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Ad Hoc Committees - Disbanded

Since it's first meeting, the North Atlantic Council has created a committee structure in order to support its work and goals as an organization. Usually, a committee will have a Terms of Reference that guides their work, and will in turn be able to create subcommittees and working groups. Most committees follow a pattern of reference, starting with AC/1 (Ad Hoc Committee 1), and continuing like this into the hundreds. Most comm...

NATO International Information Conference

The AC/1 series consists of the Conference agenda, statements and speeches given on that occasion, resolutions which were discussed and a press release.The records deal with the role of the NATO Information Service and of the various national Information Services, the information technologies and resources used to raise awareness of NATO, the nature and scope of Soviet propaganda, counter-propaganda and elements impacting on the mora...

NATO International Information Conference

Atlantic Community Committee

AC/10 series documents address the topics discussed by the Committee on the North Atlantic Community, i.e. foreign policy co-ordination and discussions, closer economic, financial and social ties and co-operation on culture and information. The movement of labour is also addressed, a topic discussed during the 1952-57 period by the Working Group on Labour Mobility (AC/36).In addition, the series contains many reports presented by the...

Atlantic Community Committee

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