A file containing documents relating to an East-West summit meeting in Paris. Subjects covered in the file include a Soviet propaganda release in Paris blaming "maladroit manoeuvres of the leaders of the Western powers" for the meeting's dissolution; and Libyan, Jordanian, Iraqi, and Paraguayan press reaction to the conference. Documents in the file include a report of a meeting between Selwyn Lloyd, the British Foreign Secretary, and the Swedish and Yugoslav ambassadors in London about the summit's collapse; a message from the British government to the New Zealand government narrating events at the meeting; and a report of a British diplomat's conversation with Golda Meir, the Israeli foreign minister, about the situation. Other documents in the file include a Czechoslovak government statement on the summit; and messages from Dwight D. Eisenhower, the American president, to the El Salvadorian, Spanish, and Greek leaders about the failure of the talks.
American-Greek relations, American-Spanish relations, amnesties, Anglo-Israeli relations, Anglo-Pakistani relations, Anglo-Swedish relations, Anglo-Yugoslav relations, British foreign policy, Czechoslovak government, East-West relations, international conferences, Iraqi press, Jordanian press, Libyan press, multilateral talks, Paraguayan press, Paris Summit (1960), prisoner release, propaganda, Soviet foreign policy, Spanish press