September 15, 1975
U.S. EMBASSY LONDON TELEGRAM 14177 TO STATE DEPARTMENT, 'FRENCH-U.S. CONSULTATIONS ON NUCLEAR SUPPLIERS MEETING'
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get citationTelegram illuminates the U.S. –French dialogue over safeguards and other provisions in the nuclear suppliers’ guidance. Arguing that full-scope safeguards was “alien to [their] philosophy,” the French suggested that a “traditional interpretation of the contamination principle (i.e., requiring safeguards on any materials produced in exported facilities),” would make it possible to achieve “the practical equivalent” of the Canadian proposal."U.S. Embassy London telegram 14177 to State Department, 'French-U.S. Consultations on Nuclear Suppliers Meeting'," September 15, 1975, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Declassification release from National Archives Access to Archival Databases Online collections, State Department telegrams for 1974 and other years. Obtained and contributed by William Burr. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/119797