Savord, Ruth
April 1959
Foreign Affairs;Apr1959, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p520
The article presents a list of various documents related to international relations. "Report of the Conference of Experts for the Study of Possible Measures" might be helpful in preventing surprise attack and for the preparation of a report thereon to governments. "Report of the Conference of Experts" helps to study the methods of detecting violations of a possible agreement on the suspension of nuclear tests in Geneva from July 1 to August 21, 1958. Other documents are — "Sixth General Report on the Activities of the Community in Luxembourg"; "European Coal and Steel Community"; "Budget of the Community for the Seventh Financial Year"; "Supplement to the Sixth General Report on the Activities of the Community" and "European Coal and Steel Community."


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