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September 28, 1972

Telegram 10353 from the American Embassy in Tokyo, 'Mao-Tanaka Meeting'

Mao had a conversation with Tanaka, carrying numerous stories from food to his childhood.

December 11, 1995

State Department Telegram 285472 to US Embassy in Tokyo, 'ACDA Director Hollum’s Meeting with Japanese Officials'

Talking points for Arms Control and Disarmament Agency Director Hollum from the State Department. Hollum was instructed to “urge” the Japanese to convey their concern to the government of India and “strong opposition [to] any such tests.” The State Department did not want to make any public statements about the situation because that “would be counterproductive,” that is, it would tip the U.S.’s hand Japan to tell Tokyo to voice its concerns over the possible Indian Nuclear Test to New Delhi.

January 18, 1986

Cable from AIT Taipei to the AIT Washington, DC, 'Full Transcription of CODEL Hatch's Press Conference in Taipei'

The American Institute in Taiwan reports on the visit of a 16-member Congressional delegation led by Senator Orrin Hatch.

November 9, 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.

June 27, 1972

US Embassy Tokyo Cable 67912 to State Department, 'Japanese View Regarding Indian Nuclear Plans'

Cable on a discussion with Japanese Disarmament Division Chief Tanaka, who was uncertain whether India would conduct the nuclear test or not.