July 24, 1962
Czechoslovak Embassy in La Paz to Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Economic Policy Report
Czechoslovakia was beginning to appreciate the political impact of US aid programs under the Alliance for Progress. The 1962 Czechoslovak report goes on to explore the many conditions of US aid under Kennedy’s Alliance for Progress, which included "a complete break in commercial intercourse with Cuba and the commencement of a strong opposition strategy against the labor movement."
October 30, 1962
Polish Embassy, Rio de Janeiro (Chabasinski), to Polish Foreign Ministry
Telegram describing conversation between Ambassador Chabasinski and former Brazilian president Juscelino Kubitschek de Oliveira. They discussed their dissatisfaction with the US's "Alliance for Progress" and recent US diplomatic efforts, among other topics.
December 15, 1962
Resolution of the Brazilian Communist Party
Message reporting on a resolution passed by the Brazilian Communist Party which praised the Soviet Union for it's role in the Cuban Missile Crisis and criticized the Brazilian government for it's involvement in the US-lead Alliance for Progress.