Actions: Senate Consideration of Treaty Document 105-36All Information (Except Treaty Text)

 
Date Senate Actions
04/30/1998Resolution of advice and consent to ratification agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay vote. 80-19. Record Vote No: 117 EX.
04/30/1998The committee substitute as amended agreed to by Voice Vote.
04/30/1998Amendment SP 2328 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 16-83. Record Vote No: 116.
04/30/1998Proposed amendment SP 2325 withdrawn in Senate.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2325 Proposed by Senator Inhofe. To require the President to submit the Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change to the Senate for its consideration under the Treaty Power of the Constitution.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2328 Proposed by Senator Smith, of NH. To condition United States ratification of the protocols on specific legislative action for the continued deployment of United States Armed Forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina as part of the NATO mission.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2327 Amendment SP 2327 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2327 Proposed by Senator Nickles. To require that the President report on the Strategic Concept of NATO.
04/30/1998Proposed amendment SP 2326 withdrawn in Senate.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2326 Proposed by Senator Harkin. To urge examination of the compatibility of certain programs involving nuclear weapons cooperation with the obligations of the United States and other NATO members under the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.
04/30/1998Amendment SP 2324 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 23-76. Record Vote No: 115.
04/30/1998Motion to table SP 2318 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 82-18. Record Vote No: 114.
04/30/1998Amendment SP 2320 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 16-84. Record Vote No: 113.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2065 Amendment SP 2065 as modified agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2324 Proposed by Senator Bingaman. To require a certification of United States policy not to support further enlargement of NATO (other than Poland, Hungary, or the Czech Republic) until revision of the Strategic Concept of NATO is completed.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2066 Amendment as modified agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2066 Proposed by Senator Stevens. To express the sense of the Senate regarding the United States share of NATO's common-funded budgets, and to require an annual limitation on the amount of United States expenditures for payments to the common-funded budgets of NATO.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2065 Proposed by Senator Stevens. To require a prior specific authorization of funds before any United States funds may be used to pay NATO enlargement costs.
04/30/1998Amendment SP 2322 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 41-59. Record Vote No: 112.
04/30/1998Amendment SP 2321 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 17-83. Record Vote No: 111.
04/30/1998Amendment SP 2316 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 20-80. Record Vote No: 110.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2322 Proposed by Senator Warner. To express a condition regarding the further enlargement of NATO.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2321 Proposed by Senator Moynihan. To express a condition regarding the relationship between NATO membership and European Union membership.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2316 Considered by Senate.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2320 Considered by Senate.
04/30/1998S.Amdt.2318 Considered by Senate.
04/30/1998Considered by Senate.
04/29/1998S.Amdt.2320 Proposed by Senator Conrad. To encourage progress on reducing the threat posed by Russia's non-strategic nuclear arsenal.
04/29/1998S.Amdt.2319 Amendment SP 2319 agreed to in Senate by Voice Vote.
04/29/1998S.Amdt.2319 Proposed by Senator Smith, of OR for Senator Helms. To endorse the Partnership for Peace program and its objectives, to require a report setting forth the strategic rationale for NATO, to include provisions regarding payments owed by European countries to victims of the Nazis, to require reports on the future enlargement of NATO, and to require reports on the progress of Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic in satisfying the security requirements for membership in NATO.
04/29/1998Amendment SP 2317 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 37-62. Record Vote No: 109.
04/29/1998S.Amdt.2318 Proposed by Senator Ashcroft. To require a Presidential certification that NATO is and will remain a defensive military alliance, and for other purposes.
04/29/1998S.Amdt.2317 Proposed by Senator Hutchison. To establish a formal process within the North Atlantic Treaty Organization for the resolution of disputes among members and between members and non-members.
04/29/1998S.Amdt.2316 Proposed by Senator Craig. To condition United States ratification of the protocols on specific statutory authorization for the continued deployment of United States Armed Forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina as part of the NATO mission.
04/29/1998S.Amdt.2314 Amendment SP 2314 agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 97-0. Record Vote No: 108.
04/29/1998Considered by Senate.
04/28/1998S.Amdt.2310 Amendment SP 2310 as modified agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 90-9. Record Vote No: 107.
04/28/1998S.Amdt.2314 Proposed by Senator Smith, of NH. To express a condition requiring full cooperation from Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic with United States efforts to obtain the fullest possible accounting or captured and missing United States personnel from past military conflicts of Cold War incidents.
04/28/1998Amendment SP 2312 not agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 24-76. Record Vote No: 106.
04/28/1998S.Amdt.2310 Considered by Senate.
04/28/1998S.Amdt.2312 Proposed by Senator Harkin. To limit any United States subsidy of the national expenses of Poland, Hungary, or the Czech Republic in meeting its NATO commitments.
04/28/1998Considered by Senate.
04/27/1998S.Amdt.2310 Proposed by Senator Kyl. To establish principles of policy of the United States toward the strategic concept of NATO.
04/27/1998Considered by Senate.
03/19/1998Considered by Senate.
03/18/1998Treaty moved through its parliamentary stages up to and including presentation of the resolution of advice and consent to ratification.
03/18/1998Considered by Senate.
03/18/1998Motion to proceed to consideration of treaty agreed to in Senate by Yea-Nay Vote. 55-45. Record Vote No: 36.
03/17/1998Considered by Senate.
03/06/1998Reported by Mr. Helms, Committee on Foreign Relations, with printed report - Ex.Rept. 105-14. With a resolution of advice and consent to ratification subject to seven declarations and four conditions.
03/03/1998Committee on Foreign Relations. Ordered to be reported without amendment favorably.
02/27/1998S.Amdt.1678 Referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations.
02/11/1998Received in the Senate and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations by unanimous consent.