By Constantine A.
Drawing on reliable files and personal papers, this ebook bargains insights into Anglo-American reactions to France's improvement of an self reliant nuclear potential; France's bid for the political management of Europe; Britain's first program to affix the EEC; the debatable US multilateral strength (MLF) inspiration for NATO; Britain's quite a few propositions to France for the improvement of an self sustaining eu nuclear strength; the annoying Anglo-American diplomatic quarrel that was once the Skybolt difficulty; and the artistic international relations that produced the Nassau contract of December 1962.
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Extra resources for Anglo-American Strategic Relations and the French Problem, 1960-1963: A Troubled Partnership
Somehow extending the limited scope of NATO. Dulles insisted that the United States would only be receptive to having tripartite discussions if they were based on a revamped version of de Gaulle's letter. Couve de Murville agreed to take this suggestion to General de Gaulle. Dulles then flew to Britain on 19 October to discuss with his British colleague how matters stood. He met Selwyn Lloyd at Brize Norton Airfield, where they hoped to avoid a division in Europe, not only politically and militarily, but economically as well.
Alphand even made outlandish proposals, such as the creation of an 'international military staff to prepare contingency plans for every eventuality in every country'. Britain and the United States opposed any sort of institutionalisation of the three countries' consultations, whether it was labelled as a 'directorate' or not. Logistically, what the French proposed was impossible and out of the question. Throughout the meeting, Alphand made, and later withdrew, a number of threats if de Gaulle's proposals were not met.
For the time being, the US government could deny nuclear assistance to France on the grounds that Great Britain had made 'substantial progress', whereas the French had not yet exploded a nuclear device. 'What will be difficult to explain', Elbrick pointed out in a letter to John Foster Dulles, 'is why we will not provide France with the same nuclear information we intend to supply the British once the French explode a bomb, which may not be far off'. 42 To be sure, it appears that the White House had every intention of cooperating with France on nuclear matters.
Anglo-American Strategic Relations and the French Problem, 1960-1963: A Troubled Partnership by Constantine A.