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Kaysen discusses his role as Deputy Special Assistant, strategic retaliatory forces and retaliatory missile defense, the Congo, Civil Defense, balance of payments, and the Basic National Security Policy [BNSP], among other issues.
Kaysen primarily focuses on the Limited Test Ban Treaty and the Nuclear Test Ban Conference negotiations in Moscow in 1963, among other issues.
This folder contains a draft of a speech by an unidentified person titled, “Responsible Nuclear Policy,” discussing the influence of atomic energy on foreign affairs, nuclear defense programs as a deterrent to war, disarmament, and relations between the United States and its allies regarding nuclear weapons programs.
This folder contains carbon copies of outgoing memoranda, dictated by President John F. Kennedy to his secretary Evelyn Lincoln, to various staff members. Topics primarily focus on domestic and foreign affairs and personal matters.
This folder contains a paper written by Harvard University professor Carl Kaysen (later Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs) titled, “Improving the Efficiency of Military Research and Development.”
This folder contains memoranda primarily between Carl Kaysen, Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, and McGeorge Bundy, Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs. Topics include a proposed draft on national security policy, foreign aid and development planning, the tin stockpile, and Berlin.
This folder contains a memorandum from Carl Kaysen, Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, to General Maxwell Taylor titled, “Strategic Air Planning and Berlin,” discussing SIOP-62 (Single Integrated Operational Plan), a plan that includes a National Strategic Target List (NSTL) to direct strike forces against the ...
This folder contains memoranda primarily from Carl Kaysen, Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, to McGeorge Bundy, Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs. Topics include development aid to Tanganyika (later known as Tanzania); a United States military base in Okinawa, Japan; and Berlin n...
This folder contains a report of the Task Force Ryukyus and recommendations for United States policy towards the Ryukyu Islands. The report includes background material on U.S. involvement with the Ryukyu Islands, relations with Japan, current economic policy and levels of assistance in the Ryukyu Islands, and a U.S. military base on the island of ...
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