5 NATO Letter 1 (1957)

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NATO LETTER


NORTH   ATLANTIC
ilFORMATION DIVISION


TREATY   ORGANIZATION
PALAIS DE CHAILLOT, PARIS-16


Volume 5, No 1.


January 1st, 1957


CONTENTS


I. NORTH  ATLANTIC COUNCIL


   1. Ministerial Meeting
   2. M. Spaak



II. POLITICAL


1. Icelandic Defence
2. Mr. Lange on NATO
3. Greek-Yugoslav Statement

4. U.S. Statement on    the Baghdad    Pact
  (29-11-56)
5. New U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees


III. MILITARY


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Lt. Gen. Lambrechts

Military Committee

SHAPE

SACLANT


IV. ECONOMICS  AND  FINANCE

   1. Defence Expenditures of NATO Countries,
     1949-1956


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   2. Britain's Tanker Fleet
   3. New Turkish Dam
   4. Oil Supplies for Europe
   5. European Emergency Gap Measures
   6. Europe and the U.S.A. Move to Reduce
     Freight Rates
   7. French Nuclear Fuel Resources



V. CULTURAL,  SOCIAL  AND  INFORMATION

   1. NATO Mobile Exhibitions
   2. Atlantic Treaty Association



VI. EUROPEAN   AFFAIRS

   1. Council of Europe
   2. Western European Union



VII. VISITS TO THE PALAIS  DE CHAILLOT



VIII. DOCUMENTATION


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1. New Life for NATO, by John Eppstein
2. Publications and Selected Articles


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