Europe: The New Nuclear Look

Before leaving for his swing around Western Europe. U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk let it be known that he did not intend to bring up the problem of the separate nuclear force that the French insist on building. As it turned out, it became the major issue of Rusk's trip. In effect, the U.S. is developing a new nuclear policy for Europe. The U.S. wants to avoid proliferation of H-bombs, and has in fact tightened up on control of its own nuclear weapons abroad. But Washington has realized that the French can at best be delayed but not stopped...

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