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June 11, 1989

China Division, Asian Affairs Bureau [Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan], 'The Situation in China (Moves to Bring the Situation Under Control)'

Written on June 11, 1989, by Japan’s China Division, this document summarizes the activities of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) after the Tiananmen Square incident. It evaluates the CCP’s apparent change in party leadership, problems in domestic affairs, problems in promoting reform and opening, and effect on external relations.

August 1988

Japan-China Summit Meeting Scenario

Summary of Japanese Prime Minister Takeshita's conversation with Li Peng on Sino-Japanese political, economic, and cultural relations, the Chinese economy, and developments in the Soviet Union, Korea, and Cambodia.

May 29, 1989

Telegram No. 048 443 from the Czechoslovak Embassy, Beijing

Ambassador Eduard Saul recommends that Czechoslovakia more actively support the Chinese Communist Party.

October 17, 1989

Protocol #43 of the Meeting of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the SED

Egon Krenz, newly appointed General Secretary of the SED, reports on his recent visit to China.

May 28, 1957

Journal of Soviet Ambassador to the DPRK A.M. Puzanov for 28 May 1957

Nam Il and Puzanov object to American efforts to legitimize the military fortification of South Korea by changing Article 13 of the Armistice agreement. Nam Il also requests consultation for the DPRK draft of its first five-year plan. Later, Puzanov meets with PNR Ambassador Siedlecki, who discusses the Neutral Commission's perspective on the US proposal to change the Armistice.