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December 3, 1974

Telegram from London to the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 048.604, December 3, 1974

A telegram discussing the possible allies the Palestine Liberation Organization has in the United States, USSR, U.K., and especially in Romania.

November 15, 1974

Telegram from the Romanian Embassy in London, to the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 048.478, November 15, 1974, Secret

Romanian embassy in London reporting that the United States has not given its opinion on the Palestinian question and is waiting for the UN to have further discussions.

July 25, 1990

National Intelligence Daily for Wednesday, 25 July 1990

The CIA’s National Intelligence Daily for 25 July 1990 describes the latest developments in Iraq, Kuwait, Liberia, the Soviet Union, China, Taiwan, European Community, Hungary and Germany.

May 30, 1957

Untitled report on developments in Syria

The Soviets begin to build radar bases and fix anti-aircraft artillery in Syria, and the Syrian and Russian governments reach an military aid agreement.

May 28, 1978

Communist Party Declaration

Memo on Soviet official Nikolai Budgorni's visit to Egypt, which resulted in a Arab-Soviet treaty of friendship and cooperation.

June 17, 1967

Attachment, 'Fundamental Lessons Learned from the Aggression and Proposals for Further Steps'

Czechoslovakian assessment of the situation in the Middle East following the Six-Day War and recommended foreign policy activities.

June 17, 1967

Explanatory Report, Attachment to 'The Near East Situation and Our Further Procedure'

Excerpts describing Czechoslovakian and other Eastern Bloc countries' involvement in the Six-Day War.

March 21, 1973

East German Ambassador in Mogadishu Herklotz, 'Note About a Conversation with the USSR Ambassador to the SDR [Somali Democratic Republic], Comrade A. Pasiutin, on March 15, 1973'

The two ambassadors discuss relations between East and West Germany, as well as Somalia President Siad Barre's trip to visit Arab states.


Concept Paper on Military Cooperation with Foreign (Non-Socialist) Countries for the Period 1990-1995

This concept paper addresses the need to base decisions about the nature of military cooperation on the Soviet Union’s long term goal of ending the arms race and moving toward disarmament. It also details how this decision-making should look in specific developing countries in which the Soviet Union has an interest.

November 2, 1967

Report from the Hungarian Embassy in Moscow on Soviet foreign policy on the crisis in the Middle East in 1967

This report by the Hungarian embassy in Moscow states that neither the Soviet Union nor the United States wants to escalate tensions over the crisis in the Middle East and may be able to find a resolution.