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  • December 24, 1960

    Cable from the Chinese Embassy in Romania, 'The Change of Romanian Attitude toward China before and after the Moscow Conference'

    The Chinese Embassy in Bucharest concludes that "the Romanian attitude toward us has warmed."

  • December 26, 1960

    Journal of Soviet Ambassador in the DPRK A.M. Puzanov for 26 December 1960

    Puzanov reports on a closed meeting of members of the United Party Organization of the Soviet Embassy in the DPRK.

  • December 27, 1960

    Journal of Soviet Ambassador in the DPRK A.M. Puzanov for 27 December 1960

    Pak Yong-guk provides information on the work of the December KWP CC Plenum for all the ambassadors of the socialist countries. What have mainly mentioned in Plenum were great changes in the field of agriculture in 1960 led by Kim Il Sung and KWP CC Presidium members, the tasks in the field of agriculture for 1961.

  • December 28, 1960

    US Embassy Israel Telegram 590 to State Department

  • December 28, 1960

    Memorandum from Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Livingston Merchant to Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs G. Lewis Jones

  • December 28, 1960

    Journal of Soviet Ambassador in the DPRK A.M. Puzanov for 28 December 1960

    Kim Il Sung and his close aides are very satisfied with the results of the talks in Moscow and the Agreement on Economic and Technical Aid and Trade Turnover. After hearing the prosperous output results of the Pyongyang state farm from Jeong Il-yong, A.M. Puzanov asks Jeong Il-yong to visit the Pyongyang state farm.

  • December 29, 1960

    Summary of Talks between Prime Minister Zhou Enlai and Norodom Sihanouk while Driving to Nanjing on December 20th

    Zhou Enlai and Sihanouk discuss the situations in Laos and in the Congo, commenting on the Geneva Conference on Laos and the role of the United Nations in resolving the Congo crisis.

  • December 30, 1960

    Letter from Richard Kerry, U.S. Embassy Oslo, to William Burdette, Office of British Commonwealth and Northern European Affairs

    With Israeli-Norwegian agreement attached, with routine slip dated 6 January 1961

  • December 30, 1960

    Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs G. Lewis Jones to Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Livingston Merchant, 'Israel's Atomic Energy Activities'

    Transcript of letter from Jones to Reid, 28 December 1960 attached.

  • December 31, 1960

    State Department telegram 502 to U.S. Embassy Tel Aviv

  • 1961

    Intelligence Report on Counterintelligence Interactions with Great Britain and Israel

    A report on the progress of agent recruitment.

  • January 01, 1961

    Letter from Gen. G. Tzankov to A. Shelepin Regarding Acquired Materials from the US Mission in Sofia

  • January 01, 1961

    Report from Polish Military Attache in Beijing

    Military Attache Siwicki reports on the year's biggest issues such as; the economic crisis in China, Great Chinese Famine; discrepancies in ideology between USSR and China, such as questions of loyalty to Communist cause in the leadership and army; Chinese's interest in weapons of mass destruction; poor condition of Chinese army and society in general; and China's imperialist goals and overview of interactions with other countries

  • 1961

    Convocation of the Korean Workers’ Party’s 4th Congress

    Notification of sending the information to Kiss K., Hollai, and the embassy

  • 1961

    Alternate members of the Korean Workers’ Party Central Committee

    A list of alternate members of the Korean Worker's Party Central Committee.

  • 1961

    Report on the Korean Workers’ Party’s 4th Congress

    A report on the Korean Worker's Party's 4th Congress and its Credential Verification Committee

  • January, 1961

    Report to Czechoslovak Communist Party Central Committee (CPCz CC) on Consideration of Cuban Arms Requests

    The report concerns requests from Cuba for shipment of arms from Czechoslovakia, along with providing advisors to the Cuban military. Among the arms being transferred are Czechoslovak fighter planes, automatic rifles and ammunition, mobile artillery, and anti-aircraft guns. Clearly the Cuban desires for arms were fueled by fears of American attack, which would come to fruition in the 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion.

  • 1961

    Report on the Korean Workers’ Party’s 4th Congress

    A report on the 4th KWP Congress and its Credential Verification Committee.

  • January 04, 1961

    Embassy Tel Aviv telegram 625, as summarized in a 'Chronology of Israel Assurances of Peaceful Use of Atomic Energy and Related Events'

    Enclosed with a "Memorandum from Benjamin Read, Executive Secretary, Department of State, for McGeorge Bundy, The White House, "Israel's Assurances Concerning Use of Atomic Energy," 18 March 1964, Secret

  • January 05, 1961

    Implementation of the CC CPSU Decree 'Measures to Vigorously Counteract Hostile Radio Propaganda'

    Report on the implementation of the CC CPSU decree to broadcast radio programs to counter VOA and BBC broadcasts.