Report by Vyshinsky to Molotov Concerning Trade and Economic Cooperation Between the Soviet Union and the United States
Report by Vyshinsky to Molotov concerning trade and economic cooperation between the Soviet Union and the United States, August 1941
June 26, 1944
Stalin, Harriman and Johnston Discuss Industry and Soviet-American Relations
Ambassador Harriman, Eric Johnston, and Marshal Stalin have a conversation about industry and U.S.- Soviet relations.
June 27, 1944
Telegram from Harriman to Secretary of State
Harriman gives the Secretary of State, Cordell Hull, a brief account of Eric Johnston's and Stalin's impressions of each other.
June 30, 1944
Telegram from Harriman to Hull
Harriman gives Hull a summary of 7 topics discussed in the Johnston, Stalin, Harriman meeting.
April 09, 1947
Interview with Mr. Stassen and Stalin
Stassen, in his interview with Stalin, discusses ideological differences between the USSR and the US, as well as prospects for cooperation between the two countries.
December 10, 1948
Central Intelligence Agency Memorandum for the President on the Situation in Berlin
CIA Memorandum for President Truman on US position on Soviet actions in Berlin.
December 07, 1954
Department of State, Memorandum, 'Problems Involving the Satellites and Baltic Areas in Negotiations with the Soviet Union'
Negotiation of a collective security or non-aggression pact with the Soviet Union would "arouse grave anxiety or cynical reserve" due to a number of problems.