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  • November 08, 1978

    'US Demarche on Pakistani Reprocessing Plant,' US Embassy Spain cable 13357 to State Department

    Spanish response to U.S. demarche on Pakistani nuclear development, agreeing to cooperate fully.

  • November 09, 1978

    CC CPSU Concerning the appeal to the Czechoslovak Communist Party about K. Babrak

    This document discusses how the former to Ambassador the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan in Prague, Karmal Babrak, seeks asylum in Czechoslovakia so that he can stay abroad and continue criticizing the PDPA. In response to such activity, the CC CPC proposes to talk to Babrak about the need to end his subversive criticisms.

  • November 09, 1978

    'US Demarche on Pakistani Reprocessing Plant,' US Embassy Netherlands cable 6352 to State Department

    Dutch response to U.S. demarche on Pakistani nuclear development, agreeing to cooperate fully. Foreign Minister van der Klaauw also express concern about less developed countries ("LDCs") that consider non-proliferation discriminatory.

  • November 09, 1978

    'US Demarche on Pakistani Reprocessing Plant,' US Embassy Japan cable 19874 to State Department

    Japanese response to U.S. demarche on Pakistani nuclear development, describing recent discussions between Pakistan and Japan that touched on nuclear issues.

  • November 09, 1978

    'US Demarche on Pakistani Reprocessing Plant,' US Embassy Austria cable 10233 to State Department

    Austrian response to U.S. demarche on Pakistani nuclear development, agreeing to cooperate fully.

  • November 10, 1978

    Hua Guofeng's Speech at the Opening Session of the CCP Central Work Conference

    Hua Guofeng assesses developments in China since the Chinese Communist Party "smashed the Gang of Four" in 1976. He calls for the CCP to continue to follow the path laid down by Mao Zedong, and comments on China's economic policy and foreign policy.

  • November 13, 1978

    'US Demarche on Pakistan Reprocessing Plant,' US Embassy Spain Cable 13257 to State Department

    British ambassador's meeting with Spanish Under Secretary of Foreign Affairs to discuss the UK demarche on inverter exports. Under Secretary agrees to cooperate and block all loopholes.

  • November 13, 1978

    'US Demarche on Pakistani Reprocessing Plant,' US Embassy Belgium cable 21508 to State Department

    Belgian response to U.S. demarche on Pakistani nuclear developement, agreeing to cooperate fully.

  • November 14, 1978

    'Achieving USG Nonproliferation Objectives in Pakistan,' US Embassy Pakistan Cable 1119 to State Department

    U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan advises against informing the Indian government about U.S. concerns over Pakistan's nuclear program. It would have an "adverse impact" for the U.S. government to be seen colluding with India by Pakistan.

  • November 14, 1978

    Letter, Ambassador Michael Mansfield to Gerard C. Smith

    The letter describes Ambassador Mansfield's assessment of Japanese nonproliferation policy and Japan's skepticism about President Carter's nuclear policy.

  • November 14, 1978

    Notes on Yasser Arafat's Visit to Moscow in October 1978

    A synopsis of discussions between Moscow and PLO Leader Yasser Arafat that had occurred on October 29, 1978. The Russians expressed concern that Egyptian President Anwar Sadat has participated in peace agreements with Israel and the U.S. The Russians framed this as anti-Arab and assured Arafat that they supported Arafat and his "progressive" policies. The Soviet Union aligns itself firmly with the PLO and those in the Arab world that reject cooperation with the U.S. and Israel. Due to these discussions, the first joint Soviet-PLO communique was issued, which pleased the Palestinians.

  • November 15, 1978

    Decree of the CC CPSU Secretariat Concerning an appeal to the Czechoslovak Communist Party about K. Babrak

    The Soviets condemn subversive activity against the PDPA, the primary Afghan and pro-Soviet political party. Such actions, according to the Soviet leadership, cause significant instability and political unrest in the region.

  • November 16, 1978

    'Achieving USG Nonproliferation Objectives in Pakistan,' State Department Cable 290844 to US Embassy Pakistan

    U.S. State Department reports that U.S. officials have instructions not to share U.S. "concerns" with India over Pakistan's nuclear program.

  • November 16, 1978

    Letter, Comitato Italiano per la Ruinificazione della Corea to M. Kurt Waldheim

    Tullio Vinay, president of Comitato Italiano per la Riunidicazione della Corea, supports Korea's peaceful reunification, withdrwal of foreign troops in South Korea, and reassurance of self-determination of the Korean people.

  • November 17, 1978

    'Achieving USG Nonproliferation Objectives in Pakistan,' US Embassy India Cable 17682

    U.S. Ambassador to India reports that the Indian government is aware that the U.S. believes Pakistan seeks nuclear weapons capability. An Indian diplomat informed him that Pakistan was two to three years away from nuclear capability.

  • November 17, 1978

    'US Demarche on Pakistani Reprocessing Plant,' US Embassy Switzerland cable 5836 to State Department

    Swiss response to U.S. demarche on Pakistani nuclear development, agreeing to cooperate fully.

  • November 18, 1978

    'Pakistan Proliferation Problem,' Department of State Cable 292469 to US Embassy United Kingdom

    Discussion of a British list of countries that were actual or potential manufacturers of inverters. The U.S. does not want to approach any "nuclear threshold states" yet because some might not cooperate or might inform Pakistan. Also discusses strategies for approaching the Soviet Union and China in the future.

  • November 18, 1978

    Letter, Madi A.E. Conteh, Secretary-General of the Gambian Committee for Solidarity with Korean People, to Mr. Kurt Waldheim

    The Gambian Committee for Solidarity with Korean People denounces US troops stationed in South Korea, asks for its removal, and supports peaceful reunification of two Koreas.

  • November 18, 1978

    Letter, The Very Rev. J.C. Faye, Chairman of the Gambian Committee for Solidarity with Korean People, to Mr. Kurt Waldheim

    The Gambian Committee for Solidarity with Korean People supports the independent, peaceful reunification of Korea, condemns the occupation over South Korea by the US troops, and requests US troops to be removed.

  • November 20, 1978

    Stenographic transcript of meeting of the Consultative Political Committee of the CC of the Romanian Communist Party

    The meeting concerns an upcoming trip to Moscow by Ceausescu to talk about the Warsaw Pact. The conversation is focused on preparing answers for potential questions that may be asked in Moscow