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Documents on American Republics, 1969–1972

Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969–1976, Volume E–10, Documents on American Republics, 1969–1972


List of Terms & Abbreviations

  • A/ARMA, Assistant Army Attaché
  • ADECO,  Programa de Adiestramientode Extensionista en Comunicaciones
  • ADDP, Assist Deputy Director of Plans, Central Intelligence Agency
  • ADMIN, Administrative Section
  • AEC, Atomic Energy Commission
  • AID, U.S. Agency for International Development
  • AIRA, Air Force Attaché
  • ALCAN, Aluminum Company of Canada, Guyana
  • ALCOA, Aluminum Company of America
  • AMCONSUL, U.S. Consul
  • Amcit, American Citizen
  • AmEmbassy, American Embassy
  • ARA, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs
  • ARA/APU, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Office of Argentine, Paraguayan, and Uruguayan Affairs
  • ARA/BC, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Office of Bolivian and Chilean Affairs
  • ARA/BR, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Office of Brazilian Affairs
  • ARA/CAR, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Office of Caribbean Affairs
  • ARA/CCA, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Office of the Coordinator of Cuban Affairs
  • ARA/CEN, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Office of Central American Affairs
  • ARA/ECP, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Office of Regional Economic Policy
  • ARA/EP, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Office of Ecuadorian and Peruvian Affairs
  • ARA/LA, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Bureau for Latin America
  • ARA/MEX, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Office of Mexican Affairs
  • ARA/NC, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Office of North Coast Affairs
  • ARA/NSC–IG, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Staff Director, National Security Council Interdepartmental Group
  • ARA/PAN, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Office of Panamanian Affairs
  • ARA/PLC, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Office of Policy and Coordination
  • ARA/PPC, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, Office of Policy Planning, Public and Congressional Affairs
  • ASW, Anti-submarine Warfare
  • BNDD, Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
  • BOB, Bureau of the Budget
  • C, Counselor, Secretary of State
  • CACM, Central American Common Market
  • CASP, Country Analysis and Strategy Paper
  • CEA, Council of Economic Advisors
  • CECLA,  Comisión especial de coordinatión latinoamericana (Special Latin American Coordinating Committee)
  • CEO, Chief Executive Officer
  • CEP, Chile, Ecuador, and Peru; or Conference on Economic Progress
  • CIA, Central Intelligence Agency
  • CIAP,  Comité Inter-Americano de la Alianza para el Progreso (Inter-American Committee of the Alliance for Progress)
  • CIEP, Council on International Economic Policy
  • CIEPDM, Council on International Economic Policy Decision Memorandum
  • CINCLANT, Commander-in-Chief, Atlantic Command
  • CINCSOUTH, Commander-in-Chief, Southern Command
  • CODESUR,  Comsion para el Desarrollo del Sur de Venezuela (Commission for the Development of Southern Venezuela)
  • COLPET, Colombian Petroleum Company
  • COMANTDEFCOM, Commander, Antilles Defense Command
  • COMCARIBSEAFRON, Commander, Caribbean Sea Frontier
  • COMUSAFSO, Commander, U.S. Forces, Southern Command
  • CONS, Consul, Conselor Section
  • COPEI,  Comité organizado por elecciones independientes (Committee of Independent Electoral Political Organization), Venezuela
  • COPRIN,  Control de Precios y Ingresos (Wage and Price Control Board), Uruguay
  • D, Democrat; or Deputy Secretary of State
  • DAS,  Departamento Administrativo de Seguridad (Department of Administrative Security), Colombia; Deputy Assistant Secretary
  • DASD–IA, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, International Security Affairs
  • DATT, Defense Attaché
  • DCI, Director of Central Intelligence
  • DCM, Deputy Chief of Mission
  • DDCI, Deputy Director of Central Intelligence
  • DDP, Deputy Director of Plans, Central Intelligence Agency
  • DDP/WH, Deputy Director of Plans, Western Hemisphere Division, Central Intelligence Agency
  • DE, Destroyer Escort
  • DEFATT, Defense Attaché
  • DEMBA, Demerara Bauxite Company, Guyana
  • DepSecDef, Deputy Secretary of Defense
  • DIA, Defense Intelligence Agency
  • DOD, Department of Defense
  • E, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Department of State
  • E/A, Bureau of Economic Affairs, Administrative Office
  • ECON, Economic Section
  • EEC, European Economic Community
  • EUR, Office of European Affairs, Department of State
  • EX–IM, Export-Import Bank
  • EXSEC, Executive Secretary
  • FAR,  Fuerzas Armadas Rebeldes (Rebel Armed Forces), Guatemala
  • FAS, Foreign Agricultural Service
  • FBI, Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • FBIS, Foreign Broadcast Information Service
  • FMS, Foreign Military Sales
  • FSI, Foreign Service Institute
  • FY, Fiscal Year
  • FYI, For Your Information
  • G–2, U.S. Army or Marine Intelligence section at Division/Corps level
  • GATT, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade
  • GN,  Guardia Nacional (National Guard), Panamá
  • GOA, Government of Argentina
  • GOB, Government of Bolivia; Government of Brazil
  • GOC, Government of Colombia; Government of Cuba
  • GOCR, Government of Costa Rica
  • GODR, Government of the Dominican Republic
  • GOE, Government of Ecuador
  • GOES, Government of El Salvador
  • GOG, Government of Guatemala; Government of Guyana
  • GOH, Government of Haiti; Government of Honduras
  • GOJ, Government of Jamaica
