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Department of State Publication 8372
Released April 1968
BUREAU OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS
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THE ONITED STATES OF AMERICA
American Foreign Policy: Current Documents is an annual, one-volume collection of official papers which indicate the scope, goals, and implementation of the foreign policy of the United States. It also includes some documents, on matters of major concern to this country, which were issued by other governments or by regional international organizations of which the United States is not a member.
The present volume continues the series which began with two earlier publications-A Decade of American Foreign Policy: Basic Documents, 19411949 (Senate Document 123, 81st Congress, 1st Session) and American Foreign Policy, 1950–1955: Basic Documents (Department of State publication 6446). The first of the annual volumes, American Foreign Policy: Current Documents, 1956, was issued as Department of State publication 6811. The succeeding volumes were issued as publications 7101 (for the year 1957), 7322 (for 1958), 7492 (for 1959), 7624 (for 1960), 7808 (for 1961), 8007 (for 1962), 8111 (for 1963), and 8253 (for 1964).
The volume for 1965 was prepared under the general supervision of Peter V. Curl, Chief, Area Studies Branch, Historical Studies Division. It was compiled by John P. Glennon, directing the project, and by Evans Gerakas, Mary P. Chapman, Cora H. Feld, Allen H. Kitchens, and Mary Jane McConnell. Emita L. Nelson, Thomas P. Connole, and Vernon W. Thomson provided research assistance. Editing was done in the Publishing and Reproduction Services Division under the immediate direction of Dorothy M. Hine, Chief of the Legal Editing Section, with the assistance of Mary V. Bullick, Anne K. Pond, and other members of the staff.
WILLIAM M. FRANKLIN Director, Historical Office Bureau of Public Affairs
International Telecommunication Union
World Meteorological Organization
A. The Atlantic Community-NATO and the OECD-Efforts To
Develop Multilateral Nuclear Strategy and Economic Coopera-
B. European Regional Organizations-Problems of Integration
C. The Problems of Germany and Berlin.
D. Developments Relating to the Situation in Cyprus