UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON: 1947 The report of the Commission on World Governance of 1995 recommends an extension of the Trusteeship Council. [Citation required] Their theory is that an international regulator is needed to protect environmental integrity and global commons on two-thirds of the world`s surface outside of national jurisdictions. [4] ANTICIPATED ACTION DESIRED The trusteeship agreement sufficiently provides for the political, economic, social and educational development of the inhabitants of the territory. At the same time, the agreement fully protects the security interests of the United States [s.4/5] and provides that the islands shall be managed in such a way as to ensure that the territory of the Republic contributes to the maintenance of international peace and security. The PRESIDENT. Mr. Foreign Secretary, you quoted Mr. Austin as saying that the American people always insist that these Pacific islands never again be used as a base of aggression against us or anyone else. I think it is the issue of oversight that is of interest to Congress and the country, and I would like to have your categorical opinion, not only as Minister of Foreign Affairs, but also as Minister of Foreign Affairs, but as a person who had serious and high responsibilities in matters of national defense. .

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