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  • April 23, 1955

    Zhou Enlai’s Speech at the Political Committee of the Afro-Asian Conference

    Zhou Enlai discussed communist expansion, subversive activities and the prospect of peace, during which he mentioned the relation between Pakistan and China. He also put forth the Chinese motion that the Conference should have a peace declaration of seven points: Mutual respect of sovereignty and territorial integrity, mutual non-adoption of invasive action or threats, mutual non-interference of internal affairs, acknowledgment of racial equality, acknowledgment of equality of countries, recognition of people's right to decide their own political and economic systems, and mutual non-detriment.

  • April 24, 1955

    Speech by Premier Zhou Enlai at the Closing Session of the Asian-African Conference

    Premier Zhou praises the delegates at the Bandung Conference for their work in opposing colonialism, safeguarding world peace, and promoting friendly cooperation among African and Asian countries, while beseeching them to join China in working towards the peaceful unification of Korea and eliminating the tension in the Taiwan area.

  • April 25, 1955

    Cable from Zhang Hanfu, 'Our Delegation’s Activities on the 24th'

    Zhang Hanfu reported the activities of the Chinese delegation at the Asian-African Conference

  • April 25, 1955

    Cable from Zhang Wentian to Zhou Enlai, 'Regarding Estimates of the Asian-Africa Conference'

    After the Asian-African Conference, Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Wentian asked Zhou Enlai for instruction on how to propagandize the conference.

  • April 25, 1955

    Cable from Zhou Enlai, 'Reply to Inquiry Regarding the Achievements of the Asian-African Conference and Main Points for Propaganda'

    Zhou Enlai told Zhang Wentian that the Asian-African Conference was successful in affirming the common wishes of anti-colonialism, maintenance of peace and friendly cooperation. Zhou advised Zhang to wait until the effect of the Conference have become clearer and monitor the reaction in other countries.

  • April 25, 1955

    Letter, Harold Lady to Syngman Rhee

    Harold Lady gives a proposal for building new houses suitable for families of American officials in Korea.

  • April 25, 1955

    Cable from Zhou Enlai, 'Specific Refutations against the American Disruption of Influence of the Afro-Asian Conference'

    Zhou Enlai's instructions to Wen Tian on countering the "Soviet neocolonialism" and "various forms of colonialism" argument from pro-American countries.

  • April 26, 1955

    Letter, General Dwight E. Beach to Syngman Rhee

    Thank you note from General Dwight E. Beach to Syngman Rhee for being awarded the Order of Military Merit.

  • April 28, 1955

    Chinese Foreign Ministry Reference Document No.1

    Chinese Reference Document No. 1 which includes the following articles: Ike says to correspondents that the USA is willing to hold direct negotiations with New China Britain wishes to be a loyal mediator between New China and the USA Burmese newspapers’ comments on Taiwan issue Nehru, Nasir and others speak to correspondents in Calcutta Menzies’s comments on Zhou Enlai’s proposal Kotalawela’s comment on the Asian-African Conference USA and Red China Bright prospect Bright prospect The Five States of the Colombo Conference and the USA Comments of the prime ministers of India, Pakistan and Egypt on the Asian-African Conference The Bandung Conference The Five States of the Colombo Conference and the USA. Allen’s comments on the Asian-African Conference Pakistan and Egypt on the Asian-African Conference

  • April 29, 1955

    Radiogram, to South Korean Consulate in San Francisco

    Instructions for negotiations with a Utah company.

  • April 30, 1955

    Cable from the Chinese Foreign Ministry, 'Prepare to Send Kang Maozhao and Zhang Weileng to Indonesia'

    The Chinese Foreign Ministry wants additional Chinese journalists to participate in the Bandung Conference.

  • April 30, 1955

    Zhou Enlai’s Report to the CCP Central Committee and Mao Zedong Regarding the Cultural Cooperation Issue

    Zhou Enlai reports on the various attitudes of the Bandung Conference participants towards Afro-Asian cultural cooperation.

  • April 30, 1955

    Zhou Enlai’s Report to the CCP Central Committee and Mao Zedong Regarding the Economic Cooperation Issue

  • April 30, 1955

    Zhou Enlai’s Telegram to the CCP Central Committee and Mao Zedong regarding the Discussion of Political Issues

  • May, 1955

    Letter to the CPSU Central Committee, Request from Radmanesh for Nushin

    This letter from Radmanesh states his recommendation that Comrade Nushin should be accepted into the Higher Courses at the Gor'ky Institute.

  • May 03, 1955

    Letter, Harold Lady to Syngman Rhee

    Harold Lady suggests speeding up negotiations for a treaty of friendship, commerce and navigation with the United States.

  • May 05, 1955

    Letter to the CPSU Central Committee, Forwarding Request Regarding Nushin

    This letter requested permission to allow People's Party of Iran CC member Nushin to enter the Higher Courses of the Gor'ky Literature Institute.

  • May 05, 1955

    Letter to CPSU Central Committee Secretary Khrushchev via Ram, General Secretary of the People's Party of Iran

    This letter from Ali Reza Hekmat requests housing and work in Moscow due to the fact that the agreed upon arrangements for his living and working in Tashkent did not come to fruition and worsened his health.

  • May 10, 1955

    Letter, Harold Lady to Syngman Rhee

    Information about a company for a geological survey of Korea recommended from McGraw. Harold Lady thought a survey of petroleum geology and mineral deposits was necessary for Korea.

  • May 10, 1955

    Report, Embassy of Hungary in North Korea to the Hungarian Foreign Ministry

    Report from Dr. László Keresztes, Chargé d’Affaires ad interim at the Hungarian embassy in the DPRK, which describes the food shortage in the DPRK and the ineffective actions of the Northern government to alleviate the situation.