April 21, 1967
RESEARCH MEMORANDUM RSB-46 FROM THOMAS L. HUGHES TO THE SECRETARY, 'SOVIET POLICY ON NONPROLIFERATION MOVES IN TWO DIRECTIONS'
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get citationNot altogether sure whether the Soviets were really committed to the NPT, the fact that the Soviets had been discussing security assurances with the Indians was seen as evidence that Moscow was interested in having a treaty. India was one of the countries that was especially resistant to the NPT and the Soviets were only one of a number of governments, e.g. Canada, which vainly tried to persuade Indira Gandhi to sign on."Research Memorandum RSB-46 from Thomas L. Hughes to the Secretary, 'Soviet Policy on Nonproliferation Moves in Two Directions'," April 21, 1967, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, RG 59, Entry UD-UP 137, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Reports Coordination and Review Staff, Research Memoranda, 1966-1967, box 172, RSB-46-RM https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/134073