The Near East


Contents

  1. For documentation on overall aspects of United States national security policy, see vol. i, pp. 249 ff.
  2. Previous broad conversations of this character, known as the “Pentagon Talks of 1947”, are documented in Foreign Relations, 1947, vol. v, pp. 485 ff.
  3. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1948, vol. v, Part 1, pp. 4 ff.
  4. For previous documentation on the attitude of the United States toward the question of Arab unity, see Foreign Relations, 1945, vol. viii, pp. 25 ff. For discussion on November 11 of the proposed political union by the Secretary of State and Ernest Bevin, the British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, see the memorandum of their conversation, p. 1482.
  5. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1948, vol. v, Part 1, pp. 85 86. Further information on combined strategic military plans for the Near East by the United States and the United Kingdom is included in Mr. McGhee’s memorandum of October 7, p. 165.
  6. For previous documentation on these topics, see Foreign Relations, 1948, vol. iv, pp. 1 ff.
  7. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1948, vol. v, Part 1, pp. 88 200.
  8. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1948, vol. v, Part 2, pp. 533 ff.
  9. For previous documentation on these subjects, see Foreign Relations, 1948, vol. v, Part 1, pp. 209 ff.
  10. For previous documentation on relations with Turkey, see Foreign Relations, 1948, vol. iv, pp. 1 ff.