File Volume 3 - Related Committee documents on the NPT

IRISH RESOLUTION ADOPTED ON 20th DECEMBER 1960 Non-dissemination of nuclear weapons SUMMARY OF SOVIET AIDE-MEMOIRE OF MAY 11, 1963, CONCERNING NON-TRANSFER OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS Draft Irish Resolution on Non-dissemination Canadian Disarmament Non-Dissemination Treaty - DRAFT TREATY - PREVENTION OF THE WIDER DISSEMINAT... CANADIAN AND UK DRAFT NON-DISSEMINATION TREATIES Comparative Table of Proposals in the Field of Non-Dissemination DRAFT TREATY ON NON-DISSEMINATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS STATEMENT BY MR. FOSTER BEFORE THE NATO COUNCIL ON NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY COMPARISON OF THE US AND USSR DRAFT TREATIES ON THE NON-DISSEMINATION OP NUCLEAR WEAPONS COMPARISON OF THE UNITED STATES AND SOVIET DRAFT TREATIES ON NON-DISSEMINATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS MEETING OF POLITICAL ADVISERS COMMITTEE 19TH OCTOBER 1965 APAG Meeting in Portugal - 22nd-25th March, 1966 EXPLANATION OF CHANGES IN U.S. DRAFT NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY Delegation reaction regarding non-proliferation as possible subject for discussion in the Council. Summary record of a meeting of the Council held at the Permanent Headquarters, Paris, 16e., on We... Restricted Annex to summary record of a meeting of the Council held on Wednesday, 21st September ... Addendum to Summary Record of Meeting of the Council held on 21st September, 1966, C-R(66)51 date... COUNCIL DISCUSSION ON NON-PROLIFERATION GERMAN MEMORANDUM ON THE PRESENT DISARMAMENT NEGOTIATIONS Further comments on US draft Article III of a non-proliferation treaty concerning "safeguard... U.S . Information Service Daily Radio Bulletin statements entitled "Stopping the Spread of N... Norwegian Foreign Minister's statement to the Storting March 7, 1967 re. negotiations presently t... Revised texts of the draft Non-Proliferation Treaty and of the Summary of Interpretations STATEMENT OF GENERAL BURNS ON NPT - APRIL 12, 1967 The New Soviet Delegation Proposal on Safeguards STATEMENT BY THE GERMAN PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE AT THE COUNCIL MEETING ON 20 September 1967 United States Aide-Mémoire on the Status of the negotiations with the Soviet Union on Article III... Netherlands comments on the aide-memoires circulated by the UNITED STATES Permanent Representativ... United States nuclear fuel supplies to Euratom for power and research reactors Sentence to be added to first of three interpretative principles dealing with the nature of a EUR... Statement by the U.K. Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Council on 28 February 1968 ... Draft of US Assurances Declaration ESTABLISHMENT OF A DISARMAMENT AND ARMS CONTROL SECTION IN THE POLITICAL DIVISION OF THE SECRETARIAT STAFFING OF PROPOSED DISARMAMENT AND ARMS CONTROL SECTION OF THE POLITICAL DIVISION OF THE INTERN... Message from President Johnson to the ENDC, July 16, 1968

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Volume 3

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Related Committee documents on the NPT

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  • 1963-1968 (Creation)

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36 Items

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(1963-1969)

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The NPT was hailed as a landmark treaty, offering a solution to a complicated set of problems facing the world at the time. Prior to the NPT, more than 20 countries were actively seeking nuclear weapons. The NPT created a legal framework defining nuclear weapon possessor and non-possessor states, and providing the context for their cooperation on all three pillars.

The Treaty is founded on three pillars: non-proliferation; disarmament; and peaceful use of nuclear weapons. Many of the records focus on US-USSR negotiations on Articles I and II of the Treaty regarding stopping the spread of nuclear weapons, and talks about Article III, on safeguards.

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Volume 3 of the collection is a curated collection of documents that were not included in the Political Affairs subject file in Volume 2. They include meeting minutes of the Political committee (AC/119). These documents were publicly disclosed as part of NATO’s yearly systematic declassification and public disclosure programme.

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The documents are arranged chronologically. Most documents are only available in one language, but some, like NAC documents, are available in both English and French.

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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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  • English
  • French

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  • Latin

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A project to release new information on the NPT was launched by the UK, USA and Russia in 2020. The NATO Archives has published this special collection in support of this effort.

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