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  • December 11, 1973

    Gen. Dobry Djurov's Report to Todor Zhivkov: Some Deliberations on the October Middle East War

    A Defense Ministry report on The 1973 War. The report discusses the weaknesses in the Arab military strategy – lack of coordination, lack of serious commitment, insufficient mobilization of available resources, etc.

  • December 17, 1973

    Telegram from the Romanian Embassy in Geneva to the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 031616, December 17, 1973, Secret

    Telegram from the Romanian Embassy in Geneva clarifying that Henry Kissinger did not have a meeting with a PLO representative in Lebanon, but there was a meeting in Damascus.

  • December 18, 1973

    Memorandum of Conversation Between the Head of the Far Eastern Department in the East German Foreign Ministry Liebermann and Chinese Ambassador Peng Guang-wei on China's Intention to Establish Diplomatic Presence in West Berlin

    This memorandum of conversation between the Head of the Far East Department in the East German Foreign Ministry Liebermann and Chinese Ambassador Peng Guang-Wei refers to China's intention to establish diplomatic relations with West Berlin. The East German side stresses the fact that countries such as Hungary and Bulgaria also established diplomatic relations with West Berlin taking into considerations the conditions posed by the international law and that China should do the same.

  • 1974

    Analysis of the Romanian Attitude toward Maoism

    This document offers an East German assessment of Romania's attitude towards China. It emphasizes that the Romanian Communist Party approves of the Chinese Maoist line and agrees with Beijing's domestic and foreign policies. Romania's foreign policy is said to attribute the same importance to relations with China as to relations with the Soviet Union. It also notes that the Romanian government has given more publicity to the resumption of diplomatic relations between China and West Germany than it did to similar moves between East Germany and India. The authors identify an anti-Soviet bias in the Romanian position, which the authors believe undermines the unity of the Socialist countries.

  • 1974

    Letter from George B. Murphy, Jr., Fred J. Carrier, and Joseph Brandt

    The AKFIC's leadership calls on readers to lobby the U.S. Congress and other organizations to improve U.S.-North Korea relations.

  • 1974

    Draft Speech for John Vorster, 'Mocambique'

  • 1974

    A Letter to Congress: Appeal of Constituents and Voters to Our Elected Representatives in the Congress of the USA

    In the aftermath of a second overture to the U.S. Congress from North Korea’s Supreme People's Assembly, the AKFIC mobilized a letter-writing campaign among its supporters.

  • 1974

    North Korean Journey: A View of Workers’ Democracy

    Fred Carrier reports on a visit to North Korea made by the AKFIC in June-July 1973.

  • 1974

    Korea Must Be Reunified: A Call for Friendship between the Peoples of the United States and the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea

    Kim Il Sung praises the work of AKFIC for giving “wide publicity to our people’s struggle [in the United States]…exposing the fascist dictatorship of South Korean reactionaries…as well as U.S. aggression in Korea.”

  • January 04, 1974

    Cable No. 25, Ambassador Ogawa to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-China Foreign Minister Meeting'

    A summary of a meeting between Ohira Masayoshi and Ji Pengfei, where the two briefly describe China and Japan's overarching foreign policy views.

  • January 05, 1974

    Cable No. 34, Ambassador Ogawa to the Foreign Minister, 'Japan-China Foreign Minister Meeting'

    A summary of a second meeting between Foreign Ministers Ohira and Ji. The two discussed Sino-Japanese relations.

  • January 07, 1974

    Hungarian Embassy in the DPRK, Telegram, 7 January 1974. Subject: Korean-Vietnamese relations

    The telegram speaks of the establishment of relations between North Korea and South Vietnam.

  • January 08, 1974

    DECREE of the Secretariat of the CC CPSU - An Appeal to the Leaders of the PDPA Groups 'Parcham' and 'Khalq'

    This document illustrates Moscow's fear regarding the instability and infighting among Afghan political parties, and its corresponding consequences for Soviet involvement in the Middle East.

  • January 09, 1974

    Conversation between Comrade V. V. Samoilov and Comrade Stark

    Comrade Samoilov informs Second Secretary Stark about the DPRK’s foreign trade, particularly about the development of economic relations and the trade volume between the DPRK and the PRC.

  • January 10, 1974

    Telegram from Damascus to the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 031522, January 10, 1974

    The Foreign Ministry saying a newspaper is reporting that Romania is stopping Jewish emigration to Israel.

  • January 11, 1974

    COSVN Party Current Affairs Committee Policy of Maintaining Good Relations with Cambodia In the New Situation

    The COSVN offers 3 proposals for improving relations with Cambodian revolutionaries.

  • January 18, 1974

    Secret Telegram No. 792 - From Moscow to Warsaw

    Comrade Nowak reports on the intensification of the use of propaganda by the Chinese against Soviets.

  • January 18, 1974

    Note from the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Viet-Nam

    Vuong Van Bac of the Republic of Vietnam rejects China's claims over the Spratly and Paracel Islands.

  • January 20, 1974

    Letter from the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Vietnam

    Vuong Van Bac briefs the Secretary General on China's maneuvers in the South China Sea.

  • January 20, 1974

    Letter from the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Vietnam

    Vuong Van Bac offers another briefl on China's maneuvers in the South China Sea.