page 405 note 3 Trusteeship Agreement for the Former Japanese Mandated Islands, approved by the UN Security Council Apr. 2, 1947, and by the United States July 18, 1947, 61 Stat. 3301, TIAS No. 1665, 8 UNTS 189.
page 407 note 4 See UN Doc. S/18424 (1986).
page 408 note 5 51 Fed. Reg. 40,399-400 (1986).
page 408 note 6 UN Trusteeship Council Resolution No. 2183 (LIU) of May 28, 1986, which stated, inter alia, that the United States had satisfactorily discharged its obligations under the Trusteeship Agreement and that it was appropriate for that Agreement to be terminated upon the entry into force of the Compacts of Free Association and the Covenant with the Northern Mariana Islands, also applied to Palau.
page 408 note 7 100 Stat. 3672(1986).
page 409 note 1 Beginning on July 13,1971, the United States ceased issuing exequaturs bearing the signature of the President or certificates of recognition signed by the Secretary of State. From July 13, 1971 through November 30, 1986, consular recognition was accomplished by exequatur in the form of a diplomatic note. See Secretary of State to Chiefs of Mission in Washington, circular note, July 13, 1971, Dept. of State File POL 17-1, Foreign Circular. For United States practice prior to July 13,1971, see 7 M. Whiteman, Digest of International Law 539-40 (1970).
page 410 note 2 For the Secretary's circular note of Feb. 27, 1985, regarding establishment of consular posts, recognition of consular officers and continuation of existing consular posts, particularly those headed by honorary consular officers, see 79 AJIL 1051-53 (1985).
page 410 note 3 Dept. of State File No. P87 0003-2297.
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