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February 9, 1964

Conversation from [Mao Zedong's] Audience with the General Secretary of the Communist Party of New Zealand, [Victor] Wilcox, and His Wife

In a meeting with Victor Wilcox, Mao asserts that divisions are inevitable everywhere. He emphasizes that everything, even the Second Sino-Japanese War, has two sides.

October 26, 1990

National Intelligence Daily for Friday, 26 October 1990

The CIA’s National Intelligence Daily for 26 October 1990 describes the latest developments in Iran, Kuwait, the Soviet Union, Lebanon, Pakistan, New Zealand and Gulf States.

April 28, 1989

National Intelligence Daily for Friday, 28 April 1989

The CIA's National Intelligence Daily for 28 April 1989 describes the latest developments in Lebanon, Iran, China, Vietnam, the Soviet Union, Paraguay, Nicaragua, Hungary, and New Zealand.

April 19, 1948

Extract from Shortwave Listening Post, 19th April, 1948

Singapore Radio reports that the Chinese National Assembly has proposed the formation of a "pact against communism" among Southeast Asian countries.

May 22, 1963

Research Memorandum RFE-40 from Thomas L. Hughes to the Acting Secretary, 'A French Nuclear Testing Site in the Pacific? – Plans and Repercussions'

France’s staging of atmospheric and underground tests in Algeria became increasingly untenable when neighboring African countries protested and even temporarily broke diplomatic relations with Paris. Once Algeria became independent in 1962, French authorities made plans to develop a test site in Polynesia.

September 17, 1975

Telegram from L.L Mehrotra, Charge d’Affaires in Beijing

Report from New Zealand's Ambassador to China on a conversation between New Zealand’s Press Delegation and Vice Premier Teng Hsia-ping. They discussed China's policies on opposing nuclear proliferation.

January 5, 1976

Political Report for the Month of December 1975, 'Pacific Nuclear-free Zone and the ANZUS Pact'

New Zealand concerns the incompatibility between the proposal of the Pacific Nuclear-free Zone and the ANZUS Pact

September 4, 1975

Political Report for the Month of August 1975, 'Proposal for a nuclear-free zone in the South Pacific'

New Zealand and Fiji jointly made a formal application to the United Nations for inclusion in its agenda their proposal for a nuclear-free zone in the South Pacific.

July 2, 1975

Letter, L. N. Ray, High Commissioner of India, Wellington, 'French Nuclear Test'

France conducted a nuclear test on the South Pacific atoll which New Zealand criticized.

June 6, 1975

Political Report on the Month of May,1975, Meeting between US President Ford and New Zealand Prime Minister Rowling

The US and New Zealand will maintain amicable relations and cooperate for a Pacific nuclear-free zone