H. Res. 20, Dept. of State listing of Vietnam as a ``Country of 
        Particular Concern'' relative to religious freedom, H8475 
        [15DE]
      H. Res. 1682, consideration of Senate amendments to H.R. 3081, 
        continuing appropriations, H7364 [29SE]
      H.R. 3081, continuing appropriations, H7372-H7375 [29SE]
      H.R. 5327, U.S.-Israel Missile Defense Cooperation and Support 
        Act, H3617 [19MY]
      S. 624, Water for the World Act, S7222-S7224 [20SE]
      S. 3135, Global Health Care Cooperation Act, S1672 [17MR]
      S. 3666, Passport Identity Verification Act, S6522 [29JY]
      S. 3881, Justice for Sergei Magnitsky Act, S7796 [29SE]
      S. 3901, Strengthening Our Commitment to Legal Immigration and 
        America's Security Act, S7807-S7809 [29SE]
      S. Res. 388, remedy trade violations relative to not applying 
        incentives for U.S. automobile imports under the Japan Eco-
        Friendly Vehicle Purchase Program, S56 [20JA]
      S. Res. 405, reaffirm centrality of freedoms of expression and 
        press as cornerstones of U.S. foreign policy, encourage 
        international Internet freedom, and condemn cyber attacks and 
        censorship by China, S445, S447 [2FE]
      S. Res. 466, support goals and ideals of World Water Day, S1876 
        [23MR]
      S. Res. 469, Fulbright Program anniversary in Thailand, S7665 
        [28SE]
      S. Res. 469, Thailand Fulbright Program anniversary, S2129 
        [25MR]
      S. Res. 480, condemn continued detention of Aung San Suu Kyi, 
        broaden political participation, assess U.S. policy relative 
        to human rights violations, and call for a fair election 
        process in Burma, S2299 [14AP], S3432 [7MY]
      S. Res. 551, mark anniversary of Iranian Presidential election, 
        support citizens' pursuit of basic freedoms, and condemn 
        ongoing human rights abuses, S4887, S4893 [14JN]
      S. Res. 586, support democracy, human rights, and civil 
        liberties in Egypt, S6026 [20JY]
      S. Res. 616, commend U.S. civil-military partnership in Iraq and 
        leadership of Raymond T. Odierno and Christopher R. Hill to 
        refine and sustain effective counterinsurgency and 
        counterterrorism strategy, S6908 [5AU]
  Transcripts
      In Historic Vote, UN Declares Water a Fundamental Human Right: 
        ``Democracy Now!'' (television/radio show), H8333 [14DE]