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  • February 10, 1957

    Letter by Max Kohnstamm to Jean Monnet on the Committee of the Three Wise Men

    This letter to Jean Monnet details the success of recent meetings between President Eisenhower, the Atomic Energy Commission, and other parties.

  • March 13, 1957

    Message from EURATOM delivered by Alfred Iddles, President of the Atomic Industrial Forum, at the 1957 Nuclear Congress Banquet

    This address at the 1957 Nuclear Congress Banquet describes the success of the latest efforts in Europe to reach a comprehensive agreement on atomic energy with the United States.

  • January, 1958

    Memorandum by Robert Schaetzel to Max Kohnstamm, 'Points to be Presented to Euratom Commission'

    This memo to Max Kohnstamm includes several points pertaining to the United States' anticipated comprehensive agreement with Euratom to be presented to the Commission.

  • May, 1958

    Draft Memorandum of Understanding between the European Atomic Energy Commission and the Government of the United States of America

    This first joint draft memorandum outlining a program of cooperation between the United States and the European Atomic Energy Commission in the construction and installation of large scale prototype power-reactors.

  • June, 1959

    Notes by Mr. Mercereau During a Visit to the United States

    The notes discuss meetings which took place with the American media, politicians, industrialists, and trade unions and reactions to the possibility of a grand agreement between Euratom and the United States.

  • March 08, 1960

    Note by Legal Services Commission on Bilateral Relations with the United States

    This note details different stages of internation cooperation in the field of nuclear energy. After the Second World War, the field of nuclear energy was characterized by American hegemony and the desire to preserve their lead for security reasons and national defense. However, in 1951 this began to change and some exportation of equipment, raw materials, and classified information was allowed between the United States and foreign countries.

  • September 13, 1967

    European Commission to the Council of Ministers on the Russian Draft of Article III of the Non-Proliferation Treaty

    This memo to the Council of Ministers from the Euratom Commission examines the Russian draft of Article III of the NPT. It draws attention to the gradual convergence of Russian and American positions on the control clauses of the Treaty.

  • October 09, 1967

    Note on the American Aide-Memoire on Article III of the Non-Proliferatoin Treaty

    This note describes an American memo detailing the Soviet project to create an Article III in the Nonproliferation Treaty Note.