1. [Cover]
  2. [Title page] Foreign relations of the United States diplomatic papers, 1945: volume II. General: political and economic matters
  3. Preface
  4. Contents
  5. Acquisition of materials for use in the development of the atomic bomb; efforts to establish a system of international control of atomic energy
  6. First session of the Council of Foreign Ministers, London, September 11-October 2, 1945
  7. Moscow conference of foreign ministers, December 16-26, 1945
  8. Anglo-American cooperation on policies and problems concerning the Proclaimed and Statutory Lists in the Eastern Hemisphere
  9. Concern of the United States over enemy attempts to secrete funds or other assets in neutral countries; implementation of the Safehaven program
  10. Interest of the United States in measures for the protection and salvage of artistic and historic monuments in war areas
  11. Participation by the United States in the work of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)
  12. Anglo-American negotiations relating to the provision of civilian supplies for liberated areas; the Rosenman mission
  13. First session of conference of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, held at Quebec, October 16-November 1, 1945
  14. Protocol signed August 31, 1945, at London, extending the duration of the International sugar agreement of 1937
  15. Interest of the United States in the relief and rescue of Jews and security detainees in Germany and German-occupied territory
  16. Concern of the United States over problems involving displaced and stateless persons and refugees
  17. Interest of the United States in the transfer of German populations from Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Rumania, and Austria
  18. Interest of the United States in the convening of an international conference on trade and employment
  19. Concern of the United States over implementation of the 1944 agreement on principles having reference to the continuance of coordinated control of merchant shipping
  20. Participation by the United States in a plan for the international control of postwar mine clearance in European waters
  21. Discussions relating to the establishment of an international regime for the administration of European inland waterways
  22. European Inland Transport Conference, October 10, 1944-September 27, 1945; formation of the European Inland Transport Organization
  23. Interest of the United States in the establishment of the emergency Economic Committee for Europe and the European Coal Organization
  24. Interest of the United States in international civil aviation matters
  25. Formulation of United States policy on the resources of the Continental Shelf and on coastal fisheries
  26. International whaling conference, London, November 1945, and protocol signed November 26
  27. Interest of the United States to secure cooperation among interested governments on measures to limit and control production and to suppress illicit traffic in opium
  28. Participation of the United States in the Rubber Study Group
  29. Participation of the United States in the work of the International Wheat Council
  30. Participation of the United States in the fourth meeting of the International Cotton Advisory Committee, April 2-14, 1945
  31. Participation of the United States in international scientific meetings
  32. Index
  33. [Cover]