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December 01, 1980

RECOMMENDATION FOR THE REAGAN ADMINISTRATION NONPROLIFERATION POLICY

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    Following Reagan’s election in November 1980, his transition team in charge of nuclear matters called for a clean, dramatic break from the policies of the outgoing Carter administration. As for relations with the IAEA, a vital component of the policy, the ACDA paper argued that Washington should employ the agency as an agent to achieve its nonproliferation goals. The IAEA and the NPT were to be “further strengthened and given greater U.S. support.” To reinforce U.S. influence over the agency, it was recommended that “support to the IAEA in the form of financial contribution, manpower and technical advice should be increased significantly.
    "Recommendation for the Reagan Administration Nonproliferation Policy ," December 01, 1980, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Rostow/ACDA, CPD papers, Box 175, Hoover Institution. Obtained for the NPIHP by Giordana Pulcini and Or Rabinowitz https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/270537
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