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  • China and South Asia

    South Asia was one of the most important regions in China's international relations and foreign policy during the Cold War. This collection, drawn largely from the Chinese Foreign Ministry Archive, sheds light on China's relations with India, Pakistan, and, to a lesser extent, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka (formerly known as Ceylon) from 1949 onwards. It includes high-level records of conversation between Chinese and South Asian leaders, Chinese embassy dispatches from the region, and other types of records. See also the Digital Archive collection on the Sino-Indian Border War, 1962. (Photo: The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy, meets Mao Zedong (right) in October 1956.) (

  • Chinese Nuclear Testing

    Embassies of the People's Republic of China around the world tracked reactions to the PRC's nuclear tests in 1964 and 1965. This collection, drawn from the Chinese Foreign Ministry Archive, includes cables from the Chinese missions in countries such as North Korea, India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Algeria, and the Soviet Union. See also the larger and more comprehensive Digital Archive collection: Chinese Nuclear History. (Image: Still from 1966 Chinese film from the National Archives and Records Administration, NAID 72247.)

  • Pakistani Nuclear History

    Documents on the history of Pakistani nuclear development. See also Nuclear Proliferation, and the related collections in the Nuclear Proliferation International History Project. (Image, monument to Pakistan's first nuclear tests, Islamabad, Khalid Mahmood)