c.  Preparing the budget of the International Disarmament

Organization;

d.  Making reports to the Control Council on the progress of dis-

­armament measures and of their verification, and on the installation

and operation of the verification arrangements.

 

8.   Privileges and Immunities

 

The privileges and immunities which the Parties to the Treaty

would grant to the International Disarmament Organization and

its staff and to the representatives of the Parties to the International

Disarmament Organization, and the legal capacity which the Inter-

­national Disarmament Organization should enjoy in the territory

of each of the Parties to the Treaty would be specified in an annex

to the Treaty.

 

9.   Relations with the United Nations and Other International Organizations

 

a. The International Disarmament Organization, being established

within the framework of the United Nations, would conduct its

activities in accordance with the purposes and principles of the

United Nations. It would maintain close working arrangements

with the United Nations, and the Administrator of the International

Disarmament Organization would consult with the Secretary General

of the United Nations on matters of mutual interest.

b.  The Control Council of the International Disarmament Organ-

­ization would transmit to the United Nations annual and other

reports on the activities of the International Disarmament Organ-

­ization.

c.  Principal organs of the United Nations could make recommenda-

­tions to the International Disarmament Organization, which would

consider them and report to the United Nations on action taken.

 

NOTE: The above outline does not cover all the possible details

or aspects of relationships between the International Disarmament

Organization and the United Nations.

 

H.       MEASURES TO STRENGTHEN ARRANGEMENTS

FOR KEEPING THE PEACE

 

1.   Obligations Concerning the Threat or Use of Force.

 

The Parties to the Treaty would undertake obligations to refrain,

in their international relations, from the threat or use of force of

any type—including nuclear, conventional, chemical or biological

means of warfare—contrary to the purposes and principles of the

United Nations Charter.   

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2.  Rules of International Conduct



a.  The Parties to the Treaty would agree to support a study by a

subsidiary body of the International Disarmament Organization of

the codification and progressive development of rules of international

conduct related to disarmament.

b.  The Parties to the Treaty would refrain from indirect aggression

and subversion.  The subsidiary body provided for in subparagraph a

would also study methods of assuring states against indirect aggres­-

sion or subversion.

 

3.   Peaceful Settlement of Disputes

 

a.  The Parties to the Treaty would utilize all appropriate processes

for the peaceful settlement of all disputes which might arise between

them and any other state, whether or not a Party to the Treaty,

including negotiation, inquiry, mediation, conciliation, arbitration,

judicial settlement, resort to regional agencies or arrangements,

submission to the Security Council or the General Assembly of the

United Nations, or other peaceful means of their choice.

b.  The Parties to the Treaty would agree that disputes concerning

the interpretation or application of the Treaty which were not settled

by negotiation or by the International Disarmament Organization

would be subject to referral by any party to the dispute to the Inter­-

national Court of Justice, unless the parties concerned agreed on

another mode of settlement.

c.  The Parties to the Treaty would agree to support a. study under

the General Assembly of the United Nations of measures which

should be undertaken to make existing arrangements for the peaceful

settlement of international disputes, whether legal or political in

nature, more effective; and to institute new procedures and arrange-

­ments where needed.

 

4.   Maintenance of International Peace and Security

 

The Parties to the Treaty would agree to support measures strength­-

ening the structure, authority, and operation of the United Nations

so as to improve its capability to maintain international peace and

security.

 

5. United Nations Peace Force

 

The Parties to the Treaty would undertake to develop arrange­-

ments during Stage I for the establishment in Stage II of a United

Nations Peace Force.  To this end, the Parties to the Treaty would

agree on the following measures within the United Nations;

a.  Examination of the experience of the United Nations leading to

a further strengthening of United Nations forces for keeping the peace;                   20