June 20, 1971
Memorandum of analysis by Roberto Ducci, 'The international situation after the Lisbon Council and some provisions that should be undertaken'
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Roberto Ducci analyzes recent developments in US and Soviet foreign policies vis-à-vis Europe. He discusses the risk of US abandonment in Europe, and fragmentation of Western Europe in light of the ongoing MBFR negotiations, stating that USSR foreign policy is proving to be more capable than expected.
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- Soviet Union--Military policy
- United States--Military policy
- Europe, Eastern--Foreign relations--Romania
- United States--Foreign policy
- Italy--Foreign relations--United States
- Soviet Union--Military relations
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