April 08, 1967
INTELLIGENCE NOTE 273 FROM THOMAS L. HUGHES TO THE ACTING SECRETARY, 'HAS WEST GERMANY DECIDED TO TRY TO SCUTTLE THE NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY?'
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get citationBy the late winter/early spring of 1967, controversy over the NPT was hurting U.S.-West German relations, placing them at perhaps their lowest point during the Cold War. While an earlier report suggested that West Germany would ultimately sign the Treaty, despite objections, only weeks late INR this report was issued wondering whether Bonn was trying to wreck the NPT."Intelligence Note 273 from Thomas L. Hughes to the Acting Secretary, 'Has West Germany Decided to Try to Scuttle the Non-Proliferation Treaty?'," April 08, 1967, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, RG 59, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Reports Coordination and Review Staff, Research Memoranda, 1966-1967, box 175, REU-13-RM https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/134070