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  • At the time, it was felt that troops might be required there under the aegis of the United Nations.
  • So they might; but the bill also categorically established the possibility, and more than the possibility, of permanently profitable relations under the aegis of the United States. Cited from The Head Hunters of Northern Luzon, by Cornelis De Witt Willcox
  • Leonard bides his time and over the course of the years leading to a revised United Earth Government under the aegis of the United Earth Forces.
  • In 1994, another action plan was drafted in Cairo, Egypt, under the aegis of the United Nations.
  • In the early stages of the war, President Harry Truman sometimes described the conflict under the aegis of the United Nations as a "police action" rather than use the term war.
  • Principal allies of South Korea included the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, although many other nations sent troops under the aegis of the United Nations.
  • It is an intergovernmental treaty, concluded under the aegis of the United Nations Environment Programme, concerned with the conservation of wildlife and habitats on a global scale.
  • The Western nuclear powers and the Soviet Union traded positions on this issue over the course of negotiations in the 1950s through offers and counteroffers proposed under the aegis of the United Nations Disarmament Commission.
  • In the early days of the Korean War, President Harry S. Truman referred to the United States response to the North Korean invasion as a "police action" under the aegis of the United Nations.
  • Upon the entry of the United States into World War I in the spring of 1917, the Coast Guard cutter came under the aegis of the United States Navy as the United States Treasury Department relinquished control of its ships so that they might take part in the conflict.
  • North Korea was supported by the People's Volunteer Army (PVA) of the People's Republic of China and South Korea by the allies under the aegis of the United Nations which included the United States.
  • Fishing in the international waters of the Pacific Ocean was not regulated until 1952, when the International Convention for the High-Seas Fisheries of the North Pacific came into force under the aegis of the United Nations.
  • The 1999-2003 Commission on Self-Governance even proposed that Greenland should aim at Thule Air Base's removal from American authority and operation under the aegis of the United Nations.
  • The Ghanaian soldiers seconded to these peacekeeping operations maintain a tough, impartial reputation, and are respected, if not feared, by the opposing forces who they impose themselves between, either under the aegis of the United Nations or the African Union.
  • Either party (the alien or the government prosecutor) may appeal (by legal brief, not in person) an immigration judge's decision to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), based in Falls Church, Virginia, which operates under the aegis of the United States Department of Justice.
  • Former Director of Chamber of Commerce and Industry, he defended the French model of Chambers of Commerce including during missions under the aegis of the United Nations (UN) with the Cambodian (1995) and Mexican (1998) authorities.
  • Since independence, the regiment has been involved in a number of conflicts against Pakistan, as well as contributing to the Custodian Force (India) in Korea under the aegis of the United Nations in 1953-54 and to the UN Mission to the Congo in 1962.
  • In August 2007, the Folgore takes part in Operation Leonte 2 in Lebanese, under aegis of the United Nations (Resolution 1701), as a result of the war between Israel and Hezbollah of summer 2006.