March 10, 1964
Report, Embassy of Hungary in North Korea to the Hungarian Foreign Ministry
A report on a meeting between Nikita Khrushchev and the North Korean ambassador in which the two discussed the situation in South Korea.
March 15, 1964
Conversations between the Delegation of the Romanian Workers Party and the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in Pitzunda, 15 March 1964 (excerpts)
Khrushchev and Mikoyan discuss the Cuban Missile Crisis in this excerpt from a conversation with a Romanian delegation in Pitzunda, Georgia (now Abkhazia). They discuss the Sino-Soviet Split, and Khrushchev complains that "the Chinese qualified us as adventurers, while on other issues they call us cowards," and explains his reasoning for defending Cuba.
March 16, 1964
Approval of a Leave of Absence
March 17, 1964
Letter from Dutch Embassy, Havana (Pos), 17 March 1964
Ambassador Pos forwards a letter detailing an exchange between First Secretary of the Embassy Reinink and Fidel Castro.
March 20, 1964
Record of Conversation between Liu Shaoqi, Zhou Enlai, and Pak Seong-cheol
Chinese and North Korean statesmen discuss border issues, conversations with representatives of the Romanian Communist Party, and the unreasonable Soviet attitude regarding the Sino-Soviet debates.
March 28, 1964
Conversation Notes from Zhou Enlai’s Reception of a Delegation of the DPRK Academy of Sciences
In a meeting with a delegation of the DPRK Academy, Zhou Enlai emphasizes the need for transparency as well as China's intentions to help its North Korean comrades with the establishment of agencies for electronic engineering.
March 31, 1964
Record of Conversation from Chairman Mao’s Reception of the Military Delegation from the Kingdom of Cambodia
Mao and Lon Nol discuss Chinese-Cambodian ties, Cambodia's relations with Vietnam and Thailand, and US policy in Southeast Asia.
April 01, 1964
Record of Conversation between Former Ambassador to Poland Wang Bingnan and Władysław Gomułka
Wang Bingnan and Władysław Gomułka discuss the Sino-Soviet split.
April 08, 1964
From the Journal of V.I. Bazykin, 'Record of a Conversation with Carlos Olivares Sanchez, the Ambassaor of Cuba in the USSR, 4 April 1964'
Bazykin relates Soviet work to refine blueprints of sugar harvesting technology, and Sanchez informs him that Polish architects will visit Cuba.
April 13, 1964
Note of Polish-Soviet Talks in Moscow on 13-15 April 1964
Exceprts from a Polish-Soviet talk in Moscow in April 1964 that are about the Cuban issue. Specifically, they are about each country's sugar trade values with Cuba.
April 16, 1964
Information on Some Domestic Problems of North Korea
The German Democratic Republic embassy in Pyongyang reports on the internal problems of North Korea concerning economic relationships with GDR, Koreans who migrated from Japan to North Korea, Polish-North Korean relations, and North Korean agriculture.
April 18, 1964
Memorandum of Conversation between Premier Zhou Enlai and the Korean Cultural Delegation
Conversation between Chinese Primer Zhou Enlai and North Korean official of cultural delegation.Criticizing the Soviet revisionism and discussing a joint movie project with North Korea.
April 21, 1964
Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Report on Arming the Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Recounting experiences with the North Korean navy and promises to add more officers to the Korean armed forces, discussion of arming North Korean for relations with the US-occupied south.
April 22, 1964
Congratulating the Mufti of Tunisia on the Occasion of the Feast
April 23, 1964
Letter from Thomas Hughes, Director, Office of Intelligence and Research, Department of State, to Director of Central Intelligence John McCone
Noting new intelligence information on the Indian and Israeli nuclear programs, as well as the possibility of developments concerning Sweden, Hughes requested McCone to initiate a new estimate of nuclear proliferation trends, which would eventually become part of a October 1964 National Intelligence Estimate (NIE). Hughes enclosed draft “terms of reference,” that included questions about the possibility of “clandestine” weapons programs and new technological developments that could make weapons development “easier” (perhaps a reference to gas centrifuge technology that the 1964 NIE would discuss).
April 25, 1964
Report by the War Department of the General Staff
Report on China’s readiness and defense against an enemy attack.
April 28, 1964
Record of Premier Zhou Enlai's Meeting with Pak Se-chang, New Ambassador of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea to China
Zhou Enlai and Pak Se-chang discuss plans for the Second Asian-African Conference.
April 28, 1964
Record of President Liu’s Meeting with Pak Se-chang,the New Korean Ambassador to China
Liu greeted New North Korean diplomat in Beijing 1964. They talked about China-DPRK alliance and relations with Japan.
May 04, 1964
Romanian Secretariate Report on Radio Free Europe's Encouragement of Romanian Independence from the USSR
Information Note from the Foreign Information Section of the Securitate with regard to RFE’s encouragement of foreign policy autonomy, and differences of opinion on the matter within RFE.
May 07, 1964
Cable from the Chinese Embassy in Moscow, 'The Circumstances of Ambassador Pan’s Attendance of an Ambassador's Gathering'
Mikoyan tells Pan Zili that “our arguments and divergences should be over by now."