September 26, 1948
Security Agreement between Lebanon and Syria
[Probable draft] of a joint security agreement between the Lebanese Sûreté Générale and the Syrian Sûreté Générale with sections on Jewish people, foreigners, artists, refugees, Palestinians, Communists, political and diplomatic personalities and Lebanese and Syrian nationals.
May 03, 1949
Ra'īf al-Khūrī's (Ra'eef al-Khoury) Activities
Document describing Ra'īf al-Khūrī's activities particularly regarding the International Peace Conference.
May 05, 1949
Syrian movements in Lebanon
The Journalist Informer writes that Mamdūḥ Maydānī returned to Damascus on the orders of Ḥusnī Za'īm. Maydānī wanted to return to Beirut to continue and increase surveillance of Syrians and Communists in the city.
June 03, 1949
Armenian Communist Activities
Report regarding the efforts of the secretary of the Russian Legation in Lebanon to bring young communist Armenians in Syria and Lebanon back to Armenia.
June 25, 1949
Untitled report on Yugoslav activities
The Yugoslav Commission in Beirut plans to bring propaganda to Syria and Lebanon through Beirut.
August 08, 1949
Untitled report on a meeting of Communist parties
A meeting of Communist Parties endorses future activities and plans to counter Turkish, Syrian, and other regional anti-communist plans.
August 09, 1949
Untitled report on the Vatican and the Communist Parties of Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq
Communists in Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq condemn the Vatican.
August 15, 1949
Untitled report on Communist activities in Syria and Lebanon
Communists plot against Syria and Lebanon, including a publication exposing Syria's tyranny.
November 19, 1949
Activities of the Lebanese Communist Party
List of publications, meetings, strikes, and other activities by the Communist Party of Lebanon in 1946.
Untitled report on the objectives of the Communist Party
Account of the major and tactical goals of the Communist Party, as well as a calendar of protests and recent modifications in strategy and objectives.
August 16, 1950
Untitled report on a British-American-Lebanese effort to combat communism
Information on secret communications between American, British and Arab ministers to establish a section to combat communism in Lebanon and the Levant.
Communist parties liquidate several leaders in Syria and Lebanon, students from Lebanon contact the Security Council to call for intervention, and Lebanese and Syrian leaders follow suit.
January 01, 1951
Pacifists in Lebanon
Report on an invitation for Pacifists from Damascus to come to Beirut, an upcoming Pacifists' meeting in Damascus.
Untitled report on Communist activities in Syria
An Iraqi communist visits Beirut and Damascus, and several meetings are convened regarding Soviet engagement, including a meeting a democratic lawyers and Democratic Youth Conferences.
July 14, 1952
Document discussing a visit by the Armenian Patriarchate, Armenian leftist parties in Syria and Lebanon, Jewish involvement in Communist activities in Beirut.
July 15, 1952
Document discussing attempts by Pisrenko to gather information on Lebanese/Syrian cooperation on a joint defense project, information on the cessation of a communist newspaper's publication.
September 01, 1955
Communist Leadership Meeting
Report on a meeting of Syrian and Lebanese Communist Party leaders to compare notes and discuss cooperation between the two parties.
January 01, 1956
Report on a meeting between the Syrian and Lebanese Communist Parties in Damascus.
April 17, 1956
Report about the Pacifist Movement
Report on the pacifist movement in Lebanon- its foundations, its association other left-wing groups including the communist movement, its anti-colonial mission, its opposition to the 1954 Turkish-Pakistani Pact of Mutual Cooperation and then the Baghdad Pact, the movement's development as its ranks expanded, expansion in Syria after Shishaklī came to power, a description of the scope of its power as of 1956 and information on its propaganda tools.
The Situation in Jordan
An American visit to plan a fight against communism in Jordan has dangerous ramifications, including increased tension between Arab states.