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  • December 12, 1975

    US Department of State Cable, Korean Reprocessing

    The Acting Secretary of State met with South Korean Ambassador Hahm to discuss South Korea's nuclear program and planned purchase of a French reprocessing plant.

  • December 16, 1975

    US Department of State Cable, ROK Nuclear Reprocessing; Canadian Approach

    A heavily redacted cable from U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Richard Sneider on the South Korean nuclear program.

  • December 16, 1975

    US Department of State Cable, ROK Nuclear Reprocessing

    The U.S. Embassy in Seoul reports on a meeting held between Ambassador Sneider annd Yi Chong-sok and Yun Yong-ku on South Korea's planned purchase of a French reprocessing plant.

  • January 05, 1976

    US Department of State Cable, ROK Nuclear Reprocessing

    The American Ambassador to Korea voices his opinion that the U.S. can discourage the SOuth Korean nuclear program while avoiding confrontation and a "humiliating loss of face and prestige" for Park Chung Hee.

  • January 14, 1976

    US Department of State Cable, ROK Reprocessing Plant

    A heavily redacted report on the U.S.-Canadian consensus that South Korea should not be able to obtain a nuclear weapons capability.

  • January 14, 1976

    US Department of State Cable, ROK Nuclear Reprocessing

    The American Ambassador to Korea reports on progress in convincing the South Korean government to abandon its plans to purchase a French reprocessing plant.

  • February 28, 1976

    Telegram from Pyongyang to Bucharest, SECRET, Urgent, No. 067.043

    The Embassy of Romania in Pyongyang summarizes North Korea's response to the introduction of F-111 bombers to South Korea based on comments from the Press Department of the DPRK Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

  • May 27, 1976

    Telegram from the Ambassador in Japan to the Minister of Foreign Affairs

    The South Korean Embassy in Japan summarizes the remarks of Elliott Richardson on the state of US-ROK relations.

  • August 31, 1976

    Report on the ‘Axe Murder Incident’ from the GDR Embassy in North Korea

    Report on the killing of two American officers in the Joint Security Area. Ambassador Steinhofer states that this incident is a testimony of the tense situation that exists between the two sides and he provides an analysis of what the implications of this incident are.

  • September 28, 1976

    Telegram to the President from the Minister of Foreign Affairs, 'Report on the Meeting between the Foreign Minister of the ROK and the US Secretary of State and Foreign Ministers of the ROK and Japan'

    A report on the conversation between Minister of Foreign Affairs Pak Tong-Jin and US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. The relationship between South Korea, North Korea, and the United States are discussed and linked with specific issues such as the Axe Murder Incident and conversations between US and North Korea.

  • October, 1976

    Report on a Stay of a GDR Military Delegation in the DPRK in October 1976

    Kim Il Sung and Heinz Hoffmann discuss the "axe murder" incident of 18 August, which Kim Il Sung interprets as a deliberate provocation by the Americans .

  • November, 1976

    Forecast on Presidential Candidate Carter’s Policy on ROK and Analysis on It

    An analysis on Presidential Candidate Jimmy Carter's policy on ROK, including the withdrawal of US troops and nuclear weapons and discontinuation of the Armed Forces Assistance for Korea.

  • November 18, 1976

    Talk between Yoo Chong-Ha, Counselor of the Korean Embassy to the US, and Takakazu Kuriyama, Counselor of the Japanese Embassy to the US in Washington DC

    Yoo Chong-Ha, Counselor of the Korean Embassy to the US, and Takakazu Kuriyama, Counselor of the Japanese Embassy to the US in Washington DC, discuss US troop withdrawals from South Korea.

  • November 18, 1976

    Telegram to the Minister from Affairs from the Ambassador in the United States

    The ROK ambassador in the United States sends alerts the Minister of Foreign Affairs on the issue of US troop withdrawal from South Korea, highlighting the Carter administration's policies on the issue and the Japanese stance.

  • December 02, 1976

    Summary of the Conversation with Mauzy, Committee Staff of the Subcommittee on Foreign Affairs of the US House of Representatives, and William J. Garvelink, aide for Rep. Donald M. Fraser

    Summary of the conversation with Mauzy, Committee Staff of the Subcommittee on Foreign Affairs of the US House of Representatives, and William J. Garvelink, aide for Representative Donald M. Fraser on the issue of US-ROK relationship regarding US Congress' support of ROK.

  • December 12, 1976

    US Department of State Cable, ROK Nuclear Reprocessing

    A heavily redacted report on joint U.S.-Canadian coordination vis-a-vis the South Korean nuclear program.

  • December 28, 1976

    Telegram to the Minister of Foreign Affairs from the Ambassador in the United States

    Report from the ROK ambassador to the US to the ROK Minister of Foreign Affairs on the conversation between Yoo Chong-Ha, the Counselor of the Embassy in the United States, and Director Edward Hurwitz.

  • January 13, 1977

    Telegram 01/0402 from the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the Romanian Embassy in Pyongyang

    The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs instructs the Romanian Embassy in Pyongyang to report the DPRK's reactions regarding South Korean President Park Chung Hee's January statement of US troop withdrawal upon a non-aggression pact signed by the two Koreas.

  • January 20, 1977

    Letter from Andrew C. Nahm to President James E. Carter, January 20, 1977

    Professor Nahm from Western Michigan University sent a letter to Jimmy Carter, giving two sugeestions including the elimination of the threat of nuclear weapons.

  • February 07, 1977

    Telegram 084120 from the Romanian Embassy in Washington, DC, to the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The Romanian Embassy in Washington, DC reports to the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the Carter administration's position regarding US troop withdrawal from South Korea. It also comments on the internationally tense Korean situation.