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September 25, 1960

[Mao Zedong's] Conversation with [Richard] Dixon and [Lawrence "Lance"] Sharkey [then President and General Secretary of the Communist Party of Australia]

Mao, Dixon, and Sharkey discuss various issues of concern for their respective communist parties, such as the Soviet stance on disarmament and disagreements with the British Communist Party. The Australian communists express support for the Chinese Communist Party, but also urge the Chinese communists to resolve their disputes with the Soviets.

June 21, 1990

National Intelligence Daily for Thursday, 21 June 1990

The CIA’s National Intelligence Daily for Thursday, 21 June 1990 describes the latest developments in USSR, Canada, Israel, EC, Nicaragua, Australia, Cuba.

May 12, 1973

Cablegram from Australian Embassy, Peking, 'Meeting with Premier Chou En-lai [Zhou Enlai]'

The cable indicates the key issues regarding Sino-Australian relations, including the settlement in Vietnam and a more close relationship with Australia.

May 22, 1973

Cablegram from Australian Embassy, Peking, 'Dr. Cairns' Meeting with Premier Chou En-lai [Zhou Enlai]'

The cable analyzes Chinese Premier Zhou's attitude toward Sino-Australian relation.

May 23, 1973

Cablegram from the Australian Embassy, Peking, 'Ambassador's Meeting with Chou En-lai [Zhou Enlai]'

The cable indicates that Australia intends to improve its economic and political relations with China.

June 18, 1954

Record of Interview between the Right Hon. R.G. Casey and Mr. Chou En Lai [Zhou Enlai]

Record of conversation in the third person between Australian official R.G. Casey and Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai during the Geneva Conference. The report describes their discussion of the situations in Korea and Indochina and China's foreign relations.

June 18, 1954

Record of Conversation between R.G. Casey and Chou En-lai [Zhou Enlai], Geneva, 18th June 1954

Record of conversation in first person by Australian official R.G. Casey during the Geneva Conference 1954. Casey discusses his first meeting with Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai and describes Zhou's attitude toward the situation in Korea and Indochina.

June 17, 1954

Notes on Possible Topics for Discussion with Chou En-lai [Zhou Enlai]

The notes indicates Australia's focus on peace in Indochina and improving relations with China.

January 16, 1974

Digest of Despatches: PEKING, The Prime Minister's Visit to China

Summary of Australian Prime Minister's visit to China that assesses Australia's relations with China and relations with other nations in the Pacific.

November 15, 1973

Cablegram from Australian Embassy Peking, 'PM's Visit - Discussions with Chou En-Lai'

Cable from Australian Embassy in Beijing to Australian Foreign Ministry reporting the meeting with Zhou regarding Zhou's concern on overseas Chinese and relations with Southeast nations.