The Near and Middle East 1

1. For previous documentation on United States policy regarding this region, see Foreign Relations, 1950, vol. v, pp. 1 ff. Policy respecting Greece and Turkey in 1951 is largely treated in context of the NATO Pact in vol. iii, pt. 1, pp. 460 ff.


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  1. For previous documentation on this subject, see Foreign Relations, 1950, vol. v, pp. 9 ff.
  2. For previous documentation on these subjects, see Foreign Relations, 1950, vol. v, pp. 284 ff.
  3. Documentation on problems involving the admission of Greece and Turkey into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is presented in vol. iii, pt. 1, pp. 460 ff. For documentation on a dispute between Greece and Belgium concerning attachment of U.S. Marshall Plan funds for Greece by a Belgian private firm, Socobel (Société Commerciale Beige), see volume iv .
  4. For documentation on this subject, see Foreign Relations, 1950, vol. v, pp. 335 ff.
  5. Documentation concerning Iran for the year 1951 is scheduled for publication in Foreign Relations, 1952–1954, volume x.
  6. For previous documentation, see Foreign Relations, 1950, vol. v, pp. 636 ff.
  7. For previous documentation, see Foreign Relations, 1950, vol. v, pp. 658 ff.
  8. For previous documentation on this subject, see Foreign Relations, 1950, vol. v, pp. 1112 ff.
  9. For previous documentation on some of these subjects, see Foreign Relations, 1950, vol. v, pp. 1201 ff. For documentation on Syrian involvement in U.S. security interests in the Near East and on U.S. participation in the development of petroleum resources of the Near East, see pp. 1 ff. and pp. 268 ff.
  10. For previous documentation on this subject, see Foreign Relations, 1950, vol. v, pp. 1224 ff.
  11. For previous documentation on this topic, see Foreign Relations, 1950, vol. v, pp. 1355 ff.