Europe, Cold War and Coexistence, 1953-1965

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Abbreviations

ANF

Atlantic Nuclear Forces

BZ

Berliner-Zeitung

CBI

Confederation of British Industry

CDU

Christian Democratic Union

CND

Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

CFSP

Common Foreign and Security Policy

CPSU

Communist Party of the Soviet Union

CSU

Christian Social Union

DDF

Documents Diplomatiques Français

ECSC

European Coal and Steel Community

EEC

European Economic Community

EDC

European Defence Community

EDI

European Defence Identity

EDP

European Defence Policy

EFTA

European Free Trade Association

ENDC

Eighteen-Nation Disarmament Committee

EPU

European Political Union

EURATOM

European Atomic Energy Community

ERP

European Recovery Programme

ESDI

European Security and Defence Identity

FAZ

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

FBI

Federation of Britishlndustry

FCMA

Friendship, cooperation and mutual assistance

FDP

Free Democratic Party

FLN

National Liberation Front

FRUS

Foreign Relations of the United States

FRG

Federal Republic of Germany

FTA

Free Trade Area

GDR

German Democratic Republic

GPRA

Algerian provisional government

ID

International Department

IRBMs

Intermediate Range Ballistic Missiles

KfA

Kammer für Aussenhandel

MAE

Ministère des Affaires étrangères

MLF

Multilateral Nuclear Force

MP

Member of Parliament

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