May 24, 1972
Memorandum by Chief of Defense Staff, 'Political-military considerations with regards to the ministerial meeting of the NATO Defence Planning Committee' (DPC),
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The document discusses the weak state of European defence in light of the threat posed by Warsaw Pact that continues to increase its capabilities. It underlines the minimal participation and marginal role of Italy in the alliance, demanding a more meaningful financial and military contribution.
- Italy--Foreign relations
- Warsaw Treaty Organization--Armed Forces
- Warsaw Treaty Organization--Military policy
- Warsaw Treaty Organization
- North Atlantic Treaty Organization
- Security, International--Europe
- European defense
- Europe, Western--Foreign relations--United States
- Andreotti Archive - NATO Subseries
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