  • GOM, Government of Mexico
  • GON, Government of Nicaragua
  • GOP, Government of Peru; Government of Panama
  • GOV, Government of Venezuela
  • H, Bureau of Legislative Affairs, Department of State
  • IA, Inter-American; or Institutional Act
  • IA5, Fifth Institutional Act, Brazil
  • IA–ECOSOC, Inter-American Economic and Social Council, Organization of American States
  • IAPC, Inter-American Peace Committee
  • IBRD, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank)
  • ICA, International Coffee Agreement
  • ICRC, International Committee of the Red Cross
  • IDB, Inter-American Development Bank
  • IDC, Information Dominance Center
  • IG, Inter-Agency Group
  • IL, Intelligence Liaison
  • IMF, International Monetary Fund
  • IMPC, International Minerals Processing Congress
  • INR, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State
  • INR/RAR, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Office of Research and Analysis for American Republics
  • IO, International Organizations, Department of State
  • IPC, International Petroleum Company (Peru)
  • IPMG, Interdepartmental Political Military Group
  • ISA, Office of International Security Affairs, Department of Defense
  • IT&T, International Telephone and Telegraph
  • JCS, Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • L, Legal Advisor, Department of State
  • LA, Latin America
  • LAFTA, Latin American Free Trade Agreement
  • LDC, less-developed country
  • LOS, Law of the Sea
  • L/SPA, Legal Advisor for Special Political Function, Department of State
  • LTA, Long-Term Arrangement Regarding International Trade in Cotton Textiles
  • M113, U.S. Army Armored Personnel Carriers
  • MAP, Military Assistance Program
  • MIMEX/SIMEX, Major Item Material Excess/Secondary Insurance Market Exchange
  • MINMINES, Minister of Mines
  • MILGRP, Military Group
  • MLN,  Movimiento de Liberación Nacional (National Liberation Movement), Guatemala
  • MOD, Minister of Defense
  • MPD,  Movimiento Popular Dominicano (Dominican Popular Movement)
  • NAC, National Advisory Council
  • NATO, North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  • NIC, National Intelligence Council
  • NIO, National Intelligence Officer, Central Intelligence Agency
  • NPS, National Party of Suriname
  • NSA, National Security Advisor; National Security Agency
  • NSC, National Security Council
  • NSC–IG/ARA, National Security Council Interdepartmental Group for Inter-American Affairs
  • NSC–U, National Security Council, Under Secretaries Committee
  • NSC U/DM, National Security Council, Under Secretaries Committee Decision Memorandum
  • NSDM, National Security Decision Memorandum
  • NSSM, National Security Study Memorandum
  • OAS, Organization of American States
  • OASD, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense
  • OCI, Office of Current Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency
  • OECD, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
  • OEP, Office of Emergency Preparedness
  • OJCS, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • OMB, Office of Management and Budget
  • OPIC, Overseas Private Investment Corporation
  • P, Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs
  • Para, Paragraph
  • PCT, Partido Conservador Tradicional, Nicaragua
  • PDC,  Partido Democratico Christiana (Christian Democrats), Chile and Uruguay
  • PGT,  Partido Guatemalteco de Trabajo (Guatemalan Worker’s Party)
  • PJG,  Pueblo Junto Gobierno (United People’s Government of Panama)
  • PL, Public Law
  • PLN, National Liberation Party, Costa Rica; Partido Liberal Nacional, Nicaragua
  • POL/ECON/COMM, Political Section, Economic Section, Commercial Section,
  • POL, Political
  • POLAD, Political Advisor
  • PNC, People’s National Congress, Guyana
  • PNP, Peoples’ National Party, Jamaica and Suriname
  • PNR,  Partido Nacional Republicano (National Republic Party), Paraguay and Venezuela
  • PPP, People’s Progressive Party, Guyana
  • PRD,  Partido Revolucionario Dominicano (Dominican Revolutionary Party)
  • PSC, Partido Social Christiano (Social Christian Party), Nicaragua
  • PX, Post Exchange
  • RAR, Office of Research and Analysis, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State
  • Reftel, Reference Telegram
  • ROCAP, Regional Office for Central America and Panama, Agency for International Development
  • S, Office of the Secretary
  • S/PC, Planning and Coordination Staff, Office of the Secretary
  • S/S, Executive Secretariat
  • SAFC, Senate Armed Forces Committee
  • SC, Security Council (United Nations)
  • SecDef, Secretary of Defense
  • SIC,  Servicio de Inteligencia de Colombia (Colombian Intelligence Service)
  • S/FW, Special Assistant to the Secretary for Fisheries and Wildlife
  • SPCC, Southern Peru Copper Company
  • SRG, Senior Review Group
  • STADIS, State Distribution Only
  • STR, Special Trade Representative
  • STRATCOM, Strategic Command
  • Subs, (in substance)
  • U, Undersecretary
  • UF, United Front (Guyana)
  • UNGA, United Nations General Assembly
  • UNSC, United Nations Security Council
  • UP,  Unidad Popular, Chile
  • USAID, see AID
  • USCINCSO, U.S. Commander in Chief, Southern Command
  • USDAO, U.S. Defense Attaché Officer
  • USG, United States Government
  • USIA, United States Information Agency
  • USIB, United States Intelligence Board
  • USIS, United States Information Service
  • USOAS, Permanent Mission of the United States of America to the Organization of American States
  • USSOUTHCOM, U.S. Southern Command
  • USUN, U.S. Mission at the United Nations
  • VIP, Very Important Person
  • VHP, United Hindu Party, Suriname
  • VOA, Voice of America
  • VP, Vice President
  • WH, White House; or Western Hemisphere Division, Central Intelligence Agency
  • WHCA, White House Communications Agency