Series AC/108 - Working Group on Article 2 Survey

PROPOSED EXPANSION OF CERTAIN POINTS IN THE ARTICLE 2 SURVEY DEVELOPPEMENT PROPOSE DE CERTAINS POINTS DE L'ETUDE DES ACTIVITES RELATIVES A L'ARTICLE 2 REVISION OF ARTICLE 2 SURVEY REVISION DE L'ETUDE DES ACTIVITES RELATIVES A L'ARTICLE 2 PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE SURVEY PROJET D'AMENDEMENTS ADDENDUM 1 - PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE SURVEY ADDITIF 1 - PROJET D'AMENDEMENTS PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE REDRAFT OF THE INTRODUCTION TO THE SURVEY PROJET D'AMENDEMENTS A LA NOUVELLE VERSION DE L'INTRODUCTION A L'ETUDE MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP REUNION DU GROUPE DE TRAVAIL DATE OF NEXT MEETING DATE DE LA PROCHAINE REUNION REQUEST FOR GOVERNMENTS' VIEWS ON AMENDMENT OF C-M(56)45 DEMANDE AUX DELEGATIONS DE BIEN VOULOIR ENVOYER LES VUES DE LEUR GOUVERNEMENT SUR UN AMENDEMENT A... DATE OF NEXT MEETING DATE DE LA PROCHAINE REUNION DATE OF NEXT MEETING DATE DE LA PROCHAINE REUNION
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AC/108

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Working Group on Article 2 Survey

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  • 1956 (Creation)

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(1956)

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The AC/108 chronological series contains the documents of the Working Group on Article 2 Survey. This working group was established by a Council decision (see C-R(56)24) to verify and review the survey of Article 2 of the North Atlantic Treaty (see C-M(56)45). It met regularly between May and October 1956, after which time the Working Group continued to consider possible amendments to the new version of Article 2 that was presented in August 1956, with a view to publishing them before the end of 1956. Once its task was completed in December 1956, the Working Group’s work came to an end.

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The documents of the AC/108 chronological series contain notes and memoranda that review, correct and amend document C-M(56)45. These amendments concern political and economic co-operation between the countries, the public’s knowledge of NATO, and NATO’s cultural activities.

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The documents are arranged by type - Document (D), Note (N) and Record/Summary Record (R).

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NATO publicly disclosed information is available for research and education purposes. Any commercial use requires the written permission of NATO. Please credit the NATO Archives should any documents be used for publication. Guidelines for the proper citation of NATO publicly disclosed information can be found on the NATO Archives website (http://www.nato.int/archives).

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The records were circulated in NATO’s two official languages, English and French.

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