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  • June 17, 1952

    Employment Request

  • June 23, 1952

    Meeting Minutes between Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhou Enlai and Indian Commissioner T.N. Kaul

    Zhang Hanfu and Kaul discuss the Tibet issue as well as prisoners of war from the Korean War.

  • June 23, 1952

    Summary of Conversation between Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai and Indian Commissioner T.N. Kaul

    Zhang Hanfu and K.M. Panikkar discuss the status of Tibet between China and India.

  • June 24, 1952

    Cable, Mao Zedong to Filippov (Stalin)

    Mao Zedong writes to Stalin about inviting Soviet specialists to continue investigating the bacteriological warfare allegedly carried out by the United States.

  • June 30, 1952

    General News

  • July 01, 1952

    News from Syria

  • July 02, 1952

    From the Journal of G. M. Pushkin, 'Reception of Iranian Ambassador to the USSR Nadir Arasteh'

    Account of meeting between G. M. Pushkin and Nadir Arasteh, along with a copy of the note passed to Pushkin by Arasteh, as a response to the note he received from Vyshinsky.

  • July 03, 1952

    State Department Views on Radio Liberty

    Responding to Frank Wisner’s June 2 request ["Office of Policy Coordination Requests State Department Views on Radio Liberty"], the State Department Office of East European Affairs provides Robert Joyce with its views of proposed RL broadcasts, stressing a policy of “self determination for the nationalities when conditions are such as to permit them freely to give expression to their will” [a formulation which would be known as non-predeterminism].

  • July 05, 1952

    Activities of the Socialist Front

  • July 07, 1952

    Cable, Vyshinsky to Molotov [Top Secret]

    Vyshinsky reports the proposals of a Chinese-Korean delegation concerning an armistice in Korea and Korean POW's.

  • July 07, 1952

    [Top Secret] Cable from Vyshinsky to Molotov

    Proposals of the Chinese-Korean delegation concerning POWs during the armistice negotiations.

  • July 12, 1952

    News from Lebanon

  • July 13, 1952

    Communist Activities

    Report on communist activities, including efforts to recruit Palestinian refugees, their efforts to include women in the movement, and Antūn Ṭābit's trip to Berlin.

  • July 14, 1952

    Communist Activities

    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

    Communist Activities

    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.

  • July 15, 1952

    Communist Activities

    Document discussing an Islamic conference on Muslims living in the USSR, a meeting of communists, Lebanese-Soviet relations, and Lebanese-Israeli relations.

  • July 16, 1952

    Revised Princeton Statement [on American Foreign Policy]

    The Psychological Strategy Board issues a restrained revision of the Princeton Statement adopted at a May 1952 meeting at Princeton on psychological operations [available in the Hoover Archives] convened at the initiative of Free Europe Committee President C.D. Jackson.

  • July 16, 1952

    Ciphered Telegram from Filippov [Stalin] to Mao Zedong via Krasovsky

    Telegram stating that both the Koreans (Kim Il Sung) and the Soviets agree with Mao concerning the negotiations brought up by the opposing force.

  • July 16, 1952

    Communist Activities

    Document discussing Western attempts to [gather information] on joint defense in the Middle East, pacifist activities in Syria.

  • July 16, 1952

    Ciphered telegram, Kim Il Sung to Stalin via Razuvaev

    Telegram from Kim Il Sung to Stalin stating the current situation of the armistice talks and the pressure which is being exerted upon North Korea by uninhibited American air power. He makes a request for additional anti-aircraft support from the Soviet Union and China, which he believes will lead to a more advantageous bargaining position at the negotiating table.