July 15, 1965
RESEARCH MEMORANDUM REU-25 FROM THOMAS L. HUGHES TO THE SECRETARY, 'ATTITUDES OF SELECTED COUNTRIES ON ACCESSION TO A SOVIET CO-SPONSORED DRAFT AGREEMENT ON THE NON-PROLIFERATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS'
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get citationWith a nuclear nonproliferation treaty under consideration in Washington, INR considered which countries were likely to sign on and why or why not. INR analysts, mistakenly as it turned out, believed it unlikely that the Soviet Union would be a co-sponsor of a treaty in part because of the “international climate” and also because Moscow and Washington differed on whether a treaty would recognize a “group capability.”"Research Memorandum REU-25 from Thomas L. Hughes to the Secretary, 'Attitudes of Selected Countries on Accession to a Soviet Co-sponsored Draft Agreement on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons'," July 15, 1965, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, RG 59, Entry UD-UP 140, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Reports Coordination and Review Staff, , Intelligence Reports, 1964-1965, box 1, Chron/July 1965 Research Memos https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/134060