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September, 1977

DRAFT LETTER TO B. CARDLEDGE ON CONVERSATION WITH US DEPUTY UNDERSECRETARY OF STATE JOSEPH NYE ON SOUTH AFRICAN NUCLEAR INTENTIONS

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    Nye stated that at present the United States preferred to "concentrate on pressing South Africa to adhere to the NPT rather than continuing to enquire about the nature of the Kalahari facility." The State Department assessment was that while South Africa was capable of building a bomb at short notice, they did not actually plan to test one at this time.
    "Draft Letter to B. Cardledge on Conversation with US Deputy Undersecretary of State Joseph Nye on South African Nuclear Intentions," September, 1977, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, UK National Archives, FCO45-2131. Obtained and contributed by Anna-Mart van Wyk. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/116626
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